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Tuesday, October 12, 2010


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Thank you; it's a huge relief to know that the ctindoion was caught before it could progress.@Chuck I figured since I wrote about the beginning in 2007 I should write about the finish as well.@WeaselMomma We're very happy too!@Liz It is good news. Glad you dropped by!@Melisa again, I have my wife to thank for being determined and using technology to capture the event and prove it for all to see. We're also fortunate that he had two of those little seizures during the first EEG, so the doc could see it's unmistakable.


The fundamental basis for imripvong overall wealth through trade mutual self interest works well for anyone with a stake in the game for water.What doesn't work is that the entire market of, what, 60-80 withdrawn water, remains in the hands of a hereditary aristocracy, controlled by about 0.13 percent of the population.That tends to create tensions by those who depend on the water holder, when say, a rural aristocrat wants to sell his or her water right (because it affects their related business interests and property values, without any personal gain).It also creates tensions when say, an urban aristocrat wants to buy and retire water rights (for similar reasons).I guess it breaks down to the resentment of the envious (doesn't work) of the greedy (works), or sour grapes at not getting to play in this game of marbles, or the tension of efficiency (works) against inequity (doesn't work).


"When a single [network] has the exclusive rights to extremely high-demand product, the laws of monopoly come into play."

Doctor, heal thyself


Very good post. You seem to hit the nail right on the head.
Sadly, I wish your own company, Insight, would remember that it's "all about consumers". Unfortunately, it seems Insight feels it's "all about money" as they continue to empty promises and turn a deaf ear to their subscribers needs.

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