That's great, except that if you ask the cops to get your stolen property back, they'll promptly tell you to fuck off.
"Do not track" was supposed to represent the user's preference. MS turned it on by default and broke the standard, which is SOP for them.
If only such an organization existed!
Ignoring reality makes you less powerful, not more. If you want real political power in the US, you'll have to do more than vote.
Eating fruit is oral sex with plants and if you don't shit out the seeds in fertile ground, it's rape, obviously!
Did you mean intersection?
It's a paraphrase of Cardinal Richelieu, who not only made the following quote, but practiced what he described: "Show me six lines written by the most honest man in the world, and I will find enough therein to hang him."
When the powerful can manipulate their societies into killing as they see fit, it's best to give them as little excuse as possible. The sitting US president claims that he can legally kill Americans on American soil without trial.
As an afterthought, what if being a student paid just as well as the average white-collar job? Studying diligently is at least as taxing as most full-time jobs.
We should pay the unemployed to enroll in colleges and universities (not merely subsidize the costs of education), since higher levels of education would ultimately benefit society as a whole.
It depends on whether you agree with Malthus that population growth is inevitable or with Condorcet, who believed that birth control could prevent the consequences of exponential population growth.
If the population continues to grow, so too must the economy, or the share of resources available to each person will shrink. There's really no room for argument on that point.
In what sense was the Roman empire not capitalistic?
The major source of labor in the Roman Empire was slave labor, not wage labor, and the major source of wealth was military conquest rather than commerce.
It's extremely difficult for modern people living in industrialized societies to even imagine an alternative to capitalism because it's so pervasive in our world, but it hasn't been around forever and even now capitalism exists only as an imperfectly realized ideal.
I like your argument and agree with your conclusions, but dentures are millennia old at least. http://www.sciencemuseum.org.u...
A sport, by definition
Thinking that you can just assert which definition is correct and proceed from there means you don't understand what's going on. This was essentially a discussion of the definition of "sport"!
I looked it up and this Grizzly piss is far from impressive:
As someone who was almost hit by a bright yellow Ferrari while walking to work in Ginza, I'll take this opportunity to laugh at your ludicrous claim.