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  • Re: Rahm Imanuel Chick-fil-A values are not Chicago values

    While I obviously don't agree that the city councils should be banning or actively discriminating against Chick-fil-A when it comes to city planning or approval, the company is still run by a bunch of shitty homophobes and religous zealots, and I won't be spending my money there any more.
    Posted to Current Events (Forum) by LogisticEarth on Fri, Jul 27 2012
  • Re: Logging= socialist supported institution?

    Logging and mining in this country when it comes to National Forests and BLM land are absolutely examples of subsidised, crony industries. Not exactly "socialistic" but still not part of a freed market. It's interesting that they say that the price of the lumber isn't worth building the roads. It sounds like that without government
    Posted to Economics Questions (Forum) by LogisticEarth on Mon, Jul 23 2012
  • Re: What are you reading?

    Currently I'm reading Markets, Not Capitalism edited by Gary Chartier and Charles Johnson. It's actually pretty refreshing and contains lots of great information and food for thought. I'm about halfway through it, but it has several articles written by earlier anarcho-socialists. It's interesting to read people like Tucker and have them
    Posted to General (Forum) by LogisticEarth on Fri, Jul 20 2012
  • Re: A great documentary on freedom & capitalism in the 19th century

    I would say that any injury that didn't result from employee fraud would constitute employer negligence . I don't think this is a very practictical reason to deny the plaintiff comp, since it involves judging the employee's intentions. But however comp works now seems to be effective. Scenerio: An employee is working in a high-noise level
    Posted to General (Forum) by LogisticEarth on Wed, Jun 13 2012
  • Re: Anyone else watching RPF self-implode?

    I remember that. I'm glad I got out after 08. I've learned more here then all of my time in the RP movement. I mean I am not ungrateful. The RP movement was a nice stepping stone. Seeing all this makes me glad the the movement around Philadelphia (near where I live) seems to be very anarchist-friendly. Many of the rallies have had anarchist
    Posted to Current Events (Forum) by LogisticEarth on Wed, Jun 13 2012
  • Re: Bilderberg Members Discuss Killing Ron Paul

    Regardless, Infowars is generally junk and not worth your time if you want to be taken seriously. There's so much junk. Might as well be listening to Coast to Coast AM and citing that as a legitimate news source.
    Posted to General (Forum) by LogisticEarth on Tue, Jun 5 2012
  • Re: It seems like this community is a little lacking?

    There are a few posters here who post prolifically, and have a tendency to go into needless BS, with a bad habit of derailing threads with low-content squabbling. It is, unfortunately, a very small forum for what it is. The echo chamber has gotten worse since I got here. Still, some good conversations can be had. They just really need to fix the damn
    Posted to General (Forum) by LogisticEarth on Thu, May 31 2012
  • Re: *** May 2012 low content thread ***

    It sucks that someone who makes pretty interesting videos on science can produce this rubbish. If he was at one time really part of the Libertarian Party of the USA then I have to question if this so called party actually deserve it's namesake The "Libertarian Party" has been and probably will be in the future a mish-mash of people with
    Posted to General (Forum) by LogisticEarth on Thu, May 31 2012
  • Re: Illinois State Illegal Apiary Seizure

    A bit of a derail but since it was mentioned in the OP, why is DC making one of their superhero characters gay "bad news"?
    Posted to Current Events (Forum) by LogisticEarth on Thu, May 24 2012
  • Re: Communicating the Idea of Rational Human Behavior

    What do you mean by "selfish in the traditional sense"? Otherwise, I'd say that all actions are necessarily self-oriented, regardless of whether they also benefit others. I mean it in the sense of someone specifically thinking "How will this make ME better". For example, Ebenezer Scrooge specifically deciding to horde gold while
    Posted to Political Theory (Forum) by LogisticEarth on Thu, May 24 2012
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