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  • BrutePhysics

    BrutePhysics

    March 11, 2015, 2:45 am

    Anecdotal evidence is great and all. And I think we all know people who give up things to help themselves or their kids advance but for every anecdote about the guy who gives stuff up there is an anecdote about the person who gives stuff up and still needs welfare to advance.

    I could talk about how my mom gave up and struggled with a lot of things growing up so that I could make it to college and be more successful than her. On top of her doing all of these things, I seriously doubt that I would have been able to have these opportunities without food stamps every once in a while, or unemployment checks. Malnutrition and lack of financial support would have seriously hindered me.

    Anecdotes just don't apply to broad generalizations. I am not saying that no rich person deserves their wealth, but I am also offended by the "all the poor deserve it" mentality. There are plenty of non-anecdotal reasons for progressive systems and there is no need to drop down to this level of evidence.

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  • ApokalypseCow

    ApokalypseCow

    March 10, 2015, 1:14 pm

    Just this Friday I broke up with my girlfriend of 2 years, 7 months. Nothing epic, just that we are wildly different people. She's gorgeous, a wonderful lover, and a very sweet (if occasionally quirky) personality, and I think we had maybe 3 fights in all that time (nothing physical, and we were able to talk through it). I hated to do it to her, and I know I broke her heart, but at least she called me the other day saying she wanted to try to stay friends, so that makes me feel a little better.

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  • cspearow

    cspearow

    March 10, 2015, 4:12 pm

    We take care of children in our society until they get to be adults. It's the only way to keep the country going. So we give kids a break for about 18 years before we expect them to earn their keep.

    We pay taxes to the government, who then uses that money to fund projects for the common good, things that aren't feasible for individuals to pay for. I can't build my own roads or run my own fire department, so the government takes care of that with my tax money.

    If I go unemployed for a while, I will collect unemployment checks from the government, paid by my taxes.

    When I retire, I will live on the money that I have saved, plus Social Security, which I have paid into.

    At no point will I expect the government to give me anything for free.

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  • rm999

    rm999

    March 10, 2015, 9:49 am

    Yes, but that is because it was an *accident* on the job. I don't want to get into this argument because it never goes well on Reddit, but the cop did not murder the kid, it was unintentional. I wouldn't expect you or myself to get the chair if we accidentally ran someone over either. The policeman definitely used poor judgment and deserves some punishment (as I said, I think something is coming), but his bad judgment was in the line of duty, and a cop's job inherently puts him in more danger than my cubicle job.

    If I were tasing people from my car and I accidentally killed someone, I definitely would expect a bigger punishment than this cop will get.

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  • GenericUserName

    GenericUserName

    March 10, 2015, 6:17 pm

    I grew up very poor and had to be careful with my money. I'm a computer engineer and my current car is 15 years old (old car by choice dude high five!). It's the nicest car I've ever owned. I knew poor people who would splurge when they probably shouldn't have and buy cable tv or a new walkman (I'm old), but I never knew real financial profligacy until I got into the middle/upper middle class. It's ridiculous how many people I know to whom six figures is barely enough to survive. They have to have an 16-room McMansions and every new gadget that comes out. But as long as they don't go off the deep end (and as long as they have a good income and social connections they won't go very far) they will send their kids to school with other upper middle class people, where they'll get the connections to get other upper middle class jobs, no matter what they're intelligence or work ethic. Before I became an engineer I taught high school in one of the richest districts in my state. I've seen it a thousand times.

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  • nooneelse

    nooneelse

    March 11, 2015, 9:17 am

    Yeah, I dealt with similar issues in an old place I lived in. One system I used was to roll up little strips of paper towels, slot those into the cracks around the frame (and between the window frame and the frame of each window pane, and between the window pane frames and the glass --there were gaps at every stage of the system--), then use some less adhesive tape over the cracks. The paper towel wedding reduces the air pressure that the tape has to handle. I would have used some expanding foam but I wanted to be able to remove most of it so the windows could operate in warm weather. Actually I did use foam in some of the cases where removal wasn't an issue, in some cases the expanding pressure of the foam I had would have damaged some of the weak wood that was still there. All in all, it was something of a hobby, testing different systems and seeing their weak and strong points.

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  • dr_draik

    dr_draik

    March 10, 2015, 4:54 pm

    I'm suggesting that noone should have the friggin bomb. But unless Israel attacks Iran, I don't see them using the ones they have, and they're not about to invade Iran. Whatever international support they have would be pretty scarce were they to commit an act of aggression like that (sort-of like how the US lost moral authority during its invasion of Iraq). So effectively I'm saying that Israel's nukes aren't a threat to Iran unless Iran decided to go to war with Israel. And if the nukes aren't a threat then the "he's got one we need one" argument loses its premise.

    >This is why the plutonomy don't want Iran to have the bomb.

    "The plutonomy" sounds little vague and conspiracy theorist - what do you mean by that?

    Secondly, it's not about a plutonomy, whatever your definition of that, not wanting Iran to have the bomb. It's about everyone wanting noone to have the bomb. Every country that gains nuclear weapons is a step in the wrong direction!

    On the issue of Israel's lies: I can't tell you what is true and what isn't. I can say that you obviously need to apply critical analysis to whatever news you read and consider the biases of the source, regardless of the side it seems to be on. You can't deny that there were rockets being fired into Israel from Gaza, but at the same time you can't deny that the Israeli troops injured and killed innocents when they went in. It's a messy situation. I'm just trying to point out that neither side has clean hands there.

    But I think you may have missed the point in my first paragraph - a nation founded in war does not soon forget its foundation. Israel is, and will remain, a nation at arms because of how it was formed and the ensuing attempts to destroy it (you can't claim that 1967 and 1973 were Israeli aggression) and assuming that Israel will back down from its militarised nature is just a tad naive.

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  • Bi0mesis

    Bi0mesis

    March 10, 2015, 4:19 pm

    Yeah, you're probably right, not to say that I'm from Québec which doesn't help at all. But still, in my opinion, it is complete non-sense to support such government, I wish it could be obvious for everyone that the Canada needs to be a leader in the world, not a second-class country, full of resources, protected by another country that goes nowhere.

    I'd be ashamed to vote for a party that doesn't give a fuck about our environment, is slowing down scientific researches to the benefit of religious thoughts and who is literally GIVING our resources to one of the world richest country.

    If you support this kind of organization and this kind of Prime Minister, an arrogant, spoiled man who has serious difficulty at taking major decisions, you should maybe go back to school.

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