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 Again, I'd disagree and say not semantics. The reality is that the collapse has already happened. The only way the pain is being pushed out is endless borrowing to avoid dealing with the collapse. I'd argue the real economy stopped in the early 90's. Since then it has been bubble after bubble with the final bubble being government bonds resulting in massive currency devaluation and finally default in various forms. The fed has been printing and buying our own debt for...
  Come up with something? The U.S. has been technically broke for quite a while now. Don't you mean will they do something to keep up the facade or will they actually reveal the truth?
 Do you have a point to make with the link? I mean I read it and the reasoning within it is pretty moronic.  First the presidential elections aren't direct democracy. They are the result of the electoral college. The House of Representatives is the only body directly elected by the people and done so proportionally. It is their job to carry out the will of the people more than any other federal representative. Also the entire Senate isn't up for election every two years....
 Yes, tossing out a bar graph from a complete dishonest article (from the Post if I recall correctly) with no context completely validates your point. However by history I was of course referring to the various communist philosophies and how they often declared a need to go through a socialist middle state where the power of government and abolishment of individual property and rights would progressively happen.
 Perhaps you forget your history.
I updated fine. All is well with my Apple TV.
 Certainly there is lag to when a policy is enacted and when the full effect of it is felt and that point could be made for perhaps the first few years of his first term. However we are well into his second term now and the responsibility for the lack of growth should fall completely on his shoulders with regard to policy failure. The point is that if one declares that it is a complex system, that can't be controlled and that has too many unknowns, they shouldn't be...
  While I don't mind that with the iPod Nano and Shuffle (though the Shuffle should get the better headphones by now) they really should at a minimum do a software feature update for the Nano like they did for 6th gen. If the Nano update reflected the style of iOS7 that would be pretty cool. Also the Touch should be bumped. The internals match the 4S and should be bumped. Apple makes great products but they can't retain a premium brand if they are nickle and diming in...
I'm loving this color. When I got my iPhone 5, I just wasn't feeling the black color on the aluminium for it so I went with white for the first time. I have a black iPod 7th gen and this color looks far, far better. However I did lighten the black to something close to this with a frosted case.   Either way it is an excellent choice.
 I disagree strongly. There is a large difference in value proposition between the 5C and the 5S. In fact most people have said that for the $100 price difference, they can't imagine anyone ever wanting to buy a 5C. Also there is still plenty of money out there to grab, specifically from Samsung who happens to have basically the other half of the smartphone profits in the industry. Suppose as a quick example that Apple didn't make a cent on the 5C. If it keeps Samsung from...
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