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    Default Re: Economic Crisis Avoidance Deus ex Machina - Part I: Active Asset Price Inflation - Eric Janszen

    On some of the entity association stuff Google still has major, major misses.

    Consider the image used here on original CHIPS (california highway patrol) TV series.

    If an issue doesn't draw embarrassments or complaints then fixing it is not a major priority, as they want to have scalable algorithms rather than tons of manual overrides.
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