Tried to warn my POOR sweet amateur gold/silver RETARDOS and BORN FAILURES, again ROFLMAO:
for the past FOUR YEARS, every BOGUS DEADCAT BURP in these ZERO VALUE golds/silvers has been ERASED in a heartbeat....MEGA BEARISH!!
FACT: at no time has the WORTHLESS gold/silver bullion ever made anything other than obvious PUNY DEADCAT GAINS.....it has dropped more than 100 BUCKS in a single day and at NO time has ever made one single gain even remotely close to that size gain! ...and at NO time has the ZERO VALUE gold/silver bullion managed CONSECUTIVE DAYS gains, as occurs to genuine bull market stocks!!! NEVER NEVER NEVER!
And that, girls, is how you recognize a gold/silver BEAR MARKET pile of ZERO VALUE puke!!
Along with 7 of his buddies one night, they all decided to pull down their pants and "moon" passing traffic. After a couple of minutes, the 7 classmates of Gomer's took off, however Lyle was still shoving his rear end high into the air, getting lots of honking horns and catcalls from passing traffic.
Lyle did not realize his buddies had long left, when a car stopped. In the dark, a mystery finger appeared out of nowhere and into Lyle's still virgin manpoon. A little gasp and a quiver followed, and Lyle heard an unzipping sound and soon afterwards "something" invaded his little space.
The next day at school, he was trying to decide if it was a dream, his pals all laughed at him for standing there long after they left.
The very next night, Gomer went out mooning again....... ALONE. Same results, passing traffic honking horns, whistling, catcalls, all making Lyle extremely ... aroused. Before he knew it, another "something" entered him from behind. The grunts from the gent sounded oddly familiar.
After about 10 minutes, Gomer finally said: "Is that YOU, Uncle Fred...." Suddenly the man took off in a dead run, but not before dropping his wallet confirming the suspicions to Gomer.
The rest is history.
Stupid Sybil - America doesn't have sticky wickets, or cucumber sandwiches in the middle of our competitions.
Get a grip Harry :
The wheel is turning and you can't slow down
You can't let go and you can't hold on
You can't go back and you can't stand still
If the thunder don't get you then the lightning will
I hear you. I don't get why the miners are so hell bent on capEx. We need to see consolidation in this space. The miners with high debt/low yields should have been belly up years ago.
There will not be a bottom until 95% of the USELESS gold/silver mining industry SHUTS DOWN....there only will be one or two survivors, none of them based in north america!!!!
being capped at 16.50 by someone. Short squeeze pressure is building up like a coiled spring tighter and tighter. Just need someone who is not scared to kick it off.
WARNING: NEM TRASH is nothing more than a 2.00 PENNY JUNK stock masquerading as a PREPOSTEROUS OBSCENE OVERHYPED 17.00 MEGA BUBBLE!!! SHORT and PUT the typical gold/silver PIG FARM into the toilet where ALL these USELESS golds/silvers belong!
You and "Cait" have plenty in common don't you.
The women exchange nervous looks, and the scene cuts to a confessional interview with Boylan.
"Now I'm worried. Caitlyn has every right to be just as conservative as she chooses, but many transgender men and women need social programs to survive and that's nothing to be ashamed of," Boylan says. "Living in the bubble is an impediment to understanding other people. If Cait's going to be a spokesperson for our community, this is something she's going to have to understand."
The moment highlights the gulf between Jenner's political beliefs and the goals and principles that are important to the community she now represents. Shortly after she came out as transgender, her conservative beliefs came to light during her April interview with Diane Sawyer, but now that she is living life as a high-profile trans woman and advocate, her positions are receiving greater scrutiny on the reality show.
Boylan points out that to Jenner, a celebrity living in Malibu, fashion and beauty are important parts of how she expresses her femininity. That culture is at odds with Boylan's own comfort zone. The Barnard professor says she considers herself more of a New England academic. The episode highlights another transition that's beginning for Jenner.
"Caitlyn is a person of tremendous privilege and power," Boylan says. "I'm a little afraid of what's going to happen when she meets a lot of transgender people who don't have the privilege that she has had."
Jenner at times seems out of touch with the reality that her peers experience. During another part of the episode, hearing one woman's story of turning to sex work to fund her transition, Jenner points out that trans author Janet Mock did the same thing.