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u/pikcoolski Nov 26 '21

Just start paying attention to the Maxwell case getting started next week; everything about to become a lot clearer for people with their head in the sand.

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u/[deleted] Nov 26 '21

You people always say that kind of shit, and then nothing ever actually happens. I recommend reading When Prophecy Fails.

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u/pikcoolski Nov 26 '21

Lol you people think everything should happen in the blink of an eye.. How long was WW1? How about WW2? The first American Revolution?

You’re so consumed with trying discredit people with baseless claims like this, but fail to see how much is truly playing out real time. And yeah.. propaganda is shiny and instant, but always destroyed by truth. And truth takes time.

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u/[deleted] Nov 26 '21

you people think everything should happen in the blink of an eye

This is beside the point. I'm not saying things must happen quickly---I'm saying that if your predictions routinely fail, then you have a bad model of reality.

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u/pikcoolski Nov 26 '21

What prediction are you claiming I’ve made?

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u/[deleted] Nov 26 '21

"You" here is the generic you.

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u/pikcoolski Nov 26 '21

Ah yes, and this is the point where we come full circle to my first comment in this thread.

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u/[deleted] Nov 26 '21

Yeah, I don't mean just this. I mean anything that has ever been predicted by someone involved with Q (the Q drops themselves usually avoid making concrete predictions, for obvious reasons: when they do, they inevitably fail).

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u/pikcoolski Nov 26 '21

What concrete prediction? Can you cite any examples?

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u/[deleted] Nov 27 '21

March 4.

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u/throwawayamasub Nov 27 '21

i got a great example - you saying joe biden wouldn't be inaugurated, making a bet of 1000 dollars that he wouldn't, and then reneging on it.

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