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When a young mother is found murdered in a derelict Eugene neighborhood—and her terrified young son is discovered hiding beneath the floorboards—Detective Jackson reluctantly takes the case. His own life is already in chaos, with his runaway teenage daughter, Katie, still gone and his girlfriend, Kera, facing her own family crisis. Matters get more complicated when the orphaned boy bonds with Jackson, triggering unexpected emotions and compromising his ability to investigate. Meanwhile, Detective Evans, one of Jackson’s most valuable colleagues, is pulled off the case to look into the death of a University of Oregon football star—leaving the homicide task force shorthanded. As Jackson works to solve the murder and find a home for little Benjie, he soon faces devastating choices that threaten everything he holds dear.
Last week, the Federal Reserve decided to keep US interest rates unchanged, marking its 96th month of life at the zero bound. Apparently, for all of its "data dependence", the Fed feels the economy could still benefit from *just* a little more of its ZIRP happy juice. And in its pursuit to kick the can for a little longer, the Fed has crossed a dangerous line. Dangerous not just to the health of our market economy (that line was crossed a long time ago). A central bank's authority is based on faith in its power to effect its mandate. Last week's decision was so toothlessly passive that even the Fed's cheerleaders are beginning to question if it has any clue for how to escape from the corner it has painted itself into. The Fed and its central banking brethren (most notably the European Central Bank, Bank of Japan, Bank of England and Bank of China), have decided to sacrifice investing for tomorrow (namely savings, and capital expenditure in productive... By keeping interest rates historically low -- and increasingly negative -- around the world, they have pushed capital much farther out the risk curve than it deserves to be. All while adding trillions of more debt into an already dangerously... The Law Of Diminishing Marginal Utility Last month, I issued a report titled The Marginal Buyer Holds The Pin That Pops Every Asset Bubble which explained how prices are set "at the margin" (meaning: above what the second-highest bidder is willing... It's a very useful concept for understanding how prices rise to unsustainable heights during an asset bubble era such as the one we're in now, and how they can fall much more quickly than most expect when a bubble bursts. Building further on this viewpoint at the margin, I want to examine the concept of marginal utility. Marginal utility is essentially how much benefit you derive from receiving more of something, usually one more additional unit of a good or service. On the surface, most of us think: If a little is good, then even more is better, right. As this hokey short video from Investopedia shows, the satisfaction we gain from each additional unit diminishes, until a switchover point is reached at which each new unit is no longer experienced as a benefit, but as a cost :. The. Source: Zero Hedge
They share the same gym for practices, the same bus ride to multi-team meets and even share their coaches, who give valuable tips and coaching direction to both teams. That's been the situation over the years for the girls gymnastic teams at Jackson
On September 24th , 2016, Precinct 4 Constable Mark Herman's Office responded to the 7200 block of Foxshadows Lane, in North Harris County, in reference to a Car Jacking. The complainant is a delivery driver for Pizza Hut. The complainant advised he
Samuel L. Jackson Wants To Be A Bond Villain! | Good Morning Britain https://t.co/O5cQQjBOI0 https://t.co/YeLk7y1sJi 09/28/16, @LAmobslugger
RT @DimsumsMandu: The amount of trust Jackson has in mark is just proof that their bond is so special. https://t.co/OAeNyEdxfN 09/28/16, @perry_pry
RT @DimsumsMandu: The amount of trust Jackson has in mark is just proof that their bond is so special. https://t.co/OAeNyEdxfN 09/28/16, @elenamascarenh1
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