[Chugalug] More on Bitcoin:

Stephen Kraus ub3ratl4sf00 at gmail.com
Fri Aug 23 11:42:45 UTC 2013

Actually Chad that first example is wrong, mainly because if you sold that
car, and it was a car you built from junk (trust me I know this one),
unless you RIGGED the car to explode, it would be ruled an accident. Buyer
Beware remember?

Chad, you have this weird definition of 'personal responsibility', but
corporations, as much as you declare them to be fictional, are real things.
They are a conglomerate of people qorking for a common interest or party.

But, be that as it may, I agree that corporations need to be better held to
laws and accountable for their crimes (at least the people who were involed
in the said crime)

But in the end Chad, declarinf corporations 'fictional' because it doesn't
fit your ideal....thats pushing reality there.

Also, its a a massive abuse of the word 'fictional'
On Aug 23, 2013 12:14 AM, "Chad Smith" <chad78 at gmail.com> wrote:

> If I go into my gargage (assuming I had one) and build a car, from parts I
> get from a junk yard, or order online - whatever.  If i build that car, and
> sell it to someone - and that car blows up and kills that person ... I'm
> going to go to jail.
> If I buy a plot of land, start digging for oil, find it -but end up
> spewing giga-gallons into the neighboring wetlands .... I'm probably going
> to go to jail - or at least being hit with a fine so big I'll never see
> another dime of income for as long as I live.
> BUT - if I do those things under the protection of acting on behalf of a
> "Corporation" - worst that can happen is I lose my job, and if I own any
> stock, that stock becomes worthless.  Probably, though, if I'm high enough
> on the corporate ladder to actually be responsible for those things,
> nothing bad will happen to me at all.
> That's the type of personal responsibility I'm talking about.  Nothing to
> do with any french royalty.
> *- Chad W. Smith*
> On Thu, Aug 22, 2013 at 9:12 PM, Dave Brockman <dave at brockmans.com> wrote:
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>> On 8/22/2013 5:48 PM, Stephen Kraus wrote:
>> > 1. I don't frequent Reddit, nice try. 2. Edison, the man who paid
>> > kids to capture neighborhood pets to electrocute with AC to prove
>> > how terrible Tesla's electrical system was, cheated Tesla out of
>> > $10,000 for fixing his issues with DC, got most of his 'innovative'
>> > ideas from a staff of inventors he paid (poorly) and then patented
>> > their ideas under his own name for his company.
>> Edison was a douche, on so many levels...  It's a shame (and you guys
>> DID all ready 1984, right?) just a tad bit scary how our history has
>> already been rewritten.
>> Regards,
>> dtb
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