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The TFM Show: 3/6/2021

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Published on 07 Mar 2021 / In People & Blogs

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LordHighLordofAlcatraz
LordHighLordofAlcatraz 3 months ago

2:55:19 - 3:08:51 Best part of the stream imo.

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Chronoless
Chronoless 3 months ago

black people "let vote for a black Democrat to lead us"
<Black Democrat become mayor, senator, leader of the police force>
<Nothing happens, cops beat up more black>
black "Its all white peoples fault we must vote for more blacks leaders"

my thought? Blacks have the most dumbest people in the world.

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Lucifer
Lucifer 3 months ago

Germans/Sweeds holding up signs "refugees welcome" while they are being raped and groomed, not so smart either, blacks had average IQ of 96 (before 1950, the US Army alpha and beta tests) then something happened.....

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Chronoless
Chronoless 3 months ago

there is a job for woman studies now, it call proffesional victim,it happens all the time now. you get interveiw by 1 guy and didn't get the job? he raped you. You didn't get a job that you have no experience or know how to do? the company is sexist. A man looked at you? he raped you. A man help you change your tire? he also raped you. Did a man offer to pick up your kids? It's his kids now, he must pay child support.

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Lucifer
Lucifer 3 months ago

why do cities exist?
because they are central hubs for commerce, and it makes commerce/manufacturing more efficient if all craftsman are aggregated in one place

what would happen (to cities) if starlink makes hyperconnection fungable?
so we can commence commerce with the city being a gatekeeper,..., imagine the possibilities...
cities are also concentrations of political power (left or right, these days ofc, mostly liberal)
I think starlink will have unforseen effects on how humans will fundamentally interact,..., just like the internet did, (for good internet you still needed to be in a city, now that is no longer true)

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Lucifer
Lucifer 3 months ago

tfm, stop making stuff up about engineering and physics, Elon musk does not have an economics degree, he has an MBA (and also that applied physics degree)
No tfm, you dont know anything about engineering and physics, so.... physics (applied) is a superset of engineering, so yes, Elon Musk (or any other physicist) can read a book or two and BOOM we have become a mechanical engineer, the mathematical (physics level) tooling we have or the deep knowledge of how things ACTUALLY WORK (instead of learning an heuristic, what engineers do) would but any engineer to complete shame.
What Elon Musk says is true, for him college was to slow, (he might be the top 1% of 1%) so he was bored out of his skull, most "normie" (relatively speaking) physicist do need to put in some effort to learn their courses and get good grades.

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frozenfeenx
frozenfeenx 4 months ago

'She was programmed to love you!'
What do think you were doing with your game and maintaining frame?

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Lucifer
Lucifer 3 months ago

yeah, and if you loose frame for 2 sec, you get a rape accusation on your ass

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frozenfeenx
frozenfeenx 4 months ago

You make a comparison between women with bears, but bears aren't social and actually do live independently, while 'independent' women have a support structure. a better comparison might be with Elephants and Orcas. These animals are pretty much invincible as adults, but they still have calves to protect. The only thing that can truly threaten them as adults are bulls of their respective species who are bigger and stronger than them, and would have an incentive to harm their young for mating prospects. So they huddle together in matriarchial groups for their young's collective protection while the bulls go their own way. Civilization shields women from outside threats save for those from men, hence women see men as increasingly unnecessary and threatening as technology increases. The part they overlook unlike Elephants and Orcas, they aren't mighty behemoths; they had no part in subduing the land, and they neither built nor maintain what protects them. if all humans were women, we'd be a prey species.

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Chronoless
Chronoless 4 months ago

98

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Chronoless
Chronoless 4 months ago

I already went back to sleep, I given up on America and plan to only care about myself. Preparing myself for anything even if that means killing trespasser.

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Darthtickles
Darthtickles 4 months ago

like george says, just be sure to not go alone when you check out. invite some communist friends to come with you.

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Lucifer
Lucifer 4 months ago

You want to beat the market? supereasy, )) get physics degree and + postdoc (1.5 years) in quantitative finance from ETH Zurich (6th best school in the world, costing ONLY 900 USD per 6 month ). Selection of fierce but they have the best placement at hedgefunds and banks
https://ethz.ch/en/studies/mas....ter/degree-programme

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Lucifer
Lucifer 4 months ago

yes, I did this program, ofc,

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SPECTRE
SPECTRE 4 months ago

beating the market is super easy, barely an inconvenience. ..for an individual. institutional managers have strict rules they have to abide, specifically yearly yields. so they have to play if VERY safe. and in that case, of course, you cannot beat the market if both of your hands are tied behind your back. S&P500 gains, on average, 10% a year. a monkey picking stocks randomly form a hat will beat that. i am still undecided if investing is another topic TFM just pulls out of his ass..or overstates his expertise and experience in it, or he is merely simplifying it for normies. after many of his shows, i am still undecided.

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Red Pill Satori
Red Pill Satori 4 months ago

@SPECTRE : "super easy, barely an inconvenience" - ha nice ref

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Red Pill Satori
Red Pill Satori 4 months ago

@SPECTRE : "super easy, barely an inconvenience" - ha nice ref

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Red Pill Satori
Red Pill Satori 4 months ago

@SPECTRE : "super easy, barely an inconvenience" - ha nice ref

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Red Pill Satori
Red Pill Satori 4 months ago

@SPECTRE : "super easy, barely an inconvenience" - ha nice ref

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Red Pill Satori
Red Pill Satori 4 months ago

@SPECTRE : "super easy, barely an inconvenience" - ha nice ref

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Red Pill Satori
Red Pill Satori 4 months ago

@SPECTRE : "super easy, barely an inconvenience" - ha nice ref

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Red Pill Satori
Red Pill Satori 4 months ago

@SPECTRE : "super easy, barely an inconvenience" - ha nice ref

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Lucifer
Lucifer 4 months ago

@SPECTRE : James Harris Simons (/ˈsaɪmənz/; born 25 April 1938) is an American mathematician, billionaire hedge fund manager, and philanthropist.[4] He is the founder of Renaissance Technologies, a quantitative hedge fund based in Setauket-East Setauket, New York. He and his fund are known to be quantitative investors, using mathematical models and algorithms to make investment gains from market inefficiencies. Due to the long-term aggregate investment returns of Renaissance and its Medallion Fund, Simons is described as the "greatest investor on Wall Street," and more specifically "the most successful hedge fund manager of all time."[5][6][7] As reported by Forbes, his net worth is estimated to be $23.5 billion, making him the 24th-richest person in the United States.[8]

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Lucifer
Lucifer 4 months ago

@Lucifer333: ^^^ the thing is if you are not a mathematician you have to compete with ppl like Jim (and banks who hire ppl like me), so yeah,... retail investors trying to be smart get slaughtered.

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RodrickSage
RodrickSage 4 months ago

that person talking ab out " i rather do it for the money and not passion " never really had to suffer, when you accept a job only for the money, they will get burned out, i remember the job i hated with a passion, i was a chief, the boss when there was no general manager or assist manager, and i hated it, hell i hated it when i was an employee, me stupide, told myself, the money will make it better, it never did, hell i found out i rather work 2 jobs everyday then to work at that place again.

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SPECTRE
SPECTRE 4 months ago

making your passion into a job is the fastest way to hate what you've loved. never make the mistake to think otherwise.

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RodrickSage
RodrickSage 4 months ago

DUDE, TFM, WOMAN ARE PLAYING DIRTY, AND I THINK 2021 WILL BE THE DIRTIEST YEAR, VENTIONS SISTER STOLE $20K OF VALUABLES, AND NOW THIS, ITS GOING TO GET DIRTY, NOT MARRING THEM DOES NOT SAVE US FROM THERE BULLSHIT!!

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captaingabi
captaingabi 4 months ago

04:24:00 About the vaccines:
First of all, there is no vaccine that alters DNA.
There are 3 types of vaccines:
1. generation vaccines: contains a "disabled" virus. for which you immun system reacts.
2. generation vaccines: contains a small part of the virus, a protein (in case of corona, it's spike)
3. generation vaccines: contains RNA, more specifically messenger RNA of the small part of the virus, a RNA of a protein (in case of corona, RNA of it's spike) . (There are 3 different RNA, mRNA, tRNA, rRNA)

DNA => RNA => Proteins
Proteins are created from mRNA (which comes from the DNA) + tRNA inside the rRNA and when used up, decays in the cell.
DNA is permanent in the cell, mRNA is temporal. DNA is a double helix, mRNA is a simple chain of molecules.
Amino acids attached to the tRNA. tRNA than attach to mRNA chain forming an orer of amino acid chain that becomes the protein.

An analogy:
cell -> car factory
protein -> car
DNA -> blueprint of the car created by engineers in the R&D office
mRNA -> a copy of the blueprint use by the factory workers which needs to be thrown away after each car is build, and workers ask for a new copy from the R&D office.
tRNA -> crane and forklift and any other thing that helps putting the parts of the car together.
rRNA -> production line
Amino acids -> parts of the car

Good videos from which I got this:
DNA vs RNA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gG7uCskUOrA
DNA vs RNA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6gUY5NoX1Lk
The 3 RNA types: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1THyMOk3WU0
How mRNA vaccines work: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NE_EbYfkDKM

So injecting mRNA is only temporal, it will add that code into some of your cells, and will start producing the spike of the virus for your immune system to recognize. This is why you need 2 dozes with some time apart. Moreover your immune system will recognize your 'wrong' cells as well, that is why it has higher percentage of efficiency compared to 2nd and 2st gen vaccines.

On the other hand, this mRNA based 3rd, and the 2nd generation vaccines are only contain the spike protein of the virus, so if the spike itself mutates mutates, you are not protected. You need the mutated spikes (or their RNA) as well. Since 1st generation vaccines contain whole "disabled" virus, your immune reaction later can recognize mutated viruses with higher probability.

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captaingabi
captaingabi 4 months ago

Of course, whatever you get in the vaccine actually is another question.

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Lucifer
Lucifer 4 months ago

@captaingabi: Most Excellent explenation!!

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RoboCat
RoboCat 4 months ago

Although I am not familiar with the details of the medicine he's talking about, I can vouch that what he explained is sound in principle nearly across the board. His last point regarding viral mutation was not correct. If a patient's immune system is exposed to an antigen, the antibodies that are created will protect you against that particular antigen but also have an effect on that family of micro-organisms. More potent effect against more similar antigens of course. Just because a virus mutates doesn't mean the antibodies that immunzation created are suddenly useless, it just means they will be less and less effective as the distinction grows but the benefit will linger. Saying "You are not protected" is just wrong.

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Lucifer
Lucifer 3 months ago

@RoboCat: No tfm didnt do that at all. and since you are not familair (and dont want to be familiar) you cant judge if tfm was talking nonsense or not.

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captaingabi
captaingabi 3 months ago

@RoboCat: By my logic, you mean if the spike mutates "just a little", then the antibodies are still good against it to a given extent? And the mutation needs to be a given magnitude of difference for the antibodies to not work? I can understand if this is the case.

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RoboCat
RoboCat 3 months ago

@captaingabi: Yes, broadly speaking that is the point I was making. The statements "if the spike itself mutates, you are not protected." is simply wrong. Sure, in some cases yes but in other cases no. It cannot be claimed in absolute terms, again that's just incorrect.

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captaingabi
captaingabi 3 months ago

@RoboCat: I guess you wanted to address this to @Lucifer333

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RoboCat
RoboCat 3 months ago

@captaingabi: Oh shoot, I must have missclicked. My mistake.

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Darthtickles
Darthtickles 4 months ago

3:15

as an older guy who has worked the 60+ hours slave job, made my own hours as a professional and now semi-retired, in my experience you cant put a price on making your days and weeks how you want them. dont waste your life being miserable 5 out of every 7 days in the week

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Lucifer
Lucifer 4 months ago

Amen

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Cutthroat
Cutthroat 3 months ago

yes sir

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captaingabi
captaingabi 4 months ago

3:39:50 Fed prints money:
All the US wellfare and money printing is essentially backed up by the USD currency world domination. When I buy something for my sex doll on AliExpress, my currency transformed to USD which is then transformed to Yuan. (I call this bullshit.) Essentially US lives on the world as a parasite and the USD dominance is the key to it. Once the tech behind distributed payment systems (aka blockchain) gets mainstream, once payment systems can avoid the USD and be more direct on a global level, (and meanwhile they will be owned by the 'masses' in a distributed way, not by a small group of people) that is when shit will hit the fan in the US and the wellfare will be unsustainable. Until then, the wellfare spending and money printing can go on and on in the US in the expense of the world. (And I would do the same in the US place of course) I wonder if there is a plan B in the FED for when shit will hit the fan.

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captaingabi
captaingabi 4 months ago

And by the way that is why US does not have that much inflation even though money printing should indicate it.

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Darthtickles
Darthtickles 4 months ago

correct. global us dollar demand allows for massive deficit spending without inflation. if the us dollar was replaced tomorrow as the global currency, america would collapse.

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Lucifer
Lucifer 4 months ago

@Darthtickles: Exactly, the inflation is exported globally, because the USD is global reserve currency, thats why oil country trading in euros (Iran, previously Iraque, and Libie tried a new gold back currency) are literally mortal enemies of the US

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Lucifer
Lucifer 4 months ago

"y backed up by the USD currency world domination." translation, you m ean the US military,..., when you try to ween yourself of your dollar reserve, your country will be suddenly "regime changed" or something

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SPECTRE
SPECTRE 4 months ago

indeed, the inflation is simply bought out by other countires. usa can ingeniously spread their debt onto the entire world. my hat goes off to the smart brains that came up with petro dollar. it fucks the entire world over but god damn it is a perfect crime if there ever was one.

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whatever1
whatever1 4 months ago

The idea that love is something that is constantly re-earned is not an idea i grew up with, really puts me off in general in terms of seeking a woman, if i was still seeking one. Not disagreeing with what is being said but, how i feel about it. 1:19

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Darthtickles
Darthtickles 4 months ago

the real question is if you have to constantly keep wooing her to keep her affection, why wouldnt you put that same effort into a new girl that you havent already banged 200 times?

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SPECTRE
SPECTRE 4 months ago

the problem here is the fact that men have been mislead with what "love" is. they think women love the same as men, which is utter nonsense(i made a video on this already). we are waking up, slowly, but surely.

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captaingabi
captaingabi 4 months ago

00:09:00 Doggy Style sex:
For Piper silicon with fortified silicon on hands, it can easily hold the doll on the wrists. But of course you need to straighten the arms. If you put an angle on the elbow, it will bend during sex. Still the fortified silicon material protected the fingers. They are quite sturdy.

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captaingabi
captaingabi 4 months ago

00:05:00 False terrorist accusation: welcome to communism. In eastern EU during the Soviet occupation, almost half the population was an "informer" towards the regime. Many reported their neighbors if they thought they are against the communist regime. It is very funny when even today it commonly turns out from active politicians that they were 3/2 or 3/3 type agents in the communists era.

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Darthtickles
Darthtickles 4 months ago

ya, i mean absolutely none of this is new. just the same old social dynamics playing out over and over because people cant be assed to watch a few history documentaries. ah well, just make sure youre not around when it happens

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SPECTRE
SPECTRE 4 months ago

it's back with the rona. people are snitching on the maskless "criminals".

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Lucifer
Lucifer 4 months ago

Wasnt there a famous DDR case where the husband was an informer on his wife? sick shit man

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SPECTRE
SPECTRE 3 months ago

@Lucifer333: that's what the regime does to the people. the sheep are prone to uniformity so when they see artifacts, glitches in the matrix, they will happily inform on anyone.

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