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    Quote Originally Posted by Djan Seriy Anaplian View Post
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    Yes they should be.

    I can also say it in conservativespeak for you, too: it is indeed right and proper that the requisite funding for native lifestyles be maintained.
    At what point do you stop? As technology advances do you give Alcoholic McDolerite his 6th artificial liver? Are all advances in other technology disregarded in order to extend the (zero quality or otherwise) life of the unproductive?
    Yes, also, medical-grade cocaine should be legalised for any additional rate-payer individuals.
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    I thought obesity knocked something like 10 years off your life?

    Edit: Yeah combined with smoking you are knocking 20 years off your life expectancy.
    Obesity can be disabling from the late teens.
    And other than some rare diseases and conditions, completely treatable with disicpline and personal responsibility.
    Don't forget the bootstraps too m8
    Well, at what point is enforcing personal responsibility through taxes, etc, a better choice for the public than wasting money paying for people basest vices?
    Never.

    That's at least my perspective as an American and knowing our prohibitionist history. Taxing food choices opens the door for moralizing cunts to start regulating other parts of our lives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Djan Seriy Anaplian View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Djan Seriy Anaplian View Post
    Yes they should be.

    I can also say it in conservativespeak for you, too: it is indeed right and proper that the requisite funding for native lifestyles be maintained.
    At what point do you stop? As technology advances do you give Alcoholic McDolerite his 6th artificial liver? Are all advances in other technology disregarded in order to extend the (zero quality or otherwise) life of the unproductive?
    Yes, also, medical-grade cocaine should be legalised for any additional rate-payer individuals.
    I'd be ok with this. Drugs getting unlocked depending on your tax bracket?


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    I don't think anyone has seriously answered my question. As we can extend life at greater cost who wins and who loses?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Larkonis Trassler View Post
    I don't think anyone has seriously answered my question. As we can extend life at greater cost who wins and who loses?
    I'm surprised you don't already know the answer to this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elmicker View Post
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    I don't think anyone has seriously answered my question. As we can extend life at greater cost who wins and who loses?
    I'm surprised you don't already know the answer to this.
    Well obviously the 1% can have what they want. What is the cut of point for the rest of us? I'd rather have a nice road to drive to work on than be kept alive as a pulsating brain mong dying of alzihmers.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Larkonis Trassler View Post
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    I don't think anyone has seriously answered my question. As we can extend life at greater cost who wins and who loses?
    I'm surprised you don't already know the answer to this.
    Well obviously the 1% can have what they want. What is the cut of point for the rest of us? I'd rather have a nice road to drive to work on than be kept alive as a pulsating brain mong dying of alzihmers.
    IIRC the US value the worth of an individual life at about $9 million, according to the EPA

    That's over an entire lifetime in pure economic terms, socially we try not to put an absolute value on human life

    we're gonna see some weird shit when we figure out how to stop Telomeres degrading though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larkonis Trassler View Post
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    Yes they should be.

    I can also say it in conservativespeak for you, too: it is indeed right and proper that the requisite funding for native lifestyles be maintained.
    At what point do you stop? As technology advances do you give Alcoholic McDolerite his 6th artificial liver? Are all advances in other technology disregarded in order to extend the (zero quality or otherwise) life of the unproductive?
    Yes, also, medical-grade cocaine should be legalised for any additional rate-payer individuals.
    I'd be ok with this. Drugs getting unlocked depending on your tax bracket?
    Isn't that currently the case?

    in a roundabout way?

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    Katie Hopkins complained to IPSO that the Mirror had incorrectly reported that she had been arrested in South Africa for taking Ketamine. She won the case. Here's the Mirror's apology:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodj Blake View Post
    Katie Hopkins complained to IPSO that the Mirror had incorrectly reported that she had been arrested in South Africa for taking Ketamine. She won the case. Here's the Mirror's apology:

    The sass is real.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodj Blake View Post
    Katie Hopkins complained to IPSO that the Mirror had incorrectly reported that she had been arrested in South Africa for taking Ketamine. She won the case. Here's the Mirror's apology:

    To actually get arrested in South Africa for anything drug related or even racially related actually takes a level of effort and racial insensitivity not commonly seen. Impressed.
    meh

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    Hey Jeremy do you like my wedding suit?


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    All conspiracy theories of one world government is a pure bullshit, nothing to see here, move along.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spawinte View Post
    Hey Jeremy do you like my wedding suit?

    Quote Originally Posted by Candy Crush View Post
    All conspiracy theories of one world government is a pure bullshit, nothing to see here, move along.
    What's the problem with the Household Division's Blues and Royals frock coat dress uniform?

    Also is it really so surprising that a Cousin of the British King might wear on a visit to England a uniform of a regiment he is honorary member of?

    Here, have another picture:



    Victoria, Queen of the United Kingdom, at Balmoral Castle in Scotland, with her son Albert Edward, Prince of Wales (right), and Tsar Nicholas II of Russia (left). Seated on the left is Alexandra, Tsarina of Russia, holding her baby daughter Grand Duchess Olga.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:R...group_1896.jpg

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