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Danoff

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This video has everything. 666, the f word, milfs, crazomedians.
Seth: Crazomedians?
It's that thing where a preachy lady invents stuff at a conference and you don't know whether to laugh or cry...
 
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I was promised MILFs in the video and did not get MILFs. I feel like this is one of those added that tell me there are hot singles in my area looking for me.
 

Danoff

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Here's a cliffs notes on the issue for the uninitiated. The "fire in a crowded theater" example was an aside justification to censor socialist political speech in the US, and is not the standard we use for free speech today (nor has it ever been).
 
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Schenck, the case in which Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. uttered the oft-cited (incorrectly, even) dicta, wasn't really about socialist speech. It was about anti-draft pamphleteering by individuals who happened to be socialists. It was an awful, awful, awful, awful ruling, and that it was unanimous makes it that much worse.

 

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It was about anti-draft pamphleteering by individuals who happened to be socialists.
Fair enough. I always linked that with their political beliefs but I suppose anti-draft isn't socialist in and of itself, and so even if it is linked with their political beliefs it should probably not be labeled "socialist".

Basically I pictured it as socialists saying "We socialists are anti-draft!" And so it was called socialist political speech. But you're right to point out that that's not exactly fair.
 
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