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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, 10:36 AM
    That's true because their family are back in their own country and they paid coyotes (human traffickers) good money to stay with them.
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    Today, 10:29 AM
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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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  • oyarde's Avatar
    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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  • oyarde's Avatar
    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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    Today, 09:23 AM
    These comedians think they are so funny--they're not. They are unhinged and deranged. 1009905601797734400 LOL! Melania speaks 5 languages fluently and has more class in her pinkie than Chelsea has in her entire body. Here are two more jesters. Stormy is running down to the border to help the children, I wonder how many languages she knows? :rolleyes: 1010004405796646912
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    Today, 08:41 AM
    Proverbs 12:1-7 (KJV) 12 Whoso loveth instruction loveth knowledge: but he that hateth reproof is brutish. 2 A good man obtaineth favour of the Lord: but a man of wicked devices will he condemn. 3 A man shall not be established by wickedness: but the root of the righteous shall not be moved. 4 A virtuous woman is a crown to her husband: but she that maketh ashamed is as rottenness in his bones.
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    Today, 08:33 AM
    Ethnic cleansing implies the use of death squads specifically targeting a population. I don't want such thing. I want the tech gone, so the game can begin. Most of the city dwellers are likely going to die, when the strings are cut. Secondly, my point about ethnically distinct nations was about dissolving/destroying the current dominant power structure in the West that meddles in their affairs.
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    Today, 08:09 AM
    ^as a licensed electrician, I generally agree you, but then again ive seen some hackwork that places people’s lives in danger. To Your point about letting the consumer decide and take the risk if they choose, but it’s not always about just them. What if the guy claims to be experienced and can do “just as good” as a licensed electrician? When someone is misled into making a choice that not only affects them, but their family, possibly neighbors, future tenants/homeowners, it starts to become clear that in some trades it’s better to have some protection built in. I think sometimes people think that the freedom to take risks is a blanket freedom, but I don’t believe that someone has the right to take life safety risks that can adversely effect others down down the road. Let’s face it, someone who is choosing a unlicensed hack is probably doing it to save money because that person hasn’t built a sustainable business that can stand behind their services. Obviously a hair salon is not one of those cases.
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    Today, 08:06 AM
    ANd here why the internet sucks. If some guy started talking like this in real life, he'd be asked to leave. There's nothing positive or constuctive in you. You're merely insulting people simply because you don't like the way they look. Which makes you far uglier than they will ever be.
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  • AuH20's Avatar
    Today, 08:06 AM
    Ethnic cleansing? A sizable percentage of whites need to fade away. They are just as much as part of the problem. We have a human problem as opposed to purely a minority problem. The minority problem is simply augmenting and rapidly speeding up the existing structural problems created by the native population. I figure that an EMP detonated in the upper atmosphere would do a hell of a job culling Progressotopia and really throw the evil machinations of Fed Gov for a loop. Facial recognition would be useless with their integrated circuits fried. With the security grid blown to bits, at least our people would have a chance at some type of future.
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    Today, 08:05 AM
    And that's a wrap!
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  • angelatc's Avatar
    Today, 08:02 AM
    If the majority of adults are overweight then isn't it is normal to be obese?
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    Today, 01:36 AM
    The only way out of this, is to man up and do what must be done: vote really hard
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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, 10:42 PM
    Clearly, everything is not bunnies and light, but nevertheless better than they were.. There is a good dose of half-baked stuff on that page, but a few good comments by those using their brains as more than hat racks were also present. To wit: The only thing there to which I take exception is the implications of the use of "robber baron". Beyond that, the statement is on the money. I see three general factors beyond the usual cycles of discovery as cited above to be of major influence. Firstly, government regulation. Consider ACA, the costs of which serve as a barrier to entry for entrepreneurial endeavors. SOX is yet another HUGE cost that keeps little guys out of play. Then there is the lingering aftermath of the dotcom fiasco where imbecile investors tossed money around without due analysis and got burned in wide and deep fashion. Consider that 23 year old infant who was handed $30+ million and threw a launch party with The Who as the entertainment. He went to prison as I recall, but that didn't get the investors' cash back.
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    Yesterday, 10:09 PM
    The more we turn our backs to the UN, the better. The only exception is our position on the security council. Being able to veto their hair-brained schemes remains a useful thing, IMO. It would be my druthers that the UN be dissolved, but practically speaking it is not a good idea due to the corrupt nature of humans. If the UN is eliminated, just as it replaced the League of Nations, so would it too be replaced. UN is a known quantity and with our commanding position therein, the shenanigans can be managed and mostly thwarted. If a new organization were to rise from the ashes of UN, people would likely fall for whatever line of bullshit was being fed them as to why it is so necessary for everyone to come together as "one" and waive their individual rights in favor of those collective. Given the forces at play, eliminating UN could be more harmful than carefully thwarting that which is now well understood. And for the record, "UN Human Rights Council"... really... this doesn't even rise to the status of a joke. I've read and analyzed the UN Declaration of Human Rights. It talks a lot and says nearly nothing - weasel-wording from front to back, either designed to mislead or written by people who apparently cannot string more than two words together in coherent and sound fashion. The document is a travesty on its best day.
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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, 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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  1. I appreciate the question! I put Ted Cruz in my top 3 in the Senate under the criteria "Constitutional Conservative". Do you have something of evidence he is willing to ignore "The War Powers Act of 1973 (Pub.L. 93-148), also referred to as the War Powers Resolution, is a resolution of Congress that stated that the President can send troops into action abroad only by authorization of Congress or if America is already under attack or serious threat." If his rhetoric on Syria has a Neoconservative narrative he should be held in contempt, & Liberty Lovers must hold him accountable! Do you have the entire content of when he made this statement "Ted Cruz advocating going in to destroy chemical weapons in Syria"? If So, Please email it DonVolaric@Comcast.net
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I was born in Detroit, MI and at a young age relocated West with my mother. As an adult I began to miss my family roots in Michigan and moved back home. As a Michigander at heart, I intend to raise my family here and work hard for their continued prosperity, as well as for all the people of the great State of Michigan.

Digital Media Experience:
At age 18, I went to work for one of the largest Print Media / Color Lithography companies in Southern California
At age 25, I was a Production MGR for a digital media company 3rd largest in southern California. I was in charge of over 70 people & 2nd youngest in the facility.
By age 33, I was a Plant MGR (Executive in Charge), overseeing the entire operation with over 3.5 million of my own accounts. The facility was a 17 Million dollar operation. Even with the success I achieved, I still missed the family and friends I rarely spent time with, so I decided to come back home for good.

Finance Experience1999 – 2000
After receiving excellent scores in GMAC's employee assessment program, I was recruited for a "fast-track" program in Mortgage and Credit Financing with Jordan Hoover.

Health Insurance Experience:
2001 – Present
I worked for a Health Insurance agency approximately 6 months. I started my own agency, Freedom Health Insurance 12/1/2001. By 2004, we were able to serve customers from our new offices on Hall Road, complete with our own signage.

I was voted "Agent of the Year" (Blue Cross Blue Shield of MI) consecutively in 2008 & 2009.

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In 2010 and 2012, I ran for United States Congress for U.S. House of Representatives for Michigan’s 12th and new 9th districts (currently held by Sander Levin). I won both primaries and was the Nominee for the GOP. The past 5 years of running for federal office has been challenging and rewarding at the same time.

My core values represent a Jeffersonian Republican, in 2012 Endorsed by Ron Paul and Republican Liberty Caucus

Why I believe I’m the Right Person for the job: (U.S. Congressional Representative)
• My passion, ethics, morality, character & courage are 2nd to none
• I always tackle the tough things 1st
• I’m a problem solver with A thru Z attention to detail
• I believe that all problems are an opportunity to shine
• I feel that my true purpose is to help people
• Non-Political! I’m a problem solver. I don’t do slogans or mantras, I do solutions
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