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    Today, 10:13 AM
    That’s why you are such a happy woman...
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    Today, 12:03 AM
    ďSheís a bright, well connected, sadistic sociopath.Ē
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    Yesterday, 11:47 PM
    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/asia/chinese-new-year-2018-blackface-sketch-tv-gala-china-celebration-a8213471.html A comic performance on China’s biggest New Year variety show has caused widespread outrage after a Chinese actor appeared in blackface make-up, leading to accusations of racism. Aired on Chinese television network CCTV, the sketch was part of the Spring Festival Gala which is said to be the world’s most watched television programme with up to 800 million viewers. The performance was intended to shine a positive light on the relationship between Africa and China – but many have called it inappropriate and “embarrassing”. Juleswin lodges complaint.
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    Yesterday, 10:04 PM
    Alert them? He had like 39 visits from the police already.
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    Yesterday, 10:01 PM
    Guns in Minnesota have allowed us to keep Injuns to just harvesting wild rice restricted to their reservations and doing commerce ripping off productive citizens to their casinos. It keeps the peace with such savages. We have learned from the past.
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    Yesterday, 09:54 PM
    The FBI doesn’t need to trample on his rights, just divert man power to monitor such individuals instead of going towards wild goose chases in the partisan election probe. prevention is worth a pound of cure
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    Yesterday, 05:04 PM
    "Nowadays we have diplomats work on wars for years before arranging them. That's so when it's over, nobody will know what they were fighting for. We lost thousands and spent billions, and you could hand a sheet of paper to one million different people and tell 'em to write down what the last war was for, and the only answer that will be alike will be, 'Damned if I know.'"--Will Rogers
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    Yesterday, 03:30 PM
    Ain't being a taxpayer grand?
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    Yesterday, 03:24 PM
    I bet against markets in 2008. Then bet on them again one fine afternoon in October, and have been since. Worked really, really well. Just because you say I should allow myself to be fleeced with a gambler's flock doesn't mean I'm not going to try to repeat my performance. Because fuck you, that's why. That said, it's true it's dumb to sell after the drop. But while the 'going back up' part has always happened to the market as a whole, it doesn't always happen for the individual stocks that make the market up. Does it?
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    Yesterday, 03:14 PM
    Oh, I agree completely. But at this point, are the fundamentals really everything he says they are? The trick isn't to decide if the bulls or the bears are right, because they do always both get proven right in the end. The trick is figuring out when each is going to be right. The volatility has started. Four and a half percent corrections are not the apocalypse, but they bear watching (so to speak). 2008 taught us that volatility is still a sign. But the big question is not whether Schiff saying it's 'near' means it'll happen any time soon. The big question is, is the next correction going to be as deep and wide as he says it is? That's not a question of whether Schiff should ever be listened to in matters of timing. That's a matter of whether the fundamentals are as he says they are, or if the system can blow us a few more bubbles. Schiff never believed it could blow a bubble this big, while Zippy thinks it can blow a bubble of infinite size. Well, neither one is credible. So, when do we stop believing the one and realize the other is about to get his turn to be right?
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    Yesterday, 02:43 PM
    Gee, Zippy. Let me get my Magic 8 Ball out. Be right with you...
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    Yesterday, 02:39 PM
    And? Once again, I refer you to what the market did between 1929 and 1932. A big bubble was blown, and then that bubble blew. We won't know if Schiff was right or wrong until we see where this 25,000 point bubble goes. Will we? You can keep pointing out that there's a bubble which hasn't popped yet until you're blue in the fingers. But the fact of the matter is, by bragging about the ripe fullness of the bubble you're merely pointing out that there's a bubble.
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    Yesterday, 02:32 PM
    In before Zippy tells us the Fed only controls the money supply, it has nothing to do with the balance of supply and demand where our money is concerned.
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    Yesterday, 02:29 PM
    And? If you're thinking the stock market can't rise during the early stages of a depression, go review what it did between November of 1929 and the spring of 1932. If we weren't, why was the Fed printing all that money at the time? Just because they like making money the old fashioned way?
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    Yesterday, 02:22 PM
    Not yet. Did he say it was already underway? Or did he merely say it was inevitable if the U.S. continued blowing this bubble, sooner or later? It wasn't sooner. Later isn't over yet, and you know it.
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    Yesterday, 02:11 PM
    What? Russia did to us what the U.S. government also did to us--and every other nation on the face of the Earth?
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    Yesterday, 02:00 PM
    No shit. 'The system is screwing lots if people.' 'Take up a hobby.' You could learn ice sculpting, because that's some icy coldness being shoveled your way.
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    Yesterday, 01:57 PM
    Is that what he predicted in 2008? No? Then how is that a schtick? If the man believes we reacted to 2008 by blowing bigger and bigger bubbles, and that it's going to be a Big Bang when they pop, then that's his prediction. If that was his whole schtick, he's have been predicting that prior to 2008. He wasn't. Has this dead cat bubble bounce lasted far, far longer than he expected? Has he denied that? And how do you square 'Banks fail. Runaway inflation. Gold going a lot higher,' with, 'Eventually there will be another one, and he will again claim he is always right'? Is 'another one' his prediction, or is 'banks fail, runaway inflation' his prediction? Can't you make up your mind?
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    Yesterday, 01:47 PM
    Well, Rand is a successful candidate too. And what he does is try to show how he's representing his voters without causing them discomfort by destroying their cherished myths, or alienating them by telling them how they're lying to themselves. That's how he won a statewide election, which is more than his father ever did. When should he stop pretending Trump can be salvaged? When the polls indicate 50% of Kentucky voters see through him? When polls indicate 50% of Kentucky Republicans see through him? Just remember--when he does stop pretending, he can no longer go to Trump and say, 'I'm the only person in this town giving you cover, but I can't keep it up unless you throw the voters this bone...'
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    Yesterday, 01:35 PM
    Did you not watch the video? Or did you watch it, and make up your mind to fool people about what's in it? He's not predicting just another recession. He's predicting systemic collapse. Do you suppose he'll be claiming he was right if we have just another recession?
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    Yesterday, 12:49 PM
    Now you're sounding like Matt Collins, with his obnoxious little 'Incorrect'. You can be right without him being wrong. He's trying and failing to compare apples to your oranges. Yes, those books on his list have outsold Fifty Shades. Most of them have been for sale about a hundred years longer, too. When are you going to learn Zippy rarely lies? He just sticks facts in the conversation that might seem relevant, but in fact don't shed one candlepower of actual light on the subject.
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    Yesterday, 12:36 PM
    I don't think humor will help, C.C. The important points were all made long ago. I think we're down to people who worked at their relationships only to have them end anyway, and people still working at their relationships even though they aren't gaining much from them any more, taking their frustrations out on each other. I think it's time to stop interrupting their healthy venting.
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    Yesterday, 12:27 PM
    Actually, he's just almost clear that in the first quote he's talking about most PUA types, and in the second he's pretty clearly talking about those men who study their techniques. In my experience, most natural-born PUAs are straight-up psychopaths, and most non-psychopaths that successfully land the relatively small percentage of very good and desirable women study the techniques of the psychopaths very closely.
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