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Young inventors solve problems, look to cash in | The Columbus Dispatch

There are 6 comments on the Columbus Dispatch story from May 22, 2011, titled Young inventors solve problems, look to cash in | The Columbus Dispatch. In it, Columbus Dispatch reports that:

Sarah Carpenter, 8, a second-grader from Delaware, demonstrates how her Shopping Cart Assistant tracks spending at the grocery story for judge Faye Oney of Columbus.

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Bob

Kennesaw, GA

#1 May 22, 2011
"They are producing valid, marketable ideas that are sellable. It's inspiring."

Capitalism inspires, this is a good thing. These kids will not be staying on their parents health insurance plan until age 28.
Recovery Spring

Galion, OH

#2 May 22, 2011
Bob wrote:
"They are producing valid, marketable ideas that are sellable. It's inspiring."
Capitalism inspires, this is a good thing. These kids will not be staying on their parents health insurance plan until age 28.
Let's hope they held a breakout session for these kids to teach them how they'll be the few actually working, to support the welfare cheats and leeches. Also, give them Republican Party registration paperwork.

Might as well prepare them early for the reality of life in the USA.
Beowulf

Columbus, OH

#3 May 22, 2011
This is a great story....good to see these young people coming up with good ideas......they will truly be the leaders of the future.
columbusengineer

Dublin, OH

#4 May 22, 2011
I think you will find that most scientists and engineers today are Democrats. They know the difference between a computer chip and a potato chip.
Recovery Spring wrote:
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Let's hope they held a breakout session for these kids to teach them how they'll be the few actually working, to support the welfare cheats and leeches. Also, give them Republican Party registration paperwork.
Might as well prepare them early for the reality of life in the USA.
Mike

Nashport, OH

#5 May 22, 2011
columbusengineer wrote:
I think you will find that most scientists and engineers today are Democrats. They know the difference between a computer chip and a potato chip.
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That's probably true of those who spend their careers in locked away in academia. The rest tend to be more evenly split, with a bias toward leaning Democratic.
Personal Responsibility

Dublin, OH

#6 May 23, 2011
Hey Dispatch copy editors...Please check 1st caption....grocery story? What's a grocery story?!!:D

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