Something else funny: The odds of me answering
someone older than I, are 100-1
Experience counts and
it has been a wonderful experience. When all of my
friends and I get our shorts covered we might change our
tune. But until then, time is on my side.
S with a capital or otherwise? Do you know anyone
that is long and has gains? (That is also truthful)
Preserve your capital with govt. bills. The rates are
getting better all the time.
Voting one way or the
other will not do a thing for you in the way of
preserving your capital. The Board would like you to vote
yea to give them greater flexibility in the future.
(Now that is scary if you see what they have done in
the past.) I think we need a whole new board. That
can be easily arranged as any multi billionaire can
Ms Starkweather. What we have here is a chain of
mid priced motels and a med reit invested in all the
wrong areas. They don't have a clue what their core
business is and Eichner isn't around to advise. It would
be a blessing if they did liquidate but nobody wants
them. What makes sense about selling property that was
held for less than a year? Whimsical management. No
maam I don't see Warren Buffet here or even in the
same ball game with the Bass clan. I am definitely
moving on. Who needs this crap?
There are REITs and then there is MT. I only have
a few shares in my IRA. Can't use the loss in
there. I am begining to realize this show is over and
it's time to hit the road. The humor was refreshing
and helped ease the pain. I'm going back to
Selling property to cover dividends is a no brainer and
it appears that's what Mr Taylor was hired to do. I
don't want to be around for the bruhaha.