With me it's more like the moment when I feel a sharp pain. When I was younger, my reaction was "WTF was that?" Now, it's "So this is how it ends!"
I have only been in one relationship where arguments were the norm. Power had nothing to do with it, she simply wanted arguments. I finally exed her.
At my age I am starting to forget what they used to be.
Then Peter opened his mouth, and said, Of a truth I perceive that God is no respecter of persons:
I don't respect anybody either!
I have noticed that some people are really a piece of work, if that's what you're talking about.
Of course money can buy happiness. You just need to know where to shop.
Just because something is a good idea, that does not mean it should be a law.
?? I do not go to a forest to listen to music.
I watch cabbages very carefully. You just can't trust those cabbages. Lemme tell you, if you get a cabbage trapped, you know, like in a cave or something? LEAVE HIM TRAPPED!
I have delusions of adequacy.
Wrong. Police are sworn to uphold the law and nothing more. Courts have consistently ruled that police have no responsibility to protect anybody but themselves.
And since you can not keep track of what you have and have not said, I withdraw from this discussion.
What about ADD and ADHD? The disorder is not diagnosed by a doctor, treatment is demanded by a teacher and enforced by the school's refusal to let the boy (almost always a boy) return to class until he is drugged to the point that the teacher will tolerate him. To any untrained eye, the kid is just acting like a kid, but it has a name and the medication becomes a matter of authority.
What if the government decided that you needed a drug to make you a more easily controlled citizen? That is exactly the situation with little boys, and if the citizens put up with such treatment, you can be sure there will be a lot more of it.
The question here is whether it is permissible to question the competence of your rulers. Allowing "required vaccines" means not allowing challenges to authority.
Fact: police take an oath swearing to enforce the wishes of the legislature.
Fact: There is no law requiring them to attempt to protect anybody else.
BTW, you are the one who said "bad apples". If you want to retract that statement, ok, but don't try to pretend that I said it first.
Ok, but I never learned that method.