would do on his birthday. Get two of those asian
massage girls and have a blast. And buy more gold for
around your neck!
Or come on down to Jersey. That
flood of refugees is starting to wear alittle thin and
them girls will be turning tricks for ten bucks before
the summer is out. The Fort Dix Brothel.
Buy a stock or two. Ten others in the sector go up, my two will go down. Life tries to stick it up my ass. What can I say, God hates me. Hate him back, it works for me.
Thursday night we were about to take KSWS off the
list as they ran up great for us then fell off hard.
But now it appears like they are turning back up
again so lets keep an eye on them and see if they can
recover. We would like to add the other big name cruise
line RCL to the service list today. They have been
moving very well and although CCL has been bumping up
against resistance for quite a while we think they could
bust through it this week. Both cruise lines should
gain well on the ceasefire in Kosovo which had wrecked
havoc with their business in the area. We still like
TYC, and BAANF longer term.
This is where I�m
at: YHOO@179 on 4/1, sold on 4/5@219. SFE@68.5 on
4/1, sold on 4/13@115. RNWK@68.31 on 4/1, sold on
firstname.lastname@example.org, CMGI@187.7 on 4/1, sold on 4/12@302.
Thanks for the info. Would love to hear what
NBR's offers were!
I am of the opionion that some of
these folks would love for anybody to buy out PKD at
any price. If my certificates represent no more value
than what I am to assume NBR's "firesale"
represent, then I'd just as soon use them as toilet
Sunday June 13, 9:52 pm Eastern
Venezuela oil union withdraws strike threat
June 13 (Reuters) - Venezuela's main oil workers union
late on Sunday
called off a nationwide strike
planned for Monday after the government announced
last-minute pay offer for oil sector workers.
will be no strike,'' Carlos Ortega, head of
Venezuela's largest oil union, told
Reuters by telephone.
''We're pleased but not satisfied,'' he said after Energy
Mines Minister Ali Rodriguez said state oil company
Petroleos de Venezuela (PDVSA)
would award workers a
merit pay increase of between three and six
The threat of an oil strike in the world's third
largest oil exporter had contributed to a
firming of prices despite the fact that PDVSA had said it
could maintain its output
at the current level of
2.7 million barrels per day for at least seven days
if the walkout
announced the strike last week after PDVSA said it would
not award a regular
salary rise for merit this
year due to budget constraints. Talks to resolve the
seemed to have broken down earlier on Sunday when PDVSA
negotiators failed to
show up for a planned meeting with
But after a late night meeting
with President Hugo Chavez in Miraflores
palace, Rodriguez made the surprise announcement of a
merit increase, albeit smaller
than last year's
average rise of eight percent.
absolutely no reason for a strike in the Venezuelan oil
sector where salaries
are significantly higher than
for other Venezuelan workers,'' Rodriguez said. He
that the decision to grant the merit rise had been
taken by the government as the sole
NBR pushed a paper in front of them Parker boys and they wouldn't sign???? I'll get some chumps down there to make them see the light into laying some ink on that paper.