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I hope Michael Nystrom gets rid of this:

http://www.dailypaul.com/amazon

We need to organize our wallet power folks.

This is not cool at all..

http://www.dailypaul.com/272340/amazoncom-donates-30000-in-g...

my2cents..

P.S.

I understand that the DP is a privately owned website and I am happy that it is.

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SteveMT's picture

Give my regards to Tina Turner.

Jan 25, 2013 12:26pm
Tina Turner to Become Swiss Citizen
http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/entertainment/2013/01/tina-turne...

Get some Swiss awake to Ron Paul and the DP. We need some bread; Swiss francs are still the worlds best currency. They should be easier to get through to than the sheeple over here.

If I see her I will tell her you said hi.. :)

"Get some Swiss awake to Ron Paul and the DP. We need some bread; Swiss francs are still the worlds best currency. They should be easier to get through to than the sheeple over here."

To be honest with you, I don't see myself getting in to many political discussions as I am a guest in this country. The Swiss are highly organized and have a beautiful country to show for years and years of dedication to it.

Before I even think about even giving my political opinions, I will be more interested in learning their language, traditions and figuring out how they have their country organized.

BTW.. the food is great and there is much to chose from. :)

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Michael Nystrom's picture

Thanks man I appreciate the response

Switzerland! Wow! That will be a big change. I've been there once, though I didn't spend much time there.

Please, if you'd like to make a meaningful contribution, please keep us updated on what you see / how things are there. We have another friend here at the DP who is going to be moving to China soon.

I have traveled extensively throughout the world, and there is nothing more educational than travel abroad. And living abroad! I lived in Japan for about two years, and Taiwan for about two years. Having that contrast allows you to see your own country more clearly.

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The thing about Amazon is that it is ubiquitous. Is anyone going to go through the hassle of signing up for an account from B&N to buy a book? I did look into it before, and tried being a customer for a while. The prices are higher, and the service not as good. There is a reason that Amazon is the market leader.

But it brings an interesting ethical point: How far does one go. Anyway, we all do our best. Thank you for understanding.

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Anyway, your observations on Switzerland would be an awesome contribution to the community. But I look forward to the silver, too ;-) The girl who's moving to China sent a beautiful 1oz round from Somalia. I need to take a picture of it and put it up.

Thank you again.
Michael

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You got it.

"Please, if you'd like to make a meaningful contribution, please keep us updated on what you see / how things are there."

Once I settle down and get my life organized, I will try to share my views about Switzerland. All I can say at this time is that the Swiss people I have met are very polite and welcoming.

"Is anyone going to go through the hassle of signing up for an account from B&N to buy a book? I did look into it before, and tried being a customer for a while. "

Take a second look, they seem to have changed that:

"New Customers and Guests

You do not need to create an account to place an order. Click "Begin Checkout" to continue.

To make future purchases even faster, you will have the option of creating an account during checkout."

"But I look forward to the silver, too ;-)"

My word is important to me, and only I can chose to make it worthless.

You can count on the silver along with a postcard from Switzerland.

Thank you for all your hard work, I can imagine it is not an easy job.

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I try to change people every day. Do You?