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Re: Free Republic

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Post by Skip Intro » Sun Jul 16, 2017 3:05 pm

For someone so good with maths, Slarti, you've missed the mark here. RimJob has made makes over a million dollars on his hate site every three years.
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Re: Free Republic

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Post by Suranis » Sun Jul 16, 2017 3:22 pm

Nice lack of work if you can get it.


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Re: Free Republic

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Post by Slartibartfast » Sun Jul 16, 2017 3:23 pm

Sterngard Friegen wrote:
Slartibartfast wrote:
Flatpointhigh wrote: Most of them?
My understanding is that FR is a pretty lucrative scam. Even if his claims are inflated, he's probably made hundreds of thousands over the years.
For someone so good with maths, Slarti, you've missed the mark here. RimJob has made well over a million dollars on his hate site.
For someone so good with lawyering, :sterngard: , you've missed the mark here. I asserted my belief that FR is a lucrative scam, something that would be confirmed if the assertion you made without evidence is true, and then suggested that, if, as would be unsurprising, Rimjob's revenue numbers are exaggerated, his take was likely into six figures (with the first figure not being "1"). In the context of my conditional, I object to your assertion which assumes facts that are not in evidence and very unlikely to be true if, in fact, Rimjob's Freepathon income is not as large as he says it is.

I'm sure most people don't notice how throughly I qualify just about* everything I say, but it's probably* a bad idea to assume that you've caught me in a logical error unless you can prove** it.

* see what I mean. :towel:

** "Prove" being used in the mathematical sense of "shown to be unquestionably true".

Personally, I would not be surprised if RimJob is using every "trick" he can think of to increase the bottom line he posts on his website. It's certainly not like his accounting practices are in any way transparent.

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Re: Free Republic

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Post by Slartibartfast » Sun Jul 16, 2017 3:24 pm

Suranis wrote:Nice lack of work if you can get it.
Nah. It wouldn't be worth it to never feel clean again.


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Re: Free Republic

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Post by Lunaluz » Sun Dec 17, 2017 5:03 pm

I ran across this thread on Free Republic and thought, good job on eating your young.

Apparently, the Freepers are introducing their progeny to the joys of Freeping... ConservaTeen started a thread urging the conservatives to try reaching out to young people. He thinks being gay is wrong, but still has friends that are gay and has no problem with them. His dad appears on the thread trying to assist him in making his point about outreach, and he gets some mean comments. Dad's freep handle is Deplorable American1776. Some defend the teenager, many condemn and one actually called for the kid to err " Ride the Lightning". Poor kid was homeschooled too. They all seemed to miss the point of outreach to bolster their
cause.
http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-new ... =1&;page=1



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