This conversation started after a mock post to r/ShitPoliticsSays that went, “The worst thing about the January 6 insurrection was that they didn’t do a bit more damage”. The user that posted it and the commenter I was engaged with show as deleted. I had to use the Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine to get the other side of the conversation. Enjoy!
The following conversion is a bit weird and a bit ironic, but it demonstrates the thinking that typifies “normies” who accept the state and it’s jurisdiction as a given, who have never tried challenging it “theoretically”, or not. My first comment was in reply to an article titled, “Five U.S. lawmakers accuse Amazon of possibly lying to Congress following Reuters report” shared to r/technology on Reddit. Enjoy!
This discussion on the limits of legal liability for assualt by government agents ensued after an article titled, “A Black realtor who was handcuffed by police in Michigan as he was showing a home to a Black father and his son has filed a lawsuit” was posted to the r/Libertarian subreddit. Enjoy!
User u/Wolf96312 asked the question at r/AskLibertarians, “How would healthcare work?” about 7 months ago. After someone else’s answer, I jumped in and started by own short thread with u/Wolf96312. Enjoy.
The question was posed about 7 months ago, “Gun owners of Reddit, what is your reason to own firearms?” My answer and a conversation about my answer went as follows. Skyler: Australia right now, and every tyrannical government previously. TheOnlyFallenCookie: What makes you confident that you will be able to judge if your government turned…
An article titled, “California ends single-family zoning” was shared at r/Libertarian 6 months ago, to which I responded, “Great now end all zoning.” The following short conversation ensued.
A short exchange with u/upchuk13 who believes the state should force private companies to respect free speech. I posted the displayed picture to the r/Anarcho_Capitalism subreddit with the following additional commentary, “The furthest thing away from a libertarian solution is demanding that the government force these tech companies to respect free speech when likely they’re…
Here’s an exchanged with u/Superb-Intention sparked by this article from a Utah Newspaper on the homeless problem in Salt Lake City. It’s just a normie head-butting a radical libertarian on government and jurisdictional claims. Enjoy!
The biggest problem with markets is their tendencies to consolidate and this reduce competition. This leads to things like planned obsolescence. How do you prevent this?
Here is a discussion with u/RobertAntonWilson on reddit regarding property rights.