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  • whenever stevef posts a thread, i imagine a big sled pulled by a cheerfully trotting mammoth bouncing into town. the mammoth shakes off the snow from his back and says "we-e-e-e-ll helloooo thar, folks! have a gander at this!" and his trunk pulls back the tarp from over the sled and reveals a big haul of science, publications and fossil samples and strange liquids in vials, all freshly carved from the knowledge mines.

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I like Coates, but newsflash: $100k/year is still working class.
Your privilege is showing.
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Just a simple question, Dave.



How would you switch off your "bio-machine"?

Just about every real (human designed) machine can be switched off.  Can your "bio-machines"? And if so. how?


With rabbits, I break their necks.  My sons "switch off" deer by putting a bullet (or an arrow) through their heart. 


And after doing this, how do you switch them back on?  Most real human derived machines that I am aware of can be switched back on after they are switched off.  How are your "bio-machines" switched back on?  Even after having their necks wrung or an arrow through the heart?


They're not.  I suppose sleeping would be more comparable to a man made on-off switch.

No Dave.  Sleeping is not even close to what I am talking about.  I mean off.  No interaction with objective reality at all.  Except for normal decay of biological tissue.

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Politics and Current Events / Re: Roy Moore is a pedophile
Last post by el jefe -
"working class" doesn't simply mean people who couldn't survive without their jobs, it's specifically also people with below-average income.  $100k is well above average.
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Here's a classic: https://boingboing.net/2017/12/13/childing-while-black.html

12 officers with guns drawn are unable to distinguish between a 40 year old white woman and an 11 year old black girl. I mean, really, are they that incompetent? If I were the police chief I'd fire them all for simply being too stupid to be a police officer and then I'd offer my resignation in disgrace. If I were the Mayor, I'd demand the foregoing.

And this was not some long distance sighting, it was up close and personal enough to arrest and handcuff the girl and take her from her home. It's simply staggering.
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But the goat IS a machine.
No. It's not.
Quote any recognized (by anyone other than yourself) definition of "machine" that a goat meets.
See?
You can't.

But even if a goat were a "machine", wtf is your point?

:dunno:



I forget.
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Just a simple question, Dave.



How would you switch off your "bio-machine"?

Just about every real (human designed) machine can be switched off.  Can your "bio-machines"? And if so. how?


With rabbits, I break their necks.  My sons "switch off" deer by putting a bullet (or an arrow) through their heart. 


And after doing this, how do you switch them back on?  Most real human derived machines that I am aware of can be switched back on after they are switched off.  How are your "bio-machines" switched back on?  Even after having their necks wrung or an arrow through the heart?


They're not.  I suppose sleeping would be more comparable to a man made on-off switch.
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Just a simple question, Dave.

How would you switch off your "bio-machine"?

Just about every real (human designed) machine can be switched off.  Can your "bio-machines"? And if so. how?


High Rick! Are you new here?
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But the goat IS a machine.
No. It's not.
Quote any recognized (by anyone other than yourself) definition of "machine" that a goat meets.
See?
You can't.

But even if a goat were a "machine", wtf is your point?

:dunno:


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Just a simple question, Dave.



How would you switch off your "bio-machine"?

Just about every real (human designed) machine can be switched off.  Can your "bio-machines"? And if so. how?


With rabbits, I break their necks.  My sons "switch off" deer by putting a bullet (or an arrow) through their heart. 


And after doing this, how do you switch them back on?  Most real human derived machines that I am aware of can be switched back on after they are switched off.  How are your "bio-machines" switched back on?  Even after having their necks wrung or an arrow through the heart?

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Just a simple question, Dave.

How would you switch off your "bio-machine"?

Just about every real (human designed) machine can be switched off.  Can your "bio-machines"? And if so. how?


With rabbits, I break their necks.  My sons "switch off" deer by putting a bullet (or an arrow) through their heart. 
As asked, how do you then switch them back on?