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  1. Archimedes commented on Michael Ramirez about 1 month ago

    Have never understood why it is holy to Muslims. Muhammad once had a dream about it, and that makes it holy?

  2. Archimedes commented on Michael Ramirez about 1 month ago

    So you are a authority on contemporary religion? Tell me all about the Zoastrians? How about the Sikhs? Or Jainism?

    Come on tell us all about them. How are they cults? I wait with baited breath.

  3. Archimedes commented on Pat Oliphant about 1 month ago

    What a horrible twisted telling of true history.

  4. Archimedes commented on Clay Jones about 1 month ago

    I think Boehner has little to worry about. In all the video I saw of the pool game, the esteemed chief executive never pocketed a ball.


  5. Archimedes commented on Signe Wilkinson about 1 month ago

    I hate to break your bubble, but the Muslim word was not the leader in science and technology during the Middle Ages. While true they valued scholarship, so did Europe and Asia. There mathematical advances and scholarship were important and useful, but advances were going on elsewhere as well. The “Dark Ages” were anything but. The term Dark Ages is no longer used in scholarship as it is a term which tells nothing and gives an inaccurate implication to Europe after the fall of the Roman Empire.


  6. Archimedes commented on Jim Morin about 1 month ago

    No you are incorrect he said it was a punishment.


  7. Archimedes commented on Robert Ariail about 1 month ago

    exactly, so why do two wrongs make a right, I am not defending previous malfeasance why are you defending current.

  8. Archimedes commented on Mike Lester about 1 month ago

    Wow, you are good Clark. You can tell that a system of balance of powers where each side was poised to respond to any incident—such as the Black Hand, or the Ottoman Empire’s machinations, would never have imploded without the death of Arch Duke Ferdinand and Sophia. And then fascism would never have reared its ugly head in Europe, Japanese imperialism would never have threatened China or the American western allies.

    Oh and clearly no one would have tried to have any influence over a bunch of shieks and would be arab warlords in the middle east.

  9. Archimedes commented on Robert Ariail about 1 month ago

    And I am sure the editorial cartoonists at the time had something to say about that. While it is true that those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it, that goes for all history, such as, “what did the president know and when did he know it.”

  10. Archimedes commented on Minimum Security about 1 month ago


    I must beg to differ, in a cooperative everyone wins if and only if each puts in exactly the same amount of effort and receives the same amount of return. What if person one wants a better life for his children and is willing to work harder for more return, in the collective—oops sorry cooperative—he will not receive that return. Or maybe he is no looking for a better life, he just has more children. Meanwhile person two is not feeling so well for a week and does not work so hard, but he receives the same return as person one who is working his backside off. Human nature being what it is a certain percentage of person twos will not continue to not work as hard since he is getting the same return.

    This is why socialism cannot work on a large scale. In a small community sometimes—though even then as is the case with Jamestown Virginia communal living does not work, though in fairness there were reasons other than just the communal living that led to Jamestown’s early problems.