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Replying to npub1etqwgv3
The man dated whores and died with no children. Riches do not make you happy, they make the fire you already have burn brighter. If all that results from your fire is ashes, yes it was pointless. Make the most of your dash. #grownostr
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Replying to npub1q6ya7kz
It has a remineralization cartridge but it doesent help much. I really need to find some chaulk, lime and magnesium salts to do it properly after its out of the tap. It hasnt been a priority because I havent spent time there this year since I realized how to alleviate the issue.
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Interest rates are being jacked up in preparation for a rebasement of the dollar. The high interest rates are designed to devalue real assets such as real estate and securities, while hoovering up dollars in loosely secured loans (a.k.a. bonds). The government continues to spend in a seemingly uncontrolled manner, leading to inflation, but being offset by demand in the eurodollar. When the world decides something else is better than the dollar (e.g. #bitcoin), the dollars virtually come pouring back into the US causing massive inflation. The central bank swoops in and declares a new denomination of "virtual hard money" (of course anything other than bitcoin) and the entire country redenominates every asset using the new money. Everyone holding unsecured debt is left holding all the worthless dollars because people will be aflush with them and will pay off their debts with it. Hard and secured asset backed bonds will be repriced alomg with everything else, and the national debt is thus dissolved. #grownostr
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Investing your time in #nostr is investing in yourself. Investing your time in Xitter and other private platforms is giving your energy to systems that are in the business of controlling and engineering public opinion against your interests. Storing your energy in #bitcoin is investing in yourself. Investing your time in fiat is giving your energy to people that are in the business of stealing from you and efficiently killing millions of people.
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Replying to npub1gke42gw and npub1nf9vm6u
To say the parents aught to care for their children is like saying a bear aught to care for its cubs. If we are to extend a positive right to the children to force their parents to do what they should naturally do, then we must use force to make their parents do what they apparently aren't doing. Its better, in my opinion, to think about it from the children's perspective. If the children do not want to be with their parents, and the parents do not want to be with their children, then the state (or society) should not force them together. If the parent is relinquishing thwir property rights over their children through neglect, then the children are free from the bondage of their parents by default. There is no need to provide rights to the children under the care of their parents in this case, because at that point the children have been emancipated defacto and they are free to find another means of survival such as from an orphanage. In the case of an infant or small child, like the second ammendment, its better to err on the side of freedom and property rights than on the side of the state "protecting" other people's property.
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