Monthly Archives: December 2014

Why guns should not be classified with knives and cars

When someone invents a gun that will chop my vegetables and drive me to work, I will consider something other than active disrespect for manipulations that would compare guns, knives and cars, from a regulatory perspective. People kill people. Guns … Continue reading

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Evolution of quality of dialogue online is significantly negative on main news outlets

It used to be that online comment boards were places where many people exchanged ideas and expressed themselves. Obviously this was not without friction, but very often, I would find myself learning lots and also find lots of situations where … Continue reading

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I need it; love

I need it: aka, I want to know things that are none of my business and am intent on finding out even though they are of no practical use for any reason except to further the invasion into your life. … Continue reading

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Punishment should be fit for the crime. There’s a reason we leave it to judges

Getting off on tormenting people about whatever they have done or have been convinced that they may have done. Yet, in the process, they are guilty of harassment (up to 10 years in prison), stalking (up to 10 years in … Continue reading

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All Dogs Go To Heaven: Reality Bites Back

Suggested movie title. The content could be geared towards the subject matter and problematics raised in the previous post.

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The meaning of a happy feeling in “heaven”

Probably someone is trying to tug on positive conditionings to try to influence you surreptitiously instead of presenting you with actual arguments or reasons to believe that thing. My opinion is that the situation is highly conducive to groupthink, which, … Continue reading

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Lone rangers versus lone wolves

It used to be that we would here more about lone rangers than lone wolves. Now we hear about lone wolves, primarily in relation to terrorism.   How many lone wolves would you tolerate to get just one lone ranger, … Continue reading

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Best song of 2015

(B E D F# (power chords) for Y part and B A G A (bass-style octaves) for Z part. High B for bells and whistles (etc.) and a three-note solo at the “______” part.) Y Best song of 2015 Hasn’t … Continue reading

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Lead us not into temptation

Some folks who are more attuned to recent dissemination of specific forms of social evolutions may like to take a second thought on a specific line of the Lord’s Prayer. Why not repeat the thing in whole to start. This … Continue reading

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Why I never wanted power

It is addictive. It does not make you happy. It corrupts the soul. When you get on stage, people thing they have the right to tell you how to move, think, what to do, etc. Power over myself is basically … Continue reading

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