|I wonder if people would notice if I go away?|
Leave and see if anyone notices </joking>
It does appear that when a well liked (or appreciated) regular disappears, that user is eventually mentioned somewhere (Albatross and m4ster r0shi have been mentioned when noted as absent, Vlad got a thread about him and now Darkestfright has come up), so I imagine your absence would be noted eventually.
I don't think you meant for that question to be taken seriously, but this thread is too far gone to care anymore.
|Interesting point, however, what is the definition of the word "should"? Does it mean better as a whole, or fair and just? Or some other meaning?|
We can gather that "should", in the context of naraku9333's statement, is defined as "fair and just" (or similar) as he refers to the fact that the American people voted for Obama
(which is to say that the democratic process has been successful and Obama is justly the President of the US)
I think the bigger issue is that we have to assume that the
republic system is an accurate depiction of what the people want (I am unfamiliar with the American electoral system, so I'll leave it at that before making an ass of myself by using examples that may only be applicable here in Soviet Canuckistan1
That isn't to say that I disagree with the Democracy. (thought I should add that)
Wow, this has to be the best argument I have ever read. I really need to rethink my political views. Thank you for this inspiring post.
I don't have any anti-Canadian sentiments, I just find it somewhat amusing.
Corrected some mistakes.