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Favorite team:LSU 
Location:Red Stick
Biography:yeah
Interests:futbol americano
Occupation:student
Number of Posts:2087
Registered on:1/26/2009
Online Status:Not Online

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re: I'm a free enterprise guy, but something has to be done about drug prices - cahoots
[quote]I'm not sure what you're even arguing anymore. Patents aren't a great way of expanding drug profits. In general, the patent law for pharma has limited drug prices and costs far more than they have increased them. [/quote] :lol:...
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re: Tesla expands into Home Battery Biz - cahoots
the batteries can store power from solar panels instead of selling it back for low rates. also, the batteries will allow people to use traditional electricity sources during more off peak hours. as these become more common, variable power rates will be less variable and power plants could run more c...
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re: upper deck for bayou country super fest/taylor swift - cahoots
You probably can't hear anything. Which is kinda nice. ...
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re: Christian Leaders Threaten Civil Disobedience - cahoots
[quote]Is this not plain language? [/quote] There are 100 ways to interpret that text, especially when you read the whole passage in context. It could mean what you think it means, but it's vague. Unnatural, shameful, and lust are not the same thing as homosexual....
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re: Christian Leaders Threaten Civil Disobedience - cahoots
[quote]So you are telling me that Greek and Hebrew had no words to describe homosexuality or homosexual acts and that the translators of the bible had no access to these words?! [/quote] I'm saying that they used ambiguous phrases. Hence the debate. People who read it in Hebrew or Greek don't agr...
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re: Christian Leaders Threaten Civil Disobedience - cahoots
[quote]You are wrong. Here are 4 listings in the New Testament. Romans 1:26–27, 1 Corinthians 6:9–10, and 1 Timothy 1:9–10. and Jude 1:7,[/quote] The bible doesn't talk about homosexuality. It wasn't written in English. You have to really stretch out the meanings of the original text to fin...
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re: Christian Leaders Threaten Civil Disobedience - cahoots
[quote]I agree that Christians need to push back. I like to describe it as being quiet vigilantes. I just love the story about Jesus kickin butt in the temple. [/quote] Like those people with the signs on Bourbon St?...
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re: Christian Leaders Threaten Civil Disobedience - cahoots
[quote]He said that once same-sex marriage is elevated to the level of protected status – it will transform the face of society and will result in the “beginning of the end of Western Civilization.” “You are essentially saying that boys and girls don’t need moms and dads – that moms and dads are ...
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re: Passing problems down through generations - cahoots
[quote]Plenty of people do it. It's just a matter of how much you want it. There are time when you just can't go every semester, you have to take time off and work and save up for a few more semesters, but you fight through it.[/quote] Don't misunderstand me. If you want to get a business admin d...
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re: Passing problems down through generations - cahoots
[quote]I paid my own way through school including all associated costs and did so within 3 years. Rent, insurance, books, food, car, fuel....everything. [/quote] Good for you but college costs much more today. I spent close to $1000 on books one semester. And you really can't work much if you're ...
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re: Metairie Double Shooting, Father/Son Shot (Update p 14, Suspects Arrested) - cahoots
[quote] there's a reason Mandeville continues to grow... my dad notices it too [/quote] A lot of people in mandeville say that it's going the way of Metairie ...
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re: Does Obama Love America? How are Americans Stupid? - cahoots
[quote]...and more about America than Americans know about Europe. [/quote] Agree, but it's mostly because our culture has spread over there - movies, music, technology... Plus, some parts of Europe are better educated than the US as well....
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re: IBM has 'strong opposition' to Louisiana religious freedom bill - cahoots
[quote]The government has no right to force people to engage in an activity that goes against their beliefs. [/quote] The government isn't forcing religious institutions to marry gay couples. It's forcing businesses to bake them a cake if there's no good reason not to. ...
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re: Can there be any distinction between a Democrat and a "Liberal"? - cahoots
[quote]This is my experience with most "liberals" I interact with. It usually isn't worth even talking to them because they are that focused on their ideology. [/quote] Cuts both ways dude. There are entire small towns of conservatives that have never left their bubbles before. It's almost i...
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re: IBM has 'strong opposition' to Louisiana religious freedom bill - cahoots
It's really pretty simple. Some religions encourage discrimination. Do we give these religious people the freedom to discriminate or do we give fellow citizens freedom from the discrimination itself? There are two sides to freedom at play here. You are entitled to your opinion, but I don't think ...
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re: The real economic impact of taxation - cahoots
[quote]So the innovation wouldn't have happened otherwise? [/quote] Impossible to answer simply, but many innovations funded in part by our government would have been difficult to do with private cash [i]at their respective times in history[/i]. Too capital intensive and too risky. In genera...
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re: The real economic impact of taxation - cahoots
Yes, increases in taxes do decrease the incentive to produce in some regard. However, economics don't happen in a vacuum. Say, for instance, you use the extra taxes to fund public education or give a grant to a technology company. Moves like that might lead to innovation like, I don't know, the inte...
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re: IBM has 'strong opposition' to Louisiana religious freedom bill - cahoots
[quote]Reducing restrictions on businesses is somehow unattractive? I think not. [/quote] That's it. I'm done. Bask in your ability to freely turn away gay couples who want you to bake them a wedding cake. Meanwhile, the rest of the planet will be focusing on things that matter, like 800 tech...
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re: IBM has 'strong opposition' to Louisiana religious freedom bill - cahoots
Big picture dude. IBM cares about talent a lot more than social issues. But their talent cares about those issues... Why some of you care more about ambiguous, unnecessary religious protection laws is beyond me. No business in BR/LA is under threat by gays or any other imaginations....
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re: IBM has 'strong opposition' to Louisiana religious freedom bill - cahoots
[quote]I'm sure that IBM never contracts with the misogynistic government of Saudi Arabia. Right?[/quote] :lol: My concern is whether this law will affect IBM's hiring and existence in Baton Rouge, not IBM's relationship with Middle Eastern governments or any hypocrisy you may assign to ...
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