From: Mxsmanic on
Martin writes:

> Money?

Money is not a material thing; it is only a means to obtain other
things, some of which are material, and some of which are not.

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From: Dave Frightens Me on
On Wed, 19 Jul 2006 18:32:31 +0200, Mxsmanic <mxsmanic(a)>

>The Reid writes:
>> to support the US lifestyle across the globe population will have
>> to start falling fast.
>I agree, but I think that's a desirable goal. There isn't any reason
>why human population must perpetually increase. And if it does
>perpetually increase, eventually everyone will starve under the most
>dire conditions, since the resources of the planet are finite.

I think we'll have a bit of warning.
From: Stanislas de Kertanguy on
Mxsmanic avait nonc :
> Martin writes:
>> Money?
> Money is not a material thing;

Well that's for sure : you said that there were infinite sources of
money, which can't be if it's a material thing.

However you suggested afterwards that a print would suffice as an
infinite source of money.

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From: Stephen Dailey on
On 18 Jul 2006 18:22:38 -0700, Tchiowa <tchiowa2(a)> wrote:

> Iceman wrote:
>> Tchiowa wrote:
>> > I've been in 40 or 50 countries on 5 continents. I've lived and worked
>> > in dozens of countries on 5 continents. When I think of quality of
>> > life, the US is head and shoulders above most of the others. The only
>> > one that comes even close is Australia. Europe doesn't have a country
>> > that's even in the running. There are several Asian countries I would
>> > put above most of Europe.
>> I think the quality of life is higher in many European cities than in
>> most of the US. You can live in the city center instead of in a
>> hideous suburb,
> a "hideous suburb"???? I'd much rather live in a suburb than in a city.
> I have a house, some land, grass for the kids to play on, streets that
> are safe, low crime, low pollution, low noise.

Thanks, Tchiowa. I was trying to figure out the meaning of the phrase
"hideous suburb." IMHO there's nothing hideous about being able to afford
to live in my own building on my own lot.

Shoreline, Washington (yes, it's a suburb) USA
19 Jul 2006, 1839 PDT
From: Tchiowa on

Jordi wrote:
> Tchiowa wrote:
> > Jordi wrote:
> > > However, when being told that our system actually works for everyone
> > > and with less expense, all I hear from you is some distant whining
> > > about lines and the system going bankrupt.
> >
> > Being told by you as opposed to seeing the actual statements from the
> > governments involved and the court rulings and everything else. The
> > fact that you have blinders on doesn't mean anyone should accept your
> > claims while ignoring all the evidence around them.
> We are living the system day to day,

and ignoring the fact that it's been tried before repeatedly and has
failed repeatedly. You are happy because you get what you want today.
Tomorrow will take care of itself. Right? That is just a tad
short-sighted, don't you think?