- n. Plural form of decision.
“Part of the problem with the “sunk costs” analysis is that it neglects the extent to which enriching those who make poor decisions* causes the balance of future decisions to be worse, since it increases the relative buying power aka decision power of those most likely to make bad decisions.”
“Figuring out your highest priority, your longest term desire, can then help you evaluate your short term decisions.”
“Because foreign judges "are not responsible to the American political system," Yoo argues in an essay that will be published in the Hawaii Law Review, relying on their decisions is at odds with the Constitution.”
“For starters, we can accept, without cynicism, that the poor, like you and I, are irrational economic actors who sometimes make short-term decisions to their long-term detriment.”
“However, others said Beijing isn 't involved in decisions about Macau' s labor market and that the restrictions are an example of botched local policymaking.”
“I am just sure — in decisions like, what are you going to do when you grow up, why journalism, why go to Washington.”
“Alas, we can never expect competent and intelligent decisions from a republican, so we got what we deserved with those two morons.”
“No, I do not think you would be a good president, I think your ability to weigh consequences and make sound decisions is ABSOLUTELY in question”
“So when the U.S. government states that this advisory board's recommendations are the "gold Standard" when it comes to coverage decisions, is there, like, a platinum standard?”
“Finally, one by one, state by state they are allowing crossbows with the rest of the states, that make good decisions from the input of their hunters.”
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