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Adam Messinger
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Adam Messinger 16h
Replying to @stevesi
He was right both times. He just doesn’t seem to care.
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Adam Messinger 17h
Replying to @stevesi
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Adam Messinger 18h
Replying to @sayrer @BarackObama
Totally. People think they are protecting something that doesn’t actually exist.
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Adam Messinger Nov 18
Replying to @jack
Between two primes in your life?
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Adam Messinger Nov 17
and , let’s do this in SF too!
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Adam Messinger Nov 17
You are one of 100 people who can directly do something about this. Stop tweeting and start voting.
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Adam Messinger Nov 16
is actually on Twitter (with a protected account). Maybe he can tell us?
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Adam Messinger Nov 16
Replying to @jakedonham
Or even better to be short every day and long every night. I know people don't like to take overnight risk, but this seems like a pretty strong anomaly.
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Adam Messinger Nov 16
Replying to @patio11
Maybe CA should sponsor this as a way of getting better representation in the US Senate. Move to Tulsa, show you've voted, get paid a stipend.
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Adam Messinger Nov 16
Replying to @jakedonham
Right, I see what you mean. It relies upon it the daily price being driven by Buffet's "voting machine" rather than his "weighing machine". The part I don't get is why no one has arb'ed it away. Isn't the obvious arb trade to buy in the PM and sell in the AM?
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Adam Messinger Nov 16
Replying to @jakedonham
I read the claim as: Trading during illiquid periods moves the price more than during liquid periods. Consistently buying during illiquid periods and selling during liquid periods therefore moves the price up. Whether intentional or unintentional, someone seems to be doing this.
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Adam Messinger Nov 16
Replying to @skamille
But to be effective, second line managers need to be able to grok the company strategy and map their team on to that. This often means motivating people to work on stuff they don’t want to work on.
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Adam Messinger Nov 16
Replying to @skamille
One way I see people struggle when they first move into this role is balancing the needs of the company with the needs of their team. First line managers are mostly advocates for their team.
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Adam Messinger Nov 16
Replying to @skamille
They also have enough to people on their team that they can make some slack and take on new work and some variety in their portfolio. This combination means a lot of the matching of talent to task happens here.
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Adam Messinger Nov 16
Replying to @LukeGromen
It pains me to think of this alternate history. Bill Clinton resigns during Lewinsky scandal. Al Gore, now the incumbent, beats Bush. Post 9/11 Gore, uses attack by Saudis to push the green agenda he already had in mind. Thus setting us on the path above.
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Adam Messinger Nov 16
Replying to @wickman
Can you wedge a cig into one of those masks with the little one-way flaps?
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Adam Messinger Nov 16
Replying to @LukeGromen
I always imagine an alternate universe, where instead of going to war in Iraq, we decided to free ourselves of oil and all the geo-political entanglements that come with it. Imagine if we had spent even half of this $6T on solar, wind, and nuclear.
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Alex Roetter Nov 16
Regardless of what side you are on politically, I think we all agree that having a government that more closely represents the will of the people is a good thing, and the point of democracy. Good read by .
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Alec MacGillis Nov 15
Stunning new stat out of Ohio: We already knew that Republicans got 12 of OH's 16 US House seats despite winning only 52% of total congressional vote. But get this: Republicans also managed to hold supermajorities in the Ohio legislature despite LOSING the total state leg vote.
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Adam Messinger Nov 16
This is what happens when one of the candidates also administers the elections. If Kemp had wanted less scrutiny, he should have recused to avoid conflict of interest.
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