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    We already paid taxes on income. Our current...

    We already paid taxes on income. Our current investments grow during our retirements. We are leaving our assets to charities. Why do the losers claim even more? They didn't earn it.
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    The arbitration decision rejected most of the...

    The arbitration decision rejected most of the sensationalized charges. It did accept, almost grudgingly, three violations. None involved doing anything illegal with his athletes. For what it's worth,...
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    Are you implying that these are new revelations?...

    Are you implying that these are new revelations? The story is from October 1. Everything quoted was addressed in the arbitration.
  4. David G's hearing was immediately after the...

    David G's hearing was immediately after the closing session. Since the Board's vindictive suspension was not public, I assume we will not see his reinstatement. I hope PVP or Halfmiler2 can enlighten...
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    I read the Salazar arbitration. I did not see ...

    I read the Salazar arbitration. I did not see



    Did you?
  6. Thread: Raaf

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    I'm right side dominant, so if I "long" jumped, I...

    I'm right side dominant, so if I "long" jumped, I would take off on my right foot. I noticed though, that if I was backpacking and jumping to a rock in a stream, I would take off on my left leg. I...
  7. On a totally unrelated subject, it was announced...

    On a totally unrelated subject, it was announced in a committee meeting that the Board recently suspended David Greifinger on a bogus charge of passing classified information to a client (not Vin).
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    Who could have possibly seen this coming? A...

    Who could have possibly seen this coming?

    A North Carolina woman died when the cigarette she was smoking ignited her oxygen tank:

    https://apnews.com/8d241d6fcc4d683665038f14ab2d90aa
  9. I remember your post, and very much appreciated...

    I remember your post, and very much appreciated it. The coup was done behind closed doors, and the Board instructed everyone that they could not disclose what happened in executive session. Once the...
  10. CAS decisions may be appealed to the Swiss...

    CAS decisions may be appealed to the Swiss Supreme Court. The appeal has to be based on either a violation of Swiss law, or CAS failing to follow their own procedures. With David Greifinger...
  11. Great! I spoke to Vin and PVP the last couple of...

    Great!
    I spoke to Vin and PVP the last couple of days, offering to stir things up in the general meetings. Glad that will not be necessary.
    Justice at last.
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    The result is that the U.S. leads the world in...

    The result is that the U.S. leads the world in charitable donations as a percentage of GDP, almost double second place. That is bad because ... what?
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    Berkshire Hathaway has not paid a dividend in 52...

    Berkshire Hathaway has not paid a dividend in 52 years. Buffett's long-term capital gains rate is 20%, well above the effective tax rate for $100,000 income.
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    Your post seems to confuse assets with income....

    Your post seems to confuse assets with income. Further, so-called tax breaks or so-called loopholes, are intentional, for the greater good. Tax breaks for charity contributions are good. They...
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    Does anyone disagree that Wilt was the GOAT of...

    Does anyone disagree that Wilt was the GOAT of dual or triunal sport athletes?
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    Not all NCAA tournament games. Only can be waived...

    Not all NCAA tournament games. Only can be waived for the Championship series. The Rulebook has
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    You may be correct that it was only a rumor, but...

    You may be correct that it was only a rumor, but the article I linked is from 1985, and was written by Julie Cart, who was well respected, at least in SoCal, for her articles about our sport.
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    That is correct, but as noted in the linked story...

    That is correct, but as noted in the linked story there was a lot of speculation that blood doping (blood boosting) reintroduced the steroids. Also, according to the article, blood doping was not...
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    When you guys sort that out, can someone explain...

    When you guys sort that out, can someone explain how Ben Plucknett's 72.34m that was negated by IAAF due to a prior drug test failure, and not listed as a valid mark anywhere in their stats, be the...
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    Doesn't it refer to Martti Vainio's dq?...

    Doesn't it refer to Martti Vainio's dq?
    https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-1985-07-28-ss-5814-story.html
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    Simul-rappelling for Gobright Much better...

    Simul-rappelling for Gobright

    Much better article than CNN's:
    https://www.outsideonline.com/2406215/brad-gobright-climber-dies
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    Since this is behind a paywall, I don't how NYT...

    Since this is behind a paywall, I don't how NYT spun this, but the couple have been trying to sell this farm for over five years, and nobody wants it.
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    That's only true if one focuses on the finances...

    That's only true if one focuses on the finances of running an inefficient operation.

    Buried in the article:


    Many millions of people should be thankful for that, and, as evidenced by the...
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    Great idea. I have been pulling data from plain...

    Great idea. I have been pulling data from plain text (as in this thread), tables in web pages (Excel has a nice tool), PDFs in web pages, OCR of scans posted as PDFs, and OCR of photos on my phone. I...
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    El Toro, I agree completely. One of my coworkers...

    El Toro, I agree completely. One of my coworkers was very skilled in pivot tables, and I did a few. They are very powerful, but I would say non-intuitive. That made them difficult to explain to the...
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