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+Davis M.J. Aurini A few points that need clarification. I really would like to hear answers to the following things, as I find they are important in determining who is telling the truth.

2:02 How did the mediator approve of it? The best we have seen or heard from Jordan or Michael is that he agreed that more money was needed on the basis of the work completed thus far. This is not "approval" in the sense that for his approval to count Jordan would have to have been asked about it and disagreed, which is clearly not what happened if the text messages Jordan references are indeed legitimate. Do you have anything to reference showing the mediator approved?

2:04 Points 1 & 3 technically don't cancel each other out, as point 3 was explicitly stated as "If there was a contact" which according to Jordan's video, and your previous videos, was in fact, the assumption you were laboring under. If anything it demonstrates that you also were not married to the contract idea.

2:13 Point 2 wasn't about "not doing any work" but rather "not doing enough work" - Based on the clip that you released, I sincerely doubt either your skills as an editor, or that you were working on it since the script & filming were finished.

4:00 Point 4 Well, duh, none of this was mentioned. When people are assumed to be friends, they put up with things that they would not otherwise put up with. Hence why this is all mentioned AFTER you decided to take a crap on Jordan's film-making skills, and after your first disagreement. Even if the criticisms are from SJWs this doesn't automatically make them incorrect - there are numerous SJW documentaries that have great filmmaking but ridiculous logic. (SJWs know how to put together a great propaganda video, if nothing else - see Indie Game, the movie, GTFO, etc.) None of this says anything about the legitimacy of the claim. So do tell, did you clap off camera for the sound? Have you checked to see if the complaints about panning were legitimate? Were you the one that insisted the interviewer be in the shot? (this criticism comes from Sargon, not SJWs), Did you insist on lapel microphones over boom microphones?

5:24 The road trip issue could easily have been retrospective because he stated you said it would be cheaper to drive up. Did you say it would be cheaper to drive up? If so, then the frustration after the fact at having to pay more money than it would have cost to fly is perfectly understandable.

Point 5 I can't really speak to, because these are anecdotal stories, however if your characterization of the Roosh V incident is any indicator, these stories are probably not accurate. This is not to say you are outright lying, but I really do think you see events way different than other people. I'm gonna take a stab in the dark, and predict that Jordan didn't really like Miami, and that there was more than one beer involved.

8:05 I dunno why you keep bringing this up, but I hate to tell you that Vegas Pro isn't professional grade software, which would be why Jordan purchased other software. Now if he didn't get something from Adobe, then I can see the issue. What other software did he purchase? I'm dying to know.

12:00 ish - Glad to see that you do acknowledge there is a time limit to the relevance of this film.
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I didn't realize things were getting that bad in Calgary.  Maybe if everybody just ignores the problem it will go away...
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"Nasty little men like you, walking around with a mountain-sized chip on your shoulder, are as morally ugly as any of the rioters in Baltimore"

Yah, and Robert Mugabe and Ian Smith were just as bad as each other.

"a substantial portion of the WN community isn't interested in freedom - they want to forbid free-association with the groups they don't like."

Right, so you're arguing with an archetype, i.e. with yourself.
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+Davis M.J. Aurini You missed a biggie. The legal fiction of a corporation, LLC or limited partnership incentivizes greater risk taking which in aggregate theoretically leads to higher productivity and wealth creation.

Also, in a lawsuit-happy country like the United States, a corporation is a requirement for almost any non-trivial business to shield the owners from lawsuits that would otherwise bankrupt the owners.

Neither of these points detract from your main arguments which are sound.

And to Mr. Mexia, corporations already pay all sorts of fees for their existence. Corporate income tax is gravy for the State.
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+soiralknarf Studying Latin really helped.
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I have to admit I really enjoyed that.
I took the test though and according to the test I am slightly more libertarian and slightly more lefty than you but in reality we agree on a hell of a lot.
You explained the bias of the test very well indeed.
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+Davis M.J. Aurini For fucks sake, bioshock isn't that great and bear grylls has nothing on real survivalists.
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+Brennan F by now you'd think so. Lol
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Not to sound arrogant - or to sound like I'm making excuses not to prepare (God helps those who help themselves, after all) - but I've got faith that, if I need a gun, one will present itself.  Adaptability is more important than preparing for a particular apocalypse scenario.

This is also speaking as a guy who grew up in Canada, where owning firearms is very difficult.  They're often more likely to get you into trouble, than out of it.
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+Davis M.J. Aurini True, but the point I was making about guns was that for some preppers that's all they do - buy guns and tactical gear. You need to be able to defend your preps, but I think food and water and heat is more important and way less expensive. And, as you say, if you've got those preps I'm sure a mall ninja with twelve AR-15s, but thirsty and starving, will come by offering his preps and skills to trade.
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"Just" a suicide? That alone is a MAJOR fuckup, the police are responsible for the safety of prisoners, including suicides. There needs to be an investigation for that alone, and somebody's head had better roll. At the bare minimum there should be a few demotions here.
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When i was incarcerated a long time ago, they put me on suicide watch, and took anything i could use. They leave you with a blanket that would tear if you used it. When i wasn't on watch they would walk the hall every 30 minutes to an hour. There were people that would kill themselves there and would wait for shift change so nobody would notice until 30- 45 minutes later. This was in harris county texas, so it is possible to do it. Im not saying that without a doubt this is what happened, but you could kill yourself in jail, nobody would known until you are not of this world anymore. Thanks for the response 
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