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9/11 Murderers: Reconsidering the M’Naughton Rule

 
 
Setanta
 
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Reply Tue 18 Apr, 2006 06:13 am
OmSigDAVID wrote:
farmerman wrote:
om sig, I know youre not a kied.
Do you do a lot of text messaging?

No, but I 'm kind of into sound reasoning n good logic.
The old non-fonetic way of spelling is good for more than 95%
of the words, in that thay r all fonetic,
but there r a few straglers that r still spelled
as Chaucer wud 've done it.
Its like carrying 10 of useless iron around all the time,
in exchange for no money,
because u forgot its in your luggage. I did that for quite a few
decades, without thinking about it,
but one of my ways of trying to help my fellow beings
is to show that there is an ez way to get the same job done
and little children shud be taught ( taut ) the better way.


I believe that people shud have the most happiness
n the least discomfort in their lives as possible,
consistent with considerations of justice;
( credit to Jeremy Bentham ).

Quote:

Youre quite a trip .

I 've heard that for quite a few decades now,
starting with my mother and my good friends.

I think of it as being creative,
together with being libertarian ( i.e., doing whatever I dam please ).
This is AMERICA.

David


There's nothing in the least creative about this nonsense--teenyboppers all of the country do this all the time. You constantly show just how silly it is, though. You spell "they" as "thay," which does not represent efficiency, and has no more claim to correct depiction of the pronounciation, except in your twisted view. You spelled exchange with an "e," if efficiency were your goal, you'd have dropped the initial "e." It is neither sound logic nor good reasongin to spell "and" as "n" because you do not indicate either the vowell sound of the sound of the consonant "d." In short, it's an affectation--one of which teenyboppers are fond. It is none of the things you have claimed it to be.
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farmerman
 
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Reply Tue 18 Apr, 2006 06:32 am
Creative, hardly, borderline pathological, more accurate a description.

Between the caps and "text-speak" youve made a good start at convincing me.
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joefromchicago
 
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Reply Tue 18 Apr, 2006 08:00 am
OmSigDAVID wrote:
My point is that, in keeping with his 13th Amendment rights,
if he is criminally charged with withholding information,
he can logically say, " I 'm not your slave; how much was I getting paid
to render this service ? " i.e., that he had no greater duty to render
information to the police
than he had to clean the windows in the police station.

This might not be true,
if he had already actively been guilty of complicity
with the criminals who executed the dirty deed.

I don 't believe that misprision of felony
is consistent with the 13th Amendment.
David

It appears you know less about constitutional law than you do about proper spelling. The courts have held that the 13th amendment applies solely to slavery. Some draftees in the 1960s attempted to argue that conscription constituted involuntary servitude, and was thus contrary to the 13th amendment. They lost. Anyone arguing that giving information to the police constitutes some kind of involuntary servitude or slavery would be justifiably laughed out of court.
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joefromchicago
 
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Reply Tue 18 Apr, 2006 08:01 am
OmSigDAVID wrote:
Point of information, Joe ?

Does 1908 have some particular
significance as to partying ?
David

It was a good year for partying.
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Setanta
 
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Reply Tue 18 Apr, 2006 10:09 am
At least, the Cubbies thought so . . .

Given the violence this joker commonly does to the second amendment, no one should be surprised by the kind of crapola he is trying to peddle about the thirteenth amendment.
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joefromchicago
 
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Reply Tue 18 Apr, 2006 11:31 am
http://img78.photobucket.com/albums/v315/deltau922/1908.jpg
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Setanta
 
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Reply Tue 18 Apr, 2006 03:14 pm
Excellent . . . i salute you . . .
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