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  • Hahahaha nobody, and I mean nobody buys this morons story anymore. No more suckers are left- only Jimlam and Bud. The revised date will pass and nothing will be announced regarding Areva. The money is drying up and Seth's dream is turning into a nightmare. But really he did ok for himself. For a decade he had himself a fancy office. He travelled first class around the world and deluded himself into thinking he ran an innovative nuclear technology company. He surrounded himself with important people and rich people although they never invested in his dream. They knew better. So Seth being the psychopath that he is, he went after retail. He talked of milestones and things like a "technology access fee". Remember that one? He bought as much time as he could because let's face he is not employable. The emporer has no clothes. Seth has no marketable skills outside of the snake oil industry. So Tom finish that sanwhich and get those lights. Seth... It couldn't happen to a more deserving person.

  • 4.5 pounds
    6 weeks old
    All white
    Frim liter of 8
    Both parents mutts. Smart app 40 pounds
    This pup looks like a white lab and ewok mix
    Killer cute
    When we learn where to pee and poop then we move onto for casting
    The major markets and equity selection
    He doesn't wuff yet. It sounds more puppy like

  • It is my understanding that he likes chicken salad.
    Please check your research

  • I ask myself why would LTBR being doing this, putting out another date that surely will come and go with nothing to report on as we all know Areva has no interest in LTBR, nobody does. In fact, the insiders in the company don't even have any interest in LTBR has they won't touch this pig with even Bud's money. So what game are they playing? Could they be buying time to allow certain people to get out before the final collapse? True, .65 cents is not much but it is better than 0. I don't think LTBR has more than another year left before Tom turns out the lights and gets his last tuna sandwich. Can't you see it now. Tom reaching for the last light with one hand and in the other holding his tuna sandwich with just a little mayo dripping down his sleeve. Sad......

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    Conclusion about LTBR

    by bullahoop Feb 29, 2016 3:22 AM

    nothing really funny here.. spring is springing.
    waiting on the last IRS return I'll probably ever get.
    drug my bags into the new year and the market is trying to break down the tech side of everything i own.
    I've realized I'm a sucker for compelling stories :-)
    i did think of an amusing story involving livestock, but for some reason i am hesitant.
    GL

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    Conclusion about LTBR

    by bullahoop Feb 29, 2016 3:22 AM

    LOL...I love this story Way to come through Super!
    My Mom would give us smack with the wooden spoon We deserved it more than she gave it...and as we raised heck we would hear the kitchen drawer open and scurry to our rooms..but she was only cooking (poor thing) my Mom is a saint

    I have 50,000 shares of Vical
    and I have OXGN AVEO and ARIA
    I'm underwater on all. I'm not trading cuz I'm too busy. Not worried about being stuck in any of these forever. All have something coming at some point.

    Cheers and good luck!

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    Conclusion about LTBR

    by bullahoop Feb 29, 2016 3:22 AM

    What are your plays bulla

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    Conclusion about LTBR

    by bullahoop Feb 29, 2016 3:22 AM

    Odd you should mention. That but I think ltbr does indeed have a luncheon committee

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    Conclusion about LTBR

    by bullahoop Feb 29, 2016 3:22 AM

    Bulla one time we were on. A trip when I was a kid.
    My mom was driving
    Sisters in back seat me on passenger seat

    There's heavy traffic fast

    My sister's are reaching over seat pulling my hair
    My mom is yelling
    My sister's are yelling
    My mom yells stop
    My mom starts hitting me

    Later she would say that I was the only one she could reach

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    What's everyone's play?

    by superpsiboy Feb 26, 2016 4:17 PM

    Nice to see sense of humor jim

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    What's everyone's play?

    by superpsiboy Feb 26, 2016 4:17 PM

    Funny you mention crabs.
    I set up aquarium for my birthday.
    Bought $100 worth of Neons tetras. Looks great

    My son in Europe sent me Sponge Bob aquarium decorations including Mr. Crab

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    What's everyone's play?

    by superpsiboy Feb 26, 2016 4:17 PM

    Everyone asks me about this and I tell them it's a secret!
    Apparently I was a loon when I awoke from coma and was labeled a potential escapie fro. The hospital.
    They. Had people watching me and holding me down!
    I wanted a Coke but they were concerned about aspiration

    They would tell me and I would forget and try escape again.
    Needless to say I did eventually escape

    Now I am hiding out at girlfriends house.
    My daughter likes her now....so some good comes from death
    They text all the time. It's nice

  • Is that it's boring as eff here without me
    ROLMAO
    Boy the bio market is merciless good thing I have a decent paying real job that's slowly killing me
    I tried to sift through these posts for some funny..no luck..come on people bring the funny to the top o' the board
    I've got only limited time to read this

    Super I hope you are feeling a bit better..you get a pass on the funny even tho I know you can bring it

    Here's some starter topics
    The drive to your vacation getaway is 4.5 hours ..6 if your in an argument
    People can & will turn any piece of furniture into a coat rack
    It's not necessarily lazy if you text someone when they're downstairs
    Do we need a special committee to decide on the restaurant?
    OR CREATE YOUR OWN TOPIC
    Morph 2 of them together
    Like for example
    Laying on the coats on the couch (couch coat rack ) texting person downstairs is not lazy

    Proceed now please with the laughter making...
    ...Please
    B

  • Every 4 years isn't always Leap Year.

    In the Gregorian calendar, the current standard calendar in most of the world, most years that are multiples of 4 are leap years. In each leap year, the month of February has 29 days instead of 28. Adding an extra day to the calendar every four years compensates for the fact that a period of 365 days is shorter than a tropical year by almost 6 hours. This calendar was first used in 1582.

    Some exceptions to this basic rule are required since the duration of a tropical year is slightly less than 365.25 days. Over a period of 4 centuries, the accumulated error of adding a leap day every 4 years amounts to about 3 extra days. The Gregorian calendar therefore removes three leap days every 400 years, which is the length of its leap cycle. This is done by removing February 29 in the three century years (multiples of 100) that cannot be exactly divided by 400.[3] The years 2000 and 2400 are leap years, while 1800, 1900, 2100, 2200, 2300 and 2500 are common years. By this rule, the average number of days per year is 365 + 1⁄4 − 1⁄100 + 1⁄400 = 365.2425.

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    What's everyone's play?

    by superpsiboy Feb 26, 2016 4:17 PM

    Thanks for the article. The motor room they refer to was once housing the 80" hot strip mill's huge motors that turned the press rolls. Ingots that were poured at the open hearth would be taken by flat rail cars over to the slab mill where they would be flattened and trimmed into 12" 20 ft. long blooms and then run through reheat furnaces and pressed by a series of reducing rolls until they were wrapped into coils and stored for further mill stand designations. Fortunately a lawsuit between Allied demolition and US Steel kept the building upright until the suit was settled and converted into a data storage center.

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    What's everyone's play?

    by superpsiboy Feb 26, 2016 4:17 PM

    "Steel Mill Transformed Into Juiced Datacenter"

    Sentiment: Hold

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    What's everyone's play?

    by superpsiboy Feb 26, 2016 4:17 PM

    As the Fairless Steel Mill was being slowly phased out over the years, Waste Management began to purchase large swaths of land and dump their refuse, creating mountains of trash and landfill. Enormous flocks of seagulls soon were to be found occupying any available roosting grounds along the river intake/outfall basins. I stayed with the utilities till just up to a year and a half ago. But was firmly under the belief that the gulls were the spirits of steel workers who gave their best years to the mill and that the nasty geese were those of departed supervisors.

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    What's everyone's play?

    by superpsiboy Feb 26, 2016 4:17 PM

    waiting on news. IBIO SBFM DNRG need a pop with something so i can get back to the daily grind :-)
    new trading computer delivered by 3-17. it may not help but it sho' won't hurt.
    glad you didn't come back as a crab.

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    What's everyone's play?

    by superpsiboy Feb 26, 2016 4:17 PM

    Super is back, but from where?

    Of course, the most astounding similarity is the encounter with the Being of Light, or the "Clear Light" as described in the Tibetan Book of the Dead. According to the Tibetan teachings, at the moment of death, the Clear Light dawns in all its splendor before the dying person. It says:

    "Oh son/daughter of an enlightened family ... your Rigpa is inseparable luminosity and emptiness and dwells as a great expanse of light; beyond birth or death, it is, in fact, the Buddha of Unchanging Light."

    Tibetan teachings stress that by recognizing yourself as this Clear Light, you will attain liberation from the cycle of reincarnation. Many NDE experiencers are convinced the Being of Light is their Higher Self. This is certainly in agreement with the Tibetan teachings.

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