Social cohesion ensures that liberty means anything at all, unless you're into anarchy. Definitely where I was horrified reading this.Individual liberty is more important than societal cohesion. To change that I guess society would have to collapse from too much liberty.
Or if you are a transhumanist, in which case it doesn't matter anyway. My money is still going to be on society running our of resources before the robo rapture.Social cohesion ensures that liberty means anything at all, unless you're into anarchy. Definitely where I was horrified reading this.
It's a Ford, lolFord's Mustang II was the right car for the time. People give it shit for not living up to the earlier Mustangs, but it was made to be a sporty coupe that carried on the basic pony car design aspects- 2+2 seating, short rear deck and long nose, sporty contemporary styline in a time when insurance rates were skyrocketing, environmental measures were being slapped on exhaust systems, and fuel crises were making it hard to justify those fire breathing 351 and 429 ci engines. It kept the nameplate alive and booming long enough to return with the Fox platform and the 5.0 engine.
You've got to present a better argument than "it's not fast" "it's smaller" "it shares a platform with the Pinto" or "it's a Ford lol".
If they ever did that, wouldn't that prove your initial assertion, rather than disprove it?The thing that would convince me otherwise is if every jew apologized for their actions and fucked off and vowed never to enter business or politics in any non-jew nation ever again.
I have to agree with this. I love learning about my family history, but at the same time it does feel like you're obligated to do better at times. My granddad was a Dust Bowl survivor that didn't leave for California, was a Sergeant from North Africa to Dachau in WWII, and started two businesses of his own and only ever had a 3rd grade education. That's a pretty hefty "he did that with what he had...what are you gonna do with what you got?"The preservation of your family’s history and traditions is one of the most important things. I’m the only one in the family with a desire to learn of my family history from my grandmother, and I have a lot of friends who don’t care or can’t wait to cut ties and never return for a holiday. It’s one of the few things that hurts the deepest part of my soul. I’d rather carry the history of my ancestors on my back than let their sacrifices fade.
The only way you could change my mind is by proving reminiscence, nostalgia, history, tradition, and familial blood is utterly useless to a person, and even then I’d struggle to come to terms with it.