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#100 - I used market as a general term to describe, stocks, futures, …  [+] (1 new reply) 06/24/2016 on BritBongs Right Now +1
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#106 - thumbfortrump (06/24/2016) [-]
UK has maximum two years to leave the union. Juncker, Schulz, Tusk and Rutte all stated today that they want them out as fast as possible, i.e. in less than two years, set fourth by Article 50 in the Lisbon Treaty. Even if they are allowed into EFTA, this will take many years. Two third of British export is to EU member states. So for an unknown number of years the UK will have to sell their products and services in EU member states with tariffs and visa policies imposed on them, which is standard procedure for countries who are not EU or EFTA members.
#98 - Large unexpected shift happens in Britain which brings lots of…  [+] (3 new replies) 06/24/2016 on BritBongs Right Now +3
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#99 - thumbfortrump (06/24/2016) [-]
>Want to tell me exactly why Brexit is bad for the economy in the long run

What is this single market.
#100 - comradvlad (06/24/2016) [-]
I used market as a general term to describe, stocks, futures, and fiat currency in general. The perceived value of which is based on opinion and projections that change on a whim.
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#106 - thumbfortrump (06/24/2016) [-]
UK has maximum two years to leave the union. Juncker, Schulz, Tusk and Rutte all stated today that they want them out as fast as possible, i.e. in less than two years, set fourth by Article 50 in the Lisbon Treaty. Even if they are allowed into EFTA, this will take many years. Two third of British export is to EU member states. So for an unknown number of years the UK will have to sell their products and services in EU member states with tariffs and visa policies imposed on them, which is standard procedure for countries who are not EU or EFTA members.
#10 - It also amazes me... I have a friend who runs gear once a year…  [+] (2 new replies) 06/22/2016 on Well Said. +1
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#20 - goobyman (06/23/2016) [-]
I blame junk food
one pizza has 2300 Kcal. i ate a pizza as dinner yesterday, so i got my calorie count up to 3500+.
fatty food is very calorie dense.
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#18 - sups (06/22/2016) [-]
I make 550 a month. 400$ goes to rent. Eating healthy is expensive.
#159 - "A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the securit… 06/17/2016 on Dropped your crack pipe 0
#51 - The enemy can not push a button... if you disable his hand 06/17/2016 on Impressive knife throwing... +23
#34 - <_______< You serious bruh? You can own and hav…  [+] (8 new replies) 06/16/2016 on Dropped your crack pipe +5
#81 - icouldgetsome (06/17/2016) [-]
He's right. Ultimately a balancing test will emerge, like for the other fundamental rights (free speech, abortions, etc.). Just like it's constitutional to have only one abortion clinic in a state (burden is weighed against government interest), so too would it likely be constitutional to ban gun stores (save for maybe one in the entire state). Not saying that's desirable, but it's not out of the realm of possibility that a law forbidding the *purchase* of guns could be constitutional.
#72 - anon (06/17/2016) [-]
And yet you miss the second half of the second ammendment. "To keep a well mantained militia" are all gun owners part of the militia?
I thought not.
#159 - comradvlad (06/17/2016) [-]
"A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed."

Note the use of the commas. It states that a well regulated militia is necessary in order to keep a state free and secure. And therefore The right to bear arms should not be infringed. It doesn't say only people in a militia need to be armed. Technically the second amendment allows for private militias within the US to form and have tanks and fighters etc. But weve taken it to the point of huuurd duuur you have a people killer why u needs it. You should only have a single shot long gun with no aiming mechanics because anything more is literally overkill.
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#127 - thegrimgenius (06/17/2016) [-]
No, that's not what it says. It says;
"A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed."
It says that, since a militia is necessary to the security of a free State, the people shall be able to bear arms, not that only militias shall have the right to. Penn & Teller put it best.
#86 - anon (06/17/2016) [-]
www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/10/311

"Militia" in this context hes never meant what the nofuns think it does.
"Well regulated" means able to supply itself with arms and ammunition, not "legislated into impotence"
#115 - icouldgetsome (06/17/2016) [-]
Thanks for clarifying what you meant, James Madison.
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#69 - seniorawesomesauce (06/17/2016) [-]
Both sides of the argument are being thumbed down yet (apparently) neither side has been correct yet.
#104 - miasaki (06/17/2016) [-]
Because the two loudest sides (Typically the extremes) are only seeing it in black and white coupled with tunnel vision. People as a whole will never fully think through a matter. Also, FJ is not a singular mind.

For instance:
Someone said that purchasing a firearm is not a right, but keeping and baring is, however by that logic, if you do not already own a gun and wish to get one, you would be denying their rights indirectly (Same logic from some people that banning most types of firearms and/or ammo has no effect on your right.). One option would be to rely on the kindness of others to purchase the firearm for you and then its up in the air on whether or not indirectly purchasing it would be illegal. If so, then you better hope someone gives it to you as a gift.

Being on a watch list does not mean you are a terrorist. Its a suspicion, and one that I am yet to see any official documentation specifying the vetting process (For obvious reasons). Just speculation, estimations and reasoning from the media and "Truth Seekers". The list changes regularly and people come off and on constantly. If you are certainly linked with a terrorist organization, its not just a slight bit of suspicion, then buying a firearm is not where our concerns should lie. We should be wondering why there's enough evidence to state that they are indeed working with terrorists but they are still walking our streets. "But they can lead us to the leaders". While that may be a possibility, if they buy a firearm out of the blue(Legally), I would not consider that an action they are taking to "fit in" and seem "normal"

You can buy a firearm with mental issues. While I stand behind enforcing restrictions on the mentally ill, there are issues that come with it. We would be choosing to revoke their right while lacking the prerequisite of them doing something, other than living, that would cause that right to be removed (Being a felon/criminal, etc.). We would also have to delve into the wonderful red tape world of doctor-patient confidentiality.

There's always more than one side to a matter, there's usually multiple solutions, and we're never going to completely agree on a single one.


Personal opinion: On the firearm matter, there are a plethora of other issues we can take steps to correct that would have a lasting impact on far more than just firearm crime. Bettering our education system so its not centered around "Get a college degree or your fucked" and how our government assistance programs operate so that its more of a form of assistance rather than a crutch that you either choose to have or do without, regardless of the situation. Revitalizing our industry so we dont have American companies producing many of the things Americans use, elsewhere, and people that can staff these production hubs. And many, many more matters that need tending to. Of course these all come with their own problems and issues that need tending to, none of them are quick-fixes. Having the nation fighting among itself over something as shallow as firearms, just to distract from our actual issues and how those affect our society is far easier than actually attempting to fix anything. Its far easier than encouraging the populous to look into these matters, take part in their political system. Its far easier to bandage a gash than perform the needed surgery.
#349 - Good for the dude... but top kek for calling him a hero. Only … 06/09/2016 on Great job Joey! 0
#55 - This doesn't address basic strength/fitness requirement. Methi…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/07/2016 on Angel in the sheets, demon... +1
#56 - anon (06/07/2016) [-]
I'm not even sure what you're arguing here.

I didn't say anything about requirements, only that it's silly to be disdainful of people for not being in some manly, frontline MOS.
#50 - >Meeting basic strength/fitness requirements >heroi…  [+] (6 new replies) 06/07/2016 on Angel in the sheets, demon... 0
#52 - anon (06/07/2016) [-]
My point was that POGs can be more important than grunts, so it's kind of ironic how disdainful everyone is of them.

Of course, they can be pretty fucking retarded, and ideally, they're intimately familiar with the situation of troops on the frontline.

Point is, a good quartermaster is more useful than a dozen good fighters. So, even if people like to give him shit for such a boring job, it's pretty fucking stupid to dismiss it outright.
#93 - anon (06/07/2016) [-]
And the people that make effective tactics are worth a dozen quartermasters...

And they say having 1 person on the fireteam carry the wounded man while 2 provide security is how fireteams survive and nasty battles.

Having 3 people hobbling away all together in a nice big grouped up target while 1 man provides, at best, partial security is a great way to go from 1 wounded man to 4 KIAs. Ignore proper tactics on a systematic level...and all the quartermasters in the world won't do you much.
#78 - gideonmcallistar (06/07/2016) [-]
There is no "can be more important" all parts to the war machine are important.
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#67 - therealtjthemedic (06/07/2016) [-]
the pogue thing is basically a meme now
#55 - comradvlad (06/07/2016) [-]
This doesn't address basic strength/fitness requirement. Methinks thou dost protest too much.
#56 - anon (06/07/2016) [-]
I'm not even sure what you're arguing here.

I didn't say anything about requirements, only that it's silly to be disdainful of people for not being in some manly, frontline MOS.
#46 - You sound like a ******* POG, or did you just finish basic?  [+] (1 new reply) 06/07/2016 on Angel in the sheets, demon... 0
#110 - skatin (06/08/2016) [-]
I was in for 10 years and certainly not in the Army.

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