You have no idea of my accomplishments and what we live on. And I did retire, in my 50's with no government checks until I drew Social Security at 62. And I paid in, at the maximum for quite a while. And I paid into the SS pool so I feel I earned it. Now - go suck down another cheap beer, have a smoke or 20, order more Trump stickers and leave the adults on Yahoo sites alone. Because you are being blocked for being a blockhead with nothing to add to this forum.
Why would anyone be embarrassed about receiving a pension that was part of their employment? I fail to see your point. Unless, of course, you were unable to pass a test to GET appointed to a government job.
Same here. I checked in a few days ago for the first time and was amazed at the political #$%$ spewing from the mouths of the ignorant. But I can't help myself. I just like to irritate them. Not a word about BAC.
I don't know where you got that information but the Federal Government does pay a pension. Until 1983 it was Civil Service anyone elected, appointed or hired after that has FERS. Federal Employee Retirement System which is a combination of a pension, based on salary and years of service, and Social Security. Your elected Federal officials fall under one or the other depending on when there first day of service was. I've been over all that with my congressman.
Sorry. You've got the wrong person. Shows what happens when jackazzes jump to conclusions. If you will check my posting history you will find I go back years and years with only 1 name.
No one was worse then the 3 Amigos. Reagan, Bush, Bush. Especially the last Bush who has the IQ of a Jacaranda tree.
Why don't you go do something to yourself that's physically impossible. This is an INVESTMENT BOARD. Not FOX News.
Under the state laws that CBRL is organized under, owning 20% or more of the stock makes those shares non voting shares. At 19.9% Biglari has voting rights. At 20% he would have none. His 'ideas' for CBRL were just plain STUPID. He wanted the corp. to BORROW money to pay a 'special dividend,' and hoped that there was enough greed in the shareholders to give him a seat on the board to accomplish that goal.
You must not eat at CBRL. I've never had a problem. I've bought and sold CBRL a multitude of times and got interested in the stock because of the food and service. Never have regretted it. I try to not have more than $100,000.00 in any one stock and CBRL worked out great for the past 5 years. I currently have zero CBRL, having sold it a short while back at $150.00+ with a CB of $123.00. Put that in AFL which is up over 16% since.
Seems to be nothing but spammers on this site. I blocked some and now I don't get any posts!! Too bad Yahoo doesn't care enough to block them from posting or are they paying Yahoo for letting them put up their #$%$