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Re: This Judge Just Destroyed the Stupidest Argument Against Gay Marriage Ever - http://www.motherjones.com/node...
"Not very sure, but the stay lasts for like 30 days (or maybe different based on circumstances). If not appealed, then the judgement goes into effect." - Manish Sinha
Re: Bill Maher Tells Jon Stewart Why Obama’s Religious Faith Is ‘Bullsh*t’ - http://www.mediaite.com/tv...
"HBO would like to disagree with you." - Manish Sinha
Re: Don't Believe Anything You Read About Pomegranate Juice - http://www.motherjones.com/node...
"One should just ignore such juices because they are choke full of sugars. Just like Vitamin Water had mostly sugar and just bunch of some vitamins which are just 20% of your daily needs. Just take multi-vitamins instead (after talking to your doc, ofcourse)" - Manish Sinha
ManishSinha on Elizabeth Warren, Not Hillary Clinton, Should Be the Next President of the United States - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"I am going to take another even more fairly extreme position on reddit. I think Elizabeth Warren does perfectly understand how incentives or economics actually work. That is why most of the banking industry and Republicans shit when she talks on any issue. Remember these are the same banks which fucked up the economy in 2008 and nothing happened to them. These banks are not a force of good. They just want to keep fucking people over and they are afraid that Warren is going to screw their bottomline and reduce their profits while providing more redressesal methods to consumers. Remember, when someone says that a bill of proposal would cause massive economic problems, just scream bullshit. Back in labor movement days, every issue was supposed to cause economic collapse if you believe those people handling the money. Nothing happened." - Manish Sinha
ManishSinha on Elizabeth Warren, Not Hillary Clinton, Should Be the Next President of the United States - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"Warren has been sent to accomplish an extremely difficult goal. Remember in Democracy you don't always push agenda. Most of the time you build support in favor of your cause. You spend most of the time making friends. You spend most of the time bringing an issue into public light and making it debatable. Given that there Democrats don't have 60 votes for cloture is not Warren's fault. The only time Democrats get help from Republicans are the times when the issue is less divisive. There is on way she will get 5 republicans to vote on most of her issues. She got McCain on her side on a few issues and McCain got shot down as a RINO." - Manish Sinha
ManishSinha on Elizabeth Warren, Not Hillary Clinton, Should Be the Next President of the United States - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"Chomsky sucks as a person or the fact which Chomsky tells sucks. I am confused." - Manish Sinha
ManishSinha on Elizabeth Warren, Not Hillary Clinton, Should Be the Next President of the United States - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"Except she doesn't towes the party line. She took Third Way head on and is willing to strike bipartisian deals to move ahead. People sent her to do the most toughest job in Senate, they should not expect her to deliver in a few years when so many Congressmen and Senators sit there for decades and just towe the party lines." - Manish Sinha
ManishSinha on Elizabeth Warren, Not Hillary Clinton, Should Be the Next President of the United States - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"> Loved by the hardcore left, but too far left to win any independent voters. She is slight right of center. Based on that logic, she should win more independent votes than hardcore left." - Manish Sinha
ManishSinha on What piece of gym equipment do you find annoying? - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"Try leg raises and weighted russian twists. I find them much easier than crunch based on my abs strength" - Manish Sinha
Re: US VP Biden criticizes Germany over immigration - http://www.thelocal.de/2014061...
"There is no extreme left in US. What you call extreme left in US is actually center-left. The moderate in US would be right for the rest of the world. The right of US would be extreme right in rest of the world." - Manish Sinha
ManishSinha on What piece of gym equipment do you find annoying? - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"What if the machine starts rolling down the gym and crash into something?" - Manish Sinha
ManishSinha on What piece of gym equipment do you find annoying? - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"That's an improvement over "Get abs in 7 days with 10 minutes exercises everyday". [Yeah, it's all science](http://i0.kym-cdn.com/entries...)" - Manish Sinha
ManishSinha on What piece of gym equipment do you find annoying? - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"Anatomy nazi here, You have abs, they would be covered with a thin layer of fat or abs are not strong enough." - Manish Sinha
ManishSinha on Steak knife at Heathrow airport, due to security reasons. - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"or any healthy foods since the domestic terrorists really hate the fact that government is trying to ban their favorite trans fat." - Manish Sinha
ManishSinha on Rant Wednesday - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"> I'm not homophobic, but nobody wants to see your balls That's not really homophobia to be precise." - Manish Sinha
ManishSinha on Rant Wednesday - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"> and then when they prescribe antibiotics you say, no I'm not going to take them because I know more. I have a different experience. Lots of doctors prescribe antibiotics because if they don't then the patient is pissed off that the trip to the doctor was wasted. The docs need to prescribe antibiotics even when they know it won't do jack shit. Come on, I have heard people being pissed off that the doctor did not prescribe antibiotics for viral fever. Lesson learnt: It is not bad to learn about medicine, but just make sure you don't trust your limited information more than the doctor's." - Manish Sinha
ManishSinha on Rant Wednesday - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"Dunno man how it works. I don't really want to teach my wife how to touch my johnson and how to blow it. If I were running a company, I would wish to hire a person with prior experience so that day-to-day activities are as smooth as possible. Same with marriage, I would prefer someone with experience. Plus it would be hypocritical for me to expect a virgin wife if I am not virgin myself. Anyway, whatever floats your boat." - Manish Sinha
ManishSinha on Rant Wednesday - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"> I don't want to hear about how you're all still virgins So are they disappointed or proud of this fact?" - Manish Sinha
ManishSinha on House Majority Leader Cantor defeated in primary - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"CA has it for a lot of office positions and it ended up well. AFAIK they introduced it recently." - Manish Sinha
ManishSinha on FDA may destroy American artisan cheese industry by banning practice of aging cheese on wooden boards - corporate cheese makers like Kraft will be able to weather this regulatory storm — but for small businesses and artisan cheese makers, wood boards are in fact essential to the making of cheese. - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"We have doing lots of things for thousands of years, even trying to cure ourselves from diseases using medicines high in arsenic and other heavy metals. You might want to use to a better explanation rather than "It is right since we have always been doing it"." - Manish Sinha
ManishSinha on FDA may destroy American artisan cheese industry by banning practice of aging cheese on wooden boards - corporate cheese makers like Kraft will be able to weather this regulatory storm — but for small businesses and artisan cheese makers, wood boards are in fact essential to the making of cheese. - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"Wow. This was such a strong evidence supporting your statement that I was convinced. How do I sign up for your cult?" - Manish Sinha
ManishSinha on FDA may destroy American artisan cheese industry by banning practice of aging cheese on wooden boards - corporate cheese makers like Kraft will be able to weather this regulatory storm — but for small businesses and artisan cheese makers, wood boards are in fact essential to the making of cheese. - http://www.reddit.com/r...
">They're not losers if they have deep pockets since they can buy politicians to pass laws to hurt their competitors while giving themselves exemptions. They are losers since they use their deep pockets to make exceptions to the law to gain advantage over their competitors, esp when their competitors is playing by the rules. >They are not enforced because people bribe regulators. They are not enforced because there aren't many inspectors needed in the first place. Your claims of bribery is unfounded. Anyone can make a claim of bribery whenever someone wants." - Manish Sinha
ManishSinha on FDA may destroy American artisan cheese industry by banning practice of aging cheese on wooden boards - corporate cheese makers like Kraft will be able to weather this regulatory storm — but for small businesses and artisan cheese makers, wood boards are in fact essential to the making of cheese. - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"First, I am not a Democrat. The reason why Iraq always comes us is because Republicans always claim to have a higher moral ground when they just don't have one. Iraq war was a waste of money and now the same people come around and teach others a lecture of fiscal responsibility." - Manish Sinha
ManishSinha on FDA may destroy American artisan cheese industry by banning practice of aging cheese on wooden boards - corporate cheese makers like Kraft will be able to weather this regulatory storm — but for small businesses and artisan cheese makers, wood boards are in fact essential to the making of cheese. - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"It's not really the case of cognitive dissonance but a case of your inability to grasp the ground realities. Politicians have no special interests on their own. Politicians are not some magical entities who want to regulate industries for no special reason and fuck over companies. Companies are far more powerful than politicians. The tax code is complex not because of poor people or politicians's magical wish for it being complex. It is because lobbyists want it to be so. Lobbyists don't come out of woodwork when there are regulations being proposed. Lobbyists have always been there trying to use the government to maximize their company's profits. BP fucked over the gulf and all thanks to lobbyists and politicians they showed us a middle finger and went ahead with their business. HSBC laundered money for the cartels, but all thanks to the big bank's power, no one had enough power to prosecute them. No one was left with enough balls to go against them. All thanks to lobbyists. Your..." - Manish Sinha
ManishSinha on FDA May Destroy American Artisan Cheese Industry by banning practice of aging cheese on wooden boards - Corporate cheese makers like Kraft will be able to weather this regulatory storm — but for small businesses and artisan cheese makers, wood boards are in fact essential to the making of cheese. - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"> You don't need 50,000 pages of regulations to say that people who sell food have a duty not to hurt their customers. That's where your logic breaks down. You need such regulations to prevent anything disastrous from happening. Prevention is always better than cure. It's too bad that public health isn't your top priority. People who sell food might not really care whether their food hurts customers. Business is into making profits, not about caring for people. This problem becomes even more evident when the businesses are not customer facing. Non-customer facing companies cannot be voted out using your wallet. This is where your logic breaks down. Businesses are not charity, they are there to make profits. That is why they fight safety regulations because it affects their profits. They put profits ahead. >In fact regulations tend to protect companies from claims of negligence because they can argue in court "we complied with all of the regulations, what else do you want from us?"..." - Manish Sinha
ManishSinha on FDA may destroy American artisan cheese industry by banning practice of aging cheese on wooden boards - corporate cheese makers like Kraft will be able to weather this regulatory storm — but for small businesses and artisan cheese makers, wood boards are in fact essential to the making of cheese. - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"> There would be no need for lobbyist if companies weren't scared of politicians writing asinine laws like this. Boy, are you 5 years old? Politicians are fucking scared of lobbyists. Politicians don't grow money on trees. They depend on lobbyists for campaign contributions." - Manish Sinha
ManishSinha on FDA may destroy American artisan cheese industry by banning practice of aging cheese on wooden boards - corporate cheese makers like Kraft will be able to weather this regulatory storm — but for small businesses and artisan cheese makers, wood boards are in fact essential to the making of cheese. - http://www.reddit.com/r...
">I don't think I've read a more ridiculous statement on reddit in my 4 years. "More sensible", More sensible than House. It is called a "comparative adjective" Senate are more willing to compromise. They are not so partisan as House. No matter which party holds the House, it always ends up hyper partisan. They voted to repeal Obamacare 42 times even when they knew it wasn't going anywhere. They just keep wasting money. So let me ask this straight, you have more trust in House than the Senate? >Most senators are long overdue for prison. Same holds for the House." - Manish Sinha
ManishSinha on FDA may destroy American artisan cheese industry by banning practice of aging cheese on wooden boards - corporate cheese makers like Kraft will be able to weather this regulatory storm — but for small businesses and artisan cheese makers, wood boards are in fact essential to the making of cheese. - http://www.reddit.com/r...
">Laws that are passed as a means of picking winners and losers Losers are people who want exceptions to the rules, not the other way round. >Work place safety laws are pretty much ignored ...I won't be surprised if Republicans cut OHSA workforce and then claim that OHSA doesn't work and demand to abolish it. You mentioned it right, workplace safety laws are not enforced because Republicans put all their efforts to make the agency toothless. It is not the fault of executive, it is the fault of legislature." - Manish Sinha
ManishSinha on FDA May Destroy American Artisan Cheese Industry by banning practice of aging cheese on wooden boards - Corporate cheese makers like Kraft will be able to weather this regulatory storm — but for small businesses and artisan cheese makers, wood boards are in fact essential to the making of cheese. - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"> Negligence is a crime. only if it was your responsibility. If the law removes the agency's jurisdiction over something, then the public will still blame the agency (because public is fucking ignorant anyway) but the agency can't be held for crime." - Manish Sinha
ManishSinha on FDA may destroy American artisan cheese industry by banning practice of aging cheese on wooden boards - corporate cheese makers like Kraft will be able to weather this regulatory storm — but for small businesses and artisan cheese makers, wood boards are in fact essential to the making of cheese. - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"House is very partisan. So, I would be surprised that there is hardly any bipartisan bills passed by the House. That is why I usually look at Senate to get a clearer picture. They have more sensible people in the Senate. House Republicans have a huge amount of crazy wing-nuts who consider bipartisanship as poison. Yes, ofcourse the Republican president will refuse to sign it. He was more worried about killing people overseas. He never had time for caring about public health and safety." - Manish Sinha
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