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When I respond, or seek responses, I think of the Internet Republic and the people [[whump]] and the places who have made our water world Eden brave and free and fair. Permitted, required, and impossible. Stand alone or stand with, whose choice to what degree [[Thn/]] O[[thn/]]ne water world Eden under "We the people" – created by whom?

“Always watching”(sm) “Always listening”(sm) “Always”(sm) clothing advertising campaign – Screen shot 2012 – 10 – 15 at 19.18.25

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Buy Walmart. Buy Goldman Sachs.

“If you think a company could be run better, buy it,” one Goldman Sachs partner was quoted as saying years ago, so…

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re: 1. What do you want to do? 2.What do you want to do that who will not let you do?

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re: 1. What do you want to do? 2.What do you want to do that who will not let you do?

Two kinds of problems:

When the only barrier to success is your own organizational skills

1. What do you want to do?
2. What do you want who to do so you can do what you want to do?

When the barrier to success includes whom prohibiting you from doing what you think you have the right to do.

1. What do you want to do that who will not let you do?
2. Why do you think you have the right to do it?
3. What do you want who to do so you can do what who will not let you do?


“Respond and seek responses,”

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Once, pimps routinely advertised Alissa on Backpage.com. She escaped, and now she is a college senior.
By NICHOLAS D. KRISTOF
Published: March 17, 2012
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I WENT on a walk in Manhattan the other day with a young woman who once had to work these streets, hired out by eight pimps while she was just 16 and 17. She pointed out a McDonald’s where pimps sit while monitoring the girls outside, and a building where she had repeatedly been ordered online as if she were a pizza.
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Alissa, her street name, escaped that life and is now a 24-year-old college senior planning to become a lawyer — but she will always have a scar on her cheek where a pimp gouged her with a potato peeler as a warning not to escape. “Like cattle owners brand their cattle,” she said, fingering her cheek, “he wanted to brand me in a way that I would never forget.”

After Alissa testified against her pimps, six of them went to prison for up to 25 years. Yet these days, she reserves her greatest anger not at pimps but at companies that enable them. She is particularly scathing about Backpage.com, a classified advertising Web site that is used to sell auto parts, furniture, boats — and girls. Alissa says pimps routinely peddled her on Backpage.

“You can’t buy a child at Wal-Mart, can you?” she asked me. “No, but you can go to Backpage and buy me on Backpage.”

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