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I used to be disgusted, but now I try to be amused.
One of the Koch brothers recently said that he would consider voting for Hillary Clinton rather than Trump. Mr. Herold's comment about the Kochs' support for plutocrats was prescient.
Perhaps the best solution is not how to divide up space within the building, but not to build it at all. That way there's no argument about whether somebody else's piece of the cake is too big. Furthermore, will the new building guarantee higher graduation rates or better jobs for graduates? Let's see that data before the money is spent, please.
The government should provide free tattoos and free tattoo removal. Feel the (laser) Bern!
Yeah! The voters wanted it even though they voted against it! Their lips were saying no, but Stuckart and the Council knew they meant yes.
Are we obliged to stand in front of moving trains, or can we stand in front of ones that are stopped? The ones that are stopped aren't going anywhere and don't need stopping, but you can only stand in front of a moving train once. That's not much of a career if you want to be known as a professional activist.
If history proves anything, it is that regulators are never able to anticipate all outcomes of their market interventions, and all that tinkering only increases the damage of the inevitable "black swan" event. Allowing markets to function naturally won't prevent black swans, but will decrease their frequency and the damage they cause. What are the consequences of the latest round of tinkering by over confident regulators? We'll find out eventually, and to our regret.
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