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    Today, 12:53 PM
    A big part of a bar or restaurant is the atmosphere. If a place wants to set a certain standard of dress that is not some crazy, libertarian freedom issue. It is not a tough issue at all. There are certain places that can and should ban people dressed like Flavor Flav or Larry the Cable Guy. Tony Soprano handled it correctly.
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    Today, 10:52 AM
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    My hold time is pretty short. So I am the wrong person to ask. But since you did ask... USAS in the low 2s high 1s might be worth a look. https://www.americassilvercorp.com/site/assets/files/4951/2018q2fs.pdf Trades right at book value. Their primary business was silver but mining silver is unprofitable at these prices. The company figured out how to survive by focusing on lead and zinc production and if silver prices ever recover they will be in position to take advantage. Silver is at 2006 levels right now. Seems at least possible Silver could trade up over the next few years. This company could be dead money for a year and could easily get cut in half. But could also trade up to 4.5-5 if mining stocks catch fire. It is a real company which distinguishes itself from almost all penny stocks and especially junior miners.. It will probably take a while for things to play out.
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    Yesterday, 08:17 PM
    I have always been in the camp that Tiger would was still capable of winning multiple majors. So this isn't remotely a surprise to me. As far as the injuries those were mostly on Tiger and his poor decisions. Navy Seal training caused his knee injury. The back problems aren't from swinging hard. There are guys who hit the ball longer. Jack was longer when you adjust for equipment. He never had the injuries. Dustin Johnson, Bubba Watson are much longer than Tiger and don't have the problems. Tiger caused his problems by continuously changing his swing and contorting into unnatural motions. And I suspect the amount or kind of weight training he did also contributed.
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    Yesterday, 09:24 AM
    A higher proportion of black people might dress like slobs but having a rule against slobs in your establishment isn't racist. Dress well. Speak well. Don't be loud and obnoxious. You will be welcome in 99.999% of places in the United States. Looking like a hood rat isn't a cultural difference that people just have to accept. It is a bad part of black culture that should be changed.
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    09-22-2018, 04:54 PM
    It is interesting that in the alternate universe of liberal Twitter, Cruz did bad in the debate. I think he comes across great. I didn't watch the whole video, but Cruz knows how to control a debate. The optics of Cruz vs the other guy remind me of professional sports vs high school sports. I don't see this race being close on election day. I could see this being a double digit win.
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    09-22-2018, 04:39 PM
    Trump hasn't had an intervention even close to scale of Libya. Trump's foreign policy is borderline good. Tax cut Regulatory cuts Here is an article in IBD I saw a few weeks back. https://www.investors.com/politics/commentary/deregulation-nation-president-trump-cuts-regulations-at-record-rate/ And another recent one https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/monkey-cage/wp/2018/08/24/the-trump-administration-might-be-deregulating-more-than-you-know-or-could-know/?utm_term=.25458cb25917 Good Supreme Court and packing the lower court picks And much less military involvement in Syria.
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    09-22-2018, 01:41 PM
    Libertarians aren't for energy independence. It isn't a good goal anymore than iPhone independence or automoble independence or any other anti-trade idea. Secondly, I am quite certain you have advocated for government putting the thumbs on the scales of green energy. Gabbard certainly supports green welfare. The people Rand has endorsed (Eric Brakey, Andy Sanborn, and Gary Johnson) are a helluva lot better on everything including foreign policy than Gabbard. Was Ron Paul a Bernie Sanders supporter? Are these part of Ron's old message? http://www.ontheissues.org/House/Tulsi_Gabbard.htm Supported the stimulus package
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    09-21-2018, 10:56 AM
    Yes. And the right to criticize them and the right point out their hypocrisy in bankrupting bakers who don't want to bake penis cakes is also something we believe in.
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    09-19-2018, 04:38 PM
    Jesus Fucking Christ. That is disgusting. I guess my parents knew what they were doing. I never watched anything on PBS growing up. And the PBS statement is just as insane. The puppets "identify as male". Who talks like this?
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    09-18-2018, 07:34 PM
    So just looked at Rand's page. He has a townhall with Freedomworks. You know the kind of group people here support. He has a post about getting out of NATO. Something Ron Paul people like. A post about Yemen and and an op-ed promoting Ron Paul's foreign policy. https://thehill.com/blogs/congress-blog/foreign-policy/404996-situation-in-yemen-should-lead-us-to-return-to-a And it is worth noting those evil Republicans Rand is promoting are Andy Sanborn, one of Ron's earliest supporters in New Hampshire, and Eric Brakey, a Ron Paul guy running for Senate in Maine. Yeah. so just looked at Tulsi's page. She does have foreign policy posts. She also has posts railing against corporations, looking for more regulations, and promoting green energy. Because that's what we need. More regulations and more subsidies. And someone who is anti-business. Oh yeah, she also has an anti-First Amendment screed about ending PAC money. Great. What a winner.
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    09-17-2018, 05:50 PM
    Ben Shapiro is smart and interesting. People with talent tend to get breaks.
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    09-16-2018, 07:27 PM
    So you usually get to school at 5:30 and leave at 5:30? I'm betting against that. As for being retarded, I went to public school. I was unimpressed with the teachers while I was there. In hindsight, my contempt for them has grown. I had maybe 3 teachers in high school who took pride in their jobs. The rest were absolutely worthless. The upside was I had a left wing teacher who put movies in all the time. And he put John Stossel's classroom videos in and Stossel won me over. The teacher was so lazy that he would rather put Stossel videos that ripped teachers than actually teach.
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    09-16-2018, 04:56 PM
    First of all, the average teacher is a moron. That's just a fact. I read in one of Thomas Sowell's books that people studying to be teachers consistently rank last or second to last in academic ability at universities. And let's not act like a Master's in Education is a real degree. Secondly the average starting salary for a teacher is $38k nationwide at a job where you can't fired from even if you are a child molester. http://www.nea.org/home/2016-2017-average-starting-teacher-salary.html That's a pretty good deal for a group of people that are one step above mildly retarded. I think I made 19k in sales my first year out of college working 80+ hours a week. Almost every entrepreneur on the planet makes less than 38k (with benefits no less) starting out. So you can live on 38k. Teacher is a pretty cush job. You probably do what? Like two hours of actual work a day with no accountability for results? Weekends off. Only have to be at the school 8 hours or so. Can't get fired. Pension. Health insurance. If you want to make more, try starting a business. Try selling insurance. See how well that goes vs being a teacher. There is a big difference between being a doctor and teacher. I would guess .5% of teachers have the mental capacity to get into a real medical school.
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    09-16-2018, 12:37 PM
    California elected Ronald Reagan twice. Would Ronald Reagan get elected there today? I'll assume you will say no. So what changed in the interim. Why is California now a mess for most of its population?
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    09-16-2018, 07:55 AM
    I am for increased immigration from everywhere including places like Mexico (which I clearly said). The only exception is the Middle East. Islam and freedom are fundamentally incompatible.
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    09-15-2018, 09:02 PM
    I am for increased immigration from Mexico. That said, the idea that people leaving socialist hells will vote for more government is a pretty logical one backed by the data. That's why banning immigrants from voting unless they buy citizenship is what makes sense. Your argument is insanely easy to refute. People leaving Communist countries after either being tortured or seeing torture vote for the party most hostile to Communism. What about people who live in Democratic Socialist countries who voted for those government who are leaving just earn a higher wage? Do they vote Republican. And El Savador? https://www.heritage.org/index/ranking Heritage only ranks it ahead of Greece and Italy. There sure as hell aren't any Western European countries that El Savador is freer than. What about refugees from other parts of the world that don't have governments that are the farthest possible to the left? Do people from Syria like small government?
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    09-13-2018, 07:35 PM
    The timing of this report seems so ridiculously suspect. It came out at 4:30. I am sure there were a lot of people caught short in Tilray which is a Canadian marijuana company. It IPO'd at like 17 and traded up to 127. Obviously going to be a big gap down tomorrow to bail people out.
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    09-13-2018, 04:03 PM
    You have to have a heart of coal to not............. burst out laughing watching this.
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    09-13-2018, 01:22 PM
    1040256553889218561 Where's Tulsi at? Railing against corporations at an Occupy rally ? Or is she trying to push through a grant for a green company that is promising a car that will run on solar power and poop?
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    09-12-2018, 07:19 PM
    Here.... I'll help you. There are like 5 million hits. https://www.google.com/search?q=rand+paul+end+wars&rlz=1C1CHZL_enUS757US757&oq=rand+paul+end+wars&aqs=chrome..69i57.2519j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 No shortage of Tweets either. 989141397075906562 I'll excuse you because you have no interest in liberty and don't pay attention to liberty politicians just like I don't spend anytime listening to anything Tulsi Gabbard says. It is fine that all you care about is war and handing out corporate welfare for green energy boondoggles. You shouldn't be shocked that other people care about other issues. This isn't JillSteinForums.com
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    09-12-2018, 07:03 AM
    Norm has been my favorite comedian since I used to watch SNL in high school. Here are the comments that have gotten him banned from life. https://www.mediaite.com/tv/the-tonight-show-cancels-norm-macdonald-appearance-amid-backlash-to-his-comments-on-metoo-movement/ https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/why-norm-macdonalds-new-talk-show-wont-target-trump-1141832 So basically he says the world isn't going to hell with Trump in office. And Louis CK and Roseanne (both of whom didn't break any laws) shouldn't have had their livelihoods permanently ripped from them. Liberals are shittiest shitbags on the planet. There were no victims from what Roseanne said. And Louis CK jacked off in front of women who consented.
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    09-12-2018, 06:47 AM
    31% New American https://www.thenewamerican.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=38&Itemid=828&nameid=G000571 21% Freedomworks http://congress.freedomworks.org/legislators/tulsi-gabbard 18% Conservative Review https://pdfgenerator.conservativereview.com/pdf/412532.pdf#page=1 I would vote LP in that race but root for Graham over Gabbard. Graham is at least good on things like entitlements which is the most important issue. She is awful. She endorsed Bernie Sanders which is a non-starter. There are no good Bernie Sanders supporters. She wants to expand funding to government education. Gets heavily endorsemented by Marxist green groups. She is just really really bad and feel the need to point this out every time someone mentions her or Dennis Kucinich. There is no such thing as a liberty Communist. She doesn't want to bomb Syria. Good for her. Neither does John Bolton.
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    09-11-2018, 06:47 PM
    The coaching from the stands was debatable. Breaking the racket was an automatic loss of point. Her last outburst cost her a game and was a no brainer call. Not to mention the match was about done. The bottom line is the coaching from the stands (which I have never seen called but apparently has been by this chair ump) thing didn't cost her anything. Everything that came after that was completely in Serena's control and the calls were beyond standard.
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    09-09-2018, 03:21 PM
    Robert Higgs also thinks third world shithole Mexico is freer than the US. He is an idiot.
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    09-09-2018, 11:36 AM
    Is there a free market in the rules in tennis? You need one to set up the playing field, establish rules, and someone to enforce the rules. Once that is done you can do whatever you want within those constraints. All a government is doing is establishing rules of the game and enforcing penalties for breaking the rules. It isn't moral or immoral. It just is. Lack of rules and enforcement means chaos and suffering. It means tribalism and poverty. I try and try to read the explanations for voluntary government from different authors and I always get slightly dumber doing it.
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    09-07-2018, 07:49 PM
    He votes against Trump more than any Republican in the House or Senate yet because he kisses Trump's ass, he is having real influence with Trump. I am big on actually living in a freer society and if kissing ass is what it takes then good for Rand. http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?525187-Politico-quot-Rand-Paul-has-persuaded-the-president-that-we-are-not-for-regime-change-in-Iran-quot/page3
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    09-06-2018, 08:37 PM
    One person's opinion who now should be fired.
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    09-06-2018, 08:30 PM
    Right. I don't think the NYT was wrong to publish it. The guy who wrote is wrong to keep working for Trump. And Trump would be right to find out using lie detectors who wrote it and then fire the guy.
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    09-06-2018, 08:11 PM
    He isn't being restricted. He can criticize the president all he wants. He just can't work for the president at the same time.
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