Actually, they do all the time. There are roughly 500,000 defensive uses of firearms per year. In fact, the CDC study recently commissioned by Obama found that the rate of injury and death of violent crime victims is drastically reduced for those who are carrying a firearm. It debunked the common argument that people who own firearms are more likely to be injured or killed, mostly because those numbers include suicides (the leading cause of death by firearm, by an enormous margin).
Since there are people out there with the skill and interest to design such things and then sharing them, design as a barrier may as well not exist.
There are, in fact, such things as private easements. An easement is simply the right to use property to which you do not have title. Such rights can come about as a result of private contracts, government grants, or eminent domain.
Nope, didn't take your message as an argument that you should be able to back out. I apologize if it came off that way.
What part of my comment lead you to believe I was arguing that people should be able to arbitrarily back out of easements? I was simply stating why people can't back out, not arguing they should be able to.
What part of "except where they waive sovereign immunity" was not understood? You say not even close, and then restate what I said by specific example rather than the general rule I used. They are the same thing.
The Federal government has sovereign immunity. Each and every part, including the NSA. If no department has sovereign immunity because it's not "the entire Federal government," sovereign immunity would not exist at all, since it could be applied to nothing.
Eating balanced meals is pretty easy to back up as being healthier than McDonalds. It's sad that requires a citation.
And no, I'm not lying, since I can eat for an entire month on $100 (actually, two of us do so on about $150/month total). Most meals are varied and cooked from scratch. You can believe I'm lying; I don't really care, since I live it every month.
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I am on such a budget as well. That in itself does not prevent actually cooking. If you can open a box or microwave packaged food, in almost all cases you can also cook.
You mean the same pharma fucks who produce all of those vitamins? It's in their best interest for you to continue buying and taking massive amounts of anti-oxidants. Those are the same anti-oxidants that neutralize the process of the immune system oxidizing dangerous cells, such as cancer.
Who do you think produces all those vitamins? The pharmaceutical industry reaps enormous profits from the production and sale of vitamins.
Overdosing on vitamin C actually increases your chance of developing cancer or heart disease.
Three new papers added to the hundreds of studies done previously.
You're a moron. There are decades of case studies showing overuse of vitamins corresponds to the increased occurrence of numerous chronic diseases, such as heart disease and cancer. There are no advertising dollars behind them though, so all people see are advertisements made by vitamin sellers. Vitamins are an enormous profit center for the pharmaceutical industry.