purple ankles aside the spaghetti eaters arent all that bad......................or are they.
now everyone knows you guys are real busy flying around southern ohio in your jet and every few months dropping a bag of nickels onto some buckeye's noggin but hey some PR as to whats what in Brooklyn and little update on things on the home front might go a long way in easing the pressure you put on bagholders especially the bird bath builders..
and along with some Pit Killer a little PR wouldnt hurt, Richardheads
Xin is not smelling too good right now.............................................like evil it could use some pit killer
Not so bizzarre considering it is China, the country that wipes its behind with its fingers!
Probably wasn't dog feces, more likely just another female baby being tossed out the window.
Lots of things fall from the sky in China....just like on msg boards in the USA. LOL!
----- February 6, 2015, the public Ms. Wang had just parked in the Metro Avenue Treemass building on street parking, a black object on the sky, "pop" sound, car windshield has been stained with a heap of things, I saw a big lump of dog feces.-----
XIN investors deal with "urine bombs" on the msg board. LOL! LOL!
------ Xin Yuan "Urine bombs" fell from the sky
2015/07/17 06:09 Source: Wenzhou Evening News Views: 390 comments
Suddenly the AIR out "of Urine Bombs", Terrible and Hateful! Mr. Chen Xin Yuan Yesterday through Downtown District befell the "Bad luck."
Yesterday, the reporter found two "Urine bombs" fell from the sky, an "explosion" of urine scattered someone suffer, is a "dud" ...... Although not found "Urine bomb" murderers, but they throw away not "the urine bombs", but their moral conscience.
□ Evening News reporter Wang Xiao / Wen Chen Hejia / Drawing
Sky "Urine bomb" was "bad luck."
9 o'clock yesterday morning, near downtown Xin District Court 9, two bottles filled with a yellow liquid from heaven, which after landing a bottle blown off, causing the liquid splash, a passer-by to avoid less spills ... .. . the other is intact.
A nearby store clerk was very angry, she said, was just one store while supplies goods back, standing in the doorway almost smashed in, who was also an smell of urine splashed.
He is passing and almost smashed in the head, "the urine bombs" after landing, the liquid inside flying everywhere, his body and the edge of the car battery is made is, a stench nostrils, almost to the nausea, "Gosh, urine ʱ??
Intolerable, and Chen toward the upstairs tenants shouting: "Who is so wicked, throw urine ......" upstairs did little reaction, even a person not to look at the window probe.
It is anxious to ferret out bad mood murderer to a slap in the face, but can not find throw "of urine bombs" who, before considering whether or not the police, called the Evening News hotline 88908890.
Subsequently, the reporter found the Xin Yuan Management Service official said the property not know this, but he said that it would send someone to ask about...... etc. -------
Bravo Shelly! You are at the top of your game today.
Your brief absence from this toxic forest has obviously allowed you to see the weeds growing on the forest floor more clearly.
Rejoice, you are a ray of hope amongst the idiots.
Basically, when the Market is down XIN goes up, and vice-versa. With the Market making all-time highs, and XIN getting close to all-time lows, his ramblings have been pretty close so far.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
There is 'no time' to buy this stock or POS as nothing will change. Don't waste your money on Chinese stocks listed in the US. They made their money off suckers when they IPO'd. Sad but true.
I could care less what the rebuttals are if they're from the company. GEO from what I remember, does very
or I can re-copy a post of mine from June 5, which imo means no matter what the sales are in China, you will never see the same profits of even 2 to 3 years ago. It's the Chinese way of US listed Chinese stocks.
'You are right colorme. They had about 367 or 376 back then, and I have raised questions in the past about them doubling employee count in a declining Chinese real estate market.
They have paid the highest prices for land when they knew they were going to drop, build and cry the blues that at least one property they are selling units at just about cost. But you see the tripling employee count as 'positive'? When profits have declined 75%, sales were lacklustre and SG&A tripled etc? You don't see anything wrong with this picture? The markets do, JAG did, TPG did. My disclaimer I know nothing, but I'd bet with knowing nothing, this company is running a whole bunch of undeclared business operations that require the people and that expense along with many others are put on Xin's books. But you'll never nail them because the operations are wide spread and undeclared. You think they care what Xin is making for US investors? We're a joke. They have the money Xin has the debt. This is how the Chinese operate. I was just hoping back then when I was looking at this company, that this company would be different, but they're not. The only thing we have to be grateful for? This company is on no one's radar due to stock price. If that ever happens where this co goes to 15 or more, hope you're not in it. Do you not wonder why they lost 2 CFO's in a year or so? I guess they were both incompetent huh? '
But several factors are making Jing-Jin-Ji a reality. The most immediate is President Xi Jinping, who laid out an ambitious plan for economic reform in 2013 and has endorsed the region’s integration.
The plan calls for eliminating the “beheaded highways” by 2020 and constructing a new subway line. In addition, the plan assigns specific economic roles to the cities: Beijing is to focus on culture and technology. Tianjin will become a research base for manufacturing. Hebei’s role is largely undefined, although the government recently released a catalog of minor industries, such as wholesale textile markets, to be transferred from Beijing to smaller cities.
As Chinese officials are developing a megalopolis that will contain more than 130 million people, some suburban residents cope with difficult commutes and shortages of public service.
For decades, China’s government has tried to limit the size of Beijing, the capital, through draconian residency permits. Now, the government has embarked on an ambitious plan to make Beijing the center of a new supercity of 130 million people.
The planned megalopolis, a metropolitan area that would be about six times the size of New York’s, is meant to revamp northern China’s economy and become a laboratory for modern urban growth.
The new region will link the research facilities and creative culture of Beijing with the economic muscle of the port city of Tianjin and the hinterlands of Hebei Province, forcing areas that have never cooperated to work together.
This month, the Beijing city government announced its part of the plan, vowing to move much of its bureaucracy, as well as factories and hospitals, to the hinterlands in an effort to offset the city’s strict residency limits, easing congestion, and to spread good-paying jobs into less-developed areas.
Jing-Jin-Ji, as the region is called (“Jing” for Beijing, “Jin” for Tianjin and “Ji,” the traditional name for Hebei Province), is meant to help the area catch up to China’s more prosperous economic belts: the Yangtze River Delta around Shanghai and Nanjing in central China, and the Pearl River Delta around Guangzhou and Shenzhen in southern China.
But the new supercity is intended to be different in scope and conception. It would be spread over 82,000 square miles, about the size of Kansas, and hold a population larger than a third of the United States. And unlike metro areas that have grown up organically, Jing-Jin-Ji would be a very deliberate creation. Its centerpiece: a huge expansion of high-speed rail to bring the major cities within an hour’s commute of each other.