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rickcolosimo
COO for women's health medical companies. Independent director on boards mediating among founders and investors. I simplify complexity and make decisions.
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Ankush Dharkar Feb 17
Can't believe how long it took to give us this beloved feature
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rickcolosimo Feb 16
Replying to @inhouseblog
Actual good lawyers can't put even bad lawyers out of business, so my verdict is "clickbait."
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rickcolosimo Feb 16
In today's installment of "we don't really know how to use words," we present: "At twenty eight days February is one of the shortest months of the year."
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rickcolosimo Feb 13
Replying to @borrfdad @davidminpdx
Evidence is completely separate from seizure. I have no problem (under non-abusive rule of law) with the state subpoenaing evidence from the accused. It gets returned after trial (in general). Criminal forfeiture might then happen for certain crimes or tighter categories.
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rickcolosimo Feb 13
I support . Inequality since the Civil Rights era has not improved as much as it should have, and ultimately wrong-headed policies are to blame. I support politicians who can admit to learning.
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rickcolosimo Feb 13
Today's entry in burying the lede: "If COGS increases, net income will decrease. While this movement is beneficial for income tax purposes, the business will have less profit for its shareholders."
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rickcolosimo Feb 13
Replying to @rickcolosimo
And "motive" definitely transforms certain otherwise legal acts into crimes: we just call it INTENT. It's what separates bumping into someone (an accident) from battery (a crime)!
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rickcolosimo Feb 13
WSJ op-ed catastrophizing: "If an official’s motives can transform lawful actions into crimes, ...." Lawful actions as part of a conspiracy are predicate acts and can get you convicted of conspiracy.
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Allegheny College Feb 13
The Allegheny Gateway supports students as they explore their interests — and then turn those interests into experience through internships, study away, civic engagement, research, and more. Get started with the Gateway:
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rickcolosimo Feb 13
This makes complete sense to me and why I think BTC(r) is not worth infinity $$$: BTC' and then BTC'' and so on should line up right behind it to make more tokens available to the market. It's not perfectly expandable, but it's easily repeatable, like splintering an MMORPG.
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Virginia Hughes Feb 13
RIP Opportunity, The Mars Rover That Lasted Beyond NASA’s Wildest Expectations. Obit by :
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Canting Tribe Feb 12
Working our way toward v2.0.0! These changes will make it possible for lots more companies to join the tribe.
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Blockdaemon Feb 11
Mon. March 4th, come meet & mingle w/ fellow builders @ Loft in SoHo. Hear from amazing speakers incl. our CEO, on how easy it is to launch a Stellar node w/ Blockdaemon & tech challenges we solved to make it as easy as possible:
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rickcolosimo Feb 5
Replying to @borrfdad @davidminpdx
There's a difference between not liking the remedy and not liking the crime. For example, we wouldn't apply this remedy to speeding, but some jurisdictions would like to apply it to DUI. On the civil side, it's most commonly used in crimes that involve cash bc, well, CASH.
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rickcolosimo Feb 5
Replying to @borrfdad @davidminpdx
So, a short hypothetical: if someone defrauds people for thousands of $$$, the state shouldn't be able, in our name, to take those funds from the criminal to disburse them to victims? What if all the victims can't be identified? Should we allow the criminal to keep the rest?
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rickcolosimo Feb 5
Replying to @davidminpdx
We don't have a problem with forfeitures AFTER conviction. It's chasing after civil forfeitures that they're not supposed to be doing.... Knucklehead.
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Autism Speaks Feb 4
Want to learn how to better autism advocate? We have a tool kit for that
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rickcolosimo Feb 4
And comports with other federal laws, like and attorney-client privilege.
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rickcolosimo Feb 3
Replying to @ConLawWarrior
Well, if I ever hit the federal bench, I’ll be suggesting that Wickard be overruled under the 9th Amendment. But that only moves us back to the states. Abortion, drugs, alcohol, tort reform - lots of issues have a varied reception across the states.
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rickcolosimo Feb 3
Finally! I had to look up the individual donor limits before picking a number. I'm in.
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