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#9 - >drawing them like they're an idiot when they happen to com…  [+] (1 reply) 09/14/2016 on what a jerk +4
#11 - wattlegobbler (09/14/2016) [-]
Well, he could be a otaku as well
#10 - Isn't copyright defined as government granted monopoly? Not th…  [+] (4 replies) 08/29/2016 on Ancap/anprim OC +3
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#11 - thechosentroll (08/29/2016) [-]
Yes, but it's only granted over a very specific thing. Like a name or a unique logo or something. If it's something too vague or common, it's known as a "generic term" and can't be copyrighted. For example, you can't copyright the word "candy" or "saga" despite some game devs trying. Breathing is too generic to be copyrighted.
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#15 - pokemonstheshiz (08/29/2016) [-]
I think his point was that without a central government, copyrights don't mean shit if they can't be enforced.
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#25 - historybuff (08/29/2016) [-]
yeah but then someone who has lots of moneyp/power just hires people to enforce it himself. Nature abhors a vacuum, so the powerful will just re-institute government on their own, like the local warlords of old.
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#34 - kjoni (08/30/2016) [-]
Ancap-ism purports a system where the services of governments are provided without a monopoly, so the approval ratings of the warlords would be down through the floor... but that ain't none of my business.
#40 - I'm here to spread ideas and ideas are timeless, enough with t…  [+] (1 reply) 08/27/2016 on AnCap Comp, p6 0
#41 - kamion (08/27/2016) [-]
"I'm here to spread ideas and ideas are timeless."
Okay little Messiah, good luck with your life.

Btw Harambe did 9/11 and was assassinated for it.
#21 - Brilliant 08/26/2016 on Tyler +25
#38 - The very thing I'd argue for would be to reason logically inst…  [+] (3 replies) 08/26/2016 on AnCap Comp, p6 0
#39 - kamion (08/26/2016) [-]
Yes you absolutely need to remain cold, calculated and alert; but only on the inside. Thin line between dignified and weak, even thinner between aloof and being seen as arrogant. You think this world will adapt to you and your two-bit standards of professional conduct. It's not just the drunk people at a bar who will dismiss you, it's most of the human population. My advice remains the same: try to see people as they really are.

P.S. I'd really like to know this time, and I promise nothing you say will be used against you. How old are you and where are you from?
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#40 - kjoni (08/27/2016) [-]
I'm here to spread ideas and ideas are timeless, enough with this personal information shit. You're just waiting for me to "take the bait". The majority of the world isn't so pathetically dependent on the welfare state that they couldn't understand economic opportunity and rationality. Don't tell people WHOM to dismiss or not, try to see the FACTS as they really are. The difference that makes is like the difference between feudalism and the industrial revolution, you cynical shill. I'm a little ass faggot from Finland talking out of my ass for life, and I'm about to use a kitchen knife against myself. Lizards did 9/11
#41 - kamion (08/27/2016) [-]
"I'm here to spread ideas and ideas are timeless."
Okay little Messiah, good luck with your life.

Btw Harambe did 9/11 and was assassinated for it.
#105 - from whom do you buy those rights?  [+] (3 replies) 08/25/2016 on Playing the system +7
#212 - advice (08/25/2016) [-]
in most cases you just have to be the first to claim ownership and it's enough. Look at what Nestle did to a town in Maine about their water.
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#165 - rakogoki (08/25/2016) [-]
the last guy who owned them.
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#293 - kjoni (08/26/2016) [-]
Oxygen isn't exactly scarce, so it's weird to assume there would be demand for private ownership of it... let alone a coercive monopoly for it. Unless you assume that the environment would be completely destroyed in the lack of government restrictions, even though pollution would be damaging to private property every step of the way, and the free market would be more responsive for demands for alternative fuels. Also if we assume that a singular town would need oxygen provided to them through business because of pollution or whatever, then it would probably be bought in amounts, instead of being subscribed to. What we call cities today probably would form around resources and marketplaces instead of military centers, so a single city probably wouldn't have a single owner, single police force etc. An establishment could offer security as part of its infrastructure (think mall cops), or security could be provided similarly to insurance. So that's something...