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  • On Wed, 20 Jul 2016, 7:15pm PDT in Oakland to vote on stricter rent control, E-man said:

    While we're at it, I suggest we put a cap on how much the people, who live in a rent control unit, should make.

    If we want a healthier society, we should also put a cap on a height to weight ratio. Put them on a diet if they're overweight or obese. If they don't comply, fine them.

  • On Mon, 11 Jul 2016, 12:15am PDT in The entitled rich, E-man said:

    Dan,

    The title should be "The Entitled Bitch." A supermodel married a much older billionaire. Don't tell me it was love. It was a business. 13 years later, the old man wants another young bitch. What are you going to do?

  • On Sat, 21 May 2016, 11:52pm PDT in Team Logan vs Team Depression Serfs, E-man said:

    Logan,

    Thanks for sharing Barry Goldwater's letter. Barry got it right. You can't change people's mind. People will believe what they want to believe.

    Let's get back to economics. Based on the current economic indicators, there's no recession insight, but that can change in the coming quarters. What does your crystal ball say? I think you're a little too bullish while I'm starting to get cautious. I believe we're approaching the last phase of the cycle. Things should remain good until spring/summer 2017, but all bets are off after that IMHO. I will re-evaluate my position then.

    With that said, I'm with you that there's no recession this year or even the 1st half of next year, but what about the 2nd half of 2017 or 2018? I expect the next recession to be a mild one so regardless of who's getting elected, that person has a high probability of being a one term president if history is any indication. Let me ask you this: what do you think will be the catalyst for the next recession?

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