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    01-11-2018, 09:16 PM
    Trump Administration Waives Punishment For Convicted Banks, Including Deutsche Which Trump Owes Millions
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    01-03-2018, 12:38 PM
    Chris Kennedy?
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    12-31-2017, 05:06 PM
    Not much. Less is more.
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    12-26-2017, 05:51 PM
    Anyone here have the IRS go after them during the Obama administration? Did the problem magically go away in 2017, after the Trump administration too office?
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    12-26-2017, 05:46 PM
    Again, my post was not about u. I just used your post to make a point. So, I'm not going to go section by section through it, but do wanna pick out one example. So, you're driving in a car designed, manufactured and distributed by the system, on roads designed and built by the system, with a drivers llicense and vehicle registration to the state gov't run by the system? Doesn't sound too organic to me. Sorry. Again, not trying to pick on you. But unfortunately, you've kinda volunteered to be the Guinny pig. Just trying to illustrate how immersed our brains are in this tightly controlled world. Give me an example of exaptation, then you'll get my attention.
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    12-26-2017, 05:38 PM
    I guess this was directed at me? If so, the first sentences in my post were specifically written in order to communicate my desire NOT to make this personal. Geesh. Read the post that I wrote. You'll have to try a lot harder to get me on my back foot.
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    12-23-2017, 10:18 AM
    Hi everyone. Happy Holidays. I have a few years left in college and I figured that it's time to seriously analyze an industry, the competition, job market, how legal history has shaped it, the various firms/employers, and the like. How does one excel in any given industry? I reckon that it goes beyond just looking at your career prospects, sending out applications, and waiting until you get hired somewhere (like a lottery approach). I often hear that you will learn 80%-90% of what you need to know at your job, but I still don't want to go into uncharted territory fairly clueless. I don't just solely want to be good at my job/what I'm hired for, I also would like to ultimately understand all the ins and outs of the very sector. Learning 80%-90% of an industry, rather than just simply 80%-90% of how to do a job. In other words, I'm not looking to just be a "paycheck performer" if that makes sense. Thank you. :)
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