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Old Mar 2nd 2010, 04:21 PM
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One man's garbage, another man's treasure...
Just for the record, the vast majority of US national debt is held by Americans.

The Chinese hold just under 20% while Japan has about 5%. At least 50% of the US national debt is held by Americans.

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We need some teabaggers or something around here. Spice things up a bit.
Supply comedy you mean?

Don't we already have enough of a bad opinion of American public education?
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We need some teabaggers or something around here. Spice things up a bit.
That made me dizzy. It happens when I read general public opinions.
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Old Mar 7th 2010, 09:24 AM
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Note: I just moved the whole discussion about national debts, trade and currency to its own thread in the Economics section.
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Old Oct 20th 2010, 04:05 AM
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i'd be happy if some one writes about twitter evolution
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Old Oct 20th 2010, 07:47 AM
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I'd be happy to see twitter evolve into extinction.
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Old Oct 20th 2010, 07:08 PM
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i'd be happy if some one writes about twitter evolution
It will probably follow the same trajectory as the Facebook evolution:

(1) New and cool
(2) Growing and getting cooler
(3) Huge and ubiquitous
(4) Passe and fending off upstarts
(5) Forgotten
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ohh my..im addicted to facebook games. Its really a time waste but i enjoyed it a lot. right now im playing treasure isle..
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Yes, an interesting tidbit that says several different things.

1. Game companies should take note. Classic arcade style game are massively popular and are generally ignored by gaming companies (who all cater to the same adrenalin-pumping first person shooter games popular with 13-34 males).

2. Facebook is a really big tent but not likely to stay that way for long.

3. Facebook's success appears to be predicated upon lots of bored people with massive amounts of liesure time available to play inane and simple games.

4. If silly and innane games are a big part of Facebook success, then I wouldn't bet on Facebook being around for long.
I think Facebook is excellent, and believe it is here to stay, fortunately. And I've thought so since I got my Facebook account, which was before this thread was created.
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