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01-18-2012, 01:37 PM
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...You don't bike in Davis? You have got to be like one of the four people who do that. And the other three don't actually have legs.
I'm from Davis and don't even know how to ride a bike.

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I enjoy walking much more. I walk everywhere.
Whaat? Biking is tons of fun. Walking is for chumps.

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I love how republicans are generally in favor of that peice of garbage and at the same time crying 'smaller government!'

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btw, I don't affiliate myself with either party, don't like the general idea.

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Yep, the two-party system is a false paradigm where you typically get either the iron fist or the iron fist with a velvet glove. Plus both parties buddy up behind closed doors and make deals/policies. Ron Paul is just about the only real politician you can find (who's only running as a Republican because he'd never have a chance as a Libertarian). I mean yeah there are others but none as "out there" as him. But the mainstream media tries to make everyone forget he exists, lol.

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I'm from Davis and don't even know how to ride a bike.
You know how people say, "You never forget how to ride a bike." Well it's BS, complete ****ing BS. You forget. I've never forgotten how to roller blade, but I did forget how to ride a bike for a long long time.

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Turns out that for my Analytic Writing Class (Writing 39B), I'm gonna be watching Doctor Who the whole quarter. WHOOO!!!!!!

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Yep, the two-party system is a false paradigm where you typically get either the iron fist or the iron fist with a velvet glove. Plus both parties buddy up behind closed doors and make deals/policies. Ron Paul is just about the only real politician you can find (who's only running as a Republican because he'd never have a chance as a Libertarian). I mean yeah there are others but none as "out there" as him. But the mainstream media tries to make everyone forget he exists, lol.
I like his stance on states rights, but he has some really wacky ideas in some other areas. Most notably, he does not favor the separation of church and state.

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Turns out that for my Analytic Writing Class (Writing 39B), I'm gonna be watching Doctor Who the whole quarter. WHOOO!!!!!!
Yeah well we saw Indiana Jones in Archaeology.

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You know how people say, "You never forget how to ride a bike." Well it's BS, complete ****ing BS. You forget. I've never forgotten how to roller blade, but I did forget how to ride a bike for a long long time.
No way. You totally don't forget. Maybe you'll be more wobbly and slow or whatever but no way you straight up forget how to do everything.

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01-18-2012, 04:44 PM
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I like his stance on states rights, but he has some really wacky ideas in some other areas. Most notably, he does not favor the separation of church and state.
The vast majority of people I ask "Why did the US make such a point to seperate the church and state?" answer "To protect the government from religious influence"

"no.... It was to protect the church from the government. These people just left a country where the King abolished their church and setup his own so he could divorce his wife"

People should really pay attention in history class, it's important.

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I like his stance on states rights, but he has some really wacky ideas in some other areas. Most notably, he does not favor the separation of church and state.
He's a Constitutionalist, so the way he sees it is that there may be no theocracy and no law may be written that is based on faith. Well here, this is how he says it.


And FWIW I'm a lifelong atheist, but I know not everyone shares that point of view, so I think Paul's ideas on the matter are at least better than those who completely speak against the Constitution and say that religion should be a huge factor in government.

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No way. You totally don't forget. Maybe you'll be more wobbly and slow or whatever but no way you straight up forget how to do everything.
I took a film class in college once and holy crap was it good. We watched some great movies I never would have seen (The Fountainhead, About Schmidt) and some classics (Star Wars) but I really did learn a lot about how movies are made, how to analyze them, etc. I took it because I was short a few credits, but it ended up really sticking with me to this day.

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And FWIW I'm a lifelong atheist, but I know not everyone shares that point of view, so I think Paul's ideas on the matter are at least better than those who completely speak against the Constitution and say that religion should be a huge factor in government.
I'll agree with you completely there.

It's politics, so I don't expect to agree with him on everything. He's probably the best candidate of the republicans, but that's really not saying a whole lot.

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I hate walking.

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Yeah, something is probably wrong if you agree with any one candidate on everything. I certainly don't share every idea/belief that Paul has, but I think he uses common sense way more than any other candidate and for that reason alone I doubt he has a shot at the nomination. Paul does have a huge following, but that won't counteract the high number of morons we have in this country that actually think Romney or Gingrinch are wholesome, honest people.

Gingrinch, for one, denies ever going to the Bohemian Grove (where Republicans meet every year and it's been reported all over that gay prostitutes have made trips there at the same time) even though it's well-documented fact that he has been there. His name is on the document that lists everyone to attend the annual events, yet he still plays dumb and denies ever going. He is, to put it bluntly, a complete liar.

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I took a film class in college once and holy crap was it good. We watched some great movies I never would have seen (The Fountainhead, About Schmidt) and some classics (Star Wars) but I really did learn a lot about how movies are made, how to analyze them, etc. I took it because I was short a few credits, but it ended up really sticking with me to this day.
Oh wow that sounds pretty neat. The only film classes we have here are all like "analyze silent films" or "alfred hitchcock. the class". I've yet to have a class where I took it just for credits but in the end turned out being super amazing. Though my Astronomy class where the professor feels the need to teach using interpretive dance in addition to lecture at 7:30 in the morning may take that title. Just out of sheer ridiculousness.

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Gingrinch, for one, denies ever going to the Bohemian Grove (where Republicans meet every year and it's been reported all over that gay prostitutes have made trips there at the same time) even though it's well-documented fact that he has been there. His name is on the document that lists everyone to attend the annual events, yet he still plays dumb and denies ever going. He is, to put it bluntly, a complete liar.
Gingrich is a huge piece of ****, I think that is well documented. I mean, come on, he cheated on and left his wife while she was in the hospital for cancer while advocating impeachment for Clinton for the whole Lewinski fiasco.

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Yeah, something is probably wrong if you agree with any one candidate on everything. I certainly don't share every idea/belief that Paul has, but I think he uses common sense way more than any other candidate and for that reason alone I doubt he has a shot at the nomination. Paul does have a huge following, but that won't counteract the high number of morons we have in this country that actually think Romney or Gingrinch are wholesome, honest people.

Gingrinch, for one, denies ever going to the Bohemian Grove (where Republicans meet every year and it's been reported all over that gay prostitutes have made trips there at the same time) even though it's well-documented fact that he has been there. His name is on the document that lists everyone to attend the annual events, yet he still plays dumb and denies ever going. He is, to put it bluntly, a complete liar.

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I went to the Reagen library recently, I grew up with Reagan as president but going to the library (which is btw, incredibly awesome, even if you didn't like the guy) and was reminded the biggest difference between the Republican party when he was president, and today. Reagen's message was about hope and confidence in America. He constantly pounded into peoples head that this is the greatest country on earth, that we will come through our problems stronger than ever, etc. Today the Republican party (both parties really) are about fear. Kind of depressing.

It's why I think it should be made illegal to affiliate yourself with any one party. I party can endorse a candidate, but a candidate cannot claim himself a representative of a party. So the Republicans can choose to suggest a candidate to their constituency, but that candidate, but the Green party could support the same guy too. The candidate would feel considerably less pressure to 'toe the company line', and 'return favors' once elected. It's mostly a perception thing, but that can make all the difference. Couple it with tax payer funded campaign funds/limits and I think we might actually get some people who belong in the office running for president.

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Oh wow that sounds pretty neat. The only film classes we have here are all like "analyze silent films" or "alfred hitchcock. the class".
Yah it was very cool. It really made me think of movies (some anyway) as art and not just entertainment.

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I went to the Reagen library recently, I grew up with Reagan as president but going to the library (which is btw, incredibly awesome, even if you didn't like the guy) and was reminded the biggest difference between the Republican party when he was president, and today. Reagen's message was about hope and confidence in America. He constantly pounded into peoples head that this is the greatest country on earth, that we will come through our problems stronger than ever, etc. Today the Republican party (both parties really) are about fear. Kind of depressing.

It's why I think it should be made illegal to affiliate yourself with any one party. I party can endorse a candidate, but a candidate cannot claim himself a representative of a party. So the Republicans can choose to suggest a candidate to their constituency, but that candidate, but the Green party could support the same guy too. The candidate would feel considerably less pressure to 'toe the company line', and 'return favors' once elected. It's mostly a perception thing, but that can make all the difference. Couple it with tax payer funded campaign funds/limits and I think we might actually get some people who belong in the office running for president.
I like that! I really hate the red/blue crap. I'm completely against the war on drugs (our government has been caught time and time again running drugs/drug money), but Reagan did have what you mentioned right.

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Absolutely terrible day, I have to walk around with a silver dollar sized blister at the top of my foot (from my burning accident). Only to come home and remember that ****** is shut down.

I have come to the harsh conclusion that, while I absolutely love cooking, I need to marry someone who can cook for me. I'm too much of a hazard to myself when I try cooking. My cooking-related injuries are just far too high.


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Absolutely terrible day, I have to walk around with a silver dollar sized blister at the top of my foot (from my burning accident). Only to come home and remember that ****** is shut down.

I have come to the harsh conclusion that, while I absolutely love cooking, I need to marry someone who can cook for me. I'm too much of a hazard to myself when I try cooking. My cooking-related injuries are just far too high.
haha, cooking is a dangerous job, any chef will tell you. I do all the cooking in my family (my wife is afraid of the kitchen, though she bakes a little) and have burned the crap out of myself so often I don't even feel it anymore. I accidentally splashed (tiny amount) boiling olive oil on myself and a house guest yesterday and she ran around yelping and I didn't even notice heh.

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