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That's awesome country.
I was thinking the same thing. I think it is my fault.
Just people being lame.
I rarely get on the LNC anymore but I swear that when I do it usually dies.
Yes it is. Saw all the tourist stuff. Now wanna go back and do some mountain biking and fishing
It's BLF, so according to tBB he must be reading Marx or Engel or someone similar.
That area, and the Badlands are where all the outlaws used to camp out and hide. That place is a maze, and you can easily get lost and die. Beautiful country, but dangerous.
That looks terrible.
The amount of Bama/Heat fans is astonishing.
I guess we will just have to agree to disagree on what looks interesting
I can't stand books/works about government that put the cart before the horse. Our digital age will make for some compelling political philosophy/theory, but lets work on the principle questions first.
He is the fucking poster boy for bandwagon fans.
He is always gaying up the golf threads when Tiger is contention. When he is not he is no where to be found. mriderblue or whatever his name is the same except he is a Michigan fan.
That's right, I said what everyone else was thinking.
Just giving you shit.
I don't care about all of you VG fanboys. Not my fault you guys were completely missing the point.
What y'all bitching about tonight
First paragraph of the description:
"A rallying cry for revolutionizing democracy in the digital age, Citizenville reveals how ordinary Americans can reshape their government for the better. Gavin Newsom, the lieutenant governor of California, argues that today’s government is stuck in the last century while—in both the private sector and our personal lives—absolutely everything else has changed. The explosion of social media, the evolution of Internet commerce, the ubiquity of smart phones that can access all the world’s information; in the face of these extraordinary advances, our government appears increasingly irrelevant and out of touch."
We can't even get republicans and democrats to talk to each other, and this asshole is talking about social media? In this day in age our approach to politics and gov't needs to be completely re-thought, and it has nothing to do with a damn computer. Principle questions are ones such as these: What is an ideal government? or city? What is Justice? How should be justice be enforced and carried out? These questions are coming under assault from their norms in the past few years. All political and governmental debate at a philosophic level should be focused on how to solve these questions in our current climate. Now social media and technology may be helpful to that cause but they will not be central to any discussion of such.
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