Comment: You mistake a lack of learning for creativity and intelligence

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You mistake a lack of learning for creativity and intelligence

and that pretty much explains your entire series of posts here at DP

When discussing what the law is, there is (usually) an objectively correct answer. When I say usually, that is because there are certain issues that are undecided or unlitigated and each new revision of the law creates those. But that isn't what we are talking about.

You instead make huge, gaping errors in discussing what the law is. When called on it, you run away into the world of "but I don't want it do be that way." Well, neither does anyone else, quite often, but that still begs the question of what the law is, and why you are so averse to discussing 1) what is reality and 2) what can be done to fix it.

There is no magic pixie dust that you and your army of unicorn-riding dilletantes can employ to make things perfect for you in the here and now. When you choose to join the real world let's have a real discussion. I assume this may involve you growing up substantially and perhaps leaving the basement.

"Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the the universe."-- Albert Einstein