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froggerus on 12-2-2009



The very question should sound as ridiculous as if you substituted the word 'interracial' for 'same-sex'. And since there seem to be no good secular objections to gay marriage, there should be no opposition from the states.
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It's not the greatest zombie movie, and it's not the worst. It's like a pop song that, while you certainly can't respect it, you still can't help but tapping your foot along to while singing along under your breath. There are some neat dispatchings of the undead and there were a few moments that made me chuckle. I didn't find it frightening at all, but I didn't find Shaun of the Dead to be scary either, and I'd give that 9 out of 13 Eds, in part because there were many allusions to Romero zombie flicks. For a zom-rom-com, I'd give Zombieland 8 out of 13 Eds.
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Laws that protect people from being harmed by others make sense, but laws that protect people from themselves do not. A person should be allowed to choose, even at his own peril, whether or not to engage in risky behavior. Not wearing a helmet is risky behavior in that in the event of a motorcycle crash the person not wearing his helmet is more likely to be injured. So what? It is not the job of the state to act as a nanny. I wear my helmet for my own safety, not because the state tells me to.
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Laws that protect people from being harmed by others make sense, but laws that protect people from themselves do not. A person should be allowed to choose, even at his own peril, whether or not to engage in risky behavior. Not wearing a seatbelt is risky behavior in that in the event of an automobile crash the person not wearing his seatbelt is more likely to be injured. So what? It is not the job of the state to act as a nanny. I wear my seatbelt for my own safety, not because the state tells me to.
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Laws that protect people from being harmed by others make sense, but laws that protect people from themselves do not. A person should be allowed to choose, even at his own peril, whether or not to engage in risky behavior. Not wearing a helmet is risky behavior in that in the event of a motorcycle crash the person not wearing his helmet is more likely to be injured. So what? It is not the job of the state to act as a nanny. I wear my helmet for my own safety, not because the state tells me to.
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Some things, like cows, feel pain. Others, like rocks, do not. If, to the best of our knowledge, a thing cannot feel pain, then we have no moral responsibility towards it. On the other hand, if something can experience pain, we ought not hurt it.
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