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Posts by ketsu

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  • Reza Aslan Misrepresents His Scholarly Credentials (Not a PhD in "History of Religion")

    07/31/2013 3:16:14 PM PDT · 14 of 14
    ketsu to xzins

    That’s not what’s interesting. If fox had had any fact checkers they would have asked him how his book related to his research in global jihad. They tried to pigeonhole a more or less secular/pantheistic liberal as a Muslim and he burned them.

    If they had asked him more detailed questions about his beliefs, regarding one state Palestine, jihad or khatami they would have had far more to work with.

  • Reza Aslan Misrepresents His Scholarly Credentials (Not a PhD in "History of Religion")

    07/31/2013 1:49:51 PM PDT · 12 of 14
    ketsu to xzins

    You can read it for yourself here: . Let the freeper something storm begin.

  • Why Not a 'Fortress America' Policy? (Should we withdraw all troops from all foreign countries?)

    10/14/2010 3:39:53 PM PDT · 49 of 54
    ketsu to SeekAndFind

    Bombing raids over California? The fire balloons don’t count. Methinks he doth protest too much.

  • High Level Logic: Rethinking Software Reuse in the 21st Century

    09/20/2010 1:32:59 PM PDT · 57 of 111
    ketsu to E. Pluribus Unum

    Amen +1

  • Homeowner Opens Fire On Home Invaders(FL)

    07/28/2010 6:42:05 AM PDT · 17 of 28
    ketsu to fatnotlazy
    You can add what's left of him as a friend on facebook.
  • What’s so conservative about federal highways?

    07/15/2010 6:25:49 PM PDT · 98 of 118
    ketsu to businessprofessor
    The author is confusing the issues of public ownership and subsidies. Although most roads are publicly owned, they are not subsidized. We pay gas taxes to fund road improvements and construction. I am willing to pay higher gas taxes if necessary to maintain and improve our road system provided that competitive bidding without union mandates and racial preferences not occur.

    The important distinction between public ownership and subsidies involves the level of usage and the underlying cost of the infrastructure. Light rail even with good ridership levels must be heavily subsidized by non users because it does not have sufficient capacity. For example, the Denver area has several lines of light rail. Even though these lines have good ridership, there are large subsidies for both construction and operation. These lines are largely funded by sales taxes and general taxes. User fares would have to be quadrupled to fund operations. These lines are nice to ride but they lack capacity to make much of a difference. The lines reduce congestion somewhat. An alternative solution such as bus rapid transit would have cost much less to build and operate. The bus rapid transit lanes could have been shared by tool paying autos.

    American roads are heavily subsidized. We had this discussion a few days earlier, user fees only pay around ~60% according to this article (the 2003 stats had 78 billion being user fees and 33 million coming out of general funding sources so more like 70%).
  • What’s so conservative about federal highways?

    07/15/2010 6:18:26 PM PDT · 96 of 118
    ketsu to Extremely Extreme Extremist
    What a joke of an article. The main purpose of highways is to facilitate transportation more effectively. How are you going to move goods and services on light rail and buses to a specific destination?
    For long distance freight, heavy rail is much *much* cheaper. The main advantage of highways is that they're much harder to bomb.
  • Rail subsidy makes sense

    07/11/2010 9:54:50 AM PDT · 44 of 72
    ketsu to discostu
    It’s not just the small rural towns that make the west no good for public transportation. The big cities out here take up huge chunks of land for surprisingly little population. If you travel west you can actually see how when we crossed the Mississippi the wide open space really changed the American mentality. In the east you see a lot of multistory buildings, even single family houses tend towards two or three stories because there’s still this European “small space” mentality. Once you get to the west (up until the Pacific where we finally ran out of room) multi-story houses become a rarity, because there’s tons of room. Out here you have the “ranch” house, which is really an eastern style two story house except you take the second story (ie the “private” part of the house) and put it next to the first story “public” part) in an L. Office complexes that back east would be 5 stories with parking under the building out west are 2 stories with an open air parking lot, same square footage of office space, much higher land footprint.

    This all adds up to cities that are impossible to cover well with public transit, to cover the territory you need so many routes and trains/ buses that even if half the population was using the system they’d run mostly empty most of the time. The whole western US is an urban planners nightmare, you can drop them in non-rural Phoenix and watch them pee their pants, it’s hell on earth for them. Kind of awesome really.

    Exactly, that's why their goal is to make the western way of life untenable. You can see some of this view for the future in Austin where they're making these huge multistory developments with stores on the bottom and apartments above.
  • Rail subsidy makes sense

    07/11/2010 9:17:18 AM PDT · 42 of 72
    ketsu to discostu
    That might be how they’re thinking, but once you get west of the Mississippi the place is just too wide open for it. They’ll need to make cars REALLY expensive, and then we’ll still probably drive them. Public transportation, for local or long distance, just can’t work out here, the population density is too low. They’ll never learn though.
    Liberals view small rural towns as "dead space" that eats up resources better allocated to cities. Most urban planners salivate over high density mixed use development. If you read magazines written by and for the liberal intelligentsia they're quite open about this.
  • Rail subsidy makes sense

    07/11/2010 7:24:15 AM PDT · 29 of 72
    ketsu to stylin_geek
    2003 numbers have fun
  • Rail subsidy makes sense

    07/11/2010 7:17:31 AM PDT · 28 of 72
    ketsu to Senator_Blutarski
    For most Americans the daily 10+ mile walk (each way) to the train station would be healthy.

    This train stuff is just silly. Everyone (i.e., Willie Green) points to Europe as a model. But they all forget that Europe grew up around the train system. America grew up around the highway system. If train travel were viable in America there would be private companies building tracks everywhere.

    They're a bit more ambitious than that. If you read the liberal urban planning blogs they're intent on starving out the exurbs and remodeling the suburbs to get rid of cul-de-sacs(to force through traffic into neighborhoods). They want you to take the bus in town and if you need to go a long distance, the train. Anything but a car.
  • Rail subsidy makes sense

    07/11/2010 7:06:01 AM PDT · 23 of 72
    ketsu to discostu
    No it doesn’t. People don’t ride trains, people don’ t WANT to ride trains, funding trains is a stupid pathetic waste of money. Don’t waste money on transportation we know for a fact will not be used.
    I think the liberal idea is to make cars expensive enough that the great unwashed stop driving and leave respectable citizens on the highways.

    Europe really is the model of the modern liberal.

  • Rail subsidy makes sense

    07/11/2010 7:01:19 AM PDT · 21 of 72
    ketsu to cartoonistx
    High speed rail and local commuter trains are the wet dream of Fascists and Euro-weenies! They dream of a world where the government controls your arrival and departure, your route and your destiny. These are the people who hate Big Oil but love Big Brother!

    The Nazis loved to force folks onto trains too!

    The autobahn(which inspired American highways) was another of Hitlers pet projects.
  • Rail subsidy makes sense

    07/11/2010 6:59:07 AM PDT · 20 of 72
    ketsu to stylin_geek
    So, are you claiming the government doesn’t collect near enough in fuel taxes to pay for roads?

    Are you seriously making that argument?

    Yup. 33 billion of general tax revenue + 79 billion or so fuel tax. So per capita $330 per american or so(Yes I know that taxes really don't work this way).
  • Rail subsidy makes sense

    07/11/2010 6:29:10 AM PDT · 10 of 72
    ketsu to arthurus
    If such routes actually are profitable then they do not need subsidy. Those routes alone would be served by private companies. Subsidy makes some political sense in the foreshortened vision of politicians but makes no economic sense.
    The only reason trucking is anywhere near competitive with rail travel is the 32+ billion the gubbmint spends maintaining the highway system each year.

    Highways versus trains are an interesting comparison. You can't monopolize the highway(the gubbmint owns it) so small business can move goods more easily. It also aids in the mobility of people; it's hard to move your family across the country in a train.

    There are many arguments for car travel, but they are social and military, not economic.

  • Frank Fenner sees no hope for humans (Global warming)

    06/18/2010 12:08:54 PM PDT · 20 of 35
    ketsu to swarthyguy
    Chinese, Americans, Europeans and Indians, the aggregate brainpower of the world is greater than it ever was.
    There's a certain amount of hubris in that statement. If you watch the amazing ability of the Chinese to "#$"#$ in their own bed you'll have a pretty negative view of their "brainpower".
  • Frank Fenner sees no hope for humans (Global warming)

    06/18/2010 12:01:42 PM PDT · 16 of 35
    ketsu to marthemaria
    He is even gloomier than AL Gore. Were all gonna die,we are domed etc.
    We *are* going to die. That part is assured. The real question is when. Dinosaurs lasted millions of years, humans have been around 50,000-250,000 years or so. Rediscovering the fact that species go extinct is nothing "new".
  • Internet 'kill switch' proposed for US

    06/16/2010 1:52:33 PM PDT · 56 of 85
    ketsu to RoadGumby
    Well, OK then, nothing to worry about here, time to move along.
    If the gubbmit turns off google and the core routers you'll have much bigger problems and the internet will keep chugging along just fine.

    The real problem is when they start squealing about porn and demand everything is filtered.

  • Internet 'kill switch' proposed for US

    06/16/2010 12:55:38 PM PDT · 37 of 85
    ketsu to RoadGumby

    Stupid. The whole point of the Internet is to survive a nuclear attack. Even if they shut down the core routers in the US all you need is a single point of connection to somewhere in the rest of the world and a mesh network. They’ll have to triangulate and shut down every ham radio operator in the states.

  • Sociologist receives $797K to develop methods to identify terrorist social networks (tea party?)

    06/12/2010 8:43:15 AM PDT · 25 of 26
    ketsu to NativeNewYorker
    I remember when $800,000 was real money. Guess I’m getting old.
    I hear you there. :)
  • Sociologist receives $797K to develop methods to identify terrorist social networks (tea party?)

    06/12/2010 7:45:27 AM PDT · 14 of 26
    ketsu to NativeNewYorker

    800k over 3 years isn’t that much. It pays for 2 people or so, ~60k of salary + benefits + office overhead etc...

  • Siemens’ High-Speed Rail: These “Cars” Get 700 Miles-Per-Gallon

    06/11/2010 3:48:13 PM PDT · 172 of 199
    ketsu to John O
    They don't mind being crammed into small spaces with lots of stinky people they'd normally not associate with. Because they've been forced to live that way since feudal days. High speed rail is a really cool technoilogy that solves no real world problem. It will NEVER work in these united States outside of theme parks.
    America used to have very good rail service. The American highway system was is completely unsustainable and primarily a product of the cold war(it's easy to blow up train tracks, much harder to stop traffic w/ personal vehicles). It will be interesting to see what happens If personal mobility becomes untenable because of energy prices.

    We live in a weird and changing world I, for one, have no idea what's going to happen.

  • Is the new workforce getting worse?

    06/11/2010 3:40:51 PM PDT · 41 of 114
    ketsu to Tolsti2
    Heck, employers and recruiters usually don’t even bother to tell you now that you didn’t get the job. They’ll just never contact you, that’s how you know.

    It’s been that way for awhile though.

    America doesn't have a social contract anymore. It works both ways, neither employees nor employers will follow the basics of courtesy anymore. There's something to be said for two years in the military for everyone, male and female.
  • Democrats Want to Destroy Fiorina and Angle

    06/11/2010 2:45:16 PM PDT · 37 of 49
    ketsu to eCSMaster
    I don’t know what Fiorina has ever done to deserve being called “garbage.”
    Destroy 2+ companies with her self serving antics? She's a sociopath.
  • Democrats Want to Destroy Fiorina and Angle

    06/11/2010 2:40:47 PM PDT · 33 of 49
    ketsu to BitWielder1
    Fiorina has already started to destroy herself. Sigh.
    We are the stupid party. Fiorina is an absolutely terrible person. I know at least three people that know her personally and all of them agree that she is the worst kind of self sociopath.

    We had a real conservative and we ditched him.

    Stupid, stupid, stupid.

  • Gary Coleman Dead at 42

    05/29/2010 10:56:23 AM PDT · 203 of 233
    ketsu to GOP Poet

    INTP FTW ;)

  • Teacher Faces Sex Charges Involving 3 Students (Canandaigua NY)

    05/29/2010 10:50:46 AM PDT · 80 of 80
    ketsu to metmom
    So, you’re saying that a male teacher having sex with a female student who wants it is wrong, but a female teacher having sex with a male student is right because he wants it?


    Shulamith Firestone is that you?
  • Teacher Faces Sex Charges Involving 3 Students (Canandaigua NY)

    05/29/2010 12:20:00 AM PDT · 78 of 80
    ketsu to metmom
    It’s amazing the double standard applied to situations even by people who call themselves conservative.

    Right is right and wrong is wrong.

    If it’s OK for the female teacher/male student, then no one has any business saying any of the other situations are wrong either.

    If the others are wrong, so is this one.

    Please... Your "right" and "wrong" are leftovers of feminism that have infected your brain. Until you learn how to think you'll be stuck in limbo, holding liberal values and thinking you're conservative.
  • Teacher Faces Sex Charges Involving 3 Students (Canandaigua NY)

    05/27/2010 1:24:45 PM PDT · 75 of 80
    ketsu to metmom
    Situational morals.


    Not at all. You seem to have gotten some feminism stuck in that head of yours. There's a reason conservatism honors the hunter/protector man and the loving mother devoted to her family. Women and men are fundamentally different, to be judged by different standards.

    It's amazing how liberalism has so infected the cultural norms of sex relations that even ostensibly conservative people can unconsciously babble feminist claptrap.

  • Teacher Faces Sex Charges Involving 3 Students (Canandaigua NY)

    05/25/2010 2:25:04 PM PDT · 66 of 80
    ketsu to metmom
    It's a matter of consequences. A boy that does things with a female teacher won't have much to worry about. If she get's pregnant that's her problem.

    A female student, pregnant with a teacher's baby is another problem entirely.

    The double standard exists for a reason.

  • EXCLUSIVE: Shakeup at Wikipedia in Wake of Porn Purge (editors rebelled against removing porn)

    05/15/2010 2:53:04 AM PDT · 18 of 26
    ketsu to Stoat
    OMG I had no idea. ewww!
    It's not true. uncyclopedia is a parody site.
  • EXCLUSIVE: Shakeup at Wikipedia in Wake of Porn Purge (editors rebelled against removing porn)

    05/15/2010 2:51:42 AM PDT · 17 of 26
    ketsu to SmokingJoe
    That just doesn't compute. Wales made his money preddling gay porn:
    uncyclopedia is a parody site. The Hustler bit is making fun of Wale's attempting to take sole credit for wikipedia and squeeze out Sanger.
  • 5 reasons why Europe is sick

    05/15/2010 2:38:42 AM PDT · 18 of 18
    ketsu to Levante
    SOCIALISM is what is DESTROYING Europe.
    Europe's welfare state is a problem, but not nearly as much as all the social baggage they're saddled with from 2000+ years of history.

    If you live in Europe you'll find that every European hates everyone that isn't in their little group. This means that people from Berlin don't like People from Hamburg, people from Normandy don't like people from Tours etc... The only people they hate more are people from other countries and immigrants.

    Another problem is that Europeans have 0 concept of social investment. As mobility increased and the strength of social institutions decreased accordingly Europeans don't care about the society they live in and are more than willing to s*** in their own bed. The littering over there is amazing.

    The US has its problems too, but on of the best aspects of the states is that people actually care. If you're willing to work hard and behave, nobody cares what color you are. People also tend to own their own property which means they take care of it as well or be nosey about what their neighbors are doing to their property values.

  • Why Apple is Kicking Everyone’s Ass – The Real Cost of Software Development is Usability

    04/11/2010 6:08:13 AM PDT · 82 of 224
    ketsu to driftdiver
    There’s PLENTY of research by knowledgeable people who consider the ipad very short of functionality.
    Apple is, and always has been, about minimalism. The point of the iphone and ipad is to do what you want(eg. movies, photos, mail) as fast and as easily as possible. People that are willing to go the extra mile to get all the "features" they can out of their system inevitably gravitate to Windows or Linux.

    Complaining about apple devices being short of functionality is like complaining that oranges aren't apples.

  • Five Myths about Same Sex Marriage

    03/09/2010 3:53:03 PM PST · 165 of 233
    ketsu to little jeremiah
    I think one of aspects of conservatism that seems to escape you is that it is up to individuals to decide what is “ideal” and then their individual responsibility to make it happen, personally.

    Remember the “pursuit” of happiness. As long as there is life and liberty, the pursuit of happiness is each person’s kuleana. (responsibility, area etc).

    I do not want any “manifesto” whether socialist, communist, fascist, utopian, Fabian or so-called “conservative”, telling me what ideal is.

    Social structure founded on strong (aka “natural”) families, with the eternal spiritual values that are universal (note my Thos. Jefferson quote) is what is needed, along with government doing what it is Constitutionally mandated, and NOT A SPECK MORE.

    No new manifestos needed or wanted.

    It's not that simple. Modern conservatism has mutated considerably(you don't see many temperance leagues these days).

    What I'm advocating is organizing political conservatism is a positive way as well as a negative one. Conservatism tends to argue that the church is the primary social element outside of the family for maintaining a stable and just society, but that's cold comfort to someone having to survive going past an inner-city "corner" every day.

    It boils down to this, conservatism advocates a strong, cohesive society. That society is breaking apart and *modern conservatism* doesn't offer a coherent vision on how to solve those problems. I think it might be interesting to have a coherent *voluntary* view of what sort of activities would make society stronger given modern day problems.

  • Five Myths about Same Sex Marriage

    03/09/2010 3:28:42 PM PST · 159 of 233
    ketsu to little jeremiah
    It is not the government’s job to invent support structures for families or individuals. If a person or family has no support structure, it’s THEIR job to find one, invent one or do without. Regarding the responsibility of the community, it is the job of PRIVATE organizations and groups to provide support for needy people.

    PRIVATE - NOT government. Churches, synagogues, other faith based groups, private charities - the more local the better - are who should be helping those who need help. And neighbors!

    As soon as the government steps in, hell breaks loose. And it has.

    I'm not advocating government interference. I'm advocating conservatism have a clearer more positive agenda. It's perfectly fine to know what you don't like, but at the same time you have to know what you *like*. Too much of modern conservative is focused on opposition and too little on coming up with a concrete vision for what an ideal society looks like and how to attain it.
  • Five Myths about Same Sex Marriage

    03/09/2010 3:22:52 PM PST · 157 of 233
    ketsu to Jim Robinson
    Admin Mod banned your account but I gave you a temporary reprieve due to your longevity here. But you have now been warned and there will be no further reprieves. You can use your free speech rights to promote the homosexual agenda elsewhere if that is your intention.
    Thank you. I really didn't mean for this to spiral out of control like it did.
  • Five Myths about Same Sex Marriage

    03/09/2010 3:21:50 PM PST · 156 of 233
    ketsu to little jeremiah
    I’d say “low level social structures” would be families; no work needs doing to figure out what they are! Mom, Dad, kids, grandparents, uncles, aunts, cousins...
    Exactly, but how do you have an extended family to lean on when your brothers live in seattle, you live in the midwest and your parents live in the northeast? America's economy has, for the most part, moved to the cities and the economic opportunity can move from location to location quickly. How do you have an extended family in that context?
  • Five Myths about Same Sex Marriage

    03/09/2010 3:17:57 PM PST · 154 of 233
    ketsu to Jim Robinson
    Free republic is a pro-God, pro-Life, pro-family, pro-Liberty conservative site. We do not support the homosexual agenda here and THAT is not debatable. Those who don’t like it can take a fricken hike.
    Fair enough, I feel like my point was misunderstood, but I've ignited enough of a firestorm that it's better to drop it.
  • Five Myths about Same Sex Marriage

    03/09/2010 3:15:32 PM PST · 153 of 233
    ketsu to PeterPrinciple
    Inquiring minds would like to know what you are doing to practice what you preach. I like what you said.
    I owe you a longer response, but my last reply got eaten. I do integration classes with recent immigrants, used to volunteer at a homeless shelter and take part in social events that try to cut a broad swath across society. I'm not perfect by any means but I try be a contributing member of a real civil society.
  • Five Myths about Same Sex Marriage

    03/09/2010 3:10:59 PM PST · 149 of 233
    ketsu to P-Marlowe

    I didn’t do anything. My FR life flashed before my eyes though.

  • Five Myths about Same Sex Marriage

    03/09/2010 2:32:23 PM PST · 133 of 233
    ketsu to metmom
    A lot like old time conservatism because that's the ONLY thing that advocates family values.
    Indeed. That's why I'm conservative; however, there's a difference between having a positive view of what you want and knowing what you don't want.

    Modern conservatism has a lot of views of what it *doesn't* want. However it offers very little constructive views of what it *does*. Saying single parents and homos are bad is easy. Coming up with a coherent view of a strong family oriented society in the modern world is hard.

    How do you come up with strong families when you're constantly moving from place to place with new jobs? How do you take the tide of illegitimate, lonely and neglected children and put them in environments where they can succeed?

    The modern conservative answer is to make a bunch of stuff illegal, more government. There's very little work on constructing low level social structures that maintain and perpetuate strong families and stable society.

  • Five Myths about Same Sex Marriage

    03/09/2010 2:23:19 PM PST · 130 of 233
    ketsu to little jeremiah
    The reason inner city Philly is rotten (or at least one of the main reasons) is AFDC, along with food stamps, HUD and other bennies for unwed mothers. The rate of illigitemacy among blacks before all of these was about 20%, now it’s about 80%. I agree that rewarding bad behavior does nothing but increase it.

    The culture is also toxic. But the homosexual agenda is part and parcel of the hedonist/reject traditional rules/if it feels good do it problem.

    Now we're getting somewhere. Entitlements are part of the problem, but if entitlements were the root of all evil Nigeria would be a paradise.

    But you're 100% right. The problem is that *there are no consequences for bad behavior anymore*. It used to be that nature and society intervened. Want to be promiscuous? You died of an STD, had children you couldn't support and were cast out of society.

    However, technology(medicine, transport, cheap food) has made most of those problems tractable. Monstrous diseases like AIDs are treatable. Most single parents, either thanks to the government or their own work can feed their children. Ostracized people can just move to a new city.

    The old rules don't work anymore. The wages of sin may still be death, but that death is much longer coming.

  • Five Myths about Same Sex Marriage

    03/09/2010 2:15:11 PM PST · 124 of 233
    ketsu to Above My Pay Grade
    Just how many grown children of “stable homosexual parents” have you been in contact with? The very idea of homosexual “couples” raising children together is rather new. Even today, there are very few of these couples, and most would only have young children.

    I have little doubt that the number kids old enough to mug someone, raised by a pair of homosexual parents (”stable” or otherwise) is statistically insignificant. And even if they don’t mug you, they might well molest your child.

    It's not that new. These children were adopted in the early 90s.

    And no they won't molest your children.

  • Five Myths about Same Sex Marriage

    03/09/2010 2:13:05 PM PST · 120 of 233
    ketsu to BykrBayb
    I’ve noticed you have your own definition for many words. Please try to use the established definitions when posting on a conservative site. Save your newspeak for the liberal forums.
    I think you have it backwards.
  • Five Myths about Same Sex Marriage

    03/09/2010 2:10:01 PM PST · 117 of 233
    ketsu to little jeremiah
    Marriage died? I’m married and it is a good one. Almost all my friends have good marriages. You are posting your opinions as though they are fact. Nonsense.

    Sure society is damaged but supporting the very hedonism and rebellion against natural law that is causing the damage is not the way to bring peace and stablity!

    Do your friends live in inner-city Philadelphia?

    You misunderstand, I'm saying that instead of flailing around about things we don't like(eg. homosexuals) a far more productive track would be a way of actually making sure natural law was rewarded.

    In the old days, fornication led to bastards, disease and ostracism. It still does to some extent, but not nearly as much.

  • Five Myths about Same Sex Marriage

    03/09/2010 2:05:39 PM PST · 112 of 233
    ketsu to BykrBayb
    If you truly believe that conservative values don’t work, why are you posting here?
    Notice that I'm always careful to use the term "modern conservatism" when I describe what I don't like. There's a difference.
  • Five Myths about Same Sex Marriage

    03/09/2010 2:03:22 PM PST · 107 of 233
    ketsu to wagglebee
    Moral relativism has ALWAYS been at the core of libertarianism.
    Again, morality is not relative, it's adaptive. Even supposed moral absolutists complete change their supposed moral absolutes from generation to generation.

    I'm not saying "let's all sing kumbayah and love each other", I'm wondering what a modern conservativism that meaningfully advocated family values would look like.

  • Five Myths about Same Sex Marriage

    03/09/2010 2:00:23 PM PST · 102 of 233
    ketsu to BykrBayb
    The old rules always worked just fine. We didn’t need a manifesto. The rules were the same from one town to the next, from the farms to the high-rises. we don’t need your progressive confusion to set things straight, so to speak.
    I can decisively say they don't. If they still did they would still work in more conservative societies like Korea, Japan or Germany.
  • Five Myths about Same Sex Marriage

    03/09/2010 1:58:16 PM PST · 99 of 233
    ketsu to metmom
    You can’t have conventional rules and new ones at the same time.
    You don't understand the meaning of convention. Look it up.