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  • Enginerd

    Enginerd

    March 10, 2015, 6:59 am

    >People with the money and leverage shouldn't be more influencial then anyone else.

    Not over the country, but they certainly should over the companies they invested in. How would you feel if you couldn't buy a home, but could only buy 1/100th of 100 homes? You'd have no say in how to live.

    This might not affect public companies much, as they often are already structured this way, but smaller, private companies might have a dozen (or fewer) investors. They like being in control of the things they own.

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  • privatejoker86

    privatejoker86

    March 10, 2015, 5:50 pm

    At least you know you can't handle it.

    The potential of it is for you to misuse a tool you have been given. As a big boy, I can trust myself not to spend money I do not have, so I enjoy the additional protections and rewards that a credit card incurs.

    In addition to cash back, I have the ability to fight fraud when I see the transactions instead of once someone has completely drained my account through fraudulent purchases. I'd rather fight the fraud battle while I still have the money IN my checking account.

    I'm guessing there are quite a few redditors responsible enough to handle credit.

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  • rgower

    rgower

    March 10, 2015, 7:21 am

    On average, yep, that's all i played. I probably played ~25 days a month (had rules like no playing after a day of drinking or smoking weed) or just the occasional off day due to stressing from downswings...

    So I guess WHEN I DO PLAY, I probably play for something closer to 1 hour and half, but I play around 30 hours a month.

    This is actually pretty standard. Most pro's all put in between 1-2 hours per day.... some guys that are insane play 3 hours a day. Your mind starts melting at that point though.

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  • Nibbles1

    Nibbles1

    March 11, 2015, 12:53 am

    It's pretty good. The system is somewhat overburdened but you see this in waits for elective surgery's, anything serious and you go straight through. The governments solution to this has been to impose taxes after a certain income threshold that make it so you save money by getting private health insurance. You're still covered and in the public system, but mostly for electives you can go into the private system, free up the public one.

    You get lots of care when you're older. As far as hospitals go you're covered 100% in the public system. There are some exceptions, like if there's an expensive surgery you need that, at best, will give you another 6 months, I don't think it would be covered. I'm not sure what the thresholds are there though. Conversely though if it was an approved surgery (ie not experimental or something) that gives you even a tiny chance of recovery, you'd get it.

    There's a tonne of out of hospital support for the elderly too.

    The system overall is good. If you have a doctor who bulk bills, you pay nothing for a consultation. If you go to a private doctor you have to pay and then you can get a rebate of 75% back. Hospitals are covered 100%.

    In my own experience I've been to hospital twice. Once was for food poisoning, was admitted dehydrated, ended up on a couple of drips. Other time was for a ear infection, had to go to the eye and ear hospital. Never saw a bill for either.

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  • docsiv

    docsiv

    March 11, 2015, 3:02 am

    I say let him try to bring it to US courts, the press will be phenomenal! And in this case, bad publicity is really bad publicity! I've been watching this from day one, and I think it's a riot!

    I wish John Stwart or Stephen Cobert would bring it up! I believe in free speech, so he can have his show, but he asked for this, now he can rot! And I find it amazing how rabit his fans are!

    I'm also lovin' the whole rat killer elf thing! I can just see a little minibeck running around carrying his little sword, with his little superman cape (that's all he wearing) chasing super size rats around his mommy kitchen table. Yelling "Die Liberal Die!"

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  • jellicle

    jellicle

    March 10, 2015, 4:57 pm

    You don't understand. Most insurance plans tend not to cover costs for conditions that predate the initial coverage date.... for about the first 3-6 months. After that 3-6 month period, those conditions will be covered like anything else. It's not a permanent thing.

    If you don't have anything really serious and debilitating, you should have no more problems than anyone else getting health coverage.

    Virginia doesn't have a high-risk pool so if you really have applied and been rejected by many insurers, your only remaining solution would be to work for an employer that offers group health coverage - any government agency, most large businesses, etc.

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  • americanpsycho

    americanpsycho

    March 11, 2015, 1:16 am

    Go outside at some point and really look at things, at nature, people. Eat some really tasty wet fruit, have sex (maybe), touch things of all textures, listen to music, try to watch a comedy. Avoid heavy emotional films (the first time), look at the stars. Enjoy your trip. Don't drive or operate machinery, don't talk to your parents (if you are young). And if you start having anxiety or negative thoughts, remind yourself that in 10 hours your life will be exactly as it was before you dropped the acid.

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  • Borealismeme

    Borealismeme

    March 10, 2015, 5:20 am

    Here's a not unremarkable passage that serves as an example of their methods:

    *The RATE group suspects that large amounts of radioactive decay occurred during the first three days of Creation as part of the supernatural Creation process. The jury is still out and, until we complete our research phase, this concept is only hypothetical. The presence of supernatural "process" during Creation is essential to our approach, however.*

    I'm having trouble expressing the full measure of disdain I hold for their approach.

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  • mediaman2

    mediaman2

    March 11, 2015, 6:06 am

    1. Business plans don't get you a deal. You're worrying about the wrong problem.

    2. If you are seeking VC money without a product or revenue -- sorry, VC will be a huge distraction for you, and it will be a Pyrrhic victory for you even if you get it.

    If you need some money, go talk to customers about the idea. Get letters of interest from customers. Better, sell them the product. Prove your market. Prove you can execute. Prove you're not a poser with a word processor.

    Then get money from angels.

    After you've scaled a bit, have some good revenue, continue to prove your market, and built your team, you *may* decide to pursue institutional funding. Maybe not.

    Trust me. I've turned down several term sheets. My business now has millions of dollars of revenue and is cash flow positive. And I own it. I won't rule out VC in the future, but it would have been a terrible move early on.

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  • georedd

    georedd

    March 11, 2015, 4:34 am

    The "sick profit" industry in America is the most horrific holocaust AND terrorism AND discrimination AND crime AND Natural disaster AND unnatural disaster AND form of child molestation AND drunkdriving crisis AND (insert your buzzword here) of anything that is currently happening.

    Hundreds of thousands of people from babies to moms to grandpas are dying EVERY YEAR in AMERICA becuase our "health care" system is so screwed up and that number includes mostly people WHO HAVE so called HEALTH INSURANCE.

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  • daysi

    daysi

    March 10, 2015, 9:57 pm

    With modern technology we could easily record your every action while adding minimal weight.

    Any review board would have to be completely free of police influence, though. You would probably actually have to reward the board members for punishing police, to offset the political pressure against them.

    I still think that the court of public opinion would be a better solution than any 'professional' review board, though. It might make it harder to be a police officer, but I don't think that is necessarily a bad thing. As it is cops have highly paid jobs with very little real work, so I don't think it would be unreasonable to burden them with a little responsibility.

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  • Reliant

    Reliant

    March 10, 2015, 11:37 pm

    It's a pretty poor fake, the effect when the UFO went underwater was very jarring visually.

    Aside from that, bring in science. I hope I get the math right, it's been awhile.

    That UFO is what, 30 meters off the ground and it's gone between frames? To accelerate to cover that distance in, say, a quarter second would be 49gs and it would be going over 400 kph on impact.

    If it massed the same as a MIG-17 (5340 Kg), the energy on impact would be about 38.5Mj. This is the equivalent of almost 10Kg of TNT.

    I'm sure better minds than I could come up with more accurate numbers for estimated height and weight, but the splash doesn't seem that impressive considering what would be involved.

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  • gustoreddit51

    gustoreddit51

    March 10, 2015, 11:19 pm

    It amazes me how people still think this is a left vs right or Democrats vs Republican battle. It's not really.

    This is a battle between corporate interests and the interests of the people in this country. The wrestling in Congress is between those trying to do the bidding of the lobbyists and those that are trying to do their job. Everything else is smoke screen, propaganda, and FUD.

    Even Howard Dean admitted that some Democrats are too far under the influence of the healthcare lobbyists.

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  • thefugue

    thefugue

    March 11, 2015, 4:05 am

    "sustainable" isn't what you said originally. Most people use the word "recovery" to mean "end of recession." Especially when they say "beginning to recover." Thus, "begin."

    Most people who've been saying that the recovery has begun have done so with a hell of a lot of conditional statements attached- but that doesn't make for interesting, hyperbolic headlines just like the one on this article. To further attach "sustainable" and a freaking 10 year plan to this hyperbolic headline is to compare apples and oranges, then to opportunistically propose a long term breeding plan to introduce some kind of new, super orange. This is why people hate economics and politics. It makes them feel tricked and abused.

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