All your money are belong to us

From CNBC:

These are the U.S. states with the highest property taxes—New York and California aren’t in the top 10

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46 Responses to All your money are belong to us

  1. Juice Box says:


  2. True sue says:

    If taxes are your problem, then New Jersey is not the state for you.”….Murphy was ahead of his time … New data released by the U.S. Census shows the Garden State has the highest property tax coupled with the highest assessed value spells trouble for the middle class

  3. Juice Box says:

    As I predicted Congressman Andy Kim is going to try and primary Menendez for the Senate seat. If Menendez actually resigns Kim will probably be appointed by Murphy.

  4. Very Stable Genius says:

    NJ right wingers must acknowledge and accept that nothing is free. High quality of life is costly.

    What, they ain’t never gonna move to a true conservative southern states Kansas? Kentucky? Mississippi? Alabama

  5. Juice Box says:

    Delaware is the cheapest for sure. No income tax, no sales tax, and lowest property taxes.

    Of course, there are no major cities to fund, Wilmington DE is only 71,000. We have more people living in Clifton NJ.

  6. Fast Eddie says:

    The ‘No dress code’ policy for the Senate is a nice look, don’t ya think? Let’s continue to think of ways to dumb down our image.

  7. Very Stable Genius says:

    “With Democrats universally calling for Bob Menendez to resign,
    just reminder that George Santos is under indictment for
    fraud, money laundering, and theft of public funds and Republicans couldn’t care less.”

  8. The Great Pumpkin says:

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    Give it a read through and it says it’ll be further propelled by the Google Vertex AI partnership. 10x improvement by Gen 4 is absolutely insane.”…

  9. The Great Pumpkin says:

    Ives estimates that there is $2 trillion to $3 trillion sitting on the sidelines, mostly held by Big Tech and private equity, and the fascination with artificial intelligence and fear of missing out on an expected surge in that technology will lead to much more. He predicts “the biggest transformational spending wave that we’ve seen in 30 years, since the internet in 1995.”

    “It’s the fourth industrial revolution that’s playing out, and its AI-driven. Strategically, companies can’t just sit around and wait,” he said. “There’s a window where if they don’t get aggressive, they’ll miss out on this next wave. ”

  10. ExEx says:

    9:59 seeing as you literally have the stupidest motherfuckers on earth (Tuberville, et al) repressing simple yet important government functions, “image” is the least your worries you mouth breathing mindless twat.

  11. 3b says:

    Very: Murphy is a Democrat. Democrats claim they are the friend of the working men and women, the middle class, and the poor. It seems to be Murphys comment that if taxes are an issue than NJ is not for you would not support supposed Democrats concern for the everyday people.

  12. The Great Pumpkin says:

    What a time to be alive. Unbelievable investing opportunities. AI and BIO…two peas in a pod. This 4th Industrial Revolution -the rise of ai and synbio.

  13. The Great Pumpkin says:

    The long-anticipated, but delayed, recession on the Canadian economy has finally arrived, according to a new report by Oxford Economics.

    Highly indebted households and overvalued home prices are the driving factors leading to a pullback in consumer spending, which has slowed significantly since early 2023 — even with strong immigration, strong job growth, and the remaining spending spree backed by excess pandemic-time savings.

    The recession was originally expected to hit in the fourth quarter of 2022, but the economy performed much better than anticipated.

    “We doubted the economic strength at the start of this year would last, and the latest data indicates that a hard landing is indeed coming,” reads the report.

    “We expect highly indebted households will cut spending as they deleverage and pay down debt, which should put the principal portion of the debt service ratio on a downward trajectory. Rising interest costs will therefore account for the bulk of higher debt service costs, and likely even greater than our current forecast when factoring in the impact of extended amortizations for variable rate mortgage holders.”

  14. Phoenix says:

    America, I guess this is one way of getting rid of your pesky homeless:

    A homeless Florida woman who was mauled to death and dragged into a waterway by a huge alligator had been arrested just months ago for trespassing in wetlands. Sabrina Peckham, 41, was found in the jaws of the alligator after being dragged by the 14-foot beast into a canal on Friday in Largo, Clearwater. Her formal cause of death is yet to be determined. Two months before her death, Peckham was arrested on July 14 for trespassing on a county wetland just half a mile from where she was mauled

  15. Phoenix says:

    “I doubled the price of your groceries. I doubled the price of your gas. Now I will double the national debt. Watch me!” — Dementia Joe

  16. Fast Eddie says:

    repressing simple yet important government functions…

    Increasing the amount of crime
    Increasing taxes
    Producing higher inflation
    Creating more shell companies
    Enabling our enemies
    Inventing new genders
    Coddling the media
    Opening more of our borders
    Increasing National debt
    Weaponizing the DOJ
    Harvesting votes

  17. Phoenix says:

    Mr. Aguiar had drizzled liquid mercury into the ground in his makeshift gold mine on the eastern edge of the small South American nation of Suriname, just as he had every few days.

    The toxic element mixes with gold dust and forms an amalgam he can pluck out of the sludge. Then he sets the mixture aflame, burning off the mercury into the air, where winds spread it across the forest and across borders, poisoning the plants, animals and people it finds.

    Left behind is the gold. That part usually ends up in Europe, the United States and the Persian Gulf, most often as expensive jewelry. Or into Menendez’s home as gold bars.

  18. 1987 condo says:

    Juice: Delaware has an income tax.

  19. ExEx says:

    And ya gotta live in Delaware.

    Gorgeous morning in SF.

  20. ExEx says:

    12:09 you make a great point, said no one fucking ever.

  21. Phoenix says:

    Kind of hard to track gold bars as income.

    1987 condo says:
    September 24, 2023 at 12:51 pm
    Juice: Delaware has an income tax.

  22. Phoenix says:

    “Evidence has shown time and again that if you ban something that people need and there is no alternative, you simply drive them into illegality,” Mr. Steiner said.

    Yeah, like shelter, food, water.

  23. Hold my beer says:

    Delaware. If bricktown was a state.

  24. Fast Eddie says:



  25. Juice Box says:

    We played the Polish kids in Garfield today in the rain.. Funny they kept swearing at the ref and our team in Polish…Two of our kids are of polish heritage so there was some back in forth…spierdalaj and dupek etc…Kids did well we had them 1-0 for until the last 10 minutes and they came back strong to win..

    I mean just look at these coaches.

  26. Juice Box says:

    My brother went to UDEL…I went there one weekend for a visit. Wild Place was the #1 party school in the country.. Needless to say he transferred after year two as grades were crap.

  27. Juice Box says:

    Cumon Phoenix.. Just look at this guy, no Americans work like that anymore. His carbon footprint is probably tiny compared to the average American, and you cannot eat the fish from many places in the USA either our power plants emit lots of mercury…

  28. Juice Box says:

    For the nerds out there. I made it to the final level of Zelda and I am headed to Death Mountain.

    So I now have to go in front of a panel. Chief Data Scientist, Chief Software Architect, Principal Software Engineer, etc…

    Need a reason to make friends not war so hear me out on this. Stack is multi-cloud with the usual preference for AWS. I am expecting lots of questions. They already have the AI digital assistant so I won’t go there. I am thinking of trashing Google, and I mean hard. I spent a lot of time with them and I know their faults.

    There is not even a single How-To or Book on Google’s LLM PaLM 2. There is nothing written and I mean nothing.

    Feedback is welcome from all, even the Polish…

  29. Phoenix says:

    Isn’t Death Mountain in the Ukraine?

  30. ExEx says:

    7:05 it a euphemism for your ex’s snatch.

  31. Phoenix says:

    Is Fetterman the only honest Democrat?

    Sen. John Fetterman, D-Pa., has called for Sen. Bob Menendez of New Jersey to resign in the wake of bombshell bribery allegations against him, but so far their Democratic colleagues are being more guarded.

  32. Hold my beer says:

    Liquid mercury. I remember playing with that in middle school photography class. We’d put it in the palm of our hands and move our hands to make it roll and also put it on the tables and make it move across the table.

  33. Hold my beer says:


    He also had a stroke. Maybe that keeps him from following their playbook on corruption.

  34. Phoenix says:

    Effin Chinese can build more housing than there are people.

    Fat Karens complain if there isn’t enough cheese on their nachos.

  35. Hold my beer says:

    Criticized Tesla because of all the government subsidies. Is pro union. Buys a Tesla built with non union labor because the Covid vaccine wasn’t available. I’m sure that logic makes perfect sense, just not to me.

  36. Phoenix says:


    Haha. But even though Fetterman isn’t a saint, I think he is better than most of them.

    They are like the “thin blue line” where they cover each others misdeeds.

  37. Phoenix says:


    It’s okay to be Janus faced when you are female.

  38. grim says:

    Feedback is welcome from all, even the Polish…

    Google’s offerings are improving, everyone impatiently waiting for Gemini. It’s Amazon that’s 3rd place in the AI race, not Google. Huggingface is great and all, but really, it’s not like that’s an Amazon owned property. Google was always the preference when it came to ML. It’s MS that came out of nowhere (lucky enough to have cash to throw around, and someone ready to take it).

    It’s still anybody’s game, though he who has the GPUs is the winner right now.

    Latency on Azure OpenAI is still abysmal. Google’s response times have been ticking up. Their newest 32k context models in preview are abysmally slow right now, we were clocking a minute-plus response times.

    I’m running llama and falcon on my Lenovo P920 dual xeon dual gpu rig. Don’t have enough gpu ram to run falcon 180b (quantized), but I can run it on 2xCPU (32 cores, 256gb ram). Though “run it” barely eeks out more than 2 tokens a second.

  39. Phoenix says:

    A comment from YouTube-take it for what it’s worth.

    Just bought a 2023 Tundra with the 14” screen. Let my son borrow it for the afternoon, he connected his phone to listen to his iTunes. The next day my insurance company raised my rates and added my son to my policy. The email said that a private company showed that my son drove the vehicle. He already had his own vehicle that he was insuring. My insurance company demanded he give all his insurance info and some private info for proof. He declined for privacy reasons and my insurance cancelled my policy. These new vehicles with their tech are on condition that we give up our privacy to enter their world. It’s not worth it people

  40. Juice Box says:

    Yes Grim I was fishing for you. Thanks…

    The Polish lads destroyed us in the last 10 minutes of the game today as if it were planned. You could tell they had been passing and communicating since age 5. I would say a level above the kids from other towns, they will go far. We are getting recked…the boys will however learn as the shore leagues are nothing like up north, they are all heart. Like any sport at this age it’s loads of fun.. I am happy you folks even listen..

  41. Libturd says:

    You ain’t seen nothing. When Gator Jr. played, and he was quite good, there was only one team that could not be beat. Every time we played them our head coach and theirs would get thrown out. Once, punches were thrown. As a matter of fact, the Jersey soccer federation would not let us play each other again without outside security hired.

  42. Libturd says:

    Oh yeah. Elizabeth.

  43. Phoenix says:

    60 Minutes discovered the U.S. is financing more than weapons in Ukraine. The government is buying seeds/fertilizer for farmers, paying the salaries of 57,000 first responders and subsidizing small businesses.

    How about the US finance first responders and small businesses in its own country?

    Take a look at San Francisco. Chicago. Philly. Our southern border—where we’re invaded daily.

    America is falling apart, but we’re sending billions to another country:

  44. grim. says:

    Anybody’s race, hot off the AI presses:

    Amazon to invest up to $4 billion in Anthropic, a rival to ChatGPT developer OpenAI

    Anthropic is one of the kings of context. All of these LLM platforms are limited in the real-time knowledge they can consume at prompt-time. The first models were abysmal at a few thousand tokens. Anthropic was one of the first to push past 32k tokens with the Claude 2 model (100k tokens).

    Not many companies have had the opportunity to get hands-on with the anthropic APIs yet, they’ve been very guarded with who and how many people they let into the betas. The public version can give you a sense of what it can do, but the web interface isn’t really all that different from GPT4.

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