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#16 DrStool

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Posted 21 September 2004 - 08:39 AM

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Posted 21 September 2004 - 08:41 AM

By the way, I just discovered this morning that the bookstore link at the bottom of the page was not working. It is now. Some really great specials in the bookstore through the end of September. Including Hurst marked down to 16 bucks! Go check it out. A great way to support the Stool too!

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Posted 21 September 2004 - 08:43 AM

Gold up $4.10.

It's a long way to the top
If you wanna rock 'n roll

MH- The $70 Trillion Beast:

Two important points about the country's fiscal system help to make this clear. The first is that Washington has historically engaged in immense wealth redistribution from younger to older generations, mainly through Social Security and Medicare. Those programs' benefits were essentially provided free to the first groups of eligible retirees (in the 1930's for Social Security and the 1960's for Medicare), and then expanded over the years without the government's demanding matching contributions from recipients. The younger generations keep having to pick up the tab for the older generations' expanding benefits.

The second major point is that, as even the president's 2005 budget admits, our current tax and spending policies are unsustainable. We face a long-term fiscal gap that is almost unimaginable: the total difference between the cost of all promised benefits and the revenues to pay for them is about $70 trillion.


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Posted 21 September 2004 - 08:53 AM

Gold up $4.10.

It's a long way to the top
If you wanna rock 'n roll

MH- The $70 Trillion Beast:

Two important points about the country's fiscal system help to make this clear. The first is that Washington has historically engaged in immense wealth redistribution from younger to older generations, mainly through Social Security and Medicare. Those programs' benefits were essentially provided free to the first groups of eligible retirees (in the 1930's for Social Security and the 1960's for Medicare), and then expanded over the years without the government's demanding matching contributions from recipients. The younger generations keep having to pick up the tab for the older generations' expanding benefits.

The second major point is that, as even the president's 2005 budget admits, our current tax and spending policies are unsustainable. We face a long-term fiscal gap that is almost unimaginable: the total difference between the cost of all promised benefits and the revenues to pay for them is about $70 trillion.


How Tax Cuts Feed the Beast

Now: Lots of Taxation and P*ss Poor Representation; As a British Colony: 3%. Hmm

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Posted 21 September 2004 - 08:58 AM

OK,OK already, I didn't die. Thanks to all for the warm friendly posts & emails of support. Doc says I have a couple months left on my subscriptions left so I won't let them go to waste. :)


More Layoffs At Maytag Plant
http://www.kwwl.com/...y.asp?S=2325951

Anderson hospital lays off 45 workers
http://www.heraldtri...1/APN/409210686

Longaberger to lay off another 650
http://www.zanesvill...ws/1273859.html

Peoples Energy trims workforce, cuts profit forecast
http://www.chicagotr...hi-business-hed

Another 400 to lose jobs
http://www.newsday.c...iness-headlines

The fall of AT&T Wireless
The deal, which could close as early as next month, likely will be followed by massive layoffs
http://seattlepi.nws...742_attw21.html

Intermet warning triggers sell-off.
Bankruptcy is a threat, says anal cyst
http://www.freep.com...1e_20040921.htm

160 jobs cut at Dex phone book publisher
http://www.startribu...35/4992077.html

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Posted 21 September 2004 - 09:03 AM

OK,OK already, I didn't die. Thanks to all for the warm friendly posts & emails of support. Doc says I have a couple months left on my subscriptions left so I won't let them go to waste. :)

Nice to see you back.

#22 orvack

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Posted 21 September 2004 - 09:04 AM

Classic guerrilla war forming in Iraq

Recent upsurge in attacks against authorities and US forces has parallels, and differences, with past insurgencies.

By Brad Knickerbocker | Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor

War is never by the books. Adversaries learn and adapt. The political climate shifts on both sides. Loyalties and alliances couple and decouple. The civilian populace - caught in the crossfire - often remains passive just to survive.   

To many experts, the conflict in Iraq has entered a new phase that resembles a classic guerrilla war with US forces now involved in counterinsurgency. And despite the lack of ideological cohesion among insurgent groups, history suggests that it could take as long as a decade to defeat them.

"Guerrilla warfare is the most underrated and the most successful form of warfare in human history," says Ivan Eland, a specialist on national security at the Independent Institute in Oakland, Calif. "It is a defensive type of war against a foreign invader. If the guerrillas don't lose, they win. The objective is to wait out your opponent until he goes home."

From the Filipino insurrection during the Spanish-American War to Vietnam to El Salvador, American troops have had plenty of experience in fighting home-grown enemies that look nothing like a conventional army. As have France in Algeria, Britain in Malaysia and Northern Ireland, Israel in the occupied territories.

Though "counterinsurgency" calls up memories of Vietnam, there may be as many differences as similarities.

http://www.csmonitor...p01s01-woiq.htm



#23 The brown one

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Posted 21 September 2004 - 09:05 AM

Stool in a Pool: Interesting although I not sure why the author takes so much time to work out what income tax at one shilling in the pound is!

As any pre-decimalization Brit will tell you it's 5% as there were 20 shillings in one pound! :rolleyes:

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Posted 21 September 2004 - 09:07 AM

Government messing with numbers
http://www.gillespie.../article/id=264

#25 DrStool

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Posted 21 September 2004 - 09:07 AM

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Posted 21 September 2004 - 09:09 AM

OK,OK already, I didn't die. Thanks to all for the warm friendly posts & emails of support. Doc says I have a couple months left on my subscriptions left so I won't let them go to waste. :)


More Layoffs At Maytag Plant
http://www.kwwl.com/...y.asp?S=2325951

Anderson hospital lays off 45 workers
http://www.heraldtri...1/APN/409210686

Longaberger to lay off another 650
http://www.zanesvill...ws/1273859.html

Peoples Energy trims workforce, cuts profit forecast
http://www.chicagotr...hi-business-hed

Another 400 to lose jobs
http://www.newsday.c...iness-headlines

The fall of AT&T Wireless
The deal, which could close as early as next month, likely will be followed by massive layoffs
http://seattlepi.nws...742_attw21.html

Intermet warning triggers sell-off.
Bankruptcy is a threat, says anal cyst
http://www.freep.com...1e_20040921.htm

160 jobs cut at Dex phone book publisher
http://www.startribu...35/4992077.html

hey man! hows your back? I just dropped another storm damaged tree.

loaded on trailer to get it up to road,fema is picking up as I type

we has 9oo' of downed trees and limbs piled up over the last 2 wks

I hear you live on a creek,so do I.

as they say, if the creek dont rise :P we got bulls to slay!

#27 huey9

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Posted 21 September 2004 - 09:12 AM

tanks for the info sleddog.

my wife works for at&t. 12,000-20,000 more jobs lost by year end.

glad we have a strong economy we would really be screwed

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Posted 21 September 2004 - 09:17 AM

[hey man! hows your back? I just dropped another storm damaged tree.

loaded on trailer to get it up to road,fema is picking up as I type

I have this really strong friend.

He was working on the down trees.

Pulled to start a chain saw and hurt his back real bad.

Thinking it was just over working.

How did you get fema to come over? Did you call them or did they just come by?

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Posted 21 September 2004 - 09:18 AM

http://progressivetr...0Hartmann.shtml


Thanks for the link Plunger.

We are witnessing the biggest Domestic Counter-Intelligence operation in
the history of our country and failure is not an option.


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Posted 21 September 2004 - 09:23 AM

i'd like to see Hypertiger, Stained Jeans and Sphinxster return as well.





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