Philosophical Multicore

Sometimes controversial, sometimes fallacious, sometimes thought-provoking, and always fun.

Political Compass

Posted by Michael Dickens on June 26, 2009

I took this political test. Some of the questions were interesting, so I want to justify my responses here. Please read it, since making all these quote and bold tags was a pain and I want it to be worth something.

ON BIAS:
Political views vary greatly, and I am interested in why. Is there a single “correct” political position that people only fail to see because of biases? Is an unbiased perspective even possible?

I am not going to go too much into that. I don’t want to analyze my own biases too much because it requires revelation of a lot of personal information, but I want to point out something about my stance on economics.

I do not have income, nor do I pay taxes. This reduces bias in terms of economic issues (lower class want to tax the rich, while the rich want flat tax), though bias may still be present from my family’s economic status. My opinion on economic issues is therefore less biased than the opinion of any adult. Therefore, if you are an adult, you should value my opinion and the opinion of any moderately well informed youth. If you are reading this, Luke, I would like to hear your own minimally-biased opinion on some of this material, since we tend to disagree a lot.

***

All quoted grammatical errors are their error, not mine.

If economic globalisation is inevitable, it should primarily serve humanity rather than the interests of trans-national corporations.

Strongly agree. Humanity as a whole is one of the most important things (most important of its size, and third most important after the universe and the earth (the solar system is not really a unit of importance, nor is the galaxy)).

I’d always support my country, whether it was right or wrong.

Strongly disagree. I see no possible way to justify supporting a country in immoral acts.

No one chooses his or her country of birth, so it’s foolish to be proud of it.

Agree. This seems self-explanatory to me.

Our race has many superior qualities, compared with other races.

Strongly disagree. Different races of humans are so genetically similar that there are no real differences.

The enemy of my enemy is my friend.

Disagree. To look at it mathematically, this is only true if “enemy” equals -1. a*-1*-1 = a. Back to reality, this implies that one’s enemy is the direct opposite of oneself, which is not necessarily the case.

Military action that defies international law is sometimes justified.

Agree. I do believe that international law should override national law, but sometimes international law is wrong.

There is now a worrying fusion of information and entertainment.

Strongly disagree. The only people who disagree with this statement are people who grew up without the fusion and are afraid of change.

People are ultimately divided more by class than by nationality.

Agree. Nationality is arbitrary, while class is concrete.

Controlling inflation is more important than controlling unemployment.

Disagree. Inflation negatively affects many people, but only a little. Unemployment severely affects people.

Because corporations cannot be trusted to voluntarily protect the environment, they require regulation.

Strongly agree. If we are assuming that businesses cannot be trusted, then of course they require regulation.

“from each according to his ability, to each according to his need” is a fundamentally good idea.

Strongly agree. I would not agree as strongly, but it says “fundamentally” which implies that it is more theoretical. In practice, a society that embodies this ideal can be easily exploited. If we find humane some way to prevent this exploitation, then I would love to live in a society that embodies this.

It’s a sad reflection on our society that something as basic as drinking water is now a bottled, branded consumer product.

Strongly disagree. To agree with this statement requires intense foundational bias: the agreer must assume that selling a product somehow completely ruins it.

Land shouldn’t be a commodity to be bought and sold.

Disagree. This requires a similar foundational bias to that of above. I do not strongly disagree, and instead only disagree, because buying and selling land can sometimes lead to a devaluation of animals living on the land. But as long as the animals are all right, there is nothing wrong with selling land. (By “animals” I really mean basically mammals, since I don’t really care about insects as individuals.)

It is regrettable that many personal fortunes are made by people who simply manipulate money and contribute nothing to their society.

Disagree. The very fact that they are making money by doing work proves that they are contributing something. What exactly are they contributing? I’m not an economist, but I would say that they are increasing the efficiency of the market by their manipulation of money.

Protectionism is sometimes necessary in trade.

Strongly agree. My strength in agreement comes from the “sometimes” clause.

The only social responsibility of a company should be to deliver a profit to its shareholders.

Strongly disagree. A company is responsible for various things, among them obeying the law and not defacing the environment.

The rich are too highly taxed.

Disagree. They can afford it.

Those with the ability to pay should have the right to higher standards of medical care .

Agree. If they are paying more, they are fueling the medical facilities. They deserve better care. This is not to say that those who can’t pay don’t deserve medical care.

Governments should penalise businesses that mislead the public.

Strongly agree. What the hell are they doing misleading people?

A genuine free market requires restrictions on the ability of predator multinationals to create monopolies.

Strongly agree. Monopolies hurt the consumer.

The freer the market, the freer the people.

Agree. When people are more free to make economic decisions, they are by definition more free.

Abortion, when the woman’s life is not threatened, should always be illegal.

Strongly disagree. See this, this.

All authority should be questioned.

Strongly agree. Benefits: bias, corruption or potential harm in the authority figure can be uncovered. Detriments: it takes time and *gasp* work! The benefits clearly outweigh the detriments. I am assuming that “all authority” really means “all authority that we didn’t just question five minutes ago”.

An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth.

Disagree. While better than many justice systems, this system is still outdated and inadequate. Cutting off a guy’s hand will not cure him of theft.

Taxpayers should not be expected to prop up any theatres or museums that cannot survive on a commercial basis.

Agree. If there is anything of real value in the theater/museum, it will sustain itself. If there isn’t, why waste taxpayers’ money when the taxpayers clearly don’t care about the theater/museum?

Schools should not make classroom attendance compulsory.

Disagree. School is a great social advantage, so that may be encouragement enough to attend, but sometimes people don’t know what’s in their own best interests or are just too lazy.

All people have their rights, but it is better for all of us that different sorts of people should keep to their own kind.

Strongly disagree. I see no sound justification for the statement.

Good parents sometimes have to spank their children.

Disagree. Parents very rarely *have to* do anything. There are multiple successful methods of parenting.

It’s natural for children to keep some secrets from their parents.

Agree. It’s natural, but they still shouldn’t do it.

Possessing marijuana for personal use should not be a criminal offence.

Disagree. Marijuana is harmful.

The prime function of schooling should be to equip the future generation to find jobs.

Agree. A job/career is central to a person’s lifestyle.

People with serious inheritable disabilities should not be allowed to reproduce.

Agree. See this.

The most important thing for children to learn is to accept discipline.

Strongly disagree. There are so many important things to learn. What about learning a career? What about learning to get along with others?

There are no savage and civilised peoples; there are only different cultures.

Agree. “Savage” and “civilized” are subjective labels.

Those who are able to work, and refuse the opportunity, should not expect society’s support.

Strongly agree. If they’re just lazy, there is no reason to support them.

When you are troubled, it’s better not to think about it, but to keep busy with more cheerful things.

Strongly disagree. The problem won’t just solve itself.

First-generation immigrants can never be fully integrated within their new country.

Disagree. This is an absolute statement, and absolute statements are rarely true. And it seems to me that the barrier between immigrants and a new country is small enough to be torn down.

What’s good for the most successful corporations is always, ultimately, good for all of us.

Disagree. Successful corporations are not connected to everyone, and are strongly connected to few.

No broadcasting institution, however independent its content, should receive public funding.

Agree. Consentingly-contributed donations from the public are acceptable, but tax-based donations are a violation of personal property (that property being money).

Our civil liberties are being excessively curbed in the name of counter-terrorism.

Agree. Terrorism is minor compared to an entire country’s liberties.

A significant advantage of a one-party state is that it avoids all the arguments that delay progress in a democratic political system.

Strongly disagree. A one-party state oppresses external viewpoints.

Although the electronic age makes official surveillance easier, only wrongdoers need to be worried.

Agree. Though the government may not be trustworthy, it is statistically unlikely that you personally are in danger of being spied on.

The death penalty should be an option for the most serious crimes.

Strongly disagree. I really need to write an entire post on this. For now, a summary: even felons have a right to life; the death penalty is more costly; innocents are sometimes falsely executed.

In a civilised society, one must always have people above to be obeyed and people below to be commanded.

Strongly disagree. Besides the fact that we already established that “civilized” doesn’t mean anything, there is no fundamental need for a hierarchical structure.

Abstract art that doesn’t represent anything shouldn’t be considered art at all.

Disagree. Some people just don’t understand art.

In criminal justice, punishment should be more important than rehabilitation.

Strongly disagree. Rehabilitation “cures” criminals; punishment only deters them.

It is a waste of time to try to rehabilitate some criminals.

Disagree. Just because we don’t know how to rehabilitate a particular criminal doesn’t mean it’s impossible.

The businessperson and the manufacturer are more important than the writer and the artist.

Disagree. Their importance cannot be compared in any linear way. Without the manufacturer, life is difficult. Without the artist, life is dull. (Not a bad quote for one in the morning.)

Mothers may have careers, but their first duty is to be homemakers.

Agree. Children need raising, and the mother is in the best position to do that. I also believe the same about fathers, though when there are two parents it somewhat lessens the importance of each parent.

Multinational companies are unethically exploiting the plant genetic resources of developing countries.

Disagree. I’m not sure what “plant genetic resources” are, but if they have to do with plants (as in the kingdom plantae), then I have no ethical problem with it.

Making peace with the establishment is an important aspect of maturity.

Disagree. Sometimes the establishment is wrong.

Astrology accurately explains many things.

Strongly disagree. What kind of idiot do you think I am?

You cannot be moral without being religious.

Strongly disagree. What kind of moron do you think I am? Morality stems from the evolutionary advantage of cooperation, not from religion. People were moral before 5000 years ago. Animals are moral.

Charity is better than social security as a means of helping the genuinely disadvantaged.

Agree. Charity is willingly and happily provided. Charity makes everyone happy. But I deny that this has anything to do with religion, since charity is possible without religion.

Some people are naturally unlucky.

Strongly disagree. By definition, this is impossible. Luck is not determined by nature. Luck is random.

It is important that my child’s school instills religious values.

Strongly disagree. What kind of doofus do you think I am?

Sex outside marriage is usually immoral.

Strongly agree. If the marital partners both consent to sex outside of marriage, then it is acceptable. If they don’t, then the unfaithfulness is unjustified. The “usually” clause is the reason for my strength in agreement.

A same sex couple in a stable, loving relationship, should not be excluded from the possibility of child adoption.

Strongly agree. See this.

Pornography, depicting consenting adults, should be legal for the adult population.

Strongly agree. They’re consenting. Adults are mature. What else do I have to say?

What goes on in a private bedroom between consenting adults is no business of the state.

Strongly agree. They’re consenting. No one’s watching. Get out of the way, state.

No one can feel naturally homosexual.

Strongly disagree. Homosexuality is primarily genetic, and therefore natural.

These days openness about sex has gone too far.

Disagree. People were a lot more open about sex 40,000 years ago.

***

***

So that’s the quiz. How did I score?

(The image is broken. Check out this link.)

This makes me significantly more libertarian-anarchist than authoritarian. I am pretty evenly balanced between liberal communism and absolute capitalism. This makes me something of a Mozart. And I’m pretty far from any politician from the 2008 presidential election, though I’m not too far from Joe Biden or Barack Obama.

I’m surprised. I thought I was a lot more left than that. I’ve taken studies before, but I’ve never thoroughly analyzed it. The analysis significantly affected my results.

ON DISTANCE:

It is important to recognise that The Political Compass™ is a continuum rather than consisting of hard and fast quadrants.

True. Is there some optimized method of determining how far apart two people are? A direct line – square root of (economic squared plus social squared) – is not the best option. Perhaps simply economy plus social? This puts me eight away from Joe Biden, but only six away from Ralph Nader. Of course, one should not just vote for the presidential candidate that one is closest to. The president has more power in some areas than others, so the areas of the president’s power should be weighted more heavily. For instance, the president has a lot of military power, but little power in issues such as gay marriage which are up to states. So it may be worth it to vote for a candidate who disagrees with you on gay marriage if the candidate agrees with you on military.

I encourage the readers to take this quiz and comment on your results if you come up with anything interesting.

Advertisements

5 Responses to “Political Compass”

  1. Phynnboi said

    ” ‘The death penalty should be an option for the most serious crimes.’

    Strongly disagree. I really need to write an entire post on this. For now, a summary: even felons have a right to life; the death penalty is more costly; innocents are sometimes falsely executed.”

    Let’s remove the innocence factor and focus on people who admit to committing heinous acts, or better yet, who have been videotaped committing them.

    My question would be, “Do you really think it more humane to torture someone for 20+ years than to simply put them out of their misery?”

    I ask because a lot of people who claim to oppose the death penalty do so because “it’s too easy on the criminal.” There’s really no high-ground–they quite simply want the criminal to be tortured, slowly, to death. These are the people who delight in prison rape jokes.

    I don’t know, it just seems to me that if you know for a fact that someone committed unspeakable acts*, and you’ve determined that the best course of action is to permanently remove them from society, the most humane thing to do is just kill them.

    * like this guy: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_E._Duncan_III

  2. mtgap said

    I don’t know, it just seems to me that if you know for a fact that someone committed unspeakable acts*, and you’ve determined that the best course of action is to permanently remove them from society, the most humane thing to do is just kill them.

    A life sentence isn’t necessarily torture. There are plenty of people who would prefer to spend the rest of their life in prison than be executed.

    But I see what you’re saying. It would be more humane to allow convicted felons to be executed if they request it. That’s not really the same as the death penalty, though, since it’s by choice.

    P.S. You can quote a block of text with the “blockquote” HTML tag.

  3. […] : "http%3A%2F%2Fmtgap.wordpress.com%2F2009%2F08%2F21%2Fmoral-matrix%2F" } Similar to my post on the Political Compass, I am going to write about my opinion on the Moral Matrix. See my post on the Political […]

  4. Matt said

    “If economic globalisation is inevitable, it should primarily serve humanity rather than the interests of trans-national corporations.”
    Strongly Agree
    I shouldn’t have to explain.

    “I’d always support my country, whether it was right or wrong.”
    Disagree
    This isn’t strongly disagree because I don’t want to piss of the feds.

    “No one chooses his or her country of birth, so it’s foolish to be proud of it.”
    Disagree
    That’s not how pride works. In a sense you shouldn’t be prideful of anything you did not do, so the fact that it was not chosen is irrelevant, but pride is really there to bind us together and make us a stronger whole. A better, more efficient beehive.

    “Our race has many superior qualities, compared with other races.”
    Agree
    I suppose there really isn’t a such thing is something simply being “superior” so I will just assume you mean better in my opinion. I am more attracted to females of my own race than of any other race, that is why I agree.

    “The enemy of my enemy is my friend.”
    Disagree
    Example: A hates B and C. B hates A and C. C hates A and B.

    “Military action that defies international law is sometimes justified.”
    Agree
    Example: The nation of Weak is being invaded by the nation known as Asshole. An international law agreed to by stupid people states that the country Strongandnice may not stop Asshole from being a dick.

    “There is now a worrying fusion of information and entertainment.”
    Strongly Agree
    It’s easier to dispense entertaining information if you don’t only use true information. People shouldn’t believe something just because it sounds cool. Example: “Scientists have found that humans use only ten percent of their brains.”

    “People are ultimately divided more by class than by nationality.”
    Disagree
    There could be cases where people are more divided by class then nationality, and vice versa.

    “Controlling inflation is more important than controlling unemployment.”
    Disagree
    I remember enough from my economics class to know that I don;t know enough about economics to say that either is more important.

    “Because corporations cannot be trusted to voluntarily protect the environment, they require regulation.”
    Strongly Disagree
    If regulations weren’t needed, Grover Cleveland wouldn’t have put them in place.

    “”from each according to his ability, to each according to his need” is a fundamentally good idea.”
    Strongly Agree
    It would be cool.

    “It’s a sad reflection on our society that something as basic as drinking water is now a bottled, branded consumer product.”
    Strongly Disagree
    If someone said this to me, I would first in my mind contemplate how much I dislike tools and sometimes just stupid people that try too hard not to be stupid. Then I would respond with “Cut your hair hippie.”

    “Land shouldn’t be a commodity to be bought and sold.”
    Disagree
    Cut your hair hippie.

    “It is regrettable that many personal fortunes are made by people who simply manipulate money and contribute nothing to their society.”
    Disagree
    That would be unfortunate if it were true. In my opinion however, the man that best fit this description is the professional artist. I don’t mind that guy that much, he’s okay.

    “Protectionism is sometimes necessary in trade.”
    Agree
    I’m thinking I need a haircut… Ha ha, just kidding.

    “The only social responsibility of a company should be to deliver a profit to its shareholders.”
    Disagree
    Define: Responsibility
    Note that it is not defined as “Whatever I want something to do.”

    “The rich are too highly taxed.”
    Disagree
    A chemical engineer makes more money then a custodian by a higher percentage then the amount of effort that goes into his job. It’s not Dusty’s fault he’s too stupid to be the lawyer his parents always wanted.

    “Those with the ability to pay should have the right to higher standards of medical care .”
    Disagree
    In the sense that I don’t want them to, they shouldn’t. However, they do.

    “Governments should penalize businesses that mislead the public.”
    Agree
    It’s really hard to make this law, and then hard to properly interpret it. I still think it’s a good idea.

    “A genuine free market requires restrictions on the ability of predator multinationals to create monopolies.”
    Disagree
    Then it wouldn’t really be a “free” market now would it? Kind of like how the only free country isn’t really a country, it’s just a land with people doing stuff.

    “The freer the market, the freer the people.”
    Disagree
    …what?

    “Abortion, when the woman’s life is not threatened, should always be illegal.”
    Disagree
    I don’t see why people assume that murder is a bad thing.

    “All authority should be questioned.”
    Strongly Disagree
    That would waste way too much time, hippie.

    “An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth.”
    Disagree
    Then we’re both blind and starving. Punishment is not revenge, and vice versa; it is meant to be a deterrent and nothing more.

    “Taxpayers should not be expected to prop up any theaters or museums that cannot survive on a commercial basis.”
    Agree
    If the people don’t care enough to go to a theater or a museum to support them then why waste taxes on them?

    “Schools should not make classroom attendance compulsory.”
    Agree
    They don’t. They don’t need to because the government does.

    “All people have their rights, but it is better for all of us that different sorts of people should keep to their own kind.”
    Disagree
    We don’t lack yer type ’round here, mister.

    “Good parents sometimes have to spank their children.”
    Strongly Agree
    Bad parents are afraid to spank their kids. Good parents are willing to help their children become functional members of society. Great parents have the genetics to not need to.

    “It’s natural for children to keep some secrets from their parents.”
    Agree
    These condoms can’t be my daughters… She tells me everything! I know because that’s what we agreed upon.

    “Possessing marijuana for personal use should not be a criminal offense.”
    Agree
    Either that or make alcohol illegal. Seriously, which is worse? A stoner that sits around and gets nothing done, or a man with a large truck that is too drunk to realize that he is too drunk to drive.

    “The prime function of schooling should be to equip the future generation to find jobs.”
    Agree
    I can’t think of another one right now, but I have a feeling I’m forgetting something important.

    “People with serious inheritable disabilities should not be allowed to reproduce.”
    Disagree
    I have infinity respect for a bipolar friend of mine that says she will only adopt to not spread it; but, everyone inherits disabilities.

    “The most important thing for children to learn is to accept discipline.”
    Disagree
    The most important thing for children is Jesus. The most important thing for anything is Jesus. The second most important thing is George Bush. Discipline comes in a close third.

    “There are no savage and civilized peoples; there are only different cultures.”
    Disagree
    Though these terms are rarely used correctly, they do have actual definitions.

    “Those who are able to work, and refuse the opportunity, should not expect society’s support.”
    Disagree
    While I don’t think they should have it, they should expect it because they are going to get it.

    “When you are troubled, it’s better not to think about it, but to keep busy with more cheerful things.”
    Disagree
    I only disagree because it’s not always true. It’s usually better though, if you can.

    “First-generation immigrants can never be fully integrated within their new country.”
    Disagree
    Our first few presidents (I think the first six) were first generation immigrants.

    “What’s good for the most successful corporations is always, ultimately, good for all of us.”
    Disagree
    Wait, what?

    “No broadcasting institution, however independent its content, should receive public funding.”
    Disagree
    Why not?

    “Our civil liberties are being excessively curbed in the name of counter-terrorism.”
    Agree
    I’m love ‘murrika too much to support the patriot act.

    “A significant advantage of a one-party state is that it avoids all the arguments that delay progress in a democratic political system.”
    Agree
    It should also be noted that a significant advantage of a multi-party system is less tyranny. And also, fuck China.

    “Although the electronic age makes official surveillance easier, only wrongdoers need to be worried.”
    Disagree
    I’m not paranoid or stupid enough to think everything is going to change into a Ray Bradbury world just because something new and frightening is happening, but I’m at least keeping my eyes open.

    “The death penalty should be an option for the most serious crimes.”
    Agree
    Like with the abortion thing, murder is not inherently bad. If someone isn’t showing any signs of getting nicer, remove them.

    “In a civilised society, one must always have people above to be obeyed and people below to be commanded.”
    Disagree
    This could only work in a rock-paper-scissors world, and I suck at that game.

    “Abstract art that doesn’t represent anything shouldn’t be considered art at all.”
    Disagree
    If it’s pretty to look at, or it somehow makes you happier, then you can call it art. Hell, you can call any change art, but then you’re just a pretentious asshole.

    “In criminal justice, punishment should be more important than rehabilitation.”
    Disagree
    Punishment is rehabilitation. It is not revenge.

    “It is a waste of time to try to rehabilitate some criminals.”
    Agree
    But it’s hard to know for sure who they are.

    “The businessperson and the manufacturer are more important than the writer and the artist.”
    Agree
    The businessperson and the manufacturer support the businessperson, the manufacturer, the artist, and the writer.

    “Mothers may have careers, but their first duty is to be homemakers.”
    Disagree
    This is true unless it isn’t. What I mean is, it’s only sometimes true that a mothers first duty is to be a homemaker, so the original statement is probably not true.

    “Multinational companies are unethically exploiting the plant genetic resources of developing countries.”
    I don’t know. How is this an opinion?

    “Making peace with the establishment is an important aspect of maturity.”
    Agree
    “If I’m the man then you’re the man and he’s the man as well so you can point your fucking finger up your ass!”

    “Astrology accurately explains many things.”
    Disagree
    Come on now.

    “You cannot be moral without being religious.”
    Disagree
    And now we return to Matthew Helm’s words that people just throw out there wherever they fucking feel like it. Number 3 on our list is… Communist! Number 2 on our list is… Green! And the number one spot on our list goes to… *drum roll* Moral! Thank you and have a good night folks!

    “Charity is better than social security as a means of helping the genuinely disadvantaged.”
    Disagree
    Charity might not happen. When it does, it’s variable.

    “Some people are naturally unlucky.”
    Agree
    Before agreeing, I mentally translated this to say “Some people have a harder time then others.”

    “It is important that my child’s school instills religious values.”
    Disagree
    I’ll do it, thanks though.

    “Sex outside marriage is usually immoral.”
    Disagree
    Things like this are why moral gets the #1 spot.

    “A same sex couple in a stable, loving relationship, should not be excluded from the possibility of child adoption.”
    Disagree
    I had a fun time in Civics class playing the devils advocate and debating quite successfully that gays shouldn’t be married. I used #1 a lot. I pissed people off a lot.

    “Pornography, depicting consenting adults, should be legal for the adult population.”
    Agree
    I’ve been looking at it since I was like 13 or so, so I can’t really disagree.

    “What goes on in a private bedroom between consenting adults is no business of the state.”
    Agree
    That is of course assuming that what they consented to was not to brutally murder a third person who does not consent.

    “No one can feel naturally homosexual.”
    Disagree
    What?

    “These days openness about sex has gone too far.”
    Disagree
    I disagree with this statement because I had sex today, and am openly telling you about it. I stuck my penis in a bagina. A BAGINA!

    My results:
    Your political compass
    Economic Left/Right: -2.00
    Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -1.54

  5. Changed opinions as of August 2010:

    An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth.

    Strongly disagree. Punishment in itself is pointless; what we should be doing is rehabilitating the criminal and working to prevent future crime.

    Possessing marijuana for personal use should not be a criminal offence.

    Strongly agree. Similarly to above, we shouldn’t be punishing heavy marijuana users. We should be rehabilitating them. If they don’t need rehabilitation and they aren’t harming anyone else, then it shouldn’t be a criminal offense.

    People with serious inheritable disabilities should not be allowed to reproduce.

    Strongly disagree. If they choose to have children, they will have good reasons for doing so. Disabled children have plenty of opportunity for happiness. I find it odd (to say the least) that I ever agreed with this statement. I think maybe people with inheritable disabilities should be encouraged not to have children, but to disallow them from having children is too extreme.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

 
%d bloggers like this: