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amanfromMars 1 Mon 3 Apr 09:16 [1704030916] …. sharing a view on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2017/04/03/gilmore_farewells_trump_government_slamming_the_f35_again/
The music has stopped ……. and the party’s over. What do imagine comes next?
The comments here have identified the program’s raison d’être …… the F-35 is a sub-prime coincidental QE dollar printing and distribution program ……. trying to prevent the American dream economic model system from collapsing in the military industrial complex sector/vector.
Such fantastical business arrangements though are fully dependent upon the truth of such matters that matter being practically unknown and virtually secret for the revelation opens myriad vulnerability doors and portals for both private renegade rogue and public state and non-state actor exploitation, and thus is the use of such aid an abuse and misuse of executive office because of the catastrophically self-destructive nature of the scheme/scam/ponzi.
Would y’all agree with most everything shared there? Or is something important missing? Or is fake news having an airing?
This might help you make up your mind ….. http://uk.businessinsider.com/this-map-explains-the-f-35-fiasco-2014-8?r=US&IR=T
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amanfromMars 1 Mon 3 Apr 12:31 [1704031231] ….. seeking clarification on an object being subjected to allegations of waste on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2017/04/03/up_to_200m_wasted_on_court_digitisation_plans/
Ooops?

The Common Platform Programme (CPP) was supposed to be complete by March 2019 at a total cost of £350m. However, a spokeswoman from HM Courts & Tribunals Service (HMCTS) said the programme will not be complete until 2020 at a revised cost of £270m.

Hi, Kat Hall/El Reg,
??? Does that paragraph need revision and rewriting…… for it does not support the report headline … Hundreds of millions ‘wasted’ on UK court digitisation scheme
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amanfromMars Apr 3, 2017 8:24 AM …. reading the runes and Riot Act on http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-04-03/imagination-technologies-plummets-over-60-after-apple-delivers-black-swan-moment

It remains to be seen if Imagination’s dramatic “Black swan” case study will be a warning for investors in other suppliers overly reliant on Apple for revenue.

The flip side of that coin is the danger that Apple may be in whenever it is realised they be dependent upon third party proprietary intellectual property and viable creative imagination to survive and prosper.
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