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ǝʞɐʇsıWɟOǝpɐW 2 Aug 18
Replying to @juliagalef
Ever since I learned the concept of arbitrage I've dreamed of using it in real life. Finally, my big shot!
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Nick L. Theodorou 2 Aug 18
Replying to @juliagalef
Is this a subtle jab at poor people that take the bus? :-p
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Mike Closs 2 Aug 18
Replying to @juliagalef
If you did it enough times you could use the profits to end poverty. 🙄🙄
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Corlindale 2 Aug 18
Replying to @juliagalef
The way to execute the arbitrage (from a social point of view) is to tighten travel safety rules and relax environmental standards.
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Tim Ripley 2 Aug 18
It depends on their age; you could buy young ones and cellar them for a few years
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Rob Miles 3 Aug 18
Replying to @juliagalef
Can this be interpreted as showing that saving lives by transportation interventions is more effective per dollar than food and drug interventions, which are in turn more effective than environmental interventions?
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Grumplebunny 3 Aug 18
Replying to @juliagalef
Not all lives have the same value anyway.
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Steve Joffe 3 Aug 18
Something tells me the EPA is selling human life at a significant discount during the current administration.
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Dan Kuck-Alvarez 3 Aug 18
Replying to @juliagalef
No wonder the executive branch cages the free humans at the border
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OpenCures 3 Aug 18
Replying to @juliagalef
what about the DOJ and SEC?
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