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    Re: First Amendment V. Private Schools

    What situation(s) would it be legal in?
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    Re: Hate vs. Freedom of Speech

    I think the WBC are meanspirited blowhards to whom I'm happy to imbue with the right and ability to get across their message. After all, if they have no right to persuade people to their position on...
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    Re: Polygraph Test

    I guess I'm just not understanding the emphasis you're adding. Or the distinction; why make it illegal for hiring as, say, the permit issuing guy in one spot, but waive that for a law enforcement...
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    Re: Polygraph Test

    Right. I know why they use them. But BOR is saying that it's illegal. So I'm confused.
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    Re: Torture for Maximum Crimes

    Apparently, "she" was hiding more than she was boostin'.


    The church has many more priests . . . Sorry, couldn't resist. *hangs head in shame*


    Well, clearly not being able to torture people...
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    Re: Polygraph Test

    Why then are they used in all federal agencies having a security clearance as a condition of employment?
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    Re: Polygraph Test

    Pesky little problem of the test not being very accurate. You have only a slightly better chance of discerning the truth to questions than if you just guessed whether each answer is truthful or not.
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    Re: Legalizing Marijuana

    Leave the obese alone, you meanie. Say, doesn't crack generally cause weight loss?
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    Re: Legalizing Marijuana

    Meh, I'm somewhat ambivalent leaning towards legalizing it. I wouldn't really care too much except that I like as few laws as possible. The more laws we enact, the less free we are. I enjoy the...
  10. Re: Transparency and Truth Facilitation As Moral Imperatives

    *groan* =P
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    Re: A Mosque Near Ground Zero

    Trying to gloss over reality is laughable. You decry, rightly, that people cheer on these morally wicked acts. I am not drawing a moral equivalency outright, though there is one between one murder...
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    Re: A Mosque Near Ground Zero

    The leftist media? Okie dokie. You can wrap it up however you'd like, but it remains the case that each religion has adherents who enjoy killing people because their holy books tell them to do it. ...
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    I hope your writing is much improved in your soon-to-be published works than on here. Also, one hopes that in there at some point you stop with the wild assertions and get down to logically...
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    Re: Law Enforcement Is Not Your Friend

    I see in thinking about this, Cyjeff isn't gouging out his mental eye. Sure, pigtails and plaid = bad. Some internet whacko handling his business, a-okay.

    Oh, I mean, um, what's going on in here?
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    Re: A Mosque Near Ground Zero

    I didn't bother reading all of your post. After all, if you're going to be so rude as to join a conversation telling us upfront that you have no interest in knowing what any of us thinks, but that...
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    Re: The U.S. Justice System is Broken

    Like you haven't pictured me just that way. =P

    Oh, to the it in this thread: fallacy; you keep using that word. I do think it means what you think it means.
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    Re: The U.S. Justice System is Broken

    123 Loony-Bin Way
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    Re: The U.S. Justice System is Broken

    One wonders if this thing can differentiate between an appeal to unqualified authority, and an appeal to a qualified authority? Apparently, all opinions are equally worhtwhile in its eyes.

    Also,...
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    Re: Extremely Accurate "Radar Detector"

    I like your ideas and wish to subscribe to your journal. =^_^=
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    Re: A Mosque Near Ground Zero

    Ok, then allow me to be the first to say it: I hereby label Islam as a separate sect which is tolerant of other religions. There, Muslims, you're welcome. You can now stay. I accept donations;...
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    Re: A Mosque Near Ground Zero

    The issues are distinct. The suicide bombers did their deeds specifically motivated by their religious faith. McVeigh was a terrorist who also just happened to have been a Christian; his faith...
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    Re: A Mosque Near Ground Zero

    Why would you say such a thing? Is there any reason you have to think that I do not explicitly support your right to think anything you'd like? You are free to believe whatever you want. So long...
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    Re: A Mosque Near Ground Zero

    I said no such thing.

    Yes, they were our first, and hence worst, attempts at understanding the universe. We've learned a lot since then.

    Even if I accept that this is true, it leaves me in...
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    Re: A Mosque Near Ground Zero

    Presumably this is directed to me. Jeff, you should really read for comprehension. There is no possible way to read that in what I wrote. Well, I guess there is a possible way: just make it up to...
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    Re: A Mosque Near Ground Zero

    It's hard to make such a claim with a straight face considering that the Hadith demands the murder of those who do not accept their prophet. Perverted? Hardly; their action had all the holy writ...
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