Hey Sabcat, Anarchy Sucks.

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What is to keep a guy bigger and meaner than you from just shooting you and taking your stuff under your ideal government?
 
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How can he shoot you and take your stuff if there are no roads for him to get to you?

Checkmate, statists.
 
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RNG

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Apr 2013
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How can he shoot you and take your stuff if there are no roads for him to get to you?

Checkmate, statists.
They managed to kill off the indigenous folk. You're next.

Checkmate? You really are stupid.
 
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What is to keep a guy bigger and meaner than you from just shooting you and taking your stuff under your ideal government?
The same thing as today. Nothing besides the majority of people choose to live in a civilized way. Are you under the impression that the reason people are not at your door at this very moment is because of government?
 
May 2013
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The same thing as today. Nothing besides the majority of people choose to live in a civilized way. Are you under the impression that the reason people are not at your door at this very moment is because of government?
to be fair, yeah. If people thought there wouldn't be a swat team coming to beat the ever loving shit out of you and put you in prison for years if you go ballistic, then I'd imagine there'd be a lot more violent crime involved.
 

RNG

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The same thing as today. Nothing besides the majority of people choose to live in a civilized way. Are you under the impression that the reason people are not at your door at this very moment is because of government?
Yes, cops and courts and stuff like that. Without it, you are toast.
 
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. To use the FBI's terminology, the national "clearance rate" for homicide today is 64.1 percent. Fifty years ago, it was more than 90 percent.

And that's worse than it sounds, because "clearance" doesn't equal conviction: It's just the term that police use to describe cases that end with an arrest, or in which a culprit is otherwise identified without the possibility of arrest — if the suspect has died, for example.

Criminologists estimate that at least 200,000 murders have gone unsolved since the 1960s, leaving family and friends to wait and wonder.
Open Cases: Why One-Third Of Murders In America Go Unresolved : NPR