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    Quote Originally Posted by Panarchy View Post

    The other guy's Dong!
    Now Now, Thats not very nice. There's no need to be like that. Try and Keep Tweak Town exempt from the flame wars and crap that ruin other forums. Everyone is entilted to there opinion, and if you disagree thats fine as your entitled to yours also. Lets just all be happy and smile that Aliens from a far superior race havent came to earth and wiped us all out in order for them ever expanding population to inhabit our planet.
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    Default Re: Intel Core2 Quad: Q6600 vs Q8200 - Which is better?

    Well anyways, back-on-off-topic?

    Moshpit... waiting for a reply!

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    Just get a damm I7 and be done with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Panarchy View Post
    Well anyways, back-on-off-topic?

    Moshpit... waiting for a reply!
    Sorry, I'll reread your post in the morning with my coffee and get all fired up and we'll get round 2 going then. After getting home from work tonite I played a marathon long game of the campaign in Dawn of War 2 and now it's late and I'm too sleepy to chew you up now. Rain check till tomorrow? :D
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    Default Re: Intel Core2 Quad: Q6600 vs Q8200 - Which is better?

    Sure mate!

    I'll be waiting!

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    Default Re: Intel Core2 Quad: Q6600 vs Q8200 - Which is better?

    moshpit: *bump

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    Not much more to really say. I cannot debate a point with you when your not even defending the point we're debating. Anarchy means NO government. Your promoting government by corporation. Your not even debating the same subject I am. Anarchy. As in, the complete absence of any form of authority. And that's what I'm against. In the complete absence of any form of authority, humanity would fall apart into chaos.

    You're promoting authority by MONEY. Sorry, that's proven as a path to corruption. Your corporations will have no oversight. If they DO have the needed oversight, that's government. In fact, so are those "defense agencies". And who creates the money since no government is around to verify the financial reserves? Another company? Who's paying them? That's not anarchy as described in the dictionary or any political discourse I've read.
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    I want to point something out. We've argued who the utopian is, you, or me, right?

    I back my points with evidence. YOU are the utopian as proven by the Merriam-Webster dictionary. And I quote and link said proof:

    anarchy - Definition from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary

    " an·ar·chy
    Pronunciation:
    \ˈa-nər-kē, -ˌnär-\
    Function:
    noun
    Etymology:
    Medieval Latin anarchia, from Greek, from anarchos having no ruler, from an- + archos ruler — more at arch-
    Date:
    1539

    1
    a: absence of government
    b: a state of lawlessness or political disorder due to the absence of governmental authority
    c: a utopian society of individuals who enjoy complete freedom without government
    2
    a: absence or denial of any authority or established order
    b: absence of order : disorder -not manicured plots but a wild anarchy of nature "

    Anarchy, by nature, can only be believed in by a utopian. You THINK you believe in anarchy, therefore you ARE a utopian. I say "think" because you don't even know what the term "anarchy" really means or I wouldn't have to pull out the internationally accepted DICTIONARY to slap you with.

    A realist will never believe anarchy has any chance of working in the manner described by the Webster's dictionary, section 1, line C. Since you're promoting line C specifically, but then liberally sprinkling non-anarchy in with it in the form of "defence agencies", I'd be forced to agree with said internationally accepted dictionary and catalog your ideas as decidedly utopian and little more then fantasy.

    The hilarious part of this debate is, I'm actually closer to your point of view then you think. I believe in smaller government. A mostly free-trade society with minimal restriction can be a healthy and prosperous society. But without some guidelines and rules to operate within, society cannot function. Enforcement of those guidelines and rules is government. Humanity IS society. I'm not talking Hollywood society here, I'm talking humanity as an interacting whole. Leadership is a must for direction. Without direction, we die as a species because nobody will regulate pollution or shoot down asteroids or colonize other worlds. Those just arn't "profitable", day to day businesses. Governments do those things. They garuntee money based on a resource. You want COMPANIES to do that instead? Oh my!!! Talk about faith!

    To round this out, let's review. Panarchy, you started this debate with the now obviously false accusation of us americans being uneducated, the following shoots that down spectacularly:

    1. You accused me directly of utopianism that in fact described your own position, proven by the internationally accepted Webster's Dictionary, point 1 victory. (american's uneducated? think again, sonny...)

    2. I've since also shown that I have a better grasp of the concept you're promoting then you do by your lack of understanding of the term "anarchy". Companies acting as the police of society is still government, and you then show a lack of understanding of the term "government" by promoting a term with no relevance, anarchy, with corporate police management, in complete ignorance of the mutual exclusivity of those terms, point 2, victory.

    3. You promote a society where paid organizations provide security, yet fail to include HOW they're to be paid. What will be the exchange media? Money? That's printed by governments based on garuntees of a resource to back the printed money. What international group will verify this? The banks? Yeah, I think we'll pass on letting the banks print money... Point 3, victory.

    4. Society direction? Any? Or none. Your way, none. My way, the stars are the future of our children. Final point that matters.

    So, in the end, your accusation that started this debate has been shot down and thrown back on you, your position has been shown to have holes that a mack truck could drive through, and the debate is effectively over as I completely doubt your ability to find a way out of the contradiction you've postulated in complete ignorance of internationally accepted English terminology. Anarchy, but with "defense agencies"... Hehehehehe, talk about a real oxymoron of a concept :p

    Never call me uneducated again. I'll just eat your lunch right on up, Yum ;)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Panarchy View Post
    Sure mate!

    I'll be waiting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by moshpit View Post
    Not much more to really say. I cannot debate a point with you when your not even defending the point we're debating. Anarchy means NO government. Your promoting government by corporation. Your not even debating the same subject I am. Anarchy. As in, the complete absence of any form of authority. And that's what I'm against. In the complete absence of any form of authority, humanity would fall apart into chaos.
    ...... we've been through this.
    Quote Originally Posted by Panarchy View Post
    The etymology of the word Anarchy is from the Greek: ἀναρχία anarchía, "without ruler", not the other [wrong] definition, "Chaos".
    To add to that, in direct reply to what you've said, Anarchy does not mean complete absence of authority. See above for a confirmation.
    Quote Originally Posted by moshpit View Post
    You're promoting authority by MONEY. Sorry, that's proven as a path to corruption. Your corporations will have no oversight. If they DO have the needed oversight, that's government. In fact, so are those "defense agencies". And who creates the money since no government is around to verify the financial reserves? Another company? Who's paying them? That's not anarchy as described in the dictionary or any political discourse I've read.
    So Government is better than corporations?
    Why did you come to that conclusion?
    [I'll use America as an example, as it's easier for you to relate to]
    Democracy works towards short term [4 years] goals to get themselves re-elected. Or long time goals for the same outcome. Nothing risky... or that takes a long time to enact. Monarchy on the other hand...

    Also, government is a forced monopoly. That is; no competition.

    Corporations will pretty much always have competition.

    Also, with defence agencies, what if you disagree with a big issue that the government decides on on your behalf, e.g.: going to/prolonging war?

    So, concerned [non-refundable] shareholder of "the" government, what then?

    With defence agencies your shares are refundable, or exchangeable at least.

    The alternative... of course, is Panarchy.

    Quote Originally Posted by moshpit View Post
    Without direction, we die as a species because nobody will regulate pollution or shoot down asteroids or colonize other worlds. Those just arn't "profitable", day to day businesses. Governments do those things. They garuntee money based on a resource. You want COMPANIES to do that instead? Oh my!!! Talk about faith!
    You put so much faith into Governement. You're the utopian. So you agree with every single decision the government makes? What if you disagree, and your the minority, then what?

    I don't know about you, but I'm not in favour of mob rule *cough* Democracy.



    Quote Originally Posted by moshpit View Post
    To round this out, let's review. Panarchy, you started this debate with the now obviously false accusation of us americans being uneducated
    Not just Americans... everyone who lives under a Government, without doing [or trying to do] anything about it.

    Quote Originally Posted by moshpit View Post
    . I've since also shown that I have a better grasp of the concept you're promoting then you do by your lack of understanding of the term "anarchy". Companies acting as the police of society is still government, and you then show a lack of understanding of the term "government" by promoting a term with no relevance, anarchy, with corporate police management, in complete ignorance of the mutual exclusivity of those terms, point victory.
    What are you going to say next, Anarchy isn't compatible with the Free Market?



    Quote Originally Posted by moshpit View Post
    . You promote a society where paid organizations provide security, yet fail to include HOW they're to be paid. What will be the exchange media? Money? That's printed by governments based on guarantees of a resource to back the printed money. What international group will verify this? The banks? Yeah, I think we'll pass on letting the banks print money... Point victory.
    Once again, I must claim your lack of knowledge.

    Firstly, up until the early 20th century, money was printed privately [America].

    Secondly, and most importantly, do you know the origin of what is currently printed, yet has no backing?

    Gold. Money was just a more convenient way of carrying it around, with less risk. Receipts if you will.

    Currently there is more money in circulation then Gold backing, so all our money is worthless. For more info on this there is a Rothbard article you should read.

    What Has Government Done to Our Money? by Murray N. Rothbard [PDF or ASP]

    Quote Originally Posted by moshpit View Post
    4. Society direction? Any? Or none. Your way, none. My way, the stars are the future of our children. Final point that matters.
    Ever heard of a little thing called Ambition?

    Money is a nice Catalyst for Ambition.

    Quote Originally Posted by moshpit View Post
    Never call me uneducated again. I'll just eat your lunch right on up, Yum ;)
    No such thing as a free lunch ;)

    Panarchy
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