Breakout news has just been announced by MNGA. Apparently the company has just landed a major transportation company as a buyer for its revolutionary acetylene replacement
MNGA is a huge target for traders after management completes yet another sale for its flagship MagneGas®. This is the reason analysts are projecting a huge price upgrade, perhaps even $2.80, possibly.
It's making Whacky Patacki say he owns 9.11.:
PATAKI ANNOUNCES PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN, DESPONDENT OPPONENTS WONDER IF IT'S EVEN WORTH IT AT THIS POINT - But seriously, George Pataki trying to own 9/11 feels a bit like Ringo best trying to own "Sgt. Pepper's." Daniel Marans: "Former New York Gov. George Pataki (R) announced he'll run for president in 2016. 'The system is broken. The question is no longer about what our government should do, but what we should do about our government,' he said in a video posted to YouTube on Thursday. Pataki, 69, who served as governor from 1995 to 2006, faces an uphill battle for the Republican nomination in a crowded field of candidates....Pataki also faces skepticism over whether he is conservative enough to win Republican primaries. His record as governor of deep-blue New York, and his career in Republican politics prior to the party’s turn to the right, make him the most moderate Republican presidential candidate to date. Pataki has supportedenvironmental preservation efforts, abortion rights and gun control laws. When The New York Times endorsed Pataki's bid for a third term as governor in 2002, the paper praised his 'generally progressive stance on social issues.'"
MNGA is about to boost revenues because it’s just got a major order for its MagneGas® which will be used by one of America’s major transportation companies.
Longer than the best Speaker of House Hastert spends in jail:
HISTORY'S MOST BORING SPEAKER SUDDENLY NOT SO BORING - It'll be a political battle for the ages between him and Rod Blagojevich over laundry duty. Jon Seidel: "Federal prosecutors on Thursday charged former Republican House Speaker Dennis Hastert with illegally structuring cash withdrawals from bank accounts to make payments to someone he committed 'prior misconduct' against and lying to the FBI about it. Hastert, 73, of Plano, is accused of splitting up the withdrawal of $952,000 to avoid the requirement that banks report withdrawals of more than $10,000. When asked about it by the FBI in the December 2014, he allegedly lied and said he was keeping the cash. In 2010, Hastert agreed to pay an individual, who is unnamed in the indictment, $3.5 million 'to compensate for and conceal his prior misconduct' against the person, according to the indictment.'" [Sun Times]
Its a real shame,but people with political agendas have taken over a number of boards. Yahoo doesn't seem to care so long as they can advertise
Is a fast food chain going to automate their cooks?
Are they automating their counter help?
Are they automating their dishwashers
Are they automating their drive in workers?
Are they automating your brain?
yes - the low info types are usually republican
on the bright side, when walker washes out of politics - he can teach high school now!
thanks much gail! being 'black' is not a bad thing - though many feral whites think so!
and for my part, I feel you are doing as good as you cam considering how society views an angry old woman like yourself
Can MNGA dominate the acetylene replacement market? It sure looks like it after a major transportation company in the Us confirms a solid order for the fuel replacement.
Junior, you and Obama would make the
perfect poster children as to why blacks
rode in the back of the bus for so long?