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(62 People Likes) In Arnold Schwarzenegger's movie The 6th Day, was that a life-like doll that he was toting around?..or was it a real person?
le mass in your 20’s, 30’s and even 40’s later on in life. The human body deteriorates. He was the Governor of California for two terms, he was more concerned with fiscal and social issues than working out. Political jobs tend to stress out people because they are very rigorous and demanding. This was a snap shot of him during his tenure as Governor. Honestly, that’s not really that bad for a guy in his mid to late 50’s. 3. He’s been losing his muscle mass since the 90’s, he was larger in the 70’s and 80’s because of his workout regimen. Even though
(49 People Likes) What can America really do practically, about our ridiculous level of national debt? It just seems inevitable that someday we will reach the end of our rope.
e adverse to their interests. The debt crisis is a convenient “Slenderman” used by those who want to help the wealthy keep more money (WSJ / Heritage Foundation / National Review) or the clueless (Tea Party) At it’s core, the crisis cynically plays on the common sense notion that people tend to think the federal governments books are like their family finances. They are not. But, macroeconomics is often counter-intuitive and confusing. So, ordinary people - too busy to read dry economic research - can be mislead into supporting policies that both hurt their interests and ironically, increase the debt out of a sense of civic responsibility. The recent tax bill is a perfect case-in-point. The Trump sponsored reform was, in-effect, a subsidy gift from the citizens of the U.S. to the wealthiest 0.1% (with particularly large gifts given to those who invest in real estate and those who will inherit their wealth) How did they do it? They lied. They told people that U.S. corp tax rates were the highest in the world. They’re not. We’re right in the middle when you look at the actual taxes paid by our companies. They told us that corporations would redeploy the cash into the economy. The problem is that US corporations already have too much cash. In the US, corporations have returned more capital to investors than they’ve raised. History is a very good guide in these situations and tells us corporations will: Pay their senior management more (management pay is usually linked to profitability) Consolidate, acquire and merge (with particularly more hostile mergers) and “Loosen up” corporate exp (non payroll). Think better offices, planes, perks) WalMart made a grand effort and slipped each of their employees an extra $1k. I don’t want to diminish the importance of $1000, but keep in mind, (a) they won’t do it again (b) the Walton family will pocket billions and (c) their share price went up after the announcement. In other words, The company got some good PR, the family took home an extra billion and gave their employees a one time gift of couple bucks. And, in a couple years, when revenues really start to show the impact of Trumps gift to the wealthy, our conservative / tea party leaders will put on their “responsible faces,” and Fox News will start showing stories of stereotypic welfare recipients robbing the taxpayers. After all, “we’ve got a spending problem” and they’ll force cuts in education, roads, R D, public transport… Our debt is denominated in US dollars. Dollars that we just happen to print. This is an important mechanism called “seniorage”. It basically taxes the currency that people hold in cash by devaluing it slightly. Who holds cash? Most of it is held outside the US and by some people that you probably don’t mind paying a little tax to the US Our debt is largely held by US citizens. (Over 65%) The reason Greece had problems was that Germans held all of it’s debt. So, the transaction money flows benefit US citizens as they sit in US pensioners, hedge funds, money markets etc. This is more important than it sounds. The main beneficiary of our debt payments is the U.S. Debt service payments are largely recycled within the U.S. economy. So, when the government pays interest, or repays the principal balance, most of it stays in our country, where it is recycled into our economy Despite the rhetoric, China owns ~5.5% of our debt and they aren’t gonna stop buying it anytime soon…. they can’t. Despite the handwringing, China needs to buy US debt as badly as we need to sell it. The mechanism by which this works probably would be a standalone topic. But, basically - China has a huge problem. Their cities are absorbing about 15mm people from the countryside every year. If those migrants cant afford to live in the cities and can’t find jobs, China is gonna have another revolution (btw, this is gonna get worse for them, thanks to the growing over-representation of males in their country, resulting from their “one child” policy. But, I digress… China’s strategy (and it’s a good one) is to export their way out of a spot. But, if they stop finding the US debt, we won’t have money to buy their exports and they could become pretty volatile. THE BEST WAY TO REDUCE THE DEFICIT IS… TO SPEND MORE MONEY (REALLY!) The best way to reduce our debt is through spending that stimulates the economy. I’ve now watched with chagrin as the GOP mechanically blocked every infrastructure spending bill. (Even though, our borrowing rate at the time was negative - investors were offering their money at such low interest rates, that the inflation rate was higher.) Trump promised a massive infrastructure plan but decided it would be better to cut taxes for the wealthiest Americans and then claim we didn’t have enough money. How do you “payback” the debt, if you’re a country. Well, you don’t have to. You can grow your way out of it (like we did with the WWII debt and we started to do in the 1990s). But, here’s the problem, you have to see the wealthy pay their fair share…. So, we get a “debt crisis” How do you grow your way out of it? Ironically, you increase the debt balance INVESTING IN INFRASTRUCTURE IS THE BEST WAY TO SPEND MONEY… BUT, IT’S NOT SO GOOD IF YOU’RE RICH AND WANT TO ENJOY YOUR MONEY… As a basic rule “infrastructure spending” helps the county. Aside from the natural benefits of better roads, power distribution, schools etc, infrastructure spending creates jobs and supports businesses. But, if you’ve already got a lot of money and don’t want to work hard or innovate, you’ll be worse off. And, that’s what this all comes down to. The debt crisis is a fabrication, buoyed by moneyed interests who’s primary purpose is to protect their wealth rather than support our countr
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(40 People Likes) Strong atheism is the belief that intelligence in the universe is present and can be present in humans only. Artificial intelligence is a substitute, as intelligent as a sex doll is an actual partner. Are these beliefs close-minded?
out the nature of intelligence. I am strongly atheist in the first sense, but I don’t subscribe to any of the other statements in this question. Some people believe that intelligence can be present in humans only; I don’t know if “closed minded” is the right word for it. I’d call it Anthropocentrism . To me, anthropocentrism seems a bit childish. It’s cool devices lover doll ice to believe that we’re the most import
(90 People Likes) Where would I be able to purchase an attractive guys shaved full bush of pubes and possibly chest and pit hair? I have a sex doll and want to hand-punch real hair into it. I’ve tried the fake hair but it isn’t the same.
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