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First type investor..

Started this discussion. Last reply by Keith Brawner Apr 13. 12 Replies

Hey y'all, I'm working on saving up some money, and in a few months I am going to try to invest a sum around $1000... I know the basics (really basic) of investing, but I'm not too knowledgeable.. So…Continue

The sad state of American journalism..

Started this discussion. Last reply by Native Son Mar 26. 44 Replies

Men, I have to admit, I'm genuinely appalled by how awful American journalism is.. I am referring to both rightist and leftist media outlets here. Between the extreme bias on both sides, constant…Continue

Looking for websites/blogs regarding furniture restoration and salvaging/up cycling?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Liam S. Mar 22. 2 Replies

Lately I've gotten into a new hobby;finding old decrepit pieces of furniture and other vintage things, and restoring/salvaging them. Does anyone know of blogs/websites that deal with this topic?Continue

Is the jack-of-all-trades dying away?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Regular Joe Mar 28. 75 Replies

I was watching a sitcom earlier today, and the storyline consisted of a bumbling white collar dad trying to fix the washing machine. Throughout the show, his wife and children were deriding him…Continue

 

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Stephen Jashub Comstock replied to O'Neal's discussion Is this negligence?
"No. Its their property and there was no violent crime. It does speak to their morals as a business though."
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Vytautas left a comment for Stephen Jashub Comstock
"http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/shouts/2014/03/libertarian-police-department.html For you: "I was shooting heroin and reading “The Fountainhead” in the front seat of my privately owned police cruiser when a call came in.""
Apr 16
SpaceRacer423 replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion What beer do you drink most regularly?
"that is success. you'll have to post it sometime when youre feeling generous. "
Apr 15
Stephen Jashub Comstock replied to Sonny's discussion The end of stereotypes in ads for male ?
"Yeah, I guess that's right"
Apr 15
Stephen Jashub Comstock replied to Sonny's discussion The end of stereotypes in ads for male ?
"If anything about an ad were important to me, it isn't how "manly" the guy in it is, but how suited the product is to my lifestyle. For example, I identify with clothing ads that portray individuals from my background doing activities…"
Apr 14
Stephen Jashub Comstock replied to Harrison Brace's discussion What are you guys reading now?
"I agree. That biography is full of facts, but not dull at all. "
Apr 14
Stephen Jashub Comstock replied to Harrison Brace's discussion What are you guys reading now?
"1. A biography of Augustine of Hippo by Peter Brown 2. Starship Troopers by Robert A. Heinlen 3. For A New Liberty by Murray Rothbard 4. A history of Radio."
Apr 14
Keith Brawner replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion First type investor..
"First: qualifiers.  I am 28, and have a net worth of approximately $255K.  I have about an $80K salary, having made $48-80 over the last 6 years.  I plan to pay off my house this year, and I am cashing out my my 5+ year investments to…"
Apr 13
Keith Brawner replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion First type investor..
"While overhead fees on 401Ks can be bad (usually not, but can be), they frequently offer a wholly-unmatched level of return when factoring in employer match.  For instance: $100 - your contribution $100 - employer contribution $-10 - 5% of…"
Apr 13
Lucius Artorius Castus replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion What beer do you drink most regularly?
"I actually have one that tastes almost exactly like newcastle brown."
Apr 11
Mel Jon replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion What beer do you drink most regularly?
"Anything craft made in Portland. Lots of home brewers here. All good stuff."
Apr 11
Regular Joe replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion What beer do you drink most regularly?
"Lager is a type of beer."
Apr 11
Cthulhu's Revenge replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion What beer do you drink most regularly?
"I'm more of a Lager drinker, not too fussed on beer. So I guess my comment is useless haha. But I do love a good Heineken or Peroni"
Apr 11
Liam S. replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion What beer do you drink most regularly?
"More style, than anything... I enjoy this one. Other breweries make similar beers that I quite enjoy too - it's a Saison or farmhouse beer, very easy drinking."
Apr 11
Todd Paterek replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion What beer do you drink most regularly?
"I keep a stash of Sam Adam's Boston Lager on hand mostly for my wife or if I run out of mine.  I am in a "club" of sorts that offers craft beers to sample.  So I generally have a few six packs of some IPAs, Stouts, Ales, and…"
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At 5:47am on April 16, 2014, Vytautas said…

http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/shouts/2014/03/libertarian-police-department.html

For you: "I was shooting heroin and reading “The Fountainhead” in the front seat of my privately owned police cruiser when a call came in."

At 1:49pm on March 14, 2014, Walter B. Pewen said…

Only two things Steve:

Defense of the outcast.  That's definitely not what the rep is for white men in the South.   Jimmy Carter was among the first in my lifetime who stood up to plate on that one.

Libertarianism.  Great ideas, too bad it doesn't seem to work in the real world-I'm 55, been voting since 1976, and it Libertarianism has yet to take a hold realistically anywhere, in real time, in the United States. 

I'll compare:  Marxism:  Maybe some purist utopia that exists somewhere in the universe, probably not in our lifetime.

At 1:30pm on March 14, 2014, Walter B. Pewen said…

Also, you may be wasting your time with Rand.

Walt

At 1:29pm on March 14, 2014, Walter B. Pewen said…

Atticus Finch. "To Kill a Mockingbird" was required viewing in
Social Studies when I was in high school in CA 1970's.  Viewpoint of the writing was everything contradictory to popular racial ethos of the South.  No themes of Southern militarism.  I respect you deeply for wanting to serve in the military, would have gone myself if not 4f.  But, I'm a bit interested in how the younger generation is thinking.  Looked at stuff on your profile and the character of A. Finch seems far different than Southern military pride. (I'm native CA, all the men in my family served WWII and didn't go on a big thing about it.  Just something to think about.  I attended military school in the 1970s and am liberal politically but not anti-military.  Do any of these themes and the issue of what Finch was arguing against in the South at that time resonate with your knowledge of what the South has (still) traditionally stood for in terms of United States values overall?

At 12:39pm on March 14, 2014, Walter B. Pewen said…

Gotta great bridge to sell you kid, out here in California...

At 7:42pm on March 3, 2014, Herb Munson said…

Hey there Stephen, nice pipe! Welcome to The Great Debate. Great to have you with us!

 
 
 

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