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#75 : November 21, 2012, 07:36:32 PM

From the article you just posted:

"Elmendorf wrote that newly available research prompted CBO to update "its analysis of the effects of tort reform." The agency's conclusion: A package of reforms that included a $250,000 cap on damages for pain and suffering and a $500,000 cap on punitive damages "would reduce total national health care spending by about 0.5 percent."

Would reduce total national healthcare spending by what, Vinny Peanuts? Does that say 0.5%, or doesn't it? Clueless doesn't even begin to describe you.


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#76 : November 21, 2012, 07:40:08 PM

From the article you just posted:

"Elmendorf wrote that newly available research prompted CBO to update "its analysis of the effects of tort reform." The agency's conclusion: A package of reforms that included a $250,000 cap on damages for pain and suffering and a $500,000 cap on punitive damages "would reduce total national health care spending by about 0.5 percent."

Would reduce total national healthcare spending by what, Vinny Peanuts? Does that say 0.5%, or doesn't it? Clueless doesn't even begin to describe you.

you're so angry its funny.  you're mad because I have pointed out (again) that you are a fraud, so now youre trying so hard . .  calling me "vinny peanuts" and "clueless."  It's okay Ginger, I will fill you in on a little secret just so you don't stay mad.  Are you paying attention?  Here's the secret:

THEY KNOW . . .ALL OF THEM . . . . THEY ALREADY KNOW

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: November 21, 2012, 07:41:42 PM VinBucFan


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#77 : November 21, 2012, 08:16:12 PM

From the article you just posted:

"Elmendorf wrote that newly available research prompted CBO to update "its analysis of the effects of tort reform." The agency's conclusion: A package of reforms that included a $250,000 cap on damages for pain and suffering and a $500,000 cap on punitive damages "would reduce total national health care spending by about 0.5 percent."

Would reduce total national healthcare spending by what, Vinny Peanuts? Does that say 0.5%, or doesn't it? Clueless doesn't even begin to describe you.

you're so angry its funny.  you're mad because I have pointed out (again) that you are a fraud, so now youre trying so hard . .  calling me "vinny peanuts" and "clueless."  It's okay Ginger, I will fill you in on a little secret just so you don't stay mad.  Are you paying attention?  Here's the secret:

THEY KNOW . . .ALL OF THEM . . . . THEY ALREADY KNOW

 ;D

"Elmendorf wrote that newly available research prompted CBO to update "its analysis of the effects of tort reform." The agency's conclusion: A package of reforms that included a $250,000 cap on damages for pain and suffering and a $500,000 cap on punitive damages "would reduce total national health care spending by about 0.5 percent."

I was wrong. I overestimated the impact of tort reform by a full percentage point. Got any other links you want to post, Vinny Peanuts? Your help in making my points for me is proving to be pretty valuable.


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#78 : November 21, 2012, 08:19:05 PM

lol . . .  . angry


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#79 : November 22, 2012, 06:38:34 AM

I just realized that this thread says "Boycott Wal Mart".   I never shop there anyway.   So I guess I already boycott it.


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#80 : November 22, 2012, 07:40:04 AM



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#81 : November 22, 2012, 09:25:44 AM

From the article you just posted:

"Elmendorf wrote that newly available research prompted CBO to update "its analysis of the effects of tort reform." The agency's conclusion: A package of reforms that included a $250,000 cap on damages for pain and suffering and a $500,000 cap on punitive damages "would reduce total national health care spending by about 0.5 percent."

Would reduce total national healthcare spending by what, Vinny Peanuts? Does that say 0.5%, or doesn't it? Clueless doesn't even begin to describe you.

you're so angry its funny.  you're mad because I have pointed out (again) that you are a fraud, so now youre trying so hard . .  calling me "vinny peanuts" and "clueless."  It's okay Ginger, I will fill you in on a little secret just so you don't stay mad.  Are you paying attention?  Here's the secret:

THEY KNOW . . .ALL OF THEM . . . . THEY ALREADY KNOW

 ;D

"Elmendorf wrote that newly available research prompted CBO to update "its analysis of the effects of tort reform." The agency's conclusion: A package of reforms that included a $250,000 cap on damages for pain and suffering and a $500,000 cap on punitive damages "would reduce total national health care spending by about 0.5 percent."

I was wrong. I overestimated the impact of tort reform by a full percentage point. Got any other links you want to post, Vinny Peanuts? Your help in making my points for me is proving to be pretty valuable.




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#82 : November 22, 2012, 10:49:04 AM

I just realized that this thread says "Boycott Wal Mart".   I never shop there anyway.   So I guess I already boycott it.

Me either. They don't even have one in the city that I live in.


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#83 : November 22, 2012, 10:50:32 AM

From the article you just posted:

"Elmendorf wrote that newly available research prompted CBO to update "its analysis of the effects of tort reform." The agency's conclusion: A package of reforms that included a $250,000 cap on damages for pain and suffering and a $500,000 cap on punitive damages "would reduce total national health care spending by about 0.5 percent."

Would reduce total national healthcare spending by what, Vinny Peanuts? Does that say 0.5%, or doesn't it? Clueless doesn't even begin to describe you.

you're so angry its funny.  you're mad because I have pointed out (again) that you are a fraud, so now youre trying so hard . .  calling me "vinny peanuts" and "clueless."  It's okay Ginger, I will fill you in on a little secret just so you don't stay mad.  Are you paying attention?  Here's the secret:

THEY KNOW . . .ALL OF THEM . . . . THEY ALREADY KNOW

 ;D

"Elmendorf wrote that newly available research prompted CBO to update "its analysis of the effects of tort reform." The agency's conclusion: A package of reforms that included a $250,000 cap on damages for pain and suffering and a $500,000 cap on punitive damages "would reduce total national health care spending by about 0.5 percent."

I was wrong. I overestimated the impact of tort reform by a full percentage point. Got any other links you want to post, Vinny Peanuts? Your help in making my points for me is proving to be pretty valuable.





How cute. Vinny Peanuts has found himself a new butt buddy.


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#84 : November 22, 2012, 06:33:23 PM

I just realized that this thread says "Boycott Wal Mart".   I never shop there anyway.   So I guess I already boycott it.

Me either. They don't even have one in the city that I live in.

Yeah I think I've heard of that city , CBW.


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#85 : November 22, 2012, 11:37:19 PM

I just realized that this thread says "Boycott Wal Mart".   I never shop there anyway.   So I guess I already boycott it.

Me either. They don't even have one in the city that I live in.

They don't have one in the entire country that I'm in.


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#86 : November 23, 2012, 11:32:25 AM


Wally World was the busiest I've ever seen it last night. Couldn't even get into the parking lot, had to park across the street at PayLess. Bought a 60" Vizio LED for my girl, $688.



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#87 : November 23, 2012, 12:14:47 PM


 Bought a 60" Vizio LED for my girl, $688.

I'll bet "your girl" is going to enjoy watching those Doug Martin highlight runs on that new 60" Vizio of hers ;)

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#88 : November 23, 2012, 02:55:51 PM

When did this whole Black Friday phenomena start?

People are freakin' idiots. So easily manipulated.

Merry Christmas!



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#89 : November 23, 2012, 03:00:18 PM


Wally World was the busiest I've ever seen it last night. Couldn't even get into the parking lot, had to park across the street at PayLess. Bought a 60" Vizio LED for my girl, $688.

Good deal.  Regular price on that looks to be about $1,000.

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