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#38 - ChewyConor (11/21/2014) [-]
Sorry but appeals to nature, history or tradition don't add up to a valid argument.
You have stated why we have a work-pay system, how it came about and how it works. That doesn't make it right, just or good. I do actually agree with your viewpoint to a significant extent, but your argument is a really shitty one nonetheless.
Being unable to work should not be a death sentence. On the other hand, given the chance, some people will inevitably be unwilling to work and expect society to provide for them. It it is very difficult to accommodate the former principle without opening the door for the latter. That is why we have this problem.
Personally, I think the bare minimum should be free. We've reached a point in society where that much *is* feasible. What could feasibly be free is enough water for hygiene and hydration, enough food to survive (minimum acceptable quality) and enough power (gas/oil/electric) for acceptable heating and basic amenities such as hot water, cooking, lighting, etc.
Beyond those, which is a pretty shitty 'living' and doesn't cost all that much, things should be paid for.
|#16 - OBJECTION! Yes, I do have the gif [+] (2 new replies)||11/21/2014 on Crossovers||-2|
|#9 - yeah thank you very much. How, and with what tools? [+] (3 new replies)||11/21/2014 on Fucking metal||0|
|#9 - He's charging it [+] (9 new replies)||11/21/2014 on iPhone||+88|
#28 - Womens Study Major (11/21/2014) [-]
I doubt it to be honest. Those batteries only burn out from either repeated charges, excessive charging, and if the battery is overheating.
Seeing as none of the above would apply being stuck hidden under a snowpile for a month, it'll probably work just fine after being charged. Assuming that the user didn't abuse the shit out of the battery prior.
#94 - amuzen (22 hours ago) [-]
Yeah I did do research, typed in cold weather effect on batteries, two of the top hits were about how it affected I phones, three were about how it was a common problem for car batteries and how to try and keep them warm in the winter, and one was the how stuff works on why cold weather damages batteries.
Look it up yourself if you want a scientific explanation, but I did in fact confirm that prolonged exposure to cold weather could damage batteries before posting, so don't tell me to look it up when you clearly haven't invested any time into confirming your own side before posting that.
#98 - hammarhead (22 hours ago) [-]
Ah, you misunderstand me. No need to be hostile. I incorrectly assumed you were talking about the amount of time the battery had spent without charge, which for most rechargeable batteries actually "resets" them back to having a full capacity for energy intake, because the ions get to settle back into their respective places out of the acid. No where was anything stated about temperature or cold exposure on your part, so you can understand why I would've assumed otherwise. (as did the guy above)
Thank you for the information about the cold, that was not something I was aware of. I don't see any reference to actually killing a battery, all I see is "damage" to it, not it's actual making the battery "dead". So thank you, despite it's irrelevance.
#99 - amuzen (22 hours ago) [-]
sorry being snappy, the only reason I got edgy was because I looked it up before posting and two people responded to me by essentially saying, nuh ugh look it up i'm to lazy, and you responded to me by literally saying nuh ugh look it up I'm to lazy.
Also on top of having looked it up, my car battery I've only had for three months died last week (it will no longer maintain a charge) and the reason I was told was because it got to cold during a trip to northern Canada and apparently there's a thing you can buy to prevent this so not only was it something I looked up before hand but it's something that's been a thorn in my side for the last week.
#104 - hammarhead (22 hours ago) [-]
Interesting. I think the problem we're encountering here is misinterpretation. I don't think most people here assumed you were talking about cold, most probably assumed so long uncharged and in potentially wet conditions. From a cold standpoint, I completely agree with you. But I think most people assumed otherwise, as most of the world lives nowhere near the extreme temperatures of northern Canada. I'm glad we could come to an understanding.
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