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#107 - This may be semantic, but I don't see "owning a firearm&q…  [+] (2 replies) 12/01/2016 on Percentages +1
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#111 - wootsauce (12/01/2016) [-]
Well. The 2nd Amendment enumerates arms as a Right (specifically firearns per the Federalist Papers) Granted only in America.
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#220 - wootsauce (12/02/2016) [-]
Hmm. Interesting to be downvoted for stating a fact...
#95 - Also, rights are irrespective of responsibilities. Rights that…  [+] (4 replies) 12/01/2016 on Percentages +2
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#98 - wootsauce (12/01/2016) [-]
Thats not how Rights work at all. Or rather, that would be abusing said Right. To own firearms, you SHOULD have proper care and knowledge on how to use and maintain them. Thats your responsibility.

To not have that and still exercise that Right would ne to do so in negligence.
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#107 - CoolStoryBrosky (12/01/2016) [-]
This may be semantic, but I don't see "owning a firearm" as a right. Instead, I see it as a direct result of some more fundamental principle which can be called a right -- the right to defend one's body, family, and property against harm. Because they are fundamental to being human, the rights which we have today are the same rights as the first entities which could rightly be called "human," and obviously, those entities didn't have a right to firearms.
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#111 - wootsauce (12/01/2016) [-]
Well. The 2nd Amendment enumerates arms as a Right (specifically firearns per the Federalist Papers) Granted only in America.
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#220 - wootsauce (12/02/2016) [-]
Hmm. Interesting to be downvoted for stating a fact...
#90 - I think you're missing the point of orphanages. It means the p…  [+] (6 replies) 12/01/2016 on Percentages +3
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#92 - wootsauce (12/01/2016) [-]
Im not arguing against orphanages here. I think they have a legitimate place in society
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#95 - CoolStoryBrosky (12/01/2016) [-]
Also, rights are irrespective of responsibilities. Rights that demand responsibility are privileges.
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#98 - wootsauce (12/01/2016) [-]
Thats not how Rights work at all. Or rather, that would be abusing said Right. To own firearms, you SHOULD have proper care and knowledge on how to use and maintain them. Thats your responsibility.

To not have that and still exercise that Right would ne to do so in negligence.
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#107 - CoolStoryBrosky (12/01/2016) [-]
This may be semantic, but I don't see "owning a firearm" as a right. Instead, I see it as a direct result of some more fundamental principle which can be called a right -- the right to defend one's body, family, and property against harm. Because they are fundamental to being human, the rights which we have today are the same rights as the first entities which could rightly be called "human," and obviously, those entities didn't have a right to firearms.
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#111 - wootsauce (12/01/2016) [-]
Well. The 2nd Amendment enumerates arms as a Right (specifically firearns per the Federalist Papers) Granted only in America.
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#220 - wootsauce (12/02/2016) [-]
Hmm. Interesting to be downvoted for stating a fact...
#250 - What's way sadder than the 1-15 year olds are the adults who'v…  [+] (2 replies) 12/01/2016 on You guys are good 0
#256 - dankalish (12/02/2016) [-]
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#255 - crusaderade (12/01/2016) [-]
Nope gonna keep you at 0 you fucking faggot
#178 - Many, if not most, of the people in my department are using Ph…  [+] (1 reply) 11/22/2016 on philosophy degree 0
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#188 - diegrammernazis (11/22/2016) [-]
sooooo.... your getting a job with a degree in law, not a degree in philosophy....... which was my entire point. I did however say it looks good on a resume, so that does go along with it being an excellent stepping stone, and I would argue that it would work for most any field of work. for example I am going for a minor in philosophy with a major in electrical and computer engineering.
#173 - That's interesting, because Philosophy majors tend to make hig…  [+] (4 replies) 11/22/2016 on philosophy degree 0
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#177 - diegrammernazis (11/22/2016) [-]
This statement had nothing to do with salary or income. It has to do with the fact that Philosophy is not a growing field, i.e. the number of jobs will not be increasing at the same rate as lets say engineering which is a rapidly growing field. Having a degree that COULD make you a lot of money is pointless if you are unable to find a career that makes use of the degree in the first place.
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#178 - CoolStoryBrosky (11/22/2016) [-]
Many, if not most, of the people in my department are using Philosophy as a stepping stone for law school (myself included). Philosophy majors are consistently the most successful law school applicants, and for good reason. Not to mention, much of philosophy is extremely mathematical and useful in computer fields -- i.e formal logic and set theory. I'm sure the statistic took into account unemployment, and the fact remains, Philosophy majors tend to have better, higher-paying jobs, than most other options. Here's another good source on the subject: www.payscale.com/college-salary-report/majors-that-pay-you-back/bachelors?page=23
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#188 - diegrammernazis (11/22/2016) [-]
sooooo.... your getting a job with a degree in law, not a degree in philosophy....... which was my entire point. I did however say it looks good on a resume, so that does go along with it being an excellent stepping stone, and I would argue that it would work for most any field of work. for example I am going for a minor in philosophy with a major in electrical and computer engineering.