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’ People put way too much stock in shrinks in this town.
It’s a replacement that atheists use instead of religion.
It’s a very politically and financially polarized college town, and I believe that Cultural Marxism is prevalent here to a degree, because this town was built to exploit in-group/out-group politics via fraternity-esque social classism, so the practices of Cultural Marxist exploiters play right into that, as well as into the ‘college liberal’ PC/SJW culture.
After all, college is the place where promising youngsters are homogenized into blank slugs for the corporate machine, so that makes it pretty easy for bad influences to hi-jack the signal, and inject their own programming.
Rob Kardashian was born on March 17, 1987 in Los Angeles, California, USA as Robert Arthur Kardashian.
He is known for his work on Keeping Up with the Kardashians (2007), Dancing with the Stars (2005) and The 2012 Miss USA Pageant (2012)."We didn’t take him seriously because of all the outrageous, clownish acts and gaffes we thought would cause him to drop out of the race. This was his secret strategy, the essence of his success — you can’t take a stand against Trump because you don’t know where Trump is standing."You can’t find him guilty of evil, you can’t find him at all. Trump was not taken seriously, which allowed him to slip by the normal standards for an American candidate. A leading expert on the Nazi party has said there are similarities between Donald Trump and Adolf Hitler.Both men "bluffed" their way into power, confounding an establishment that did not know what to do but normalise them, according to author Ron Rosenbaum.The Adolf Hitler biographer said he had refused to compare Mr Trump to the Nazi leader during the campaign period for fear of trivialising genocide, but after the election things changed.