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Geoffrey Allan Plauché replied on Sun, Aug 10 2008 11:29 AM | Locked

Onion Eater:

Is everybody here aware that Murphy capitulated?

 

http://www.gene-callahan.org/blog/2007/09/victor-aguilar-picks-his-next-victim.html

 

p.s.  Please don't ban me, Geoffrey!  I'm quoting Murphy, not He Whom We Cannot Name.

 

p.p.s.  If you're really wondering whether HWWCN payed Murphy his $1000, why don't you just ask Murphy?

That's what is called sarcasm, <s>troll</s>...er, Victor.

Yours in liberty,
Geoffrey Allan Plauché, Ph.D.
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MacFall replied on Sun, Aug 10 2008 1:13 PM | Locked

Onion Eater:

That was called sarcasm, Victor. If you're not aware of the concept, this should help clear things up a bit: http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/sarcasm

Pro Christo et Libertate integre!

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Just Curious replied on Sat, Aug 23 2008 3:32 PM | Locked

Was it also sarcasm when Robert Murphy wrote, "the consumer’s good is always the 1st order, regardless of how far back we push the analysis, even if we go back to axes carved by prehistoric men?"

Just curious.

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Knight_of_BAAWA replied on Sat, Aug 23 2008 3:44 PM | Locked

How many sockpuppets can one person come up with?

Just curious.

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Just Curious replied on Sat, Aug 23 2008 5:04 PM | Locked

Knight_of_BAAWA:

How many sockpuppets can one person come up with?

Just curious.

If Geoffrey didn't keep deleting this question and banning the IP address it was posted from, I wouldn't have to keep driving around looking for internet cafes.

So, are you just going to call me names or are you going to answer the question?

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Knight_of_BAAWA replied on Sat, Aug 23 2008 5:08 PM | Locked

It's called "follow the rules". If you can't: GTFO. This isn't your board.

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liberty student replied on Sat, Aug 23 2008 5:14 PM | Locked

Victor, stop war driving.  You are leaving an embarassing record of childish behavior on the web, which means it will last into perpetuity.

"When you're young you worry about people stealing your ideas, when you're old you worry that they won't." - David Friedman
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Jon Irenicus replied on Sat, Aug 23 2008 5:32 PM | Locked

We prefer calling losers like you names. Bye now.

-Jon

Freedom of markets is positively correlated with the degree of evolution in any society...

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Just Curious replied on Sat, Aug 23 2008 5:37 PM | Locked

liberty student:

Victor, stop war driving.  You are leaving an embarassing record of childish behavior on the web, which means it will last into perpetuity.

 

Actually, it will only last as long as the Mises Institute survives and, if they are incapable of answering questions like this one, that won't be for much longer.

Was it also sarcasm when Robert Murphy wrote, "the consumer’s good is always the 1st order, regardless of how far back we push the analysis, even if we go back to axes carved by prehistoric men?"

Just curious.

I wait for an answer.
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Jon Irenicus replied on Sat, Aug 23 2008 5:40 PM | Locked

Yeah, beyond the end of your meaningless life in other words. You keep repeating a quote by Murphy as if it's supposed to demonstrate something - something, that is, other than what an utter loser you are.

-Jon

Freedom of markets is positively correlated with the degree of evolution in any society...

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Knight_of_BAAWA replied on Sat, Aug 23 2008 5:47 PM | Locked

Just Curious:
Actually, it will only last as long as the Mises Institute survives and, if they are incapable of answering questions like this one, that won't be for much longer.

FAIL!

 

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liberty student replied on Sat, Aug 23 2008 5:52 PM | Locked

It will probably survive @ archive.org.  This is really embarassing if you are any sort of professional or academic.

It's in your best interest to make nice with Geoff, and ask him to remove this discussion from the record.

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sock puppet replied on Sat, Aug 23 2008 6:52 PM | Locked

The Cult of the Golden Calf

 

 

“The consumer’s good is always the 1st order, regardless of how far back we push the analysis, even if we go back to axes carved by prehistoric men.” – Robert Murphy

 

Wrong!  Victor Aguilar sees the source of value in the future usefulness or exchangeability of goods, not in their past costs of production.

 

 

“Investors seek the intrinsic value of gold to protect themselves from inflation.” – Ron Paul

 

Wrong!  Victor Aguilar believes in the subjective theory of value; nothing has intrinsic value.

 

 

“All political truth can be found in a coin shop.” – Jeffrey Tucker

 

Wrong!  Victor Aguilar believes that coin shop owners are hucksters, preying on weaklings and paranoids.

 

 

Do you believe in Austrian Economics?  He whom you dread awaits:  www.axiomaticeconomics.com/golden_calf.php

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Knight_of_BAAWA replied on Sat, Aug 23 2008 6:56 PM | Locked

EPIC FAIL!

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Inquisitor replied on Sat, Aug 23 2008 6:59 PM | Locked

Enough of this. Aguilar has had as much time in the spotlight he deserves. I am going to lock this thread, but not delete it. That way it will remain testament to how pathetic this crank truly is.

 

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