Hoosier Hillbilly for President 2016

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“"Always Thinking"”

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When there are people in the world that aren't interested in the most practical way of solving problems but are extremists of the worse kind there is a solution.
*=* Most practical way of solving problems *=*
Like the butterfly’s wing beat that ultimately leads to a hurricane,
seemingly trivial actions can have consequences that reverberate
through generations. With every action, with every day we live, we
create the future. Of course, forces beyond human control also
have influence, but it is how our choices relate to these external
events that determine the outcome.
Mastering the art of problem solving is one important way to ensure
that the future you create is a hopeful one. Analysis helps you
make choices that are consonant with your personal values,
consistent with your ideology, and reflective of the realities imposed
by external forces. Whether you are a businessperson, scientist,
athlete, or accountant, analyzing your choices in a systematic way
will lead to a better life. Of primary importance are the following
lessons:
• Get organized: Clean up your office. Establish a filing system that allows you to find what
you need when you need it. Buy the key books in your field, and make them accessible.
Above all, remember that organization often beats brilliance!
• Be a critical thinker: Dissect your own arguments and those of others. Identify the
premises and the main conclusion of each argument. Make sure the premises are
acceptable, relevant, and adequate to support the conclusions. Finally, search for missing
arguments and for counter arguments.
• Don’t be intimidated by anyone: The key issues surrounding all but the most technical
topics can be understood by any intelligent and sufficiently diligent person. If it matters
enough to you, you’ll be able to figure it out.
• Question authority: Maintain a healthy skepticism of other people’s analysis, and ask
questions until you understand their points. Clearly distinguish facts from value
judgments, and make sure that others do so too. Don’t believe everything you read, even
if it’s written by a well-known authority.
• Don’t confuse what’s countable with what really counts: Many of the most important things
in life can’t be quantified, so don’t focus just on the numbers– they aren’t everything.
• Dig into the numbers: Look for internal contradictions, large differences, obvious trends,
and cognitive dissonance. Compare results to independent sources. Take ratios of
numbers, and make sure they relate in a predictable way

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• Focus on the essential: In creating your analysis, focus on designing consistent
comparisons, developing credible scenarios, and using simple and understandable
models to illustrate the key issues. Avoid complex computer tools unless absolutely
necessary.
• Document, document, document: Documentation creates a trail for you and others to
follow after the analysis is done. It is essential to any intellectual work but is oft neglected.
By making it a priority, you ensure that your intellectual contribution will remain important
and useful for years to come.
• Use the Internet: Rely on the Internet to conduct your research and make your
publications widely available. The old ways of publishing and disseminating data are
rapidly being swept away by the new electronic media, so use these new techniques to
your advantage.
• Remember that others don’t care as much about your work as you do: It’s your
responsibility to know your audience, address their concerns, and explain your work in an
understandable way. Make your figures clear and compelling, your tables well
documented, and your reports so valuable that your colleagues will treasure them for
years (see pages 5 and 6 of this document for more ideas about designing good tables
and graphs).
• Synthesis follows analysis: Combining analysis results from different fields in creative
ways often leads to new insights. Such synthesis is one powerful way to increase your
understanding of the world around you. Don’t underestimate its importance.
Finally, the integrity of your calculations and the clarity of their presentation are both critical to
your analytical success, but even more important is your focus on the issues that really
matter. Too many people expend their effort on topics of only marginal importance. Your time
is your life, so make it count!

::There is a solution::
Eliminate the Opposition!

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I'll be running under the "Logo"
= A REDNECK NEXT =

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I'd vote for ya, Hoosier

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I'll make you Secretary of State.

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PS: free plane rides where ever you want to go-take the whole family the tax payers don't mind.

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: NOTICE TO Rednick Hippie:
WE must consider the two major political rivals in this contention and be aware they are nothing more than 2 Mafia or syndicate groups
fighting for turf and dominance.
"WE" must organize a Militia to contend with them much has Obama has done. I'm contacting Collin Powell and General Petras to lead 'us'.
I have also contacted 'freedom fighters ' for active resistance.
Please advice on futher precautions that should be taken.

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Hoosier Hillbilly wrote:
I'll make you Secretary of State.
Nice ... why am I the only one who's responded to your idea of running for president though?

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Is M69 gonna be the first lady? he will need a makeover..

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Hoosier Hillbilly wrote:
I'll be running under the "Logo"
= A REDNECK NEXT =
Get us out of the UN and I'll vote for you HH...

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I cant vote for Hoosier. He doesn't know men from women. Get Dennis Farina over to my house and we'll talk.

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Vee wrote:
I cant vote for Hoosier. He doesn't know men from women. Get Dennis Farina over to my house and we'll talk.
He does know how to dress...one of the best dressed ex felons on television...

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May 5, 2013
 
Hoosier Hillbilly wrote:
: NOTICE TO Rednick Hippie:
WE must consider the two major political rivals in this contention and be aware they are nothing more than 2 Mafia or syndicate groups
fighting for turf and dominance.
"WE" must organize a Militia to contend with them much has Obama has done. I'm contacting Collin Powell and General Petras to lead 'us'.
I have also contacted 'freedom fighters ' for active resistance.
Please advice on futher precautions that should be taken.
I would advise that the militia be composed of senior citizen vets. The have experience, they are cranky they don't need much sleep and they have no fear of death, since it awaits them soon anyway.

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May 6, 2013
 
Vee wrote:
I cant vote for Hoosier. He doesn't know men from women. Get Dennis Farina over to my house and we'll talk.
Vee, that's a 'cover-up','i'll probably need the gay vote - since there's soo many of'm and they see 'i' can't tell a man from a woman they'll figure 'i'm an OK guy!
*But RH by the time 'i' run, Obama will have already taken their guns because he knows they'll be the first ones to attack.

REDNECK HIPPIE do you know any of the Chicgao mafia, we'll need to fight fire with fire?

PS: George and I don't get-a-long, but Buffet's for me. He also gave me some very good advice;
"HH don't be =stupid enough= to run for president."

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May 6, 2013
 
oh yes I knew you would see it my way.H.H...told you..Hope this finds you awesome this morning...Im good..:O)..yes you have my vote always....I will spread the word...
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May 6, 2013
 
youtube.com/watch... ………… Ok What did we expect?

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May 6, 2013
 
"Hoosier Hillbilly for President 2016"

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Hoosier Hillbilly for President?! Really?

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Jul 15, 2013
 
yes H.H. would make a great president..look what we already have had ..why not...you have my vote H.H.:O)

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