J. Exalto
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Guides on How to (Superficially) Be a Man

Started this discussion. Last reply by Native Son May 15. 5 Replies

These are the kinds of things I'm talking about:…Continue

What kind of woman are you interested in?

Started this discussion. Last reply by J. Exalto Feb 10. 46 Replies

I'm not interested in women myself, but I'm often surprised by the kind of woman guys are into when it comes to relationships. I can't imagine myself marrying someone I don't respect, and yet a lot…Continue

Introduction

Started this discussion. Last reply by Salt Dragon Jan 13. 12 Replies

I didn’t notice this section before, so I guess I will post in here since I haven't posted much yet. In case anyone is wondering, "J. Exalto" is a pseudonym that comes from a name I found in my…Continue

 

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Jay D replied to J. Exalto's discussion Globalism in the group The Great Debate
"We are discussing two things here. 1. Globalism actually brought as huge relative wealth since the average western household now can afford things that were liited to the aristocracy just 100 years ago. Have you laundry done, babysitters, maids,…"
May 29
Jay D replied to J. Exalto's discussion Globalism in the group The Great Debate
"I agree and being able to patent f.e. new drug recipes is very important for innovation, since there is a lot of money invested. But there are also many areas were patents kill innovation and competition, since they grant a quasi monopoly for…"
May 29
Lumberjoe replied to J. Exalto's discussion Globalism in the group The Great Debate
"I understand what you're saying. But, in a capitalist society, the potential for profit (rather than the overall greater good) is one of the few ways to motivate people to actually innovate, discover and develop anything of value. If you take…"
May 29
Lumberjoe replied to J. Exalto's discussion Globalism in the group The Great Debate
"If it makes you feel any better, manufacturing in Ontario is on its last legs. Most auto manufacturing jobs have gone to Mexico. We get tossed a few scraps every now and then but manufacturing in Ontario is nothing like it used to be. A lot…"
May 29
Lumberjoe replied to J. Exalto's discussion Globalism in the group The Great Debate
"If the country has an abundance of natural resources that they can sell on the international market, that's one possibility."
May 29
Nick H replied to J. Exalto's discussion Globalism in the group The Great Debate
"Some American admins made chinas job of poaching us tech quite easy. http://www.nytimes.com/1999/05/11/world/clinton-approves-technology-transfer-to-china.html"
May 29
Nick H replied to J. Exalto's discussion Globalism in the group The Great Debate
"When Newfoundland joined Canada in 1949, my hometown had numerous industries to supply the home market, including three fully employed foundries making nails, stoves, etc. Fast-forward to the time I was born in the 70s and we have none left. One…"
May 29
Nick H replied to J. Exalto's discussion Globalism in the group The Great Debate
"Without jobs how does a country pay for a "generous welfare system"?"
May 29
Shane replied to J. Exalto's discussion Globalism in the group The Great Debate
"I put this out there before the last time one of t mods decided to delete posts so I helped him out:"
May 28
Pale Horse replied to J. Exalto's discussion Globalism in the group The Great Debate
"Yes, but it has affected our people. Now people just don't know how to do things for themselves. Also, it contributes to the consumerist culture propagated by our government."
May 28
Native Son replied to J. Exalto's discussion Globalism in the group The Great Debate
"My take on how the current administration views "Globalism" is this:  So long as the old man and his sons make money off the 1%, and his son-in-law makes money off the bottom 50%, it's all good--for them."
May 28
Milo Morris replied to J. Exalto's discussion Globalism in the group The Great Debate
"I can see that this conversation has been mostly about the mechanics of globalism, and the physical-layer effects globalism has had so far. And that's fine. We need to have those conversations because globalism isn't going to go…"
May 28
Jay D replied to J. Exalto's discussion Globalism in the group The Great Debate
"To be honest, if you can outsource all those things isnt that a sign of wealth?"
May 28
Jay D replied to J. Exalto's discussion Globalism in the group The Great Debate
"For Chinas defense i have to say that intellectual property is a cultural manifestation of capitalism that is not part of Chinese culture. The idea that you can own a idea is quite strange if you think about and whie we have it to promote…"
May 28
Nature of a Man replied to J. Exalto's discussion Globalism in the group The Great Debate
"Well globalism is apparently a bigger issue than mere economics. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Globalism"
May 26
Pale Horse replied to J. Exalto's discussion Globalism in the group The Great Debate
"And another thing, we haven't only outsourced manual labor and manufacturing. Instead of cooking a pot roast on Sunday, we just go to Famous Amos. Instead of putting up and whitewashing a fence, or even paying the neighbor kids to help out, we…"
May 26

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Shane replied to Sir's discussion Polarization, "violent rhetoric" in the group The Great Debate
"SCOTUS just ruled hate speech doesn't exist. That being said, while you do have a right to free speech. You also have a right to be silent. Try saying less."
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Charles Dodd replied to Sir's discussion Polarization, "violent rhetoric" in the group The Great Debate
"Just to sum up:  --Free speech is messy. --Many people don't like the "messy" aspect of free speech. They wring their hands and say, "Can't we be nicer to each other?" "Just because it's legal to say…"
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"The latest update as of March 2017"
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Shane replied to Lumberjoe's discussion Some People Dislike The New LGBTQ(etc.) Pride Flag Because Racism in the group The Great Debate
"This argument will come in handy over Halloween. Thanks."
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Longarm replied to Braeden 2.0's discussion The Horror of Day to Day Life
"When you smell a fart or if your bathroom smells like poop, in reality you are ingesting poop particles.  So your toothbrush, towels, washcloths are all covered your or other people's fecal matter."
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Charles Dodd replied to Sir's discussion Polarization, "violent rhetoric" in the group The Great Debate
"An example of how messy free speech can get: The civil rights movement lasted a decade or more. Here's the record from one particularly bad year (from Wikipedia):  "
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Nick H replied to Lumberjoe's discussion Some People Dislike The New LGBTQ(etc.) Pride Flag Because Racism in the group The Great Debate
"The thing us, it isn't "public art". The artist who created the charging bull still technically owns it and is rightfully pissed that his art is being used by group to promote their political agenda (gender diversity in Wall…"
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Liam Strain replied to Lumberjoe's discussion Some People Dislike The New LGBTQ(etc.) Pride Flag Because Racism in the group The Great Debate
"Funny thing about public art though. Context changes over time anyway."
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