110 to 220... 100%. And poof, that stockpile of gunpowder is gone. Just like you will be when this board dies.
I use one ID numnuts. Always did, always will. Like I said, see you on the new SPY board if you have nothing to hide. I suspect you'll end up creating a new Yahoo account to avoid being revealed for the BS'er you are. Sayonara #$%$.
You're the one who made it sound like Brexit was an issue, not me. I never saw it as such, hence I saw no reason for any 'actions' to handle it. Between the 'glitches' and 'ppt' and all the other conspiratorial BS you keep pumping out, it's a wonder you still have any 'gunpowder' left from 2000 and 2008... whatever. See you (and not your aliases) on the new message board, if you dare show your face there. hahah.
and you are one of them. go ahead, post a message on the new board. let's see how you manage without a dozen aliases.
Earlier this year MSFT added SSTK API to to Powerpoint. Now GOOG.is also integrating access to their services. Take that ADBE.
@9:02 am Shutterstock announced an API integration with Google (GOOG) (SSTK) : The image licensing deal provides Google's digital and mobile display advertising products, including Adsense, Adwords, and Admob, with access to Shutterstock's collection of more than 90 million images for license. Google's technology programmatically matches professional images to ad copy, while assessing the advertisement performance. Shutterstock's API solution allows Google to test the performance of imagery with copy, directly inside its advertising products, making them more relevant to the increasing complexities of digital advertising.
Google joins AOL, Salesforce and Sprinklr in integrating Shutterstock search capabilities directly into their products.
I do not think there will be any significant reaction. UK voting to leave was a surprise. UK invoking article 50 is completely expected.
good bank bad bank split... duh.
There's someone here who posts with a 'blutarsky' ID and I thought you had confused me with him. I am a left-leaning Canadian. Even if I could vote in the US election, I would never vote for either Clinton or Trump. In a race between Clinton, Trump, and Sanders I would choose Bernie hands-down.
I admit I do not know the intricacies of the US electoral system, but if it does not permit a third party to take power, then that is a serious deficiency.
Please don't insinuate that I post with multiple ID's. As I have stated on numerous occasions I only use this one. As far as Sanders membership, sure many people know hie was an independent. That does not mean that running under the Dems did not vastly increase his popularity than it would have if he had run as an independent from day 1.
I agree Japan is the closest point of reference. But a lot has changed since the 80's. For example, China is now an economic powerhouse. Growth there is still reasonably strong. and their demographics should keep it growing for many more years. Other developing nations like India will also drive growth. It is such nations that hold the cards as to whether there is collapse and ruin or the world pulls out of the money pit and recovers. Doom and ruin is not a given in this different scenario..
I think strategically it was beneficial to tag along with the Democratic party. It offered him the opportunity to get his views across to the masses. Now that he is well-known and his positions well understood, it makes sense to move over to a party that is better aligned with his principles. I for one would be disappointed if he does not carry his efforts to their logical conclusion by continuing a run for president as leader of another party.
Of course no one can predict the future. Given the current scenario, I'd be interested to know what you think the odds are the central banks and government manage to pull the world financial systems and economy out of this highly atypical situation. I give them a 60/40 chance to succeed.
Will he step up to the plate and bat for the Green Team? Maybe this is why he has yet to endorse Clinton.
@Bernie Sanders has been invited to continue his underdog bid for the White House by the Green party’s probable presidential candidate, who has offered to step aside to let him run. Jill Stein, who is expected to be endorsed at the party’s August convention in Houston, told Guardian US that “overwhelming” numbers of Sanders supporters are flocking to the Greens rather than Hillary Clinton. Stein insisted that her presidential bid has a viable “near term goal” of reaching 15% in national polling, which would enable her to stand alongside presumptive nominees Clinton and Donald Trump in televised election debates. But in a potentially destabilising move for the Democratic party, and an exciting one for Sanders’ supporters, the Green party candidate said she was willing to stand aside for Sanders.
But it doesn't matter anyway. Obama will simply veto the bill.
@By voice vote Thursday, lawmakers passed two amendments directed at Chicago-based Boeing, which had offered Iranian airlines three models of new aircraft to replace the country's aging fleet. The amendment was added to a financial services spending bill that the House cleared by vote of 239-185. The House must reconcile differences between its bill and the Senate's version. The Obama administration is certain to threaten to veto any legislation that undermines the nuclear agreement with Iran.