My life and ambitions.
A brief history of my life.
The things I could never live without.
Air, Food, Water, Space.
My favourite books, TV, music, movies and food.
Action movies. Japanese animation.
The coolest places I've visited.
Travel. Why would I do that?
In my free time I like to...
Play computer games, do research online, watch anime.
"Bill of Rights: void where prohibited by law"
"Politicians never accuse you of "greed" for wanting other people's money – only for wanting to keep your own money."— Joseph Sobran
"Education is no substitute for intelligence."— Frank Herbert
"Irreverence is a most necessary ingredient of religion. Not to speak of its importance in philosophy. Irreverence is the only way left to us for testing our universe."— Frank Herbert
"The proverb warns that "You should not bite the hand that feeds you." But maybe you should if it prevents you from feeding yourself."— Thomas Szasz
"Gun control? It's the best thing you can do for crooks and gangsters. I want you to have nothing. If I'm a bad guy, I'm always gonna have a gun. Safety locks? You will pull the trigger with a lock on, and I'll pull the trigger. We'll see who wins."— Sammy "The Bull" Gravano, whose testimony convicted John Gotti
"After you've heard two eyewitness accounts of an auto accident, it makes you wonder about history."— Bits & Pieces
"There's another major hurdle to a new year of prosperity: our tax code. No human being understands it. The current code, which runs over 8,000 pages and countless thousands more pages of IRS rulings and interpretations, is beyond redemption. ..Incalculable amounts of the nation's intellectual brainpower are devoted to the dead-end task of coping with the current tax code. Over one-half million people in the U.S. make their living off it, whether in lobbying, lawyering, tax preparing, or accounting. … Americans spend five and one-half billion hours a year filling out tax forms … and spend between $100 billion and $300 billion to comply with the current code."— Malcolm S. Forbes,
"Opium and morphine are certainly dangerous, habit-forming drugs. But once the principle is admitted that it is the duty of the government to protect the individual against his own foolishness, no serious objections can be advanced against further encroachments … Is not the harm a man can inflict on his mind and soul even more disastrous than any bodily evils.? Why not prevent him from reading bad books and bad plays, from looking at bad paintings and statues and from hearing bad music? The mischief done by bad ideologies, surely, is much more pernicious both for the individual and for the whole society, than that done by narcotic drugs."– Von Mises, Human Action
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You probably shouldn't. I usually don't reply.
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