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Just show the damn ID. This was made for Dan.
By Strategist in Misc   56 comments, latest 2 minutes ago:
Blurtman says The story reports that the cop received a call about possible illegal activity. I am not a lawyer, but it sounds like he has the law behind him.

Landmark Fracking Study Finds No Water Pollution
By Straw Man in Economics   4 comments, latest 5 minutes ago:
Straw Man says Dan8267 says Why read the article when the title supports your political agenda? I've read the article. Stop grabbing at straws and admit that you have been had at least twice: once...

Rin's corroboration with a female ex-classmate
By Rin in Misc   26 comments, latest 7 minutes ago:
Peter P says Traditional relationships are becoming pointless. Getting married and having children is a very bad trade for most people. It is like paying a $100 commission and risking $10000 just to make $10....

Counting Sheep: French Government Faces Second No Confidence Vote in Six Months
By Mish in Economics   3 comments, latest 9 minutes ago:
Heraclitusstudent says http://www.lesechos.fr/politiq Valls government just obtained confidence from assembly. Mish wrong once again. The entire French policy is now bent toward respecting European deficit rules. Which is why a socialist government is forced to...

White House makes it official, US at War with ISIL
By Call it Crazy in Politics   47 comments, latest 9 minutes ago:
indigenous says Call it Crazy says It should be (the owners are insolvent) and the current renter should be evicted! Section 8 housing is great.

Good Read
By indigenous in Economics   posted 16 minutes ago:
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I have a vagina , so should be paid as much as a dick law blocked by repubs
By lostand confused in Misc   18 comments, latest 17 minutes ago:
Peter P says marcus says And "exact same work" would invariably have to include experience, productivity, job reviews or evaluations (which are subjective in part) which would render the law mostly symbolic. Nah, it is...

Skills gap in U.S. manufacturing mainly at the top
By tovarichpeter in Misc in South San Francisco CA 94080   13 comments, latest 18 minutes ago:
jazz music says EBGuy says The socialists are at it again in Tennessee. Here's the link to the WSJ article. You see? Upon reading the WSJ link, there's a hard spin against the internship idea...

My first real estate bear thread (ever)
By iwog in RealEstate in Lafayette CA 94549   277 comments, latest 22 minutes ago:
hrhjuliet says I'm so sorry CDon, it's all really hard still. I'm just not over it, and I wish I was. It's a legitimate question, just one I haven't learned to deal with without pain...

Having children in an overpopulated world
By Quigley in environment in Huntington Beach CA 92647   31 comments, latest 24 minutes ago:
Peter P says China was quite successful in implementing their one-child policy. We just need to build upon it to include market-based cap-and-trade elements and then apply it globally. Reproduction should NOT be a basic...

Multiple Streams of Income
By Peter P in Investing   29 comments, latest 40 minutes ago:
Portal says E-man, What variables do you follow in your spreadsheet to decide if a place is worth it? How do you factor in unknowns? E-man says plugging in numbers into my spreadsheet almost every...

Deflationary Spiral Nonsense; Keynesian Theory vs. Practice
By Mish in Economics   3 comments, latest 45 minutes ago:
myob says We see price deflation in consumer electronics constantly. DVD players used to cost $800, they now cost $20, and so forth. Why do people buy electronics today, knowing full well that they'll be...

Robert Reich: Harvard business school is ruining America
By tovarichpeter in Misc in South San Francisco CA 94080   6 comments, latest 49 minutes ago:
errc says Not nearly as bad as harvard school of public health has fucked up the human race with their nutritional misinformation and shoddy "science" of which the Standard American Diet was born

Unseen Toll: Wages of millions seized to pay past debts
By tvgnus in Misc   5 comments, latest 55 minutes ago:
jazz music says Yeah, it's called slavery and businesses (banks) need the government to coddle them to make them somehow different from armed robbery. (armed with police)

We've All Been There: Florida man chokes wife over lack of fried chicken
By Blurtman in Misc   posted 57 minutes ago:
Fried chicken or leftover pizza. if you eat it all, better look out, dammit! Florida. Of course. Desmond Brownlee, 45, of Deltona was upset there wasn't enough food and started a verbal argument that allegedly...

GM and Dealers are Cheap Assholes
By elliemae in Misc in Saint George UT 84770   21 comments, latest 1 hour ago:
JH says There are a lot of very "wealthy" people on this forum. Just like any internet forum, the loudest are probably compensating, so beware!

Stop predicting the dollar will collapse
By iwog in Economics in Lafayette CA 94549   317 comments, latest 1 hour ago:
indigenous says bob2356 says So what's your point? Inflation is never even. Savers get killed, debtors do great. Been like that for 5000 years. No just for the last 100 years, as I have indicated....

How Washington keeps an eye on the ball
By CaptainShuddup in Misc   posted 1 hour ago:

August home sales sluggish; low interest rates fail to spark sales
By tvgnus in RealEstate   1 comment, latest 1 hour ago:
hrhjuliet says This market is seriously bizarre.

1 in 5 need credit card to survive
By Call it Crazy in Economics   9 comments, latest 1 hour ago:
Analyzer says Blurtman says Try renting a car without one. I would just use it to buy the car, they keep increasing my limits.

Bankers' refusal to make bad loans hinders housing recovery - OC Housing News

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