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To: one_less who wrote (20708)9/6/2006 3:47:28 AM
From: tsigprofit
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not interested, but thanks. I tried that.

have mostly moved on now.

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To: tsigprofit who wrote (20709)9/6/2006 10:19:24 AM
From: one_less
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You tried participating in reasonable discussions and moved on to what?

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To: one_less who wrote (20710)9/7/2006 9:24:43 AM
From: tsigprofit
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You will still get dragged into endless debates on here, but good luck to you.

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To: tsigprofit who wrote (20711)9/7/2006 10:25:31 AM
From: one_less
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Thanks

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From: tsigprofit9/18/2006 1:40:23 AM
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ZERO - NADA - Private sector US jobs created since 2001 - except in healthcare.

No wonder real people in the US see the economy not as robust, but about as sh*tty as it gets.

Source - the Socialist Business Week!

SEPTEMBER 25, 2006

COVER STORY

What's Really Propping Up The Economy
Since 2001, the health-care industry has added 1.7 million jobs. The rest of the private sector? None

If you really want to understand what makes the U.S. economy tick these days, don't go to Silicon Valley, Wall Street, or Washington. Just take a short trip to your local hospital. Park where you don't block the ambulances, and watch the unending flow of doctors, nurses, technicians, and support personnel. You'll have a front-row seat at the health-care economy.
businessweek.com

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To: tsigprofit who wrote (20713)9/18/2006 1:45:10 AM
From: tsigprofit
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Perhaps most surprising, information technology, the great electronic promise of the 1990s, has turned into one of the biggest job-growth disappointments of all time. Despite the splashy success of companies such as Google (GOOG ) and Yahoo! (YHOO ), businesses at the core of the information economy -- software, semiconductors, telecom, and the whole gamut of Web companies -- have lost more than 1.1 million jobs in the past five years. Those businesses employ fewer Americans today than they did in 1998, when the Internet frenzy kicked into high gear.
(more from the BW article...)

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To: tsigprofit who wrote (20714)11/7/2006 8:32:39 PM
From: Skywatcher
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Nobody will ever deprive the American people of the right to vote except the
American people themselves, and the only way they could do that is by not voting.

Franklin D. Roosenvelt 1938

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To: Skywatcher who wrote (20715)11/8/2006 2:12:08 AM
From: tsigprofit
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Maybe we are coming out of the Dark Ages as of tonight...

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To: tsigprofit who wrote (20716)11/8/2006 2:33:56 AM
From: Skywatcher
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amen

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To: Skywatcher who wrote (20717)11/8/2006 8:38:33 AM
From: xcr600
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bongnsnort hang himself?

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