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  • Mesca

    Mesca

    March 10, 2015, 11:52 pm

    I don't wish to debate with you the validity of taxes. I think a country has to levy taxes to operate. The question of "just how much tax" and "just how much government" is an open one, and is an interesting topic of discussion. But I do believe the answer in both cases is not ZERO.

    If you can concede that there will be *some tax* funding *some government*, and if we can put aside for the moment "just how much".... the next interesting question is, *how should we distribute the tax burden?* And what I am saying is, eliminating people from the tax rolls completely, leads to a lack of a sense of responsibility on those left off, and in extreme cases, it leads to an inappropriate and unhealthy sense of entitlement.

    I am for lower taxes. I am for progressive taxes. I am not for ZERO tax on a significant portion of the citizens, certainly not 50%.

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  • mredd

    mredd

    March 10, 2015, 5:45 pm

    > The only laws that are different in Israel are:

    > * who can immigrate.

    > * who must serve in the army. Arabs actually have it better off than the Jews in that sense.

    > All the rest is the same. Any discrepancy is illegal and can be contested in the courts, as in any other democracy.

    No that is not true. There are other laws too about land ownership for example.

    Not being allowed to do military service is also used to discriminate against Palestinians since it is common to require military service even for trivial jobs as working at McDonalds.

    So you are saying that all the 400 murdered children were "collateral damage"? Are you serious? I know that you would not accept one single Israeli death. Your pretense is ridiculous.

    It's obvious that the damage done by the over-sized fireworks occasionally sent from Gaza has created minimal collateral damage. Since they are not targeted it is not intentional.

    You benefit from the suffering of the Palestinians but you don't understand it. You benefit from the occupation and land theft. You benefit from the money the US pours into Israel.

    It is not a chicken and egg problem since the problem was created by Jewish terrorists and then Israel once it was formed. It comes from the land theft and ethnic cleansing of now millions of Palestinians that live in refugee camps or under a brutal Israeli occupation.

    It is simple to solve this problem but you would not accept the solution. You are like the white people in Apartheid South Africa that wanted to continue live off of people that were like slaves to them. Luckily we don't have that any more and hopefully the same will happen to Israel. The sooner the better for the world.

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  • zer01

    zer01

    March 10, 2015, 5:50 pm

    Well it sounds like you have your head on straight as far as the approach of security goes. As far as WHAT you can do, I don't really know, without crazy computational resources and looking into cracking an encryption algorithm or something.

    As far as research projects go, you might consider something based on statistics, like the number of people that use blank passwords, or passwords in a dictionary. Or possibly even how many un-patched servers there are in china or something like that. I'll have to mull this one around for a bit, but I'll get back to you if I have any more ideas.

    But I do know what you mean as far as what can you do, as its kind of hard to do something that someone hasn't thought of yet.

    Something to do with IPv6 might be cool, and the fact that we now have enough addresses to uniquely identify every atom on the face of earth, and that may lead into something with security via obscurity or something like that.

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  • lukey

    lukey

    March 10, 2015, 11:15 am

    I attended a conference which studied this question. Apparently, the "breaking point" for the average person is around $8/L or about $32/gal.

    Jeffrey Rubin (economist) has put out an interesting paper that shows that in every country except the USA, the financial crisis came after the economic crisis. The economic crisis was really an energy cost problem. The threshold that was breached was that energy cost 6% of GDP. It turns out that the economy stops working normally at this exact limit. Good to know.

    (In the USA, the economy slipped off the rails a couple of month after the financial crisis, and so effect and cause appeared to be reversed.)

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  • Sigma7

    Sigma7

    March 10, 2015, 11:28 am

    > You know like twitter has 140 character bullshit limitation, but that's not enough to write anything. So what if we do 141 characters!

    Devil's advocate: There's a technical limitation for 140 characters. You can work around this, or ignore it; either method may impact usage. (Plus, you're directly competing against Twitter, a well established brand.)

    > (simplest) Create an RSS reader that allows you to comment from the feed (without viewing the page) and read comments as well

    I like this one; one thing you'll need is whether it should be on a per RSS feed or per link.

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  • robeph

    robeph

    March 10, 2015, 7:11 am

    Except the supreme court deemed it neccesity that they inform you of the locations so you could avoid them if you wished. This would logically carry over to seeing them and choosing to take an alternate route that bypasses the warrantless search. Similarly by your logic, let us suppose there are two roads entering and exiting an area in town. Now the radio has advertised that route A has a roadblock; in accordance with the supreme court ruling. Your logic dictates that the alternate route exiting this area could be manned by officers who now have probable cause since you, due to the assumed knowledge of the route A roadblock have decided to avoid it by taking route B thus are granting probable cause for an officer to stop and search you on route B

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  • dhgaut

    dhgaut

    March 10, 2015, 2:54 pm

    It's an oil mop.

    Acne is caused by oil and bacteria which is why most products will treat one or the other. In this case, you've discovered that if you apply a thirsty thirsty towel to your face for 8 hours a day, your acne clears up because all the oil is getting absorbed into the towel. This is a good, drug-free solution. You might also want to try radically changing your diet. All that oil is popping through your pores because of your high-fat diet. If you were to swear off burgers and fries and the other fatty foods and stick to healthy veggies, fruits and low fat foods, you'd find you don't need to sleep on an oil mop to keep your face clear of acne.

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  • NotLost_But_NotFound

    NotLost_But_NotFound

    March 11, 2015, 12:10 am

    I could use money and a job right now so that I could keep food on my table and a roof over my head, both of which are threatening to leave me in a matter of weeks. I could use health care to heal the physical ailments I've left neglected for years due to lack of finances and an affordable insurance plan, and therapy to ease my near-crippling anxiety and depression. Lastly, I could use reliable transportation so as to make my local area more accessible and thus my sense of isolation and loneliness less severe. I really could use all these things right now. My current situation, in comparison to many, might be considered as depressing and dismal. I've struggled, simply out of pride, to not categorize it as so within my mind. However, it is undeniable that I have difficulty resting at night because of the fear, worry, and self-loathing that has emerged from my current situation, despite my very best efforts to avoid getting into one of its nature.

    However, after much thought, I changed my mind what I was going to ask for and so, here in truth is what I most need and desire:

    * The strength to persevere with compassion and joy through all the bad memories and difficult life challenges imparted to me by my parents, and imparted to them by their parents.

    * The insight and guidance to know which life path I should take in order to best use my talents in service of people around me, and the courage to commit to it should it be a path that is less estimable as those which society and my peers hold as respectable and ideal.

    * The foresight and wisdom to know what risks to follow and which to avoid, and the faith to know that when I do make a mistake, that the emotional or physical pain that comes from it will endurable and finite, and the transgression forgivable by those who are affected.

    * The humor to find happiness in life despite the inevitable and unavoidable suffering that comes with it.

    * The humility to apologize for any pain that I may cause during my efforts to grow and help myself and others, and the ability to remain thankful for the gifts and fortunate experiences that I do have.

    * The confidence to remain open, loving, trustful, honest, and loyal, no matter what may happen to me or those I care about.

    * The trust to know that even if you or no one else comes to me in aide, that I will somehow persevere, and that in the long run it's the only thing which really counts, however uninspiring that may be.

    Thank you for your generosity and the kindness you offer to those around you.

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  • Mesca

    Mesca

    March 11, 2015, 4:10 am

    Exactly. That's cracked.

    I want to everyone to pay. If I am paying, I want everyone to pay. I have no problem with progressive tax rates. But going to zero is a special case. We shouldn't do it. Bad policy for reasons I have outlined several times elsewhere.

    Some will say, "it's too expensive to collect small taxes". Or, "It's not worth it to collect $5 in tax." This is a problem of execution, not policy. The lack of efficiency in the tax operations should not dictate policy.

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  • rolfr

    rolfr

    March 10, 2015, 6:58 am

    About five years ago, my sister used to date a Mexican guy named Herman; he and his father came to my parents' Thanksgiving dinner. I had had a bottle of Dave's Insanity Sauce lying around their house for ages, since I ate the stuff in such small quantities. One of the dishes we ate was a chili. I saw Herman pour himself some chili, and walk toward my hot sauces. As he picked up the Dave's Insanity Sauce, I tried to warn him: "watch out man, that stuff is really hot". He just laughed at me -- I'm an American, I don't understand the spicy food that Mexicans are accustomed to eating -- shrugged it off and poured a ridiculous amount of the stuff into his chili (the plastic top of the bottle had come off, so the sauce flowed without impediment). His father did the same. Herman took one bite of the stuff and got up and ran to the bathroom. Came back a few minutes later and I was very satisfied in telling him that I had told him so.

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