Nothing I say should be taken seriously, except for the stuff that I actually mean.
- Nova Scotia Community CollegeInformation Technology / Web Design, 2009 - 2011
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Go fuck yourselves, people I think are fucking terrible. It's not that you've missed the point. It's that your wilful ignorance is helping to make your country a fucking terrible place.
And yes, the people who shoot the fuck up out of crowds make your country a fucking terrible place as well. So stop defending their right to have access to the things they use. Because that's what you're doing.
Saying I'm wrong doesnt make me wrong, you've been presented with a pile of data via the original article, which you seem to think I've written myself for some crazy fucking reason, none of which you've even attempted to address.
And you can't address it because everything about your world view regarding this issue is fucking insane mental diarhea, poured from the wallets of people who make money off those who profit from perpetual culture of gun violence in your xountry directly into your tiny, and desperately in need of compensatory fluffing, wangdoodle.
And on that note, I'm going to block you. I sincerely hope the culture of violence you're working your damndest to propagate doesn't ever catch up to you. Everyone on the planet deserves better than the nightmare your ideology sews, including those like you who lack the objectivity to realize it.
Should anyone reading this disagree with me, please save yourself the trouble of being verbally abused for your terrible fucking ideology and just block me.
But I will gladly shit on you verbally for a while, if that floats your boat.
Barring a number of key nations, no one really can.
It's not the nation we need to worry about, it's the population. Many people currently operate under the false assumption that terrorists are Muslim. They forget the IRA, the FLQ, the Tamil Tigers and any number of other marxist terrorist groups. A great many of those groups were spawned from seriously adverse economic conditions, or situations where individuals in a country felt they no longer had control over their nation.
Germany isn't creating another WW2, they're creating ideological fanatics who feel they have nothing to lose.
(Sharing a story about Greece on so you can read the pinnacle of oblivious comments from people who truly fail to grasp the situation at hand and where it will lead.)
Undeniably superior to the new favourite things of days past. The bar has been raised.
Most 'jobs', at a sufficiently advanced level of technology, can be made obsolete. And that's AWESOME.
IF, and this is a big if, we come together as a society and change what we're expected to work towards, as individuals. Currently our economic model mandates that we work towards money. Without money we're considered failures on a societal level, which is absurd.
How is someone who lost a job they worked for decades and spent a pile of money training for, who is then replaced by a robot, a failure?
How the hell do we allow that mentality to persist? And that demographic will only grow. It will almost certainly, some day down the road, include someone who is reading this status right now. That may already be the case.
I'm not sure what we should be working towards as a societal model in the long run, but I'm absolutely positive that income equality and a strong social safety net should be our biggest priority from a social perspective.
Those can benefit all of us, even those of us who think we're secure and won't need them. In fact, plenty of folks who are considered failures under our current economic model thought that very same thing in the recent past.
Anything that impedes profit is seen as an obstacle and we've seen how corporates work with governments to protect their interests.
The ultimate effect is those efforts take us farther away from the people's ideal.
It will only be when the corporate interest loses its control of Government policy that we stand a chance of refocusing government attention to things that support the people.
I had no idea they were making another game in the series. I'll definitely be keeping my eyes peeled for more details.
Like in that episode of Star Trek, where two planets made war so safe that they had no reason to end it for hundreds of years...
"It is well that war is so terrible, or we should grow too fond of it." - Robert E. Lee
If I could travel back in time a couple weeks I definitely wouldn't have purchased it, and I definitely recommend to anyone who cares that you not give your money to , ,
Yeah, maybe this will force them to get their shit together, but I still wouldn't willingly support them after the callous way they've been treating safety issues. I can't imagine a scenario where this plays out in a way that I don't continue to regret the decision to buy from them.
But hey, congrats! You got 40k out of me because I didn't do enough research. #buyerbeware #capitalism
The first gen Dodge Neons all blew the headgasket under 50k miles. They wouldn't do anything for customers who bought one since gaskets aren't covered under warranty. I think the repair was around $1k. Another common problem was defective paint, which would peel from the car in whole sheets.
I'm definitely off recommending Chromecasts to anyone while this persist.
1. The entirety of the German national debt was forgiven post WW2.
2. It was not forgiven post WW1, an action which undeniably led to the rise of the Nazi party.
If any country in the history of our species should know better that to play hardball here, it's Germany. Germany is where it is because its debt was forgiven after it, as a nation, made some terrible, terrible decisions. As a result of that debt forgiveness it's now positioned as the greatest economic power in the Eurozone.
In fact, long term, everyone who lost money by forgiving Germany's debt has gained it back in spades via their massive economic resurgence.
Oh, you could break it down on an increasingly granular level, but thata what it comes down to.
And yeah, this'll happen again. In Greece or elsewhere.
Especially, you know, aircraft.
(Also, yes. This is gif is 69 megs.)
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