>Mind Whiplash

>Read the discussion about women’s sufferage at Vox Populi and then go read the eulogies at the Women’s Bioethics Project blog. Buckle your (mental) seatbelt first. (The mention of “airbags” seemed to risky.)

(“Vox Day” and the posters at Vox Populi are not representative of libertarians or Libertarians, by the way.)

I explained my philosophy about who is “people” in two posts last week, here and here.

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8 thoughts on “>Mind Whiplash

  1. >On the first: I think they are a few decades too late.

    Posted by Suricou Raven | November 5, 2007, 9:19 pm
  2. >Come and answer my points at Vox. If not, then feel free to be an intellectual joke.Is it often that you behave as a emotional temper tantrum liberal, or is it only on this subject?

    Posted by Conan the Cimmerian | November 7, 2007, 2:16 pm
  3. >I believe that I did answer all of the questions addressed to me, although it's my habit to post one or two responses to include several points rather than answer each individually. However, Vox Day never did answer my question as to which criteria he would use to choose the elite subset of males whom he would allow the privilege of voting.You're welcome to read this blog – and to search for posts elsewhere under "hocndoc," "LifeEthics," and my name to evaluate for yourself whether and how often I post emotional temper tantrums. (I believe in erasing more words than I post.)

    Posted by LifeEthics.org | November 7, 2007, 5:32 pm
  4. >Im a self-declared troll, venturing into the internet's darkest dens of stupidity at times until I can stand no more in the futile hope that perhaps, just maybe, there is a slim chance I can enlighten someone. I have taken on the thickest skulls to be found on blogs and forums, and know techniques of logic and tricks of mockery that can highlight the weaknesses in the most skillfully presented of poor arguments. But even I am not going to venture that deep into into Faex Populi.Lifeethics, you might be interested in the newest entry on my blog… another JW dead after refusing to accept blood transfusion. I just cant understand these people. "God says transfusions are evil, so they must be evil, so I would rather die than recieve one."?

    Posted by Suricou Raven | November 7, 2007, 10:46 pm
  5. >I guess I don't understand what you mean by 'mind whiplash' — are you suggesting that it's an 'either – or' thing?

    Posted by Linda MacDonald Glenn | November 17, 2007, 7:44 pm
  6. >A shock similar to whiplash injury: I was thinking of the effects on your neck when the car comes to an abrubt stop: your head doesn't stop, it whips forward then back, stretching the tendons and muscles too much both ways.

    Posted by LifeEthics.org | November 17, 2007, 8:11 pm
  7. >Oh, and Hi, Linda!

    Posted by LifeEthics.org | November 17, 2007, 8:13 pm
  8. >Hi, Bev ~ Oh, I get it now — from one website that advocates "that womens' suffrage is incompatible with human liberty" to the WBP post that advocates "extending our moral universe." BTW, have a very Happy Thanksgiving!

    Posted by Linda MacDonald Glenn | November 17, 2007, 10:01 pm

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