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  1. And it should be noted, once again, that such...

    To be fair, it takes little education, training and intelligence to work as a server. You can do it without being a high school grad, and possibly even without possessing the ability to match your...
  2. The problem was that the Bush cabal was very...

    The problem was that the Bush cabal was very careful about not committing any crimes in the literal, legal sense. Or, rather, making sure that what crimes they did commit were not technically...
  3. Her words: If, as you (and he) claimed, he...

    Her words:



    If, as you (and he) claimed, he recognised her, then that must have meant he deliberately faced toward a hedge in an attempt to hide from her, only to then "suddenly" swing around...
  4. So you don’t know what that phrase refers to. ...

    What do you think that phrase refers to? This should be—as with everything you post—both hilarious and deeply tragic.[/QUOTE]

    I know it has to do with prices, but I am using it in a "freedom...
  5. What do you think that phrase refers to? This...

    What do you think that phrase refers to? This should be—as with everything you post—both hilarious and deeply tragic.
  6. Context that you deliberately omitted.

    Context that you deliberately omitted.
  7. You clearly don't understand what a "right" is or...

    You clearly don't understand what a "right" is or how they are manifest.



    You mean like Chick-Fil-A?



    Unless you have a certain percentage of melanin in your skin.
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    Good to bookmark from FiveThirtyEight: Do...

    Good to bookmark from FiveThirtyEight: Do Americans Support Impeaching Trump?



    Of particular note is how it went from 33.9% of Independents in favor prior to the Ukraine news to 45.6% in favor...
  9. And third because if you hadn’t used a very...

    I shorten reports and articles in the quotes for two main reasons. First, I remove material not centrally relevant to the story or the discussion points so that the OP isn't a tldr wall of text....
  10. Resignation. Public opinion has already breached...

    Resignation. Public opinion has already breached the majority mark (and we’re nowhere near the deep end of impeachment) and Trump doing Putin’s bidding in regard to Syria has tipped the scales among...
  11. And more bumper sticker sophistry.

    And more bumper sticker sophistry.
  12. :rolleyes: That article cites this...

    :rolleyes:



    That article cites this research paper.

    And in it they state right up front:
  13. Ok, you want a wall of text? You got it. ...

    Ok, you want a wall of text? You got it.



    And the answer is painfully obvious to anyone not brainwashed into a cult. The only thing that would matter to Rome is insurrection. You know, like...
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    It is!!!??? OH MY GOD! NOT HYPOCRISY. And you...

    It is!!!??? OH MY GOD! NOT HYPOCRISY. And you say it is there for all who have eyes to see!?? :eeka:

    Whatarewegonnadowhatarewegonnadowhatarewegonnado:nervous:
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    What’s truly despicable about this mafia argument...

    What’s truly despicable about this mafia argument is that the purpose behind it is to expose the patriots (I also refuse to use the term “whistleblower”) so that they can be flooded with death...
  16. Well, the problem with the study is that it isn't...

    Well, the problem with the study is that it isn't starting with all things being equal. If you gave me $500 six months ago (before my wife and I got devastated financially due to her mother's...
  17. The very fact that they purposefully qualify...

    The very fact that they purposefully qualify their analysis with "behavioral" argues against your perception:



    They very clearly delineate (1) income stagnation, (2) getting into debt due to...
  18. Now we need to merge the other threads about the...

    Saving is a case of the tragedy of the commons, where individual benefit gives shared loss. This form of it is the paradox of thrift, where if everybody saves everything, economic activity grinds to...
  19. The question--as always--is HOW? You can't just...

    The question--as always--is HOW? You can't just send in jackboots to kick your neighbor's door down because he has a bigger pile of gold in his basement than you do and you think you just deserve to...
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    Ah, yes. I didn't see that. Regardless, the US...

    You are misreading that. Among Independents that said they disapprove of President Trump, 45% were against all of it, 45% were against most of it. That is NOT to be mistaken that 90% of...
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    Well, this...

    Well, this is interesting:

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    90% of Independents disapprove of most or everything Trump does as do 76% of Republicans.

    And this from today's US News & World Report (emphasis mine):
  22. Some most definitely are. But why are they doing...

    They're doing that already.[/quote]

    Some most definitely are. But why are they doing it? In order to game this new system.



    Yes, well, being a "greedy fuck" is not something that can be...
  23. Here is an excellent article that goes into the...

    Here is an excellent article that goes into the meat of the issues: Why We Need to Stop Obsessing Over CEO Pay Ratios. Try to ignore the title (or the fact that it’s published by Harvard Business...
  24. Actually, I said: That's not what the...

    :confused: How so?[/QUOTE]

    You ranted about the big problem is people don't save money. [/quote]

    Actually, I said:
  25. They were evidently recommending something more...

    Like social security where the government makes you pay FICA taxes....or like a defined pension where the company does pretty much the same thing? [/quote]

    They were evidently recommending...
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