Re: TESLA MOTORS ABOUT TO GO BANKRUPT!
- If companies operated in a truly free market, the perverse incentives for quantity over
qualify would dissipate.
-- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Don Gibbs" <dongibbs@...> wrote:
>we can't do without them. Maybe some of Teddy Roosevelt's "Trust Busting" is in order
> Hi Michael,
> I strongly agree with your comment about letting some of these companies get so large
>request for specific citations on Cossacks. Information about them is widely available.
> Best Regards,
> Don Gibbs
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Michael Riversong Education
> To: email@example.com
> Sent: Saturday, December 27, 2008 7:15 PM
> Subject: Re: [usa-tesla] TESLA MOTORS ABOUT TO GO BANKRUPT!
> Right now i'm working on some specific projects and am reluctant to fulfill your
>Then sometimes, when there wasn't enough to do, they would go off on their own and
> Cossacks were sometimes used by the Russian government, especially against Jews.
pillage small towns. That's the danger inherent in any government cultivating a part-time,
extra-legal force unit. There were several cycles of interactions between mainstream
Russia and the Cossacks. You are correct in that Stalin put the final death blow to this
group -- one of his few socially positive achievements.
>government did not make much use of them.
> We had a comparable group in this country in the 1800s, but fortunately our
>bailing out some of these banks and insurance companies. Actually part of the problem is
> As for bailouts, i'm reasonably certain that the US government is making a mistake in
letting them get so critically large in the first place, especially in the case of AIG. Antitrust
laws were put in place to protect us from these types of events. Several of these
companies should be investigated in terms of possible charter revocation.
> Better get back to work now.
> -----Original Message-----
> >From: Reese <reeza@...>
> >Sent: Dec 22, 2008 11:11 AM
> >To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> >Subject: Re: [usa-tesla] TESLA MOTORS ABOUT TO GO BANKRUPT!
> >Okay, this is a bit over the top, so I must respond.
> >Michael Riversong Education wrote:
> >> Just as psychopathic Cossacks...
> >This is off topic, but do you have a cite? Psychopathic Cossacks?
> >Did you mean those people who refused to abandon their nomadic
> >lifestyle and live in cities, work in factories, for pittances?
> >> ...had to be disbanded by the Russian government,...
> >I believe this occurred under Stalin, which would make it the Soviet
> >government, not the Russian government. I invite correction should
> >such be necessary.
> >>... GM will have to be dismantled for many of the same reasons.
> >> It is a parasite on planetary society.
> >Do you feel the same way about the Wall Street bailouts? If not,
> >why not?
> -- Michael Riversong
> Professional Teacher & Harpist
> Cheyenne, Wyoming
> If companies operated in a truly free market, the perverse incentives for-------------^quality?
> quantity over qualify would dissipate.
perhaps the world is better served by many cheapbutfunctional
cars (or cellphones or...) than by a few unaffordable
perhaps 'quality' has other dimensions than cost...