Message from Excelsior in The Right Server #voice_chat

2017-10-11 21:31:46 UTC  

dont ever talk to me again

2017-10-11 21:31:47 UTC  

ill be ur best friend hot dog

2017-10-11 21:31:51 UTC  


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Come back

2017-10-11 21:31:59 UTC  

answer question

2017-10-11 21:32:01 UTC  

and ill decide

2017-10-11 21:32:06 UTC  

Whenever u want

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2017-10-11 21:32:18 UTC  

right now

2017-10-11 21:32:24 UTC  

@wheresthespagheti why would she date a black like u

2017-10-11 21:32:29 UTC  

bcus i am not black

2017-10-11 21:33:07 UTC  

u r just jealous because u dont have a hot gf like i do

2017-10-11 21:34:10 UTC  

@Maddy rgihht hot dog

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2017-10-11 21:41:38 UTC  

what did spaghetti do this time

2017-10-11 21:41:54 UTC  

i got a gril

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Pareito Distribution is a fact of life

2017-10-11 21:52:14 UTC  

Deal with it

2017-10-11 21:53:31 UTC  

@wheresthespagheti am I forgiven

2017-10-11 21:53:55 UTC  

It's why the rich are so rich

2017-10-11 21:54:19 UTC  

Financial services (banking, insurance, investment, etc.) have become a key industry in developed economies, in which it represents a sizeable share of the GDP and an important source of employment. Those activities have also played a key role in facilitating economic globalization. In the wake of the 2007-2010 financial crisis, a number of economists and others began to argue that financial services had become too large a sector of the US economy, with no real benefit to society accruing from the activities of increased financialization. Some, such as former International Monetary Fund chief economist Simon Johnson, went so far as to argue that the increased power and influence of the financial services sector had fundamentally transformed the American polity, endangering representative democracy itself.[8]

In February 2009, white-collar criminologist and former senior financial regulator William K. Black listed the ways in which the financial sector harms the real economy. Black wrote, "The financial sector functions as the sharp canines that the predator state uses to rend the nation. In addition to siphoning off capital for its own benefit, the finance sector misallocates the remaining capital in ways that harm the real economy in order to reward already-rich financial elites harming the nation."[9]

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That's not anime....

2017-10-11 21:57:37 UTC  

yes it is

2017-10-11 21:57:42 UTC  

nice movie

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I like the colours

2017-10-11 22:00:20 UTC  

The islands have some of the weirdest looking people occupying it

2017-10-11 22:00:26 UTC  

In Scotland

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