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  • kaccioto

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    Nov 16, 2011 4:01 PM GMT


    ..not much of a fan of Schiff's dogged investment views with tangibles, but nevertheless..

    ...$50k++/yr at NYU so colleges can reap profits thanks to gov't subsidies which further inflate tuition costs while students get shafted..

    nice to see some protestors starting to get it, and to those particular ones, Senate Park in Washington DC is looking mighty pristine today icon_cool.gif



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    Nov 16, 2011 4:16 PM GMT
    Respect for this guy.
    1. He could've been mobbed to death in that smart suit.
    2. He went in there knowing full well most people would not be open for dialogue, just bashing.
    3. He tried his best to be balanced (at least imo).
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    Nov 16, 2011 4:58 PM GMT

    I really liked that video, I thought their were some very intelligent OWSers who got to voice their opinion, at the same time some were dumb as shit. It seems like some of them are just angry and have no basis for their protest.

    At the same time, I agree with what he said. The protest shouldnt be taking place at Wall Street, but at Washington.
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    Nov 16, 2011 5:01 PM GMT
    Wall Street is symbolic

    kthnxbai
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    Nov 16, 2011 5:07 PM GMT
    Chainers said
    At the same time, I agree with what he said. The protest shouldnt be taking place at Wall Street, but at Washington.

    Yep, this Administration reaped millions from Main Street by bailing out banks (my previous included) under the guise of 'protection.'



    Lostboy saidWall Street is symbolic

    Indeed, Wall Street proper is actually mostly residential and Media/Tech firms since rents downtown are still cheaper than Midtown, where the majority of bulge brackets reside.
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    Nov 16, 2011 5:09 PM GMT
    Lostboy saidWall Street is symbolic

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    Thats great, most of their complaints involve the government, no one on Washington is going to listen to OWS as long as they send the message to the wrong person.
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    Nov 16, 2011 5:15 PM GMT
    Gerald Celente is founder of the Trends Journal.

    Celente bought gold at $148 oz, and predicted the crash of 2008 years before....says that is only the beginning. Here he is at OWS.

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    Nov 16, 2011 5:26 PM GMT
    I thought the guy who was against WalMart was hilarious. Im not pro Walmart, but to equate the employees there to rape victims is just...well..stupid.
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    Nov 16, 2011 5:48 PM GMT
    southbeach1500 said
    Chainers said
    Lostboy saidWall Street is symbolic

    kthnxbai


    Thats great, most of their complaints involve the government, no one on Washington is going to listen to OWS as long as they send the message to the wrong person.


    Right - this group can't even figure out the right entity to direct their protest at, let alone what to actually protest.


    Why must you always see the need to "group" people? Unless you watched the video (and are not stupid) you would have figured out that the group comprises both intelligent and stupid people. Stop forming groups that don't exist. No society is that simple, you should realise that.
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    Nov 16, 2011 5:52 PM GMT
    southbeach1500 said
    TheChrisGuy said
    southbeach1500 said
    Chainers said
    Lostboy saidWall Street is symbolic

    kthnxbai


    Thats great, most of their complaints involve the government, no one on Washington is going to listen to OWS as long as they send the message to the wrong person.


    Right - this group can't even figure out the right entity to direct their protest at, let alone what to actually protest.


    Why must you always see the need to "group" people? Unless you watched the video (and are not stupid) you would have figured out that the group comprises both intelligent and stupid people. Stop forming groups that don't exist. No society is that simple, you should realise that.



    Why can't you understand plain English? "This group" is referring to "Occupy Wall Street."



    I know. Go figure.
  • dancedancekj

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    Nov 17, 2011 1:38 AM GMT
    TheChrisGuy said
    southbeach1500 said
    Chainers said
    Lostboy saidWall Street is symbolic

    kthnxbai


    Thats great, most of their complaints involve the government, no one on Washington is going to listen to OWS as long as they send the message to the wrong person.


    Right - this group can't even figure out the right entity to direct their protest at, let alone what to actually protest.


    Why must you always see the need to "group" people? Unless you watched the video (and are not stupid) you would have figured out that the group comprises both intelligent and stupid people. Stop forming groups that don't exist. No society is that simple, you should realise that.


    The idea that individuals are complex and cannot be evaluated as a categorical assignment, in addition to the idea that a movement carries both the idiotic and the intelligent (as seen in this clip) and that humans are complex creatures that cannot be easily dismissed nor summarized in something as base as a political position is probably beyond the thinking of The Beatch.
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    Nov 17, 2011 2:24 AM GMT
    dancedancekj said
    TheChrisGuy said
    southbeach1500 said
    Chainers said
    Lostboy said




    The idea that individuals are complex and cannot be evaluated as a categorical assignment, in addition to the idea that a movement carries both the idiotic and the intelligent (as seen in this clip) and that humans are complex creatures that cannot be easily dismissed nor summarized in something as base as a political position is probably beyond the thinking of The Beatch.


    I guess some people just exist to assert their views and not be open to changing them. The Beatch sounds like some mythical creature, btw icon_eek.gif