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The Japanese deserved to be nuked, and we had every right to do so.

Then by the same logic Bin Laden has every right to nuke you, supposing he can get his hands on some,

His name is bin Laden, Osama bin Laden.

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I think we should all be thankful that mankind used the bomb in WWII to end it as it did.

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Then by the same logic Bin Laden has every right to nuke you, supposing he can get his hands on some,

Oh, yes, right, the US has invaded every country in sight in a ruthless campaign of imperial domination. In doing ... between the two scenarios. Lack of education? Ideological or nationalistic resentments so frothing and foamy that they override the self-evident?

Same logic.
If you argue that the US had every right to nuke Japan because the US felt that the Japanese deserved it
then Bin Laden has every right to nuke the United States because Bin Laden feels the Americans deserve it.
Jan
Bill Bonde ('That he not busy being born')
as an perhaps between self-evident? Eh?

I think we should all be thankful that mankind used the bomb in WWII to end it as it did.

My, a new usage of 'mankind'.
Could you count me out please?
Jan
Bill Bonde ('That he not busy being born')
Then by the same logic Bin Laden has every right to nuke you, supposing he can get his hands on some,

His name is bin Laden, Osama bin Laden.

By your rules perhaps, not by mine,
Jan
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Here's a quote from The New Encyclopedia Britannica, 15th edition, 1974-1997:
He also published openly, but privately, an unexpurgated 16-volumne edition of the Arabian Nights (1885-88), the trnaslation of which was so exceptional for its fidelity, masculine vigour, and literary skill that it has frightened away all competitors. Moreover, he larded these volumes with ethnological footnotes and daring essays on pornography, homosexualty, and the sexual education of women. He railed against the "immodest modesty," the cant, and hypocrysy of his era, displaying psychological insights that anticipated both Havelock Ellis and Sigmund Freud. His Nights were parised by some by for their robustness and honesty but attacked by others as "garbage of the brothels," "an appalling collection of degrading customs and statistics of vice."

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His name is bin Laden, Osama bin Laden.

By your rules perhaps, not by mine,

It would be like "Georg van Ellensburg", say.

Personal accounts are good because they lessen the liability against future taxes of the retiree while sequestering the funds he's been paying in so they cannot be used to mask current general fund deficits.
I think we should all be thankful that mankind used the bomb in WWII to end it as it did.

My, a new usage of 'mankind'. Could you count me out please?

I counted you out a long time ago.

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Oh, yes, right, the US has invaded every country in ... resentments so frothing and foamy that they override the self-evident?

Not lack of education so much as miseducation. Somewhere, Dewey is smirking.

Heh. Though I'm a product of progressive education, and I wrote that . . .

Josh
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