Waze is a smartphone navigation app that uses crowd sourced data to provide route and traffic information to users.
It has turn-by-turn navigation, audible alerts, real time traffic and road speed, and the ability to plan the best departure based on arrival times, but the most important feature is police tracking.
Users can report police that they encounter along their routes in one of three categories: visible, hidden, and other side.
Drivers are then alerted to police that are ahead on their route with both an icon and a “Police Ahead” announcement, and it is even noted on the route choice screen.
The tradeoff is that you must allow the Waze app to report your location and speed to them, but that is a price I am willing to pay.
Voters legalized marijuana in four more states and approved medical use in four others.
Source: Victories for Eight of Nine Marijuana Initiatives Hasten the Collapse of Prohibition
If you reject the initiation of force for political change, and reject political action on moral grounds, how do you make change happen?
Are you waiting for the day that the entire population agrees with you and the government voluntarily goes away because no one wants it? Do you think there is a chance of that happening in our lifetime?
Is the plan is to wait for things to get so bad that there is a total societal collapse? Then we can go off and form our own communities? That would explain the number of survival articles I have seen on Lew Rockwell’s site over the years. Yet, most of the people who I have met in the movement don’t have the health, physical fitness, or skill-set to survive the period between societal collapse and the establishment of AnCapistan. Most would be dead within the month.
Do we hope that others will somehow do the work for us?
Are we all just a bunch of lazy whiners who will never do anything past posting on Twitter and Facebook?
Whats the plan?
There are a lot of people complaining about the ban of Milo Yiannopoulos and Twitter’s selective crackdown on speech, and there seems to be a general feeling of helplessness.
If you were the owner of Twitter, they would have to listen to you.
So, why aren’t you an owner?
The stock market opens at 9:30 EST, and Twitter is less than $20/share.
Is that a good price? I have no idea.
Am I buying Twitter stock? No.
Do I own Twitter stock? No.
Am I am financial advisor? No.
This is not about investing. This is about having a say in the way that Twitter is run, because you are OWN the company. Shareholders ARE owners, and companies listen to owners.
If everybody tweeting about #freeMilo bought a few shares today, and then contacted investor relations, he’d be back on tomorrow. Then you could starting working on your other complaints.
Capitalism IS a democracy.
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