He, he, he...
I said that I will try to avoid one-sided comments. As in, I was trying to not just say "MICROSOFT SU><ORZ!!111" or "GOVERMENT IS FOR NOOBS!111111." I view either of those views as being rather ignorant.
You took the liberty of repeating part of what I typed. Why don't you go read what I typed; I'll wait for you. <tapping fingers on my desk as I wait> Ok, good. Can you find *anywhere* in what I typed the word "argument(s)?" I sure can't, yet you state "You say you will try to avoid one-sided arguments..." You then further the "arguments" subject by asking if I will avoid a "correct" argument.
While I can't attest for your definition of "correct," I have found that I do have opinions on matters ("arguments" if you will) and I generally try to explore/share/further them. I'm not sure what a question based upon something that I did not say has to do with any of this, though. ^_^
I guess that I will just have to take your "middle of the roaders" comment. I'm not particurlarly fond of extremes; I tend to find them, well, extreme.
Examples of such extremes would be Microsoft killing (in a very physical sense) anybody who opposes them or Microsoft being *immediately* shut down because they might have done something wrong.
Yes, in general, I believe that there should be punishments for breaking laws and regulations. Ideally, we would all be happy, sweet people with one another, but that doesn't seem to be the norm. As such, I believe that it is generally important that we, as a whole, have regulations/laws/codes of conduct, punishment(s) for breaking these, and a constant observation of them (to watch for inequalities, outdate standards, ones that are incorrect, et cetera). I do believe that I have previously stated this idea...
I won't disagree with you that the law(s) may be vague, wrong, outdated, et cetera. Again, going back to my original post and the new comments in this post, I believe that we, a whole, should constantly watch these things. I would note that many (all? ^_^) laws can be vague. After all, we are a country that tries to be run by some old parchment...
Finally, I go back to <drum roll> my original post. I think there is a lot more to life than humanity generally sees. We spend a lot of time...I would say screwing each other over. However, it's all basically for naught when we croak (naturally or via other means). I find it sad/frustrating that it has been so hard for use to just be nice and fair with each other. No, I am no better or worse than a great many people with regards to this.
Biting away; always a sucker :o,
It's a me, Mario!
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