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Things married couples wont tell you
By BayAreaObserver in Misc   32 comments, latest 6 seconds ago:
sbh says Dan8267 says Rin says This RealDoll owner believes that he's married to it. Unless he can claim it as a dependent on his income taxes, it's a mute issue. The issue is moot,...

Over 214,000 Doctors Opt Out of Obamacare Exchanges
By Call it Crazy in Politics   47 comments, latest 7 minutes ago:
justme says Quigley says Ironically, the 80% rule you mentioned will drive health insurance costs much higher, because it's a percentage! Absolute nonsense. If there was no 80% rule, the incentive would be EVEN GREATER...

When next Tuesday comes...
By CaptainShuddup in Politics   1 comment, latest 16 minutes ago:
sbh says I hope the wingnuts win enough seats to become more ambitious. They could pass a bill outlawing sex out of wedlock. They could pass a personhood bill that declares every fetus a registered...

I'm liquidating all my stocks and going to cash
By iwog in Investing in Lafayette CA 94549   245 comments, latest 32 minutes ago:
Ironworker says Heraclitusstudent says Ironworker says Don't buy when everybody is talking about how stocks hot are. And buy when nobody wants to buy. Than maybe, maybe, maybe, when stox are hot for very long...

U.S. Reports Record Sales of American Silver Eagles in October
By smaulgld in PreciousMetals   1 comment, latest 34 minutes ago:
Oilwelldoctor says Says alot Smaulgld. With all that is going on with metals, I am surprised the price is so low. Good time to stock up I think.

Markets are still addicted to money printing
By Call it Crazy in Economics   8 comments, latest 34 minutes ago:
sbh says yup1 says Bond vigilantes will not fight the fed. DON'T YOU DARE BLASPHEME THE GLOBAL FREE FINANCIAL MARKET! Now that the secret executive order to buy government debt has ended the free market...

Obamas Midterm Loss Record Could Make History
By zzyzzx in Politics in Baltimore MD 21230   8 comments, latest 36 minutes ago:
Oilwelldoctor says My God. You really think it makes a difference? What flavor is that Kool-aid?

More American outstanding leadership through automation
By CaptainShuddup in Politics   28 comments, latest 43 minutes ago:
sbh says JH says You guys' comments make congressional republicans look intelligent. +1

Liberal Hypocricy, while lesbian couple with black baby
By FortWayne in Politics   66 comments, latest 44 minutes ago:
Strategist says Dan8267 says In any case, sperm donation is purely gene consumerism with all the biases that come with it. If that sounds despicable, just remember that people do the exact same gene shopping...

Now Hiring, Programers in Fremont. $1.21 an Hour!
By Robert Sproul in Misc   28 comments, latest 59 minutes ago:
humanity says APOCALYPSEFUCKisShostikovitch says If a laborer asks for pay, he is committing crimes against shareholders and is, de facto, a COMMUNIST! Absurd, and yet true.

Democrats Losing Youth Vote: Millennials Turning to the GOP
By zzyzzx in Politics in Baltimore MD 21230   23 comments, latest 1 hour ago:
thunderlips11 says sbh says What a pile of racists, huh Craptain? How come they got caught saying those things in the Nazi's proxy? Hitler was a liberal! He even discouraged smoking, which proves it!

Obama and the Gummint fuck up again!
By HydroCaBRon in Politics   10 comments, latest 1 hour ago:
sbh says CaptainShuddup says I'm going to feel like I took a shit for the first time in six years. Uh, you haven't wiped your ass for six years. There's a difference. humanity says There's...

Apologizing to Japan
By tovarichpeter in Misc in South San Francisco CA 94080   posted 1 hour ago:
http://www.nytimes.com/2014/10

Generation X- The Recession's Lost Generation of Homeowners
By Indiana Jones in RealEstate   34 comments, latest 1 hour ago:
Bubbabear says With home ownership at historical all time lows, the last bastion of hope for NARs R.E. Hustle is Mell Watts......other than that , housing's toast!

Microbusinesses struggle to cover health insurance costs
By tvgnus in Healthcare   18 comments, latest 1 hour ago:
EBGuy says Until multi-payer goes to heck in a handbasket (and it still may), I'll stick with ObamaCare and see how it pans out. I like that government has on oversight role in monitoring the...

Could Non-Citizens Determine the Outcome of the Midterm Elections?
By Mish in Economics   1 comment, latest 2 hours ago:
sbh says Could platinum shitting aliens save us from the Federal Reserve?

Wealth inequality worse than you think...
By tatupu70 in Misc   10 comments, latest 3 hours ago:
tatupu70 says Peter P says Which means for the same effort it will go further. Yes.

In Real Estate, Your Personality Makes You Predictable
By BayAreaObserver in RealEstate   3 comments, latest 3 hours ago:
Dan8267 says thunderlips11 says What if you're Impulsive, Normal, but closed thinking, and an introvert. I've never met an impulsive introvert. Introverts tend to be heavy thinkers.

California's Millionaire Civil Servants
By Robert Sproul in Misc   14 comments, latest 3 hours ago:
Zakrajshek says ANY government employee or official's salary should be capped at $100K maximum. If they want to try to make more than that, (which I seriously doubt they ever could) they can start a...

Meet "OSHbot" Lowes New Store Helper; Goodbye Retail Associates, Hello Robots
By Mish in Economics   10 comments, latest 4 hours ago:
Heraclitusstudent says thunderlips11 says Not enough drones to kill them all, either. Maybe they can repurpose these bots adding a M134? Goodbye Retail Associates...

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