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    Today, 02:13 PM
    Natural milk is good for you & farmer/ranchers usually take good care of their animals. The problem is gov running the food market and making things like raw milk illegal. Get the gov out of everything and watch the industry, as well as consumers, get healthy
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    Today, 09:54 AM
    Come and get them. Long past time to settle this, once and for all.
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    Today, 09:47 AM
    Yes, I think so. Removing troubled kids, especially boys, from the toxic environment of government screwls is the first step. I had a stepson that could have gone down the same path, (this was right after Columbine mind you, so the hysteria was as out of control as it is now) had we not removed him from the government institutions and finished his education through home schooling.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 09:22 AM
    Good talk. The only slight flaw is that he's not been where I have been with AI. The flaws he cites are present in the systems to which he has been exposed. They were not problems with the one on which I worked. That system is unlikely to ever see commercial light of day - not in our lifetimes anyhow. He so correctly identified US as the real problem. We always are.
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    Today, 08:56 AM
    This only holds in the context that supports it. For example, in a land where the incentive for hard work is present, I agree with your assertion. I would even go so far as to say that in such an environment, more and more welfare recipients will come to be motivated to jump ship and strike out for greener economic pastures. This assumes all else equal, such as rationality and the absence of deep individual corruption, of course. But if we make these assumptions, then even the welfare recipient is likely to come to see how enterprise is worth the effort. People around him are well dressed, well fed, low in levels of toxic stress, happy, able to take vacations, and so forth. He who is on the dole lives very meagerly and cannot do the things those around him are able. Some of those people will tire of indolence and boredom, say "screw this", and give industry a shot. I understand the sentiment, but as stated this would be a potential disaster because human motivations and the decisions that descend therefrom are quite a bit more complicated than your words would imply. Once again, nice sounding, but where's the beef? There is no such thing as a "self correcting" system in such matters, at least in the sense you appear to suggest, if by innuendo. People are ALWAYS subject to changes of heart and are very often unwilling to live and let live. These two factors are central to the reasons the world is so deep in the muck. Freemen are by definition properly moral men. There is no other possibility. By "moral", I mean that they are educated as to the principles of proper human relations, hold an attitude of extreme intolerance toward those who do not share in knowledge, valuation, practice, attitude, and intolerant views necessary to become free and remain that way. Here, "moral" has nothing to do with whether one takes drugs, drinks, gambles, cusses like sailor, or engages in porno-grade gaysex with his neighbor three doors down. Just want to be clear.
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    Today, 01:03 AM
    They're gonna get destroyed this fall.
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    Today, 12:59 AM
    relevant bump
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    Yesterday, 11:45 PM
    It's always about "control" of one sort or another. Every time something like this happens, the millions of us who haven't hurt anybody lose more freedom and get more "controlled".
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    Yesterday, 11:44 PM
    If the violent crimes committed by these groups were removed from the overall crime statistics, we'd have a violent crime rate similar to Belgium.
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    Yesterday, 09:01 PM
    5. The Democracy Myth Democracy is held up as the beacon of the free world - its badge of honour. Our politicians are more inclined to talk about the virtues of a democratic society, rather than a free one. It’s the new religion of the secular state. Democracy is not a means to any particular end, but an end in itself. But just what is democracy? It’s the idea that the majority is right. It’s the idea that morality can be decided by the counting of heads. It’s the idea that one man’s vote is as good as another’s. Historically, democracy is seen as a natural progression from Theocracy or Monarchy. Apart from the early democracy of Greece, human experience has largely be shaped by the rule of Church or King. So, shifting the balance of power to the ordinary person in the street was seen as a move in the right direction.
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    Yesterday, 09:00 PM
    Published by Disclosure: Unlike a typical "Manifesto", which is a statement of things to be"done", The Sovereign Manifesto is a statement of things to be "undone" - in particular, certain cultural myths that can lock individuals into a particular "slave mindset". Theideas contained in this report may be considered by many to be heretical, revolutionary,radical, or even dangerous - and certainly capable of changing the existing social orderas we know it. But like all ideas, their power is only realised when they are put intoaction - by individual people. The 8 Deadly Myths That Conspire to Enslave You Have you ever asked yourself the question: "Why are things the way they are?"Have you ever got angry at the status quo - the stupidity, the injustice and the inertia?More importantly, have you ever tried to take off your cultural spectacles and view theworld anew? It’s certainly hard to do, if not near impossible for most people. And there’s a goodreason why. Our view of the world, and our relationship to it, is shaped by the world as it is - not how it could be. It is shaped by our genes, our family environment, our education,and the culture we grow up within - whatever nation or ethnicity. We are the product ofthe given, the existent - the accepted norm. Our traditional thinking is therefore a product of our past.
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    Yesterday, 08:52 PM
    Oh no, it's not you. The Bolshevik left has been spun up and out of control for a while now. They were just looking for some place to focus.
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    Yesterday, 08:42 PM
    LOL...they stopped drinking milk and started drinking HFCS laden sodas, juices and sweetened water. The results?
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    Yesterday, 10:10 AM
    I honestly think 1 billion Red Chinese don't give a flying fuck about our colored cousins and their constant grievances and complaints.
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    Yesterday, 10:03 AM
    I'm positive I have never said that fidelity from both partners is not to be expected and deserved. Holy shit, I thought that was an earthquake... What makes you think I don't see this and deal with this in the "real world" every day? The job title I carry also assumes "counselor" as a collateral duty.
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    Yesterday, 09:54 AM
    No, I don't think there is vast "conspiracy" afoot, you're right, it's just playing to their customer base.
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    Yesterday, 09:42 AM
    Another Reeves movie that is one of my favorites.
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    Yesterday, 08:58 AM
    Not only that, but the male's roles has been reduced to mocking scorn, derision or outright ignored. Use pop culture and teevee as a mirror. Compare the roles of a "traditional" father figure in say "Father Knows Best" or "My Three Sons" to, say, "Everybody Loves Raymond" or "King of Queens". Weak, whining, bumbling man-boys are what is presented now, that if not for the ever suffering strong, smart, proud wife, would not have the wits to tie their shoes in the morning, the message always flashing in the background, whether overt or in the shadows: "Why is she hanging around him? She'd be so much better off on her own. You go Girl!"
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    Yesterday, 08:47 AM
    Yes it is, broken by design, in all the ways the OP and you have mentioned.
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    Yesterday, 08:29 AM
    I dont disagree with what your saying but your logic and conclusions. So if in a pagan society you can kill, torture and rape any woman you like. and islam comes along and says hay, you can only rape and kill not torture, that while better does not conclude islam is god ordained. otherwise feminism and liberalism must be from god as they would improve the condition of woman over islam. You said "There's nothing really to disagree with. You posted verses I wholly explained" and this is our issue, its an issue of authority. Do we take the plain words of the koran and hadiths, or yours? when you say those verses do not say what they actually say, who do we listen to? that is why your editions to the koran mean nothing to me as the koran is clear on beating their wives. to claim it says to hit without pain or with a twig] makes a fool of the verse and its punishments by husbands to woman who disobey. This claim is well refuted in debates see below DEBATE: Does the Quran Promote Peace? (Spencer & Wood vs. Hussain & Ebady) You say the man was beat for slapping his wife? could you please support from the hadith. You go on to ask So how do we reconcile what you're posting and what I'm posting? ​ My answer we dont. Because I post from the koran, you post from yourself, once more an issue of authority. You than claim Bukhari as "weak" please support this claim, if bukari is not authority than who is? .
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