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|#14 - Is that David Liebe Hart?||08/14/2013 on Not so smart||+1|
|#169 - Did I type this?||08/14/2013 on Hypocrites||0|
|#60 - I like this, but my opinion means **** because I am misanthrop… [+] (1 new reply)||08/14/2013 on Hypocrites||+1|
|#65 - I haven't ever looked into the whole WBC stuff very much, so I… [+] (1 new reply)||08/13/2013 on Boobs in the comment section||0|
#66 - nicolbolas (08/13/2013) [-]
Hate speech is legal, the WBC has to be careful with the words they use and they kind of are. They keep their signs broad and they refer to everyone of particular groups that they consider sinner or whatever. Say they were protesting a funeral and they used the person's name, this may not be protected because it is a direct assault on the person. Also by keeping it broad, they avoid "fighting words" which is pretty much what it sounds like, someone says something to get someone to fight them.
Free speech is hard to regulate because it is hard to determine the meaning behind the words. The WBC is constantly walking on the ice between hate speech and assault, but these things are often determined by successful lawyers.
|#142 - I believe this is from the adult version of Ren & Stimpy. … [+] (1 new reply)||08/07/2013 on Talk about Ad placement.||+1|
|#245 - Actually, population and birth rate is not the primary problem… [+] (11 new replies)||08/05/2013 on Protest fail||0|
#323 - cabbagemayhem (08/05/2013) [-]
Neither population nor consumption is a real problem. Consumption will never exceed the ability to produce, but will instead reward it. Population is far from approaching Earth's ever increasing capacity, but even if it was, living conditions might slowly diminish, but society won't collapse.
#358 - wisdombranch (08/07/2013) [-]
"Consumption will never exceed the ability to produce" <---absolute bull feathers.
Have you ever heard of a "boom-BUST" cycle? Granted, we are by no means, as a planet, experiencing a bust, but from a sustainability standpoint, we are definitely setting ourselves up for one.
[in #245] As much as horribleperson is indeed a horrible person, their assertion that the actual issue is consumption remains accurate. But, cabbagemayhem, all that needs to happen is a change in either the consumption or the production.
An examination of the reality of fixed production can be found in "An Essay on the Principle of Population" by Thomas Robert Malthus.
For whatever reason, much of mankind cannot conceive of the possibility of increasing production; they are retarded nincompoops, but their leaders' collective, proper title is teh U.N.
Malthus would have been correct about his population limits, except for one small issue. Mankind learned to synthesize Ammonia, using the Haber–Bosch process making** nitrogen rich** fertilizer. Man could now inject fertilizer into the soil rather than having to collect the poop from anything and everything.
The population boom you can see in the 2nd url is due to this discovery whose history is detailed in the 1st url.
#359 - wisdombranch (08/07/2013) [-]
AIDS was recently used to cure cancer.
I'd say it is working.
|#39 - FedEx is based out of Memphis, TN, after all. I lived there f…||08/02/2013 on So you ordered a package?||0|
|#29 - Picture [+] (1 new reply)||07/29/2013 on Whitty Title||+2|
|#3 - Picture||06/01/2013 on The different types of People.||0|
|#42 - Now you should play the game!||06/01/2013 on Spongebob Squarepants the...||+4|