We taught a COMPUTER to FEAR smoke detectors. Here's what IT has to SAY!!!
Smoke detectors are radioactive. The fire department is socialist. It seems like a contradiction, right? But it's not. This article will explain how the two go hand in hand and why everything you thought you knew about smoke detectors is wrong.
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I know this sounds like an odd thing to say, but let's jump right in. Smoke detectors are radioactive. They contain a tiny amount of Americium 241, which is a radioactive element that gives off alpha particles as it decays. If you've ever wondered why smoke detectors all have to be connected to the electrical system (due to their reliance on batteries), it's because alpha particles can't travel through wires or air, they only travel through solids - usually with the help.
In a time when most people want to be seen as "progressive," many people overlook the underlying principles that guide the great achievements of our society. In this post, we'll cover four of these principles and how they can help you reach your goals. #pragmatism:Pragmatism is a philosophical movement that was started in America at the end of the 19th century by Charles Sanders Peirce and William James. The basic idea is something doesn't work.
Wake up! The fire department is socialist. No, I'm not being an alarmist or taking political sides here. I'm just stating a fact that will be better understood after you read this article. We all know what smoke detectors are and what they do - detect smoke before it's too late to stop a fire from starting or spreading. But how exactly does the detector work? Well, "it works by measuring ionization of air molecules with a Geiger counter tube."
The first step to dismantling the fire department is to realize that it is not a government entity. It is, in fact, an independent non-profit organization.
In a free market, all fire departments would go out of business. This is because private companies would come in and do their job better and cheaper. A completely privatized society with no government intervention would have people paying for fire protection services from insurance agencies if they wanted to protect their assets from the threat of fire.
America has an undeniable problem with its current political climate. People on both side of the aisle are tired of the name calling and the polarization. People are growing frustrated with politicians that will not compromise to get things done, and they are growing fed up with a system that seems to have no hope for reform. This is why people have decided to do something about it. They have started local groups in their hometowns, formed grassroots movements, protested in Washington D.C., campaigned for state representatives, and more. The thing they all have in common is that they don’t want.
I’m not saying you shouldn’t care about fire safety. I’m just saying that if there were no fire department, fewer people would die in fires each year. Think of it this way: if the number of fires goes down, surely quality of life will go up!
It is time to rethink how we fund the fire department. They are doing more harm than good by killing our economy and causing cancer.
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