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The Emancipation Proclamation: The Man Who Freed the Gays

TheBucko Wrote: May 16, 2012 8:48 PM
FYI I am e-mailing with financial guys quite often and so many of them make this same mistake, which is to mean to spell "lose" and use "loose" instead and grammar checkers don't catch it: LOSE (and) LOOSE The adjective loose means "not tight." The verb lose means "not to win" or "not to keep."

If you thought JP Morgan traders goofed when they made bad bets that resulted in $2 billion in losses for what Obama says is the best managed bank in America, well you obviously don’t hang out with the One-Percent-Occupy Wall Street group that met last night on Park Avenue in New York.

60 Wall Street-types, says Politico, paid close to $40,000 a pop to hear Obama, Man of the People, tell them whatever their guilt-ridden consciences wanted to hear.

Why guilt-ridden? Who knows?

Perhaps they weren’t held enough as a baby; perhaps they seek atonement in politics for the...

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