You always leave out farmer X who will sell his whole lot for $2.50 a pound. Everybody buying tomatoes except your players buy from him.
Your thinking is the only rotten tomato around here.
Looks like the Kenyan Keynesian had better issue an executive order to freeze pricing and shell out some free federal money to the victim class who are being oppressed by the fortunate few, millionaire and billionaire tomato growers who are not doing their fair share.
take my advice--find your way back to the used car lot where you can rip off customers and get away with it--- at least the public expects it from that line of work-- but stop giving IT a bad name
Grey team...Ok, its obvious you are a child ! Say what you wanr, becasue I can see you have no intelligence what so ever ! MSFT is just dipping a bit,,and will shoot back uo much higher. Nice name, corneliusflake? Gezz the new generation is sickening with people like you to represent them ! MSFT is also rated a buy from numerous analysts.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Maybe next time the author of the parent might use sarcasm tags just to give dim bulbs such as you a bit of a clue.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
Your disturbing love life fantasies are not appropriate discussion material for this board.
There are no "Ex" Marines. There are only active, inactive and deceased Marines.
Save your disrespect for your seminal exchange sessions with willy and wally.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
"There would be more traffic, if such traffic as there is, is on topic."
That may be their theory, the traffic is measurably contracting.
There were a dozen little booths each with huge stacks of tomatoes and only 6 people looking for tomatoes.
The farmer #1 told me $3 a pound. Farmer 2 said yep that’s the price. I went to farmer #3 and he said the same. As if to confirm pricing farmer #4 bought some of farmer #1 tomatoes and paid $3.10 a pound. Farmer #1 then bought those tomatoes back at $3.20 a pound. Farmer #6 said “you better hurry, prices are rising”. None of the actual people actually looking for tomatoes were buying at first then a couple decided better buy before prices rise more if we want blt’s for dinner. The farmer’s looked at each other and smiled a knowing smile.
There’s going to be lot of unsold rotten tomatoes at some point and they will be willing to sell at $0.50 a pound for tomatoe sauce.
Qualcomm EVP Peggy Johnson is leaving the company that’s been her home for 24 years, a source tells Gigaom. And according to a report in Re/Code, she’s departing for Microsoft to take on a high-level executive post. Johnson is the highest ranking female executive at Qualcomm, and she’s also part of the inner circle. She’s on Qualcomm’s executive committee and has headed up key divisions of the company. As President of Qualcomm Internet Services, she launched BREW, a predecessor of the moden mobile app store. In her current role she’s in charge of developing new markets for Qualcomm’s core wireless technologies as well as overseeing Qualcomm Labs.
On what evidence?
"...they should not care the on or off topic subject, they get compensated for traffic."
There would be more traffic, if such traffic as there is, is on topic.
All China is doing is trying to be monopolistic, take manufacturing jobs from the US, any intellectual properties the can get their hands on, and then do their best to keep the China market closed to foreign competition using every excuse they can get away with. I think its about time for US companies to say they are taking their manufacturing somewhere else. We know the jobs are not coming back but there are other countries where the work can be done. US companies should not have to compromise themselves to a Communist regime. I would like to hear companies say "manufacture any place other than China"
I don't, but the course would be a nice, easy review.
You wouldn't understand any of it, being a bot.
Read it again, stupid.
Better yet, read the executive summary, which is all you could understand anyway:
"In short, Linux is everywhere."