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Comment: Re:Why is Obama doing this . . . ? (Score 0) 211

Obama is looking for his real birth certificate which is in a German vault along with the ark of the covenant, 1000s of art masterpieces thought to have been destroyed, $10 trillion dollars worth of gold bricks, and a cryogenic chamber in which the Fuhrer patiently rests.

Comment: Re:yes but (Score 1) 301

by misexistentialist (#47410937) Attached to: Wireless Contraception
"We" don't do it, it's wannabe dictators and parasites who implement such policies. A necessary war could be fought with volunteers and funded with war bonds. It's really a myth that you have to pay government at all, since the cost to forcibly collect generally exceeds what's supposedly owed. With government now printing unlimited money taxation is really just a show of dominance

Comment: Re:Why? (Score 0) 301

by misexistentialist (#47410645) Attached to: Wireless Contraception
The advantage for a woman is that it is totally covert with plausible deniability. Melinda Gates envisions that it will reduce the Negro population by allowing African wives to avoid the trouble of having children while they scam their husbands out of cash; in the police states of the West of course they will scam men out of cash by having a child, with the added convenience of insuring that the father isn't their husband.

Comment: Re:A win for freedom (Score 1) 1318

There is no justification for forcing anyone to pay for anything. Not even spaghetti. Government economic coercion is the real "slippery slope". Contraceptives are predictable expenses and have no business being in insurance, abortion is an elective procedure and shouldn't be covered either. The pressure to force these treatments to be "free" is entirely emotional, and could be said to come from socialist/satanic religious doctrines.

Comment: Re:Let them drink! (Score 1) 532

by misexistentialist (#47329701) Attached to: NYC Loses Appeal To Ban Large Sugary Drinks
Has it been proven? Many people who live excessively long lives end up with dementia and other age-related illnesses which are extremely expensive, not to mention the additional burdens they place on the public pension system. Since the system makes no other tax adjustments justified by projected lifetime social costs it seems clear the focus on smoking is primarily moralistic.

Comment: Re:Problem #1: Usage Cap (Score 1) 184

You should vote with your dollars, find a provider that will give you unlimited usage with higher bandwidth. I'm sure there's plenty of ISPs that would be willing to drop an OC48 (2.4Gb) into your house for a quite a few grand a month.

That's like saying if the local gas chain started charging $4 per fluid oz you have no grounds for complaint since you could have a tanker truck fill up a 10,000 gallon tank in your yard. And why do you need more than a moped anyway? Caps are not justified by the ISP's level of congestion or by the price the ISP pays for bandwidth, it's price-gouging. As long as ISPs hang their wires all over the public ways and get exclusive franchise agreements customers should not put up with being scammed.

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