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Working Class Hero

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  1. Of course the gov. deserves blame; they were the ones that sold out the country, both before and after the economic crisis. But the people who are engineering the collapse are the IMF and that should be recognized. No argument here.
  2. The IMF/EU etc. are deliberately dragging Greece through the mud. They don't have Greece's interest in mind at all. Keep in mind that Germany's bailouts are not going to the Greek citizens (who are supposedly the holders of the debt). In reality that money goes into the pockets of the IMF and any politicians that have sold out to them, while the people getting hurt by rising inflation and public debt (the citizens) get nothing.
  3. The current PM is a former member of the EU central bank who was pushed by the IMF into the position. That guy isn't there to do what's best for Greece; he's there to make sure the IMF gets as much cash as they can. I don't see how Greece will be able to extricate itself without a revolution, and we all know their track record of overthrowing gov's. They usually end up with something worse than what they had before.
  4. The reason these people dodge their taxes and don't have faith in their political system is because it has been completely sold out from beneath them. The EU is a parasite leeching the Greece economy empty and is moving on to the government too. It's has now abandoned any pretense at democracy and is simply appointing people in the Greek government to follow their orders...Greece should tell Germany and the IMF to shove it up their ass.
  5. The ability of politicians to insider trade and for supposed government employees to accidentally lose billions of dollars is ridiculous, I think. (Corzine, anyone?) The federal government should be stripped of its ability to cherry pick economic programs. The Federal Reserve should be audited, and ridiculous ideas like this Keystone **** should not be under the authority of the Fed to implement.
  6. I'd hope that respect should be ever more conditional the more authority you grant someone, not less.
  7. I voted, but the pm was enough...

  8. Take too many sleeping pills?

  9. That was referring to Kelvin's statement of if everyone followed religions, the world would be filled with puppies and chocolate. (I paraphrased a bit) To give the first example I can think of: When Fuhrer Christ tries to get food from a fig tree and fails, he decides to make the tree wither. So, since Jesus couldn't sin, I suppose the moral of the story was it's fine to harm living organisms for no reason other than if they don't give you want you want. So, I think it's obvious that Kelvin's statement of "we would just forgive and apologize, it would be a great world.." is not backed up with this passage. (Now, obviously this doesn't seem quite that bad because it was "only" a plant, but consider: I would not want to make a defense based around that supposition, because as God incarnate Jesus should have an unusually high moral sense, and, I would argue, should not curse anything.)
  10. Rofl, nice avatar.

  11. I'm poking in here now. Do you have any specific reasons to exclude satanic philosophies like LaVeyan Satanism other than they're anti-christian? Have you ever read any religious book besides a whitewashed account of the new testament? I have never read books that justify incredibly immoral actions so cheerfully, because after all, they're on a mission for God. This is a bad thing? If i had perfect eyesight, i wouldn't need glasses.....but unfortunately, i do. Regardless, whose definition of a perfect being would you choose to use? Yours? How is presenting metaphors as literal and factual stories in any way intelligent?
  12. We're all here for you Q. Stay strong. :)

  13. Varg Vikernes just released a book on the social history of ancient Scandinavia...you might want to check it out.

  14. Yo, unban me on hssiss...i got something that will make you either LOL or post "..."

  15. No i did not, but that thread gave me an idea: I did the right click "run as administrator" on the exe and after some wonky launching i loaded up a module and exited. Lo, my ini was proper size again. Thanks for the thread, and win7's permissions are really weird.
  16. I reinstalled tsl on win7 and am having trouble with ini edits not taking. I noticed that my ini is far smaller than it should be and i'm assuming that this i where my difficulty lies. I remember seeing a relatively easy fix on getting the ini to show the proper length, but unfortunately i can't seem to find it. If someone could point that out to me i'd be grateful.
  17. Exactly, it reveals either the depths of his stupidity, or the incredible lengths that he will pretend to be religious in order to gain votes, neither which bodes well for a president. Certainly not all in the Christian one. I agree that it would be foolish to ignore these groups, but there's a major difference between mentioning them and joining them.
  18. No offense, I just like to know people a bit better before friending them.

  19. Uh....why are you trying to friend me? You don't know me at all..... :raise:

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