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Jan 8, 2013 7:22AM
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All you really needed was the picture of a home town with vacancy signs along it's main street and the caption: "GET A CLUE". Your picks stink, they terminated careers, gave hired-in management raises for doing it and are unit-based pariah who import product and expect impoverished people to buy it. A BEST LEVEL investment is- where you live and helping those around you, not letting some financial terrorist invest it in cancer to our economy, buying assault weapons and acting oblivious to the damage you cause to our nation.
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