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One Brow

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You don’t know what you are talking about.
I love it when you prove yourself wrong in the same post where you criticize someone else. It's so yummy!

Like how we could have a 1st amendment while regulating speech, discouraging the voicing of any unpopular opinion, and using the law to hold people accountable for unapproved speech?
Like how any grown person can buy alcohol or tobacco, yet such purchases are discouraged, regulated, and the buyers are held accountable. Really, how dumb do you have to be to confuse buying and talking?

This mass shooting was in California where they already have nearly everything short of banning the 2nd Amendment in place.
:D:D:rolleyes::rolleyes:

The United States is the only nation on earth to defend all speech as strongly as we do, and some of that speech as delivered via curated feeds has consequences such as mass shootings along with a host of other societal rot.
Countries that have almost all the protections we do (just looser liability laws for libel/slander) aren't seeing nearly as many shootings as us, per capita. Try again.
 


Rubashov

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The only place in the US where prostitution is legal is in parts of Nevada, specifically those counties with less than a certain population, which excludes Las Vegas and... whatever the capitol city is, I want to say Carson City? Anyway, any of the sparsely populated counties, unless they choose not to allow it.

Personally, I think prostitution should be legalized and regulated, even licensed like a hairdresser.

One of my favourite stories ever on radio nationals legal review was a punter who had taken a brothel to the ACCC (consumer watchdog) demanding a refund from a brothel, claiming the service provided was not what he was sold. He claimed that the worker was clearly under the influence of narcotic sedation (she passed out during the act) and that this meant that he should receive a full refund. Which he did!

The joys of regulation!
 

LogGrad98

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One of my favourite stories ever on radio nationals legal review was a punter who had taken a brothel to the ACCC (consumer watchdog) demanding a refund from a brothel, claiming the service provided was not what he was sold. He claimed that the worker was clearly under the influence of narcotic sedation (she passed out during the act) and that this meant that he should receive a full refund. Which he did!

The joys of regulation!
I am glad you got your money back.
 


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