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More San Diego Businesses Accepting Bitcoin


Last week, Overstock.com became the first large online retailer to take #Bitcoin as a method of payment. The company's CEO announced via #Twitter that on the first day of taking Bitcoin, it received 840 orders and made $130,000 in Bitcoin sales.
&Rob 2014-01-15  


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#Evacuations for #schools and homes ordered in #4SRanch Area Due To #BrushFire #SanDiego


Mandatory evacuations:
Camino Del Sur area south of Fairbanks Ranch
San Dieguito Road

&Rob 2014-05-13  


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SEGMENT: John Baldessari in "Systems" | Art21 | PBS


“I’m always interested in things that we don’t call art, and I say why not?” asks John Baldessari.
&modernmuse61 2013-11-05  


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Who Will Be Tapped to Succeed Bernanke at the Federal Reserve? Thanks for this hard hitting piece Judy Woodruff. If the Main Stream Media was really doing it's job the question would be when do we end the Fed..the international private bank that prints our money at interest. The Federal Reserve is as Federal as Federal Express. Thomas Jefferson: "If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around them will deprive the people of all property until their children wake up homeless on the continent their Fathers conquered
&Brad 2013-08-01  


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Here we go...setting the stage...
&brad 2013-07-31  


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The #Economics of #Wasteful #Spending : The #Deadweight Loss of #Christmas


If you haven't yet finished buying Christmas gifts for your nieces and nephews and the neighbor across the street, maybe you shouldn't bother. That's right, don't buy them gifts this year -- or ever; it's an economic waste, says University of Minnesota economics professor Joel Waldfogel. Twenty years ago, Waldfogel coined the "deadweight loss of Christmas" theory in a small paper in the American Economic Review. His research, popular with the media this time of year, has gone on to have a life of its own. And Waldfogel followed it up with the 2009 book " #Scroogenomics : Why You Shouldn't Buy Gifts for the Holidays."
&neo 2013-12-25  


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