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interesting listen. A bit a challenge to listen to.  not a fan of the overly dramatic orchestral bits but the core is compelling.  what do you think? 
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The best description of the competition between Elon and Jeff ever
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Not to mention graphic depiction, as it were.  Who are these folks?  Can we get them to do the GOP race, too?
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back to the classics.  very chair dance-able
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an example of regulation used as a competitive advantage

Certain publicly traded companies emerged as powerhouses: JB Hunt, Swift, and Werner, among others. These megacompanies tend to lobby Congress hard for regulations and safety mandates—hours-of-service limitations, speed governors, collision-mitigation systems, electronic logs. One might argue this is all in the name of making our roads safer. Alternatively, one might point out that these measures are increasingly difficult for small businesses to afford, forcing buyouts that make those big companies, in true American fashion, even bigger.
Well, this is one way to pay off student debt.
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