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    Yesterday, 11:53 PM
    Let Me Summarize The Movie For Y'all
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    Yesterday, 11:53 PM
    LIFESKILL: BYZANTINE CHANT. REVIEW OF LAST WEEK'S MATERIAL AND BEGINNING A NEW HYMN-"O ALL-LAUDED MARTYRS". ALSO LEARNING MORE ABOUT ISOKRATIA.
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    Yesterday, 09:30 PM
    Nothing sinister?! Are they retarded or more sinister than the creeps jizzing in soap dispensers? Detroit is so desperate.
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    Yesterday, 09:25 PM
    The irony is w/o Hollywood (Harry Cohn, et al.), there might not have been a HUAC. They should love Trump.
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    Yesterday, 08:26 PM
    Exactly, he's going to expose the only reporters still doing their jobs. I hear the report's no bigger than a postage stamp.
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    Yesterday, 06:16 PM
    There's also a playful side to men that doesn't necessarily mean anything, e.g. cat calls. You can ask 10 different people and get ten different definitions of marriage readiness. Its a very subjective standard, but in every case their definitions boil down to can you afford her. Which is fine, I get it. If she isn't worth "buying," she probably isn't worth keeping. :D There probably is a deficit of real fatherhood (and motherhood), because parents can plop their spawn into the system and never communicate with each other or their spawn. Its something I'm still trying to repair with my pop when I see him, and he wasn't bad or anything. Still, real fathers aren't going to teach their sons not to walk up to pretty girls and ask for their number - they're going to teach them how so she's impressed. He's going to pass on the game. :D
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    Yesterday, 05:41 PM
    Who and what are these sources? With what do Manafort et al. go about proving the government were attempting blackmail or a sting, or are the alleged plot's details still privy knowledge? Because this is the Patriot Act we're talking about, Murka should know by now their government can spy on anybody, by taking imagery from communications while maintaining plausible deniability.
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    Yesterday, 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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    Yesterday, 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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    Yesterday, 04:38 PM
    It depends, like it would for most men. Central authorities have no business mandating Puritanical laws for what passes as petty behavior. If this is what Parisians want, let them have it. I guarantee the rural districts don't care what ile-de-Frenchy says; they've been governing themselves for millennia. What gives with this illiberalism, and from allegedly liberal governments? I thought Murka was Christian Nation. If French social justice warriors ask for Plymouth Plantation mandates, they need to quit masquerading as Liberals and just come out as Roundheads. It seems socialism never falls far from the tree. Its a fact societies have changed for the worse in ways. Honestly, part of that has been making women legally men. Let's face it, the standard was within communities, people actually knew one another, and brothers and fathers would kick the snot out of men for actually harassing their women. Women wanted to be level in a man's world, so this is what they've got - its on them to man-up, get a man, or meet boys online. Funny how with respect to individuality, liberty, and security, Feminism has backfired on women and made a culture of nuns out of them as of late. I also guarantee the gendarme won't care, nor pursue the woman's stalker, just because a law says its illegal now. C'mon now, cops hate these kinds of codes, just like they hate domestic calls. Unless there's some monetized, personal, or other incentive, the gendarme won't pursue something this petty. Especially not for tourists, or when it might mean going into parts of the city they'd rather not. Never tell me the odds. :DI'm sure France have had laws against aggression for a really long time. How's that worked out for them? :D
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    Yesterday, 03:23 PM
    I don't play big instruments like piano, though. I play winds/strings. I can easily fit all my instruments and amplifiers and gear in a bedroom space (already have to do it :eek: and it sucks :P ). For rehearsal, houses are terrible anyway (except for ginormous ones). When I practice with people I use the church or a school or a hall somewhere. Short of marriage, I'm not sure why a tiny house would be bad for a relationship. :confused: People in "relationships" live in apartments all the time.
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    Yesterday, 03:17 PM
    The most confounding, observable, problem that is witnessed quite a bit, particularly when listening to or reading the words of new age self-defined libertarians (more often these are merely confused libertines, however) is that property rights are only understood or accepted so far as the right to possess material things alone. To their credit, this shortcoming is not their fault. It's just the simple fact of not knowing something. Although it does present a conflict of interest when accompanied by arrogance in ignorance. Property rights are much more than the right of possessing a material thing. A lot of people stop right there. This is a mistake. Man's God-given rights in general are his property. Man has not only a right to physical, material, property, but a God-given property in his rights themselves. And the shortcoming in grasping this fundamental fact is where trustees in voluntary socialism fall short of their own bull pucky. To repeat: Man possesses a God-given right to the property of his rights beyond his right to physical, material things. No means exists in the voluntary socialist's form of society which would protect this specific right of the Individual. The right of The One to the property of his Individual, God-given rights as an Indivisible whole.
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    Yesterday, 02:24 PM
    Gentlemen, look on the bright side: laws like these could mean the end of the music. :( (OK, no they don't. The Music Industry will continue, but honestly: how many fun songs can you name whose lyrics wouldn't qualify as harassment? Concerts will need to be segregated.)
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    Yesterday, 02:01 PM
    Probably many mobile home parks would let you park it? It's essentially a mobile home, somewhat different form factor (square instead of long and skinny). I've lived in houses that are tiny, though not in a "Tiny House"(TM). I've lived in 500 sq ft for sure. Less, renting single rooms. 12 by 40 gives 480 sq ft (less usable, due to wall thickness), and you could probably find a used 12X40 mobile home for, well, a lot less than $20k!
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    Yesterday, 01:38 PM
    :) How did you go about finding the property? The major search engines are geared toward "normal" houses/apartments, and IDK how to find land for a tiny house if I bought one. :/
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  • Natural Citizen's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:24 PM
    Well, I disagree, Pierz. In fact, the only real clarity here seems to be that it's you who does not understand. And that's okay. We're here to learn, right? I'll explain it for you with a mixture of my own words and a few references from a very good book on the topic specifically. Man, The Individual, is endowed at birth with rights which are unalienable because they are given by his Creator. More clearly, Man's rights are unalienable based solely upon the belief in their Divine origin. In other words, Pierz, Liberty does not exist in a secular vacuum. Just as Man alone cannot originate life, man alone cannot obtain Liberty without Divine sanction. Divine saction is Liberty's primary foundation for moral code. This primary foundation for moral code is what endows you with your right to claim its benefits. You see? Now. Lacking this belief, which it appears that you do lack, there is no moral basis for any claim that one's Natural, God-given rights are unalienable for any claim to the benefits following this concept. Do you understand that? God-given rights are Natural Rights, possessed by Man under the Laws of God's creation and therefore by gift of God.
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