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  1. treesareus commented on Wizard of Id 2 days ago

    Egrayj, if you study economics of all kinds you will find that “trickle down” is the way every economic system functions, even in the animal kingdom. The strongest dog gets the best food dish and so on down the line. The same can be said of communism, for the leadership gets the perks and the commoner gets the left overs.

  2. treesareus commented on Moderately Confused 2 days ago

    So true Brightr1. New York state increased taxes on the wealthy a few years ago and $8 billion in wealth moved out of the state. The overall income tax stream fell.

  3. treesareus commented on Lola 2 days ago

    My wife uses “I’m glad you like it.” when situations like this arise.

  4. treesareus commented on Grand Avenue 2 days ago

    “Looking to buy” = shopping.
    “Looking to sell” = selling.

  5. treesareus commented on Fort Knox 3 days ago

    That conversation must have taken a while for I saw 6 different drinks in his Father’s hand.

  6. treesareus commented on Broom Hilda 3 days ago

    The desire for “free” things is as basic a human nature as can be found. Politicians use “free” stuff to lure voters; businesses use “free” stuff to lure shoppers. The only problem is that almost nothing is free, it cost someone something.

  7. treesareus commented on Flo and Friends 4 days ago

    One party in the US thinks that centralized command/control similar to the old Soviet Union is the best way. Give the voters largesse from government coffers (taxpayer dollars) to get their vote. The other US party attempts to emulate their opponents in such a way that those who pay the taxes that support the whole thing think they are not emulating their opponents. Eighteen trillion in debt and $100+ trillion in unfunded largesse is a house of cards. Yes, YOU paid for SS and Medicare but they spent the money already.

  8. treesareus commented on Soup to Nutz 5 days ago

    Although I was not a school teacher I did a large amount of teaching. I used tests and quizzes to see if I was doing my job well enough so the students learned the subject.

  9. treesareus commented on Aunty Acid 7 days ago

    Give a man a cartoon strip and he can rob you of your time.

  10. treesareus commented on The Other Coast 8 days ago

    Most people view the earth as a static place. The trees will always be there, never growing or changing. Rivers and lakes will always be there, never changing. The changes happen so slowly that they don’t see them. The earth’s climate has been warming for 11,700 years. Prior to that there was 100,000+ ice age. Prior to that it was much warmer than it is today. Read about the ice penetrating radar study of Greenland on scitechdaily.com