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Hey, at least Bryan gave us "The Cowardly Lion". What has Romney ever done for use.
Let me assure you the problem is technological in nature. Getting accurate GPS requires read signals coming from multiple GPS, doing lots of complex calculation (the easy part these day). Problem is satellites only have so much power and the signals are very weak. You can only so much antenna in a cell phone. Walls and worse metal in the path reduce the signal. The GPS chip in cell phones is a miniaturization wonder. Early GPS receviers cost 10K dollars and were bulky. If you are interested, search for "How GPS works" and you will see a number of good article, some easy to understand, some very detailed.
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Bitcoin Is Not Real Money

Gary5599 Wrote: Mar 01, 2014 3:06 AM
Kudlow is pretty clear that he is not defending fiat currency. But he is advising extra caution that bitcoin is built on even less of a foundation than Dollars / Euros / etc.
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Bitcoin Is Not Real Money

Gary5599 Wrote: Mar 01, 2014 2:59 AM
Federal Reserve Notes are not real money either. If it is not shiny money, it it fiat currency.
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OK to Feel Sorry

Gary5599 Wrote: Jan 22, 2014 2:05 PM
Potatoe used to be a correct variant, but is not considered correct any more -- This "correct" usage expired just a few years before the incident with Qualye. BTW, Quayle asked if the cards had been checked for accuracy, and had been assured that this was so.
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Bye Bye, Harry?

Gary5599 Wrote: Jan 01, 2014 1:45 PM
60 senators is not a veto-proof majority, it is a filibuster proof majority. You need 67 senators for the 2/3 majority needed in both houses to override a veto. I though TownHall authors were supposed to read the constitution.
Actually you are quite wrong as there are quite of few such cases. See http://dailyanarchist.com/2012/07/31/auditing-shooting-rampage-statistics/
Great, then you can be sued for breach of contract, discrimination and lose more business because you are a bad photographer too.
Pay per view -- profits shared by the tea party orgs the IRS messed with
The marriage penalty does not exist? I will agree only if by this you mean that either A) Depending upon circumstance there are either tax benefits or tax disadvantages for being married or B) The so-called marriage penalty is actually a success penalty that is a consequence of incremental tax rates. The example given by Daniel Mitchel is a clear and accurate example of where being married results in higher taxes.
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