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  1. Mattandsuch
    Yesterday 07:36 AM
    Yeah, I saw, mehhhhh it's not the same. Clarkson and the gang are making their own show for Amazon.
  2. GreyCrow
  3. Viviane
  4. ness2361
    06-07-2016 10:26 AM
  5. Cacao
    06-07-2016 09:58 AM
    I know.
  6. Cacao
    06-07-2016 09:57 AM
    made an erro its 499 and you got d again
  7. Viviane
    You should be + 1 here
  8. EndGame
  9. byhisello99
    no one cares, TMM. At least in this subforum.
  10. EndGame
  11. Clueless
    06-02-2016 09:34 AM
    Huh, neither a chuckle nor an excoriation for oblivious arrogance? Was sure I'd get one or the other.
  12. clock40man
    06-01-2016 10:49 AM
    clock40man commented on If Someone Could Change Your Mind....
    fair enough
  13. PunkinA
    05-31-2016 08:03 AM
    Could I ask you what you see as the advantages of balancing a budget?

    Could I ask you what you see as the advantages of paying down all debt?

    Do you see any negative consequences of pursuing those strategies?

    Would you be willing to settle on a compromise, such as setting up a budget with reduced deficits and paying down some, but not all, debt?
  14. PunkinA
    05-27-2016 09:06 AM
    That's unfortunate for me to hear. From my perspective, I'd be getting everything I wanted with a Hillary Clinton win. I would be getting more than I ever imagined I didn't want with Trump. At least for me, I have a "winning" outcome.

    I wonder if a person like me can learn to listen to a person like you and find a way to help you get something out of a new America. If you had to pick one or two key issues, what would they be?
  15. PunkinA
    05-27-2016 08:40 AM
    I don't agree with what your last post in this conversation.

    See you in November.

    Can we at least agree to abide by the outcomes of the election?
  16. PunkinA
    05-27-2016 08:22 AM
    That's still a little off the mark.

    More of what was happening was the American Public was complaining that healthcare seemed like it could get out of hand. The overall attitude though was, "Math is hard."

    The actuaries looked into the problem and agreed with the public. They said, it's complicated, but well fix the magic. They fixed the magic, sort of.

    The American Public came back angry and said, "This doesn't look like we thought it would.", but were too embarrassed to admit "Math is still hard."

    Now you're pointing to indicators you don't understand.

    Medical costs were not leveling. At least not by the informal studies I saw.
  17. PunkinA
    05-27-2016 06:54 AM
    PunkinA commented on $15 Minimum Wage will Advance Automation
    While what you are saying is technically correct in one specific interpretation, you miss the spirit of the point. Yes, in some regions, monthly premium increased as a result of PPACA, expected value of medical costs per household dropped instantly. Also, since the inception of PPACA, medical spending overall has increased, but at a slower rate of increase than before the PPACA. While medical costs have continued to rise, PPACA is not the viable culprit.
  18. Claudus
    05-25-2016 11:05 AM
    Claudus commented on $15 Minimum Wage will Advance Automation
    Good point.
  19. 2obvious
    05-11-2016 12:03 AM
    2obvious commented on Fat is not an insult
  20. sn1993j
    05-02-2016 06:38 PM
    sn1993j commented on America needs a new voting system
    Short and to the point. Most voters are incredibly ill informed.

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