The Free Thread

Pat494

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One has to be ready for possible negative comments if one is going to try and enlighten the world.
For instance on another forum recently I dared to criticize Trump. One of his more objectionable supporters fired back insults.

That's the beauty of democracy until they storm one's abode.


:p
 

Vasi

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One has to be ready for possible negative comments if one is going to try and enlighten the world.
For instance on another forum recently I dared to criticize Trump. One of his more objectionable supporters fired back insults.

That's the beauty of democracy until they storm one's abode.


:p
Good point. Well, I'll be happy if people share mostly positive thoughts. :)
 

malaguti

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I beg to differ, speaking freely is a right, not a privilege.
You were right the first time signalcalc
It’s relative it’s not a right
We can all argue we have the right to free speech however you wouldn’t be calling your boss a ****** for example.
It’s how you choose to exercise that free speech. It’s all relative
 
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You were right the first time signalcalc
It’s relative it’s not a right
We can all argue we have the right to free speech however you wouldn’t be calling your boss a ****** for example.
It’s how you choose to exercise that free speech. It’s all relative
I would and have done so. It's all done in the name of clarity, so he knows exactly where he stands.
 

Vasi

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If EUR/USD manages to stay above 1.1600, then the bullish trend will resume.
 
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The euro fell against the US dollar on Friday. By the close of US trading, EUR / USD was trading at 1.1553, losing 0.59%. I believe that support is now at 1.1528, Tuesday's low, and resistance is likely at 1.1660, Thursday's high.