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Comment: Re:They collected $75,000... (Score 1) 650

by dabudah (#33131428) Attached to: Officials Use Google Earth To Find Unlicensed Pools

Because we all live in a club, called "society", where we make certain sacrifices to personal freedom to help everybody. As a society, we've decided that you can't be a jerkass by building unsightly properties next to others, because it takes too much away from property values and deprives others' of their own enjoyment of their property.

Unless you have enough money to ignore/change the regulations as you see fit. If you are rich you may ignore most of these sacrifices (as well as being able to outright buy yourself out of traffic tickets/other minor infractions). If you are poor you are out of luck, sorry.

Comment: Re:Suckaz (Score 1) 641

by dabudah (#32982748) Attached to: <em>Onion</em> Story Gets Blown Out of Proportion

And I seem to remember many liberals thinking that Bush should be impeached. I don't know what the numbers were, but you didn't cite a source for yours, so...

That's because Bush should have been impeached...We really ought to hold our leaders to higher standards (present case included) and stop killing people for profits (er...killing terrorists for freedom...right...).

Committees have become so important nowadays that subcommittees have to be appointed to do the work.

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