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Saturday, February 20, 2010

Another look at the Stack Manifesto. Updated!

Vox Day looks at the Stack Manifesto with a decidedly contrarian eye:
The irony is that the more a man genuinely believes in justice and law, the more he truly believes that America is the Land of the Free, the more shattered he is when he is forced to confront the reality that the entire legal system is a facade designed to conceal the complete absence of justice and rule of law in American society.
I've read the Stack Manifesto (thanks, Alan!), and I immediately felt for the guy. If you look at the incoherent whole, then it's pretty out there. But take his points (some of which are not well-explained) individually, and they sound down right reasonable.

Vox tries to explain the bigger picture ...... this was inevitable.

Update: Mike V has this:
Hoskins said he'd gotten a $170,000 offer from someone to pay off the house, but the bank refused, saying they could get more from selling it in foreclosure.
Hoskins told News 5's Courtis Fuller that he issued the bank an ultimatum."I'll tear it down before I let you take it," Hoskins told them.

And that's exactly what Hoskins did..


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