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  • What is a oughts, definition of oughts, meaning of oughts, oughts anagrams, oughts synonyms. — “Word oughts meaning. Word oughts definition. Free crossword”,
  • In today's DOTS we had a 1983 BMW 633 CSI, a copy of which currently exists in one of our garages (more on that later). Like many, we've always loved the strong lines and relatively inexpensive cost of these Bimmers. This led to an interesting. — “What Vehicle From The Oughts Is An Instant Classic?”,
  • The best film of the Oughts (i.e. 2000-2010) is? Was reading this post about the best film in the first ten years of the new century. What was your favorite and why? the best answer wins the lov. — “The best film of the Oughts (i.e. 2000-2010) is?”,
  • And for the oughts—by which I suppose we must identify our new millennium's first decade—projected tonnage figures keep up the mind-boggling pace. 2006, Mark Steyn, America Alone: The End of the World as We Know It, Regnery Publishing, ISBN 0895260786, page 13,. — “oughts - Wiktionary”,
  • Best of the Oughts: Albums 91-100. This is the first installment of my Best of the Oughts series. Today's post is the first ten of my best albums of the decade list. I love all the records on this list. Just because these ten are at the bottom does not mean I dislike them. — “living in misery: Best of the Oughts: Albums 91-100”, in-
  • Definition of word from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games. — “Ought - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster”, merriam-
  • Creed Code Cult: Tongues and Popes, Is-es and Oughts. Posted on May 6, 2010 by Devman. From a Reformed pastor's blog I follow: This principle also applies to the issue we've been debating over at Green Baggins lately: apostolic succession. Often. — “Creed Code Cult: Tongues and Popes, Is-es and Oughts | St”,
  • Aughts, Oughts, and Ends: Playtime Presents the Best of 2000-2009 Now that the Academy has had its say on the supposed best films of 2009, we at Playtime have taken the occasion to reflect not only on the past year, but the last decade, and the best it had to offer. These lists by our. — “Playtime Magazine " Blog Archive " Aughts, Oughts, and Ends”, playtime-
  • Does anyone know what we're supposed to call this decade? Is it the 2000s? The twenty-ohs? We're coming up on the last year of it and I still have no idea. Personally, I always liked the "oughts," as in, "back in ought-six, I ate a brick of. — “The 'ought' decade - ”,
  • It's that time of year, for looks-back and ahead, an end-of-year ritual that is amplified by being the end of the decade, so everywhere you look print and The Oughts (or the Noughties) Revisited. It's that time of year, for looks-back and ahead, an end-of-year ritual that is amplified. — “The Oughts (or the Noughties) Revisited | Design & Architecture”,
  • [edit] Oughts and goals. A handful of arguments have been proposed which claim to show that an "ought" can actually be derived from an "is" Some of these solutions may not fully address the problems of "moral" oughts, however, for cases where one has no desire to be "good" - whatever. — “Is–ought problem - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • oughts! NET. the greenest movement. Our daily hint. Add car types, makes, models or engine Your Name. Your Email. Note. 20101124 | 0.02 | about | disclaimer | credits | oughts!. — “oughts”,
  • Search this site: Th.oughts ebgdae. Enter your email address: Submitted by bandan on Sat, 03/06/2010 - 01:01. linux kernel. Recently, a friend of mine asked : Why does the struct list_head in. — “Th.oughts | ebgdae”,
  • Increasingly Subjective 'Oughts' Consider the following variant on Parfit's Mineshafts On a second reading I see you agree that subjectivists maintain that there are both subjective and objective oughts. — “Philosophy, et cetera: Increasingly Subjective 'Oughts'”,
  • To perform a ridiculous act, with a considerable chance of long term injury as a result. Can also be refered to as 'typical 'Oughts', when a stupid. — “Urban Dictionary: oughts”,
  • There is a deep vein of richness to Joel and Ethan Coen's No Country for Old Men, much of which is surely inherited from Cormac McCarthy's source novel, but w No Country For Old Men concludes "Best of the Oughts". — “No Country For Old Men concludes "Best of the Oughts”,
  • Loud Murmurs "Be the change you wish to see in the world." — Mahatma Gandhi. Good-bye to the Oughts. While the past year has been good, I must admit that I'm in com­plete agree­ment with those like Time Mag­a­zine, who dubbed the first 10 years of 2000 as The Decade from Hell. — “Loud Murmurs " Good-bye to the Oughts”,
  • Oughts definition, (used to express duty or moral obligation): See more. — “Oughts | Define Oughts at ”,
  • In the absence of categorical oughts, thinking about the problems of action may be practical or pragmatic, but its conclusions On the other hand, by thinking in terms of categorical oughts, as well as in terms of end and means (the. — “ADLER ARCHIVE: The Ethics of Common Sense”,
  • We found 3 dictionaries with English definitions that include the word oughts: Click on the first link on a line below to go directly to a page where "oughts" is defined. General (3 matching dictionaries) Oughts, oughts: Wordnik [home, info] oughts: Wiktionary [home, info]. — “Definitions of oughts - OneLook Dictionary Search”,
  • Philosophers have traditionally viewed hypothetical _ oughts as much less problematic than formulation, we abandoned any claim that the relevant _ oughts were. — “OUGHTS AND ENDS”, www-rcf.usc.edu
  • This month we ring in 2003, the fourth year of the decade, and still we have no consensus on what we should call the decade we are living in. The Oughts - This seems to be the popular way that people who lived in the 1900's refer to that decade. — “What do we call this decade?”,

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  • Atheism and Objective Morality This a response to MistaBusta's video "Nihilism: The Intellectually honest atheist". This video is about what lead me disbelieve in an objective morality. More than anything else I rejected the idea of an objective morality because I'm a materialist. Materialism also contributed to my atheist stance. There really wasn't any interaction between these two stances other than via the assumptions that lead to them. In the later part of the video I try to explain why I think there is so much confusion on this topic. I argue that the reason the question "Where does morality come from?" provokes such confused responses is because of the confused context the question is often asked in. Addendum: After I came back to this I realised that the video is incredibly misleading about what moral nihilism actually is. I added some annotation to try and clear up a few bits and bobs but the problem is really the language. Put simply, I don't believe that oughts or obligations as Hume defined them exist. That basically means that I don't think ethicists are studying anything which actually exists in the same way I don't think theologians are studying anything which exists. I do however have a conscience and preferences. It is the latter I term a 'moral code'. I term the former a 'subjective morality'. I'm not a moral relativist. Moral relativists believe in things like duty and obligation. They would tell you they keep their promises because they feel they should. I keep my ...
  • Question #33 Shoulds+Oughts In Your Professional Business When it comes to marketing, and especially online marketing, there are two very dangerous words that all professionals would be well advised to beware of. They are the word "Should" and the word "Ought." These words are dangerous because they signal information that you have not learned from personal experience. These are "rules" that have been passed on to you. So how do you trust that they are true? The fact is, because professionals get very little training in business and marketing, they are often making marketing decisions by looking at their professional peer group and doing what everyone else does. So how many of your peers were ever trained in online marketing, social media marketing, or any kind of marketing for that matter? Learn more here about how to use Shoulds+Oughts to your advantage
  • Ought from Is (What's God got to do with it?): Response to Veritas48 I reply to some parts of Veritas48's argument for the existence of God (basically an argument from morality). I suggest that we can indeed get "oughts" (morality) from "is" (facts of reality).
  • Moral Objectivity & The "Is/Ought" Dilemma Final Thoughts This video is going to be a follow-up and final thought on the topic of moral objectivity and the is-ought dilemma. Firstly, respect to TheoWarner as I am completely ripping off his video style out of laziness. (note the quasi-realistic computer generated voice as evidence of this fact) In my last video on this topic I felt that I was unclear in my argumentation. This should have been obvious when I uploaded the video as it was done completely "off the top of the dome," as it were. Also, it should be noted, I misspoke and miss-wrote when referring to normative facts. In my usage I actually intended to mean the exact opposite of what was stated. Science does not give us normative facts but descriptive facts. In my previous videos on this topic, I was offering what I thought to be a way out for the atheist but I had some hidden requirements you must first fulfill. In reflection I may have been asking much from most atheists on you tube. I asked you to become an objectivist to escape the problems of relativism. I do not know how the majority of atheists on you tube view the laws of logic but I was appealing to you based on the assumption that you do not have a robust view of where these laws come from. There are differing opinions on that topic so forgive me. In my mind, if you do not have a way to justify the existence of these laws --as the theist claims to in God-- then it would not be much of a jump to do the same with objective moral laws. As a side note, I do think ...
  • When Conservatives Attack: Kathleen Parker vs. Sarah Palin THE MORE I LISTEN TO AND READ ABOUT the most liberal member of the US Senate, the more I like him. Barack Obama strikes a chord with me like no political figure since Ronald Reagan. To explain why, I need to explain why I am a conservative and what it means to me. In 1964, at the age of 16, I organized the Dallas County Youth for Goldwater. My senior thesis at the University of Texas was on the conservative intellectual revival in America. Twenty years later, I was invited by William F. Buckley Jr. to join the board of National Review. I later became its publisher. Conservatism to me is less a political philosophy than a stance, a recognition of the fallibility of man and of mans institutions. Conservatives respect the past not for its antiquity but because it represents, as GK Chesterton said, the democracy of the dead; it gives the benefit of the doubt to customs and laws tried and tested in the crucible of time. Conservatives are skeptical of abstract theories and utopian schemes, doubtful that government is wiser than its citizens, and always ready to test any political program against actual results. Liberalism always seemed to me to be a system of oughts. We ought to do this or that because its the right thing to do, regardless of whether it works or not. It is a doctrine based on intentions, not results, on feeling good rather than doing good. But today it is so-called conservatives who are cemented to political programs when they clearly dont work. The Bush tax ...
  • School of Reggay - Mento Pt. 1 of 2 Assorted t'oughts on mento grooves, and their role in the development of Jamaican rhythm styles... continued, PART II Props to Mike's mento site for making available so much more info on mento than we had "back in the day"
  • TEDxOverlake - Ryan Boudinot - Nature, Humanity, and Technology Ryan Boudinot is the author of Misconception, a PEN/USA literary award finalist; and The Littlest Hitler, a Publishers Weekly book of the year. He teaches creative writing in Goddard College's MFA program and has been a Richard Hugo House Writer in Residence. In the late '90s through the late oughts he worked for a number of Internet companies as an editor, writer, and customer service rep. He holds an MFA from Bennington College and a BA from The Evergreen State College. In thespirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.
  • BH1 Presents "I Love the Oughts! - The Deach Edition" BH1 goes back in time to the fall of 2008 with a look at the popular music video "Love You to Death" by Deach. With special appearances by: and, of course:
  • Logic: GET REAL! (objectively speaking) In this series I will make a case for relative morality. I will portray how both cultural and evolutionary morality explain our "moral sense" better than Objective Moralities with fewer assumptions. Morality uses evolutionary algorithms to grow and change as out world changes. This is not a religious debate! A God could just as easily create relative morality. Relative morality explains the lack of moral consensus better than objective moralities and is not dependent on a supernatural being. I will show how the "is" and "oughts" of morality are really a backwards way of looking at things that really came into being through a free floating rationale. This is the second part of a series where I describe the features that make something objective. I define the features that make reality objective.
  • RE: The Broken Watch of Atheism Theatheistantidote is at it again. His video: Using another's work and his voice. He does let us know who he's stealing from, but not what exactly he's stealing. As for his/Zacharias' argument, well It falls short because it make the claim of a thing, the "oughts" yet does not objectively demonstrate those "oughts".
  • Episode #12 of Dave's Rants & Raves This week ... The Oughts?; Kellyg5; Windows 7; Emails. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Kellyg5 YouTube: Twitter: Windows 7 Website: Review: Mars Argo YouTube: Website: grocerybag.tv ++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Dave's Rants & Raves Channel ... Dave's Rants & Raves Website ... Follow me on Twitter ... [note there is no "s"!]
  • Goodbye Old Oughts Launching my new blog on New Year's Eve with a lagniappe of video. A cautionary tale from the decade. As well as Johnny Walker Blue. And all that.
  • Top 10 Films of the Decade (2000's) A sure to be controversial list of my favorite films of the past decade. As I say in the video, it will probably change as I see more movies, but as it stands right now, these are my picks. Also, I'm sorry for the scratchy audio and the very scripted feel of this video, but I wanted to avoid rambling.
  • Virginia Satir Video - Pioneer of Family Therapy in a 1985 NLP Keynote, part 2 Purchase the full 3 hour video here: bit.ly Virginia Satir was one of the pioneers of family therapy. She was also a major source of NLP patterns and distinctions. In 1985 she presented a morning and afternoon keynote address to the National Association for NLP in Denver, Colorado. In her morning talk, she presented some history and background of how her work developed, and her relationship with Richard Bandler and John Grinder, who modeled her work as part of the initial development of NLP. In her longer afternoon talk, Virginia gave an extensive and comprehensive overview of her ideas about human beings and personal change. These include the difference between the right/wrong model — "shoulds" and "oughts" — and honoring what is real and actual, and the difference between assigned roles and individual identity. The typical up/down, dominance/submission interactions that are so common in troubled relationships are illustrated with tableaus and role-plays to demonstrate how to grow out of them into authentic being. Virginia goes on to expand on her "seed model" alternative to the static right/wrong model. Linear causality gives way to systems thinking, in which the different elements of a system interact with each other simultaneously. Realizing that change is always happening provides a new basis for security based on ambiguity and change. Valuing each unique individual simply because they are human, not just because of the social roles they fulfill, provides a basis for ...
  • Axiology: Veritas Is Still Wrong A response to At the end of his video, Veritas rather smugly tries to tell the atheist that their very objections to him are futile if we deny the reality of intrinsic values. He commits a strawman by framing our objections in terms of a value judgment. In reality, when I say that you should believe A rather then B, I accept that the values of this statement is contingent on your desire to believe what is actually real. If you have no such desire, then my argument has no force. However, I can safely disregard what you have to say as being irrational. I simply am not going to stand there and insist that you MUST believe A because you have a rational OBLIGATION!!! You have to, you have to, you have to, you have to!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You ignore reality at your own peril and I suggest that the best place to do so is in the middle of what us reality believers call traffic. Also, claiming god made the universe with this intent does NOTHING to explain how god derived his intentions for the universe in a non-arbitrary way. Noah, please 1)Proved an argument for the existence of intrinsic values that is more then just assertion. 2)Explain where god gets his oughts from 3)Understand that objections to your argument do not necessarily rely on the belief in intrinsic values My Blog (trying to write in it more) Blogtv Stickam name: tooltime9901 My Photography /petersphotos
  • Tricky & Martina Topley-Bird - Unbearable from VHS 2 of 4 High-Fi dub of a VHS I no longer have. It had the Public Enemy cover song on it as the video you see on youtube as well as their other video from the time and then it had these 4 live tracks so please do tell if you know where this is?
  • Farewell To Miltown Malbay Singer ~ Tim Dennehy Composer ~ Tomás Ó hAodha (1866 - 1935) Tim learned this from the singing of the late Tom Lenihan, Knockbrack, Miltown Malbay (1905-1990) whose version can be found in 'The Mount Callan Garland. Songs from the repertoire of Tom Lenihan', collected and edited by Tom Munnelly. Farewell to Miltown Malbay, a long and sad farewell, The sorrow in my heart today no words of mine can tell. I'm parting from my dear old friends, the scenes I fondly love, May happiness attend them all, and blessings from above. A bright and pleasant youth was mine among the good folks there. No kinder hearts can e'er be found than those that throb in Clare, And oh, how crushed and sad I feel, my tears fall down like rain, As I look my last upon the place I'll never see again. From Barr a' Bhaile to the Square I often took a stroll And rambled out the Ennis Road, where Roberts' was my goal To play a game of Oughts and Combs and pass the time away, While listening to traditions old and legends of Mal Bay. And often too I sought Pat Burke's where we had many a spree, Where Garrett Barry with his pipes filled our young hearts with glee, And put young and old up dancing sets upon the kitchen floor. The joy and fun that I had there I never will have more. The sea is gemmed with twinkling stars, the sun shines bright today, The rocky shore is fringed with foam from Spanish Point to Freagh. The verdant fields go rolling down from Ballard to the sea, Oh, what a soul ...
  • Kohdok's Battle League Highlights Thanks to Braxtoncomix and Dragongirl9888 for the commentary! Yeah, it was a blast and rather than any distrations, it was all battling and trading, the way organized play oughts be! I'll try packing a better mike next time to avoid the background noise problem...
  • Into the Oughts Everything is an Inside Job.
  • The Goal theory of Morality The Goal Theory of Moral Value I've heard the claim made many times that atheists cannot have a justifiable framework for their morality since their moral framework is not grounded in God. The argument is basically goes that if each man can decide his own morality, who is to say which moral framework is the best. If Tim can say that my morality is right and Sally can say "my morality is right" then who is right? The theist would make the claim that only a higher authority or mediator can be the decider on what is right and what is wrong. The theist would then claim that since objective right and wrong exist, then god must exist. To respond to this claim I will use a summarized version of Richard Carrier's "The Goal Theory of Moral Value" Firstly we must distinguish oughts from is's. Morality deals with oughts such as you ought not to lie or you ought not to kill. Theist often accuse atheist of that committing the naturalistic fallacy by inferring an ought from an is. For instance, saying what is the case, like saying that killing causes suffering doesn't show what ought to be the case, like it is wrong to kill. (pg 331) In the Goal Theory of Moral Value, every ought is reduced to an is in the same way Kant did for his hypothetical imperatives. A quick example is someone saying "if you want clean teeth, you ought to brush them". Of course this is not normative in that it applies to everyone. For instance, if a dentist wants to see the effects of not brushing then this ...
  • Rational Ethics: Rational Oughts vs. Deontology This video is a part of my ongoing series of videos on ethics. I discuss the difference between a rational conception of ought statements and a deontological, or duty based, conception of them.
  • Lying to oneself about attachment & attachment to "always/never shoulds" This is a response to what appears to be the basic question "Is there any benefit to lying to yourself about how you are viewing things?" Lying about seeing no separation will leave you continuing to suffer. So if you are still attached and therefore suffering, you are lying to yourself about how you view the body and world. But there are important issues about attachment to "shoulds and oughts" that this question raises, so I have decided to address them. Beyond a certain point, one becomes aware that attachment to rules inhibits spiritual realization. It is the ATTACHMENT to these conclusions about what never concludes that gets in the way. It REALLY doesn't matter what happens or what people appear to do, and no wave is not moved in all cases by the whole ocean. Urgency about what must happen or what should be done or shouldn't, with the exception of avoiding attachment or maintaining detachment, further enmeshes us in samsara. More often than not, spiritual teachers, when they tell others how to live, and dictate what forms others' lives should take, insert personal biases into teachings of always shoulds and always shouldn'ts. This often slows down the recognition that no form other than detachment/attachment can be a vehicle to or an obstacle to "attaining" what is formless and everpresent. Realization is always here. It is not a goal or attainment. In the short existence of this apparent life form, that recognition is a tremendous opportunity, as it frees one from ...
  • Virginia Satir Video - Pioneer of Family Therapy in a 1985 NLP Keynote, part 1 Purchase the full 3 hour video here: bit.ly Virginia Satir was one of the pioneers of family therapy. She was also a major source of NLP patterns and distinctions. In 1985 she presented a morning and afternoon keynote address to the National Association for NLP in Denver, Colorado. In her morning talk, she presented some history and background of how her work developed, and her relationship with Richard Bandler and John Grinder, who modeled her work as part of the initial development of NLP. In her longer afternoon talk, Virginia gave an extensive and comprehensive overview of her ideas about human beings and personal change. These include the difference between the right/wrong model — "shoulds" and "oughts" — and honoring what is real and actual, and the difference between assigned roles and individual identity. The typical up/down, dominance/submission interactions that are so common in troubled relationships are illustrated with tableaus and role-plays to demonstrate how to grow out of them into authentic being. Virginia goes on to expand on her "seed model" alternative to the static right/wrong model. Linear causality gives way to systems thinking, in which the different elements of a system interact with each other simultaneously. Realizing that change is always happening provides a new basis for security based on ambiguity and change. Valuing each unique individual simply because they are human, not just because of the social roles they fulfill, provides a basis for ...
  • Keane Everybody's Changing (cover) - PTB Gerry McKeveny of The Fugitives and Dan Malossi, formerly of Cold Memory, perform a cover, their take on Keane's "Everybody's Changing," an early-oughts Britpop classic.
  • Is that all there is? Sort of review for the year, the decade, or the millennium so far. It's all been a bit stressful and horrible in the main. I can't really remember specifics! Hopefully the next year and the next decade will be a lot more lovely. Happy New Year!
  • Re: Rational Ethics: Rational Oughts vs. Deontology Video Cam Direct Upload
  • God and Ethical Oughts - MIRROR - GBart - The Argument from Normative Facts Mirror of GBart's video
  • Lauren's Sweet Marriage Rap In true Popular Outcasts style Lauren couldn't just give a toast at her best friend Kathy's wedding... instead Lauren rapped marriage advice to Kathy and her new husband Russ. With the help of hypeman/best man Noah Martin. Music by Nfinit3 (www.nfinit3.com) DJ Aaron Hahn () LYRICS: Yo DJ drop that beat, Come on party people throw your hands in the air, Kathy and Russ got married and we were all there, When I say Kathy you say Russ, Kathy, Russ, Kathy, Russ, Always talk it out before you crack that whip, That means with words and not hands on your hips, Don't doubt the importance of a single kiss, Because you'll always remember the little ones you missed, Don't dwell on the woulds, the shoulds, or the oughts, Remember he's a guy and can't read your thoughts, We all know Kathy likes to run everything, It's gonna be worse now Russ she's got that ring, Cherish each moment that you have together, Cuz for every best moment there will be one better, So please remember now that you're married, That sometimes yes, you will be carried, Use your words, Wikka What, Kathy and Russ, A message for Russ that I've got to say, What once was yours is now hers today, I already picked at Kathy so I gotta be fair, Russ sculpt this marriage like you do your hair, Keeping her happy is your marital duty, And she'll reciprocate by giving up that booty, Make sure you focus don't let the romance die, Surprises mean a lot just ask that guy, It goes both ways apologies are hard, So ...
  • Katie The Pest - Sober From their 2005 album This Giant Will Kill You. One of my favorite songs of the oughts.
  • Electric Six - Venus Around You @ 1st Ave 10 26 08 Who goes there...Venus? A great new pinnacle track for this seminal Oughts band.
  • If You Know Nothing About Personality: 17 Ellis Albert Ellis is rational, systematic and confrontational. He is the founder of REBT: Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy. Like Beck, Ellis is a cognitive theorist. He maintains that we are the cause of our misery. Fortunately, we also hold the cure. The key to being happy is to control your beliefs. Don't give in to shoulds and oughts. Accept that you are not perfect but you are good. Here is Dr. Ken Tangen's intro to Ellis' rational theory of personality.
  • Re: Veritas48 and the question of Normativity What lends force to an "ought?" Empiricism, concerning itself exclusively with what can be observed seems impotent to resolve this question. Isn't it clear enough that no observation will ever be made which suggests clearly why we humans speak in "oughts" and prescriptions? Well. Nope. I suggest that emotions (like empathy) and values instilled in the course of socialization combine with observations of the world to produce ways that we would like to see things pan out. I also suggest that this is a better explanation of and foundation for prescriptions than God, not just because God must be presupposed for the latter, but also because the naturalistic explanation explains a great deal more, like how and why some people are utterly unmoved by prescriptions, and why some cultures have exhibited behavior we would collectively brand abhorrent. Veritas says that the naturalistic fallacy precludes an atheist from ever generating a prescription, but I think what he means to say is that it precludes the possibility of generating a prescription that speaks with equal force to everyone. This, at least, is a matter empiricism can probably decide: no such prescription has ever been discovered, no "ought" has ever been found to be without-exception. Prisons are filled with examples supporting this point and, even if you insist that most of these people knew what they ought to have done and did it anyway, there are still extreme examples that can't be counted among the rest of us. The ...
  • Keston and Westdal - Song specimen A lightrail in repose Daft punk can be sampled for Kanye West so can Keston/Westdahl team play some of their own. Welcome to the Oughts!!!
  • On Becoming a Person - Carl Rogers Carl Rogers' description on the quality of a fully functional person (actualized person). A fully functional person moves away from facades and "oughts", the need to please others and meet their expectations. He moves towards being comfortable with himself, fully self accepting, joyous and at peace.
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  • When Conservatives Attack: Kathleen Parker vs. Sarah Palin (part 2) THE MORE I LISTEN TO AND READ ABOUT the most liberal member of the US Senate, the more I like him. Barack Obama strikes a chord with me like no political figure since Ronald Reagan. To explain why, I need to explain why I am a conservative and what it means to me. In 1964, at the age of 16, I organized the Dallas County Youth for Goldwater. My senior thesis at the University of Texas was on the conservative intellectual revival in America. Twenty years later, I was invited by William F. Buckley Jr. to join the board of National Review. I later became its publisher. Conservatism to me is less a political philosophy than a stance, a recognition of the fallibility of man and of mans institutions. Conservatives respect the past not for its antiquity but because it represents, as GK Chesterton said, the democracy of the dead; it gives the benefit of the doubt to customs and laws tried and tested in the crucible of time. Conservatives are skeptical of abstract theories and utopian schemes, doubtful that government is wiser than its citizens, and always ready to test any political program against actual results. Liberalism always seemed to me to be a system of oughts. We ought to do this or that because its the right thing to do, regardless of whether it works or not. It is a doctrine based on intentions, not results, on feeling good rather than doing good. But today it is so-called conservatives who are cemented to political programs when they clearly dont work. The Bush tax ...
  • Moral Oughts? We Made Em 1st part of a 2 or 3 part series on moral oughts extending to moral relativism and moral objectivism. This Video is a bit crude but the rest will be fairly philosophically loaded and term laden.
  • Weight Loss Motivation Check out the Diet Solution Program: One of the hardest things any dieter faces is keeping themselves motivated whilst they are trying to lose weight. Let's face it, there are so many distractions and temptations that it can be really difficult to keep yourself focused and on your diet. In order for you to successfully lose weight, you need to have a compelling reason why to do it. People who have these compelling reasons are the people who succeed. Those who don't are the people who spend years struggling with their weight, never feeling completely happy with themselves or their lives. So how do you get this level of motivation in order for you to not only lose the weight but to keep it off as well? The answer is to find reasons for you to lose weight. Not just any reasons, like "because I want to fit in a dress" or "because I'm overweight" or "because I should". You want reasons that electrify you and set your brain on fire with your desire to achieve them! You have to find reasons that are totally motivating and focusing for you such as "If I don't lose weight then I'll die of a heart attack like my father which means I won't be able to see my baby boy grow up, get married and have children". How's that for a motivating reason? What motivates you is different from what motivates the person next to you and the person next to them. It is a highly individual thing and you have to sit down and come up with some highly motivating reasons of your own ...
  • Brixtonville: @z0x1c Making it rain since the early oughts.
  • WaywardReporter: No more Wired 96, no more Santa FM: New station @963cruzFM launched today. Hits from 70s/80s/90s/oughts. The 30s are ignored, again. #yxe
  • Sean_Watterson: @7Zelda21 oughts like that away and keep moving on!
  • NeoGeoDiaries: @hotpeasandbutta a film zine I patronized in the early oughts, Badazz mofo, had an entire issue on the subject.
  • Enny_Oct: So sweet"[email protected]_thoughts oughts: [INFO] ChangKyu went to the fish market together today to buy abalone (cr jennyluve7) http://t.co/zK7T8Jzy"
  • twootten: @sredden swapping DVDs is so 20-oughts!!! But honestly I’ve been considering the box set… totally worth it for that show. And LOST.
  • BATHSmusic: @cartoonfuntime @mareodomo remember how 2000-2009 is dubbed 'the oughts' .....?
  • defebaxocyb: Why, I feel almost as glad as if I had held four three oughts twelve.
  • MeganBoren: You oughts to praise him.....#ReadingChristmas
  • Twiismylife: oughts and prayers
  • brandingchannel: oughts?: 404: The Story of a Page Not Found http://t.co/bdhfUoNZ #Branding #GettingFoundOnline #Google #Marketing #Websites RT @CinnamonEdge
  • valeriaciricxo: Oughts on tatjanaaa — ugh shes too pretty its really not fair.. http://t.co/w7vYLMOf
  • dg22727: So, this version of Lou Reed's "Perfect Day" by a many-member'd cast, early '00s ("oughts"), for BBC http://t.co/1zx91el1
  • LoNdEn_sKii_bLu: @mie12_baybee YHU OUGHTS NOT BE DOING MY BABIES LIKE THAT: BUT WHEN II DROP THEM OFF ILL DROP MY CARD OFF TO
  • IsaacMcfarquhar: today i found t-shirts from seemingly every metal band i saw in the oughts. plus Sonic Youth and... er, Lightyear.
  • Arigrandedabom: http://t.co/6nHp7aDi oughts on arianators?!? :)
  • theGObros: @clairetweet but mum seyz there are so many “oughts”. Even more “have to’s”
  • diss1: today i found t-shirts from seemingly every metal band i saw in the oughts. plus Sonic Youth and... er, Lightyear.
  • diss1: @BBandMP @faceshredder let us never forget the mid-oughts horror of "grindie"
  • Tabatooots_: "You called me a strangerrr, said I'm a dangerrr, but all these oughts are leaving you toniiiight" #np Stranger-secondhand serenede
  • christianna: nobody is perfect, but everybody oughts to work towards being a better person.
  • brandingchannel: oughts?: 404: The Story of a Page Not Found http://t.co/bdhfUoNZ #Branding #GettingFoundOnline #Google #Marketing #Websites RT @CinnamonEdge
  • Sujatin: @howtobesick I'm sure it will - it's tough when we are faced by our own 'oughts' & disappointments & others' expectations & misunderstanding
  • kehomivozyk: Two 'oughts,' as there often are?
  • ovi_loks: Nigga we eatin', you oughts to know.
  • BluefireQA: "oughts and Me" - Thoughts and Memories of an Old Cowhand (0)
  • jumanjamal: RT @SickPoet: Save me from my darkest thoughts. Take me from my desires, needs and oughts. Be everything.
  • RoxanasAmazing: come listen to my truest t+oughts my truest feelins
  • ephraimellis: @emm_a Like, plinky piano rags from the previous century's 'oughts or the soundtrack to the musical? #importantdistinction

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  • “From a Reformed pastor's blog I follow: This principle also applies to the issue we've Blog Anniversary. 5 Responses to Creed Code Cult: Tongues and Popes, Is-es and Oughts”
    — Creed Code Cult: Tongues and Popes, Is-es and Oughts | St,

  • “Tony discusses the end of the decade Tony's Blog. Some Thoughts on the "Oughts" Post on January 2, 2010 6:36 PM | Permalink. Some thoughts on the end of the decade. I am not, usually, one who thinks in terms of a time period being bad or good. I usually look at things specifically”
    — Some Thoughts on the "Oughts" - Daily Danza,

  • “How much of your child's misbehavior is the result of mistaken beliefs? Kids absorb our family styles and beliefs whether we talk about them or not. Since kids are always watching us, it makes sense to be careful what we say and what we do. For”
    — From "Oughts" to Thoughts -- Creating Positive Family,

  • “The official website of comedian Amanda Egge. Includes information on upcoming and past gigs, photos, sound clips, video clips, bio, resume and more”
    — Amanda Egge: To-Dos For the Last Day of the Oughts,

  • “An occasional, and totally random blog that might even give you some good ideas to use in your business. During the oughts, PowerPoint made printed presentations obsolete. Over the next few years, e-readers will make paper news and fiction obsolete”
    — Marketing meets technology,

  • “Interested in oughts? At http:/// you find posts and information relevant to oughts”
    Oughts - godschool,

  • “Behind the scenes with the editors of the Hemmings Motor News family of magazines New York's 21-passenger electric duallies of the Oughts | Blog Home | Back by popular demand: Group 4A "”
    — Look at all the pretty pictures at Hemmings Blog – Classic,

  • “Blog. 2010-07-21 Meetup. July 21, 2010 9:36 pm — Meta — Ben L. IRC log from the meetup on July 21, 2010 (more ) Comments (1) ( Remember my dream of having each comment section being a mini-bbPress forum, complete with threads?”
    — bbPress " Blog,

  • “Part Six of a year-end email conversation with Andrey Henkin, Peter Margasak, Ben Ratliff and Hank Shteamer. (Jump to: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 ) From: Nate Chinen Hey guys, I was supposed to come up with the next link to this chain over the”
    — The Oughts, Meet the Dustbin - THE GIG,

  • “Get the latest Wall Street investment tips on high finance, hedge funds and more. Read the up-to-date Wall Street news blog now”
    — Stock Losses in Oughts as Bad as in 1930s Depression,

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