[T_Pop]: Happy New Year!!!
[Jino "ChaoS" Silver_flamE]: For many years!
[Jino "ChaoS" Silver_flamE]: I'm still interested!
[Falx]: Happy New Year, y'all!
[Jino "ChaoS" Silver_flamE]: ^_^ And when is the badge finally gonna get done?
[Falx]: When I get around to it. I got a new job this past August and haven't really had a whole lot of time. Sorry ^_^;
[Kayne]: The e.g. from Mac Donalds was pure luck. The lady askes 1. not to make it too hot. The employees ignored it because they were told they couldn't serve under a certain number of 'hotness' or they will be fired. So they did as told. The women was severly hurt. 'Own fault'? Maybe. But Mac Donalds was mainly prosecuted because they had an attidude 'we do it this way, and refuse to change it'. Get your facts strait. Really.
[M_Sinner]: The point remains, she would FEEL that it was hot. And she still put it on her lap. Then spilled it, as opposed to saying, take this back, give me my $#%@ing money, or putting it in a cup holder, or etc, etc. It's not whose fault it is, but the poor judgement used. Get your sense straight. Really.
[Kayne]: Read the link. Really.
[M_Sinner]: Haha!!! I am such a moron. I had thought that you were reffering to the allusion to said case in the above part of the wiki. My apologies.
[Kayne]: I really wonder what you do on this wiki, if you can't see the link. Unless they is another really famous case in which a lady prosecutes Mac Donald for spilling coffee over herself, this is exacly the case I'm talking about.
[M_Sinner]: I'm trying to pick up some of the excess common sense in hopes of bettering myself.
[Kayne]: Common sense is fine. I even preach it, as much as possible. Try reading Kant, Schopenhauer and Hume without craving for common sense. But the e.g. is just plain misleading.
[Kayne]: Try G.E.Moore. A writer/philoso
[Jino "ChaoS" Silver_flamE]: BTW, she wouldn't feel it's hot. The cups are made from a thermo-isolati
[Jino "ChaoS" Silver_flamE]: Thanks! Here in bulgaria it's called... ((tries to transcribe)) Styropor.