An imaginary conversation with Peter Schiff

December 6, 2021

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Before I get to the conversation I find it necessary to note that I have been listening to Peter Schiff’s podcast on and off, and find his inside to be agreeable most of the time. He knows his stuff, and is explaining it very well. MeWhy invest in Gold rather then diamonds? What makes gold […]

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Bidens Democracy Summit

November 24, 2021

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There is an interesting article about The Summit for Democracy titled Biden Invites Taiwan to Democracy Summit Alongside 110 Countries.I want to add a short but important observation.As mentioned in the article Hungary and Turkey have not been invited to the Summit. But contrary to the article, I believe that the reason has nothing to […]

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Inflation economics for dummies

October 28, 2021

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Peter buys a house for $100.10time passes and Peter sells his home for $200.2time later he decides he wants to buy the same house back but now the house costs $210.However Peter has only $160 after paying $40 capital gain taxes.He lost $50 buying power, and therefore is poorer.Peter was hedging inflation with real estate.

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A little history lesson for China

October 26, 2021

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Once upon a time China was a flourishing country. Trade was booming. Europe was buying and China was producing. Hence the silk road from way back in time.China was selling and was selling for silver. All the world’s silver was flowing to China in exchange for goods.However Europe, all the individual countries in Europe were […]

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A way to weigh whether you are on the right side of history

October 16, 2021

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We have to weigh each time we argue for or against something whether we are arguing out of fear or for the most basic right of life

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You are angry about the Marxist movement of the left?

July 13, 2020

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Hey you thinker, here are some thoughts for you to ponder. STOP trying! We are preprogrammed not to trust anything that doesn’t look, feel, or smell like us. The more someone looks like us, and talks like us, the more trustworthy they appear to us. The second we meet someone we judge them. We judge […]

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Why not apply the principles of the jury system to democracy?

January 26, 2019

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Not only do we know that Democracy as we know it doesn’t work, in 1787 the man who gave us democracy here in the USA told us that it would not work, hence the second amendment. They said this is the best we have deal with it. Don’t let it get too big! What did […]

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rtdb.py: Extension for dtuple.py

January 11, 2012

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This is specific to sqlite but could easily be adopted to work with other databases. # # rtdb.py: Extension for dtuple.py # # Written by Dennis T Kaplan . Public Domain. # No Copyright, no Rights Reserved, and no Warranties. class rtdb: def __init__(self, dbname, sql, one = True): self.one = one connection = sqlite3.connect(dbname) […]

Search linux bash history

November 21, 2011

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  Have you ever executed something on the linux shell and didn’t remember later how it was done? Well if you remember just part of it you can search for it:      history | grep -i "<search string>"

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Google, the most dangerous monopoly ever

July 8, 2011

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I use almost all Google services ranging from search engine, over Gmail, Calendar, Android and Google Voice all the way to Webmaster Tools and Google Analytics. If you combine all that data, I think that Google may know me better then I know my self, and that is starting to make me nerves. Don’t get […]

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