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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?

License, Registration, and Insurance to operate technology which has significantly potential lethal potential. Also: diversification into at least 50% of whose assets and free cash flows into non-strife related income streams

A Response from Goldman Sachs
From Chairman Lloyd Blankfein

NEW YORK (The Borowitz Report) – The following letter to Goldman Sachs’ worldwide clients was issued today by Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein:

Dear Goldman Client:

By now, many of you have probably read the regrettable resignation letter published in today’s New York Times by former Goldman executive Greg Smith, explaining why he is leaving the firm after twelve years.

In the letter, in which he excoriates Goldman and its practices, Mr. Smith comes across as a man of conscience, ideals, and high moral standards. And as you read his words, you no doubt asked yourself this troubling question: how could Goldman have hired such a person?

At Goldman, we pride ourselves on our ability to scour the world’s universities and business schools for the finest sociopaths money will buy.

===========NH:
xref: “Good cops test other cops and work to recruit…” xref: “Wear the badge, feel the honor” and “Stand in the center of attention” recruiting slogans used by US Capitol police. On the other hand – “If you see anyone urinating on Capitol Hill, let us know,” was the USCP response vs. “I didn’t see it,” response from the US Supreme Court police. Then yet again, “So now I need to make another call,” was a form of repentance [thn/] by the USSC police when who pointed out, “You can call the DC Metropolitan Police, or I can if you want,” was the choice who should have offered rather than placing the burden on me when it’s they who are paid $30,000 a year while it’s my own personal time. Plus the assumption I had a way to make a call.

“Stay on the side walk,” US Secret Service role modeling they know how to give an order now. Good. Using newspaper to wipe shit on the White House side walk – whose protest over the refusal of the US government to keep the Lafayette Park bathrooms [thn/] open – 27 years ago. Then whose recent complaint two months ago there was no water in the Lafayette Park bathroom – and getting another one of these “You can…” responses instead of “Thank you, I’ll let the chain of command know. Cleanliness is 1/2 of faith. Public Health and safety is my duty,” So, now that the there IS water in the Lafayette Park bathroom, who should get some credit, but shouldn’t need to urinate on the side walk to do so.

But then perhaps it’s more likely not related to that, and more about territoriality, tribal insticts of so many young people being hired all at once – “for pensions reasons”. And a federal police country club which has replaced the government for, by and of the people, we the people, many people atmosphere we used to have around here. So much so you could go out at midnight and feel it was you, your God and your government.

xref: the need for cross training and insurance so “force” no longer has a monopoly on whose income stream, or whose remedy to mental illness arising from whom so unable to educate or govern.

So, does Sachs, Goldman have malpractice insurance? Instead of “Too big to fail” should it be, “Too well insurred to fail?”

License, Registration, and Insurance to operate technology which has significantly potential lethal potential. Also: diversification into at least 50% of whose assets and free cash flows into non-strife related income streams

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LA Times news environment – notice story on urination. Also xref: “I cannot tell a lie,”

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LA Times news environment – notice story on urination. Also xref: “I cannot tell a lie,”

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