You are awfully naive.
You are awfully naive.
In most common-law jurisdictions, you cannot "own" property outright. Where your deed is held fee-simple, you do not own the land at all. You merely own the right to improve upon it, generally by placing structures upon the surface of it, or to a depth reasonable, necessary, and blessed by your government overlords, as with a basement.
You don't own the land beneath the surface or any of the mineral content thereof.
You don't own the vegetation that grows in it, nor the right for your animals to eat it.
You don't own the water that falls on it, runs into it, or out of it.
You own nothing except a conceptual privilege to build your house on it, subject to the rules, regulations, and conditions set forth by your lords and their "zoning" rules.
Yes, it does. Americans are incapable of thinking outside the box and considering options not presented to them by their puppet masters.
I can believe that the government and NSA have been reading my email a lot more easily than I can believe that this guy is lying.
What a great movie that was... I
$200K/year buys you retirement at 55, and that right there is fucking happiness.
Can you please post this in plaintext? I can't read it as it is since I don't have the key.
As the article states, these acts were committed in China, where they may or may not be legal.
Next thing we know, US Police will start writing tickets for people speeding in Belgium.
It's not April 1, but perhaps they just overslept?
We have to put a stop to this dangerous movement of self-creation and innovation that is not under the protective regulation of government. We need common sense laws immediately that require all 3D printers to be registered, and licensure for their operators.
We cannot allow this threat to our national security to continue.
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