I looked at the stagnate stock of ABT that made me glad I dumped it in 02. $48 per share. Three years later hovering in the low to mid $40's. Put it in a savings account and earn at least 2% growth.
Lame duck 5 years running, like the Beetles song: I see it for miles and miles and miles!!
Laddy now that you have played spelling bee prick now shed your knowledge with us on the rest of the original note. Could it be your trying to sell a lame duck again MR. Windixi!!
<<<<<<I looked at the stagnate stock of ABT that made me glad I dumped it in 02. $48 per share. Three years later hovering in the low to mid $40's. Put it in a savings account and earn at least 2% growth.
Lame duck 5 years running>>>>>>
I am no musical scholar but I will be 60 soon.
The Beattles will be the hallmark of my generation ferr sure. Everything was so tackily Elvis and all of a sudden, bang 'I wanna hold yor hand' was on the radio and the Beach Boys, elvis, and the American bandstander gumbaas were toast.
The Fab 4 changed the world. We heard them everywhere........remember Robin Williams portrayal of the USAF disc jockey in Viet Nam?
Well we were rockin from the Delta to the DMZ all right but the Beattles were along for the ride or so I hear!
No one will usurp them in popualr music for quite a while I'll wager.
Now a little light spring interlude by Wagner?
Come on, even Ponte can get laid listening to a few B tunes!
Here is a message proving my point he is trying to build his image to himself!!
Three salient points to my reply
1. I understand and appreciate the genius of the 'masters'. I have studied music extensively, from the gregorian period thru the baroque, from classical to renaissance, from romantic to impressionism -- I appreciate both the art and the science of music. As a classically trained performer, I love it all. My opinions are neither whimsical nor uninformed. I have studied the Schubert tenor solos, and Die Forelle in the original Db major key is a particular favorite.
2. I admire your intensity of musical appreciation, even if I don't know the depth of your study or the extent of your musical training. I recognize that your love and dislikes are deep and genuine. I believe you have a very fine sense of art, and I respect your points of view.
3. Despite what I believe is your earnest sincerity, your dislike (or downright abhorance, if that's what it is) of the Beatles (or of any other musical form) is finally a PERSONAL conclusion. Your opinion is neither more nor less valuable than anyone else's. Your personal education and background may lend support to your conclusions, but at the end of the day, they are just that -- YOUR conclusions. IMHO, listen to the elegance yet simplicity of 'Yesterday', and you simply cannot deny the genius of McCartney.
I agree with you Ponte the only reason they shown in that era was because of the lack of talent for competition. How GROOVY was four bowl cuts with matching stretch suits bobbling thier head in the same rythem. YEEAAAH
<Moab-Go back to Utah, Lad has highest IQ on MB.He bested Ponte every time except in bio matters.Lad's posts are always interesting and accurate. >
No, you are mistaken. I have the highest IQ here. It has practical/money-making applications as well as artistic ones.
Plutothecat you must be lads lap kitty to post that trash. First: I frequent the Moab trails does that mean I am from Utah? No dip
Third: He is pushing a lame duck stock with no growth in 3+ years and you call that accurate. $57 by the end of the next quarter for two years now. Go lick yourself like the other cats.