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  1. croupier

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    The power of the internet continues to make inroads to news media.Whereas in the past we had to rely on newspapers,radio and tv to present us with the arguments,now we have instant information on the historical past of participants.They can pontificate as long as they like but with a much informed public their arguments are destined to fall on deaf ears unless they are close to the truth.Previously it was difficult to remember previous events but it is so easy to recall the information with a simple search.The days of politicians are going to get harder unless they are as skills are improved.Each night I see politicians on tv getting very frustrated that it is so difficult to do what was so easy in the past.Only good can come from this raising of the bar.

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