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  1. For some reason "Merchant of Venice" comes to...

    For some reason "Merchant of Venice" comes to mind.
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    I'm guessing more than a few drafts have been...

    I'm guessing more than a few drafts have been exchanged, and a finished version or two not to mention.
  3. My experiences in union environments were not...

    My experiences in union environments were not positive, I think because these were labor unions.

    What I mean by stealing is for a union employee to come to work on a typical eight hour shift, work...
  4. I know lots of people who stole lots of money...

    Bill Gates could give as much money to charity as he wants. But when the government says, "Hey Bill! You make too much money! We're gonna take it from ya!" That is stealing.[/QUOTE]

    I know lots of...
  5. Science is far more interesting than religion...

    Science is far more interesting than religion ever was, and certainly more rewarding. It could be that people just have more knowledge today, and have access to more knowledge when they have a...
  6. My gosh, we're in agreement that universities are...

    So you're mocking people for not making investments, then also mocking them for making investments? :confused:[/QUOTE]

    I’m criticizing the cost of universities. Hence, “administrative...
  7. It's been revealing to hear you not answer such a...

    Yes. So do you think children should have to go to school?[/QUOTE]

    Well, you can attack that strawman somewhere else. My point is that student debt retards wealth accumulation. If you disagree,...
  8. Yes. So do you think children should have to go...

    Should children have to go to school?[/QUOTE]

    Is that what you took from this?[/QUOTE]

    Yes. So do you think children should have to go to school?
  9. Should children have to go to school?

    Should children have to go to school?
  10. That would be a huge step in the right direction....

    That would be a huge step in the right direction. Just the opposite has been happening lately.
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    That actually makes the most sense, all things...

    That actually makes the most sense, all things considered. Iran does want to disrupt the flow of oil that is not coming from Iran, that much is certain, but they don't want to over escalate. ...
  12. No, obviously. But chimpanzee society works the...

    No, obviously. But chimpanzee society works the same way. So it's something genetic I suppose with dismal and trausti.
  13. Your empathy is overwhelming.

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    Yes, poor people tend to spend all their money while rich people tend to save it. Even when a poor person wins the lottery, they do not have the brainpower to save it, but instead...
  14. But I like to watch my team win. My team is the...

    But I like to watch my team win. My team is the best. The game is rigged unless my team wins. I don't care about facts, facts are silly things.
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    So how do you account for the video? What's your...

    So how do you account for the video? What's your explanation? Is it an Iranian vessel?
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    That is correct. That is why the video matters,...

    That is correct. That is why the video matters, at least to me.

    When Colin Powell was flashing his pictures of Saddam's WMDs that were all years old, when there was no new intel from overhead...
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    I don't know who the bad guys are in this one. ...

    I don't know who the bad guys are in this one.

    When we invaded Iraq we were the bad guys because they certainly didn't have any WMDs. But we could get away with it so we did anyway because...
  18. This is the kind of stuff that brings in pilgrims...

    This is the kind of stuff that brings in pilgrims and money, we have an emotional attachment to believing this kind of stuff. And that's okay if we treat it the same way we treat seeing a movie. ...
  19. Or an ET? Lots of people like this stuff. ...

    Or an ET?

    Lots of people like this stuff. SciAmer is just cashing in and satisfying its readership.
  20. Reading the article I thought the same thing but...

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    Thanks for the link, and it looks like this is finally a study that controlled for some other factors usually ignored in epidemiology (alcohol consumption, lifestyle). However, what they...
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    I thought this was an excellent response because...

    I thought this was an excellent response because it's the same thing I hear in these parts from right wingers. Their position has nothing to do with good environmental policy, rather it's an...
  22. I mistakenly thought that spin such as on a...

    Yes, but it was called "spin" because the particle was behaving as if it was spinning about an internal axis.

    If Moogly means ordinary spinning objects like soccer balls, that has to do with spin...
  23. Ebola Denial - who'da thunk it? Fascinating!

    Ebola disbelief widespread...



    That's pretty cool. Explains a lot about the human condition. Maybe they need a candidate to adopt this and he'll get himself elected so he can make lots of...
  24. Found this article and thought to post it: ...

    Found this article and thought to post it:

    SCIENTISTS STUDIED AMERICANS FOR EIGHT YEARS TO FIND OUT HOW RED MEAT AFFECTED THEIR HEALTH
  25. This is interesting because I've always found...

    This is interesting because I've always found christianity to be nothing more than a collection of urban legends. Having attended catholic schools many of the movies we were shown were nothing more...
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