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re: Couldn't you support same sex marriages and cite religious reasons? - Joshjrn
I don't even think you believe that self reported nonsense :lol:...
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re: Couldn't you support same sex marriages and cite religious reasons? - Joshjrn
What percentage of self identifying Christians would you say have read every single word of the bible, in whatever order?...
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re: Couldn't you support same sex marriages and cite religious reasons? - Joshjrn
[quote]Why not Dawkins or Darwin? Is it because they don't have the same level of readership[/quote] I would be shocked if more people alive today have read the bible cover to cover than have read Dawkins and Darwin cover to cover. I've read both the bible and the most prominent works of Dawk...
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re: Couldn't you support same sex marriages and cite religious reasons? - Joshjrn
Biblical Jesus was extremely non-judgemental and laid out very simple rules. Biblical Paul was a bit of a prick. ...
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re: Ghost in the Machine..... - Joshjrn
I know this thread is old as dirt, but instead of posting my own: Overpass Merchant in BR just tapped a keg of Ghost today. Just paid $8 for a snifter style glass. Just FYI. ...
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re: Capital One Bank IRA - Joshjrn
[quote]It's all relative. I know of several funds that would have charged that much and smoked vanguard and fidelity funds over the past 16 years.[/quote] You can pay 5% upfront to chase past returns. I'm not. ...
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re: Capital One Bank IRA - Joshjrn
[quote]Oh geez, in before Vanguard[/quote] You can in before Vanguard, or you can just suggest he set up an IRA with Vanguard, because those fees are absurdly high. ...
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re: Bail Bondsman - Joshjrn
[quote]If it's a bail you can afford, and for someone that you can trust - pay in full. You'll never get the 10% back when the charges are cleared, but you'll get the 100% back (minus court fees) if you pay in full.[/quote] Generally 12% in Baton Rouge, but I agree. ...
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re: Bail Bondsman - Joshjrn
Your question is rather vague. What, exactly, do you want to know? ...
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re: Company 401K - Joshjrn
No. That fund is fully diversified. Anything you do will likely make your portfolio less diverse. ...
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re: Gumbo Z'herbes (pictorial) - Joshjrn
I've never had anything like this. How would you describe the flavor? ...
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re: I Don't Like Fancy Restaurants - Joshjrn
I know I'm piling on at this point, but it has always blown my mind people have it in their head that jeans and a jacket are somehow more comfortable than their "dress clothes". Assuming you aren't wearing a tie, which is obviously somewhat constricting, your nice clothes should fit better and be ma...
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re: If you had to pick one stock for the next 18 years. - Joshjrn
I agree with everything you just said. But you didn't answer my question: Can you really not conceive of a single scenario in which one of those companies doesn't exist in fifty years? ...
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re: If you had to pick one stock for the next 18 years. - Joshjrn
[quote]facebook google apple amazon microsoft starbucks nike [/quote] I'm not saying they are "terrible" investments. I'm saying they carry vastly more risk than the market as a whole. Can you really not conceive of a single scenario in which one of those companies doesn't exist in fi...
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re: If you had to pick one stock for the next 18 years. - Joshjrn
Why one stock? Sounds like a tremendous amount of unnecessary risk. ...
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re: Swiss Reject Basic Income - Joshjrn
If you're going down the UBI path, you [i]have[/i] to get rid of every single other program. Period. This is a good article on the subject: http://www.wsj.com/articles/a-guaranteed-income-for-every-american-1464969586?mod=e2fb...
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re: Legalese translation please - Joshjrn
Confirmed. Checks, technically, are "negotiable instruments". In a nutshell, you negotiate one when you sign it and hand it to someone else. ...
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re: Country club hones--going forward - Joshjrn
I meant it more hypothetically as there are currently few options in downtown Baton Rouge, but the new Commerce Building apartments look promising. And I'm not knocking the houses down there. I even appreciate Mr. Town's work, though I don't always love his design language. I just don't want to ...
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re: Country club hones--going forward - Joshjrn
I'm be curious to know why I have seven downvotes and precisely zero rebuttals :lol:...
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re: Country club hones--going forward - Joshjrn
[quote]I would think it would be a plus for resale. But looking in the next 20 years, do millennials care about being in a country club. Is the country club model a dying breed?[/quote] Depends on the location. Most of us want to live relatively near city centers. I'd much prefer live in an apart...
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