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  • Netcob

    Netcob

    March 10, 2015, 4:07 pm

    "Always" and "Never" are not opposites, contrary to popular belief.

    The negation of "Always" is "Not Always", which includes "Sometimes".

    The negation of "Never" is "Sometimes", which includes "Always".

    Maybe I phrased that wrong, but you get the idea. Unless you are making a satirical comment in line with the comic's intention - but I think "double irony" is a stupid thing to do outside of a small group of people who really know each other. (Your username does sound familiar though, maybe you've done that before...?)

    For the record, the comic makes fun of outright rejection of technological advances - in your example that would be "banning all x-ray devices, even those for medical uses".

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  • shady8x

    shady8x

    March 10, 2015, 11:55 pm

    WHY?

    Unless the company caused the death, I don't see why it is immoral to benefit from it. IF you actually watched the video, it states that it is legal.

    It certainly gives a terrible conflict of interest and gives the company an incentive to switch to a crappy health insurance and send that employee to a more dangerous job. That is why the law should certainly be changed.

    However if a company doesn't do anything bad to the employee, why can't it profit from a legally allowed option?

    It is the law that is wrong here, not the companies using it.

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  • wkjvua

    wkjvua

    March 10, 2015, 8:03 am

    Wait. I really don't understand wtf is going on with these "tax breaks" consider the following:

    1) Life insurance companies are profitable

    * This means that ON AVERAGE, a life insurance policy holder will end up losing money to the life insurance company. If the business was designed any other way, it would not work.

    2) If businesses paid to insure lots of their employees, they would (on average) lose money.

    * As the video mentions, this practice started to allow businesses to insure themselves against the loss of a few KEY employees that are quite valuable.

    * Following logic from point 1, if they bought insurance policies for many employees, they would (on average) lose money.

    3) Given those two points, the fact that business *still* use this practice means that they must, on average, gain money.

    * The tax breaks must be **very large**

    4) The money to fund the tax breaks must come out of someone's pocket.

    * Why on earth am I, in a very roundabout way, forcibly giving money to some company?

    Bottom Line: **How can I take steps to eliminate these tax breaks, thus making such a practice unprofitable and stopping it dead in its tracks?**

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  • rabidgoldfish

    rabidgoldfish

    March 11, 2015, 1:20 am

    My guess would be that you could probably do it, although it might not be practical in the least. I'd imagine that the amount of thermite you could cram into a shotgun hull would be too small for any worthwhile purpose, entertainment included. Maybe a 37mm launcher could carry enough. I don't know of the top of my head if it's illegal or not.

    I originally read this as tannerite for some reason; so I'll comment on that quickly. **Don't** make tannerite rounds, the shock of being launched will probably detonate them. People seem to want to do this for 37s and 40s and it's illegal

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  • drbold

    drbold

    March 11, 2015, 1:10 am

    After reading that, it seems to me like the recorded heart-beat and breath probably belonged to a dog, but the story of the woman's voice could still be true. He only asserts that it's probably not because "The Soviets never took backward steps" basically meaning they wouldn't send up a man after they failed to send up a woman because it would have been "contradictory with the character of the space race", and they would have probably tried to send up a woman again. Maybe the man was what they had available at the time as far as training and preparation are concerned? I find his reasoning, given the evidence, to be a bit shallow on that point.

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  • oceanid

    oceanid

    March 11, 2015, 7:35 am

    Well, I had to cast legitimate actors (non porn actors), so they just had to run a couple of lines for me. But there aren't actual porn castings in our company. My boss goes through an agency's website and if he sees a girl he likes, he'll hire her. The male talent are regulars. Very rarely will my boss hire a new guy.

    I have gossip like seeing my bosses hook up with the girls, girls not being very clean and stinking up the whole set, talent going crazy and throwing things when they didn't get their way, etc.

    I've seen roughly 60 dicks. It becomes the norm after a while.

    Nothing has ever gone further than flirting for me.

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  • seagullnoise

    seagullnoise

    March 10, 2015, 7:22 am

    I don't understand the downvotes. People express their demands in a capitalist system through buying a good, such as shares in a company. Unethical practices would all change if shareholders weren't greedy and concerned almost universally with profitability. Currently investors in a hyper-competitive atmosphere almost demand that a corporation push against the borders of what is legally acceptable. If they do not, their competitor will be earning revenue from it and their share price will relatively increase.

    The rules and expected behavior in a competitive system must be clearly delineated and enforced, or else unethical behavior may be rewarded.

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  • Victawr

    Victawr

    March 10, 2015, 6:44 am

    I agree entirely, this does ruin multiplayer. I have to back out of every other lobby, just because I don't want to pay for the maps. I paid for you game, guys, stop ruining it for me because I don't want to pay any more.

    I have never had this happen to me in CoD4 though. The maps just don't show up or something if you don't have them. (I do, but when playing with friends that don't.) Infinity Ward had nothing to do with [email protected], so I wouldn't be too worried. Treyarch also ruined the game with tanks. You get used to them, but sometimes it gets incredibly unbalanced.

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