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A Banned User
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posted 05-17-09 01:42 PM EDT (US)         
--- Bum Bash XXX ---






<3

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A Banned User
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posted 08-19-09 07:55 PM EDT (US)     451 / 1865       
With a double l to.

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Ashrzr
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posted 08-19-09 08:49 PM EDT (US)     452 / 1865       
And supposed to be a double o for the "to".

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Old Bachus
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posted 08-20-09 01:56 AM EDT (US)     453 / 1865       
Another summer, gone. *sigh*

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Sir Hugh
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posted 08-20-09 09:56 PM EDT (US)     454 / 1865       
I have until Monday to get wasted.

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Arvedui
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posted 08-21-09 03:00 AM EDT (US)     455 / 1865       


I just want to hug Barney Frank right now.

$50 to anyone who could make it reality!

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Ashrzr
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posted 08-21-09 09:50 AM EDT (US)     456 / 1865       
I just want to hug Barney
Don't we all...

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Old Bachus
Dúnadan
posted 08-21-09 01:24 PM EDT (US)     457 / 1865       
Can't wait till we get our national health care.

What are you Canadians gonna brag about know?!?!?

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A Banned User
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posted 08-21-09 02:29 PM EDT (US)     458 / 1865       
I want to punch Barney. I once saw his film when I was about 8 and it was dreadful.

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Sir Hugh
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posted 08-21-09 03:58 PM EDT (US)     459 / 1865       
He could of done a bit more ridicule, but at least he slapped down the stupid commentator.

And hurting barney as a kid? No way, I sang the theme song and everything as a 4 year-old.
Can't wait till we get our national health care.
What are you Canadians gonna brag about know?!?!?
It's not a national or universal healthcare, it's health insurance reform. We're just trying to tame the middlemen instead of cutting them out. I don't think we're even going to get a public-insurance option now. Obama's weak-kneed, and some of the conservative democrats are backing away, and almost all the Republicans won't back anything they don't introduce in the house or senate...

So, I think we're screwed, and even if it passes, we are still screwed, although a little less harshly.

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Arvedui
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posted 08-21-09 06:31 PM EDT (US)     460 / 1865       
I'm of the opinion that while we need stuff like a public option, the bill doesn't address everything and still needs a good amount of improvement. For example, medicare pays 5 times what other insurance companies pay because senators and representatives are influenced by lobbyists from drug companies to NOT make any settlements to decrease prices because it would supposedly bankrupt the drug companies (which is in no way true). But if we can get that and a couple of other things, and if the government would run this more like a business and not ruin it by wasting money like they have with medicare, then I think a public option would be one of the best things healthcare has gotten in a long time. Lower premiums for all, no more of that "You aren't eligible for a colonoscopy because your wrist sprain has been categorized as a pre-existing condition" crap, more money for doctors like they deserve, as other insurance companies will increase money for doctors in order to attract more doctors to their plans (and I really hope the public option doesn't skimp on money for doctors - they truly do a lot of hard work and go through a lot of work to get to where they are, and then when they save lives everyday, their pay is slowly decreasing). We need a public option, truly.

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Old Bachus
Dúnadan
posted 08-21-09 07:45 PM EDT (US)     461 / 1865       
It's not a national or universal healthcare, it's health insurance reform. We're just trying to tame the middlemen instead of cutting them out. I don't think we're even going to get a public-insurance option now. Obama's weak-kneed, and some of the conservative democrats are backing away, and almost all the Republicans won't back anything they don't introduce in the house or senate...
I spend to much time on Conservapedia, lol.

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Drinian
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posted 08-21-09 11:43 PM EDT (US)     462 / 1865       
What I want to make sure is that people from the middle class are not being taxed to pay for healthcare for the uninsured ON TOP of the insurance premiums they already pay.


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Arvedui
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posted 08-22-09 02:32 AM EDT (US)     463 / 1865       
If they switch to the public option, though, the premiums will almost definitely be lower. If they stick with the regular health care insurance company, those premiums will also drop due to the public option competition. Those middle class people get lower premiums, no unexpected "you need a colonoscopy but your wrist sprain is a pre-existing condition so we're dropping your coverage" crap, and lower prices in general.

As far as a tax hike goes, Obama is only considering those for the wealthy, first of all, not middle class. I think a good level would be $500,000 for individuals and $1,000,000 for couples. Below that is still not good enough in this financial crisis, seeing as how even my family is in a good amount of debt right now.

And wasn't it the CBO which said that if the bill cuts out all the medicare waste that we have right now, the healthcare reform would support itself without a tax hike? We spend five times more than socialist countries on our healthcare system, yet we are ranked 37 by the WHO, right above Slovenia and below Costa Rica. We spend five times more and Western European countries are beating us by a good amount, the countries that Republicans bag on about being socialist. We spend five times more and we can't get healthcare to 50 million of our citizens (albeit, not all of them WANT healthcare - I'm still sure there a huge amount that do but can't afford it, and the advantages to those who have healthcare will be numerous, too). We spend five times more, and yet Glenn Beck called our healthcare system one of the worst in the world in early 2008 when he got a colonscopy. He still had this view when off the meds and on his show! Incidentally, since then, we've actually become the country with the best healthcare system in the world now that he's forgotten that ordeal. *rolls eyes*

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"I don't watch cartoons, those are for third class people." - Arvy
"Yeah, children, those third class people." - Sails
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Drinian
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posted 08-22-09 10:39 AM EDT (US)     464 / 1865       
As far as a tax hike goes, Obama is only considering those for the wealthy, first of all, not middle class. I think a good level would be $500,000 for individuals and $1,000,000 for couples. Below that is still not good enough in this financial crisis, seeing as how even my family is in a good amount of debt right now.
Another thing I am concerned about is how these tax hikes will affect small businesses and the self employed. How do people become wealthy in that bracket? Often its by working hard with a small business. Forcing them personally or their business to pay higher taxes for healthcare puts a big crunch on things. I know the redistribution of wealth is a VERY popular concept, take from the rich and give to the poor, but sometimes I question if it removes some of the incentive to work hard and become wealthy. The last thing we need is millions of Americans mooching off the government for everything and expecting somebody else to pay for it. A democratic government collapses when its people discover they can vote the treasury into their own pockets.
We spend five times more and we can't get healthcare to 50 million of our citizens (albeit, not all of them WANT healthcare - I'm still sure there a huge amount that do but can't afford it, and the advantages to those who have healthcare will be numerous, too).
I'm glad you question the 50 million number at face value. I wonder how many of these 50 million are

A. Illegal Immigrants
B. People who don't WANT healthcare
C. Young people who really aren't very likely to NEED the same level of healthcare

And lastly, I tend to think that the government does a pretty much rotten job of running just about everything. Look at Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, and tell me they are financially responsible enough to be in charge of our healthcare too.


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Nacht Jaeger
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posted 08-22-09 08:33 PM EDT (US)     465 / 1865       
i r bak lulz

Anyway, I wouldn't be opposed to a government-run health plan as long as they don't screw everything up, like they do with most things. However, I would like the Congressmen to actually, like, read the bill before passing it.

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Sir Hugh
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posted 08-22-09 08:51 PM EDT (US)     466 / 1865       
I know the redistribution of wealth is a VERY popular concept, take from the rich and give to the poor, but sometimes I question if it removes some of the incentive to work hard and become wealthy.
I consider the wealthy to be the upper 5% of the population who's annual income are upwards 20 million a year from both their salaries and investment returns. Few of these people are Bill Gates or Warren Buffets. At least 90% of them come from rich families who have all of the advantages and have been elite for a long time. Sure being groomed in a rich family, going to Harvard Business, navigating the financial shotgun-capitalist markets, helping to control a company, staying with it until the are a CO or better is hard work, but how many rise up from the lower ranks? They profit off of everyone elses' work. The overall tax system of America is in fact regressive (1 and 2).
However, I would like the Congressmen to actually, like, read the bill before passing it.
They never do. Not during the Old Bush, Clinton, Young Bush administrations, and they aren't going to change for Obama. Not even the weirdos like Ron Paul and attorneys like Ralph Nader read it. I think the Supreme Court doesn't either... It's just funner to make up stuff to screech over.

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Old Bachus
Dúnadan
posted 08-23-09 01:05 AM EDT (US)     467 / 1865       
And hurting barney as a kid? No way, I sang the theme song and everything as a 4 year-old.
Ever notice how he's a T-Rex, they're carnivores, and the show got a new cast of kids each season?
They never do. Not during the Old Bush, Clinton, Young Bush administrations, and they aren't going to change for Obama. Not even the weirdos like Ron Paul and attorneys like Ralph Nader read it. I think the Supreme Court doesn't either... It's just funner to make up stuff to screech over.
Bah, politicians only ever get succesful by telling folks what they want to hear. Only by making promises they can't keep do they get anywhere. Not that it means they'll be bad leaders or anything, just that they aren't remembered for anything they said they'd do. Lincoln didn't set out to hold the Union together.

Every majour canidate since Nixon has promised oil independance. Part of the aftermath of the Arab Oil Embargo he said we'd be self sufficient on fuel in the far off year of 1980. Here we are in 2009 and our current President and his opponent both promised the same thing by 2020.

So in conclusion if a bill sounds good then hey, by all means pass it! Who cares about the details.

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Sir Hugh
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posted 08-23-09 12:23 PM EDT (US)     468 / 1865       
Ever notice how he's a T-Rex, they're carnivores, and the show got a new cast of kids each season?
*scream of horror*

We'll still be utilizing gasoline for at least another 60 years and the countries with the minerals will continue to reap profits from the US and other countries. However electric vehicles and hybrids will be growing in popularity (and decreasing in price) and the military is going to switch increasing mixtures of biofuels/gasoline to power jets, etc. Engineering research is lowering solar cell production costs and now there are home-wind turbine systems. Could be that small homes can run off the power grid at $20-30K in the next decade.

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Arvedui
Messiah of Fail
(id: ashwin13)
posted 08-23-09 02:15 PM EDT (US)     469 / 1865       
I know the redistribution of wealth is a VERY popular concept, take from the rich and give to the poor, but sometimes I question if it removes some of the incentive to work hard and become wealthy. The last thing we need is millions of Americans mooching off the government for everything and expecting somebody else to pay for it. A democratic government collapses when its people discover they can vote the treasury into their own pockets.
I don't want a welfare state, personally. I don't think most people do. However, at the same time, a lot of people ignore the fact that redistribution of wealth has been around since the 1920s, and billions of dollars were redistributed under Bush himself in just 2005. The fact is, even without a tax hike, we're still having redistribution of wealth. When it comes to small businesses, that's why I don't like the cap and trade bill. I think if we want to support alternative forms of energy and reduce carbon emissions, a better way to do so would be with subsidizing alternative energy forms. The market will automatically move away from that. When we have much more businesses on alternative forms of energy, THEN we can put a carbon cap. However, now, it'll put unnecessary taxes on small businesses in the middle of a financial crisis over stuff that they have little control over since many don't have the money to do anything about the form of energy they use.
And lastly, I tend to think that the government does a pretty much rotten job of running just about everything. Look at Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, and tell me they are financially responsible enough to be in charge of our healthcare too.
Look at NASA, look at the public education system, look at our road system, look at our military, and look at the US postal office, and then tell me that they can't run anything. These are all wonderfully run businesses by the government. I think the big difference here and with stuff like medicare is that our congressmen have much more of a role (at least, this is my opinion - I'd love to be proven wrong) in those things that you mention than what I mentioned. It's not the government, it's the idiots (most of them) that we elect into office.
However, I would like the Congressmen to actually, like, read the bill before passing it.
When do these guys read bills? How do you think the DMCA got passed?
Not that it means they'll be bad leaders or anything, just that they aren't remembered for anything they said they'd do. Lincoln didn't set out to hold the Union together.
Or that they actually did. It never gets old correcting people who think that Lincoln was anti-slavery AND pro-rights for blacks.
Bah, politicians only ever get succesful by telling folks what they want to hear.
DEATH PANELS!
We'll still be utilizing gasoline for at least another 60 years and the countries with the minerals will continue to reap profits from the US and other countries.
Ah, I disagree with you here. Me, I predict a oil crisis coming up soon. I think that the 21st century will be the century of natural crises, whether its oil or global warming. I also believe that in the 21st century, we're going to see a huge hump and many people will die, but at the end of it, mankind's whole schema will change dramatically for the better. And the 22nd century will be a time of rebuilding and creating a better future for all of us (as well as expansion from Earth, finally).

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"Yeah, children, those third class people." - Sails
And because I bet Blatant he wouldn't be orange in two days and lost... HEIL BLATANT!
Sir Hugh
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posted 08-23-09 05:35 PM EDT (US)     470 / 1865       
I disagree with you here. Me, I predict a oil crisis coming up soon. I think that the 21st century will be the century of natural crises, whether its oil or global warming. I also believe that in the 21st century, we're going to see a huge hump and many people will die, but at the end of it, mankind's whole schema will change dramatically for the better. And the 22nd century will be a time of rebuilding and creating a better future for all of us (as well as expansion from Earth, finally).
I hope we don't get into any large resource wars (EU vs. US vs. Russia vs. China). We are going to run out of oil (IIRC, we are around the projected 66% point), but it will still be an important resource powering transit for at least the next 60 years. There might be a rush a for the resources in the north, but Saudi Arabia and Russia and other oil-baron states will continue selling and profiting. In part because it will take another 20 years for electric vehicles to become practical and affordable to the upper-lower classes and average middle class. The military alone will continue to consume a lot, even as the ratio of biofuel mixtures increases.

I do agree that we will have more problems. Climate change will spread some deserts, but also make other places more lush. Droughts will start happening, and the water table of the US's plain states is continually getting so low that US's status of being the breadbasket of the world will be threatened by a long Dust Bowl. Things like the Bangladesh floods will only worsen as the ice fields melt in the Himalayas and the sea levels slowly rises.

There will be transitions. Let us hope they will not be bloody.

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Old Bachus
Dúnadan
posted 08-23-09 09:28 PM EDT (US)     471 / 1865       
Or that they actually did. It never gets old correcting people who think that Lincoln was anti-slavery AND pro-rights for blacks.
Don't remind me! Did you see that Amazing Grace film about William Wilberforce? Makes you think "Dang! That guy was amazing!" then you find out what he was really like. Then you think "Okay, he was good, but he was still kind of an ass".
We'll still be utilizing gasoline for at least another 60 years and the countries with the minerals will continue to reap profits from the US and other countries. However electric vehicles and hybrids will be growing in popularity (and decreasing in price) and the military is going to switch increasing mixtures of biofuels/gasoline to power jets, etc. Engineering research is lowering solar cell production costs and now there are home-wind turbine systems. Could be that small homes can run off the power grid at $20-30K in the next decade.
The switch from steam to gas went pretty smoothly. Of course it's not like steam ever reached it's full potential like gas did.

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Arvedui
Messiah of Fail
(id: ashwin13)
posted 08-24-09 00:16 AM EDT (US)     472 / 1865       
I hope we don't get into any large resource wars (EU vs. US vs. Russia vs. China).
EU? Ha! They'll end up fighting each other...
There might be a rush a for the resources in the north,
Drill baby drill? But yes, I do agree, and I fear that either the government must choose between protecting the area with soldiers or giving in and letting humans pilfer more land.
I do agree that we will have more problems. Climate change will spread some deserts, but also make other places more lush.
But the populous areas of the world - US East Coast, England's London, Coastal areas of Europe, Italy - will start to flood at the same time, basically creating loads of refugees for the world to handle. I think the half of Transcendent dealing with Michael Poole really outlines my expectations for the future perfectly. Refugees, flooding, disaster.
Droughts will start happening, and the water table of the US's plain states is continually getting so low that US's status of being the breadbasket of the world will be threatened by a long Dust Bowl.
A decades long one is my expectation - farther inland, more desert. Pangaea.
Things like the Bangladesh floods will only worsen as the ice fields melt in the Himalayas and the sea levels slowly rises.
We'll see third world countries more and more threatened by rising sea levels and in danger of a mass die out. Refugees from places like India will face an Earth that simply doesn't have room for them.
There will be transitions. Let us hope they will not be bloody.
Hope, perhaps, but a fool's hope nonetheless. There will be much bloodshed on the road to acceptance of nature, especially for a species like ours.
Don't remind me! Did you see that Amazing Grace film about William Wilberforce? Makes you think "Dang! That guy was amazing!" then you find out what he was really like. Then you think "Okay, he was good, but he was still kind of an ass".
Never watched it. What was it about?
The switch from steam to gas went pretty smoothly. Of course it's not like steam ever reached it's full potential like gas did.
But steam was never a major commodity like gas is. Steam was heated water, and you don't run out of water and steam doesn't harm the environment much. Gas is limited in supply and thus a major commodity for the countries where it can be found, making that transition far less smooth.

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"I don't watch cartoons, those are for third class people." - Arvy
"Yeah, children, those third class people." - Sails
And because I bet Blatant he wouldn't be orange in two days and lost... HEIL BLATANT!

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Old Bachus
Dúnadan
posted 08-24-09 12:38 PM EDT (US)     473 / 1865       
EU? Ha! They'll end up fighting each other...
Yeah, I doubt the EU will last. Something will probably come down the road that'll shatter it.
Never watched it. What was it about?
About William Wilberforce, he was a member the British Parliament in the 1700s and led the abolitionist movement. They kind of upgrade him like he was all equal rights when he really wasn't like they do with Lincoln. They even imply he advocated women's rights despite him once saying a woman's place "is in the kitchen". People these days don't understand that just because you think slavery's bad, doesn't mean you by any means consider others your equal.

Or that there really isn't a real link between racism and slavery for that matter.
and steam doesn't harm the environment much.
It would in the long run. Sure it's a wholesome fume, but think of all the trees needing to be chopped down or coal needing to get mined if steam lived to it's full potent. The world would look like Arizona.

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Ashrzr
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(id: normandy887)
posted 08-24-09 04:08 PM EDT (US)     474 / 1865       
Sigh...

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A Banned User
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posted 08-24-09 04:12 PM EDT (US)     475 / 1865       
In other news... TBK's still alive...

Yay?

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