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In the UK, when a jury has a verdict the judge asks them what the verdict is and they say it out loud. In the 'States, once a jury reaches a verdict, they write it down on a piece of paper and hand it to the judge, He or she reads it and then hands it back and someone in the jury reads it out.
Why do they hand it to the judge first? What does this achieve?
So I've spent pretty much the whole weekend working on the spreadsheets and finding out how TrustMe did it, but now I've got everything I need to become (temporary) TD and with Geofram's help get this thing back up and running.
I say a Lack of Education: It was with more education we got out of the Stone Ages and into the Greco-Roman era...and then when education made a comeback, we had the Renaissance...and then the Englightenment...and then Civil Rights/Suffrage movements...cured diseases, more production...but currently my home state is 48th in education and the West is most of my doctors ARE from India...what's your take? Biggest threat is...what?
Probably not new game play idea, maybe for tourneys
Is there a tourney here that we could do a Triple vs Triple deal with a rogue Italy? I think if we have enough players that would be a fun thing to do. I think best would be 7 players or 49. Could be fun. Let me know if anyone is interested or has a way to make it a better idea.
So, I've been having a little trouble with my car and I'm trying to fix it myself without going to a shop. So far, my attempts haven't been successful and my internet searches have been less than helpful. I thought someone here may be able to give me some tips. Details inside.
Pretty self-explanatory...if you want to try and rank your picks, bonus points. I WILL give one caveat--all of my picks ARE slanted towards the West, that's just my bias...don't know enough Eastern Theatre battles to really include many, and those that do make my list are because the West drove back the East...so you can include Eastern battles--please do!--but I don't known them, so can't include them. Let the War of the Words begin! :)
Many foolish individuals in these forums post positive rights ideology. What a worthless, destructive point of view. Look at what it has done to Europe since the end of WWII. God help us save American from this lunacy.
Elizabeth Warren recently declared that taking private property is justified by some alleged social contract and authorizes her and other politicians to do this taking in the name of this contract.
Of course you can only take from people who take what they are given and produce a surplus. What about the people who take what they are given and produce a loss/deficit. Is Elisabeth Warren there to share in the loss/deficit?
Are my nose, eyes, kidneys, and other vital organs open game for Miss Warren as well? Communal property knows no bounds? Do we all get to share in Miss Warren's power if she is elected? Her office wasn't produced by her alone so we get our share?
The illogic of positive rights is exactly what makes it so easy to ridicule and expose as preposterous.
People who claim positive rights unwittingly say multitudes about themselves. Individuals who claim a positive right to a benefit simultaneously admit their unwillingness or inability to provide this benefit through their own labor.
The only rights that an individual really needs. Protection of property, due process of law, and sound money. Individuals around the world thrive whenever these three themes come together. When you go beyond these basic rights and start creating "false rights" that ignore personal responsibility you cause an irreversible decay of society, see Europe circa 2011.
Hey everybody. I just came across this site when looking for diplomacy tactics...I have to say it might definitely be worth my time. Since I'm a new guy at this site, how do I start playing a game with other people?
I know most here are not Australian, nor football supporters, but the Sky Blues had a most fantastic and heroic victory tonight over Gold Coast United. 3-2 at the death. Karol Kisel scores a penalty at 90+3mins! Brilliant! Discuss.....lol
I've been going through and updating my stats on my profile page so I can show my record in full, partial and no press (and update messages/game), and so I got to see how well I played in gunboat to start. Guess what I found?