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Znao sam ko će prvi da se javi :D 

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Cekajuci farmaceutski trickle down effect


One-shot cures for diseases are not great for business—more specifically, they’re bad for longterm profits—Goldman Sachs analysts noted in an April 10 report for biotech clients, first reported by CNBC.

The investment banks’ report, titled “The Genome Revolution,” asks clients the touchy question: “Is curing patients a sustainable business model?” The answer may be “no,” according to follow-up information provided.



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Things that happen in Silicon Valley and also the Soviet Union

Anton Troynikov‏ @atroyn

Things that happen in Silicon Valley and also the Soviet Union: 

- waiting years to receive a car you ordered, to find that it's of poor workmanship and quality 
- promises of colonizing the solar system while you toil in drudgery day in, day out

- living five adults to a two room apartment 
- being told you are constructing utopia while the system crumbles around you

- 'totally not illegal taxi' taxis by private citizens moonlighting to make ends meet 
- everything slaved to the needs of the military-industrial complex

- mandatory workplace political education 
- productivity largely falsified to satisfy appearance of sponsoring elites

- deviation from mainstream narrative carries heavy social and political consequences 
- networked computers exist but they're really bad

- Henry Kissinger visits sometimes for some reason

- elite power struggles result in massive collateral damage, sometimes purges 
- failures are bizarrely upheld as triumphs

- otherwise extremely intelligent people just turning the crank because it's the only way to get ahead

- the plight of the working class is discussed mainly by people who do no work

- the United States as a whole is depicted as evil by default

- the currency most people are talking about is fake and worthless


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Zato razmena među najvećim azijskim zemljama raste eksponencijalno, u pripremi je najveći trgovinski sporazum ikada - RCEP (TPP minus USA, plus Kina i Indija)...



Globalizacija može i bez Amerike.

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Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos on Wednesday announced a $2 billion philanthropic fund to finance a new network of preschools and contribute to nonprofits assisting homeless families.

Bezos said on Twitter that the schools would be located in underserved communities and would be operated by his new Bezos Day One Fund.

“We’ll use the same set of principles that have driven Amazon,” he said in his statement. “Most important among those will be genuine, intense customer obsession. The child will be the customer.”




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