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Same thing. Printing money devalues the existing currency which is just another form of theft.
Shutting down NON-ESSENTIAL areas of the Federal government PERMANENTLY will only be noticed to the extent people have become used to UNCONSTITUTIONAL portions of the Federal government. If it is non-essential, it isn't authorized by the Constitution.
10: That means we would be losing Martian jobs in just over a year.
They actually found a 'shovel ready' construction project in my area. Come the think if it, the shovels LEFT the project about a month BEFORE the sign went up informing anyone that cared that the project receive 'stimulus' funding. I thing the stimulus package paid for the sign, but nothing else.
More like a few BILLION watts. You can see by a 25 watt bulb. A billion watts does serious damage.
The only laser he ever focused on American jobs is a laser TORCH.
#4 is an understatement. MUCH more often than not, people claiming to be victims are not. Actual victims rarely claim the title.
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Is Thinking Obsolete?

Steven F Wrote: May 01, 2013 7:12 PM
Making change without a computer. Every now and then I confuse the H*** out of a cashier by telling them how much change I will get before they ring up the ONE item I am buying. It is amusing to see the reaction when I am right.
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The Art of the Impossible

Steven F Wrote: Apr 30, 2013 6:12 PM
I will grant that rationing is unavoidable. I just prefer rationing on the basis of PAYMENT. This both encourages more supply and causes INDIVIDUALS to determine how much care is worth the cost to themselves. YOUR system of government means someone else decides for me. In addition, it DOES NOT reduce cost, and least not without decreasing QUALITY even more. Capitalism always increases VALUE for the price.
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The Art of the Impossible

Steven F Wrote: Apr 30, 2013 6:07 PM
I thought is was 10 miles square, which would be 100 square miles. That said, I agree with the sentiment.
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