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Your first point contradicts your second. If all reasonable people should be able to agree that Officer Wilson's conduct should be sorted out in a courtroom, then why should "protesters" demanding an indictment before the facts are known be treated with respect? Yes, they have a right to parade around and shout absurdities, but we have a perfect right to treat them with contempt.
Too nice to win.
"If you want 'free stuff' vote for the other guy." Mitt Romney They did. They are.
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Trust in the Investment Process

Daniel509 Wrote: Aug 04, 2014 4:53 PM
This is all nonsense. "Investment" is not "hard work." It is simply putting 10% of your income into a sensible retirement account (say, a balanced index fund), mindlessly, paycheck after paycheck for your working life. Dollar cost averaging will ensure that you automatically buy more shares on the dips than the highs. Then, at retirement, withdraw ~4% for the first year, and increase every year for inflation. There are no guarantees in life, but "hard work" cannot improve on this simple approach. As Warren Buffett said, "By periodically investing in an index fund...the know-nothing investor can actually out- perform most investment professionals. Paradoxically, when ‘dumb’ money acknowledges its limitations, it ceases to be dumb."
A drone that's "clever" enough to find the right address will also be able to avid other drones and obstacles. There will be no need for FAA controllers. In fact, the latter will also be soon redundant.
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