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    Today, 07:07 PM
    FB uses a "super cookie", that reportedly is almost impossible to avoid unless you only run private browsing and close and restart the browser constantly. http://money.cnn.com/2015/01/09/technology/security/super-cookies/
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    Today, 04:46 PM
    First Kushner was made an "advisor", now Ivanka is a "special assistant". Eric and the other one can't be far behind. Clearances coming too. http://www.nbcnews.com/politics/white-house/ivanka-trump-named-assistant-president-new-role-n740241
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    Today, 04:40 PM
    I'm going to bet that this only legalizes what they've been doing illegally for a long time already. It should be pretty obvious to any avid netizen that nothing has been private about browsing history for a long time. Besides, NSA has all of it any way.
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    Today, 04:36 PM
    Sounds like my kind of plan.
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    Today, 12:04 PM
    ^^^^^Or perhaps that's yet another example of someone else telling you what "money" is and how much it is worth, instead of letting free markets decide. I have no idea who Alexander Del Mar is but I bet he had a long banker track record and probably a long nose to match.
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    Today, 11:50 AM
    And I asked for context. You skipped that part. Obviously your question would be nonsense when we were in our 20's. We would have and did shop/work there, before the introduction of extreme sit-on-ass "progress". Still no reply. Booooooring. Though we both know the goal is to keep young people distracted, ignorant and sitting on their asses while their futures are basically turned into abject serfdom right under their noses. Hence the push to keep their faces buried in phones, rarely leaving their agenda 21 apartments while their freedom to travel is slowly removed and worrying about offending the 3% of gay people in the country.
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    Today, 02:34 AM
    You mean prior to Amazon and smartphones? Let's be real, shall we? People in their 20's aren't known for the ability to not be led around by the latest fad/peer pressure/brainwashing trend put out by the controlled media with the intention of promoting CIA-controlled corporations (looking at you, Bezos and Zuckerberg). People in their 20's generally do what is popular and easiest, not necessarily what is in their best interest.
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    Today, 02:09 AM
    He will. But the bankers want it so statements like in the OP article that it is "bitterly opposed" are false. It was bitterly opposed when it wasn't on the banker's timeline. It's part of their timeline now.
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    Yesterday, 04:30 PM
    You'd have to ask the resident Chuck E Cheese employees that question. It's their game and they make the rules. They would remind you that it's not your ticket (IBM) though. Stands to reason the answer would be 'yes', but then only if Chuck E Cheese didn't assert its ownership of the ticket in the meantime.
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    Yesterday, 01:51 PM
    The whole point is that you don't own stocks....the Fed owns all stocks through the Fed's holding companies. You are allowed to play with their stocks to maybe win the use of some more of their Fed bucks. It's also why they can take back much of your winnings through capital gains tax. Its like tickets at Chuck E Cheese. You can play their games to win tickets to use in their stores. They issue the tickets and they take them back. The tickets are worthless to a Chuck E. Cheese employee because they have unlimited access to them. Only tickets won with your "effort" have any value. And those tickets don't "buy" much any way.
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    Yesterday, 01:36 PM
    True. Never heard of a gold coin cooking its own books before. It's been interesting watching stocks the last two days. If Dow closes red today it would be the first 9 day losing streak since 1978. Headline reading algos preventing that bad omen, it seems. Release a couple of soft data surveys with rainbow headline keywords and let HAL save the day. Even the usual CNBC pumpers were all "da fuq?" today.
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    Yesterday, 01:23 PM
    It did what it was programmed to do and nothing more. That does mean it has no ability to predict the other car's movements. No ability to think critically and recognize the other car's failure to yield, thus avoiding a collision.
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    Yesterday, 12:51 PM
    You should probably read this. http://themillenniumreport.com/2016/03/dtcc-banking-scam/ DTC lists how to try to get a paper stock certificate. Good luck with that. http://www.dtcc.com/matching-settlement-and-asset-services/issuer-services/how-issuers-work-with-dtc
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    03-27-2017, 06:45 PM
    ^^^^^Both stocks and metals are inflation hedges. Except for the part where you do not retain any claim of ownership of the stocks in the markets.
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    03-27-2017, 06:33 PM
    Any video of the testimony? Here's the text of prepared remarks but unsure if there was a question/answer session: https://oversight.house.gov/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/Singleton-CfL-Statement-Legislative-Proposals-for-Transparency-3-23.pdf
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    03-27-2017, 01:25 PM
    What's that strategy? Futures this morning were down nearly 200.
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    03-27-2017, 02:33 AM
    The positive effect is that pedo/trafficking investigations and busts are WAY up. Low hanging fruit, yes, but awareness has been raised. Hopefully it's not over and I hope that Podesta and his associates of all stripes live their lives watching over their shoulders. There's nothing worse than preying on the defenseless. This video is a mind control/splintering method captured in real-time.
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    03-27-2017, 02:17 AM
    bump
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    03-26-2017, 11:24 AM
    A large mall went defunct in my area a few years ago. The city spent many millions to buy the property, with the promise of it being converted into a movie studio, park area, etc. Lots of big promises by city council. The only thing that actually happened was the owner got bailed out of his bad investment, the city spent a bunch of $$$, the mall was used as a SWAT and military training playground for a while and then was demolished. The land has sat empty since and hosts swap meets on the weekends. A fine appropriation of millions of taxpayer money, for sure. It'll probably end up being turned into yet another agenda 21/2030 stack and pack apartment complex at some point. I'd expect the same sort of story for the rest of the malls that go under in the near future.
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    03-26-2017, 11:05 AM
    Kokesh spent months in jail for HOLDING a shotgun in DC for a video and this guy here walks into a restaurant and fires a dreaded black rifle, barely spends a day in jail and walks away with a plea agreement a couple months later to a nothingburger charge. Oh and he just happened to shoot the only computer hard drive in the entire restaurant. Yeah, that doesn't smell at all. Does anyone pay attention to AJ anymore? He's clearly been subverted somehow. Probably the standard blackmail material operation.
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    03-25-2017, 07:34 PM
    They may as well all be strict constitutionalists right up until the point that NSA reminds them of all the blackmail material they have over their heads. Then it's "yes sir, whatever you say, sir" rulings.
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    03-25-2017, 07:26 PM
    Rather strange order. One would think it is bomb/terrorism related but I never take their justifications at face value. If it was terrorism concerns, why isn't Syria, Yemen or other hotspots included? Morocco but not Yemen? What other reasons could electronics be banned from incoming flights from only a few countries?
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    03-24-2017, 10:59 PM
    I agree, gotta cone first when dealing with this mess.
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    03-24-2017, 02:10 PM
    Lots of available FEMA camp structures too.
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    03-24-2017, 11:45 AM
    My SO was fired as a client by her dentist yesterday because she wouldn't agree to yearly x-rays that could be billed to her insurance company. She has magnificent teeth and had been doing x-rays every 5 years for preventative reasons alone. They claimed it was a liability thing. Yeah sure. The system is all screwed up. She also received a bill in the mail for $340 from some medical company but they couldn't explain what it was for, where it was from or anything. Just pay us $340. They told her it was probably a clerical error and to ignore it for now. I reminded her how a major part of Obamacare was the addition of hundreds of new diag codes into the systems. Hundreds of new ways to try to suck money out of the middle class.
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    03-24-2017, 11:36 AM
    Obamacare was a screw job from the start and there was no way to unwind the damage it was intended to cause. If it stays, the health care system continues to collapse to make way for single payer. If Ryancare (Rand calling it a insurance bailout is the most accurate characterization possible) is enacted, it does't stop the collapse, it only forces money to the insurance companies as they die on the vine. Single payer is still the outcome. The main difference was that under Obamacare people could "opt out" of the penalty by refusing to give Treasury an interest free loan for the year (tax refund) and not allowing the IRS to take the penalty from the refund. In these financially uncertain times, people NEED to be able to hang on to as much $$ as possible. Ryan's bill kills that loophole. Politically, letting the system collapse on the Dem's legislation at least helps Republicans to later keep the blame where it should be. Not that it will make much difference to the end result of the system though.
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    03-22-2017, 08:49 PM
    Just ANOTHER "terrorist" attack on 3/22 in a major European city. You can set your watch to it. I hope it didn't mess up your commute. At least we know there's Bud Light available in the UK now! A whole mess of bad econ news was released while London sucked up the news cycle. Dow was down 6 points btw. Might want to double check your sources before posting. You sound like a bad imitation of Zippy.
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    03-21-2017, 02:49 PM
    They're not fake. They're just not worn on the uniform. There's a boatload of mason cops and practically all the "brass" are.
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    03-21-2017, 02:29 PM
    As equally convincing as yours! Looks like market fun time is starting. We watch together, yes? 3/22 tomorrow... eta on 3/22: lil bit of hubbub over in London today. I hope it didn't affect your commute Zip.
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