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  • Aeolian Harps and Broken Bows

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    You are so beautiful my love

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  • Spilt Milk

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    Obviously what sounds realistic to you depends on your reality and your experiences There actually is a recycling bin outside this store Squatting is an interesting concept and actually isn't that well defined. You could just as easily say that squatting is occupying any place that doesn't belong to you. I've heard people who stay inside their rental apartment but refuse to pay rent referred to as squatters before. The definition you provided is a bit of a paradox anyways. I suppose a shadow cou…

  • Is culture a privilege?

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    That's why the internet is a powerful tool. It breaks down some aspects of geographic borders, allows us to share more efficiently with each other. If language is an issue there are translation engines if you are not interested in learning the language yourself, and if you are there are entire forums dedicated to people helping each other teach each other new languages. Obviously cannot share food like we share music, but we can at least share recipes Maybe there are some cultures that feel like…

  • Spilt Milk

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    honestly that doesn't sound like a realistic response but if you want that to be your hypothetical and they become squatters then the issue is no longer the milk. Like any place, there are good leaders and bad leaders. I don't need to be a part of the workforce to know that There's more to the work dynamic than just, get Z done in X time. How you treat your employees is important.

  • EVERYBODY THIS IS MY GIRLFRIEND AND YOU CAN'T HAVE HER BECAUSE SHE IS MINE *snuggles Magnolia* and I am hers

  • Spilt Milk

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    A teacher commands her classroom by her body language, tone of voice (soft, drawing them in, or projecting outward) , flicking the lights on and off, etc. A commanding presence =/= intimidation. There are teachers that command a classroom through humor, anecdotes, clapping signals, playing games, etc. A manager could discharge the situation by saying something like "hahah, that's really cute girls, there's a recycle bin outside the store in the parking lot." If a manager can't handle a couple yo…

  • Spilt Milk

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    barred from the store is more than reasonable. Invoking authorities coming to the store along with the whole bureaucratic system for convicting, assigning, and overseeing or verifying the community service (if that's how this would work wherever you are) i reiterate, seems unnecessary to me over a bottle of milk.

  • Spilt Milk

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    lol our hypothetical has been split, but whatever. if a store manager doesn't have a commanding enough presence to convince a couple of young people to leave his store he's obviously not a competent manager. Pouring milk down a drain a danger to the store. lmao. I've already answered your question as the entirety of this thread. Your question isn't even the issue, and apparently you can't see the answer. Quote from era: “ Was this enforcement of law necessary, or was it right to begin with?”

  • Is culture a privilege?

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    not everyone is able to travel like that (or want to) nor is travel encouraged or allowed within some countries to other outside countries. I don't just mean experiencing a physical geographic place and immersion in a new social context (however that is interesting). I mean things that people have left behind, possibly from cultures that have moved on, yet what has been left behind seeps into what we now know. Also, cross cultural things as well like food and music.

  • Spilt Milk

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    well this is getting boring now and please stop comparing my home to a grocery store. You've been missing the forest for the trees this whole thread. Mall Cops are hired by private security agents as far as I know and they are trained for specifically handling retail theft I would guess. Calling public servants of the law and using man power paid for by tax dollar, trained to shoot to kill, high speed vehicle maneuvers, taze, phase, pepper spray, intercept, apprehend dangerous armed individuals,…

  • um i pretty much look the same as my teenage self except facial hair. chickenpotpi.jpg ---------- Post added at 08:38 PM ---------- Previous post was at 08:16 PM ---------- the shirt is a pun .-.

  • Is culture a privilege?

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    I don't want to start off with a huge long post but the question is pretty straight forward I think. Is culture a privilege? or is appreciating, experiencing, and enjoying other culture outside of your own a privilege?

  • Favourite Pokemon game

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    for mainstream gameplay XY handsdown. For pure enjoyment and chillness I like pokemon snap. However there has never been a character as shrouded in mystery as mewtwo/mew from original RBGY. (Hidden Content)

  • Spilt Milk

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    was not replying to you directly there, sorry for confusion. Obviously, if someone is in a tux, they have a cello in the backseat with a music stand and sheet music to pachabell's canon (lol) chain-smoking cigarettes with coffee spilt all over the seat they are probably going to play at a wedding. If I were an officer and was called in for ''shoplifting'' only to arrive there and find that a couple girls had been pouring milk on the floor and asking for refunds I would be pissed that the store m…

  • Spilt Milk

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    it's really easy to control traffic, all you need is a car for each lane present and maybe some junk on the shoulder. Hell, I've blocked off a whole lane on a highway by myself as a citizen just by wearing a traffic cone on my head and jumper cables around my chest and holding up my hand for one lane and waving on the other lane. If you choke up the highways they have to take all side roads and by the time any enforcement on wheels finds out what's really going on everyone has already dispersed.…

  • Spilt Milk

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    Not going to argue legal or medical semantics with you on this one Error. Of course it's not the norm, it's a special occasion. The police escort going 10 over isn't how you get there fast it's ignoring traffic and lights along the way from the police escort, the musician was already going over the speed limit. To someone who cares a lot about the music at their wedding, especially if the musician is a personal friend, and there is a mix up on the correct address, delaying that music further by …

  • Spilt Milk

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    I don't necessarily agree that consistency is the power of law enforcement. An officer is allowed to use his best judgement in certain situations like traffic violations. Intent to break the traffic violation like earlier mentioned is not necessarily a good indication on whether enforcement is necessary. Personally, I have been involved in a wedding where the wrong address was handed out to the musicians. When my friend in our music group finally realized he was in the complete wrong location he…

  • Spilt Milk

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    Quote from Soeroah: “ Them being arrested, even as a first offense, should teach them that what they did was illegal, stupid, and against the spirit of the law, if not the letter, and should discourage them from trying to do it again. That's the point. ” that's an interesting idea. When you refer to the spirit of the law you mean you believe say that a government's constitution is a living, breathing document?

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    Quote from era: “Quote from Mod Avatar I: “Quote from Era: “you are over modding broseph. :p” Huh? It's pretty common for us to delete one-liner posts that don't add much to the discussion. Also, it was actually brought up to me in a conversation outside the forums and we all seemed to agree that your post should be deleted, it just happened that I was the one who did the deletion.” Quote from Era: “meh, i disagree, less modding is better modding. even though it is a one liner it has potential t…

  • Spilt Milk

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    you would be able to tell the shavings were put back on. at the very least you could put a slight bend the corner of the ticket. and everyone would know that ticket yields no win. The furniture chopping scenario really is not the same. Milk, even inside the bottle, separates by its own accord as it is a liquid. You have to purposefully separate furniture with an axe. What makes the milk valuable is the nutrients and the taste, texture, etc. I guess retail laws are different elsewhere from state …

  • Spilt Milk

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    Quote from ;: “” of course scratching the ticket is drinking the milk. If you know it is a losing ticket or you didn't get a tic-tac-to line up or whatever, why would you buy it? you've scratched it off, you know the numbers, then you put the shavings back on, and then you can tell everyone not to buy the ticket.The gamble is the milk, once you lift the agnostic veil there is no gamble, there is no milk.

  • Music Chit-Chat Track 04: End Of Time

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  • Kaguya: do you have the shiny charm or foreign ditto? I hatched one shiny eevee in dream ball, (IV's not great) with shiny charm and german ditto. I forgot those statistics, but the highest chance you get of just one shiny egg is like 1/3000 so two shiny eggs in one day is really really good luck.

  • Spilt Milk

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    I'm not sure how being arrested (put in cuffs, going to jail or holding, police station, etc...) for the first time is not a life changing experience, especially at a young age. To anyone that says that laws must be enforced 100% of the time, is a police officer neglegting his job when he lets someone off with a traffic warning? These girls were not given warnings for their first offense, they were arrested on site and put in cuffs. (Hidden Content)

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    I guess you don't understand the legal status of bearer bonds? Regardless, my question was this: was the enforcement of this law necesserary or was it right to begin with? what concerns me is that the focus was immediately drawn around the issue of whether it was shoplifting or not. The real issue is that these girls were arrested and sent to jail over spilt milk. I'm not sure if you guys have experienced that or not but that is a very life changing event. Instead of the store manager talking to…

  • Spilt Milk

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    the milk is not pasturized, the bottle is not sterile. Unlike the TV leaving the parking lot, the milk never left the store, and the floor would likely be more steril than the milk in medical terms. In this store, ownership of the bottle has never been a prerequisite for receiving the $2.00, even if it was, merely holding the bottle is proof of ownership, much like bearer bonds. If purifying the dirt from the milk was required for reselling, the purification process would be covered by the $2.00…

  • Spilt Milk

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    if they are that conserned about the milk they can get it off the floor and purify it. it is their responsibility to keep the floors clean, any impurities or 'vandalism' of the milk is a direct result of them not keeping their floors or drains clean. also: anyone can return an empty bottle for the refund. no proof of ownership is ever required at this store for the refund. only the physical bottle.

  • Spilt Milk

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    the milk never left the store.

  • not a deciding factor, a consideration. My concern was imbreeding causing genetic disease, but the button fixes that, so I would still press it.

  • Spilt Milk

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    There is a special milk at a grocery store that comes in glass bottles. If you return the glass bottle at the front of the store you get $2.00 back because they reuse the bottles at the factory. Say some girls walk into the store and dump the milk onto the floor and down the drain. (The drains in this store don't actually go anywhere or drain outside the store, must be manually released into environment.) They then hand in the empty bottles for $2.00 refund at the front. The police are called an…

  • Quote from Leo_: “Again, Two-Face included himself in the coin flips. Doesn't make flipping the coin for the kid OK though, does it? Consistency in one's insanity is still insanity.<br /> Well answer me this: what if the button randomly poofed away all but 144,000 people? All but 50,000 people? All but 100? All but 50? All but 10? Is your answer still the same in each of those situations?” I thought I implied this earlier, I will write it all out. You can architect the button so that a series of…

  • Leo: under a utilitarian model, pressing the button is the only right thing to do. The moral neutrality isn't that the button did it or that randomness did it, there was a button presser that is responsible who is under the power of the button. The moral neutrality is choosing who is poofed away (murdered from existence). The OP doesn't clarify also that if you are poofed away from existence, this would imply that memories and artifacts belonging to you would also be poofed away, (since memories…

  • vulpes are you saying the the journey to Utopia is better than the destination and we should never actualize utopia, or that once we reach utopia then the real journey begins? bbl leo

  • Even if mortality is our greatest ally, we can still choose mortality. What is our progress even for if not to achieve Utopia? We have been progressing for millennia and still have not reached Utopia. It is time to press the button. If we reach a utopia, is there any need to progress within ourselves? Progress could then change to reaching out and finding new life, and helping them find their own utopia.

  • It's the Thanos button. if you don't press the button, that 50% that would die from pressing the button are going to die anyway. if it is truly random then there is a certain level of moral neutrality to pressing the button and poofing people away, there is no cultural or individual biasedness to pressing the button presuming that the button presser(s) could also be poofed away. So if you press the button, half the world that would eventually die in a perhaps gruesome way are painlessly poofed a…

  • Music Chit-Chat Track 04: End Of Time

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    Quote from ;: “” skinny puppy ~ worlock they are awesome live. Very theatrical. \m/ Skinny Puppy - Worlock (1989) [HQ] - YouTube

  • Is logic infallible?

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    Sorry I didn't read all the replies. Regarding things like cube spheres or squircles sphubers xD, I will use quantum as an example. We can actually have things we can't actually see but that emit properties of squares and circles at the same time. A quantum squircle emits properties of squares and circles at the same time. A quantum squircle when spinning around in the water, wwe can't see the squircle, but we see the waves in the water it creates and it emits wave patterns both how a circle and…

  • ^I love alt-J's sound. The end of of breezeblocks it sounds like a weird mix of a fugue and a canon. I like it. nl1yqzgeemc Canadian rap, yes. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~` _dE4YrrAAGk BWf-eARnf6U