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Cheney was never indicted.

Bush was never indicted.

Bolton was never indicted.

Mattis was never indicted.

Revealing crime is more dangerous than committing crime.
#FreeAssange
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Venus Project: "For this to be achieved all resources must be declared as the common heritage of all Earth’s inhabitants"

How is this different from communism?
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France deploys soldiers against protesters

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Mycroft - a company offering open-source AI products. Take back control from giant AI companies!

https://mycroft.ai/
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Don't let anyone control your life!


Check out Mycroft, an open-source AI assistant: https://mycroft.ai/
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In case you want to look it up: it was Simona Bernat, a college teacher.
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In Romania, a woman was ill, and called an ambulance. Then she went unconscious. The ambulance found the closed door, and the law did not let them open it. The woman died.
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Did the doctor let the woman know it's OK to not bring her son? Because the doctor may have thought it's a severe illness, and still needs help.
The response may have been proportional
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Learning my ass. In addition to wasting my time, this video makes an argument from shock factor.
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Operational security
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Sorry about the wallet issue earlier. We are improving the security of the Memo. The web wallet will soon be safe even from an XSS attack!
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Check out [Augur](https://www.augur.net/) - a decentralized prediction market. You can, say, hedge your crypto assets by betting they will fall.
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Didn't seem to crash yet... Augur is one of the best-engineered (hopefully not over-engineered) pieces of distributed software I have seen.
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Or at the whim of anybody. Imagine being falsely accused of rape, then being imprisoned until you prove your innocence (which might not be possible). How would that be justice?
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Some exceptions are corrupt politicians adding legal exceptions for big companies.

If we had no presumption of innocence, anyone could go to prison at the whim of politicians.
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I feel like life is good. In my life, I found that in general, people have good intentions, though their beliefs and reasons may vary wildly. Though there are some exceptions.
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The Christchurch mosque shooter mentions using Bitconnect in his manifesto.

https://bitcoinfiles.com/7b6f8e44a5514133332a07b763b9d51e7553c98945ac506d05ee18785eefac5e
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I guess available cash lets me profit off blood on the streets; crypto ensures individual freedom; and real estate is a hedge, just in case the economy keeps going "well" :)
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The crypto got that big by just hodling (fiscal optimization). The real estate was a gift from my parents. And the cash because I did not want stocks with such an insane PE ratio.