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  • heavenlyboy34's Avatar
    Today, 05:25 PM
    Sounds about right. I haven't done a head count lately. I'm a busy boy.
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    Today, 05:23 PM
    ^^From the guy nobody takes seriously anymore... :D LOLOL
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  • heavenlyboy34's Avatar
    Today, 03:54 PM
    Flawed analogy. The minarchists' "machine" still only exists on paper. It's 5% built and they tinker with it in the garage as they go along. They haven't even got an actual coherent theory to explain it in a rational way.
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  • heavenlyboy34's Avatar
    Today, 02:52 PM
    Wut? Noez, you caught teh full retard from NC!!!! :eek: :( :'( WE MUST STOP THIS BEFORE IT SPREADS!!! :eek:
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  • heavenlyboy34's Avatar
    Today, 02:14 PM
    Nonsense. Anarcho-capitalists are realists. (and I'm a Voluntaryist, not an ancap) Minarchists are in utter denial of praxaeology and history. They are very utopian-though not to the extent of anarcho-communists.
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  • heavenlyboy34's Avatar
    Today, 11:56 AM
    People already do this, tho. They just link to a thread(s) where the question has already been answered. Happens all the time. Welcome to the world of forums! :)
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  • heavenlyboy34's Avatar
    Today, 12:18 AM
    :eek: I GUESS THEY WANT YOU TO DO IT MANUALLY NAO? :p TYPE IN "THE A-TEAM RE-SELLER GROUP" INTO THE SEARCH BOX THING AND YOU'LL FIND IT.
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  • heavenlyboy34's Avatar
    Today, 12:16 AM
    UR REVIEWS AS A BUYER, YOU MEAN? IDK IF THEY HELP US AS SELLERS, BUT IT COULDN'T HURT. I HAD THE SAME POSITIVE BUYER RATE (100%) AS YOU WHEN I STARTED. :cool:
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    Today, 12:13 AM
    LIFESKILL: SET UP A STORE WITH THE VOLUSION PLATFORM. PRETTY NIFTY SO FAR. GOT TO WAIT TILL MY ORDER IS FULLY PROCESSED BEFORE I CAN BEGIN REALLY CUSTOMIZING AND GETTING IT READY FOR CUSTOMERS.
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    Yesterday, 10:24 PM
    Yes they are stupid. And no,, banning them will not get us past it. And you are focused in the wrong direction. and for a simple point of reference. M16 M4 Complete Full Auto Lower Parts Kit AR15 http://www.gunbroker.com/item/709284806 only one quick listing,, but commonly available.. to anyone..
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  • Working Poor's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:34 PM
    FU Bevin. Looks like you want to be voted out of office. I am sure people in Kentucky are tired of it being illegal just like most of the country. It is medicine; it is a crime against humanity for it to continue being illegal. F all the cartel ass kissing politicians vote them all out of office if they don't change this so called law. It might be the one thing that can unite the vast majority of people against the government.
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    Yesterday, 12:27 AM
    LOL, yeah right. Twenty bucks says he gets elected to another term in a landslide, since he is one of privileged few that are not subject to term limits. Brown decided to run for another term as governor in 2010, and was able to do so due to a grandfather clause in a term-limit law passed in 1990 for California state office. The law limited a governor to two terms; however, the four living governors when the law was passed (which consisted of himself, Brown's father Pat, his predecessor Ronald Reagan, and his successor George Deukmejian, who was in office when the law was enacted) remained eligible. Brown defeated Meg Whitman in 2010 to become the 39th California Governor in 2011; on October 7, 2013, he became the longest-serving governor in California history, surpassing Earl Warren. Brown was re-elected in 2014, with sixty percent of the vote. As a consequence of the 28-year gap between his second and third terms, Brown has been both the sixth-youngest California Governor, and the oldest California Governor in history.
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  • heavenlyboy34's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:17 AM
    :rolleyes: "danke" means "thank you" in German, ya dunces.
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    Yesterday, 12:17 AM
    Time Bomb https://www.ericpetersautos.com/2017/10/15/time-bomb/ By eric - October 15, 2017 In just seven years’ time – unless Trump does something before his four years are up – the average fuel efficiency of the average car will have to almost double. From 35.5 MPG (now) to 54.5 MPG by 2025. So reads the fuel economy fatwa issued by Trump’s predecessor. No matter how much it costs, no matter what it takes.
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    Yesterday, 12:13 AM
    The N word...fucking childish ridiculousness. We are all expected to tiptoe around this "bad word"...even thinking it can cause spontaneous decapitation. Give me ten seconds of google, and I'll find a thousand rap videos of ni gger ni gger ni gger ni gger in an endless stream. And no it's not because it's "black people's word"...it's just a bunch of thuggish motherfuckers being shocking for the purpose of...being shocking.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:08 AM
    A little more meat than a stub link: School District Bans "To Kill a Mockingbird" https://townhall.com/tipsheet/timothymeads/2017/10/15/school-district-bans-to-kill-a-mockingbird-for-making-students-feel-uncomfortable-n2395391 Timothy Meads Timothy Meads |Posted: Oct 15, 2017 12:40 PM School District Bans "To Kill a Mockingbird"
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  • heavenlyboy34's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:06 AM
    Haven't read it since I was 14. Now I have to read it again...
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:04 AM
    N word. Banned. A man refusing to believe a woeman and defend another man against rape accusations. Banned.
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  • heavenlyboy34's Avatar
    10-15-2017, 11:46 PM
    duplicate post for some reason. :/
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    10-15-2017, 11:41 PM
    You've proven yourself to be worth no significant effort. (is it my fault you lack reading and viewing comprehension skills? If you had them you would understand the system, bro) I reserve serious effort for thoughtful and intelligent adversaries (i.e. erowe). The only reason I bothered with this thread as long as I did is that it shows onlookers the failures and fallacies of statism generally and the Murican statism in particular that you endorse.
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  • Working Poor's Avatar
    10-15-2017, 11:19 PM
    Hydrogen peroxide would probably work better than bleach for sure. Thieves blend essential oil would be good too.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    10-15-2017, 08:32 PM
    Maybe if we all emailed the Bill of Rights to each other, the NSA would finally read it.
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  • heavenlyboy34's Avatar
    10-15-2017, 07:59 PM
    I'm trying to help enlighten you so you don't have to ask questions that have already been answered a million times, son. Be a man and study shit for yourself.
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  • heavenlyboy34's Avatar
    10-15-2017, 07:58 PM
    It's the wrong question because it has nothing to do with how private courts work. You can have your own agency if you want, but if you and I don't contractually agree to be bound by said agency, your agency has no authority WRT me.
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    10-15-2017, 07:51 PM
    08/03/2005Robert P. MurphyIn a recent article, I discussed the possibility of private, competing security agencies. I took for granted the background rule of law (or lack thereof), and merely made the relative argument that a monopoly institution of violence (i.e. the State) would not aid the achievement of a working consensus on legal norms, and that in fact (as history shows) government-controlled societies are certainly susceptible to civil war. In the present piece, I will elaborate on how law itself could be efficiently and equitably produced in a private setting. PRIVATE JUDGESWhether society is in anarchy or under the domination of a State apparatus, individuals will always have disputes. Although most arguments are settled between the parties themselves, some disagreements are too serious for such resolution. In such cases, the disputants (in anarchy) can turn to a judge, who is simply a person who agrees to render an opinion on their dispute. Although many anarchist theorists link private judges with enforcement agencies in their expositions, we should keep in mind that the two are conceptually distinct. In its essence, a private judicial ruling is just that—one person’s opinion as to who is right, and what he or she is owed, in a given dispute. One major difference between private and State judges is that the former only entertain cases when both parties submit to the “jurisdiction” of the judge. (In contrast, one or both parties in a State court case may strongly object to the judge and/or jury who will decide the issue.) Cynics of private law may consider this proposal as ridiculous—the very idea that a rapist or bank robber would agree to plead his case before a third party, ha! However, this glib dismissal overlooks the fact that most disputes in modern commercial society are not between an “obvious” innocent and an “obvious” malefactor. Rather, it is often the case that both parties to a dispute genuinely believe themselves to be in the right, and would be happy to make their cases in front of a disinterested third party. Another consideration is that, without the government monopoly and selection of judges based on political pull and demagogic appeal, a crop of professional judges would arise who were, well, quite judicious. (Any unmarried female judges would quite truly be the fairest maidens in the land.) When reading their previous opinions on cases in which they had expertise, people would recognize their excellence, and say, “Wow, that was a great ruling! When I first heard the evidence, I thought the plaintiff was right, but after Judge Barnett explained it with his analogies, the defendant is obviously not guilty.” In anarchy, people would demand judicial services for all the reasons that people desire law itself: They would want to satisfy their desire for abstract justice, but they would also want to foster predictable business relationships, as well as enjoy a good reputation among their neighbors. Let’s consider a concrete example. Suppose Mark Johnson owns a store and he breaks the arm of Gary Owens, a customer. Owens proceeds to tell all his friends (and anyone else who will listen) that he was minding his own business when Johnson attacked him. Now in the standard view (and even to some extent that promoted by anarcho-capitalist writers), unless Owens belongs to a protection agency himself, he has no recourse. But this is simply not true. It is bad for business if Owens runs around telling people he was brutally attacked, and if Johnson does nothing to rebut these charges. If people give any validity to Owens’ story, they will shop elsewhere. Even beyond the pecuniary aspects, if Johnson is at all a normal human being, he will feel uncomfortable at social events if people are whispering about the tale behind his back. Consequently, Johnson will publicly invite Owens to bring his charges to any reputable judge who ...
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