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komentari (5)

  • PETAR
    29. 11. 2016.
    RADIO S1
  • PETAR
    29. 11. 2016.
    RADIO S1
  • Yulia
    02. 03. 2016.
    Being you, I wouldn't be so glefeul. Americans, not just their gov't have been living above their means for some time. If you check the figures as former Autodesk CEO Walker did, you'll find out that total(public, corporate, personal) debt is at 330% of GDP... Guess when was the last time that happened? Well, before long, DC attitude will be "wah, I want it". And there won't be any money for all the shiny death tech or welfare to appease the voters, since the printing presses can't really create value. Then, both you and the rest of the world will be royally screwed, as an Argentine-style collapse of USA will pretty much drag most of the developed world down.When that happens, whom should I thank for that? You really can't chalk that one to Ozzie... -Schmidt http://gfjaby.com [url=http://nudbpqmw.com]nudbpqmw[/url] [link=http://bpmjgcp.com]bpmjgcp[/link]
  • Ronnie
    02. 03. 2016.
    I like Heinlein on punishment. (From, I think, Starship Troopers). The proicriptson of "cruel and unusual" punishment is witless. Cruelty, OK. It harms the punisher more than the punishee -- especially in cases of capital punishment. But unusual? Eh? So... we can only use punishment that is... usual? As in, it happens all the time? Of what value is punishment that disappears into the background noise? It MUST be unusual to have a salutary effect. Otherwise, you're just engaging in gratuitous cruelty. D.C. al coda.

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