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#81
Mihail - 29 Mar 2011 // 22:35:15

"The party's former coalition partner NDSV said they will send Dogan their greetings and a bouquet. By late Monday, the other coalition partner, the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP), had not decided on their present yet."

This is heartwarming, such great friends.

#82
Mihail - 29 Mar 2011 // 10:43:29

We shall fulfill the 5-year plan comrades!
The minister has also promised a 12.333333% decrease in rainfall and a .001731% decrease in global warming, to meet the EUSSR average.

Joke aside, I think Bulgaria is suffering from too many people with a university education.
We don't need more "economists" counting boxes in warehouses.

#83
Mihail - 29 Mar 2011 // 05:58:02

"The proof that God is real is in existence."

How does that one work? Just because you perceive yourself, doesn't mean you can posit anything you want.

Science is not a religion. It is only a methodology for making inferences and predicitons, something that _some_ religions try to do.
How can you say that your religion comes between you and your god, then claim that your religion is science?

"My God is whatever drives the universe"
How do you know there is something "driving" the universe?
I think it you stretch the definitions enough you'll say "everything is god, so god exists".

"Time, space, energy, matter--what more real proof do you want?"
How about a scientific proof? If science is your religion, then you should be able to prove this scientifically. Science relies on something called "empiricism". You have do be able to see it to believe it and predict things with your explanation. authority/tradition and your innability to explain something cannot be used as proof.

You must be kidding around :D

#84
Mihail - 29 Mar 2011 // 04:07:34

The EU is terrible, they try to grab power with every single agreement they pass.

The Lev is stable only because it is tied to the Euro.
Can anyone explain what difference it makes to have the Lev tied and have the Euro?

It seems the first is better, since it doesn't require us to give up anything (example reform taxes, etc.).

#85
Mihail - 29 Mar 2011 // 03:50:22

"And what are the most basic things we learn in kindergarten?"

What does "what we learn" have relevance to my point? I am simply proving that Marx didn't think hard enough about private property. This is pretty obvious.
It's a shame people bought that rubbish.

Marx also failed on the "value", "alienation" and "class-warfare". All of those arguments were rooted in false assumptions. The labour theory of value is even logically impossible, but that won't stop people.

#86
Mihail - 29 Mar 2011 // 03:42:08

No, actually I believe in Greek mythology and pray to Joe Pesci.
Are you one of those flying spaghetti monster people?

(You dropped the "ignorant" first).
Whatever you think, be civilized, have some more respect for other people.

"I believe in God, but not in religion".
Be, realistic. Religion is real (I've seen it with my own eyes), but god is not (what proof do you have?).

#87
Mihail - 28 Mar 2011 // 22:20:11

Actually most religions are very compatible with human nature.

Marxism and communism are not even compatible with logic and are based on historical fallacies.

For instance, Marx assumes that people had no propensity for private property when they lived in small tribes (this is based on his deductive reasoning, as most philosophy is).
Anyone who's had a child knows it's in human nature to "own" things and try to protect them from other people.

#88
Mihail - 28 Mar 2011 // 22:12:00

That cheek stuff is in the New Testament. Sorry to burst your bubble, but some people don't get their guidance from that.
This proves without doubt that you are the one who's ignorant. And you might have offended me religiously.

Anyone in the 3 big religions can relate to "eye for an eye", and so for universality we must accept that.

I guess by your standards I should now let you call me ignorant again.

#89
Mihail - 28 Mar 2011 // 12:55:39

Don't just think about the transportation costs, the cost of establishing connections, legal costs, etc.
There are also regulations and import/export quotas that can screw you, as you see here with the disease regulations.

#90
Mihail - 28 Mar 2011 // 12:51:15

"Nah, I gladly exploit any subject who weighs more than 45 kg and is able to move by its own force."

I'm sorry, but that's exactly what a pedophile would say. No offense.

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