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    Quote Originally Posted by AssHatZombie View Post
    You're the idiot who thought he had something when he didn't.

    He didn't have ANY EVIDENCE...all he had was his word.

    Couldn't produce anything when prompted, and completely fucking perjured himself when he testified.

    So, he did what you're doing here...made a false accusation and then refused to support it with any evidence.

    Then you came on JPP and lied about him having evidence, then when asked to provide said evidence, you choke.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AssHatZombie View Post
    not with bailouts. lessons don't get learned with bailouts.
    Lessons are taught by bailouts, but maybe not good lessons. When the Chinese bailout "key investors", but screw over the rest, a lesson is learned by everyone: both "key investors", and everyone else.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Walt View Post
    Lessons are taught by bailouts, but maybe not good lessons. When the Chinese bailout "key investors", but screw over the rest, a lesson is learned by everyone: both "key investors", and everyone else.
    ideally yes. humanity will learn.
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