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Silver doesn't have the international restrictions that gold has. Can't bring gold bullion into certain countries but nothing about silver in most of these places.
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What we call a prodigy is just someone that is nurtured to their fullest potential. They have no limits because they just don't know limits, like the coyote in the "Road Runner" cartoons. They never look down to see that there is figuratively no ground beneath them. His name will always be remembered because he help make societal changes to help people remember that they must question the status quo. When we look back, we will thank Aaron and those that he inspired to set the information free.
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I wish when I was 5 years old my headmaster was like this. Another student threw a stick at me and I almost got the cane but then... violence against children...
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Wow... those people that voted this down... just... don't have words for them. It's a really good interview!!
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haven't you seen spaceballs? cock knocker... 555
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Was a very powerful conversation. The part I found the most profound part was in the last part 1:03:00 onwards where Stefan starts talking about how you need to accept that what happened to you in the past is like a movie. It's not interactive. There is no way to change it.

I find it really amazing how people, in there efforts to try and fix the past try and justify their abuse and say that they are trying to or have a good relationship with their abuser in the present even when the abuser doesn't want to take responsibility or even talk about their actions in the past. This is something that is very common in their conversations.

I've been having a conversation lately and came across myself doing this very thing. I told my abuser, I am giving them this chance to help me and themselves. That I really want an ongoing relationship with them but I need answers to some questions. That they will not pay any fine or penalty, not go to gaol, not be yelled at or beaten, not have to face any consequence other than taking personal responsibility. They outright lie, try and minimise things and tell me that they can't remember or just leave the past alone. I've almost given up. I felt good about what I saw as progress but it wasn't just the same dodging and weaving of personal responsibility. I've started look to myself more and ask, why do I remember, why is it important that I keep having to bring it up and create my own answers. The pain of the past is going to be a scar for life, unseen, but I want to let it heal over.
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I started buying it when it was 7 odd dollars and saw it go up and down... think it's a good time to get some more... lots more. Physical trumps promises any day of year!
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It's the non violent people that are the real problem. Like the documentary said: politicians and business people. The violent ones only disturb a few people... sad as it is, the non violent ones can change nations and start wars, which is much worse.
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I make jokes about ebola but I wouldn't do it on a plane or in airports and certainly not with people who I don't know as I self censor. I have too because of this sort of crazy over-reaction, I don't need the attention. Really, the chances of someone having ebola on a plane and telling anyone is really low, you should be scared of everyone that didn't make that kind of stupid joke. They would either not know they had it or would want to keep it concealed.
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He seems like he's upset but it's just his way. Pretty funny.
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He said it's inexplicable, unrepeatable and it doesn't matter who did it. He said that the incumbent regime profited and could push their murderous agenda as did others around the world based on a new ideology they called "War on Terror". Being pragmatic no one will ever know the truth as those who perpetrated it are either dead or silenced. It's a waste of time even contemplating it anymore as with the murder of JFK. There is a lot more low hanging fruit that can be picked for you want to see wrong. Chomsky has commented on it all already.

However, the "demolition" of the 3 World Trade Center buildings was a "conspiracy" by sheer definition. Don't argue with me, argue with the dictionary! Who and how at this point is mere conjecture and, really, the American people where the only ones that could have pushed their "government" for answers, soon after the event, but never did, as Edmund Burke wrote, "when bad men combine, the good must associate; else they will fall, one by one, an unpitied sacrifice in a contemptible struggle."

The title of the video is just troll bait and is confirmed with that was written under it. Just showed his lowball mentality.
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Very amusing especially they part about "taking a dump" but it would be more like buying something and women have to pay more. Pay is compensation for time and we only have a certain amount of time. So lower pay means that we have to exchange more time to get the things we want.

Some good points, however, it's never a level playing field. I'm sure all (male and female) employees are on all sorts of different pay levels in many companies, even those that seemingly do equivalent work. Not just women on lower pay, men too. Bonuses, overtime, contract negotiation skills, sick days, company budgets, etc... all have to be factored in and that is probably why the number changes so much. So it's not as simple as 0.83 or whatever the number is. I'm sure there can be discrimination but most companies want to employ the best staff and retain them and they would be paid accordingly.  Some people probably know they are paid less but like the work and stay because enjoying their work, which is much better than a few extra dollars.

Also, with that university example... they offered pay without an interview!? All we know that it was different gender with the name but surely they would have had a phone call or in person interview and maybe that also was factored into the offer?
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Has a huge range of products but not everything, if you are looking for something specific. The prices are generally cheaper than anywhere else and sometimes considerably. The fresh produce can be very good, however, it's good to be careful as your mileage may vary. I do buy a lot of things here and in the franchise stores.
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