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Comment: Re:I think this is bullshit (Score 4, Insightful) 1746

by mikelieman (#46652553) Attached to: Brendan Eich Steps Down As Mozilla CEO

Erlich's "religious freedom" ends at the perimeter of his own self.

The moment he tried to apply his cognitive framing TO OTHER PEOPLE, he went off the rails.

If he contributed to islamic organizations opposing freedom of women to drive or appear in public without hajib, would that be OK?

Comment: Re:Which company bought this 'new' rule? (Score 1) 1143

by mikelieman (#45382199) Attached to: EPA Makes Most Wood Stoves Illegal

Do you like those traffic lights at the intersection of roads? You realize that all the RED lights are on TOP of the stack, and they're all the same shade of red? That's the Feds...

Tell us how to get those without the other 'free riders', and I'm sure if it's a good idea people will give it an honest listen.

But just because YOU don't like some of the things DEMOCRATICALLY ELECTED REPRESENTATIVES ENACT, doesn't give you the right to destroy our government.

If you think of the US as "The Great Satan", you're not a "Patriot", are you?

Comment: Re:you really want to know what obamacare is? (Score 0) 382

by mikelieman (#45117459) Attached to: Obamacare Website Fixes Could Take Two Weeks Or Two Months

It's not supposed to be a market. It's supposed to just be a front-end to redirect you to your state's market, IF your state wasn't too lazy, negligent or incompetent to setup their own sites. If you didn't want to take what you get after dropping the ball, maybe your state should have taken care of you correctly?

Comment: Re:Still faster / easier to apply than it used to (Score 2, Informative) 382

by mikelieman (#45117443) Attached to: Obamacare Website Fixes Could Take Two Weeks Or Two Months

Why didn't your state setup their own exchange like my own, New York? It worked great. The fed site redirected me right to new york's site.

Easy Peasy.

I guess if the state you live in just couldn't get the job done themselves, and NEEDS TO RELY ON THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO DO IT FOR THEM, well, beggers can't be choosers, can they?

Comment: Re:wtf (Score 5, Informative) 662

by mikelieman (#44037627) Attached to: Supreme Court Decides Your Silence May Be Used Against You

When speaking to a police officer, there are only two things to say:

(1) "Am I Under Arrest"

Which will generate either a yes or no. Any answer other than "Yes" prompts the following question:

(2) "Can I Go Now?"

Which will generate either a yes or no. Any answer other than "Yes" prompts the following question:

(1) "Am I Under Arrest"

repeat....

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