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By Sid Stringer I've Never Been A Comic Book Fan. Stan Lee Had A Huge Following And In Respect To that I Wish Him And All Of Those Comic Book fans He Inspired My Sympathies For The Loss.
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By Andrew Herzman You didn't answer the question.
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By William Dykeman he must answer!!!
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By Kirby Liberty Harris I believe he told the basic human narratives through story telling that we ALL instinctively and spiritually need.
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By William Dykeman omg i think we agree
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By William Dykeman bang bang
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By Kirby Liberty Harris I think people would realize there is more we agree on than disagree on, if we remove the my team your team cancer. We need to agree on what we agree and work out what we don't. Some will refuse to do this and they are our true enemy.
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By William Dykeman our biggest diifrence is i emphasize the community and you emphasize individual liberty its not that i dont think idividual or the individuals rights are not important, it just the individual is not all important individuals dont live alone on islands you must remember that
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By Kirby Liberty Harris No, I emphasis both. And not sacrificing the individual's rights for the community, nor sacrificing the collective individual rights of the community when the individual wants to abuse their rights for his own gain.
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By William Dykeman obviously dont as evidenced by your anti statist fetish
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By Kirby Liberty Harris Wrong, I can be very anti state and pro all individuals in a community. And want a community that respects the rights of all individual members of the community.
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By Kirby Liberty Harris And be for voluntary communities, not forced, and that people can dissolve the bands they have with a community IF the community violates the rights of those individuals in the community (Declaration of In Dependence).
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By William Dykeman this is debateable
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By William Dykeman ever hear of twin oaks https://www.twinoaks.org/about-twinoaks-community
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twin_Oaks_Community,_Virginia
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By Kirby Liberty Harris What is debatable? And, yes I have heard of it. I am all for socialist and anarchist communities, as long as they are 100% voluntary and people can leave any time,
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By Kirby Liberty Harris Under the criticism section on Wikipedia about being hard to leave. I think those places should allow some system to fund a way for people to leave without only the shirt on their back.
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By William Dykeman whehther government is necessarry for a socialist state or whether it is possible for it to wither away as predicted by marx, never put much stock in marx
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By William Dykeman its hard to stay.. you can leave any time you want any diificuty is emotional
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By Kirby Liberty Harris You can leave, but hard for money reasons. "Those who choose to live at Twin Oaks for several years—including founder Kinkade—sometimes feel "trapped" there. This is because members have little opportunity to build up equity or savings."
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By Kirby Liberty Harris Billy, it would help if you read the criticism section and the Founder's own words.
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By Kirby Liberty Harris That is why IF I was to build a private voluntary socialist community, then I would want to build a mechanism for people to be able to afford to live in the outside world IF they were to choose to leave. It could be done with trusts and grants.
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By William Dykeman thats their problem.. and you know there is a welfare system
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By Kirby Liberty Harris That's not very share the wealth and take care of our brethren in our society of ya. The problem with many of these private 'socialist' systems is IF people change there minds it is hard to get out. Why not just have a fund that helps other move on?
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By William Dykeman the prpose of the government it to redistribute wealth and create a safety net i'm not sure thats the role of a commune
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By Kirby Liberty Harris No, the purpose of government is to protect the rights and the liberty of all individuals.
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By Kirby Liberty Harris And a commune can make whatever rules it wants, but, IF I was a socialist, I would not join one unless it had a way out that didn't leave me destitute in the outside world, IF I decided I didn't want to continue there.
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By William Dykeman Abraham Lincoln > Quotes > Quotable Quote
Abraham Lincoln
“The legitimate object of government is to do for a community of people whatever they need to have done, but can not do at all, or can not so well do, for themselves – in their separate, and individual capacities.”

― Abraham Lincoln
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By Kirby Liberty Harris Uhm, yes and no. I don't 100% agree with Abe. Yes IF an individual can't do it for himself, then a group must do it, but that DOESN'T have to be government. It can be a private collective.
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By Kirby Liberty Harris Lincoln was also against taking for one man to give to another without consent "That men who are industrious, and sober, and honest in the pursuit of their own interests should after a while accumulate capital, and after that should be allowed to enjoy it in peace, to use it to save themselves from actual labor and hire other people to labor for them is right."
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By Kirby Liberty Harris For getting rich honestly: "we do wish to allow the humblest man an equal chance to get rich with everybody else. [Applause] When one starts poor, as most do in the race of life, free society is such that he knows he can better his condition; he knows that there is no fixed condition of labor, for his whole life."
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By Kirby Liberty Harris He was also for self-government (Even without government): "The doctrine of self-government is right -- absolutely and eternally right -- just application depends upon whether a negro is not or is a man. If he is not a man, why in that case, he who is man may, as a matter of self-government do just as he pleases with him. But if the negro is a man is it not to that extent, a total destruction of self-government, to say that he too shall not govern himself? When the white man governs himself that is self-government; but when he governs himself, and also governs another man, that is more than self-government -- that is despotism."

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By William Dykeman you insult his memory
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By Kirby Liberty Harris Who insults his memory? More people need to specify with names when they make comments.
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By William Dykeman not you jeebus the other dude
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By Kirby Liberty Harris Jeebus? Which, there are two other dudes?
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By William Dykeman sid sid!what about the farwell thrust??!
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By William Dykeman you take all of this way to serious
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