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PostSubject: Re: Varsai's Blog   Sat Nov 01, 2008 1:03 am

Imma Christian. I'm just not Ultra-Conservative. >___>

I don't like Gay Marriage, but I can tolerate it as long as it doesn't involve me directly.

I don't give a care about Halloween. It's supposed to be bad or whatever, but I don't like it anyway so....

I like Harry Potter. I don't think it's demonizing children unless they take it too far and go nuts.

I don't care about video games. If someone can seperate reality from the virtual world then there's no problem.

I believe there's a God. If someone has a problem with that, they could fuck off.

I don't mind being around Atheists, as long as they don't push their beliefs with hate.

I don't believe that all muslims are bad people, and I think that the media is doing a half-assed job of stressing that.

I take some parts of the Bible literally and others passively. I don't believe that the Bible is one big poem though.

I believe in the book of Revelation. I think that it's the most compelling book in the Bible.

I don't believe that the people that buy guns are really just buying it for "protection"

I believe in Abortion and the woman's right to choose.

I support Stem Cell Research. It is the key to unlocking the secrets of diseases.

I don't support the idea of scientist trying to genetically engenre prehistoric creatures from modern animals.

I don't support the colonization of the planets.

I don't support Offshore Drilling.

If I was old enough to vote, I would vote for Obama.

I'm Anti-Racist, and I think that anyone that has problems with that should eat shit.

I don't believe that Christianity was spread through war.

I believe that most of the rules laid out in the Bible are "Common Sense" Rules.

..........I could go on if you want. study
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PostSubject: Re: Varsai's Blog   Sat Nov 01, 2008 1:21 am

We're similar I'll make a list when I'm not dead beat tired...but we're close

Let's see I do believe in god, but I take most religious texts as interupatations of his words, in other words not exactly what he said.

I have gay and lesbian friends that I get along with, they have the right to marry just like people can interracilly.

Harry Potter/D&D have nothing to do with demons or magic, it's a book and a game...that's it

I play video games. If someone can seperate reality from the virtual world then there's no problem.

I don't mind being around Atheists, as long as they don't push their beliefs with hate or mock mine.

I don't believe that all muslims are bad people, and I think that the media is doing a half-assed job of stressing that.

I take some parts of the Bible literally and others passively. I don't believe that the Bible is one big poem though.

I believe in Abortion and the woman's right to choose.

I support Stem Cell Research. It is the key to unlocking the secrets of diseases.

I think that people will twist the words in the bible and other religious texts into meaning that other worlds are meant for us, but I neither support nor disapprove of this.

I think most politicians use God and believers to make them appear 'good' when they really aren't

And that's it for now.
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PostSubject: Re: Varsai's Blog   Sat Nov 01, 2008 1:06 pm

Are american teens really becoming so stupid that they think text speak is actually how you spell things?

My friend was telling me about his english class yesterday, a girl asked him if sucks was spelled S-U-X or S-U-K-S...really we need to start leaving the stupid kids behind and show that if you actually think like that you will go no where in life. Even if you invent something amazing or something like that your still a dipshit moron who can't F#%^ing spell
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PostSubject: Re: Varsai's Blog   Sat Nov 01, 2008 1:08 pm

.....well that suxs. scratch
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PostSubject: Re: Varsai's Blog   Sat Nov 01, 2008 1:09 pm

Shocked .... Suspect .... lol!
That was my reaction....to yoyo btw...
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PostSubject: Re: Varsai's Blog   Sat Nov 01, 2008 1:16 pm

......last night, I looked up the word "PWN" and tried to see if there's an actual pronunciation for it. study

Pawn
PuhOwned

Pint
Pawnt

Pond

.............pewned. scratch
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PostSubject: Re: Varsai's Blog   Sat Nov 01, 2008 1:17 pm

scratch Interesting...
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PostSubject: Re: Varsai's Blog   Sat Nov 01, 2008 1:20 pm

.....I think of it as Pawned. Like the Chess Piece. bounce
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PostSubject: Re: Varsai's Blog   Sat Nov 01, 2008 1:21 pm

.....well I'm off to continue reading mah books. I'll be back later. study
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PostSubject: Re: Varsai's Blog   Sat Nov 01, 2008 1:23 pm

That's how I think of it too...have fun studying...at least someone young in america is doing it.
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PostSubject: Re: Varsai's Blog   Sun Nov 02, 2008 1:20 am

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Fine fine, I know I changed them like five times in the last few minutes but that's just because it's the only thing I can do with only one hand on the computer. (Holding my cell phone in the other before you say anything.)

Ha! I just read this... Yeaaaahhhh. We all know you what you were doin'. And to avatars pics no less! For shame!
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PostSubject: Re: Varsai's Blog   Sun Nov 02, 2008 8:35 am

^Lol
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PostSubject: Re: Varsai's Blog   Sun Nov 02, 2008 9:21 am

.............................oh............ Shocked
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PostSubject: Re: Varsai's Blog   Sun Nov 02, 2008 8:33 pm

Vices are those acts by which a man harms himself or his property.
Crimes are those acts by which one man harms the person or property of another.
Vices are simply the errors which a man makes in his search after his own happiness. Unlike crimes, they imply no malice toward others, and no interference with their persons or property.
In vices, the very essence of crime --- that is, the design to injure the person or property of another --- is wanting.
It is a maxim of the law that there can be no crime without a criminal intent; that is, without the intent to invade the person or property of another. But no one ever practises a vice with any such criminal intent. He practises his vice for his own happiness solely, and not from any malice toward others.
Unless this clear distinction between vices and crimes be made and recognized by the laws, there can be on earth no such thing as individual right, liberty, or property; no such things as the right of one man to the control of his own person and property, and the corresponding and coequal rights of another man to the control of his own person and property.
For a government to declare a vice to be a crime, and to punish it as such, is an attempt to falsify the very nature of things. It is as absurd as it would be to declare truth to be falsehood, or falsehood truth.


Every voluntary act of a man’s life is either virtuous or vicious. That is to say, it is either in accordance, or in conflict, with those natural laws of matter and mind, on which his physical, mental, and emotional health and well-being depend. In other words, every act of his life tends, on the whole, either to his happiness, or to his unhappiness. No single act in his whole existence is indifferent.
Furthermore, each human being differs in his physical, mental, and emotional constitution, and also in the circumstances by which he is surrounded, from every other human being. Many acts, therefore, that are virtuous, and tend to happiness, in the case of one person, are vicious, and tend to unhappiness, in the case of another person.
Many acts, also, that are virtuous, and tend to happiness, in the case of one man, at one time, and under one set of circumstances, are vicious, and tend to unhappiness, in the case of the same man, at another time, and under other circumstances.


To know what actions are virtuous, and what vicious --- in other words, to know what actions tend, on the whole, to happiness, and what to unhappiness --- in the case of each and every man, in each and all the conditions in which they may severally be placed, is the profoundest and most complex study to which the greatest human mind ever has been, or ever can be, directed. It is, nevertheless, the constant study to which each and every man --- the humblest in intellect as well as the greatest --- is necessarily driven by the desires and necessities of his own existence. It is also the study in which each and every person, from his cradle to his grave, must necessarily form his own conclusions; because no one else knows or feels, or can know or feel, as he knows and feels, the desires and necessities, the hopes, and fears, and impulses of his own nature, or the pressure of his own circumstances.
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PostSubject: Re: Varsai's Blog   Mon Nov 03, 2008 7:38 pm

What is freedom?

By Dr. Carl Milsted

What is freedom? It seems like such a simple question. Freedom is being able to do what you want to do. Duh! Allow me to demonstrate.

I'm tired of working for a living. I'd rather collect taxes. So that's what I'm going to do: collect The Milsted Tax. You are hereby ordered to estimate your income from the past 12 months, and write me a check for mere 1%. I have thoughtfully provided a mailing address for this purpose on my contact page …

What? You have a problem with my plan? Oh, I see. If you have to send me a check for The Milsted Tax, then I have interfered with your freedom to spend that money as you see fit. We have conflict! And our essential problem: we cannot indulge all freedoms at the same time; we must settle for a subset. But which subset?

Libertarians opt for a subset based on self-consistency. They define freedom as being able to do what you want to do as long as it doesn't interfere with the equal right of others to do likewise. That is, freedom is being able to do as you like as long as you do not initiate force or fraud against another's life, liberty or property. The word "initiate" is thrown in because libertarians do believe in the right of self defense.

This definition is mostly self-consistent; you can build an impressive legal and ethical framework on just this principle, and libertarians do. Their quest for philosophical self-consistency often becomes more important than common sense, or even freedom itself. The libertarian movement attracts more Vulcans than any other. A typical Libertarian Party convention is a tedious exercise in legalistic nitpicking.

The libertarian definition rules out the freedoms to steal, murder, commit fraud, or enslave. Otherwise, you can do what you want. This is rather uncontroversial until you realize that taxation is theft; war is murder and vandalism; and national service is a form of slavery. Since only governments have a legal right to initiate force, libertarians focus on shrinking, or even eliminating, government. The libertarian definition of freedom is thus Freedom from the Government.

Freedom from the Government is important, but it is not the only freedom. Recall my “Milsted Tax.” If I could collect it, it would increase my freedom enormously. Currently, I have a day job; 40 hours of the week I am under orders from my employer. If I could instead collect taxes, I’d be a free agent for an extra 40 hours per week. I would have Freedom from the Boss.

Of course, we cannot all sit at home collecting taxes. Somebody has to work. But today, some have to work many more hours than others for the same income, which is offensive to liberals and socialists. They note that wealth inequality can constitute a power relationship similar to that between mugger and victim, government and governed. They argue rightly that narrowing the wealth gap can produce a net increase in freedom overall, even as they call for regulations, taxation and even nationalization of industries.

Freedom from the Government and Freedom from the Boss are both important freedoms. When the libertarian vision of free-wheeling capitalism is fully unleashed, we end up with sweatshops and machine guns pointed at strikers. When the Left treats Freedom from the Boss as the only freedom, we get communism: dictatorship, bureaucracy, poverty, starvation, and prison camps. Balance is needed!

Consider yet another freedom:

Thurston wants to live in a quiet, beautiful neighborhood with manicured lawns tastefully decorated. Earl wants to ride his Harley and restore his 1969 Pontiac GTO in his front yard. Muffy wants a safe place to raise her children, free from the influences of drugs and pornography. Ringo wants to fire up some quality weed and have a nude pool party in his back yard. Starflower want to commune with nature, surrounded by ten thousand acres of old growth forest, with no evidence of technology or humanity in sight. She really wants Freedom from Everyone Else.

Freedom from Everyone Else is harder to preserve the higher the population grows. Preserving it entails measures such as government ownership of large chunks of land, restrictive gated communities, and restrictions on immigration. Both environmentalists and communitarians demand a form of this freedom. And what they call for often deeply conflicts with both libertarian and liberal ideals.

Perfect freedom is impossible. Complete fulfillment of one of these freedom visions result in great loss of the other freedoms. Balance is required to make everyone happy – or at least less unhappy.

But how do we achieve balance? Do we simply split the difference between the demands of the existing political factions? Does balance mean mere compromise?

Or can we do better? Why not look for ways to improve on all three freedoms? Let us search for ways to shrink the government and shrink the wealth gap. Let us look for ways to preserve wilderness and allow for human industry and habitation. Let us have manicured lawn communities and cars on blocks communities.

Yes, we must have compromise, but we can minimize compromise by looking for synergies. To find synergies, however, we must get out of the teamist mentality. We must learn to appreciate the values held dear by others and recognize the limitations of our own vision of freedom. To that end, the next few pages will address each freedom vision in turn, pointing out both the beauties and the limitations. The rest of this web site is devoted to ideas I have come across once I got out of my own tunnel vision. The red buttons on the left address economic equality vs. freedom from excessive government; the green buttons address the environment; and the blue buttons morality. The rainbow buttons point to articles on Holistic Politics in general. For the most part, the articles are self-contained; feel free to read them in any order.
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PostSubject: Re: Varsai's Blog   Mon Nov 03, 2008 10:01 pm

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Perfect freedom is impossible. Complete fulfillment of one of these freedom visions result in great loss of the other freedoms. Balance is required to make everyone happy – or at least less unhappy.
Ahhh, there in lies the crux of the problem. How do you make everyone happy? That is a philisophical impossibility. For there are always those who would be angry, unhappy, unfulfilled, etc., than anyone else. You cannot change human nature. Many have tried and ultimately failed...
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PostSubject: Re: Varsai's Blog   Mon Nov 03, 2008 10:24 pm

With what Dr. Milsted and I have talked about and what else he has written he says something along the lines as this will always be a problem and may never be solved.
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PostSubject: Re: Varsai's Blog   Tue Nov 04, 2008 8:45 am

And the big question is, would you want this "problem" "solved"? I think it's the diversity of our ideas that make humanity stronger. It's what makes life interesting. Otherwise, if everyone was thinking the same generic stuff, think of how boring and dead life would be?.... Neutral
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PostSubject: Re: Varsai's Blog   Tue Nov 04, 2008 9:35 am

Yes I would like everyone to have perfect freedom but that is in of itself impossible, maybe Bob want to be the only human alive should we let him kill the rest of us to have his freedom? In the end it is impossible to do some so I say let's just try to let as many people be as happy as possible.
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PostSubject: Re: Varsai's Blog   Sat Nov 08, 2008 9:25 pm

Dear republicans,

Years ago, I told my Republican friends that George Bush would destroy the Republican Party. Well, it finally happened. The GOP just received a well-deserved spanking at the polls, and we are looking at a new era of one-party rule by the Democrats.

The signs were obvious for those not drinking the talking-points Kool Aid. Bush was no Ronald Reagan. Reagan was a great orator and a self-made man who rose up despite an alcoholic father. W. Bush is a stumble-tongued alcoholic who rode on his daddy’s coattails. Reagan called for getting government off our backs and sometimes delivered. Bush gave us ballooning budgets, nationalization of the public schools, the PATRIOT Act, crony capitalism, and a new federal entitlement. With “conservatives” like Bush, might as well vote socialist (funny that's what McSame called Obama).

The Republican Party deserved its spanking, but I fear one-party rule by the Democrats. So, in the interest of maintaining competition, here is my advice to the GOP so we don’t end up with corrupt one-party rule:

1. Lose the seniority system. Your method of nominating presidential candidates favors those who ran before, no matter how badly. When it comes to orators, it’s hard to do worse than Bob Dole or either Bush. Get rid of your winner-take-all primaries. Better yet, adopt score voting.

2. Remember your libertarian wing. You can justify tax cuts for the rich if they are part of an overall plan of small government and free enterprise. Otherwise, you are just the country-club party the Democrats say you are.

3. Corruption, it stinks. You cannot be the party of Christian morality and the party of Halliburton. Decide.

4. Competence, it matters. Don’t just hand out appointments to your fundraising cronies. The results can be embarrassing. Remember Katrina.

5. Science, it really works. Deal with it or lose the educated vote.

6. You cannot be the bubba party and the boardroom party at the same time. If you want the God-fearing, gun-toting, blue-collar masses on your side, you cannot turn around and attack unions, foster merger mania and give handouts to the rich.

7. Do your homework. Don’t go invading countries you don’t understand. Learn why democracy as we know it is not a panacea. (Again, consider score voting.)

8. Introspection is patriotic. Many an empire has fallen because its leaders believed their own propaganda. Even if you want to be interventionists, listen to the Ron Pauls. The U.S. has made evil mistakes in the past and we are paying the price.

9. Learn some economics. Just because you love capitalism doesn’t mean you understand it. The Republican Party has become the Keynesian economics party and doesn’t even know it.

10. Deficits matter. Today’s deficits are tomorrow’s high taxes. Given the looming retirement of the Baby Boomers, we need to run large budget surpluses now or face national bankruptcy.

11. Understand the Laffer Curve. When marginal tax rates are at 70%, tax cuts do indeed increase revenues. When they are at 35%, tax cuts reduce government revenues.

12. Have an urban agenda. The Republican Party has become the rural party. It desperately needs to put together a compelling agenda for making city life better. Think neighborhood zoning, tradable easements, school choice, better traffic systems, community fostering architecture, pollution control, noise abatement, and ending the drug war.

13. Most importantly no more Bushes or Palins the eveangelicals are not your base and people who talk to God do not belong in high offices if they say that they want holy wars. And Eveangelicals are not your base! No matter how much you think they are freedom lovers, centralists and libertarians will flock to you if you stop bending over and losening your rectum for them.

There you have it, Republicans. Learn from these lessons or face being a minority party until the Democrats become unbearably corrupt.
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