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#42 - Only partially. This is embellished quite heavily. …  [+] (1 reply) 01/08/2016 on Which Slaves Cost More? +42
#77 - anon (01/08/2016) [-]
The indentured servants thing is BS. Get your info from any black historian and they'll tell you that it's a way to downplay white slavery and make black slavery seem worse. Black historians will tell you that. White historians plagued with guilt and black "dindunuffins" will tell you otherwise because the history of slavery has to be blackwashed to make whites guilty and please black ignorance.
#10 - Apparently "no" means "of" in japanese. …  [+] (3 replies) 01/08/2016 on tfw no oc +6
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#29 - testaburger (01/08/2016) [-]
boku no pico
boku is a masculine way of saying "I"
Boku no becomes "my"
Pico is a name

Boku no pico = My pico
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#11 - noobtankz (01/08/2016) [-]
It's actually a lot more than that, but that's the simple way to put it yeah. It's more used to connect two nouns together. It's a possessive particle and is the difference between I name is and my name is. (watashi namae wa vs watashi no namae wa) But it's usage is rather wide. But the more correct, simple way, is it's a possessive particle. it makes X own Y.
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#40 - jesusisagoose (01/08/2016) [-]
hey everybody, this dragon is a huge nerd! Jk bby thanks for the info
#4 - Is this actually a real life problem? You'd think it wouldn't …  [+] (1 reply) 01/03/2016 on All That Sarcasm 0
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#5 - anomorphous (01/03/2016) [-]
Newer ones do, but mercs would go for the cheaper, older ones, which DON'T have limits.
#7 - I wonder if this would actually work.  [+] (3 replies) 01/02/2016 on Rolls Royce +10
#21 - notafunnyguy (01/02/2016) [-]
Banks don't actually take your collateral into their possession until you default on your loan. By then, interest rates and mised payments fees would be costing you hundreds and it would take about 4-6 months of missed payments for the banks to reclaim collateral.

So short answer, no, it wouldn't. If every person getting a loan had to park their car with the bank after getting a loan, nobody would put their car as collateral.
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#65 - Indoknight (01/02/2016) [-]
get a $5 dollar loan for 1 day, default and only pay like $20 in interest
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#25 - herecomesjohnny (01/02/2016) [-]
actually in europe here a lot of banks do take items in possession while giving credit. There are even companies specialized in withholding and managing things such as stock (historically champagne) for the banks.
#15 - The chances of this actually being upheld in court is extremel…  [+] (2 replies) 12/29/2015 on Still think we should just... 0
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#31 - heartlessrobot (12/30/2015) [-]
If it's law, the court will uphold it.
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#50 - jackstrafe (12/30/2015) [-]
So definitely a yes-no from you guys