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July 12, 2011 – Comments (5)

Concentric Contraction....The theory developed by the Institute of Alstrynomics begins....

Those professional athletes make a lot of money....if you cut their will DRAMATICALLY CUT THE TAXES THEY PAY.....

When money is freedom...who gets freedom when government can simply print it out of thin air,,,,,

Minnesota Shutdown Stirs Debate Over Who Gets Paid

Now the mainstream is asking the question Alstry has been asking for years.......

Soon it will be a

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#1) On July 12, 2011 at 12:22 PM, buffalonate (60.62) wrote:

Udderworld is for circus freaks and conpiracy theorists. 

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#2) On July 12, 2011 at 12:36 PM, StoneyTerp12 (29.40) wrote:

Cutting the salaries of the players would decrease the taxes they pay, but in turn would increase the owner's income and increase the taxes the owners pay.  Presumably both parties are in the highest income tax bracket, and hence it would be a zero sum game.  Rest assured, the taxman would still get his share.

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#3) On July 12, 2011 at 12:58 PM, alstry (< 20) wrote:

It is NOT a zero/sum equation. 

The owners are losing money for the most part.....and reducing salaries will simply reduce losses for the owners but not increase taxes on a NET basis....

At this point America is shutting down confirming Alstrynomics Theory of Concentric Contraction....and we are still in the early stages.....kiss 10,000 tech jobs goodbye was more and more jobs are evaporating into the cloud.


Cisco Said to Be Cutting as Many as 10,000 Jobs

And millions of banking jobs as the current model of a bank will be obsolete in a Cloud Based World.

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#4) On July 12, 2011 at 1:13 PM, StoneyTerp12 (29.40) wrote:

NFL owners are not losing money.  If they were, their franchises wouldn't be worth hundreds of millions of dollars.  These owners are rich businessmen.  They didn't get rich, and dont get richer, by losing money.

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#5) On July 12, 2011 at 1:15 PM, alstry (< 20) wrote:

Sure they would...they are trophies for their owners.....just like wives or husbands.

Very few professional sports franchises provide any kind of real return on investment.

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