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  • yourdeadmeat69 yourdeadmeat69 May 7, 2012 3:48 AM Flag

    China Reports Friday

    I don't think 8.2% growth with all these idiots expecting more, is going to help.

    This is going to be one rough week for longs in anything.

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    • Looks like the class clowns, rshmucket, techfool, and squamish sells cancer, by the seashore, can't tell the difference from a political post that rah rah's one candidate over another, and a post about politics that affects the general market with a stock, that reflects market perform.

      I know that is a fine distinction, but so is tap water versus toilet water.

      I prefer mine from the tap. Guess where the three stooges have been sucking swill?

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      • Deadmeat said -- in the depths of his total ignorance ....................
        "I know that is a fine distinction, but so is tap water versus toilet water.

        I prefer mine from the tap. Guess where the three stooges have been sucking swill?"

        Well, my friend, her is what FRENCH toilet water is running these days ...............

        http://www.beautybar.com/p/bvlgari-petits-et-mamans-eau-de-toilette-108529

        Yes, that's $56 for 3.4 ounces --- that's three point four.

        We can only assume that French and toilet water are both ON topic and that deadmeant, the clever intellectual that he is, has drawn the proper conclusions using subtle differences.

      • Deadmeat sez:
        "Looks like the class clowns, rshmucket, techfool, and squamish sells cancer, by the seashore, can't tell the difference from a political post that rah rah's one candidate over another, and a post about politics that affects the general market with a stock, that reflects market perform"
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        If intelligence was gasoline - deadmeat wouldn't have enough to drive around a BB.

      • Deadmeat sez:
        "Looks like the class clowns, rshmucket, techfool, and squamish sells cancer, by the seashore, can't tell the difference from a political post that rah rah's one candidate over another, and a post about politics that affects the general market with a stock, that reflects market perform"
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        You apparently picked that up when you were getting your water samples for your taste test!!!

        Deadmest sez:]11 minutes ago
        "tap water versus toilet water.

        I prefer mine from the tap"
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        nine out of 10 wannabes prefer "tap water" over "toilet water"!!!!!

      • Deadmeat sez:'
        "I know that is a fine distinction, but so is tap water versus toilet water.

        I prefer mine from the tap. Guess where the three stooges have been sucking swill"
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        We've been drinking BOTTLED water - - - but quick question - - - - how many toilets did you have to drink from to compare, before you decided you "prefer yours from the tap".

        You definitely need to revisit where you got your definition of "going to war" from - - - - - so far it's been embarrassingly pathetic!!!!!!

    • I am looking at the futures now and is down like a 100+- points. I am also looking at Level 2 quotes. I am seeing AA only down few pennies. If the market rebound later, maybe we will see AA in green. If the market goes down more, then AA will stay in red most likely. We don't know what will happen today. I am hoping the market will rebound. Maybe I will average down more if the price is right. Ok, time to pray!=:)

 
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