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    Yesterday, 08:32 PM
    Who are you talking about? Edgar Mitchell? Or someone else?
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    Yesterday, 08:06 PM
    Dr. Michio Kaku explains using lasers to create channels of electricity in the atmosphere. Lightening, in other words. Michio implies that one might steer lightening electricity through ionized channels which the laser would create. So. Hm. Yeah. A couple of varibles here. Get wet or get struck by laser guided lightening. lolol. Of course, we all know about weather derivatives, right? Some crops fail, some thrive, depending on the weather. So investing in the weather is a smart thing for a guy to fiddle with if he's interested in that kind of thing. http://thefreethoughtproject.com/cbs-weather-modification-scientist/
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    Yesterday, 07:47 PM
    Yeah, I know what it is. My son is world ranked in a couple of those games. I thought you were talking about something else.
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    Yesterday, 07:39 PM
    Reminds me of this video...
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    Yesterday, 07:36 PM
    Whatsamatter wit you, man?
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    Yesterday, 07:32 PM
    Nope. You were dick waving. That's not functional debate. Pull your chest back in, Tarzan, we're all friends here. Hear them out, at least. Give them a chance to make their points without interrupting them, reframing their words, and putting them on trial. You'll get around to what you agree on and what you don't. Then go from there. This is why I recommended blogging your wisdom. We like to learn.
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    Yesterday, 07:06 PM
    That was John Adams and the Congress doing, btw. The late nature of the passage resulted in the the new expansion of the Judiciary being called "Midnight Judges."
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    Yesterday, 07:05 PM
    Oh, The Circuit Court Act. they expanded that one in the following year in 1802, for anyone who doesn't know what he'stalking about. Meaning the Federal Judiciary was expanded. Eeeyep. They got us by the feet, alright.
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    Yesterday, 06:52 PM
    Ha. I remember the time helmuth emptied out his pockets. I wish I could find that thread. Interesting development with regard to the op, though. I never really liked the cameras on the ceiling looking at me at the grocery store. Now this.
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    Yesterday, 06:45 PM
    It's your thread, not mine. Settle it how you want.
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    Yesterday, 06:41 PM
    Blog it, then. Show him your wisdom. Otherwise you're just dick waving.
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    Yesterday, 06:39 PM
    Yessir. It sure is.
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    Yesterday, 06:34 PM
    Our original condition was unborn. In the physical, I suppose you could say child-like. Perhaps some of our biblical scholars are qualified to answer your question. The qualified reborn, so to speak.
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    Yesterday, 05:58 PM
    The Act of 1871 is Treason. I'm not sure that I understand where you want to go with it, splain yoself, please.
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    Yesterday, 05:39 PM
    Socialism can not work because it can not calculate. Bada Bing.
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    Yesterday, 04:56 PM
    I've laid stones for a different path and a different approach and the door to which those stones have led has been opened so I won't be here when that time comes. At least not regularly anyway. That said, thoughtful memes are good for people who do facebook and twitter and instagram and whatnot. Just be careful not to allow the cause to be misrepresented by the reckless and short-sighted. We don't want to burn anyone to death so pictures of federal buildings with people in them and on fire is contrary to it. That's not how we want to end the fed. So if you see anybody doing that, tell em to knock it the heck off because they not only represent their vew, they misrepresent your view in the process by mere (and most often impractical) association. So that's counterintuitive and presupposes your own doom. Good luck with it. This is likely too long for a meme, but....
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    Yesterday, 04:34 PM
    Wait. What's wrong with Ender? I like Ender.
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    Yesterday, 04:27 PM
    This is my all-time favorite Kucinich moment. He's one of the few people that actually talk about Santa Clara county vs Pacific Railroad. Which is the specific place in time when natural citizens had their identity and political power hijacked. Had the events of Santa Clara county vs Pacific Railroad not taken place, there would be no events of 1913.
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    Yesterday, 04:18 PM
    Coalition is a good idea in practice. In fact, a great example of that would be what we've seen with Bernie Sanders and Ron Paul at the Federal level. Both have actually agreed on some principles and voted together in support of legislation that was against corporatism and the military industrial complex. Of course, people would ask why Ron voted with a socialist and the answer was that they both were against corporatism and the benefits of other special interests. Their solutions weren't the same, but they agreed in principle on why they were voting for or against various legislation. Ron's solution would reflect the free market and Bernie's would float toward a socialistic solution. But they both opposed corporate and military subsidies together and on their voting record. So that's coalition. It's a good practice. So I'm glad to see that echoed in the thread.
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    09-20-2017, 05:00 PM
    I think it likely more valuable and beneficial, more congruent with Liberty-Responsibility as an Indivisible whole to recognize the validity of Mises' wisdom over that of Rothbard, Locke and Hoppe. Although all were insightful and offered something germane to the topic. And on that note, I'm gonna add to my sigline while I'm thinking of it. And it's one to grow on, for sure. Thought through all the way, it's actually pertinent to your cause, Pierz. It really is. It's the latter part that causes the conundrum. It's the latter part which invites a State-like presence into any culture or voluntary society. I'm done with the thread. As was said, people are free to practice voluntary socialism. Libertarianism permits for it so long as it's absent the use of force whether it be force by any written rule or force by sword. Good luck with it.
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    09-20-2017, 04:47 PM
    They exist naturally because you are of Divine Origin. The Creator's Law dictates that your rights are Natural. That's why your rights are Natural Rights. Man did not create himself. It's a losing game, Pierz. You cannot win. Although, it is admirable that you do try. Locke openly professed that rights could be defined by the State, too. And he was openly fine with it. Did you know that, Pierz? Because Man is of Divine origin and religious in nature, he is of supreme value and importance compared with things material. That's my view on it. We can disagree.
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