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Possibly the best response ever.

Edit: After reading some of the comments on other threads that have come from this one I have the following thoughts.

1) I'm not a liberal because I feel humans, all humans should be allowed to trade their time and skills (whatever they may be) for the ability to survive, i.e., buy decent food, healthcare and have decent shelter. It's called being a human being. We are supposedly better than the other animals because we can think, empathize/sympathize, and communicate. If we don't use those skills to better ourselves, our collective selves, then imho, there is no point in any civilization and we might as well go back to living in caves with no governments or systems of any sort.

2) Advocating for a fair living wage, no matter what that number is, does not mean I'm ok with an "entitlement attitude." However, in America we have this little scrape of paper we hold dear and call on when we think something needs fixing in some way and it says everyone has the right "to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. " It is hard to stay alive when you can't buy groceries, see a doctor or have adequate shelter. It is hard to be free when, despite freely trading your time for the money you need to get those things, you still can't afford them and must become enslaved to either debt or the government via welfare. It is hard to pursue happiness when you have to work 50+ hours a week, leaving little to no time for family and other interest. Wanting these things is not entitlement. It is what our country is founded on. Entitlement would be thinking you have to have that new iCrap phone coming out.

3) While I like socialism the more I learn about it, I don't think capitalism and democracy on their own are bad. However, our system has gone completely bonkers. Everyone can agree to that, even if we think different things are to blame.

I could go on, but I'm sure most folks stopped reading 40 lines back. ;) Congrats if you made it this far.
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hilairous :D
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Days of glory :)
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Weird. The voice and the faces and places all point to my father's time :)
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Very difficult choice for a Chromebook #Amazon
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Nah.. 11.6" 1366x768 
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Spot on :) 
I firmly believe that if we started owning up to taking nude photos of ourselves, there would be a lot less stigma surrounding having and sharing them... and if we stopped thinking of nudity and sex as our enemies, we'd have a healthier, happier soci...
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Topical for Kiwis - giving our Politicians a serve 
http://www.actionstation.org.nz/support_democracy_letter
Some of our politicians have taken dirty politics to new depths but we choose not to give up on our democracy. Sign our open letter to all political parties in the NZ Herald, telling them we expect better and are going to fight for our democracy. We've only got a few days to go, sign now!
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Well played Catholic Church, well played... (This joke's not in bad taste, is it?)
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IBM, Softlayer, Softlaw, porn, pornography, abuse, copyrights, stolen content,copyrights protection, Armenian genocide, law, internet
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They are pretty disgusting for having done that and downright low!
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A year later the debate rages on...
 
So there has apparently been 318 same-sex weddings in the past 12 months since the law was amended.
This means law has been changed to appease an effect on 0.014% of the population in the first 12 months since its inception, though over half of those are estimated to be tourists, not NZ Residents. This takes the number down to < 0.007% (roughly).
Seems legit...
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What makes you say that +Richard Vowles?
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2degree 4g. Problem is that only my Nexus 7 can use it. Nexus 5 USA does not support the NZ bands :(
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I have an N5 gets 4 g on voda, knew the n7 was 4g but didnt know was same bands as here (at least 2 degreees bands) so I will look at them again (dispite hating them so very much)
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Should we believe this article? Based on the graph there is/are control server(s) in NZ. Will the NZ government respond if directly asked?
Newly uncovered components of a digital surveillance tool used by more than 60 governments worldwide provide a rare glimpse at the extensive ways law enforcement and intelligence agencies use the tool to surreptitiously record and steal data from mobile phones. The modules, made by the Italian company Hacking Team, were uncovered by researchers working independently…
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    Information Systems, 2006 - 2007
  • Florida Atlantic University
    Management Information Systems, 2002 - 2005
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I love this place. Close to work, so able to go with mates for a drink on a Friday evening. Free popcorn, game of pool. Pizza is delicious but their wedges are now gone. Oh, and pint of beer during happy hour is only $4.50.
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Decent place to spend time with colleagues and friends. Love their specials.
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reviewed a year ago
A really pleasant place with great food. Inexpensive but portions are a bit small. Still, delicious food, very friendly staff and free wifi.
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This is one of the fine places to dine in Auckland. We discovered it using GrabOne voucher as it is a bit out of the way. There is dim romantic lighting, pleasant music and delicious skillfully presented food. Staff are courteous and efficient. Would definitely visit again.
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It is indeed a very friendly pharmacy. The Pharmacist, Anthony, provides great service and a care-free conversation while filling the prescriptions. I have used the pharmacy twice already and prefer it to the impersonal service I receive at mall/commercial street pharmacies.
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