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    (Original post by Juno)
    we should have lesbian cybersex to scare them into behaving :yep:
    Can I join in? :puppyeyes:
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    :rofl:
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    (Original post by Liquidus Zeromus)
    Can I join in? :puppyeyes:
    are you a lesbian?
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    (Original post by Juno)
    are you a lesbian?
    I am :itsme:
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    (Original post by Juno)
    are you a lesbian?
    *snip* *swallow*

    Yes
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    (Original post by Liquidus Zeromus)
    I think you're missing my point. People are not innately equal, unless you clone them all or give everyone a certain genetic modification to remove all natural diseases and turn everyone into a super-intelligent whatever.

    Show me a civilisation where all people have been equal. There hasn't been one.
    Equality is, perhaps, a relative concept, but in terms of abilities & character, people are certainly not equal.
    People and society are ever-changing in different ways, but inequality is a constant. Inequality & competition need not be for the worse, either.

    As for your last comment... you're wrong. Despite raising a child to seem and think they are equal, it does not make them equal. Indoctrination and conditioning of that sort only creates and illusion of artificial equality.
    I understand your point but in a socialist society a disabled man will have be equal to a fit and healthy man - perhaps not in terms of health but in terms of social status and it is this which socialism advocates. Therefore it's good.

    All people can be equal. They cannot be the same. I think that's where we're falling off the platform...
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    (Original post by Truered)
    I am :itsme:
    Prove it
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    (Original post by Truered)
    I am :itsme:
    :console:
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    (Original post by Juno)
    Prove it
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    (Original post by Truered)
    :kiss:
    what are you wearing :hubba:
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    (Original post by Kagutsuchi)
    I understand your point but in a socialist society a disabled man will have be equal to a fit and healthy man - perhaps not in terms of health but in terms of social status and it is this which socialism advocates. Therefore it's good.

    All people can be equal. They cannot be the same. I think that's where we're falling off the platform...
    I don't believe it's good.

    In terms of the law, yes people should be equal. In terms of opportunity, people should have access to standard education, health, and be free from certain sorts of discrimination.

    However, the disparity in ability becomes clear during compulsory education. Economic equality doesn't work, and neither does "no child left behind" education.
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    (Original post by Liquidus Zeromus)
    I don't believe it's good.

    In terms of the law, yes people should be equal. In terms of opportunity, people should have access to standard education, health, and be free from certain sorts of discrimination.

    However, the disparity in ability becomes clear during compulsory education. Economic equality doesn't work.
    In socialism standard education and health would be taken in as equal opportunity. :erm: Everyone will have access to it...

    But if we assume all humans to be rational - like Kant did - then humans will want to work in a society where the upbringing is ideal.

    Economic equality could work... just in a poor form...
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    aaaaaaarrrrrrgggggggggghhhhhhhhh hhhhh


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    (Original post by Liquidus Zeromus)
    D&D has invaded here.

    Orokai. :coma:
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    (Original post by Juno)
    Somewhere in Japan Godzilla is cowering in fear. :adore:
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    (Original post by AngryJellyfish)
    I much preferred Mai Hime over Otome. :yes:
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    (Original post by Kagutsuchi)
    But Pikachu... :puppyeyes:
    Pikachu is cute. :o:

    (Original post by Kagutsuchi)
    Somewhere in Japan Godzilla is cowering in fear. :adore:
    Muffin is also small and cute. :o:
 
 
 
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