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#20 - Well I can't really do much from here but I wish you the best of luck!  [+] (1 new reply) 04/26/2016 on College Undergrads be like... +3
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#21 - infinitereaper (04/26/2016) [-]
thx bruh I'm thinking of power studying tomorrow and taking it after my appointment on Wednesday . I can't risk my heart so I'll lay off the narcolepsy/adhd meds.
#9 - What level Accounting?  [+] (6 new replies) 04/25/2016 on College Undergrads be like... 0
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#15 - infinitereaper (04/26/2016) [-]
its just managerial but I'm a diagnosed narcoleptic who probably has ADHD I'm coming hard off some meds thanks to my poor heart meds and generally am just a mess physically and I have to power study and I have an appointment and it's just a god awful mess
#27 - drasticdragon (04/26/2016) [-]
Go for a deferral?
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#36 - infinitereaper (04/26/2016) [-]
I'm going to study all day, maybe take it tomorrow after my appointment. But we'll see how this plays out. Sadly without the power of focus because my heart is a piece of shit. But I've done it before, I can do it again. Sides I've got my pain med anyway and that should help.
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#20 - blergle (04/26/2016) [-]
Well I can't really do much from here but I wish you the best of luck!
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#21 - infinitereaper (04/26/2016) [-]
thx bruh I'm thinking of power studying tomorrow and taking it after my appointment on Wednesday . I can't risk my heart so I'll lay off the narcolepsy/adhd meds.
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#16 - infinitereaper (04/26/2016) [-]
poor heart* my bpm is too fast
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#17 - What is it called near Dam Neck?  [+] (2 new replies) 04/12/2016 on big a$$ portions too 0
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#30 - marno (04/12/2016) [-]
Not sure, maybe Seaside Lanes? It's on the smaller Navy base in Dam Neck. The Annex one. Not Oceana. This should be a link to the menu, the snack station is called Gater Bowl, but I don't think that's the name of the place. Freedom lanes? I don't fucking know. Military websites are absolute trash. www.discovermwr.com/media/jeblcfs/jeblcfs_bowling_snack-bar-menu.pdf
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#53 - blergle (04/12/2016) [-]
Thanks for the help!
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#26 - This is true, however he only suggest raising taxes on the top…  [+] (3 new replies) 02/07/2016 on berned +22
#305 - Abortedwafflez (02/07/2016) [-]
The top already get taxed pretty heavy though. Taxing them wouldn't really solve anything, it just wouldn't bring in anything. And I find it odd people suggest that even though this is a country built on economic success, we want to keep people with economic success down. And as of right now, the top percent pay more in taxes overall than lower income citizens. And the lower class pays back relatively nothing in taxes compared to higher income citizens. Although, the middle class represents most citizens and accounts for a majority (compared to the other classes in this chart). But even then, the top 10% are paying for more than 53.3% of taxes of all people.
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#129 - sgtmajjohnson (02/07/2016) [-]
I'm sorry, but it wouldn't at all.
"On a static basis, the plan would lead to 10.56 percent lower after-tax income for all taxpayers and 17.91 percent lower after-tax income for the top 1 percent. When accounting for reduced GDP, after-tax incomes of all taxpayers would fall by at least 12.84 percent."
-The tax foundations analysis for Sanders' policies. It's not just the 1% who get hit.
There's also this gem
"According to the Tax Foundation’s Taxes and Growth Model, the plan would significantly increase marginal tax rates and the cost of capital, which would lead to 9.5 percent lower GDP over the long term."
That means a deadweight loss of nearly 10% of our GDP. His plans would be completely terrible for economic growth. Whether you value equity over growth is another consideration, but it's quite likely that this makes everyone worse off.
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#326 - sgtmajjohnson (02/07/2016) [-]
4 people thumbing down straight numbers from an accredited think tank because it disagrees with their viewpoints. And people say the /pol/ tards are the ones with a circle jerk. Do you really think we're going to get nearly $2 trillion per year in new tax revenue by taxing only the 1%, or are you supporting him because he's the free shit guy?
#24 - I recommend actually looking up his plan for spending. It has …  [+] (9 new replies) 02/06/2016 on berned +70
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#280 - durkadurka (02/07/2016) [-]
It's been shown that his plan spends more than he can generate through revenue and that's after making all sorts of optimistic assumptions (like assuming that the rich won't shield their assets from the higher taxes as they've always done, or that healthcare will be drastically cheaper than it ever has been, or that taxation on wall street won't effect the volume of trades).

You could cut the military entirely and tax the 10% at 90% and still not come up with enough money to fund everything. If you want to avoid more deficit spending, you basically have to go after the middle class too. The obvious indicator of this is how much higher even middle class taxes are in more heavily socialist countries.

Did you know that someone making $118k qualifies as part of the top 10%? There's not as much wealth there as you may think. That could very well be some dude who owns a small shop or whatnot.

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#25 - Haruhi (02/06/2016) [-]
his plans won't mean anything. Taxes will be raised to obscene levels in order to compensate for the cost. Mind you, the US is already over a dozen trillion dollars in debt. The USA simply can't afford what he is proposing.
#52 - anon (02/07/2016) [-]
>trying to use national debt as means to talk about arbitrary spending

You have been spoonfed talking points.
#47 - ygdosst (02/07/2016) [-]
Long term thinking, baby.
A better educated populus can help pull more GDP per capita with skilled work over unskilled work.
The current Blood and Oil plan going on in the Middle East isn't anything that's going to be stable long term, nor is any of that actually reaching the deficit.
Shillary will just maintain that status quo.

And What's Trump going to do to fix it? We don't have the money for the fucking Wall of China either, there's no fucking way mexico would pay for it, and furthermore how's that going to make us money?
At least money made off of illegals is taxed at the corporate income level. It would at most INCREASE the amount of untaxed drug money pouring out to mexican cartels, as cutting supply increases demand and therefor price.
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#137 - sgtmajjohnson (02/07/2016) [-]
The recent conflicts in the Middle East are not the model of the American economy, so I don't know what you're even going for there. I feel like you just wanted to mention them as something else you dislike.
The Tax Foundation's predictions for Sanders tax policies include a nearly 10% deadweight loss of GDP and nearly 13% lower per capita income after taxes. GDP per capita will absolutely not increase anytime soon.
Trump's wall, while making no goddamn sense whatsoever, is not meant to generate income nor is it even a part of Trump's budget plan, so it's irrelevant here. You're again just trying to force things you don't like into the argument.
Supply and demand doesn't necessarily work that way. The only way an increase in prices equates to a guaranteed higher profit is if output is held constant or increased, while no other costs are incurred.
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#26 - blergle (02/07/2016) [-]
This is true, however he only suggest raising taxes on the top 5-10% of Americans. I'm not sure you understand just how much wealth has been accumulated at the top. Raising their tax rates would be sufficient.
#305 - Abortedwafflez (02/07/2016) [-]
The top already get taxed pretty heavy though. Taxing them wouldn't really solve anything, it just wouldn't bring in anything. And I find it odd people suggest that even though this is a country built on economic success, we want to keep people with economic success down. And as of right now, the top percent pay more in taxes overall than lower income citizens. And the lower class pays back relatively nothing in taxes compared to higher income citizens. Although, the middle class represents most citizens and accounts for a majority (compared to the other classes in this chart). But even then, the top 10% are paying for more than 53.3% of taxes of all people.
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#129 - sgtmajjohnson (02/07/2016) [-]
I'm sorry, but it wouldn't at all.
"On a static basis, the plan would lead to 10.56 percent lower after-tax income for all taxpayers and 17.91 percent lower after-tax income for the top 1 percent. When accounting for reduced GDP, after-tax incomes of all taxpayers would fall by at least 12.84 percent."
-The tax foundations analysis for Sanders' policies. It's not just the 1% who get hit.
There's also this gem
"According to the Tax Foundation’s Taxes and Growth Model, the plan would significantly increase marginal tax rates and the cost of capital, which would lead to 9.5 percent lower GDP over the long term."
That means a deadweight loss of nearly 10% of our GDP. His plans would be completely terrible for economic growth. Whether you value equity over growth is another consideration, but it's quite likely that this makes everyone worse off.
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#326 - sgtmajjohnson (02/07/2016) [-]
4 people thumbing down straight numbers from an accredited think tank because it disagrees with their viewpoints. And people say the /pol/ tards are the ones with a circle jerk. Do you really think we're going to get nearly $2 trillion per year in new tax revenue by taxing only the 1%, or are you supporting him because he's the free shit guy?
#51 - There are people that are younger than 25 and completely bald.… 02/05/2016 on Haram +2

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