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"The right to buy weapons is the right to be free." -A.E. van Vogt
That's an astute an observation as I've ever seen on the true geometry of the situation, Tam.
The architecture duky noted, that still leaves the two sides any pot has; that would be the "inside" vs the "outside". I think Mr. Beck has a too-dark view of the transition process from the latter to the former locale myself. Not to say there's no cause for concern, but given the practical realities of gun distribution through US society, precisely who is going to enforce the invitation to supper here?
That would be "duly noted".No wonder the architect is so irritable. :)
Looks like the citizens of California are itchin' for a fight with Economics. Not that I do not feel sorry for them, but I don't a need to see the odds before I place a bet with my bookie--if you know what I'm saying.wv = "ncitiori"; Clatto...Verata...Ncitiori(cough cough)
Will,The simple answer is, everyone else into the pot.Until the masses understand that outright ethical challenge before them, they'll continue to threaten all others with the institution of government, in one way or another.
Will,What he said. ^^^^^That's the beauty of their system. When there's two people at the table, everybody knows who ate what, but we've got 300,000,000 people all assuming that somebody else is picking up their check. Each and every one.
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