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Where in the test does it say "morally justified"? so far as I can see question 9 "torturing innocent people is morally wrong" is the only question which obliges you to define any morals.
I have no respect for your argument, TS.
@ TS, go to Norway instead, it's a bit welthier over here.
So, nobody here mentions the fact that Sweden has the highest rape rate in Europe???
The music scene doesn't reflect the country at all, just a heads up. Unless you're going up north it's incredibly uninteresting.
And -3? Who told you that lie?
Well yes. He's, at best, a social-democrat, no doubt. Question on S.D - is it just huggable capitalism? Like welfare state, etc. Or is it the reformist path to socialism? Not in terms of what it actually is, but what it claims to be.
did you seriously just start a thread about what to do when your shoes are starting to wear out?
Fail troll is fail. You listening to Yngwie Malmsteen talk about his childhood again?
Well, it's true that the younger part of our population isn't that close minded
I'm fine with regular substitution problems, but this word problem is really bothering me:
A writing workshop enrolls novelists and poets in a ratio of 5 to 3. There are 24 people at the workshop. How many novelists are there? How many poets are there?
I've tried to write down some equations, but they were all wrong. Does n + p = 24?
People are ignorant racists
People are depressed
People are alcoholists
If you're gay or don't belong to the church, you're going to hell
I quit FaceBook when I realized it was basically being used for the people to take the p*ss out of me...
This was done for a humorized talk-show here in Norway. This is just one (lame) of a few sketches he did. He took on the persona of a pretty rude and somewhat controversial norwegian humorist and did a lot of things a 12-13 year old kid shouldn't have done...
Sort of like Andy Milonakis, except instead of acting like a child, he is one.
The more I read about the potato famine the more it enrages me at how needles it was.
My sociology teacher (who is technically a history teacher) was lost for words when someone in the class the other day didn't know about the famine. They then made it so much better by adding "I never heard about it on the news. Must have happened when I was away ski-ing".
Another great one from that class was someone who was convinced Che Guevara was "that boxer or something".
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This so lame, the kid looks like he just came out of a private school to record this.
Wikipedia has a good summary:
And from Progress and Poverty by Henry George:
That's not entirely fair. The potato famine is a good example of why property in land can be dangerous but not necessarily the free market. It certainly doesn't refute the views of Albert Nock or Henry George anyway.
You mightn't be able to call them truly anything, but there's certainly enough complexity and depth that we're able to lable them as capitalism, social democracy, etc.
Actually this is largely organisational management with just a few ties into economics. Something that confuses alot of people is thinking that working hard and what we'd think of as a good attitude towards work means that more work will be done. Working hard =/= higher productivity. Pretty much every in-depth study into workplace behaviour has shown that the more decentralised the power structure is, and the happier employees are, they'll be more productive than other workers. Not only that, but there's less absenteeism, faulty productions, workplace disputes, etc, which are good things for a business and reduces the amount of production lost over the long run.
Funnily enough, this is one of the primary goals of socialism.
Unfortunately, thats not how things work out. Typically, the more free an economy gets, the worse things are going to get for 99% of the population, the economic cycle becomes far more volatile (the two deepest economic cycles recorded hit as high as 30% employment in some cases, and both happened in times with very laissez-faire-esque economic conditions) and big business grabs a greater hold on the markets.
Not to mention that big businesses will realise everything that held them back before is gone, try and have their cake and eat it too then fuck up badly, resulting in business collapses that could potentially take out the entire industry. Is it possible for businesses to regulate themselves? Sure. Are they going to? Not until they see the results of not regulating themselves is, which I frankly don't think is a wise thing to risk, and when history ticks around the same mistakes will be repeated.
Correlation =/= Causation
Those times also coincide with monumentally large scale wars. Make of that what you will.
I've always quite liked Nevermore
retarded kids lit trashcans on fire and it got in the newspaper.
heroin shots found outside school
2 teachers gave detention to a friend for wearing a dimmu borgir hoodie saying "in satan we trust"