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    Assuming you don't sell, you're saving up quite...

    Assuming you don't sell, you're saving up quite some capital then, nice.

    I never did get that "quality of stock holders" argument but AFAIK, Buffet says the same thing.
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    Although, as I understand it, the number of cases...

    Although, as I understand it, the number of cases where they experienced CVST + low platelets is higher than expected in a control group. Regardless, the numbers so far indicate we should use both...
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    Nice. Wouldn't u prefer them to do like a 1:50...

    Nice. Wouldn't u prefer them to do like a 1:50 split?
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    What dZ said.

    What dZ said.
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    I am not sure about this but I think the EU has...

    I am not sure about this but I think the EU has two main issues:
    1. The EU, like the US, pre-ordered vaccines (so that is not where Warp Speed is unique) but our logistics are sub-optimal.
    2. The...
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    Well, the US certainly isn't doing to bad either....

    Well, the US certainly isn't doing to bad either. They somehow got it started reasonably well in Nov/Dec 2020. Sure, not as fast as Israel but 7mm vs 330mm and a huge logistical challenge makes them...
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    I don't get it. AFAIK, the expected number of...

    I don't get it. AFAIK, the expected number of people to suffer from serious side-effects from AstraZeneca is about 1 in 250K and death about 1 in a million. With the Janssen vaccine, I think, it...
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    I will have a look at PLTR. I am more into...

    I will have a look at PLTR. I am more into engineering, renewables but mostly by accident.

    Hmmm, PLTR hasn't paid dividends yet which I do not really like. And I am not sure if my broker allows me...
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    I have had a quick look at US-stocks but it's...

    I have had a quick look at US-stocks but it's just to hard for me. I have rather irrational requirements. One being that a single stock is not more than around EUR 30 because I trade in 100s as I do...
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    I don't see how a self built CRM can be either...

    I don't see how a self built CRM can be either better or cheaper and probably neither. Surely, if you have your own developer, you let zir develop something that exploits or augments whatever it is...
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    Personally, even though I didn't go out much, I...

    Personally, even though I didn't go out much, I am getting a bit sick and tired of this whole thing.

    But it is a sort of wake-up call. What if we encounter a similar virus that is 10 times as...
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    On edge? Not really. Sure, more agitation then...

    On edge? Not really. Sure, more agitation then pre-Covid but not that much I'd say. Psychologically many seem to suffer but it does not translate in violence, abuse or anything it seems. About 8% of...
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    I liked this one...

    I liked this one
    https://www.nrc.nl/nieuws/2021/02/06/fokke-sukke-a40307326628
    FOKKE & SUKKE
    Get this with all zodiac signs

    --Right.. Again! For a year now!
    ---- "You are inside...
  14. Thanks, yes, that is basically what I would be...

    Thanks, yes, that is basically what I would be doing. At some stage I'll need to do this with actual name/address data as well. Going to be a long list of tokens as they'll need to be consistent...
  15. Sorta what I was suggesting with HASHBYTES but...

    Sorta what I was suggesting with HASHBYTES but simpler because, of course, having such a translation table removes all further ubfuscation requirements.

    Still don;t like it but if I have to....
  16. Well, reversible encryption with SQL Server is...

    Well, reversible encryption with SQL Server is actually rather simple, it has AES_256 out of the box. I could secure the keys with a lawyer and have them released when required. The issue with that...
  17. I need to create a file, basically a table, where...

    I need to create a file, basically a table, where certain columns may not be easily readable. For instance, a contract number. It needs to be encoded. However, that contract number may appear more...
  18. FCOL: Why isn't there a reversible deterministic data obfuscation routine for SQL

    FCOL: Why isn't there a reversible deterministic data obfuscation routine for SQL Server

    Been wrecking my brains and googling like hell. Sure, reversible and deterministic will mean it'll be...
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    However, that analysis suffers from survivorship...

    However, that analysis suffers from survivorship bias. But yeah, Buffet, I think, is more of a value rather than growth investor. Until 2018 (pre some sort of GAAP accounting rule change he did not...
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    And there is a lot to say for that. However,...

    And there is a lot to say for that. However, consider this: You are in tech, that is where you make your money. If tech goes well, chances are you'll do well. Your know-how, expertise, experience,...
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    Now that, IMHO, is a very wise consideration.

    Now that, IMHO, is a very wise consideration.
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    Yeah, relative to March 2020, it is hard to find...

    Yeah, relative to March 2020, it is hard to find losers I guess. Reminds me of Buffets' duck in a pond analogy.

    My main issue with the current oil price is that it is, AFAIK, still subject to...
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    Ah! I might try that once my stressfullest...

    Ah! I might try that once my stressfullest project since 7 years is finished.
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    Sry, Pillars?

    Sry, Pillars?
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    Betrayal at Krondor, wow, that was an amazing...

    Betrayal at Krondor, wow, that was an amazing game. Got me to read Feist as well.

    BOK felt so much more as an open world then I have ever seen in an RPG. Or adventure. I guess halfway between the...
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