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Comment: Re:Why do these people always have something to hi (Score 1) 342

by ClintJCL (#46790329) Attached to: VA Supreme Court: Michael Mann Needn't Turn Over All His Email
His private emails were not private. They were public. Just like a governor's text messages are public record - another ruling from today. If you are on a project the public paid for, writing an email with time the public paid for, IT'S PUBLIC. Judge is wrong. Case law supporting this ruling is wrong.

Comment: Re:Rewarding the bullies... (Score 0) 793

I'd say "A killing spree is not targeted. That's not the case with school shootings. When you go on a killing spree, you want people dead. You don't care who gets to bite the dust" is the very opposite of choosing your target. You specifically said they don't care. Then when I said they did care, you said, "That's what I said". I'm not seeing it in the sentence I just quoted, and am frankly disinterested in continuing this hair-splitting.

Comment: Freedom FROM regulation is not a liberal idea. (Score 1) 319

by ClintJCL (#46690037) Attached to: SF Evictions Surging From Crackdown On Airbnb Rentals
Unfortunately, it's an area the conservatives win on. Regulation is good. But so is democracy. So is allowing a myriad of solutions to a problem. If I want someone unlicensed and unregulated to babysit|hotel|taxi|massage|fuck me, I should be able to do that. By no means does that mean that no regulatory system should exist. Stupid fucking Americans turning everything into false dichotomies. It's possible for everyone to be able to do what they want, and for no one to be a dick. But neither conservative nor liberal will let that be 100% of the time.

Thus mathematics may be defined as the subject in which we never know what we are talking about, nor whether what we are saying is true. -- Bertrand Russell