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Quote: This is merely one facet of an overall system, a system which in part had sympathies in line with socialism (see above). The same can be said for communism, which is extreme left-wing Merely a facet? Whnay I realize you do not like admitting that you may in the slightest bit be misinformed, but fascism fundamentally rejects the most important components of socialism and communism. Not to mention Fascist regimes support private corporations and...
Fascism is characterized as extreme right-wing, while socialism is extreme left-wing. Under fascism there is absolutely no concern for a "class struggle" between the bourgeoisie and proletariat as the stem of all problems. They reject this, as well as the complete abolishment of private property. Mussolini's government (which is really the best example of modern fascism as it orriginated there) did not expropriate corporate assets into the hands of the state, they did just...
So I'm in the market for a new suit, I realize the high end brands such as Brioni and Oxxford come highly recommended here. Unfortunately I don't particularly like the way these suits look on me, I prefer a less conservative, more modern silhouette. In any case, I was looking at some of the newer suits D&G has put out, I thought they looked nice. Also I'm interested if anyone here has picked up any of the RL Black Label stuff and whether or not it's worth the money or not....
My current favorite way to use curry is in pasta, if any of you make your own homemade pasta, just add 2-4 tablespoons of curry powder into the dry ingredients (depending on how much you are making). It adds a bit of color and a nice base flavor. Then you can sauce it however you like, I made a light cream sauce with shrimp and a little more curry on top of that. Once you try homemade pasta once, and realize the ease at which you can prepare it, you'll never buy that dried...
Golf Digest, Bon Appetite, Motor Trend, GQ, Forbes, Sunset, Gourmet, Food & Wine, a few others I don't read.
Yes you could buy a PC for the same price, or slightly cheaper. But you'll make up for the costs in the user friendliness, beautiful interface, and the good chance you will never get a virus or spyware ever again. PCs are like BMW 7 series cars, they may look cool and be popular - but you gotta keep taking them in and fixing the problems every month.
Quote: I felt you generalized and dismissed an entire group of people Kind of like you generalizing all liberals to be supportive of helping the homeless, and all conservatives or red-states to favor the opposite.
Steve you can cross-apply many of Drizz's answers to mine, but I'll add some. Quote: 1. Do you think everyone who has money and a job works as hard as homeless people do to eat, and find a place to sleep every night? Of course they do, if you're working an 8 hour job, plus take care of your family/yourself you are working much harder than a homeless man who stands out on the corner with a sign hoping for people to feel sorry for them. As far as a...
Quote: Or we could just redistribute the wealth so there aren't any homeless people. Or the people who work hard could keep their money. If the inebriates wanted to have homes they would get jobs, but they can live on the streets because people like you, Steve, feel the need to force society to provide for a portion of society that provides absolutely nothing. The notion that giving them money will accomplish more than helping them get a job is idiotic.
I'm a little confused here.. Quote: if some random person wishes me an enjoyable Christmas, Hanukkah, Ramadan, Kwanzaa, Festivus, or whatever.  I might even smile.  Why should it bother me?  It's well-intended, and harmless.  In a more innocent age, we might have called it "being nice", or at least polite. So you agree that using the phrase "Merry Christmas" is fine, and we shouldn't try to censor it. That's the conservative opinion...
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