GhostZ
GhostZ
12/19/17
12:24 AM
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It’s worse, they see it as an electoral benefit. They repeal net neutrality in 2017, they get millions of dollars of telecom donations for their candidates in 2018 and 2020. By the time those elections roll around, most of the people upset about net neutrality have moved on to other issues and the rest can be bought Read more

12/19/17
12:10 AM
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Congress and every bill they have attempted to pass has had extremely low approval numbers nationally. Congress has lower approval than the president, who is already at record-lows. Winning an election by 52% but then only doing things approved by 10-20% of the public is not acting in the public’s best interests. Read more

10/18/17
7:23 PM
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What if the GMC Sonoma IS your beater?

10/17/17
6:39 PM
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The point is that single player games can still be profitable, more so even than multiplayer ones, if you are willing to continue supporting them ala GTAV / Skyrim. And GTAV has still hit $2bn of revenue in under 4 years. Read more

10/17/17
6:11 AM
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Not to be “that guy” but the property rates, maintenence/upkeep costs, travel costs, and resources cost to grow your own food would make living a 1900s existence in 2017 far more expensive than in the 1900s when land was literally free and farmable land in a quiet environment was a day’s horse ride away. Read more

10/17/17
6:07 AM
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We don’t need socialism, we just need capitalism made with consideration for the entire economy. Read more

10/17/17
6:02 AM
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This is a simple adverse selection problem and the scientifically-supported economic approach is to tax or regulate efficiency gains from automation to provide paid no-experience-necessary jobs or free/subsidized college education to workers, so that if you do lose your job to a robot, you’re guaranteed the training Read more

10/14/17
7:36 AM
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There’s definitely a gap in age brackets, but a lot of young people have TV packages already due to the way cable internet is offered. It costs comcast almost nothing to offer TV bundled for cheap on top of your cable internet, and they get away with it by over-charging for internet only services. Often times, taking Read more

10/14/17
7:27 AM
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The problem with a lot of this is that any middle-marketing executive will show this to their boss, and it will be immediately dismissed as “fans demanding we spend tons of money on things we don’t even know how to do for no profit”, because promoters are not software developers. The idea of building out a “streaming Read more

10/13/17
10:56 PM
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That’s what people said about Archer, Futurama, The Simpsons, the Venture Brothers, and Aqua Teen Hunger Force. Rick and Morty isn’t that special. It’s clever and extremely well done, but it’s very obviously rooted in its genre as an animated sitcom. No other shows use multiple dimensions as a gimmick but the writing Read more

10/13/17
5:40 PM
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It’s basically Seinfeld + Twilight Zone. Lots of sitcom humor and visual/verbal jokes around a sci-fi concept. Read more

10/13/17
5:38 PM
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There’s only 31 20-minute episodes, so compared to those shows it’s barely past its “first season”. Totally enough to binge watch in a weekend. Read more

10/12/17
6:52 PM
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This. The money you take in with taxes has to be properly used and regulated to keep education costs low so that workers can be more skilled, keeping wages high by helping a business’s bottom line with more efficient, skilled labor. Read more

10/12/17
6:44 PM
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Think about how you’re only rich because of the economy and country supporting your career, and how helping out the poor will improve that country. Think about helping the next generation be better off than you are. What is a small sacrifice (not “giving up” anything) for you will change the lives of hundreds and Read more

10/5/17
5:12 PM
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Would you be in favor of gun control laws with expiry licenses like automobiles have? Every year you have to designate a purpose for the gun and if it’s not used for that purpose you get your license revoked? I’m not sure why guns are advocated as being for hunting when in many states it’s more difficult to legally Read more