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    You make it sound so negative. He makes a deal,...

    You make it sound so negative. He makes a deal, and it’s to solve an issue, and the deal solves an issue—something he could not have been in a situation to do if he didn’t have the forethought to set...
  2. Science and I don’t see eye to eye with what time...

    Science and I don’t see eye to eye with what time is.

    Time doesn’t cease with our inability to measure it. Time tick tocks away with the passage of moments as they pass us by. In a world frozen,...
  3. What kind of response is wanted? Fast responds...

    What kind of response is wanted?

    Fast responds (take 2):

    The Republicans were brilliant in their ability to prioritize the importance of securing the benefits of a budget vote win over the...
  4. So, what’s wrong with subvertion? 1) when an...

    So, what’s wrong with subvertion?

    1) when an act is NOT against the law and thus permissible by law, taking another law that had absolutely nothing to do with the act and utilizing the vagueness...
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    Atheists barbecue kittens. That’s a myth. I think...

    Atheists barbecue kittens. That’s a myth. I think that’s a myth. That is a myth, right?

    Hello.

    Hello.
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    What the hell does that mean? :) A thing that...

    What the hell does that mean? :)

    A thing that is apart of something else is not the something else.
    A brain is a thing that is apart of something else (the person).
    Therefore, <signaling...
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    Is affordability a necessary condition of...

    Is affordability a necessary condition of accessibility?

    If the nearest drink machine is two hundred miles away and locked up in a government building, I could see saying you don’t have access to...
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    And this is coming from someone who doesn’t know...

    And this is coming from someone who doesn’t know he has to pee.

    Purportedly


    If you pick up a ball (oh say, off the ground), then if your brain and central nervous system (whatever you think...
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    Of course he knows it. That’s not outlandish in...

    Drove to work in an automobile and am working inside a structure that is over 100 years old, and using the Internet to send this message.

    I think the math works.[/QUOTE]

    You believe that and...
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    I understood you earlier. Great example btw! ...

    I read what he said, and I didn’t think “equivocation” was spot on, but it was close enough to make me think “conflation” would have been a better fit given what he was trying to communicate.[/QUOTE]...
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    There is something strange about laws. It takes a...

    There is something strange about laws. It takes a lot for something to become a law. Once the arduous process yields what can be called a law, it ferociously holds its title no matter what the future...
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    I read what he said, and I didn’t think...

    So, which do you mean?



    Of course not.

    Apparently, you just read this line and ignored the rest.

    Should I repeat my post, or maybe you could read it again?
    EB[/QUOTE]
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    Thanks. There’s still something going on that...

    Nicely put![/QUOTE]
    Thanks.

    There’s still something going on that I haven’t adequately addressed though, and I’m not quite sure how to, as I haven’t truly wrapped my head around everything yet....
  14. I’ve always been very fond of that park!

    I’ve always been very fond of that park!
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    There’s more twist to the purported intentions...

    There’s more twist to the purported intentions than there is in twisters. Why does the most negative spin always surface when it comes to attributing motive to others? I don’t just mean that people...
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    At first glance, I thought the shoddy boring...

    At first glance, I thought the shoddy boring cover was replaced by the professional cover with marketing appeal. After reading the article, there was talk about artistic talent or some such, and that...
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    Petty preachers partner procured police presence

    Petty preachers partner procured police presence
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    We need to compartmentalize and isolate...

    In general we will know if family or close friends would pass a background check.[/QUOTE]


    We need to compartmentalize and isolate background checks from our reasoning when examining the issue of...
  20. I don’t know the answer. Should I stop there? ...

    I don’t know the answer. Should I stop there?

    I’m reminded of the McBeevee episode from the Andy Griffith show. It’s not an exact parallel by no means, but being believed in when the evidence...
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    A law undergoes immense scientific scrutiny....

    A law undergoes immense scientific scrutiny. That’s not to say a law cannot be proven false, but in the case of Newton’s laws of motion, the scientific community has not stamped it as false; in fact,...
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    It’s careless to lend just anyone a gun, but...

    It’s careless to lend just anyone a gun, but lending someone (oh like a close friend or relative) a gun that has not had a background check is not necessarily careless when there’s no indication...
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    Correct. Natural rights can. Legal rights cannot....

    Correct. Natural rights can. Legal rights cannot.


    Correct. You have the natural right no what the government says. You have the legal right if the government says so.


    Correct. The...
  24. Hmmm. Let them in and keep them safe, but keep...

    Hmmm. Let them in and keep them safe, but keep them out of class and away from other students not in violation of school code.
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