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  • tnyellowtomcat tnyellowtomcat Oct 1, 2010 3:59 PM Flag

    This is memorable

    All,

    You will roll this ditty over and over in your mind! Funny or not? Depends on whether you are long or short:

    IDCC Song

    "Hot shorts, cold shorts,

    Burn them in the morning!

    Hot shorts, cold shorts,

    Burn them in the morning!

    Hot shorts, cold shorts,

    Burn them in the morning!

    Burn, burn, burn them in the morning!

    Yeeeeeessssss Sir!"


    <VBG> - Tomcat

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    • The Analyst

      "when stock go up, he seems to think
      that they will never drop;
      but when way, way, way down they sink
      he fears they'll never stop."

      "When bulls are plenty as can be,
      then nothing else will do;
      but when the Bears get busy, he
      puts on a bear-skin too."

      "Sometimes he's talkative as sin,
      sometimes he won't say nothing,
      and when you ask him how to win,
      he's mum as any muffin."

      "As for predicting how things'll go
      he always seems to fear it: -
      he loves to say - "I told you so!"
      but hates like time to bear it."

      "He's non-committal if you try
      to force him that he tell,
      he'll say it might be wise to buy,
      and also wise to sell."

      In other words, such is his position, - that he doesn't object to the usual commission.

    • You forgot the "sung to the tune of" part.

      Things are starting to look up or "looking" up for the home team.

 
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