Police deprive parents of their children and prosecute them for failing to feed their children.
Libertarianism aims to stop this. To give parents full liberty they should be allowed to starve theor children. Also the Libertarian party in the US wants to legalise child porn. So the 7yo in question could have become a professional porn actor instead of selling his teddy bear or relying on gifts of food from the police (which os paid for by tax money).
Just imagine how much tax could be reduced if 7yos did sex work instead of getting help from the police!
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More to the point, I was reading an extract from a book written about the experiences of somebody diagnosed with Asperger's at age 40. I had several of his symptoms. What's more, I reckon many people do.
I am lucky. I have had help learning how to talk without getting too Asp'y with lots of help from my wife and her sister.
I'd suggest several recent Prime Ministers are fellow travellers
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On 26/08/2016 11:19 AM, Russell Coker via luv-talk wrote:
> This is one of many petitions that have succeeded. It should have been a no-
> brainer, "mild Autism" means someone who's going to be like me or several
> other LUV members when he's older and the boy's parents are contributing to
> the community. But the government was stupid until enough citizens signed the
Yes, but the government continues to be stupid.... in so many areas, but
Unfortunately from a privacy position and the fact that most petitions
track the s**t out of you, I've given up participating. :(
On a Microsoft Windows machine, what is the equivalent command to
cp first_file second_file third_file destination_directory
It's a Windows 10 system in my work environment. I've used Microsoft
PowerShell for various tasks but I don't know it well. The documentation of
copy-item didn't enlighten me.
On 1/08/16 9:18 PM, Andrew Pam via luv-announce wrote:
> My sincere apologies for the late notice! I have a nasty flu and
> probably won't be able to attend tomorrow night.
> Start: Aug 2 2016 18:30
Last year, when the meetings moved earlier, I gave up.
There've been lots of things I'd have loved to see.
Getting there from here was a struggle at 19:00,
and 18:30 was the last straw.
The year before, Andrew gave a - ummm - vaguely positive
response to the idea of recording or videoing some of the
presentations, to be available to LUVers who can't attend.
Can we have a think about what might make podcasts or
streams of the meeting presentations possible? Or whether
anything would make them impractical?
> End: Aug 2 2016 20:30
> Location: 6th Floor, 200 Victoria St. Carlton VIC 3053
> * Russell Coker, M.2
> * Rodney Brown, CRCs
> Russell Coker, M.2
> According to Wikipedia M.2, formerly known as the Next Generation Form
> Factor (NGFF), is a specification for internally mounted computer
> expansion cards and associated connectors. It replaces the mSATA
> standard, which uses the PCI Express Mini Card physical card layout and
> connectors. Russell has been experimenting with M.2 cards for high-speed
> Russell Coker has done lots of Linux development over the years, mostly
> involved with Debian.
> Rodney Brown, CRCs
> According to Wikipedia, a cyclic redundancy check (CRC) is an
> error-detecting code commonly used in digital networks and storage
> devices to detect accidental changes to raw data. Blocks of data
> entering these systems get a short check value attached, based on the
> remainder of a polynomial division of their contents. CRCs are popular
> because they are simple to implement in binary hardware, easy to analyze
> mathematically, and particularly good at detecting common errors caused
> by noise in transmission channels.
> 200 Victoria St. Carlton VIC 3053
> Late arrivals, please call (0490) 049 589 for access to the venue.
> Before and/or after each meeting those who are interested are welcome to
> join other members for dinner. We are open to suggestions for a good
> place to eat near our venue. Maria's on Peel Street in North Melbourne
> is currently the most popular place to eat after meetings.
> LUV would like to acknowledge Red Hat and Infoxchange for their help in
> obtaining the meeting venues.
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