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Medford

January 11 2014



 You really saved my skin with this inanmrftioo. Thanks! 

     



Denisha

January 11 2014



 I was seoriusly at DefCon 5 until I saw this post. 

     



Anggreani

January 11 2014



 Granny and Papa - Beautiful baby boy! We are so proud of you, ggod job. May you be Blessed in many many ways, you have a lot to look forward to at this point and many leossns to deal with. hugs, love you dearly Granny and Papa 

     



Karinthia

January 11 2014



 Now I feel stdupi. That's cleared it up for me 

     



Alex

January 11 2014



 I think we tend to remember and learn from mitaskes a lot more than when things are going well. Many people look back on their day or year and remember the challenges because the good times don't always seems to register in our memory. We need to make more of an effort to remember how much of life is good and rewarding instead of dwelling on the negative. 

     



John

January 11 2014



 I've made this with varying levles of success thanks (no thanks!) to my crappy Hamilton Beach blender. The other day I tried it with an immersion blender and wow! It went super smooth almost instantly! I reduced the amount of water and put all the ingredients in the plastic cup that came with my immersion blender. A few seconds later, when it was super smooth (I was *shocked*! I've let the same mixture run in my regular blender for five minutes and it still came out chunky), and then poured it over ice in my regular blender to make a milkshake-ish drink. Dee-licious! 

     



Melina

January 11 2014



 I have turned into an olinne reader these days and have found it's hard to find quality material. I'm glad I happened to find your article. I found this interesting and reasonable content. Thank you. 

     



Hannah

January 11 2014



 The metaphor is a good one, but pehpras is better with a different characterization. The butter being spread is goods and services. The population consenting is characterized by the size of the slice of bread. Most totalitarian regimes (and I include monarchies).John Lackland ran a totalitarian regime that concentrated wealth and power in himself. His noble class wanted some of that and so issued and enforced the Magna Carta. But all the Magna Carta did was spread the butter over a slightly larger slice of bread. The noble class was still responsible for accumulating wealth by oppressing their peasant class. All the Magna Carta did was allow the nobles to keep more of what they squeezed out of the serfs.Which gets to a topic we didn't discuss here, and now won't, that is really very interesting: feudalism is a totalitarian form of capitalism, and as a form of totalitarianism it works fairly well. The problem with modern capitalism as a feudal system is that poor people don't create wealth through labor the way they once did, resulting in the need for a fairly large and educated middle class to do the actual work, and that middle class is constantly demanding more from the system and striving to embrace democratic values in order to get it, and democracy is antithetical to capitalism. 

     



Sueli

January 11 2014



 it is always an honor when you come to visit, coraral; it is always a joy to stop here each morning and get a glimpse of the world through your lens. and believe me, i get about work. 

     



Hasan

January 11 2014



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