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 Why does Wikipedia react so negatively to help?

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Did stock markets react negatively because of Obama's plans to curb the activities of big banks?

I am sure it did, but the bankers must be forced to take responsibility.Despite the buy outs, many of them continued paying their Executives high salaries as well as outrageous bonuses. And , what ... Read More »
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How would a criminal profiler react to being told a suspected serial killer is a Wikipedia admin?

I think the profiler would be very surprised - most serial killers are far more ethical, well-mannered, considerate, and self-respecting than the typical Wikipedia admin. Admittedly, that's not say... Read More »
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Why is it bad to talk about your family negatively to others?

You may not mean to, but it lowers your thought about them on the inside. When you talk about someone, your level lowers, and you catch yourself doing things about it like ignoring them, or making ... Read More »
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Who has been negatively affected by the spill?

If you have a 10% blood alcohol content level, there'll be no need to charge you - you'll be dead. .08% is a DUI under federal law. States, however, are free to impose stricter laws than that, and... Read More »
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