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  • On Tue, 23 Jun 2015, 12:13pm PDT in The Long History of the Poor are Lazy Myth, MMR said:

    Dan8267 says

    There is nothing lazier than siphoning the wealth of other people including employees and savers. CEOs of Fortune 500 companies and owners do the first. The Federal Reserve and the big banks do the second. None of these parasites produce anything, but obtain incredible wealth from exploiting the people who do produce wealth, the middle class worker.

    When have the religious ever ridiculed and condemned the owner class? I think the current pope's recent diatribe against capitalistic greed is the first noteworthy example in a thousand years.

    Walmart

  • On Tue, 23 Jun 2015, 12:12pm PDT in White killers can't be terrorists, MMR said:

    errc says

    Theres two things that occur again and again in every instance of mass murder carried out by white males. Always.

    1.) they are not getting a healthy dose of attention and sexual activity, from females. They never have girlfriends/wives nor do they have a history of contacts a/o relationships with girls.

    2.) they always fuel their bodies, thus their minds, with toxic trash. Every single young, white, mass murderer, is a (poster) child of the food pyramid, and the standard American diet

    Each and every one of them is probably on or withdrawing from an SSRI or antipsychotic drug

  • On Sun, 14 Jun 2015, 12:14pm PDT in The "skills gap" is a myth, MMR said:

    Again, you are claiming that there are no realistic options for med grads to pursue primary care....the reality is that they are ignorant to market realities and that keeps them from pursuing primary care. Furthermore, they are not business minded and lack the cojones to build something by themselves.

    IMGs will take those slots and when they get tired of working for someone else, going with the ACO flow. Once the ACO model crashes and burns (like HMO before it) many of those people will look into the DPC, especially since it has strong support from AAFP
    https://nf.aafp.org/Shop/practice-management-tools/dpc-toolkit

    Several people are doing well; those who aren't usually take insurance, including medicare and medicaid, burn out and sell their practice to a hospital system (even in rural/underserved areas)

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