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February 28, 2012, 01:44:12 AM
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Just saw this on Twitter... https://twitter.com/#!/AdrianChen/status/174285122823143424/photo/1

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February 28, 2012, 02:08:14 AM
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doesn't SR have weapons too

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February 28, 2012, 02:09:27 AM
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WOW! Just... WOW!   Cool

Only one thing bugs me... Do they ship them in pieces, in several packages?

Guess I'll need to search the onion and try to find the site to satisfy my curiosity.
PS: No, I'm not looking to buy a gun, it's not my style. Wink

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February 28, 2012, 02:39:17 AM
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reading about SR the philosopy of the place was originally a protest as well as a moneyspinner. Things 'that do harm' were not allowed.

But then i heard talk of weapons on there so i guess you just got to look if you want to know

I expect the weapons are in pieces, surely they'd never get through otherwise
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February 28, 2012, 02:58:30 AM
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one thing that bugs me about bitcoin is things like this....

anarchy and liberty are two different things

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February 28, 2012, 03:57:41 AM
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one thing that bugs me about bitcoin is things like this....

anarchy and liberty are two different things

Liberty is a more general term while anarchy, in its original and more accurate usages ( e.g. it does not really mean some kind of violent chaotic social disorder ),
is more specific, i.e. "freedom from state coercion". 

So you no doubt would feel that states/governments have the right to limit the ability of its citizens to purchase weapons?
An anarchist may ask if you truly have something like liberty and freedom if states determine for you what you can and
cannot own... while giving themselves the right to own and use weapons and violence as they pretty much please in the
maintenance of their own power and control.

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February 28, 2012, 04:19:08 AM
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one thing that bugs me about bitcoin is things like this....

anarchy and liberty are two different things

Don't they both involve freedom to do what you think is right?

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February 28, 2012, 04:35:25 AM
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one thing that bugs me about bitcoin is things like this....

anarchy and liberty are two different things

Liberty is a more general term while anarchy, in its original and more accurate usages ( e.g. it does not really mean some kind of violent chaotic social disorder ),
is more specific, i.e. "freedom from state coercion".  

So you no doubt would feel that states/governments have the right to limit the ability of its citizens to purchase weapons?
An anarchist may ask if you truly have something like liberty and freedom if states determine for you what you can and
cannot own... while giving themselves the right to own and use weapons and violence as they pretty much please in the
maintenance of their own power and control.

Having a government keep tabs on who owns what guns helps solve crime? maybe...
16 year olds should not be allowed own a fully automatic guns? maybe...

Its not like it was impossible to buy unregistered guns b4 bitcoin, so i guess this doesn't really make a difference.

but still, common... "drugs, guns, and gambling for anyone and everyone!" is this our new slogan?




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February 28, 2012, 04:38:44 AM
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one thing that bugs me about bitcoin is things like this....

anarchy and liberty are two different things

Liberty is a more general term while anarchy, in its original and more accurate usages ( e.g. it does not really mean some kind of violent chaotic social disorder ),
is more specific, i.e. "freedom from state coercion".  

So you no doubt would feel that states/governments have the right to limit the ability of its citizens to purchase weapons?
An anarchist may ask if you truly have something like liberty and freedom if states determine for you what you can and
cannot own... while giving themselves the right to own and use weapons and violence as they pretty much please in the
maintenance of their own power and control.

Having a government keep tabs on who owns what guns helps solve crime? maybe...
16 year olds should not be allowed own a fully automatic guns? maybe...

Its not like it was impossible to buy unregistered guns b4 bitcoin, so i guess this doesn't really make a difference.

but still, common... "drugs, guns, and gambling for anyone and everyone!" is this our new slogan?


Do you want to define the privileged class who gets to defend themselves and enjoy themselves? Or maybe we can just let some special folks do that for us too?

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February 28, 2012, 04:43:12 AM
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Owning guns is neither immoral nor should it be criminal.

What SHOULD be criminal, and is absurdly immoral, is the government using force to prevent the above from occurring.
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February 28, 2012, 04:47:17 AM
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one thing that bugs me about bitcoin is things like this....

anarchy and liberty are two different things

Liberty is a more general term while anarchy, in its original and more accurate usages ( e.g. it does not really mean some kind of violent chaotic social disorder ),
is more specific, i.e. "freedom from state coercion".  

So you no doubt would feel that states/governments have the right to limit the ability of its citizens to purchase weapons?
An anarchist may ask if you truly have something like liberty and freedom if states determine for you what you can and
cannot own... while giving themselves the right to own and use weapons and violence as they pretty much please in the
maintenance of their own power and control.

Having a government keep tabs on who owns what guns helps solve crime? maybe...
16 year olds should not be allowed own a fully automatic guns? maybe...

Its not like it was impossible to buy unregistered guns b4 bitcoin, so i guess this doesn't really make a difference.

but still, common... "drugs, guns, and gambling for anyone and everyone!" is this our new slogan?


Do you want to define the privileged class who gets to defend themselves and enjoy themselves? Or maybe we can just let some special folks do that for us too?


i want peace and love... short of that, i want guns to be sold to responsible people  Roll Eyes


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February 28, 2012, 04:51:43 AM
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one thing that bugs me about bitcoin is things like this....

anarchy and liberty are two different things

Liberty is a more general term while anarchy, in its original and more accurate usages ( e.g. it does not really mean some kind of violent chaotic social disorder ),
is more specific, i.e. "freedom from state coercion".  

So you no doubt would feel that states/governments have the right to limit the ability of its citizens to purchase weapons?
An anarchist may ask if you truly have something like liberty and freedom if states determine for you what you can and
cannot own... while giving themselves the right to own and use weapons and violence as they pretty much please in the
maintenance of their own power and control.

Having a government keep tabs on who owns what guns helps solve crime? maybe...
16 year olds should not be allowed own a fully automatic guns? maybe...

Its not like it was impossible to buy unregistered guns b4 bitcoin, so i guess this doesn't really make a difference.

but still, common... "drugs, guns, and gambling for anyone and everyone!" is this our new slogan?


Do you want to define the privileged class who gets to defend themselves and enjoy themselves? Or maybe we can just let some special folks do that for us too?


i want peace and love... short of that, i want guns to be sold to responsible people  Roll Eyes



So if an unknown person buys a gun from an unknown person should violence be done to either? Put another way, is there anyone at all who you would hurt for the act of buying or selling a gun?

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February 28, 2012, 05:04:13 AM
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one thing that bugs me about bitcoin is things like this....

anarchy and liberty are two different things

Liberty is a more general term while anarchy, in its original and more accurate usages ( e.g. it does not really mean some kind of violent chaotic social disorder ),
is more specific, i.e. "freedom from state coercion".  

So you no doubt would feel that states/governments have the right to limit the ability of its citizens to purchase weapons?
An anarchist may ask if you truly have something like liberty and freedom if states determine for you what you can and
cannot own... while giving themselves the right to own and use weapons and violence as they pretty much please in the
maintenance of their own power and control.

Having a government keep tabs on who owns what guns helps solve crime? maybe...
16 year olds should not be allowed own a fully automatic guns? maybe...

Its not like it was impossible to buy unregistered guns b4 bitcoin, so i guess this doesn't really make a difference.

but still, common... "drugs, guns, and gambling for anyone and everyone!" is this our new slogan?


Do you want to define the privileged class who gets to defend themselves and enjoy themselves? Or maybe we can just let some special folks do that for us too?


i want peace and love... short of that, i want guns to be sold to responsible people  Roll Eyes



So if an unknown person buys a gun from an unknown person should violence be done to either? Put another way, is there anyone at all who you would hurt for the act of buying or selling a gun?

own all the guns you want i dont care, just dont go pointing them in my face.

these weapon are meat to kill PEOPLE! do we really want to have 0 regulations on these weapons?

i dont know... I'm asking? do we? maybe regulations are pointless?

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February 28, 2012, 05:48:41 AM
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anarchy and liberty are two different things

Oh, but they are two peas in a pod!  Wink

I don't purchase firearms on a black market myself, no need. But I don't have any problems with people who do. In my opinion, if they are in the U.S., they aren't even breaking any rules. They have this.

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February 28, 2012, 06:07:35 AM
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i dont know... I'm asking? do we? maybe regulations are pointless?

Which group will regulations prevent from owning weapons, law abiding citizens or criminals?

Who would you prefer own weapons, law abiding citizens or criminals?

Does regulation create a lucrative black market where certain types of individuals are able to earn large sums of money by taking advantage of the lack of competition from law abiding citizens?

Do you think putting a weapon in the hands of an average, decent person makes them a cold blooded killer, ready to shoot anyone at the drop of a hat?

Does removing the ability to protect oneself from aggression create reliance on those in power to form a police state in order to keep the populace safe? Do they keep the populace safe?

you see.
its not so clear cut!

it could be regulations only sound good, when in fact, it only "...create a lucrative black market where certain types of individuals are able to earn large sums..."

its just to bad that bitcoin doesn't solve the problem, it only makes it worst.... but maybe that's a good thing Huh

you can understand my confusion, I'm trying to understand why selling guns to anyone without asking any questions is a good thing.

I've got some weird ideas about guns, I'm Canadian.  Wink

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February 28, 2012, 07:13:36 AM
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Was it really necessary to announce this? There is the Routers lady looking for people to interview about bitcoin and this turns up. Great!

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February 28, 2012, 07:37:41 AM
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Was it really necessary to announce this? There is the Routers lady looking for people to interview about bitcoin and this turns up. Great!

There was already a fairly big article about SR selling weapons now.

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February 28, 2012, 11:48:42 AM
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The Armory is SR's version of their market for weapons and all weapons listings on SR will be removed on the 4th of March. Both sites are run by the same people and are run on the same platform. The only difference is, a different server and a different DB.

That's how SR's people explained it on SR's forum.

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February 28, 2012, 11:59:19 AM
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This whole situation is akin to eBay and gunbroker.com.  You can't sell guns on eBay but you can on gunbroker.  The two sites are otherwise similar to each other in terms of online auction functionality.

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February 28, 2012, 12:57:40 PM
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As far as i know in USA you can happily go in a shop and buy more or less whatever weapon you want.

So what is the problem with that website?
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