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The Danger Zone; Where No Man Can Withstand or Hold His Own August 30, 2010

Posted by Avu in Uncategorized.
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The Danger Zones affect weaker students with weak test taking skills. Among the categories, perhaps one or two have stricken me with heavenly zeal, especially sweeping generalizations, as we all know broads, cripples, and colored folk have similar economic trends within their species. Yes, however, in general I am too perfect a human being to succumb to anything regarding anything dangerous, and mostly just don’t know what the %@#$ I’m saying because of not studying and trying to bluff my way out. I’m kind of like the Iron Chef of writing about economics. Read the rest of my blog. Actually, don’t.

Taxes, the Beauty of Democracy… August 26, 2010

Posted by Avu in Section 3, The Economist Outside of Class.
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…and the filth that is everything we hold dear to ourselves. That is, of course, referring to taxation equity, as there is nothing we as decent human beings hold to be a more fundamental human right for survival than taxation equity. This is why we spend our time and taxpayer dollars (the irony…) attempting to find a happy, or unhappy for that matter, middle ground on where we should set our tax rate. The Democrats and that other party in our country seem to harbor a rivalry as vicious as the Yankees and the Red Sox. I take that back, it’s something more along the lines of the Palestinians and Israelis (go blue!), with more wheeling, dealing, and sexuality. The Repugnicans (sic) seem to assert that they don’t want to drive up national debt by raising taxes. They’re, to paraphrase Bubbles from “The Wire”, equivocating like a mother*&%#er. In the long run, undoing the damage that Dick and Bush did would of course reduce the national deficit. The right wing amuses me. This explains why I specifically order only left wings at B-Dubs. Esoteric reference, forgive me. In the end it’s simply a long term vs. short term battle between both parties, and as we have learned from the past, we should always shoot for the long term.