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I suppose it is possible Jeffrey Epstein killed himself after all. Just like it is possible George W. Bush did not know Saddam Hussein was uninvolved in the 9/11 attacks.
Pizza images from Pixabay, analogy by me. Pineapple party all the way! But seriously, why do we keep turning all these societal disputes into zero-sum games so the political class can yank our chains? We can order whatever pizza we want without infringing on anyone else, and yes, I do intend to stretch this analogy to cover everything. I want my pizza with extra agorism!
I leave this last one to you, dear readers. Which caption works best? I actually like all three instruments, but there seem to be a lot who disagree. They are wrong. And yes, I recognize the apparent absurdity of calling for a vote right after denouncing democracy. This is just an opinion poll, not a political dictate. Un-bunch yer pantaloons.
in some people’s eyes.
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Dasher and dancer and prancer and vixen were all regulars on Epstein island. Just ask your local MP or senator or party representative.
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Vote and election are the only thing that can bring change. If people don't vote, they don't have the right to say anything wrong about the person who is ruling, we should vote to the right people to bring positive change and impact on the society to bring real and hard working people in the government.
You write empty platitudes as if I haven't taken a middle school civics class. It's all nonsense that cannot withstand scrutiny.
This is objectively false. Government at best lags behind societal change from grassroots efforts, and passes sweeping legislation to steal credit once the work is already done. More typically, government imposes destructive policies on those trying to bring about such change.
This is absurd. Denouncing a false choice in a rigged system is entirely within the rights of everyone, including those who refuse to participate in the charade. Playing the bandwagon fallacy roulette isn't progress. That is not how we build a better society.
The system is based on the premise that some people need to hold a monopoly in violence. The incentives reward corruption and corrupt the virtuous. Government is a parasite, not a leader.
And it ignores history, which shows that only horrific violence ever changes politics, if only for a short respite.
What really changes civil society is technological advance. When I was a kid there were no cell phones. In fact, the telephones we did have on the island were party lines, shared between multiple homes. That was kinda fun, and sometimes half the neighborhood would be chatting with each other instead of making those important calls.
But, think about things like running water, electricity, and gasoline, and how they pave the road of life. Technological advance briefly profits capitalists, but eventually the means of production end up dispersing across the population as decentralization advances.
That eliminates the capitalists. It will take time, but paradise is coming.
Intellectual property laws and corporate charters are government licenses to use violence against other people, not a property rights protection. When people are free to iterate in ideas, progress truly goes exponential, but the politically connected don't get as much profit. Most people seem to think that profit is proof that markets are bad in spite of the obvious interventionism and protectionism behind it.
First i am looking in your pizza this pizza looks so yummy. I always order pizza with extra topping. Now we will support right person. Our future is bright otherwise not.
Imagine people having to vote for which divisive topping everyone had to accept for the next few years, though. It's absurd to imagine a world where the toppings were up to public mandate. Why do we accept this process for anything?
Personally, I'm a pineapple with anchovies guy, as long as there's pepperoni and black olives, I'm good.
Well, time to declare a crusade against that level of heresy.
you made some very intelligent and well thought memes, double meaning and good humor
I prefer Weapons of Mass Distraction for your caption.
The Unholy Trinity caption makes me think somebody out there wrote a piece of music and/or started a band featuring the banjo, accordion, and bagpipes. I like all three separately, but not all together, please.
pineapple > anchovies
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Donner and Blitzen were originally Dunder and Blixem, the 19th century New York Dutch words for thunder and lightning. A rumor I just started says their love of anchovies was the reason for them being assigned to the back row of the sleigh pullers. The other reindeer were in the pineapple camp.