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  • Yeah right, only allowed to love apple and hate everyone else. Not a free market ideology!!

  • lajvjg6112@sbcglobal.net lajvjg6112 13 hours ago Flag

    "
    Obamacare customers"

    That would be all the lazy, useless, low life's in the country who live on the government freebies and sponge off the honorable hard working middle class.

  • lajvjg6112@sbcglobal.net lajvjg6112 13 hours ago Flag

    MSFT has been around long enough to become a staple commodity, much like the gas or light company so your words are useless and offer absolutely no value to anyone, uninformed Liberal dummy.

  • I have no sympathy for those who lost junk plans, because they weren't harmed in any way. Those were people caught up in getting something for a low price, who never read what they had for coverage, but loved their plan because it was cheap. They never used it to find out they have nothing that costs anything covered. Funny you don't see them talking anymore, their paid pre election promotion period ended. Thank God Obama got the ACA enacted, great man and great President. So many have been helped and suffering lessened.

  • Company continues to fade from public consciousness.

  • " wife worked at a major university affiliated teaching hospital, they set appointments for people to return for follow "

    Ah, more fabricated anecdotes to support your right wing political views.

    Goebbles would blush in the light of your propaganda, my septuagarian friend.

  • " I believe he was actually trying to help those who had no care along with trying to keep the poor out of emergency rooms."

    I don't. I think he was trying to do a government grab of a large segment of the economy. If they wanted to help it would have been done slower and better and he would not have planned to lie and lied.

    Also if you want to keep many poor out of the emergency rooms you will need to send police to check on them and force them to a doctor. My wife worked at a major university affiliated teaching hospital, they set appointments for people to return for follow up and many many did not until it was at the ER in an emergency situation, it was all free to them but they would not come until it was urgent.

    There is a way to overhaul health care and it involves lesser trained people providing basic care under supervision, you cannot add demand without resources.

    Last point is virtually 100% of the NET gains in insured are attributable to Medicaid, no need for contortions to give away health care.

  • Reply to

    who is impressed by the banality of hawcreek

    by cfuryurself Apr 24, 2015 8:46 PM

    Snowflake, the important tbing is that your right wing views are triumphant in the end. No need to worry about accuracy or consequences, eh snowflake?

    As a sepuagenarian the future of the planet isn't too important to you anyway, eh snowflake?

    Keep fighting communism. It's important work....you are legendary my septuagenarian freind..

  • Reply to

    who is impressed by the banality of hawcreek

    by cfuryurself Apr 24, 2015 8:46 PM

    " You do know there is more than one climate model prediction ??"

    You do know they have all been wrong?

    They keep relying on anecdotal evidence of regional warming to stay the course in their belief but the core problem is none of the models have correlated CO2 as the driving force and that is needed to keep their paychecks flowing.

    That the earth warms of cools for a few hundred years is the way it has ALWAYS been, they need to somehow blame man as a major driving force, then they need to have a man made cause they can tax. To blame it on urban sprawl and encroachment of asphalt won't do.

    "So to dumb it down for you. The study supported model scenarios in the middle of the range."

    Not exactly, idiot. To dumb it down for you they said the higher models have not worked and though they have no correlation to confirm they "believe" a course plotted in the mid range will be closer IN THE FUTURE, but that will question the correlation of CO2 in all models. They are extrapolating a slight trend the doomsday scenario is not playing out.

    You are far over your head in any of these areas, you don't have an intuitive science bone in your body.

  • The impact of new Intel chips on what W10 does will be interesting to watch. Again, early next year (2016) will see fully functional LTE 10nm chips in Surface/phones/other devices. The possible July release of W10 is phase 1, not sure what phase 2 would be - Xbox items? More new hardware? W10 upgrade?

    It's going to be a very interesting year. Very interesting.

  • Reply to

    who is impressed by the banality of hawcreek

    by cfuryurself Apr 24, 2015 8:46 PM

    The study says the outcome is likely to match middle estimates of warming. You do know there is more than one climate model prediction ??

    So to dumb it down for you. The study supported model scenarios in the middle of the range. Which is perfectly reasonable to a thinking person. That leaves you out don't it boi.

  • I have sympathy for those who got hurt by the new rules. I believe he was actually trying to help those who had no care along with trying to keep the poor out of emergency rooms. The US health care system is very complicated when you are dealing with the providers who have the best lawyers/doctors who can skirt any negative factors in new laws to roll them in their favor. Based on all the health care share prices I would say they may have benefited under Obama possibly more than even under Bush. As for myself I am fortunate to have carried my coverage into retirement with affordable premiums and deductibles for myself and my family of course until my children are 26 which is getting closer.

  • Reply to

    who is impressed by the banality of hawcreek

    by cfuryurself Apr 24, 2015 8:46 PM

    Stop getting analysis from the commie site "mediamatters", idiot.

    It's been two raccoon's ages since I listened to Rush, he like Mediamatters is for entertainment not substance if you are entertained by that stuff.

    Nothing in you "rebuttal" addressed the facts I posted, rather you built your idiotic straw man fro a Rush analysis, which was no part of my post.

    The Duke study says yeah we know warming is going on but the models are weighted wrong, something I have been saying for a decade, and in fact they don't have any idea that the warming is a trend or a burp.

    You're really too stupid to get this lecture but others may have been mislead by your clip from the commie site.

  • Reply to

    who is impressed by the banality of hawcreek

    by cfuryurself Apr 24, 2015 8:46 PM

    Turn off the Rush Limbut, you don't have the brain cells to spare on his dumbing down techniques.

    ""On the April 22 edition of his show, Limbaugh touted the Duke University study as "[b]ad news for the climate change crowd" and claimed the Duke researchers are part of a "consensus" of people who think "there isn't any warming going on." He went on to assert that the study, which examines temperature records over the past 1,000 years, shows that "there's no evidence whatsoever to suggest that long-term warming over the next 100 years is going to be anything even noticeable, abnormal."

    But the study itself said nothing of the sort. Rather, the study stated that, out of the range of warming projections outlined by the United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), temperature records suggest that at present time the "middle-of-the-road warming scenario" is more likely than the most severe warming projections. One of the study's authors, Duke doctoral candidate Patrick Brown, confirmed as much in an email to Media Matters, and called Limbaugh's assertion "ridiculous":

  • Windows 10 is going to be huge

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Only MS employees like yourself care. No one outside Redmond gives a flip about windows anymore.

  • That leak came from AMD. Users have been using the Windows Insider Consumer Previews as their main device since day 1 of the release. If I hype something I am just trying to prevent someone from actually getting into a jam by installing the preview when it is not done. Microsoft has also published a list of when it will no longer support the different builds of this preview.

    I do not want to speak for AMD and I sold that stock but I still own Intel. The Windows 10 is actually not finished yet in something that is public ready for the massive critics Windows gets. AMD cannot predict if that will take 2 days or 3 months. This will become unofficially released as soon as they get everything to be as stable as on the few devices that they test on.

    The guy who's name starts with an S that I think you are not a fan of used to have large amounts of testers to just test things internally. That was taken away from him and her it is 2015 and Microsoft is having the public test. The big problem is all the different hardware, screens and ....... Was the guy with the S correct? Maybe, the phone errors are being caught by the public because in house developers are stretched.

    I know you know but the public may not know there have not been any phones with Intel chips for Microsoft. There are several phones expected for Windows 10. Not sure I want to turn it into a Nokia board and hurt the current phone sales if you start talking about what is coming in 3 months.

    Microsoft did not comment on the Verizon lack of Lumia phones and it is rumored that they will not stock any more until the new block buster Windows 10 models. It will hurt if people start talking because people wait to buy.

    Microsoft & Intel W10 phones and other products are going to WOW the public. AMD gets the disgruntled attitude that I guess is impossible not to show. Microsoft still uses them. It still shows that a CEO could do that on a rumor. This build of 10 has millions of users so it has already been relea..

  • only by a few pennies...they are going to test 52 wk high again next week. Looks for lots of news for their apps that run on appl's iwatch.

  • to where it should be. Too many people got worried about this quarter and got out or straddled.
    This stock is now priced where it should be. It will be 60 in a year.

  • " CimaVax, developed by Cuba..."

    Really? Does that mean Crestor and a thousand other drugs and procedures were developed by the USA?

    You meant developed by Cuban doctors.

    Though we still do not know the efficacy that such research is ongoing should not be a surprise regardless of political system. Cubans are an industrious people and have access to immunology information developed by other pioneers like Dr. Robert Good from my area of the world.

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