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Comment: Re:What patent laws really need (Score 0) 175

by yada21 (#26728495) Attached to: Bilski Patent Case Appealed To Supreme Court

Imagine you were sent to work abroad for two year's but you dont want to clear your house out to rent it and you're allowance covers that you don't need to. Would you accept a use or lose clause on your house? thought not: I guess communism is a good when it's other people's property being 'redistributed'. Your a dispicable piece of shit.

Comment: Re:I'd go the other way, personally (Score 1, Insightful) 614

by yada21 (#26724229) Attached to: Software Piracy At the Beijing Branch Office?

I have around 300,000 dollars socked away, and therefore I'm in good shape even though I was laid off. If I had been like the typical American, with around 100 grand in debt, I'd be screwed.

Just wait. when they decide to inflate all the debt away you're saving's wont be worth anything either. you'll wish you spent it on fast cars and loose women and gambling or even just wasted it. At least you'd have some memory's.

Comment: Re:Critical thinking anyone? (Score 0) 374

by yada21 (#26666897) Attached to: India Will Show Its $10 Laptop Prototype

You'd be a moron to say that they'll never have a device like this for $10.

I say that and Im not a moron.

Dew to the fiat currency scam by the time they can make it for 10 dollars. say one year frm now. then 10 dollars will be like 200 today. 10 will maybe buy you a cup of coffee or the sugar to put in it.

The major difference between bonds and bond traders is that the bonds will eventually mature.

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