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There's also this video specifically about u Shane in response to ur "I am a Libertarian Extremist" video.

I obviously disagree with most of their statements but I still love watching these guys because their are as funny as you can find on YouTube and they're intelligent

The Podcast / Re: Podcast for 20 June 2016
« on: October 29, 2016, 04:42:03 PM »
Here's a fun math video that u could post on facebook Shane.

For every question that we asked, they assumed that we don't want government. Of course, that's their simplified assumption of our position. We're fine with a government, as long as it does not initiate force on innocent people. They just assume that since something is publicly funded, that it's best funded that way or that that is the only way something can be funded. TJ even goes to the lowness of a lifeboat scenario, remarking that what if I put these dumbass libertarians on an island, who is going to grow food, determine law, etc. The arrogance, as if the state isn't mad of people but of dmigods and saints, perfect in everything they do. They talk of the state as if they are separate from us, better than us in every way, but they are just people. For atheists, in this area, they're not very skeptical


1:35:40 is a good starting point

I love this video!
It's so much related to skepticism that i thought I should post it here

I couldn't find a good place to put this so here we go
In this video I kinda debated a guy who eventually said that he would rather live in a communist country than an "anarchist" country because communist Russia invented the space shuttle.
By the way, on YouTube, I'm Blake Pettys.

Speaking of mussolini, I'm in a debate with a fascist right now on Instagram. Does anybody have it? The guy's username is He says that drug dealers should be shot and leftists should be silenced so they can't form together and create a violent conflict. I don't even know what to think of that.

He's supposed to be an enemy of the one percent. He demands us to pay taxes on what we earn. While he uses his public office to fund building a $600,000 beach house. According to him, you don't need a third home, but I guess leftist principles don't apply to them

You also need to talk about the physical removal principle, which says that if you have people in your country who advocate socialist policies, then they can be aggressively removed from the country, since they are advocated violence. My initial problem with this is it tries to twist the non-aggression principle and turn the physical threat into one not imminent.
This video illustrates some of the arguments used to support the principle (I time coded it; the relevant part is until 5:07)
The video also just uses arguments against Clinton to support Trump.
Also around 8:43

General Discussion / Re: Things that piss me off.
« on: June 07, 2016, 03:00:20 PM »
Sam Seder isn't a huge asshole in this one

How do you feel about Gary this year (by the way, this is one of the best Young Turks videos I've seen in a while, except that they think that Bernie is not establishment, and of course they are progressives so they don't like our economic policies)?

Clearly the rational thing to do is end inflation!

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