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Shkreli ordered to return $64M, is barred from drug industry

https://apnews.com/article/martin-shkreli-daraprim-profits-fb77aee9ed155f9a74204cfb13fc1130
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u/Reutermo Jan 14 '22

It is free by law here in Sweden. Have been since the 60s.

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u/IronicBread Jan 14 '22

But muh communism

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u/[deleted] Jan 14 '22

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u/Lascivulen Jan 14 '22

Lmao and this is relevant because?

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u/Jackplox Jan 14 '22

it’s not and never has been

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u/[deleted] Jan 14 '22

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u/MinniMemes Jan 14 '22

And this is relevant, becaussseeeee??

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u/misogoop Jan 15 '22

So you don’t know, do you?

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u/Dregoran Jan 15 '22

So you don't have an answer and are just defaulting to the "if you can't figure it out it's not worth my time" option. In reality you have no idea why it's relevant but are in too deep and can't admit it now.

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u/Dregoran Jan 15 '22

It absolutely does. It's a question and questions lead to further discussion. Questions are a great way to add to a conversation and continue that conversation in a very natural way.

Asking for it's relevancy I'd argue adds more to the conversation than just throwing out populations with no explanation as to what relevance that has to the topic at hand.

If people were discussing the US and Sweden at a table you were at, and you randomly just stated their populations, that doesn't really do much does it? It actually detracts from the conversation and drives it off the rails rather than adding anything.

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