Counterclockwise wrote:It's really that many strips? woah. I hadn't noticed before. I just read them all through a couple of days when I found BtB last april. :p
How'd you start transcribing comics?
Counterclockwise wrote:You're on the same mind as me with ELO. I'm mostly into more obscure stuff, but bands like The Move, ELO, King Crimson, Jethro Tull are in my record collection. Gotta have some names people recognize so they know what kinda music you're talkin' about. :p
Arantor wrote:I hate the fact I live in the UK. I have thought about emigrating, actually. The UK's getting more and more hideous to live in with the rubbish the government keeps doing...
Counterclockwise wrote:what exactly am i supposed to find with that search string?
In any case, we can accept that voting may or may not matter, and that I may or may not vote, which creates four possible scenarios.
(I vote and it doesn't matter, I vote and it does matter, I don't vote and it doesn't matter, i don't vote and it matters).
Trivial outcomes are if I don't vote, or if voting doesn't matter. This eliminates all but one of the possibilities: that I vote, and it matters.
I cannot control whether voting matters, nor know whether it does, but I can control whether or not I vote. The useful possibility may only occur if I vote, therefore I will vote, regardless of any cynical or pessimistic outlooks.
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