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    Default Re: Legal Theory and Politics: Private Social Contracts and the Constitution

    Do you have any suggestions that will enable better compliance with the theory of at-will employment?

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    Default Re: Legal Theory and Politics: Private Social Contracts and the Constitution

    I suggest that rather than making us suffer further, you write your paper and let your professor critique it.

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    I suggest that rather than making us suffer further, you write your paper and let your professor critique it.
    I am not under the impression, that ventures undertaken for the greater glory of human understanding can be considered a truer form of suffering (even if some suffering, or new habits are acquired as a result).

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    I am not under the impression, that ventures undertaken for the greater glory of human understanding can be considered a truer form of suffering (even if some suffering, or new habits are acquired as a result).
    You appear to be willingfully ignorant, not willing to learn and/or understand by your constant position of being RIGHT despite the fact, obvious in the responses you have received, that you aren't. (see passive-aggressive behavior, passive-aggressive personality disorder)

    Your response about ventures and human understanding being truer form of suffering is immature and irrelevant.

    Hire a tutor. Pay someone to suffer with you.

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    You appear to be willingfully ignorant, not willing to learn and/or understand by your constant position of being RIGHT despite the fact, obvious in the responses you have received, that you aren't. (see passive-aggressive behavior, passive-aggressive personality disorder)

    Your response about ventures and human understanding being truer form of suffering is immature and irrelevant.

    Hire a tutor. Pay someone to suffer with you.
    Can you cite specific uniform codes for that; or are you merely relying on fallacy?

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    Default Re: Legal Theory and Politics: Private Social Contracts and the Constitution

    Do you have any suggestions for public policy that will enable better compliance with the theory of at-will employment; you are using too many fallacies to attempt to deny and disparage mine.

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    Default Re: Legal Theory and Politics: Private Social Contracts and the Constitution

    This discussion has become unproductive.

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