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johnnicinco's most recent comments:
- On 10 Apr 2013
Wanted: House for $74,000 in Mesa, AZ 85207,
Today it was 65 degrees and blustery...will be high 80's for the next month. Just finished with 6 months of pretty good weather. Yeah I want to live in Mesa.
- On 23 Sep 2012
Heartaches by the Number,
I keep saying the same thing...give yourself a pay cut, buy anything not made in the United States, actually it is give your neighbor a pay cut, or a layoff. Or Hungry? Out of work?
Eat your rice burner! I realize it is pointless to pay more for products, unless everyone does here in the U.S. It is an inevitable conclusion that we will be just as poor as the assemblers of China if we keep buying foreign goods, including oil. That's because the money goes out, and doesn't come back...to private industry...instead it goes back to the Fed to buy bonds... to a point
- On 1 Aug 2012
The Newsroom Opening Scene (Wow!),
I believe he said we only led three categories, didn't he forget about gross domestic product, even if it has been gross lately in some categories like fast food, prescription drugs, and some of the recent music and entertainment. I think we lead in food production as well, even if we use some of it to make ethanol which is totally insane overall, but if the government subsidizes its production then I can't blame the ones who produce it. I think we may have the lowest ratio of pollution to GNP, and I think we are leaders in the ratio of the area of really cool places for recreation and travel to the area of slums and unappealing places. You can say we didn't make the really cool places, but you also have to say we preserved them pretty good. I think when I see us be obviously defeated in any technologically based short term conflict....at that point I will not continue to claim we are one of the leading contributers of technological advances. We're not all that bad, but we really should stop buying so much imported stuff or we're going to strangle the research and development, not to mention the people.