I'd say that objectively privileged is closer to the truth than relatively privileged, and I don't dispute that that has a lot to do with it. I think a lot of it has to do with the fact that I ask the question "why" too much. I have a sense of what I think is moral and what is not, but I have difficulty answering the question "why" without making reference to religion, which I recognize as a point of reference that is not shared by all (or in this thread probably not even most) parties to the discussion. Which is why I think it's best for me not to talk about my opinions on such matters.But let me take a crack at the questions you've suggested and see how long I can talk about them. So for question 1, who exactly is needy? Are there two categories of people (needy, not needy) or many? What exactly does it mean to help someone?
Yeah, it's good so far. Got up early and rode the bike to work. The end of the month is supposed to be our busiest day, but I got most of my stuff out of the way earlier. Sorry y'all are struggling. Ditto, Miss P, although I have been around. Just not posting much. Someone convince me not to get this + a cheap 8 GB SD card:http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=3402958&CatId=2761Notes: I currently have an old 6 GB Zen Micro with an impressilvely reliable hard drive, but it only puts sound out of one channel on the headphone jack. I don't use it that often. The computer that has most of my music on it is busted and needs to be fixed with a soldering gun.
I just heard "very few amputations there" as evidence of Iran's relative liberalism on the radio. Seriously?