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    Today, 11:01 AM
    oyarde replied to a thread For Sale: Feb 01 I expanded space in Marketplace
    This morning I put out some silver Seated Liberty dimes , mostly 1853 - 1891 in Cases C239 and P 20 and some more silver Morgan dollars, mostly 1878 - 1890 .
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    Today, 10:25 AM
    They were the only ones getting fat because everyone else who even had an opportunity to over eat was working that ass off .
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    Today, 09:58 AM
    Last night I picked up an Uncirculated 1864 Copper Nickel Indian Cent , a 1914 silver Proof Barber dime and an Extra Fine 1919 silver Mercury dime . I think I am keeping the Proof dime . Undecided on the Indian Cent , I would value it at around 231.00 so I probably would not sell it below 189.00 , maybe I will put it in my Type Set .
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    Today, 09:27 AM
    There may well be a bit too much eating and sugar going on but also we have a current culture where many do not get enough activity in the work they do for the 6 in ten who actually work .
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    Yesterday, 11:53 PM
    I'm not sure what effect the author of the OP article hoped to achieve by relating this particular anecdote. If it was shocked recoil at the interrogator's reply, then the attempt is (or should be) a complete failure. The interrogator is correct, as far as it goes. In fact, I would go even further and drop the word "necessarily." It's unfastidious, mush-brained nonsense like "all perspectives are valid" that has led directly to a world full of just the sort of insanities described in the article.
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    Yesterday, 11:04 PM
    Fixed. Just how do you "lose" something you didn't have to begin with? (File in same drawer as "an increase in spending is a spending 'cut' if the increase is not as large as some other previously-only-notional-and-now-completely-irrelevant number" ...)
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    Yesterday, 10:05 PM
    Yes , movie goers are like stamp collectors . There were a lot of stamp collectors when stamps were 6 to 13 cents , very few now .
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    Yesterday, 09:51 PM
    Apart from Renner, I've never heard of any of those people. I have no idea what they might have been in or if I've ever seen them in anything. And I only know Renner because of the Marvel/Avengers stuff. (Also, IIRC, I think he was the lead in that Jason Bourne movie that didn't have Jason Bourne in it.)
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    Yesterday, 09:30 PM
    They are gonna lose.
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    Yesterday, 08:57 PM
    It is top ten worthy with Philly , Baltimore , Cleveland , DC .
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    Yesterday, 08:52 PM
    Overall , a pretty good list to avoid unless for some reason you were raised there and comfortable . Not places to move to certainly .
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    Yesterday, 08:51 PM
    Then , Compton , Little Rock , Gary , Pueblo , Rockford Ill , Youngstown , San Bernardino , the rest of the state of california , Homestead Fla and Hartford Ct.
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    Yesterday, 08:46 PM
    Then , ( in least worst order ) some of these , Buffalo , Canton , Fresno , Tuscon , Trenton , Dayton , Springfield Mass , Merced , Miami Beach , Stockton , Daytona Beach , Charleston WV and Shreveport rounds out 34 to 21 ......
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    Yesterday, 08:40 PM
    The bottom part ( 35 to 50 ) includes these ( in least worst order ) Fort Smith Arkansas , Gainesville , Atlanta , Tacoma , Jackson Miss , Syracuse NY , Miami Fla , North Charelston SC , South Bend , New Haven Ct , Tallahassee , Kalamazoo, Knoxville , Toledo .Looks accurate
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    Yesterday, 07:41 PM
    oyarde replied to a thread Danke, do something in Open Discussion
    AirAsia India must have lured Danke in with a higher salary
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    Yesterday, 07:31 PM
    We used to drop a lot of bombs and kill innocent people.
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    Yesterday, 06:54 PM
    That is correct . Too much wasted time on immigration . That time would be better spent finding something dems are willing to cut spending on .
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    Yesterday, 06:42 PM
    Will western civilization and culture as you think of it survive ? Probably not . Oyarde will survive though and live luxuriously .
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    Yesterday, 05:52 PM
    Monsoons continue .
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    Yesterday, 05:51 PM
    Dump it .
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    Yesterday, 05:32 PM
    I am not sure if that is a good idea because it replaces one system of brainwashing with another, and both achieve the exact same thing, fixed habits of reaction to any figure of authority. I think his best chance is to eliminate the instruction of others, including either of us, and do it for himself.
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    Yesterday, 05:00 PM
    First of all, understand that you need to have Many Goals, not just ones that suit what you want. That is usually the hardest thing to do as a parent. The way that many of the lessons that achieve the goals is often very counter intuitive, and will go completely against your instincts as a parent. Thats the basic idea of Reverse Psychology, but when that label is not clearly understood, efforts to try to apply reverse psychology can easily backfire. I am sure that you dont want to see your kid fail at all. Most parents dont. But, at the same time, most parents set their kids up to fail because they have become over protective and not letting the children learn how to cope with failures. It is one of the most important lessons any person can learn in life. Its also why there are theories out there that say that the A Student often works for the C Student. The reason for that is the C Student is used to things not working out perfectly, and having the tenacity to continue working towards a solution, while the A Student simply shuts down if things dont work out perfectly for them immediately. One critically important factor is that you have to REJECT THE GRADES OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS. I cant emphasize this enough. Everyone one is good at something. And not everyone is interested, or good at the things we are expected to be good at. Imagine yourself in school. You fail an Art class. Then you go home to your parents, and they tell you "its okay, not everyone is good at drawing or art". What that teaches is that Art itself as a focus is useless, and the level of interest you have is irrelevant because the demands of society comes first. Now, imagine you come home from school. Not your kid, but YOU. YOU failed math. You simply did not understand. You get your ass handed to you because it is considered a fundamental skill that you must excel at. The psychological consequences of this type of judgement are tremendous. It starts with creating a sense of self doubt which later leads to other major problems such as emotional dependency on authority as well as teaching that everything is hard. If you need to see the results of making children feel shame or guilt for getting poor grades in emphasized subjects, just look at the Youth of America today. Do you think they have any self esteem what so ever? Any confidence? Any ambition? A few do, but not enough to place the US as even a decent place to live any more. The Grades that your kid receives from ANY Public School MUST be taken into context of the School. Did your kid fail in school, or did School itself fail your kids? Now, your kid is good at something. And not just at texting or posting selfies. But there are other hidden dormant underlying and often undiscovered skills your kid is probably an absolute genius at. Those are what need to be found and encouraged because of the secondary lesson of "if you are good at this, what else are you good at"? That type of encouragement builds Self Esteem, Self Worth and maintains a Healthy Interest in many areas they could potentially be great at. If you only focus on the bad stuff and only what the Professionals tell you, then you are setting your kid up for failure and teaching them to undermine any Self Reliance. Fish are great at swimming. But if you teach a Fish that it is stupid based on its ability to climb a tree, then the Fish will grow up and believe it is a worthless piece of shit for the rest of its life. And that is exactly what Public School does. Your job as a parent is to offer as much incentive which turns your child into a confident and self reliant person. It is hard enough to do that, but, now that you know you have to resist the urge to accept the passing judgement of a system that sets your kid up for failure, you have twice as much work to do. We are always told to "think before we speak". That holds true even as adults. If you punish a kid for disobedience, what is the...
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    Yesterday, 04:22 PM
    Earlier today , I picked up an About Uncirculated 1940 silver Mercury dime , an uncirculated 40 percent silver 1967 silver Half , an 1886 Indian Cent and an 1857 Flying Eagle Cent in Good and an uncirculated 1945 silver Mercury dime .
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    Yesterday, 04:15 PM
    From your link: (most)Fruits are also acidic. Acidity doesn't cause diabetes or even insulin resistance. To cause these things, you have to trigger an insulin response in the body with sugar of some kind. (Breads do it as glycogen, for example) The insulin response fleshmeats trigger is insignificant.
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    Yesterday, 04:01 PM
    Pretty much what I would do , start on the line and take the rest from them , however many feet I needed .
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