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Also about run and company+216Homeless people are actually a bit like a business man. He advertises his donation box with a catchy sign, or maybe sing a song etc. something to grab everyone's attention. He has competition with other homeless people. He has company alliances, with his friends. This homeless person could very well run a business better then a CEO, he knows that money is important, and not to abuse it. amirite?
Also about run-79The trick to running a marathon is to run super fast so you don't have to run as long, amirite?
Also by unknowncondition+53a statistic for something that hasn't happened yet seems strange, amirite?
Also about run+51Most major candidates run for president while currently holding another office. In essence the candidate currently helps the country run. However, the candidate stops all work in order to campaign and tell you how poorly the country is being run, even though he/she helps run it.The candidate than asks for your vote because of what a great job they did running the country, you know, in the job that they are currently not doing. Politicians survive on their own lies and negligence, amirite?
Also by unknowncondition+58we should preserve and permit large areas of land for human habitat protection the same way we do for animals, amirite? More
Also about company and profit+398When a company can put a $100 dollar item on sale for $15 and still make a profit, you know they're ripping you off. amirite?
Also about run+59The only reason grocery stores run out of essential items is because people are afraid that grocery stores will run out of essential items. amirite?
Also about company-58An advertiser is just as guilty as the product maker...my case in point...the advertisement i just saw for a class action lawsuit against a pill pusher pharmaceutical company...the advertisers probably made money off of the original ad for the pills( that cause cancer btw) then made money for the ad for the lawsuit agaisnt the company, amirite? More