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September 01, 2017, 10:26:28 AM
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...generalize, username, TPTBWhen the matter get so O/T and is entire of obscure terms that only philosophy majors know, I just let my eyes to cloud more than whilst studying them, and let my head drift.Form of a inexpensive way to get a tiny rest all around below. 
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September 15, 2017, 06:03:39 PM
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...Philosophy of morality (and just morality by yourself, or philosophy by yourself) are massive matters.  Re downloading music illegally, effectively, when I want to hear to songs, I possibly switch the radio on, put on a CD or go to Youtube.  I never download music, but that's just me.Would be listening to music on Youtube rely as immoral?  Not heading there.  Example: does unlawful downloading "combat the gentleman"?  Arguing philosophy is earlier mentioned my paygrade.  A deep, deep established of rabbit holes.  I have even bigger fish I am attempting to fry: protecting my worthwhile assets in the perilous moments to occur.
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September 16, 2017, 02:56:47 AM
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...Philosophy of morality (and just morality by yourself, or philosophy by yourself) are massive matters.  Re downloading music illegally, effectively, when I want to hear to songs, I possibly switch the radio on, put on a CD or go to Youtube.  I never download music, but that's just me.Would be listening to music on Youtube rely as immoral?  Not heading there.  Example: does unlawful downloading "combat the gentleman"?  Arguing philosophy is earlier mentioned my paygrade.  A deep, deep established of rabbit holes.  I have even bigger fish I am attempting to fry: protecting my worthwhile assets in the perilous moments to occur.


I started this thread with exactly the same thinking: protect my assets.  Not to steal music or other's intellectual property, etc.

I try to stay away from morality arguments, as I am quite imperfect.
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November 06, 2017, 08:26:50 PM
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...Philosophy of morality (and merely morality on your own, or viewpoint on your own) are huge topics.  Re installing music illegally, well, when I wish to listen to songs, I possibly change the radio on, placed on a Compact disc or go to Youtube.  I don't obtain music, but that is just me.Would be listening to songs on Youtube count as immoral?  Not heading there.  Example: does illegal installing Inchbattle the man"?  Arguing viewpoint is over my paygrade.  A heavy, heavy group of rabbit holes.  I have larger fish I am attempting to cook: protecting my worthwhile property in the perilous times in the future.
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November 07, 2017, 05:29:16 AM
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...generalize, login name, TPTBWhen the topic get so O/Capital t and is full of obscure words that only philosophy majors know, I just allow my eye to cloud over while reading them, and allow my thoughts float.Sort of an inexpensive way to get just a little relaxation around here. 
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November 07, 2017, 06:19:31 PM
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I think should you commit better you've got a little capital in investing for me just pointless.
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November 10, 2017, 07:11:25 AM
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...OK, but Einstein was, nicely, Einstein.  I am just attempting to protect my small behunky in the violent times in the future, and to try and carry what is possible over time for the children's advantage (or grandchild's).  InchGrandchildren, the genetic payback."  (author unfamiliar)Those nasty looking integrals produce the willies...  Or my eye impair up, purely your body's defense you know, cannot do anything whatsoever about it.
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November 11, 2017, 01:17:22 AM
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...Philosophy of morality (and just morality on your own, or philosophy by yourself) are large matters.  Re downloading songs illegally, well, when I want to listen to songs, I both change the radio on, put on a CD or go to Youtube.  I never down load tunes, but that's just me.Would be listening to songs on Youtube depend as immoral?  Not heading there.  Example: does unlawful downloading "struggle the male"?  Arguing philosophy is above my paygrade.  A deep, deep set of rabbit holes.  I have bigger fish I am attempting to fry: defending my worthwhile property in the perilous instances to occur.
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December 04, 2017, 05:45:10 AM
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Personally I'm not surprised about this at all, countries want to know everything that their people are doing and they want to have as much information as possible, even though it is not really worth it and the information is useless for a majority of countries.

They always want to know where your money has gone and to who and where everything moves, and this means that they can stop or go after anyone that doesn't fit their worldview or what they want you to do. It really is economic totalitarianism.
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December 19, 2017, 07:49:44 AM
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If your health is preventing you from completing your work and reaping the rewards, and it would enable you to take care of your health while someone sincere and capable develops your project I don't think that would be a bad idea.

It would also depend if you think their offer is fair compensation for the time you have spent on it over the past few years.

It would also be a disappointing to see the project bought out, abandoned, and sabotaged if they are dishonest, and you are prevented from taking over again.
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December 20, 2017, 04:33:40 AM
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Personally I'm not surprised about this at all, countries want to know everything that their people are doing and they want to have as much information as possible, even though it is not really worth it and the information is useless for a majority of countries.

They always want to know where your money has gone and to who and where everything moves, and this means that they can stop or go after anyone that doesn't fit their worldview or what they want you to do. It really is economic totalitarianism.


And unfortunately that trend is continuing, if not accelerating.  Privacy is hard to achieve now.
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December 20, 2017, 11:05:24 AM
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Personally I'm not surprised about this at all, countries want to know everything that their people are doing and they want to have as much information as possible, even though it is not really worth it and the information is useless for a majority of countries.

They always want to know where your money has gone and to who and where everything moves, and this means that they can stop or go after anyone that doesn't fit their worldview or what they want you to do. It really is economic totalitarianism.


And unfortunately that trend is continuing, if not accelerating.  Privacy is hard to achieve now.
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April 26, 2018, 11:29:49 AM
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From feb months thats very hard to bitcoin to reach again +10k value again, price is reduced to very low value now, I think we should hold

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