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same sex marriage i know but i'm looking for those little things that piss you off.

i got fined for not wearing a seat belt so for me, its
wearing a seat belt. more people die from smoking than from wearing a seat belt. why not fine anyone who smokes.
and me lmao. i thought it was a real post he was showing me Big Grin

thanks for the fix bob, it can stay up though.


it shouldn't be against the law to take a camera anywhere that admits the public.

mrmod

The sharing of computer files of any sort.
(08-10-2010, 07:37 AM)velvetfog Wrote: [ -> ]
(08-10-2010, 06:48 AM)billy Wrote: [ -> ]it shouldn't be against the law to take a camera anywhere that admits the public.
The British government agrees with you on that.
They put cameras everywhere the public goes.
i meant in cinemas or museums etc and i meant for the public to take a camera anywhere that admits the public.



(08-10-2010, 08:17 AM)mr.moobs Wrote: [ -> ]
(08-10-2010, 08:02 AM)SidewaysDan Wrote: [ -> ]The sharing of computer files of any sort.
Lets not restrict that to computer files. The copying and [*non-profit*] sharing of digital and/or otherwise cheaply reproducable media.
you two are buggers.

mmm i want to agree but i think some files should be kept private. emails for instance. some other stuff that could endanger people should it be leaked. (troop movements for instance)
but film, music and books and other media etc. i agree
fuck off you back stabber lmao. jk

i think thats fair enough to a point.
though what if the email mail isn't yours, and it hasn't been sent to you by the person who owns it?

PimpQ

Prostitution (United States)

PimpQ

(08-12-2010, 02:14 AM)velvetfog Wrote: [ -> ]
(08-12-2010, 01:37 AM)PimpQ Wrote: [ -> ]Prostitution (United States)

The United States of America (federal government) does not have any laws prohibiting prostitution.
In the U.S., prostitution is prohibited in most places by state laws or local municipal ordinances.
But the whorehouses in Nevada are perfectly legal, and remain open for business.

More I know.



I want the U.S. to enforce freespeech on forums.
prostitution being made legal
i agree, it should. with monthly health checks etc.

as for enforcing free speech, if they did that it would no longer be free speech would it.
it would also mean most of the forums on the net closing down because they couldn't moderate against
free speech. how about one of us coming on your site and telling everyone where you live what your moms phone number is etc. ? be careful what you wish for. Wink
(08-10-2010, 06:25 AM)bob5695 Wrote: [ -> ]
(08-10-2010, 06:23 AM)mr.moobs Wrote: [ -> ]
(08-10-2010, 06:11 AM)bob5695 Wrote: [ -> ]it should not be against the law to stand naked in public.

Why?

because your body shouldn't be seen as an offense.

That's very true but, with bad eating habits there's some pretty nasty/offensive bods walking around. I think I would remain thankful for a law prohibiting indescent exposure.
But then I'm from the old school of modesty.

As for things that should not be against the law ...
marijuwana
seatbelts (excluding children)
prostitution though there should be strick guidelines such as true consent, age, and state of health.
Same sex marriages
file sharing
euthenasia
i never thought of euthanasia, yeah though again guidelines should be set down in
order to prevent murders.

i kinda agree that nakedness shouldn't be against the law but the pedos and perves would have a field day.Sad
hehe thank god for that.

no, i didn't mean that. i meant if it wasn't illegal we'd have pedos and willy wagglers strutting their stuff all over the place. i suppose one would have something to hang the shopping on hehe.

i def agree that the human body has been made to seem unhealthy unless it's clothed which i don't agree with.
(08-12-2010, 12:55 PM)billy Wrote: [ -> ]i never thought of euthanasia, yeah though again guidelines should be set down in
order to prevent murders.

absolutely ... also to prevent greedy family members from wanting to get their hands on an early inheritence.

billy Wrote:i kinda agree that nakedness shouldn't be against the law but the pedos and perves would have a field day.Sad

I was at a beach along our lake a couple of years ago which often is appreaciated by both clothes wearers and nudists. There were a couple of organic hippie moms with their young children enjoying the water and off to the side were a couple of hungry men with hanging tongues ... it gave a total disrespectfullness to what was a beautiful/wholesome scene.
yeah, i agree. they'd definitely be the oglers.
imagine some of them after a few beers? Sad
we could keep that as an offence
ogling in a drunken state , yep i agree lol.

mrmod

Not having insurance.
(08-20-2010, 05:50 AM)SidewaysDan Wrote: [ -> ]Not having insurance.
is that against the law?that makes me a serial offender or rather a perpetual offender

mrmod

(08-20-2010, 06:09 AM)mr.moobs Wrote: [ -> ]Busking

I second that Smile.

(08-20-2010, 12:05 PM)srijantje Wrote: [ -> ]
(08-20-2010, 05:50 AM)SidewaysDan Wrote: [ -> ]Not having insurance.
is that against the law?that makes me a serial offender or rather a perpetual offender

I guess it depends on the country you live, no?
i think third party car insurance should be mandatory lol

if you run someone over they have no cheap means of redress. here in the philippines you pay a small amount each year and your covered. i think mine was about 15 dollars u.s.
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