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(71 People Likes) As a lawyer, what's the wildest evidence you've used in court?
at made the case different was the product at issue. My client was a sculptor who worked in Hollywood on realistic models. He came to work for a company which produced full size silicone love dolls. The agreement was that he would receive a p and i love you my doll in greek rcentage of the profits from his improvement of the dolls and other “products.” My client had left and started his own silicone doll company which competed directly with the original company. The other company filed a cross-complaint alleging that my client had created his dolls while still working at the first company and had stolen proprietary information as to how they were made. The evidence used in court included 8 of the female dolls, a flat back torso, various heads and a “real cock.” Opposing counsel and I had to handle and ask questions about the various products. Although opposing counsel would only refer to the “real cock” as the “RC,” he did not seem to have a problem waving the 11″ silicone penis around during questioning. During litigation, there were disputes over what documents and other evidence should be produced, so we were assigned to a “discovery judge” to informally help us with what was relevant a
(94 People Likes) Is it okay for boys to play dress up dolls online?
lay these. As a girl, when I was a kid, I often played not dolls but various building blocks and board games. I think there is nothing wrong with this. My parents will also play with me. Toys are just toys and cannot represent anything. Do what you like is the most important thing. If anyone thinks that's wrong, it's because they think differently from you, but don't think that there is anything wrong with playing girl-style ga
(52 People Likes) Is replacing real women brothels with plastic sex dolls a shame since people will be surrounded by artifical environment from virtual reality to dolls?
their righteous and noble rubbish, and they will go and do exactly the opposite of what they preach (pun intended) It’s the most basic human instinct - as animal as it gets. Breaking taboos and making policy Everywhere where prostitution was legalized (remember, it’s both female and male) crime rates dropped. Legalizing it brought law enforcement in as well. When what you are doing is not illegal you will report mistreatment and all other related crimes more and that causes an overall drop in the number of directly related crimes as
(42 People Likes) Can you be arrested for importing certain sex dolls into the USA?
attempts to rescind it have failed. The ban was passed in 1998 by a group of ultra-conservative Christian lawmakers. This law is still enforced. People convicted of violating it are required to register as sex offenders. Texas has a law prohibiting sale or possession o Anime Sex Doll sex toys as well, though its Constitutional validity is murky. An appellate court has ruled it unconstitutional, though a different appellate court ruled Alabama’s ban constitutional. Normally, that would send the case to the Supreme Court, but both states have refused to pursue the matter before the Supreme Court, so the issue remains formally undecided. Alabama has continued to enforce its law. Texas has reached a compromise with conservativ
(38 People Likes) How is it possible for a totally artificial thing as Bitcoin (which has no intrinsic value) to be traded, not as a currency (because of it’s instability), but as a commodity, according to so many specialists?
e and - so long as that is the case, they can both be a medium of exchange. CURRENCIES / COMMODITIES HAVE VALUE IF WE THINK THEY DO The process of ascribing value s and i love you my doll in greek ems from an inter-subjective adoption of a collective imagined reality. It’s not enough that I think some object has value, I’ve got to believe that you believe it has value. (“inter-subjective adoption”) CURRENCIES ARE FUNDAMENTALLY TRANSACTIONAL FOR 2 REASONS So, both currencies and commodities have value. The difference rests in their purpose. A currency’s purpose is to generalize trading. In a simple world where I produce apples and you produce pears, trading apples for pears would be difficult and inefficient. But, if we know “8 pears = $1” and “3 apples = $1” it becomes very easy to trade. You could theoretically use a bushel of rice instead of a dollar, but that would be pretty cumbersome (even if everyone took rice as a medium of exchange) That ridiculous example is meant to show the concepts of (REASON 1) “divisibility” and (REASON 2) “portability” which, to me are what distinguishes currencies from commodities. As long as you have something that is - for all practical purposes - divisible down to the lowest possible price of the cheapest good. And, it’s portable (meaning, conveniently available), it’s a currency MOST COMMODITIES HAVE ONE THING IN COMMON THAT CURRENCIES DON’T HAVE… Alternate use. But, lemme get back to that BUT, THE REASON PEOPLE MISTAKENLY CALL BITCOIN A COMMODITY IS BECAUSE OF ADOPTION… BUT, THEY’RE WRONG The reason crypto is sometimes labeled a commodity relates to its adoption / usage rates. Most government backed, fiat currencies have a default use case insofar as the government is funded and funds the economy with that currency. In other words, people HAVE TO use it. To date, there is no forced use case for crypto. So, people have to WANT TO use it (“inter-subjective adoption”). The theory goes, that just as diamonds have a standard worl Silicone Sex Doll market trading value, different people put different values on those diamonds for a host of personal reasons, aesthetics and tastes. The argument goes that so long as crypto has that feature in common with diamonds, it’s gonna trade more like a commodity. And, commodity pricing is all about adoption rates. (this makes diamonds more valuable than even rarer gemstones) But, that similarity is relatively modest compared to the differences of “divisibility”, “portability” and “alternate use” THERE IS A MORE COMPLICATED ASSET PRICING ISSUE THAT HAS ALSO CONFUSED THIS ISSUE Bitcoins don’t trade like a currency should. Currently, the forex market crosses over USD$5 trillion EVERY DAY. Next to the market in U.S. Bonds, I can’t think of a more liquid market. Further all of volume trades based on the comparative, nominal expected interest rates. (A lot of journalists that cover exchange rates try to make this more complicated. It’s not. (Make no mistake, however, building a view on “nominal expected interest rates” requires some of the most quantitatively rigorous analytics that I’ve seen.. but I digress) Bitcoin should be easy then. The rate of inflation (a good proxy for interest rates) is stipulated in its white paper. So, traders should be able to peg the BTC value easily and without the threat of manipulation. If you read the white paper on BTC, the founder designed the BTC inflation mechanism to address this specifically. But, it didn’t work that way. Turns out “intersubjective adoption” dominated certain inflation. So, there was a set of traders that started calling it a commodity. They weren’t thinking it through… FINALLY, FOR A