Re: [evol-psych] Moxon on TV
- Sounds like someone who speaks from personal experience.In a message dated 2/29/2008 5:32:37 A.M. Eastern Standard Time, stevemoxon3@... writes:
Many street prostitutues are so supremely confident (not to mention brazen through drug use) that they routinely resort ot 'clipping': asking for and taking money and then simply not providing the service.Lorraine
The person who hurled an insult instead of a spear was the beginning of civilization.
Delicious ideas to please the pickiest eaters. Watch the video on AOL Living.
Traditionalist-Conservative dystopias were/are brought to us, courtesy of the utopianists who did/do not know that they did/do not know what these fantasies would have/have brought to us.
> Robert Karl Stonjek wrote:
> > Thus although I and others have pointed out that prostitution has a
> > substantial dark side and others have imagined some sort of sexual
> > utopia, it is true that if the government stops turning a blind eye
> > and regulates the industry that outcomes much closer to the utopian
> > than the bleak can be expected.
ignoring the infamous "opportunity cost" effect. This is what
> You are
> you have now. You do not know
> what this will lead to. These conditions are obtained because of the
> different conditions under which
> these girls are/were raised. The next generation will be raised under a
> different set of conditions.
> If your view is that sex should be just like food, to be sold, and
> bought or like burger-flipping which
> can be rented, and that family life and future humans would be better
> off for it, you should at least
> decently tell us so, or else be explicit that you do not know to which
> dystopia this will lead.
> Nazi and communist dystopias were brought to us, courtesy of the
> utopianists who did not
> know that they did not know what these fantasies would have brought to us.