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#120 - Picture 09/23/2014 on Mexican soap opera's and goats 0
#91 - is there a .gif of this?  [+] (2 new replies) 09/23/2014 on Mexican soap opera's and goats +3
#119 - jalthelas (09/23/2014) [-]
You want a .gif of a guy trying to fuck a male goat in the ass?




Nigger, what the fuck?
#120 - zeittergiest (09/23/2014) [-]
#512 - **zeittergiest rolled user onlyonehotspur ** 09/18/2014 on Nemesis 0
#19 - Picture 09/14/2014 on what a ride! +18
#31 - what 21 said 09/14/2014 on Remember this? +1
#28 - you misunderstand what OP is saying - China would side with th… 09/13/2014 on Admin vs USA 0
#51 - it didn't really for me either, but then I dated a girl that l… 09/09/2014 on contortionists like everyone 0
#198 - yeah - the truth of the matter is that no system can be perfec…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/08/2014 on Kiss me if I'm wrong 0
User avatar #204 - RiflemanFunny (09/08/2014) [-]
Exactly why democracies never work. The US's system worked until the direct election of Senators was enacted, severing the link between the states and the feds and proving the theory correct. The best form of government is one with just the law being absolute. No one leaders, just the law. This is the stupidest idea ever. How can the law be the ruler and no one else. Well this was only done in Israel, and it never worked. Someone eventually will disregard the law and everyone else will follow and destroy that system. So why is it the best when it is impossible? Because it remains and it is never corrupted. People are the ones that are corrupted. Thus they corrupt the law. Interpretation also is a major fuck up. Literally any law can be interpreted to one side or the other. In the end, the truth is that we humans are all corrupted. No one has the capabilities of fixing all the issues of power and some will abuse that power. No one will ever do the same instructions twice, how can someone lead a nation correctly? This is why absolute power is so important. If it can be destroyed or changed, then it's not absolute. Absolute power in the hands of someone who disregarded every single temptation would be the ultimate ruler. Due to the laws of imperfection this is impossible.
#190 - precisely. actual free markets wouldn't have this problem, bec…  [+] (3 new replies) 09/08/2014 on Kiss me if I'm wrong 0
User avatar #196 - RiflemanFunny (09/08/2014) [-]
This is a sad fact. You bring up a great idea, but it's impossible to do with the current system in place. You address the fact that the publicly owned utilities is bad, however the fact is the grid may have never came to be if it wasn't. A Free Market system would only result in the amalgamation of companies and the eventual creation of a monopoly, ending the chain of power. There has to be an oversight, however the oversight is corrupt themselves. The only way true competition works is if they all follow the rules, and the ones that don't usually win because government sucks at regulation period. The fact that it is there is better than it's absence. Even if it doesn't work, the fact that there is a method of attack is better than having no method of attack. It's been proven that Free Markets don't last long, because the winning companies will eventually become the market itself. Competition only works when there is a referee around to enforce the rules.
#198 - zeittergiest (09/08/2014) [-]
yeah - the truth of the matter is that no system can be perfect because they will, ultimately, be operated/managed by imperfect people. Policy is at best a holding measure to mitigate corruption/evil, and is typically consumed in the effort, thus the famous sentiment that government should be overthrown every other decade or so
User avatar #204 - RiflemanFunny (09/08/2014) [-]
Exactly why democracies never work. The US's system worked until the direct election of Senators was enacted, severing the link between the states and the feds and proving the theory correct. The best form of government is one with just the law being absolute. No one leaders, just the law. This is the stupidest idea ever. How can the law be the ruler and no one else. Well this was only done in Israel, and it never worked. Someone eventually will disregard the law and everyone else will follow and destroy that system. So why is it the best when it is impossible? Because it remains and it is never corrupted. People are the ones that are corrupted. Thus they corrupt the law. Interpretation also is a major fuck up. Literally any law can be interpreted to one side or the other. In the end, the truth is that we humans are all corrupted. No one has the capabilities of fixing all the issues of power and some will abuse that power. No one will ever do the same instructions twice, how can someone lead a nation correctly? This is why absolute power is so important. If it can be destroyed or changed, then it's not absolute. Absolute power in the hands of someone who disregarded every single temptation would be the ultimate ruler. Due to the laws of imperfection this is impossible.
#177 - implying I was talking about those large companies when I said…  [+] (5 new replies) 09/07/2014 on Kiss me if I'm wrong 0
#187 - RiflemanFunny (09/08/2014) [-]
Here is the sad thing about the small ISPs. They are just ISPs to the bigger ISPs. The branching method forced the small ISPs to go through hoops just to establish their grid. And they don't get the special treatment the big ones do. They get taxed out the ass and are also forced to pay loyalties to the bigger ISPs because they are getting bullied out the ass by companies like Comcast and Verizon. Only when a city actually drops the bullshit does the small ISP work. Which just makes this a bigger problem than it is already. Bringing this fight to the local level makes it impossible to win. Because virtually every city has a corrupt out the fuck person that has connections to shut down any endeavor someone makes that would hurt their bottom line. That's why you see cities that have been the same size forever. It's because they have that corruption. The economic growth is only achieved when the small cities have an initial need for more growth and everyone has that same goal. When one powerful person opens their mouth, the endeavor is dead.
#190 - zeittergiest (09/08/2014) [-]
precisely. actual free markets wouldn't have this problem, because, for service industries like this, markets elsewhere don't have any impact on the one a given individual resides in and tax incentives/buying politicians wouldn't really be a thing, because there would be no mechanism for the government to do anything with the corrupt monies
User avatar #196 - RiflemanFunny (09/08/2014) [-]
This is a sad fact. You bring up a great idea, but it's impossible to do with the current system in place. You address the fact that the publicly owned utilities is bad, however the fact is the grid may have never came to be if it wasn't. A Free Market system would only result in the amalgamation of companies and the eventual creation of a monopoly, ending the chain of power. There has to be an oversight, however the oversight is corrupt themselves. The only way true competition works is if they all follow the rules, and the ones that don't usually win because government sucks at regulation period. The fact that it is there is better than it's absence. Even if it doesn't work, the fact that there is a method of attack is better than having no method of attack. It's been proven that Free Markets don't last long, because the winning companies will eventually become the market itself. Competition only works when there is a referee around to enforce the rules.
#198 - zeittergiest (09/08/2014) [-]
yeah - the truth of the matter is that no system can be perfect because they will, ultimately, be operated/managed by imperfect people. Policy is at best a holding measure to mitigate corruption/evil, and is typically consumed in the effort, thus the famous sentiment that government should be overthrown every other decade or so
User avatar #204 - RiflemanFunny (09/08/2014) [-]
Exactly why democracies never work. The US's system worked until the direct election of Senators was enacted, severing the link between the states and the feds and proving the theory correct. The best form of government is one with just the law being absolute. No one leaders, just the law. This is the stupidest idea ever. How can the law be the ruler and no one else. Well this was only done in Israel, and it never worked. Someone eventually will disregard the law and everyone else will follow and destroy that system. So why is it the best when it is impossible? Because it remains and it is never corrupted. People are the ones that are corrupted. Thus they corrupt the law. Interpretation also is a major fuck up. Literally any law can be interpreted to one side or the other. In the end, the truth is that we humans are all corrupted. No one has the capabilities of fixing all the issues of power and some will abuse that power. No one will ever do the same instructions twice, how can someone lead a nation correctly? This is why absolute power is so important. If it can be destroyed or changed, then it's not absolute. Absolute power in the hands of someone who disregarded every single temptation would be the ultimate ruler. Due to the laws of imperfection this is impossible.
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