[-] [email protected] 1 points 7 hours ago

Ah okay. Maybe we'll get a reply.

[-] [email protected] 0 points 10 hours ago

I agree with the first part, the second I consider as more belligerent, very unhealed inner child.

[-] [email protected] 1 points 10 hours ago

Please let me know! Thanks in advance.

[-] [email protected] 1 points 10 hours ago

I'm not catching your meaning.

[-] [email protected] 3 points 13 hours ago

I'd very much like to learn and talk more with you about the original ideas of libertarianism when you're sober. Back in the late 90s, before the American Libertarians took over the party and changed it, a friend suggested it sounded like a fit for me. I'd also like to know if any other libertarians who are in accord with the original values have an online space for discussion, and any ideas to reclaim the party mechanisms.

[-] [email protected] 1 points 13 hours ago

Don't you go givin folks ideas, now, whippersnapper!

[-] [email protected] 1 points 18 hours ago

So you're paying through the nose. Ouch.

[-] [email protected] 1 points 20 hours ago

The employer pays half?!

[-] [email protected] 6 points 20 hours ago

Write a letter to the editors of major media outlets, including Forbes and wish. Complain bitterly about politics stifling business, innovation and your freedoms, courtesy copy your Republican and Dem representatives at state and national levels.

[-] [email protected] 7 points 21 hours ago

Taking a moment to thank the creators of Lemmy, who get boatloads of abuse and zero appreciation from the commie/tankie haters. I don't always agree with their politics, I do on enough, but fact is, none of us would be here, without them.

[-] [email protected] 2 points 21 hours ago

Yes, but the libertarian party of the USA doesn't adhere to the roots of the party. No need to be so hostile, it was an honest question and the fu very much sounds like "get off my lawn!”

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I apologize if this is offensive, but I really need to understand:

An instructor of a course I'm taking claims that several years ago, a 70 year old Canadian friend of the family was denied a stent, due to age. This sounds sus af to me, so I'm wondering if there is any province that would deny this procedure to someone based solely on their age?

Tyia.

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I apologize if this is offensive, but I really need to understand:

An instructor of a course I'm taking claims that several years ago, a 70 year old Canadian friend of the family was denied a stent, due to age. This sounds sus af to me, so I'm wondering if there is any province that would deny this procedure to someone based solely on their age?

Tyia.

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I apologize if this is offensive, but I really need to understand:

An instructor of a course I'm taking claims that several years ago, a 70 year old Canadian friend of the family was denied a stent, due to age. This sounds sus af to me, so I'm wondering if there is any province that would deny this procedure to someone based solely on their age?

Tyia.

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I would encourage everyone, regardless of leanings, to listen to the first chapter, to the end, including notes. That’s as far as I got between tcb, random pop-in guests, and conversing with my parent.

As an introductory note, Altemeyer explains that rwa can very much apply to hard economic leftists, that is, communists, as well as fascists.

The author gives away copies of this book and self-narrates it at the link provided, so he’s invested quite a bit of himself into this work.

The notes at the end of the chapter contain interesting anecdotes wrt a suggestion for his experiments given by Sagan, Barry Goldwater, and generalizations.

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