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  • pantone101naturalblondie pantone101naturalblondie Jul 24, 2012 1:07 PM Flag

    Stock and circumstances

    Since this topic has strayed far from Richard's "Amazon needs Akam" I am going to make it a new topic. I'm replying to your 23 July 2:02 PM post 248282 at

    http://messages.finance.yahoo.com/Stocks_%28A_to_Z%29/Stocks_A/threadview?m=tm&bn=700&tid=248049&mid=248282

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    >>The money is a problem but remember this guy is a PHD candidate. He'd be smart enough to outfit himself.<<

    Because of ¥'s sensibilities, I omitted the detailed part of the quote. But I can quote some of the fourth (full) paragraph under that same subtitle "Holmes was clearly provided with exotic gear" (bold emphasis is the author's):

    <It was a carefully planned,*heavily funded* and technically advanced . . . .>

    http://www.westernjournalism.com/was-colorado-shooting-staged-by-the-government/

    http://www.
    westernjournalism.com/was-colorado-shooting-staged-by-the-government/

    Do smart, unemployed PHD candidates usually have access to $20,000 together with the contacts for procuring exotic military equipment "much of which is very difficult for civilians to get"?

    On a different note, this seems like a good compilation of information from Apple's suppliers.

    http://seekingalpha.com/article/738871-apple-earnings-preview-insights-from-its-suppliers-and-the-road-ahead

    http://
    seekingalpha.com/article/738871
    -apple-earnings-preview-insights-from
    -its-suppliers-and-the-road-ahead

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    • pantone101naturalblondie pantone101naturalblondie Jul 24, 2012 4:06 PM Flag

      PE, guess what . . . again . . .

      http://messages.finance.yahoo.com/Stocks_%28A_to_Z%29/Stocks_A/threadview?m=tm&bn=700&tid=248304&mid=248304

      http://
      messages.finance.yahoo.com/
      Stocks_%28A_to_Z%29/Stocks_A/threadview
      ?m=tm&bn=700&tid=248304&mid=248304

    • parisak@rogers.com parisak Jul 27, 2012 6:21 PM Flag

      I really dont know what you talk about!

    • >>Isn't something out in the open, seemingly innocent, sometimes the cleverest cover?<<

      Do you really think this government is that clever?

      >> . . . Holmes was one of six neuroscience students at the school to get the grant money.><<

      So he wasn't a one-off. That makes it less likely it wasn't legit.

      >>Uh huh. Might he have learned that medical ruse from Health and Human Services?<<

      Or his lawyer.

    • pantone101naturalblondie pantone101naturalblondie Jul 28, 2012 1:36 PM Flag

      >>Do you really think this government is that clever?<<

      It's entrenched in the White House and in DC by means of a coup, isn't it? And this government has redistributed to itself the people's money, has taken over the auto, student loans, and healthcare industries and more in debilitating our economy, and has emasculated and debilitated our military. And now is striving to give over our sovereignty to the UN. That all takes _some_ cleverness.

      >>So he [Joker Holmes] wasn't a one-off. That makes it less likely it wasn't legit.<<

      To a degree. Does the government sometimes award just one scholarship or grant?

      >>Or his lawyer [told him to feign amnesia].<<

      That I'll buy lock, stock, and barrel. I wonder if his lawyer is a government-intimidated one . . . like all the ones handling the lawsuits concerning O's legitimacy have seemed to be . . . or a government-hire.

      On another note, can you imagine the implications of this? I wonder how WSI reacted to it.

      http://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2012/07/26/whs_carney_refuses_to_name_the_capital_of_israel.html

      http://www.
      realclearpolitics.com/video/2012/07/26/whs_carney
      _refuses_to_name_the_capital_of_israel.html

    • >>It's entrenched in the White House and in DC by means of a coup, isn't it? And this government has redistributed to itself the people's money, has taken over the auto, student loans, and healthcare industries and more in debilitating our economy, and has emasculated and debilitated our military. And now is striving to give over our sovereignty to the UN. That all takes _some_ cleverness.<<

      Yes but he could have okayed the Keystone pipeline, extended the Bush tax cuts for everyone and talked about reducing corporate taxes thereby rallying the economy and assuring four more years to establish the socialist utopia into which he wants to fundamentally transform us. Instead he stuck to his rigid ideology, screwed the economy and will now probably get beat in which case most of that which he's already accomplished will get wiped out. That's not very clever.

      >>To a degree. Does the government sometimes award just one scholarship or grant?<<

      Probably not but they might have gone out of their way for this guy (haven't heard that though).

      >>On another note, can you imagine the implications of this? I wonder how WSI reacted to it.<<

      It's beyond me to understand how he could end up with the vote of those of the Judaeo persuasion.

    • pantone101naturalblondie pantone101naturalblondie Jul 29, 2012 1:35 PM Flag

      >>Yes but he could have okayed the Keystone pipeline, extended the Bush tax cuts for everyone and talked about reducing corporate taxes thereby rallying the economy and assuring four more years to establish the socialist utopia into which he wants to fundamentally transform us. Instead he stuck to his rigid ideology, screwed the economy and will now probably get beat in which case most of that which he's already accomplished will get wiped out. That's not very clever.<<

      Totally true. So it begs the question . . . have Obama and/or his globalist handlers simply ceased being clever, or are they confident — because of a yet-to-be-implemented October surprise such as what the four insiders have been discussing — he will remain in office?

      >>. . . Does the government sometimes award just one scholarship or grant?<<

      Probably not but they might have gone out of their way for this guy (haven't heard that though).

      In the Coast to Coast interview last night, Roger Tolces mentioned an InfoWars article. Does this sound farfetched to you?

      http://www.infowars.com/overwhelming-evidence-mounts-indicating-colorado-shooting-staged/

      http://www.
      infowars.com/overwhelming-evidence-mounts
      -indicating-colorado-shooting-staged/

      Guess who twice so far blocked my post. I will skip to this and try the rest when I get back . . .

      FINALLY some good news re my efforts. All at once things moved faster and faster yesterday, culminating in the sealing of the deal (part 2) I'd been working toward. Pop pop, fizz fizz, oh what a relief it is! Plus, a surprise element enhanced to a HUGE degree the benefit to me!! Now I hope to unwind a bit at a picnic to which I'm bringing my starved appetite along with my contribution. To be continued . . .

    • >> . . . have Obama and/or his globalist handlers simply ceased being clever, or are they confident — because of a yet-to-be-implemented October surprise<<

      We will find out in a couple of months. It's even possible there could be an October surprise that goes the other way.

      >>In the Coast to Coast interview last night, Roger Tolces mentioned an InfoWars article. Does this sound farfetched to you? <<

      That's Manchurian Candidate sort of stuff. I don't know if that sort of mind control is possible. It seems farfetched to me but I've seen people do bizarre things under post hypnotic suggestion with which they certainly wouldn't embarrass themselves if they were in full command of their faculties. But could people be made to commit murder? Maybe if they might have committed murder anyway.

      >> . . . All at once things moved faster and faster yesterday, culminating in the sealing of the deal (part 2) I'd been working toward. Pop pop, fizz fizz, oh what a relief it is! Plus, a surprise element enhanced to a HUGE degree the benefit to me!! . . .<<

      Congratulations. Time to party.

    • pantone101naturalblondie pantone101naturalblondie Jul 30, 2012 9:34 AM Flag

      >>We will find out in a couple of months. It's even possible there could be an October surprise that goes the other way.<<

      Sheriff Arpaio had better be working double-time and doubly fast.

      >>That's Manchurian Candidate sort of stuff. I don't know if that sort of mind control is possible. It seems farfetched to me but I've seen people do bizarre things under post hypnotic suggestion with which they certainly wouldn't embarrass themselves if they were in full command of their faculties. But could people be made to commit murder? Maybe if they might have committed murder anyway.<<

      It sounds farfetched to me, too. But so does quantum physics. :-) Aren't there drugs that can make people hallucinate?

      >>Congratulations. Time to party.<<

      Thanks, PE. The surprise element is the best part of all, and I don't think I can take credit for that. The timing was almost uncanny, a matter of minutes before the deal could've had a successful, but mundane, conclusion. I didn't party yesterday, but I sure picnicked. :-) And there they announced another one today, so I'm off again in about three hours because I have to go to the store first. After two days in a row I will welcome with relief a day with _no_ picnic.

      Look at what just landed from Dow Jones . . . <Mountain Lion Downloads Top Three Million> and <Mountain Lion Most Successful OS X Release In History>. Sure can't hurt the stock!

    • >> . . . Aren't there drugs that can make people hallucinate?<<

      Yes and probably make people compliant or aggressive. . . but I think there would have to be someone constantly in contact with and upon whom the subject is dependent for anything like what were talking about to happen.

      >>Look at what just landed from Dow Jones . . . <Mountain Lion Downloads Top Three Million> and <Mountain Lion Most Successful OS X Release In History>. Sure can't hurt the stock!<<

      Turns out I bought my Mac Mini ten days too early to get a copy for free.

    • pantone101naturalblondie pantone101naturalblondie Jul 31, 2012 12:35 PM Flag

      >>Yes and probably make people compliant or aggressive. . . but I think there would have to be someone constantly in contact with and upon whom the subject is dependent for anything like what were talking about to happen.<<

      Such a conspiracy does sound like a stretch, but the attack's confluence with the then-imminent United Nations Arms Trade Treaty (I'm pretty sure discussion was scheduled for the next day) was so convenient that I'm not entirely convinced the gunning was the Joker's random act of spontaneous mans.laughter.

      >>Turns out I bought my Mac Mini ten days too early to get a copy for free.<<

      I wonder if Apple times its releases for x number of days after major-size deliveries. But don't worry, now you can buy the new iPhone and new iPad a few days too soon for their next updated OS. :-)

      I wonder what will be the fallout from what's being billed as the patent trial of the century. Chewing nails . . . crunch, crunch . . .

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