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Stan Slaughter - Unintended Consequences album flac Performer: Stan Slaughter
Title: Unintended Consequences
Style: Folk
MP3 album: 1778 mb
FLAC album: 1732 mb
Rating: 4.3
Other formats: VOC ADX AA AUD MP2 ASF AIFF
Genre: Folk and Country

All words and music by Stan Slaughter except "Excuse Me, Sir!" and "What Can I Use Instead?", by Ann Rowland. Matrix, Runout: L388 8635 SLAUGHTER D31111-10 A. Mould SID Code: IFPI 8100.

In the social sciences, unintended consequences (sometimes unanticipated consequences or unforeseen consequences) are outcomes that are not the ones foreseen and intended by a purposeful action. The term was popularised in the twentieth century by American sociologist Robert K. Merton. Unintended consequences can be grouped into three types: Unexpected benefit: A positive unexpected benefit (also referred to as luck, serendipity or a windfall).

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Unintended Consequences is a novel by John Ross, first published in 1996 by Accurate Press. The story chronicles the history of the gun culture, gun rights, and gun control in the United States from the early 1900s through the late 1990s. Although clearly a work of fiction, the story is heavily laced with historical fact, including historical figures who play minor supporting roles.

Talk about unintended consequences. Unintended, but not unforeseeable. The American Veterinary Medical Association figured out years ago what would happen in the wake of a horse-slaughter ban. So did many state-level Veterinary Medical Associations. But the Humane Society of the United States out-lobbied them. Whenever an animal-rights charity tugs on both your heartstrings and your purse-strings, fast-forward the story they’re telling you and think about how it might end. In the case of HSUS, sometimes it leads to the sort of animal cruelty that the group would be protesting if anyone else were responsible. America may never again have a horse slaughter industry, but I suspect HSUS doesn’t much care. It’s already cashed in. No sense beating a dead horse.

Unintended Consequences is an optional quest received from the Chanter's Board in Redcliffe Village. A creature of some kind has been slaughtering merchants, and the Chantry would like someone to investigate.

Unintended Consequences Unintended Consequences. 4. The Pirate's Treasure. 5. The Tempest Crown. Unintended Consequences. Find the Void Stone in Drustvar. Void Stone activated.

We should recognize that simplistic solutions to complex issues have unintended consequences. Let us not be bullied and coerced into precipitously adopting unproven and technically imperfect technology. About 50,000 decrepit . horses languishing in neglect and 50,000 transported to slaughter in Mexico attest to the myopic and single minded vision of welfare activists.

Actions have consequences. Unfortunately, those consequences are not always entirely welcome, intended, or predictable. Sometimes the cure can be worse than the disease, as these examples of the law of unintended consequences demonstrate. 10. Macquarie Island. Located in the vast expanse of almost entirely empty ocean between Australia and Antarctica, Macquarie Island is so remote that nobody knew of its existence until 1810.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Household Hazardous Waste
Harmony Vocals – Linda WheelerViolin – Keith Vanwinkle
3:04
2 Half Pint Can Of Bright Red Paint
Harmony Vocals – Linda WheelerLead Guitar – Tom Ransom
3:38
3 Lead
Lead Guitar – Tom Ransom
2:48
4 Bad Actors
Harmony Vocals – Rick MareskeViolin – Keith Vanwinkle
2:35
5 Don't Let The Goo Get You
Harmonica – Ham Kirkland*Harmony Vocals – Karla Peterie, Rick MareskeLead Guitar – Mike Roark
3:14
6 Teenager In Wasteland
Arranged By, Performer – Tom Ransom
3:43
7 What Can I Use Instead?
Harmony Vocals – Linda WheelerSongwriter – Ann Rowland
2:14
8 Storm Drain Stenciling
Lead Guitar – Mike Roark
2:19
9 Excuse Me, Sir! That's My Aquifer
Harmony Vocals – Carla Peterie*, Rick MareskeSongwriter – Ann Rowland
3:10
10 We're All Connected
Lead Guitar – Tom Ransom
3:28
11 Shoppin'
Lead Guitar – Rick Mareske
3:58

Companies, etc.

  • Produced At – Tall Oak Productions
  • Recorded At – Ransomed Productions

Credits

  • Artwork – Sylvia Hein
  • Bass, Drums, Keyboards, Engineer – Tom Ransom
  • Graphic Design – Rae Peterson
  • Photography – David Longhofer
  • Rhythm Guitar, Lead Vocals, Producer, Songwriter – Stan Slaughter

Notes

All words and music by Stan Slaughter except "Excuse Me, Sir!" and "What Can I Use Instead?", by Ann Rowland

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: L388 8635 SLAUGHTER D31111-10 A
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 8100