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...of why the United States has a First Amendment. Governments will always try to intimidate the citizenry into submission and compliance. It makes their jobs so much easier. Likewise, the Second Amendment was created to protect the First Amendment, in case the government decides to go beyond intimidation.
...to the redress of past crimes against and grievances by third world victims of U.S. imperialism. These funds will be transferred to the United Nations and what remains in NASA's budget will be used for Muslim outreach. If we need satellites launched, we can always do what the EU does and have the Russians launch them.
Who is this "God" to whom he refers? Baal? Zeus? Jehovah? Sorry. Just too many to track.
Well, we don't try to make laws that impact businesses and taxes in Sacramento. They do that to us routinely, AC asshole.
But, San Diego has many other negative aspects, not least of which is the gaggle of idiots in Sacramento.
I have a really awesome aluminum hat that protects me from the meters as well as other government mind control efforts. Everyone should have one.
...but have two Gmail accounts for other purposes. I have a TW Business Class account for QOS and trading response. It comes with a static IP and no server restrictions. When my neighbors complain about slow evening and weekend speed, I bob my head up and down and make sympathetic noises. I never see any problem but certainly do pay for it.
Several acquaintances still have Hotmail addresses but a quick scan of my address book only found three. I guess it is diminishing. It seems like they were a lot more common a few year ago.
...entities called "market makers" manipulated the market and made sure that they and their cronies made the lion's share of profits. The market is just different today. It is no better or worse than it has ever been. It is still possible for individual investors to make good money in the market but must educate themselves first. Most retail investors who lose money in the market buy when it is obvious the equity or market is topping, all the smart money has gotten out, and they think they can make a "quick buck." That has always been true and still is. A knowledgeable investor, using relatively inexpensive tools, can make >20% yr/yr, almost regardless of market conditions. Most people will not take the time to educate themselves and avoid emotional responses.