Nothing is illegal if one hundred well-placed business men decide to do it. — Andrew Young
Doomed: Because of retards like John Kyl:
You do need to offset the cost of increased spending. And that’s what Republicans object to. But you should never have to offset cost of a deliberate decision to reduce tax rates on Americans.
Doomed: Claims of imminent inflation are lies, at best completely belied by the facts.
Doomed: The Fed fails.
An obit for what print journalism is good for. Good news, though: I don’t think it’s completely correct. I think there can well be a market for quality online journalism (thanks in part to the iPad and its inevitable spawn). And such a source would have a much lower overhead than a print source. And can focus on important journalism. And a problem Schanberg somewhat overlooks is that the old media whose passing he mourns did a most excellent job chasing away their audience and failing to attract a new generation. When the fluff’s available for free online and the old media are only running fluff and crap, well, the outcome’s pretty obvious. Unfortunately.
Asshole: “Prof.” “Mike” Adams, Christofascist.
Great question: Illegal downloaders get sued for for small fortunes, business establishments using music for profit but without paying are the targets of modest fines. Justification?
Look at this: What gets you arrested these days:
This makes me sad. I wanted him to get away with it all. Now he’s probably going to end up in prison for the rest of his life. (Query: How could Bahamian cops do what cops in Canada and the Northwest not do?)
I watched this channel surfing when I woke up in the middle of the night decades ago, and it changed my life; the &^%$ing greatest magic trick ever, and don’t you dare argue with me. Watch and drop to your knees for Penn & Teller: