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Rev Kilgore Mullet   Saturday, 03/17/12 10:23:54 AM
Re: Churak post# 158874
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iHub certainly seems to attract more than its fair share of clinical psychopaths. If you believe in free markets, do you think that Adam Smith's invisible hand restrains these people in any way or do you think that bureaucratic intrusions, such as occasionally sending the worst of the lot to the iHub jail, is in any way effective?

The only thing more sad than losing money in a pump is doubling down and being taken to the cleaners for a second trip.
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