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Old December 23rd, 2010, 10:32 AM   #21
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It would add some credibility. Instead you make excuses for not doing it.

I don't expect sources for everthing, but just saying your car is faster than my car doesn't mean it is. But either citing a top end speed, or a 1/4 mile time makes a difference (random example) but maybe that will help you understand my point.

Have fun with all the quality stuff, good times. So is your title quality engineer? If it is, and you so choose to enjoy that field, I strongly recommend getting a bsme or bsee for when you may have to look for another degree, it "can" be the deal breaker from time to time. Quality is a weird field though, some places require the degree, some dont care.
I agree with you.

I enjoy arguing, consider it an excuse if you want but I really don't want to put a lot of time into arguing stupid shit.

If I continue any education, it would be for a Master's instead of another Bachelor's.
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Old December 23rd, 2010, 11:10 AM   #22
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Omg I have to say I agree with you. I am a republican but I also don't think we should leave people to die in the streets. I would hope that maybe my friends would be intelligent enough to form their own thoughts and not just support the very conservative party line.
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I am some times surprised at what my friends will say but I don't attribute that to a Party. When you're dealing with large groups of people (IE, the US) Trying to confine everybody into one single definition is Ludicrous. That's what makes our country great but at the same time makes you want to rip your hair out.

Most consider me to be a conservative Republican-ish person. I do have some very liberal things I agree with though. It blow tier mind and, if they are a liberal, gives them a Slight glimpse of hope that I may become one of them. But I won't.
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Old December 23rd, 2010, 12:51 PM   #23
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Story of my life...

I'm generally a fiscal conservative, but tend to be socially moderate - so I'm not a pure anything.

Republicans push issues like deregulation, where some level of rational regulation is often necessary. It's that balance between them and who would regulate everything and use that regulation to attempt social engineering that makes the system work.

Likewise, I'm pro-choice and would allow gays to get married. I'll also offer that supporting both of these social agendas are truly conservative / republican "keep government out of people's lives" principles. The co-opting of the conservative cause and party by the vocal minority religious right is responsible for that little paradox. It's kind of interesting to see big-time religion pal-ing around with when virtually every legitimate religion truly advocates ideals.


I'm also realistic enough to know that we can't eliminate all social programs.
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Are some people just unable to logically explain their thoughts?
Well, FWIW, you seem to be getting better, Jeff.
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