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8537

Senior Member, from New England's West Coast

8537 was last seen:
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    1. ScienceRocks
    2. Google
      Google
      "Some of the interest, say 10%, it gets from those bonds it holds onto the Fed uses to fund its operations. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, for instance, by way of Dodd-Frank, specifically gets funded from the interest that the Fed collects on the U.S. Treasury debt it owns." (Debt Ceiling: Could Ron Paul's Plan Save Us From Disaster, twice? - The Curious Capitalist - TIME.com) By law the FED stakeholders DO NOT profit off of QE2 bills.
    3. del
      del
      no problem going forward :)
    4. Grampa Murked U
      Grampa Murked U
      Thx, I think *looks under new rep for explosives*
    5. Dot Com
      Dot Com
      thanks for that ;-)
    6. Claudette
      Claudette
      Thanks for the Rep.

      Nice to meet someone who knows where the White Mountains are.

      Have a great day..
    7. PoliticalChic
      PoliticalChic
      We'll lock horns in the future! Be well.
    8. HUGGY
      HUGGY
      Making a description of earliest "life" is difficult because the earth was so different then. Most people only see and can envision what we live in now. They cannot "see" anything else. Life could not start now as it did "then" because of the oxygen we have now.

      Thanks for the rep.
    9. blu
      blu
      are you the old poster from the hannity boards that talked about economics a lot? if so, you were one of my favorite people to read there
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    There are two novels that can change a bookish fourteen-year old's life: The Lord of the Rings and Atlas Shrugged. One is a childish fantasy that often engenders a lifelong obsession with its unbelievable heroes, leading to an emotionally stunted, socially crippled adulthood, unable to deal with the real world. The other, of course, involves orcs

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    1. Black people are "incapable of leading" (Rabbi)
    2. South Africa was a "prosperous" and "civilized" country under Apartheid. (Uncensored)
    3. Willowtree is going "to vote for Romney because he's white."
    4. The 1983 bombing of the Marine Barracks in Beirut was not terrorism. (Kaz)