Robert should have posted one thread with all of the links to your old failed predictions instead of a comment in each thread. It provided some nice evidence of your past failed predictions this morning when they were all on the front page. OTOH, it is just the tip of the iceberg as far as your stupidity goes. It's clear that a lame personal attack is your best defense when confronted with your past mistakes.
Got a Pro-100 with 50 sheets of 13"x19" photo paper recently for $100 after rebate. That's basically free with purchase of paper. I know they are trying to hook you on the ink, but it's amazing the quality for price you can get these days. Mine was a little tedious to set up the wifi, but all in all finding a place for the monster and putting it there was the hardest part.
If it's good enough for the white working class, who can't be protected, it's good enough for the white credentialed middle class
Credentialed people make more in all countries. Would you hire a lawyer who studied an exam manual for two weeks? Would you want someone like that building a bridge or teaching your kids? Fuck no. Engineers are facing more competition, though, as China is educating a shit load of them. I'm all for importing doctors from Cuba, because they are good.
What people have been telling the working class for 20 years is that you have to retrain and try to improve your credentials. What you are saying, is let's allow anyone to get any job with no or inferior credentials. That's not a good solution to the problem of too many uncredentialed workers.
If I had a job in robotics and other automation methods, I'd be against free trade too. I haven't heard any noise from Trump about imposing tariffs on goods made by robots in the US.
As for everybody else, Trump will have to make a better case to convince me. His case may be good enough for the general election. Hillary didn't fight Bernie over the issue, so it's not clear how she will approach it with Trump. She can't out-protectionist his ass. That's for sure.
and I believe quite soon will meet a catastrophic demise
Why so soon? We've been rolling along since 1935 with no silver standard. What is different now? Furthermore, what is fundamentally untenable about a money base that is not tied to the amount of a material that can be dug out of the ground?
If you want more people to read your story, you should fix the link.
I didn't think that chart was for the average runners.
The chart shows how your speed would decrease if you stay in shape. It probably applies to all active athletes. It doesn't apply to people who ran track in high school, but then gained 25 lbs and got angina.
I bought in 2011 and again in 2013, not because it felt like the right move, but because the numbers made sense. Where I was, renting would have been a shitty option. Plus, it looked clear that the masters of the universe were not going to let housing free-fall and blow up the financial system. Clearly, lots of people made the same decision. Otherwise, prices would not have risen as much.
Are Finland, Sweden, France and Canada screwed as well? It seems like a non-issue, as there are likely plenty of qualified women to choose from. I'm surprised she would commit to it though. It would have been smarter politically for her to say that she would look for qualified women and pick them when they were the best candidates or something to that effect.