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Being free and a parent.

In our house we live by a simple code. Don’t hurt other people unless they hurt you first. Our only rule is, don’t lie. And we encourage their seemingly endless questions and individuality. 311 more words

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There is no honour in the uniform

In every modern society there is a certain assumed heroism associated with wearing a uniform whether it be blue, green or any number of randomly associated colours. 729 more words

Voluntaryism

Can a human be selfless: a case for voluntary selfishness

Selfless behaviour, the idea that humans can think of others first: put other people’s needs, interests, or wishes before their own is a wonderful concept. However, it is impossible. 590 more words

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Do you test your theories?

 Over time I have been fortunate enough to gather a decent stock of functional, reliable and accurate firearms. The reasons for my choices are easy to see. 179 more words

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The individual market: think free

Freedom is commonly defined as, ability to act freely: a state in which somebody is able to act and live as he or she chooses, without being subject to any undue restraints or restrictions. 815 more words

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Freedom through Knowledge: Reminder -

The following LIVE VLOG will occur on the 21st of June at 14:00 Mountain Standard- tune in for an awesome time!  Preparations are complete – remember, thermite is LEGAL though I highly recommend before publicizing your intent to manufacture anything like this you check local rules and regulations. 42 more words

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Bushido, honor and integrity

Rectitude is one’s power to decide upon a course of conduct in accordance with reason, without wavering; to die when to die is right, to strike when to strike is right.

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