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November 12, 2010

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Thank you, sir!

Excellent essay! I saw this at work when I was in Viet Nam, passing technical knowledge to people we worked with.

(Hmm...Just don't tell William Blum about this, OK?)

WOW! Lets spread the word about this!

Steve
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From what you wrote, I think you are a very talented person

I have been searching for a site like this in the field I am interested in. I am a great fan. I also like all things about do it yourself suggestions that help you to save.

It's funny how we adopt words and adapt our lexicon to the times. This is a very useful slant on things.

This sounds like a great example of misuse of econometrics!

I'd love to see the paper. Over the last 30 years, most poverty reduction has occurred in two countries where (to my knowledge) there are few US troop deployments, India and China.

It is true that the continent of most entrenched poverty (Africa) has seen little US troop presence since WWII except for our brief failure in Somalia, but I think that is an adverse selection by the US not to go into places where not much could be achieved.

This is not to discount where US troops clearly provided tremendous economic benefits (such as the North/South Korea comparison), but I suspect that is an outlier.

Plus there are plenty of US troops in places today that would have otherwise had plenty of post-WWII growth without US troops (Japan and Germany for example).

I guess the point is to give and save as much as you can and make your money work for you like the good servant we should strive to be.

Knowing your contribution, how you add value, how you make a difference - THAT can make you happy at work.

There are many kind of love, that we should not judge with our secular emotion. Together or not, we will let fate take it to our destiny.

If you are talking about the future, and if you say, "when pigs fly" about something, then it means that you think it will never really happen!

often in your ears Qinghuan your name and you always call me baby, you see that mischievous look, from time to time to Sajiao, like a child, like I jumped into the arms!

The man who has not fought his way upward and does not bear the scar of desperate conflict does not know the highest meaning of success

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