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Comment: Re:Lots of weird crap coming out of Congress latel (Score -1, Troll) 411

by Rockoon (#49185009) Attached to: White House Threatens Veto Over EPA "Secret Science" Bills

the devil is in the details:

Yes, such as the 50,000 studies they "use" annually.

Thats 137 studies 'used" per day.

I guess common sense doesnt figure into your view of things sine you quoted the part where this is detailed, but failed to notice how ridiculous this is.

Comment: Re:Lots of weird crap coming out of Congress latel (Score 4, Insightful) 411

by Rockoon (#49184911) Attached to: White House Threatens Veto Over EPA "Secret Science" Bills
From the article:

"The bills, introduced by a mostly Republican cast of sponsors in both the House and the Senate, would require that EPA use only publicly available, reproducible data in writing regulations and seek to remake the membership and procedures of the agency’s science advisory panels."

The president plans to veto common sense.

Comment: Re:Attack the messenger... (Score 1) 393

by Rockoon (#49139741) Attached to: Lawmakers Seek Information On Funding For Climate Change Critics

If his papers are fine then why did he not disclose his funding source?

Prove that he didnt. Currently, all there are are claims that he didn't under the premise that sometimes he is funded by X but in some papers he doesnt say that he is funded by X.

25 years ago I collected unemployment or a few months, which is why I am now disclosing that this post was funded by unemployment insurance. Also, its funded by the lottery administration because once I had a $4 winner. Not to omit anything, my current employer is also funding this post, and lets not forget that my friend paid for dinner the other night.

Sure, none of that actually funded this post, but then apparently you dont have to prove that they did in order to damn me.

Comment: Re:I hope so (Score 1) 252

by Rockoon (#49101443) Attached to: No Tech Bubble Here, Says CNN: "This Time It's Different."

You and your imaginary broker that allows you to do short selling without a fat margin

Are you imagining that we are claiming to sell short with an empty wallet?

When you wallet is empty, you cannot buy either.

perhaps the reason you cannot imagine regular folks selling short is that you are an idiot that doesnt know how to sell short? yeah... all your posts indicate this. All your posts indicate that you know extremely little about anything market related, least of all how people short stocks.

Comment: Re:Reality Flip Switch (Score 2) 252

by Rockoon (#49100465) Attached to: No Tech Bubble Here, Says CNN: "This Time It's Different."
oh noes!! deflation! stuff will get cheaper and thats terrible!!

All the opponents of deflation cite cases where there was a economic catastrophe that resulted in deflation, where they then spin it to blame all the bad things that happened on the deflation rather than the catastrophe.

Lower prices isnt bad. Period.

Comment: Re:IRS + medical (Score 1) 211

by Rockoon (#49097911) Attached to: 800,000 Using HealthCare.gov Were Sent Incorrect Tax Data

Yup, there's that too. Still, however, if you get your health insurance without any subsidy, the IRS only need to know that you have it.

Why didnt you address the part in his post which refutes what you are now saying? Seems like you large amount of intellectual dishonesty on your part. (why so dishonest? is it that you are uninformed and don't realize just how dishonest you are being?) You have to have the right kind of health insurance. Many people had plans much more responsible than so called qualified plans, that dont qualify.

When I was growing up the plans were called Major Medical, and later on they were re-tokened High Deductible. They are cheaper and cover more of the things that insurance is for, which is preventing a financial catastrophe. They exclude the middle man from routine expenses like yearly physicals and teeth cleanings, making those activities cheaper as well.

But no... you want to dishonestly defend the ACA like its a good thing when clearly a good thing would encourage Major Medical, rather than declare it unqualified.

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