So, not quite as simple as some people suggest.
What if he isn't trespassing?
What action are you doing by looking through a window?
But I'm talking about a hypothetical case in which the world doesn't know he did anything. As I said in message #8, "If a woman doesn't notice that...
Where do you draw the line?
If he peeks in her window and she doesn't know about it, is that crime? Most jurisfictions would say yes.
If he passes...
If I ask you, "Do you like ice cream?" am I advocating ice cream?
Is that tangle of a "sentence" suggesting that I'm advocating rape? What I said was, "If a woman doesn't notice that she's been "assaulted" is there...
Like the muscle car doing donuts in an empty parking lot in the dead of night?
That would explain crop circles.
I said that you can't insert specific emotions into a person's mind. You might try to instill fear but instill anger instead. You might try to...
At least you're mercifully brief for a change. For the next step, you might try to make a point briefly.
No, I'm mocking you, because you seem to think you can insert specific emotions into people.
I think you mean Terence Howard https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terrence_Howard.
Terence Hill https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terence_Hill is an Italian...
Well, yes. Killing somebody is only a crime if you call it murder. Fearmongering is only a crime if there actually IS some crime involved. Because...
You're kinda making my point. Fearmongering is not a crime.
I invoke Poe's Law.
No, I'm just dividing two by three using your method. If your method supposedly works for dividing by zero, why doesn't it work for dividing by three?
"We would sail up the Avenue, but we haven't got a yacht
We would drive up the Avenue, but the horse we had was shot
We would ride on a trolley car...
Try 2 / 3:
(2 + 1) / (3 + 1) = (3 / 4) ; (3 / 4) - 1 = (-1 / 4) wrong answer
I was wondering the same thing myself. :)
My simplistic guess is that farther from the earth's center the pull of gravity would be less so the same...
What "sustainability test"?
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