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    I went to that place "where good food sets the mood" today. I don't know if I liked it yet.

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    Why was it so good?

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    Here's why so many tech startups misbehave

    I was doing my own research on scaling up a business and I come across this ^ article - One thing becomes obvious when looking at these companies: they are all in hyper-competitive, low-margin businesses where economies of scale are either minimal or don't exist.

    1 big lawsuit, and these companies would go bankrupt. If one has no plans beforehand on how he should scale up, he has no future in business.

    CIA spied on countries including India, Pakistan through secretly-owned Swiss encryption firm: Report

    So the CIA knows the mistresses of our politicians. :D
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    https://www.selfstorage.ca/blog/how-...re-worth-today

    I remember pogs. My aunt bought me a bunch of them which were like oversized coins or medallions. Whoever had the more massive pog won. They were like jacks and marbles for the 90s. I lost all my pogs because I didnt care about them. I collected skull pogs for about a week. Waste of money if you ask me. It was 1996 I believe. They were selling metal pogs at the mall for up to $20 apiece. Then one day they completely disappear

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    Politicians are elected to serve...far too many don't see it that way - Albany Rifles!

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    When your wife ask "If you came back in another life, what sort of woman would you want to marry?"

    I answered perfectly. "I would want to marry you again"

    But then like a dumb Jarhead I finished the thought running through my head out loud. "Because I know how to deal with your kind of crazy"

    Can you believe we have been married for 29 years
    Human Scum. Proud Never Trumper

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    Seems obvious except it wasn't at the time

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    When data gives the wrong solution
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    Best one-liner of the day:

    If you boil a funny bone, it becomes a laughing stock.
    That’s humerus.
    Trust me?
    I'm an economist!

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    I think that should be 'humorous'. I could be wrong though.
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    http://xacto.com/products/cutting-solutions/knives

    best exacto selection is on the internet, naturally
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    I started following precious metals charting about a year ago and for a while Gold and Rhodium were neck and neck and then Rhodium passed Palladium first time in history in price per ounce. $12,000 per troy ounce.

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    Most common use for Rhodium is with the automotive industry, usually "catalyst converters" which improve pollution control.

    https://www.britannica.com/science/rhodium
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    Countries that don't exist anymore
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    I wonder if he's thinking about me.
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    I wonder if he's thinking about me.
    I'm sorry, I've been travelling much these days. Came home, and had myself tested. All well, just my BP, it was stage 2 hypertension. Then went down with flu. Add to it, the weight of trying to become an entrepreneur - idea/research/planning/design/unit economics/logistics/rentals/execution. I am not getting close to anything. I'd really like to think about you, if you'd just give me the space to do my own thing, go out on weekends and drink with my mates, stop nagging me for throwing wet towels in the sofa, maybe cook sometimes, and yes, the boiled veggies was a little raw for my tooth last night. And, please let the raw meat rest for sometime, a day atleast incase of a chicken, the rigor phase needs to be over, for the meat to be tender.

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