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In reply to an earlier post on Dec 12, 2012 7:10:01 AM PST
not quite

your ideas are totally devoid of any merit

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 11, 2012 11:17:33 PM PST
John Jay says:
The absence of customer comment was because readership of the forum was light and my notions were not appreciated. Its a free country. If you want to SKIP OVER an idea, DO IT.

Your responses years late are useless. And their negativity is loud and clear. They are the work of a troll -- namely YOU !

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 11, 2012 9:24:56 PM PST
two years and nobody cared to even rate your post let alone respond

Initial post: Feb 25, 2010 2:41:00 PM PST
John Jay says:
Three Musketeers: Cassidy, Krugman and Stiglitz

I am slowly reading Cassidy's "HOW MARKETS FAIL" and Stiglitz's "FREE
FALL", and reading faster the Profile on KRUGMAN, in the New Yorker of
March 1, 2010, by a very gifted NYKR writer-profiler, Larissa
MacFarquhar.

These three Musketeers may be on my side: they promote economic
democracy, human rights, effective monetary systems of production, and
all things good in life and none bad.

I'm more sure of Cassidy and Stiglitz. Krugman, too, but I will know
more when I'm done with the ten page profile.

My problem, which I share with you and all other people on earth is with
the complexity of real history and the difficulty we face trying to
make common cause with well meaning informed logisticians, politicians,
labor leaders, accountants, lawyers, bankers, businessmen, comedians,
librarians, computer whiz's, mathematicians, etc., and ordinary people
too.

I note that Dean Kamen has designed and produced for the Veterans
Hospitals an artificial human hand. That was an impossible feat of
engineering -- and it was done in America now. So one would think that
in America, with its Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and the
National Security Agency, as established entities able to deal with
complexity and collaboration, what I want done would be a snap.

Do any of you want done what I want done? If not why not. Your answer
ought to be about as long as this post.
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Discussion in:  Economics forum
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Initial post:  Feb 25, 2010
Latest post:  Dec 12, 2012

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