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Christopher Sudlik
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TJ you should become an atheist rapper and have a rap fight with that really shitty christian rapper. 
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Every time we have children we go down this path of creation, and see people grow from nothing and what that means. But do not the same things which caused Frankenstein's monster to become monstrous create monsters from men just as easily? Is the worry that science will go to far, or that humanity is unworthy to wield its mighty torch? 

Personally, I think that humanity is resilient and we press on relentlessly regardless of the costs to ourselves as a part of our very nature, since the beginning of life it has always sought to expand itself and find new footholds to grasp, new space to fill. Us, mere hairless apes a few thousand years removed from the trees sought forth to free ourselves of even the bounds of that which holds us to the ground and we set foot on the body in the sky we once considered a god. Humanity has literally walked across the face of that which was once our god.

Will there be setbacks? Will we pass through dangerous and tumultuous horrors? Of course we will, but we will arrive out the other end with more knowledge, more peace, better life for everyone. The truth is, we do not know how something will turn out until we have gone down that path and tried it, something humanity has always done despite our fears. 

That doesn't make these questions any less important to consider, but I don't believe we should fool ourselves into thinking we can stop the relentless march into the  unknown, nor are the grounds to stop us even worthy of it. 

Of course, then you have amoral international supercorporations controlling the business and who knows what boundless horrors their structure will impart upon the world before their time has gone. The perils of kind Victor are not beset upon the dehumanized science of the international megaconglomerate.
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Interesting on climate change: Why even talk about it? Isn't economic stability, clean air and water brought by stable, renewable power sources worth it just for its inherent benefits alone?
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You would think but some people are under the idea that nothing people do on Earth is going to effect the future. Despite the past evidence to the contrary.
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The most interesting thing here (aside from Bayer's HORRIFYING history), is that th decision doesn't cost them any money. The people who can't afford it before simply die, they don't find a way to pay it. They don't make any extra money from stopping India from producing it. The only point of fighting this is to kill poor people, there is literally no other reason whatsoever. Fits pretty well with their history if you look it up.
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Hank, might want to mention Ocean Temperatures above atmosphere, the anti-climate change folks get really ... confused by talking about atmosphere warming. The oceans hold most of our surface heat, and the warmer they get, the higher the vapor pressure, the more water in the atmosphere, the more extreme weather, etc. (Oceans hold something like 99.9% of surface heat, land & air make up the other 0.1%)
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I get so tired of this. How about, instead of "Hey, you kids are bad and having sexual feelings Is bad and will ruin your life you evil little smut bags!" and change classifications to put adolescents in a category similar but different than child pornography, it is definitely a distinct category. These aren't 10 year olds, they are sexually active teens. Stop oppressing them, it is fucking sick. 
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Well said sir.
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This really isn't about guns. I'm pretty liberal and I've heard every liberal anti-gun argument ever, and they aren't even slightly convincing at all. Bans are not a good idea, they are not effective, and in the case of guns, you are taking rights from half the country to punish/prevent 0.000003% of people from committing gun crimes. 

Granted, I'm in favor a few regulations like background checks for gun licenses which allow you to purchase guns, and gun safety classes, information campaigns, but I see no purpose whatsoever behind bans and anti-gun rhetoric.

People sink to the level of these crimes for specific reasons, because social and economic conditions are that bad and culture leans in a specific direction. Fort Hood, for example, treats its residents like utter shit, absolute utter shit, I've seen several reports from people about how desperate conditions are and just what a huge percent of the people there are so miserable they want to die or are in need of medical treatment, and how bad the command structure is about treating people like this.

In Colorado, the schools where the shootings have repeatedly happened, we have seen a strong and repeated culture of bullying, oppression, conformism taken to absurd extremes. In yet other cases, we see people going places to commit mass shootings outside of their daily routines taking extreme measures with extreme violence who have had mental illnesses gone unchecked and untreated, who had violent fantasies and who were at their breaking point in life with no measures made to intervene. 

My point being that the real problems behind gun violence are simply not being addressed at all. 

If you want to talk about actual gun violence in America, the rate of gun murder in cities is lower than in rural areas, but the rate of gun ownership is higher in rural areas. I bring this up to point out that the percentage of people who commit gun crimes is so incredibly small that macroscopic gun ownership trends and rates are largely irrelevant. Even in nations with nearly flat out bans on fire arms and tight restrictions, their rates are not much lower than ours, and the expensive and wasteful and intrusive policy of abolishing gun rights would be the least possible effective way of reducing gun violence. It would sacrifice many rights for little results, it would be inordinately expensive for very little result, and it would require an enormous amount of man power and violence and political upheaval without having much impact at all.

The only nations in which gun bans have been effective had fewer than 5% gun ownership to begin with. We are talking about nations in which controlling the ebb and flow of guns and gun markets was trivial because ownership rates were so low. Such a strategy is flat out absurd and stupid in a country with far more guns than people.

The issue goes a lot deeper, but I think I've made all of the relevant points immediately useful here. Anybody who inevitably disagrees and comments, I'd be more than happy to face your arguments, it is very likely I've seen them before.
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I've had the FBI in my apartment for 8 hours before. Three years ago the FBI raided my apartment on suspicion I'd been involved in a DDOS attack on Koch Industries. They didn't have any evidence that any reasonable person would actually believe but they were 100% sure of my guilt and refused to leave until I told them what they wanted to hear. I didn't tell them what they wanted to hear but after 8 hours they were sure enough they could get me on some technicality that they left.

Now I'm serving 3 years probation with 110k in debt I have to pay because of that case. Let me tell you what, when they came in their eyes were wide and they were crazy. They were so crazed they didn't understand how chain locks on doors worked, they screamed at me to get on the ground when I was already laying on it for at least 15 seconds. They were drugged up out of their minds, at least 20 of them, armed to the teeth with assault weapons and body armor. 

There isn't a shred of doubt in my mind whatsoever that this was an execution and they just smacked the lowest ranking officer with some household object for an excuse to make it "justified" having been there, having felt the atmosphere, there is NO question what happened. 
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Thanks for sharing your experience.  There are many LEO raids on the homes of U.S. citizens.  It's not mainstream knowledge currently.  However I for one am not surprised at all about your experience.  It is standard procedure. 

I would also not be surprised if the LEO tested positive for rabies, or if they are just the common sadists.  More raids are occurring every year for the 4,000+ Federal Laws on the books that the average citizen is breaking several of.

It gets a lot deeper, but I too will stop here.  You guys know the deal.
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On wwtdd they have the full picture set, she is chilling with two cops in the building wearing nothing but a thong. If this wasn't so harmful and evil case, I'd say it was funny that they are suing for so much, but the owners of the building are doing harm to society by pushing this issue, fuck them.
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Facts go in, shit goes out, no explaining it.
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  • Home Grown Gardens
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I am a very odd person, or so I have been told. I am always barefoot, I spend my spare time inventing things, and I am quite good at it, I am extremely dedicated to my schoolwork and to my fiance Molly. I am an Atheist and a Humanist, and my political beliefs are subject to change but lean towards freedom and economic realities first.

You can pick me out of any crowd, as I have a handlebar mustache, am barefoot, have a beard, am wearing nail polish, and a belt made out of chain.

I am dedicated to everything I do and I work quite hard. I am also a very open person. I am also obsessed with self improvement and learning/experiencing new things.
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Eagle Scout, Young Visionaries Award Winner, Brotherhood Member in the Order of the Arrow, Member of the Pierre Laclede Honors College, National Honor Society, Sub-team leader of Design and Prototyping for First Robotics Team 1930 (for two years), Survive "Suicide Headaches" almost every day, over 1000 miles barefoot walking, including winter in the city.
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    Joint Mechanical Engineering, 2010 - present
  • University of Missouri–St. Louis
    Joint Mechanical Engineering, 2009 - present
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I've been to a few cigar shops, but this is my favorite. They have a wide variety of cigar brands and accessories and they take excellent care of them. Every cigar I've purchased there has been of great quality, and the prices are fair. But what really makes me love it is the staff and the JR brand cigars. The staff will leave you alone unless you ask a question, and with a few simple words they will direct you to cigars perfectly matched to your smoking preferences. They haven't let me down yet. The JR brand really takes the cake though. They run around 3 dollars, a bit more and a bit less, but I think they are almost as good as the originals. When I can't afford premiums, it keeps me smoking.
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