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November 19, 2011, 07:14:13 AM
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So, it's 1 in the morning and I go on Facebook to play with the high and drunken boys and girls pissing their nights away. One girl admits she is higher than cloud 9 and then tells me she is off to drive to get some food after hap-hazardously and drunkenly sharing blackmail-worthy conversation.

I am starting to wonder if it ethical for me to hear this happen and let it pass with little intervention. I'm more concerned for other lives than the choices this girl is making.

Unremorsefully, I hate this kind of youth. I'm glad I skipped over this phase.
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November 19, 2011, 07:48:11 AM
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So, it's 1 in the morning and I go on Facebook to play with the high and drunken boys and girls pissing their nights away. One girl admits she is higher than cloud 9 and then tells me she is off to drive to get some food after hap-hazardously and drunkenly sharing blackmail-worthy conversation.

I am starting to wonder if it ethical for me to hear this happen and let it pass with little intervention. I'm more concerned for other lives than the choices this girl is making.

Unremorsefully, I hate this kind of youth. I'm glad I skipped over this phase.

Isn't it non-libertarian to try and stop people from doing things they want to do?

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November 19, 2011, 07:49:12 AM
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So, it's 1 in the morning and I go on Facebook to play with the high and drunken boys and girls pissing their nights away. One girl admits she is higher than cloud 9 and then tells me she is off to drive to get some food after hap-hazardously and drunkenly sharing blackmail-worthy conversation.

I am starting to wonder if it ethical for me to hear this happen and let it pass with little intervention. I'm more concerned for other lives than the choices this girl is making.

Unremorsefully, I hate this kind of youth. I'm glad I skipped over this phase.

Isn't it non-libertarian to try and stop people from doing things they want to do?
It is. A impaired driver killing or harming you is doing just that.
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November 19, 2011, 08:21:21 AM
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So, it's 1 in the morning and I go on Facebook to play with the high and drunken boys and girls pissing their nights away. One girl admits she is higher than cloud 9 and then tells me she is off to drive to get some food after hap-hazardously and drunkenly sharing blackmail-worthy conversation.

I am starting to wonder if it ethical for me to hear this happen and let it pass with little intervention. I'm more concerned for other lives than the choices this girl is making.

Unremorsefully, I hate this kind of youth. I'm glad I skipped over this phase.

Isn't it non-libertarian to try and stop people from doing things they want to do?
It is. A impaired driver killing or harming you is doing just that.

Derp derp fallacy detected. No one got hurt by her though.  Roll Eyes

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November 19, 2011, 11:06:37 AM
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If you are thinking of intervening with people's business no matter if it's against the law, i will personally come and impair you where you stand.

There's police for this sort of job, if she comits a crime, and the police catch her, then it's her fault. If she doesn't get stopped by the police then untill the day comes she will drink and drive.

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November 19, 2011, 12:37:06 PM
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If you are thinking of intervening with people's business no matter if it's against the law, i will personally come and impair you where you stand.

There's police for this sort of job, if she comits a crime, and the police catch her, then it's her fault. If she doesn't get stopped by the police then untill the day comes she will drink and drive.


If my personal morality includes interfering in other peoples lives then I reserve the right to do so - and then you have the right to come and impair me where I stand and then I have the right to defend myself (etc). Even if I don't happen to have the right I may very well do what the hell I like anyway.
The law doesn't define morality (and definitely doesn;t define mine) - if my friend is killing themselves doing drugs I would tell them my opinion. I'm free to do so and he's free to ignore me.
I reserve the right to do whatever I like - including interfering in other people's live.
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November 19, 2011, 04:12:18 PM
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So, it's 1 in the morning and I go on Facebook to play with the high and drunken boys and girls pissing their nights away. One girl admits she is higher than cloud 9 and then tells me she is off to drive to get some food after hap-hazardously and drunkenly sharing blackmail-worthy conversation.

I am starting to wonder if it ethical for me to hear this happen and let it pass with little intervention. I'm more concerned for other lives than the choices this girl is making.

Unremorsefully, I hate this kind of youth. I'm glad I skipped over this phase.

While your peers are having fun, you're on the internet at 1am specifically to look for something to make you feel better about yourself.  You don't think anyone is actually in danger, nor do you care.  You just want to make a post here so we can pat you on your head and tell you how good of a person you are.
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November 19, 2011, 05:17:21 PM
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I can sum all of this up in one quick quote

"kids these days know dick"

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November 19, 2011, 05:45:47 PM
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I can sum all of this up in one quick quote

"kids these days know dick"

Well, they may look like it, but I'm sure not ALL of them are gay.




Or are they?  Huh
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November 19, 2011, 06:11:01 PM
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So, it's 1 in the morning and I go on Facebook to play with the high and drunken boys and girls pissing their nights away. One girl admits she is higher than cloud 9 and then tells me she is off to drive to get some food after hap-hazardously and drunkenly sharing blackmail-worthy conversation.

I am starting to wonder if it ethical for me to hear this happen and let it pass with little intervention. I'm more concerned for other lives than the choices this girl is making.

Unremorsefully, I hate this kind of youth. I'm glad I skipped over this phase.

While your peers are having fun, you're on the internet at 1am specifically to look for something to make you feel better about yourself.  You don't think anyone is actually in danger, nor do you care.  You just want to make a post here so we can pat you on your head and tell you how good of a person you are.
Yes, Jalum, you have me all figured out. Bravo. So let's assume you're right: My self-esteem is dependent upon a humble Bitcoin forum. Now what? Does that make you feel better about yourself? Heh.
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November 19, 2011, 06:13:09 PM
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Anyways, if you think driving impaired is fine until there is an accident, I guess you're entitled to that moral preference. I won't stand under it though.
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November 19, 2011, 06:17:12 PM
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Anyways, if you think driving impaired is fine until there is an accident, I guess you're entitled to that moral preference. I won't stand under it though.

Another troll thread..

ffs man, go outside and get some air, and chase those "girls"

jesus, you need get off your high horse and find a different hobby other than making useless gripes on a bitcoin forum

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November 19, 2011, 06:23:44 PM
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Anyways, if you think driving impaired is fine until there is an accident, I guess you're entitled to that moral preference. I won't stand under it though.

Another troll thread..

ffs man, go outside and get some air, and chase those "girls"

jesus, you need get off your high horse and find a different hobby other than making useless gripes on a bitcoin forum

Nonsense! Griping is healthy! ..and I don't like your name! It sounds like you're an ESL teacher. Your picture of bruce campbell is stupid too! Fuck you! I AM ORIGINAL AND ALMIGHTY! I AM UNREMORSEFUL!

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November 19, 2011, 06:39:59 PM
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Anyways, if you think driving impaired is fine until there is an accident, I guess you're entitled to that moral preference. I won't stand under it though.

Another troll thread..

ffs man, go outside and get some air, and chase those "girls"

jesus, you need get off your high horse and find a different hobby other than making useless gripes on a bitcoin forum

Nonsense! Griping is healthy! ..and I don't like your name! It sounds like you're an ESL teacher. Your picture of bruce campbell is stupid too! Fuck you! I AM ORIGINAL AND ALMIGHTY! I AM UNREMORSEFUL!

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ESL teacher.. now thats funny Smiley


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I am unremorsefully unoriginal in my profile pic! Smiley

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November 19, 2011, 06:43:41 PM
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If you are thinking of intervening with people's business no matter if it's against the law, i will personally come and impair you where you stand.

There's police for this sort of job, if she comits a crime, and the police catch her, then it's her fault. If she doesn't get stopped by the police then untill the day comes she will drink and drive.


If my personal morality
Your personal morality is of no interest to me.

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November 19, 2011, 09:23:33 PM
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So, it's 1 in the morning and I go on Facebook to play with the high and drunken boys and girls pissing their nights away. One girl admits she is higher than cloud 9 and then tells me she is off to drive to get some food after hap-hazardously and drunkenly sharing blackmail-worthy conversation.

I am starting to wonder if it ethical for me to hear this happen and let it pass with little intervention. I'm more concerned for other lives than the choices this girl is making.

Unremorsefully, I hate this kind of youth. I'm glad I skipped over this phase.


Yes, good on you for constantly displaying far greater judgement than any of your less mature but similar-aged peers



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November 19, 2011, 09:36:41 PM
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So, it's 1 in the morning and I go on Facebook to play with the high and drunken boys and girls pissing their nights away. One girl admits she is higher than cloud 9 and then tells me she is off to drive to get some food after hap-hazardously and drunkenly sharing blackmail-worthy conversation.

I am starting to wonder if it ethical for me to hear this happen and let it pass with little intervention. I'm more concerned for other lives than the choices this girl is making.

Unremorsefully, I hate this kind of youth. I'm glad I skipped over this phase.

So you support the laws that criminalize operating a motor vehicle in a state that makes an individual more likely to have an accident, even though she didn't "aggress" against anyone and no crash would be a purposeful act.

But at the same time, you relentlessly attack the laws that prevent companies from purposefully putting the lives of their workers and customers at risk.

I guess you're only for individual liberties if the individual in question happens to be a Captain of Industry.
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November 19, 2011, 09:37:14 PM
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Anyways, if you think driving impaired is fine until there is an accident, I guess you're entitled to that moral preference. I won't stand under it though.

Isn't that exactly what you did though?  You had knowledge that someone was driving impaired, and instead of doing something about it, you made a vanity post to wax nostalgic about "Today's youth".
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November 19, 2011, 10:38:35 PM
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You're 17, you haven't "skipped over this phase". Acting like you're better than everyone else over it, like some straight-edge doucher, is an almost certain indicator you'll indulge in some thing or another at some point in your life.

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November 19, 2011, 11:50:20 PM
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...is an almost certain indicator you'll indulge in some thing or another at some point in your life.

How so? Heh.
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