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  1. plotthickens
    08-26-2014 06:49 AM
    Thanks, but I don't visit facebook. Too much time working with official information-gathering networks to think that's a good idea.
  2. count0
    08-25-2014 09:00 PM
    I used to live in Midland MI, just a couple hours north of Detroit.
  3. INTJRyan
    08-20-2014 10:28 PM
    It's nice being on the same team with ya now and then.
  4. Arcanist
    08-18-2014 02:00 AM
    Probably something like libertarian socialist with markets. But it ultimately doesn't really matter.
  5. Kadadj
    08-18-2014 12:39 AM
  6. Arcanist
    08-17-2014 11:20 PM
    I moved to Oregon.

    Second question, I dunno. I find myself quickly running out of steam in these discussions because I've heard and repeated the same thing a thousand times to the point where I find it hard it to care and would rather resign myself to whatever fate befalls me in this system.
  7. Kadadj
    08-16-2014 05:47 PM
  8. Dangime
    08-16-2014 03:56 PM
    Yes, started as a Ron Paul type, socially liberal, fiscally conservative. Angnostic but not hostile to private practice of religion, etc.
  9. Rudy
    I had to edit this down for copyright concerns
  10. Dangime
    08-15-2014 03:17 AM
    I go back and forth between thinking practicality will demand a limited state, and market anarchy. I don't know if you can just switch to market anarchism from what we have. Might have to gradually slide into it with a limited state chartered to put itself out of business over time.
  11. Sokami Mashibe
    06-29-2014 11:18 PM
    Sokami Mashibe
    Because while it is not a perfect place to introduce it, it is vastly better than most sites on the internet, and I have been using it anyways.

    About you being an anarchist, well my own ideology is anarchistic in that it allows every single freedom that does not cause detriment, unfairness/exploition, Harm, or Hindrance of others or society. This is where I make the distinction between positive freedoms vs negative freedoms. Positive freedoms are things you can do because they are not immoral in any way, and negative freedoms are things you can't do because they are immoral.
  12. Sokami Mashibe
    I noticed you classified yourself as A leftish-Market-Anarchist. If you have not already checked out my thread regarding my political-philosophical Ideology that I call Morationalism, i would like to introduce you to my thread:

    A morationalist is one who believes that all forms of practicality should serve what is right and moral, so that there is no exploitation of individuals, no Harm or hindrance of individuals, or abitrary limitations on individuals, and that fairness i, both economic and social activies and settings is ensured.
  13. Traverser
    03-17-2014 07:45 PM
    You don't seem to get it. Bitcoin is a brand of software...and there are potentially limitless brands of the same concept. There are already dozens, if not hundreds, of other crypto-currencies out there already, so the total supply of TOTAL crypto-coins is bound to go up, not down. The only way for on Brand of software to dominate is either through government-enforced monopoly...or monopoly by competition.

    For example, Google is the #1 search engine...yet I don't pay squat for it. Granted, I prefer to use other search engines for privacy reasons (and they are all free), but Google remains the best in terms of relevant search results. Because of this, Google became the most successful. Likewise, Bitcoin is but a platform for a software SERVICE, which can be replicated infinitely. Miners and speculators will inevitably get smaller and smaller returns until they learn to earn money in other ways.

    Here's what I'm thinking will happen next. Bitcoin's "coins" become free over time...but the maintainers start selling support services on the side to companies wanting to specialize in their crypto-currency as a transaction service. This is the same approach that Linux distros like Ubuntu adopt, and it works.

    Btw, thanks for offering, but I'm cool. I already have a wallet of my own. Just because it isn't a long-term store of value doesn't mean it isn't useful.
  14. Traverser
    03-16-2014 12:55 AM
    My opinion hasn't changed for better or worse. Like I said before, I love the technology...but I'm not convinced that the BRAND (Bitcoin) of said technology would ever hold its value over time. Basically, if you get in, prepare to get out like the boom/bust days of the Internet's early beginnings. I also still maintain that with the booming # of crypto-currencies out there, that they'll eventually reach 0 in price...and you will also see more banks coming up to use this cost-effective type of transaction-verification. Peer-Review systems of exchanges are still problematic because of the fact that they take more time the bigger the network becomes...but they'll still fill niches and, best of all, every business can adopt its own version.
  15. BlSH0P
    01-23-2014 12:56 AM
    oh. then thanks lol
  16. BlSH0P
    01-19-2014 10:44 PM
  17. INTroJect
    01-14-2014 07:09 AM
    INTroJect commented on How to end enslavement by the banks
    I know to be cautious of taking a false sense of security. feature=c4-overview
  18. SkyBright
    11-19-2013 02:20 PM
    I think I'm missing something here ... Was this a mistake or test message?
  19. Traverser
    11-18-2013 10:19 PM
    And omg, the Free Detroit project may as well be say they've succeeded, because the city government is woefully inept. All that's left is to put the "Capital" in "Anarcho-Capitalist" and fill the void for law and order. Too bad the city government is is still declaring war on the wrong people.

    As far as El Paso is concerned, you are right; there are libertarians here, and definitely agree that we anarchs aren't on the verge of extinction anymore. Hmmm, orgs like TMC give me great hope. A storm is definitely coming.
  20. Traverser
    11-18-2013 10:12 PM
    Holy crap! You're on TV! :P Cool links, btw. I can see why he would avoid making that connection on purpose...because there's always the possibility of such an organization being targeted for extinction if he overtly made that connection. This guy has been doing this since the 90s without being shut down for "treason"; I say he's probably pretty smart.

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