• acptulsa's Avatar
    Today, 04:13 PM
    Well, I must confess that's the first time in my life I ever heard anyone but a soccer player referred to as a 'footballer'. So, how's Manchester United looking this year?
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  • GunnyFreedom's Avatar
    Today, 03:06 PM
    "extreme" sounds like a subjective unsupported opinion.
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  • GunnyFreedom's Avatar
    Today, 02:59 PM
    Fluoride also makes teeth brittle, and prone to breaking. http://abcnews.go.com/Health/fluoride-recommendations-buck-decades-dental-health-practices/story?id=12564884
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  • GunnyFreedom's Avatar
    Today, 02:57 PM
    I don't have a link for vocal cords. I lived during that time and heard it with my own two ears.
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  • ChristianAnarchist's Avatar
    Today, 02:56 PM
    Gee too bad. It was one of the few things I agreed with Bush on (and now I guess I don't). Not that I agree with the "God damned" part, just the "piece of paper" part. That's all the Constitution is. A piece of paper that some men signed their names to over 200 years ago that has NO (ZERO) authority over me or anyone else living today. I cannot be party to something that was written before I was born. There are some good words written on that paper for sure but that's all they are - good words. There is NOTHING that binds the goonerment to follow those words and certainly nothing there that says I have to worship some cloth hanging from a flag pole. Everyone who gets all warm and fuzzy about that flag just keep those warm fuzzy feelings in your heart when you have to give up all that hard earned cash each pay check. Before 1948 NO WORKER ever paid a tax to the federal goonerment. Just think on that for a second and then go hoist your flag...
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  • GunnyFreedom's Avatar
    Today, 01:12 PM
    Dental fluorosis is a thing.
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  • GunnyFreedom's Avatar
    Today, 01:05 PM
    If it wasn't a popular vote-getter, they wouldn't do it. If you want to make them stop doing that, then make it unpopular with the voters. Unfortunately, there really isn't much other option. You could introduce State-level bills to make such practices illegal, but so long as they were popular with the voters then you would never get enough support to pass such a bill.
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  • Dr.3D's Avatar
    Today, 12:41 PM
    When I saw those guys down on their knees, I thought they were worshiping the national anthem.
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  • PierzStyx's Avatar
    Today, 12:31 PM
    1. Africa is home to the oldest civilizations in history. And if you think that someone would rather be a slave than free, even in supposed "uncivilized" or "poor" conditions, then you're a buffoon. Explains why you're a statist bootlicker though. 2. Maybe two-thirds of the white population. There were around 4-5 million slaves in the USA and only 476,748 free blacks. Further, just because you aren't a slave does not mean that you have your freedom. In any case, the presence of millions of people held in abject slavery is fact against the lie that America was some bastion of freedom or that it ever had a small minarchist government. And far from being an aberration slavery predates the Pilgrims, with the first slaves being brought to Jamestown in 1619, a full year before the Pilgrims arrived in Plymouth in 1620. Slavery was a foundational aspect of American existence. No, the US didn't invent freedom. This is a stupid statement. John Locke, the origin of many "American" ideas was English and you can find many liberty ideals as far back as ancient China. The lifespan of humans has increased because of the technological changes began by the Industrial revolution, which began in England. 3. I've already shown you a picture of a man who was literally tortured. One of millions.
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  • PierzStyx's Avatar
    Today, 12:19 PM
    PART III Miscellaneous/Philosophy Living in a State-Run World by Murray Rothbard May a Libertarian Take Money From the Government? by Walter Block Is there a Human Right to Medical Insurance by Walter Block Libertarianism,%20Positive%20Obligations%20and%20Property%20Abandonment:%20Children%27s%20Rights%20by%20Walter%20Block%3Cbr%20/%3EHobbes, Minarchism, and Anarchy by Stephen Krogh (short audio, 12 mins) Anarchy and Democracy by Stefan Molyneux (video)
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  • PierzStyx's Avatar
    Today, 12:19 PM
    PART II Anarchy,Law, and Security Chaos Theory (Private Law and Defense) by Bob Murphy added 6/09/11 The Myth of the Rule of Law by John Hasnas Law, Property Rights, and Air Pollution by Murray Rothbard The%20Possibility%20of%20Private%20Law%20by%20Robert%20P.%20Murphy%3Cbr%20/%3ECustomary Law with Private Means of Resolving Disputes and Dispensing Justice: A Description of a Modern System of Law and Order without State Coercion by Bruce L. Benson Anarchism and the Public Goods Issue: Law, Courts, and the Police by David Osterfeld Justice Entrepreneurship In a Free Market by George H. Smith
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  • PierzStyx's Avatar
    Today, 12:17 PM
    Meh, Krug is weaksauce like you. This subject has been covered many times since '08. I sometimes forget y'all are n00bs here, sorry. :o This was complied by our friend Wesker back in 2011. You should have read it long ago. (other people like Conza have compiled lists too, I just can't find them ATM) Mises.org media page. FREE BOOKS! added 7/27/11 General/Introductions to Anarcho-Capitalism Antimarket Ethics: A Praxeological Critique by Murray Rothbard (Rothbard destroys many common criticisms against the market, absolutely a must read, for minarchists too.)
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  • PierzStyx's Avatar
    Today, 12:08 PM
    Not necessarily. There are not just numerous militias in the USA, but numerous large PMCs that are apparently large enough that they have been doing the heavy lifting in Iraq for a decade now. Let us both not make the mistake of assuming that just because something has always been done a certain way that it must always happen or can only happen that way.
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  • TheCount's Avatar
    Today, 11:51 AM
    I'm having a hard time following. - You oppose athletes kneeling during the pledge of allegiance during a football game in order to send a message - You support and encourage government employees refusing to do their jobs during a football game in order to send a message
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  • Dr.3D's Avatar
    Today, 11:01 AM
    From what I understand, most states don't allow people to carry in a church. That means only the bad guys get to do it.
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  • acptulsa's Avatar
    Today, 10:39 AM
    His receivers and runners aren't the ones giving him a chance to let his brilliance shine. They're good, and a large part of why the Chiefs are being called the best team, but they aren't making Smith suddenly look like Staubach. He finally has a seriously good offensive line. Last year he was having to get the ball out in two seconds. Even Tyreek Hill can't run fifty yards in two seconds. No wonder the morons were claiming (against all kinds of evidence) he couldn't throw the ball more than five yards. Just because offensive lines never get any credit does not mean they don't make all the difference. The last time the Chiefs had an offense this good, it outlasted Joe Montana and even outlasted Marcus Allen. But by the time John Alt, Dave Szott and Will Shields retired, it was over. I've been a Chiefs fan longer than you. I'm pretty sure the best we can hope for is that the officials will make it so obvious they're cheating the Chiefs in the postseason that the fans finally lynch Roger Goodell. I'm old enough to remember 1999. I know what the Chiefs deserve. I also know what gifts John Elway gets given to him.
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  • acptulsa's Avatar
    Today, 10:33 AM
    Let's see. Dannno approves, and there are two words in the title containing TT which are not normally spelled that way. I guess that means it contains a lot of bare tiTTies.
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  • GunnyFreedom's Avatar
    Today, 10:24 AM
    Well water in NW Montana has arsenic in it.
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  • acptulsa's Avatar
    Today, 10:21 AM
    Uh, no. The 412 was still in production fifteen years later. Maybe he doesn't consider it a Ferrari because it has a back seat. But the fact is, it is a GT. The 'Daytona', on the other hand, is not, despite what he says... But, you know, Ford and any number of other companies have stuck the GT tag on two seaters even though Gran Turismo was originally used on cars with a kid-size back seat. The Mustang is a GT, the Corvette--and GT40--technically are not. It begs the question--if he doesn't consider a four seater a Ferrari, does he consider the Cayenne SUV a Porsche?
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  • GunnyFreedom's Avatar
    Today, 10:13 AM
    I don’t even watch football. I have NEVER watched football, and I only know the phrase “excessive celebration” because it entered my vocabulary from people saying that Tebow should be fired for it. The last time I watched an NFL game, was like 1999 or 2000 when the Church I attended decided to host a Super Bowl watching party. I didn’t even know there WAS such a thing as “excessive celebration” until people were using it as a reason Tebow should be fired. Not being a football watcher in any way shape or form, I wouldn’t even know where to look for such a thing. It wasn’t ESPN or whatever calling for him to be fired, so searching ESPN is not where it’s at. It was the people. Liberal douchebag snowflakes offended at his display. Personally, I couldn’t possibly care less about the NFL or Tebow — I was taught that praying to make a show is what the Pharisees do to heap on the praises of men. I’m not defending Tebow. The point is that you would have a hard time finding someone who cares LESS about NFL football than I do, and the whole entire reason I even know that “excessive celebration” is even a thing, is I heard people talking about it in reference to why Tebow should be fired.
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  • The Gold Standard's Avatar
    Today, 09:42 AM
    If you abolish the government created by the Constitution, then it gets rid of both of them. Simple solution.
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