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  1. I think it was in December when you started using the "consolidation is contraction" line. I don't think it was your original thought.
  2. Things like this are extremely difficult to digest. Sincere condolences.
  3. I'm sorry, I can not edit. She was a member. Again, zero aggression seen from you. I was born in 1971 you Ephing Turd from Ephingham. Excuse my naval-gazing. "Zero Aggression Principle": A libertarian is a person who believes that no one has the right, under any circumstances, to initiate force against another human being for any reason whatever; nor will a libertarian advocate the initiation of force, or delegate it to anyone else. Those who act consistently with this principle are libertarians, whether they realize it or not. Those who fail to act consistently with it are not libertarians, regardless of what they may claim. — L. Neil Smith
  4. I'm not really a libertarian, I'm an independent thinker. My grandmother was a libertarian, my grandfather an independent and both parents independents. I'm a Catholic by birth, Mennonite by choice (pacifist), and aware of other religious, political, economic, and social teachings. I have friends on every continent, apart from the polar one (that I can think of) and genuinely try to think of the world as my home. Now, I'm going to try to ignore the threads that I may be a part of dragging on and on.
  5. Usually libertarians don't want to hurt people and don't want to take things from people.
  6. That 2012 team Luers team was fun to watch. 3 losses on the field, one to Snider and two to two very good Ohio schools. https://www.hudl.com/video/2/32745/5721a2c390eead5d90871cca 11 state championship coaches video https://www.hudl.com/video/2/32745/5721a5870c5e6812245fb141
  7. I liked the Luers-Tri-West game at the time. https://www.hudl.com/video/2/32745/5721a46a0c5e6812245d0f1e
  8. I just go with the flow. I don't think contraction is needed. Kids want to represent their schools. Let the kids be kids.
  9. You can take some history courses, too. Of course, you might want to take them at a private university. Nobody's work is diminished. He does very good things and doesn't horde his ideas, nor his wealth, so it seems. My parents never told me the world wasn't fair. They told me to do the best I can, visit the world, do what I would like to do, be kind, and to be respectful....among other things. Absolutely, one should choose. But in a capitalistic society, one has to play within the capitalistic rules set up by that government. Some say China is communist, some say socialist, some say fascist, but there is a lot of capitalism happening in their ranks. I think large churches are communist or socialist, but you don't see their members saying that, but when members need help, the churches shut their doors more often than not. Small, local churches help until it hurts. Simple observations. As usual, we're more alike than we're different, we just have different ways of perceiving things and communicating. i'm not deriding as much as stating that they are controlling/monopolistic, the antithesis of capitalism. From living in Latin America, I can tell you that from my experience and perspective, the racism, sexism, classism, and other isms are worse. I'm not sure about Asia, but here that they could be.
  10. I'm thinking more of the generational wealthy and royalty and the large churches of the world. I am by no means putting anyone down who works hard. I know a few-- trust fund babies who work very hard. Simply ignore.
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