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Posted: 4/12/2012 11:52:23 AM
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i heard somewhere that Bama had already spent more then all the Repukes combined, and he hasn't even had to campaign against anyone yet. There's no doubt about it, if you vote for Obama because you think that Rmoney is the big money 1% guy, you are confused as usual

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Posted: 4/12/2012 1:15:20 PM

National Football League owners are able to curb contentious competition, reinforce negotiation muscle, and restrain expenditure. Instead of combative, cut throat conditions which determine a rivalry between owners for television revenue, league franchise owners cooperate, ration out a split, minimizing risk and stake a claim to balanced and stable revenue, heedless of how efficient owners govern their franchise, enjoying a socialist oasis that return capitalist stylus returns.

The free market allocate the earnings of Major League Baseball players and European soccer players, while the NFL characteristic on this platform is that it caps player income, and curbs opulent teams from monopolizing a supreme money-eyed tyranny on winning through spending, the way well-heeled teams do in the MLB and European soccer leagues.

In Spain, the cardinal matter at the dispute within its domestic competition is the soccer debt bubble. Teams from the Spanish La Liga purchase players from the most elite pools of local and foreign talent, set them up on gargantuan contracts, which are in abundance to team revenue from sponsorship, television rights, and transfer fees, which consequently follows a financial path to failure, where players have been left with cipher elementary rights when their contracted teams have fallen into administration. In the German Bundesliga, the latter business behavior would warrant mandatory relegation as a consequence, but in the Spanish La Liga, teams have the alternative to avoid punishment via relegation with the settlement of half of the team’s debt.

The financial crisis in Spanish football also in part is linked to the configuration of the domestic league system, where Spanish giants, FC Barcelona and (too big to fail) Real Madrid, with their illegal state charity bail outs, profit a lot greater than their smaller Spanish rivals from television rights. More than fifty-percent from these rights travel to these two Spanish giants, while the remaining sum is divided between the other teams in the first and second division.

In total, Spanish La Liga television rights would be worth approx six-hundred million Euro, the German Bundesliga would reign in somewhere of a shortfall of four-hundred million Euro, much less, but it is more measured and consistent in its proportional shares amongst teams. And the platform of power which is responsible for the marketing and licensing of teams in the German league is a watchdog of team finances, which regulates that teams are streamlined as a way to counter any risk of debt, such as in the English Premier League with Manchester City, who in the teams second season of ownership were operating at a loss of one-hundred-and-twenty-one million pounds. German giants, Bayern Munich, who unlike most of their domestic rivals, are a global brand, able to penetrate international markets, have surrendered the argument that a socialist split of television revenue is a financial deprivation when going up against in contest an opposing Barcelona or Real Madrid on the European Champions League platform, two teams that are global symbols of "he who spends the most, always wins". Instead Bayern Munich fall under the charm of the German technocrats who promote that more equal proportional shares benefit the league as a whole, for the success of the German domestic league can not be built on the wreckage of financially starved teams.

The EU is a political skeleton to bring into a focus the continents wealth into the possession of a minority, at the cost of the European people, who’s fate, like the people of the US, are to be the serfs of the twenty-first century. He who spends the most, must do so in order to keep the game going.

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Posted: 4/17/2012 7:35:08 AM
He who spends the most, must do so in order to keep the game going.

true, it is a function of the system and merely a survival mechanism. As an Orioles fan, i know all too well how the NYY and BOS maintain their status at the top, by consistently outspending their opponents. Operating within the rules of the game. rules,,,,,


It will make for some fine line tip toeing for the Bama admin, as they roll out the attacks on Mitt Rmoney. They can't really bash the guy for being a 1% super rich wall street guy, without it backfiring when anyone with open eyes realizes that Obama falls in the same 1% category.

I don't have the hard data, but i've heard both 90 and 95% of incumbents gain re-election. With the level of disdain for all politicians, this signals that something is broken in our system, when we don't like the pols yet they retain power time and time again. Democracy, bought and paid for by the highest bidder
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Posted: 4/17/2012 7:44:10 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by selkooth:

National Football League owners are able to curb contentious competition, reinforce negotiation muscle, and restrain expenditure. Instead of combative, cut throat conditions which determine a rivalry between owners for television revenue, league franchise owners cooperate, ration out a split, minimizing risk and stake a claim to balanced and stable revenue, heedless of how efficient owners govern their franchise, enjoying a socialist oasis that return capitalist stylus returns.

The free market allocate the earnings of Major League Baseball players and European soccer players, while the NFL characteristic on this platform is that it caps player income, and curbs opulent teams from monopolizing a supreme money-eyed tyranny on winning through spending, the way well-heeled teams do in the MLB and European soccer leagues.

In Spain, the cardinal matter at the dispute within its domestic competition is the soccer debt bubble. Teams from the Spanish La Liga purchase players from the most elite pools of local and foreign talent, set them up on gargantuan contracts, which are in abundance to team revenue from sponsorship, television rights, and transfer fees, which consequently follows a financial path to failure, where players have been left with cipher elementary rights when their contracted teams have fallen into administration. In the German Bundesliga, the latter business behavior would warrant mandatory relegation as a consequence, but in the Spanish La Liga, teams have the alternative to avoid punishment via relegation with the settlement of half of the team’s debt.

The financial crisis in Spanish football also in part is linked to the configuration of the domestic league system, where Spanish giants, FC Barcelona and (too big to fail) Real Madrid, with their illegal state charity bail outs, profit a lot greater than their smaller Spanish rivals from television rights. More than fifty-percent from these rights travel to these two Spanish giants, while the remaining sum is divided between the other teams in the first and second division.

In total, Spanish La Liga television rights would be worth approx six-hundred million Euro, the German Bundesliga would reign in somewhere of a shortfall of four-hundred million Euro, much less, but it is more measured and consistent in its proportional shares amongst teams. And the platform of power which is responsible for the marketing and licensing of teams in the German league is a watchdog of team finances, which regulates that teams are streamlined as a way to counter any risk of debt, such as in the English Premier League with Manchester City, who in the teams second season of ownership were operating at a loss of one-hundred-and-twenty-one million pounds. German giants, Bayern Munich, who unlike most of their domestic rivals, are a global brand, able to penetrate international markets, have surrendered the argument that a socialist split of television revenue is a financial deprivation when going up against in contest an opposing Barcelona or Real Madrid on the European Champions League platform, two teams that are global symbols of "he who spends the most, always wins". Instead Bayern Munich fall under the charm of the German technocrats who promote that more equal proportional shares benefit the league as a whole, for the success of the German domestic league can not be built on the wreckage of financially starved teams.

The EU is a political skeleton to bring into a focus the continents wealth into the possession of a minority, at the cost of the European people, who’s fate, like the people of the US, are to be the serfs of the twenty-first century. He who spends the most, must do so in order to keep the game going.

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Posted: 4/17/2012 7:46:12 AM
scram, roo ,,,,,,,,
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Posted: 4/17/2012 7:53:10 AM
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Originally Posted by be easy:

scram, roo ,,,,,,,,

covers knows

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Posted: 4/17/2012 8:02:34 AM
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Posted: 4/20/2012 12:51:30 PM
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Originally Posted by be easy:

He who spends the most, must do so in order to keep the game going.

true, it is a function of the system and merely a survival mechanism. As an Orioles fan, i know all too well how the NYY and BOS maintain their status at the top, by consistently outspending their opponents. Operating within the rules of the game. rules,,,,,


It will make for some fine line tip toeing for the Bama admin, as they roll out the attacks on Mitt Rmoney. They can't really bash the guy for being a 1% super rich wall street guy, without it backfiring when anyone with open eyes realizes that Obama falls in the same 1% category.

I don't have the hard data, but i've heard both 90 and 95% of incumbents gain re-election. With the level of disdain for all politicians, this signals that something is broken in our system, when we don't like the pols yet they retain power time and time again. Democracy, bought and paid for by the highest bidder

The incumbent president may draw faithful followers at the ballot-box, and it may demonstrate to not be amenable to allure the American citizenry away with Rmoney-2012 ideas (marketing strategies), even if beyond Rmoney-2012 telling the party-base and target electorate what they want to hear, the objective substance of those ideas are in fact superior to the Obama marketing $trategies. For example, is the keyed instrument you use to type from your computer, the most capable and resourceful design of its kind offered to consumers? The answer, without argument, no. However, the particular design you use, continues to keep in possession an iron grip of the market due to its design layout being the product which nearly universally, users have become accustomed with.

The American citizenry have become accustomed to strategies, in direct contrast to a reality that is complicated, where the future remains unknown in the global game, where there is no fixed, certified conclusion to the great American decline. Thus, politicians in this complicated reality, are unable to construct the optimal strategy. Behavior changes over time, and even if agents in Washington had complete information about behavior at any position during this American decline, nothing is entirely transparent. Washington never knows for certain the movement of their opponent or the full scale list of genuine moves which say, China, will choose from at any given point in time, even if they are playing by the identical rules. China, for example, unlike the U.S., are not required to plan for the short term, China are without elections, where short-term incentives matter.

To create a portrait of a future that is unknown, in the 1400s, it was amusingly ridiculous to suggest that Western culture and trade would come to dominate the world as we know it it today. Between 1405-1424, China sailed the north coast of Australia, Greenland and Africa, before the age of European exploration had began. Such voyages were not to trade, but to assert Chinese supremacy. When the Chinese emperor during this period died, so did the dream of Chinese overseas expansion. The impact under his successors was that maritime voyages ceased. Later in 1500, anyone found building a ship with more than two masks was liable to the death penalty. In 1551, it became a crime in China to even go to sea on a multi-mask ship. China essentially turned inwards, failed to progress, and allowed the fiery ‘competition’ between small competitive Western European countries to take the opportunity that they failed to capitalize on, overseas expansion, triggered in Western Europe when the Portuguese went looking for an alternate route to corner the spice trade, which set off a maritime space race. By 1915, Western Empires controlled half of the territory and population of the globe and eighty-percent of economic output. Sixty-five years later, the average American was seventy-times richer than the average Chinese, and it was  amusingly ridiculous at the time in 1980 (as it was in the 1400s with respect to European countries), that China, was within a single generations reach of becoming the worlds largest economy, a position along side India that it held back in the 1400s. China’s key economic reformer during the 1980s, focused on the Chinese missed opportunity of the early 1400s to dominate the world, and how its decisions at a critical point to cease expansion at a time, when like America today, it was involved in costly wars, which placed it in fiscal problems, were in part, the cause for its failure to produce an Isaac Newton of the East. Recently, when the financial storm hit, China and India were not even subject to a recession. Even during the most turbulent period of the U.S. and Euro downward slope towards decline, these Eastern powers grew on average approx eight-percent and continued to assert themselves.

China has signaled that it is not going to make the same mistake twice, and I guess it would be amusingly ridiculous as it was in the early 1400s with Europe, or the 1980s with China, to suggest that even after Greece has been stripped of all material wealth, and its people, bleed dry by the bankers, their rights taken away, and the same fate that await Spain, Italy, Slovenia, Belgium, Ireland and France has come to pass, that Germany who had a trade surplus of one-hundred-and-fifty-eight billion Euro last year, will have its empire. Washington needs to promote competition to spark innovation and invest in a future generation of skilled workers in key growth sectors.

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Posted: 4/20/2012 12:55:15 PM
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Originally Posted by be easy:

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i heard somewhere that Bama had already spent more then all the Repukes combined, and he hasn't even had to campaign against anyone yet. There's no doubt about it, if you vote for Obama because you think that Rmoney is the big money 1% guy, you are confused as usual

the bama chitown political machine

It should be street knowledge, Obama, is reinforced by financial elite. During his term, centuples of preceding WS executives and advisors ect., had granted their continuous efforts to gain key posts in the treasury dept. where significant decisions were made that saw funds follow a channel into financial and corporate coffers. R or D, is it not a standard method of proceedings for the president of the day to assign financial eliters to important economic posts.

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Posted: 4/22/2012 8:39:34 AM
Selkooth, you are a wealth of information, and always an interesting read


It should be street knowledge, Obama, is reinforced by financial elite.

you would think! but it seems that many on the left are still blinded, because he carry's that blessed D next to his name
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Originally Posted by be easy:

Selkooth, you are a wealth of information, and always an interesting read


It should be street knowledge, Obama, is reinforced by financial elite.

you would think! but it seems that many on the left are still blinded, because he carry's that blessed D next to his name

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Posted: 4/23/2012 3:18:31 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by selkooth:

The incumbent president may draw faithful followers at the ballot-box, and it may demonstrate to not be amenable to allure the American citizenry away with Rmoney-2012 ideas (marketing strategies), even if beyond Rmoney-2012 telling the party-base and target electorate what they want to hear, the objective substance of those ideas are in fact superior to the Obama marketing $trategies. For example, is the keyed instrument you use to type from your computer, the most capable and resourceful design of its kind offered to consumers? The answer, without argument, no. However, the particular design you use, continues to keep in possession an iron grip of the market due to its design layout being the product which nearly universally, users have become accustomed with.

The American citizenry have become accustomed to strategies, in direct contrast to a reality that is complicated, where the future remains unknown in the global game, where there is no fixed, certified conclusion to the great American decline. Thus, politicians in this complicated reality, are unable to construct the optimal strategy. Behavior changes over time, and even if agents in Washington had complete information about behavior at any position during this American decline, nothing is entirely transparent. Washington never knows for certain the movement of their opponent or the full scale list of genuine moves which say, China, will choose from at any given point in time, even if they are playing by the identical rules. China, for example, unlike the U.S., are not required to plan for the short term, China are without elections, where short-term incentives matter.

To create a portrait of a future that is unknown, in the 1400s, it was amusingly ridiculous to suggest that Western culture and trade would come to dominate the world as we know it it today. Between 1405-1424, China sailed the north coast of Australia, Greenland and Africa, before the age of European exploration had began. Such voyages were not to trade, but to assert Chinese supremacy. When the Chinese emperor during this period died, so did the dream of Chinese overseas expansion. The impact under his successors was that maritime voyages ceased. Later in 1500, anyone found building a ship with more than two masks was liable to the death penalty. In 1551, it became a crime in China to even go to sea on a multi-mask ship. China essentially turned inwards, failed to progress, and allowed the fiery ‘competition’ between small competitive Western European countries to take the opportunity that they failed to capitalize on, overseas expansion, triggered in Western Europe when the Portuguese went looking for an alternate route to corner the spice trade, which set off a maritime space race. By 1915, Western Empires controlled half of the territory and population of the globe and eighty-percent of economic output. Sixty-five years later, the average American was seventy-times richer than the average Chinese, and it was  amusingly ridiculous at the time in 1980 (as it was in the 1400s with respect to European countries), that China, was within a single generations reach of becoming the worlds largest economy, a position along side India that it held back in the 1400s. China’s key economic reformer during the 1980s, focused on the Chinese missed opportunity of the early 1400s to dominate the world, and how its decisions at a critical point to cease expansion at a time, when like America today, it was involved in costly wars, which placed it in fiscal problems, were in part, the cause for its failure to produce an Isaac Newton of the East. Recently, when the financial storm hit, China and India were not even subject to a recession. Even during the most turbulent period of the U.S. and Euro downward slope towards decline, these Eastern powers grew on average approx eight-percent and continued to assert themselves.

China has signaled that it is not going to make the same mistake twice, and I guess it would be amusingly ridiculous as it was in the early 1400s with Europe, or the 1980s with China, to suggest that even after Greece has been stripped of all material wealth, and its people, bleed dry by the bankers, their rights taken away, and the same fate that await Spain, Italy, Slovenia, Belgium, Ireland and France has come to pass, that Germany who had a trade surplus of one-hundred-and-fifty-eight billion Euro last year, will have its empire. Washington needs to promote competition to spark innovation and invest in a future generation of skilled workers in key growth sectors.



Good stuff as always...  real historical perspective is also so mucg better then partisan propaganda
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Posted: 4/23/2012 3:21:50 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by rooster010:

covers knows



[Quote: Originally Posted by be easy] covers nose


what does Covers knows mean anyways?

It is interesting that some find it a running joke and nothing serious... while others completely flip out and view it as negative...

Seems like people make a personal choice on how to react to a phrase that really means nothing... but at the same time seems to have such a deep and serious meaning to a few individuals who choosing to be bothered by it




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Originally Posted by be easy] covers nose


what does Covers knows mean anyways?

It is interesting that some find it a running joke and nothing serious... while others completely flip out and view it as negative...

Seems like people make a personal choice on how to react to a phrase that really means nothing... but at the same time seems to have such a deep and serious meaning to a few individuals who choosing to be bothered by it




nobody gives a darn what it means

 

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Posted: 4/23/2012 6:24:11 AM
I would argue that the phrase really pushes the buttons of some posters... and are greatly effected by it like they are being needled to a point that they cant handle it...

people have been decimated by its negative effects


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Posted: 4/23/2012 7:16:47 AM

nah

its more of an infantile annoyance in line with the pedantic actions of others

now i am done responding to this childishness

put away your pettiness and keep on thread topic

 

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