"Always tries to bate people."
Mike, did you even finish the third grade? I know, words with more than three letters are tough for you to spell.
All politicians may be liars, but Bill, and Hillary have taken it to the next level. You might remember that Bill was impeached for perjury. Hillary may face the same charges. Trump doesn't even come close.
Neither candidate is worth a warm bucket of spit. Hillary is a congenital liar, and Trump is an narcissistic egomaniac. The best solution would be for the VP nominees to run aginst each other. There would be a sigh of relief heard around the world.
Wallisweaver has no other life except running for coffee and donuts during tax season in Willow Creek. The scary part is that he actually believes he is influencing Intel's share price and voter decisions. He is a legend in his own mind.
Intel recalls watches because they may cause blistering of the skin. However, Intel's CEO says those who choose to keep their watches may find them useful in heating coffee--another unexpected innovation in the IoT.
You and wallisweaver should get together for a comedy routine. He can be Humpity Hump, and you can be Trumpity Trump. You could practice in the parking lot of the Bigfoot Motel in Willow Creek. Tell Intel jokes.
So much for Cramer's contention that 6 percent domestic SSS were needed to maintain investor support. Stock up after the CC and Cramer having to rethink his dire prediction.
Haven't used my laptop for awhile, so checked out the new format there. Will have to side with the critics. It's slow and reminds me of someone wearing mismatched shirt, tie and coat, along with cargo pants with suspenders and flip flops.
Yahoo says there is a new format, but it does not appear on my iPad. Was the old format to disappear and the new format to appear automatically, or is there an app?
I'm one of those who switched from Netflix disc to Netflix streaming. Unsubscribed to the Netflix streaming program in two days after learning about the limited content. Until that changes, the stock will continue to fall. Contrary to Cramer's thinking, it's not about the price increase, it's about content.
Again, my point is that I don't believe Howard Schultz marches to Jim Cramer's drum. There are all kinds of pundits/analysts who have an opinion about what earnings/revenue/margins just have to be in order to gain their blessing. I'm sure Schultz is aware of this, but I doubt that he pegs his company's goals on what Cramer thinks is needed for the company's success. Schultz may want Cramer to pump the stock, but doen't live or die by it.
If the purpose is to attract and retain good employees in a tight labor market, I see no "huge" problem. If there are other idealistic or ego-driven reasons, there could be a problem. It is no secret that Schultz is a very political animal. Run for the hills if you see him demonstrating with Black Lives Matter in Cleveland.