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And, perhaps most importantly, any data you collect with said software is yours, not someone else’s.
We are now at a time where we see people like Bernie Sanders getting arena’s packed just to hear him speak. This is great that his often non-partisan ideas get so much attention, but what does Bernie say over and over again? Does he say, “thank you for your help and I will take it from here”? No. He often says “it is not about Bernie (speaking in the third person), it is about you”. It has always been about you. It has always been up to you. It has always taken you to get the results you want. The question we need to ask though, once we obtain the desired progress, what do we plan to do to keep it?
This is arguably the principal reason why every time a crash happens, people tend to run around like chickens with their heads cut off. A huge problem embedded within the concept of Capitalism is that no matter what happens, nobody learns the lessons of the past and history continues to repeat itself.
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