Opinionbest way to solve all problems in the world.
      – Baslisks, 2009-07-07 at 00:55:37   (25 comments)

On 2009-07-07 at 00:56:24, Baslisks wrote...
Kill everyone. If they don't move out of the way, the stupid motherfuckers will be dead. If they can't afford a gun the mother fuckers will just have to fight with whatever. Perfect solution.
On 2009-07-07 at 01:41:49, BorgClown wrote...
I don't know, maybe all the bullies will stay in check for fear of getting in the way of others. OTOH, murderers would make a good living if they're careful.
On 2009-07-07 at 12:25:13, DigitalBoss wrote...
The best way to solve the problems of the world are education. Not the socialist education that we dish out now but an education that informs our children what it means to live in a free republic. Individual responsibility. Making good decisions in your life.
On 2009-07-07 at 14:03:42, DigitalBoss wrote...
@Baslisks: If you had your way, you would tax everyone to collect enough money to buy a gun for all those that cannot afford one of their own accord. That is welfare, and is against the meaning and spirit of the US Constitution. Forcing one to pay taxes so the money can be distributed to someone else is rather distasteful and unconstitutional. Use your own moneys for your charities, not the taxpayer's.
On 2009-07-07 at 14:28:38, Lee J Haywood wrote...
There's no panacea for all of the problems in the world, although reducing population is a big one. I'd hope that societal collapse would have a long-lasting impact, but judging by the way Russia became a miserable place to live but still has lots of people it doesn't look too hopeful.
On 2009-07-07 at 17:00:17, DigitalBoss wrote...
I thought you liberals had all the answers for us to develop a progressive utopia.
On 2009-07-07 at 18:36:26, Baslisks wrote...
WE just have new ideas that seem really fucking awesome that we want to try out.
On 2009-07-07 at 18:48:45, Lee J Haywood wrote...
How did you know that we're liberals? Oh, maybe it was because we have all the answers.
On 2009-07-07 at 19:14:01, DigitalBoss wrote...
I can tell. It is not that hard.
On 2009-07-07 at 19:14:57, DigitalBoss wrote...
You have all the answers that involve taking money from others so you can have something that you did not earn.
On 2009-07-08 at 01:11:24, BorgClown wrote...
I'm glad we freaking nutty liberals don't have it our way, because that would imply that other freaking nutty flavors would have also a chance. I guess we'll have to do with the current effed up state of affairs, and aim for very slow changes.
On 2009-07-08 at 12:50:26, DigitalBoss wrote...
I got news for you, if you libs don't have it your way now or in the next 1 and 1/2 years, you will never have it your way.
On 2009-07-09 at 09:18:41, Thelevellers wrote...
I am not a liberal, at least not in the sense that I would vote for the liberal democrat party over here. I am with Gary Stringer of Reef in saying 'I think I preferred old Labour' - now they have turned their back on their roots, and shouldn't be allowed the term 'labour' in the name any more. I think I digress, however. I am all for human extinction myself - we're really not that great. At the very least population control is vital, if there were less people then we could all have our very own mini utopias - and then we could stop arguing and see which actually works best! :)
On 2009-07-09 at 10:51:13, Lee J Haywood wrote...
I don't actually link myself to any political group, but I do think it's important to compare your own views with the manifesto of a given party and see which one matches you the closest. There was a site that provided this for the UK, but unfortunately it's not doing it now. http://www.whoshouldyouvotefor.com/
On 2009-07-10 at 20:04:07, BorgClown wrote...
But the manifesto is condensed political garbage, it's like reading a resume of campaign promises. To really know how to vote, one should have access to the contestants, their social, financial and familiar background, and all the conflicts of interest each candidate might have. Of course that's not gonna happen anytime soon.
On 2009-07-11 at 05:12:49, Baslisks wrote...
I'm more of an anarchist. I want everyone to be able to stand on their own. Provide a skill that matters. A micro society in every town.
On 2009-07-11 at 08:40:25, Baslisks wrote...
I follow the wealth without money movement.
On 2009-07-11 at 18:33:55, BorgClown wrote...
@Baslisks: What's this "wealth without money" movement you speak of?
On 2009-07-12 at 23:01:03, Baslisks wrote...
reprap, open source, and the other things like that. You don't need a 100 bucks to get the newest equipment, you make it yourself.
On 2009-07-12 at 23:19:15, BorgClown wrote...
The reprap thingamajig is nice, indeed. If it succeeds, it will be a huge revolution. And recycling would be encouraged.
On 2009-07-13 at 03:58:43, Baslisks wrote...
http://reprap.org/bin/view/Main/WebHome http://www.freeinfosociety.com/ http://www.ubuntu.com/ any others?
On 2009-07-14 at 00:48:01, BorgClown wrote...
Open source hardware http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open_source_hardware
On 2009-07-14 at 00:49:49, BorgClown wrote...
Please note how this following site belongs to the "Utopia webring" http://www.openhardware.de/
On 2009-07-17 at 14:46:43, Thelevellers wrote...
I love the idea of open-source hardware, I even have a few designs for things in mind that would by far take off best using that method. I have to actually design them properly yet, but once I do... :P Indeed, open-source society would be cool...
On 2009-08-01 at 15:50:59, Scarletxstarlet wrote...
I would say education is the root of everything. Knowledge is power, power to the people.