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Re: 2014 Hottest Year on Record
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Stan can't even understand what he is typing. Based on historic earth temperatures, we are coming out of another ice age (the same kind of scientist that said we have global warming and climate chaos also state the earth was much warmer in the past mixed with ice ages). Any warm up would be a positive sign and life has flourished in much warmer temperatures (I guess the rain forests have lush, dense growth vs Canada for no apparent reason).

To look at just the past 100, 200 or even 500 years is like looking at the stock market for 15 seconds and declaring positive or negative economic growth.

Basing climate on the past 100, 200 or 500 years (to quote Stan) is the "dumbest thing I've ever heard".

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Re: 2014 Hottest Year on Record
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@stanley there are rules for debate, just as there are rules for government(robert, jeffersonian, and so forth) practicing saul alinskies


You had me at hello!

Posted on: Ystrday 6:57 pm
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Re: 2014 Hottest Year on Record
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It is well known that the earth was much warmer before than it is today and this was long, long before any industrial revolution. Can the resident climate experts with doctorates in climatology explain why it is much colder today then during the avg. temp. during the past 500+ million years?

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Re: 2014 Hottest Year on Record
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Re: 2014 Hottest Year on Record
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Ok Stan, reduce CO2 until plants don't survive. Plants die. No oxygen. We die. That makes more sense then increasing co2 and increasing the health of plants that convert cos to oxygen? Really?

Posted on: 3/24 12:50 pm
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Re: 2014 Hottest Year on Record
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What is shockingly stupid is that the US is getting colder and having record cold because of global warming. What is shockingly stupid is being told this science is settled, there can be no debate and being called a flat-earther if you question a "HYPOTHESIS", not fact, a hypothesis that thousands upon thousands of scientists disagree with.

Progressive bullies and corrupt politicians wanting unquestioning power that trying to manipulate flawed so-called scientific studies to advance their radical political agenda.

Posted on: 3/24 12:47 pm
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Re: 2014 Hottest Year on Record
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Watching the video in the article is a must.

Posted on: 3/24 12:29 pm
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Re: 2014 Hottest Year on Record
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Posted on: 3/24 11:35 am
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Re: How to Beat Kentucky
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I expected to see a list of things like:

1. How to cause food-poisoning without it being detected.

2. Getting Lawrence Taylor to send some hookers over to the UK players' rooms the night before the game.

3. Pumping sodium pentothal into UK's locker room.

4. Rifle team.


Makes the most sense to me. Let's get started!

Posted on: 3/24 11:30 am
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Re: convenience@theclintons.com
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WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES IT MAKE!!!!!

Posted on: 3/11 11:21 am
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Re: What's your take on the current state of the economy?
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"New Deal those efforts to stimulate the economy were offset by their adverse on business investment. This is part of what prolonged the Depression. However unless some exceptionally great stimulus led to extraordinary growth in production the pool of unemployment created by the years of recession would continue indefinitely. This is the other part of what prolonged the Depression."

Thanks Eers88. You helped prove my point. Government programs hurt business and government intervention prolonged a depression into the great depression. It was great because of the massive government involvement prolonged the depression giving it the name "the great depression"

Just like Obamacare. The country is just trying to come out of a recession and this train wreck is another example of home government programs hurt business or business reaction to the programs hurts the economy (cutting employees from full time to 29-30 hours a week to avoid Obamacare). If FDR would have maybe reduced the income tax instead of massively increasing it and pass massive legislation, maybe it would have been another depression (like all the previous ones) that would likely be a footnote in history, not a generational catastophy.

New deal failed

Even FDR's treasury secretary said the new deal failed, yet we are trying the same overall concept today with money printing and government intervention. If FDR's trusted friend and the man behind the scenes said it failed to congress, why should I believe anyone else that it succeeded?

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Re: ND OL-man
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Re: What's your take on the current state of the economy?
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What's at dispute is how much money the government is printing. Sure, if you decide you can print all the money you want, why wouldn't you do those things? Pretty sure we aren't.


The fed is telling you how much they are printing or digitizing. Thanks for paying attention. And thanks for not answering my question.

Posted on: 3/7 5:46 pm
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Re: What's your take on the current state of the economy?
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Many people would have lost everything they had. It's real easy to offer up your own money when it never happened. You have this pie in the sky prediction because suits your argument, but it was highly possible we could have slipped into a depression.


That's my point. We should have gone into a depression. The dust would have settled and then real growth and people's wealth would return on solid footing. You want all the very risky reward without any of the punishment. Or if you lose, you want to take someone else's winnings and put it in you pocket for doing nothing. Love the Marxist tone.


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Re: What's your take on the current state of the economy?
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That's complete revisionist history.

No, revisionist history is that government spending got us out of depressions. When did that happen?

Posted on: 3/7 5:40 pm
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Re: What's your take on the current state of the economy?
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Assuming your conspiracy theories about printing money are correct, you might want to study up on what happened during the great depression crash and then compare that to a "sluggish economy".


If my proven theories are wrong and your theories are right about printing money, then why don't we print all the money we can 24/7. Let's print a trillion dollars a day, not just a year, if printing money is great and it helps the economy?

Why don't we make the minimum wage $50, $100, $200/hour if the more money we throw around the better?

Posted on: 3/7 1:11 pm
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Re: What's your take on the current state of the economy?
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We would have crashed. Those who made bad loans would have gone under. Those who didn't would pick up the pieces and be stronger. The economy would reset and the market would be based on real growth in the economy. Natural section. Growth would probably be around 0 the first year and slowly pick up to where you have 4, 5, 6% growth a year, not stagnate 2% like we have had for 7 years now and due for another crash.

The crash of 1921 had very little government regulation and it bounced back quite quickly. On the other hand, the great depression may have lasted as long but FDR prolonged the depression by doing the wrong programs at the wrong time with massive government involvement which prolongs the depression or recession (sound familiar).


Posted on: 3/7 1:07 pm
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Re: Ohhell supports same-sex marriage
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Three way gay marriage

Can it get any better than this?

Posted on: 3/7 11:01 am
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Re: What's your take on the current state of the economy?
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I don't read Zero hedge religiously for follow the market 24-7, just watch some that do. Zero is probably correct on a lot of things, it's just the US and global economies are trying everything to keep happening what should happen. Also, I tend to agree with what another economist said (and it relates to what Bro said). He thinks since inflation is not being reported in other places, that the stock market is where inflation is being witnesses or that is where it is reflected (since food and energy are taken out of the inflation rate). Based on our sluggish economy, does any sane person actually think we should be at record highs? Over 18,000? Seriously?

Posted on: 3/6 2:13 pm
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Re: What's your take on the current state of the economy?
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The Fed doesn't THINK it can control the money supply, IT DOES! That is the Fed's job!

The fact that you don't understand that shows me that you really don't understand this whole process. Did you read the article on the myth by a business publication or do you continue to read your financial advice from a fictional character from a fighting movie?


What I meant by that was the fed thinks it can digitize trillions of dollars and have no consequences or must have a perfect plan to back us out of digitizing trillions of dollars. It would seem to me that the Feds would have difficulty in controlling hyper-inflation, which can happen very rapidly. Or maybe that is their goal. It is their job to control the money and protect the money supply, not trash it.

Weimar republic and hyperinflation

The south had hyperinflation during the Civil War since it printed money like there was no tomorrow.

Civil War hyper inflation

I would love to know the last time printing this much money out of thin air was not extremely harmful. This is what happens when you don't let a market crash. The progressive (both republicans and democrats) politicians are trying everything not to let the economy naturally reset itself so, trillions of dollars later, we still have a sluggish economy just above stall speed. This is like buying 15 trillion dollars in fans and pointing them towards Canada in an effort to try to stop the cold winter air from coming.

And why is the market down today with such good news?
Why are slight interest rate hikes and reduction of free money so bad to such a strong economy as some would like you to believe?

Posted on: 3/6 1:57 pm
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