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Weekly Deal Request Thread 3/22/2018 submitted by spyder228 to Gundeals

JefftheBaptist 0 points 11 points (+11|-0) ago

Also looking for upvotes. Deals on glock 80% lowers and related stuff would be great too.

If 4% of people are psychopaths shouldn't we move to decentralize everything so psychopaths don't hold so much power? submitted by Justaddcoffee to AskVoat

JefftheBaptist 0 points 9 points (+9|-0) ago

No. With rates of psychopathy or sociopathy like that, even fairly small organizations will contain them. With a 4% rate of occurrence, a 17 person organization still has a 50% chance of containing a psychopath. Or to put it another way, an organization of 18 people or more will more than likely contain a psychopath.

Instead you need to give the psychopath an incentive to behave properly, which they can largely do in order to fit in with the rest of society. And you need to be able to easily remove them if they do not.

If female sports stars had to compete against men are there any events they could win? submitted by mr-deplorable to AskVoat

JefftheBaptist 0 points 8 points (+8|-0) ago

Currently a lot of the extreme distance swimming records are held by women. This could be a coincidence or it could be because of women's higher relative body fat that is very useful for this sort of activity.

Women may also be able to compete in some finesse sports as well. I've heard some people say that women are on fairly even footing with men when playing billiards for instance. It's not a strength sport, it's all about shot placement and finesse. It wouldn't surprise me if women can play something like bocce as well too.

Likewise female equestrian jockeys have been a thing for a long time. It's a lot easier to find a small light woman than a small light man and weight is a big deal on a thoroughbred jockey.

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did 2A orignally mean that anyone can own a firearm? submitted by GIIOST to AskVoat

JefftheBaptist 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago

This isn't true at all. During the revolutionary period it wasn't unusual for people to privately outfit warships (aka privateers). Those things had rows of cannon, not just a rifle or two.

Is there any reason cops have to respond to every incident in large numbers equipped like Navy Seals? submitted by bagano1 to AskVoat

JefftheBaptist 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago

When they deployed, they did not know it was one idiot with a handgun. They almost certainly went in knowing "shots fired" and little else. Also the facility they went into is a massive regional warehouse (or is an office attached to a massive warehouse) so having lots of people on that sort of square footage is very useful.

"And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness" Who the fuck is "us"? submitted by DANKGHIDORAH to AskVoat

JefftheBaptist 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago

This is it. The phrase "Let us make" is just the Hebrew word asah which just means make or produce. The phrase "Let us" is either the use of the Royal We or a reference to the tripartite nature of the Holy Trinity by the translators. It isn't really in the root text.