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    Unemployment rates are severely under tracked.

    in General Discussion on 30 July 2010

    binary solo said:  Fix the global economic and political systems and migration will disappear as a perennial political hot button issue. You do realize that: (1) The word "Fix" carries different meanings for different people, and..... (2) Achieving such a goal would be, if not actually equivalent to, then at least as hard as, solving world hunger and achieving sustainable world...

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    President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad of Iran is a man of peace.

    in General Discussion on 30 July 2010

    Final-Fan said: @ Kasz:  it's hard to tell, but it looks to me like the numbers are similar on average but more stable, and going up.  The point MrStick was making was specific to the US, Kasz's graph is oil production overall and doesn't focus on the eventual destination or even the nationality of the oil companies profiting from the oil.IIRC when the oil deals were all set up...

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    Misclicks and Lost Posts

    in Website Topics on 25 July 2010

    I don't know how much of an issue this is for other people but the way writing a reply currently works is that you have a floating dialogue box above the page with the background slightly grayed out. The problem is that if you click off the dialogue box it closes and everything you've written is now lost and you have to rewrite the post. Sometimes I'm looking up information elsewhere for my...

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    Unemployment rates are severely under tracked.

    in General Discussion on 20 July 2010

    NoddyHolder said: HappySqurriel said: Right ... If it wasn’t for government interference through pseudo-governmental bodies like Fannie Mae, Freddy Mac and the Federal reserve and the government bailing out the banks, auto industry and airlines every decade the economy wouldn’t be in the mess it is in today. The US government can’t even seem to write simple,...

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    Krugman: Spend Now, Save Later

    in General Discussion on 20 July 2010

    Akvod said: Sqrl said: Personally? Yes I am against extending benefits to 126 weeks.  But that is not what I was saying here.What I have said is that this article opens my eyes to how much of a political hack Krugman is (or at least can be), and that I had prior to this respected him as someone I disagree with but whom was reasonable and worth considering. That unfortunately is no...

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    Unemployment rates are severely under tracked.

    in General Discussion on 20 July 2010

    NoddyHolder said: Sqrl said: NoddyHolder said: if they were a good, left wing government, yes they would, problem is you muppets block left wing politicians from getting in, now you are punishing the poor for wanting representation, well done. Oh for sure. That is why places dominated by left wing politics are doing so much better than places dominated by right wing politics. ...

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    Unemployment rates are severely under tracked.

    in General Discussion on 20 July 2010

    NoddyHolder said: Sqrl said: NoddyHolder said: HappySqurriel said: Yeah, a lot of posters on these forums (and throughout the internet) have been saying this for years. While there are several conspiracy theories why most governments choose such misleading methodologies to calculate statistics, the simplest and most reasonable explanation is that individuals would be less willing to...

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    Unemployment rates are severely under tracked.

    in General Discussion on 20 July 2010

    NoddyHolder said: HappySqurriel said: Yeah, a lot of posters on these forums (and throughout the internet) have been saying this for years. While there are several conspiracy theories why most governments choose such misleading methodologies to calculate statistics, the simplest and most reasonable explanation is that individuals would be less willing to support the government’s...

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    Krugman: Spend Now, Save Later

    in General Discussion on 20 July 2010

    Akvod said: Sqrl said: Akvod said: What are we doing? >.< Punishing the Jobless http://www.nytimes.com/2010/07/05/opinion/05krugman.html?_r=1&hp Thanks for the link. I can really see how off I was about Krugman after reading that piece.   I mean knew Krugman had turned into a bit of a political hack, but I had no idea it had gone that far. So, you're against...

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    Krugman: Spend Now, Save Later

    in General Discussion on 08 July 2010

    Final-Fan said: richardhutnik said: You use gold and silver in economies AS money.  The thing is that, when markets break down, and people can't trust anything, and get basic goods and services, they want food and clothing.  They don't want gold or silver.  You can historically see what happens, from Katrina onward, and even the Soviet Empire.  People bartered goods and...

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    Krugman: Spend Now, Save Later

    in General Discussion on 08 July 2010

    Akvod said: What are we doing? >.< Punishing the Jobless http://www.nytimes.com/2010/07/05/opinion/05krugman.html?_r=1&hp Thanks for the link. I can really see how off I was about Krugman after reading that piece.   I mean knew Krugman had turned into a bit of a political hack, but I had no idea it had gone that far....

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    Krugman: Spend Now, Save Later

    in General Discussion on 08 July 2010

    Final-Fan said: Kasz216 said:(Really being born in the country making you a citizen should be gotten rid of in general anyway.) Why on earth do you think that's a bad idea?  What additional restrictions would you place?  Personally, I would change it to require being born on US soil to at least 'legal residents' of the U.S.. The whole anchor baby thing is massively abused....

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    Krugman: Spend Now, Save Later

    in General Discussion on 02 July 2010

    richardhutnik said: There is a long chain of linking interdependencies in a modern society, which prevent people from seeing the direct result of their actions and inactions, in the big scheme of things.  Therefore, the end result is that people won't do what is needed to make changes, as you have stated.  And this needed responsibility isn't just that people take care of themselves...

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    Krugman: Spend Now, Save Later

    in General Discussion on 01 July 2010

    richardhutnik said: My main point regarding Libertarianism is that, it is insufficient to effectively provide for a better society, and given the nature of human beings to be subject to vices and sheer stupidity, that if it isn't tempered with other values, you aren't going to have much of a society.  The issues is for society to do more on its own, without government involvement, or you...

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    Krugman: Spend Now, Save Later

    in General Discussion on 01 July 2010

    richardhutnik said: mrstickball said: You assume that all libertarians are anarcho-capitalists, Richard. They aren't. I am not. I believe that its the governments job to provide very strong courts for people to ensure proper recourse should their rights be violated - against corporations, private people, social liberties, ect. I also believe the government shouldn't have a large part in...

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    Krugman: Spend Now, Save Later

    in General Discussion on 01 July 2010

    richardhutnik said: I will say that capitalism alone needs to be tempered by other things, or people will suffer.  This is not necessarily more government.  It means that people need to have other things they value besides maximizing profits.  A sense of compassion would help, and people actually doing things to help their neighbor, would help a lot.  Capitalism is a great...

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    New Community Manager and Head Moderator!

    in Website Topics on 30 June 2010

    Congratz on the promotion Machina~...

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    Krugman: Spend Now, Save Later

    in General Discussion on 30 June 2010

    richardhutnik said: mrstickball said: That is why I'm a libertarian, and am only voting for serious politicians that care about reducing the size of government, regardless of party. I agree 100% that Republicans are no better...Look at the Bush years. I believe Libertarianism has some merit.  However, I think they aren't realistic in what they want, and they fail MISERABLY...

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    Krugman: Spend Now, Save Later

    in General Discussion on 25 June 2010

    mrstickball said: richardhutnik said: And if this money flows offshore, and causes people outside of the U.S to be employed instead of having U.S jobs created by government spending, how does that fix anything? The idea that all you have to do is cut taxes, and cut regulation, and somehow it wil fix everything, presumes that progress ALWAYS happens, and what is needed will always show up...

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    Krugman: Spend Now, Save Later

    in General Discussion on 25 June 2010

    HappySqurriel said: I would have thought that Keynesians would finally realize spending your way out of a recession as being an unworkable strategy by now; unfortunately this approach is driven more by blind faith than rational thought, and they’re unwilling to admit that all the massive spending that has happened has done is delay the crisis, prolong the recession, and indebt people who...

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