I got switched into the new Yahoo format before. Now I am back. Whoever designed that at Yahoo must be on crack.
99!!! signing in the 2nd quarter in 9 different deals on 3 continents. Today's South African deal is in the 3rd quarter.
Since April 1st:. April 5th India (5). April 7th Japan (1). April 13. China (10). April 14 Taiwan (2). April 19 Germany (1). May 2nd China (10). May 11 China (40). June 22 USA (25). June 22 Europe (5). This is the headline for next week's earnings release.
The cops are trigger afraid. They are too trigger afraid. If they think there is even a 1 percent chance they will be hurt, they start shooting. Years ago if they killed someone mistakenly they could say the person, "lunged" at me, or they could even plant a knife. Now everyone has a camera and this is much harder to do.
The Dallas police blew the sniper up with a robot. The cops established a relationship with him over the phone. Then they must have said they were delivering something to him by robot to prevent him from moving when the slow robot approached. Then they might have said, "well do you have the water, the bible?" or whatever. When he said yes, they detonated the bomb by radio.
Having said this, the cops have to stop being so trigger happy. They have been accidentally killing people for decades, but now everyone is carrying a camera. A trigger happy cop who kills in Minnesota can set off a madman in Dallas.
These candidates are the worst since my first Presidential election in 1972 when it was Nixon and McGovern. The respective running mates they picked were Agnew and Eagleton. I predict that there will be something terribly wrong with Trump's and Clinton's choices of running mates.
Phillip Pettit and Chesly Sullenberger both did their amazing feats in NYC. You are right Sully will not be a big box office draw. But I will be going. I hope it does not get too cornball. I.E. Sullenberger as a little kid being punished in school for playing with paper planes instead of paying attention.
How do you make a movie out of Sullenberger? He is a man who had a perfectly ordinary life. Then he did something remarkable. But what he did only took 2 minutes of time. How do you make a 2 hour movie out of that?
It was 35 dollars five years ago and seven and a half years ago it was 2 dollars and 41 cents. I was listening to MSNBC this morning and they said French opinion polls showed more opposition to the EU than the British before the vote. They may be next. Diversity is highly overrated. We had a gay pride event in NYC yesterday and I almost became physically ill.
It kind of looks like late 2008 again, where the 3 indexes went down sharply, with Imax declining more sharply than the worst of them. It did it on Friday and it is doing it again.
People who are a little older will remember 1989 and the fall of Communism in eastern Europe. Now I am not saying the European Union is anything like Communism, but the instinct for independence is strong. What happened in the UK. last night is going to spread very, very fast.
Brexit is winning by 3.5 percent with 75 percent of the votes counted. According to CNBC, as as 11:50PM eastern, the implied opening of the Dow is down 600 points. What is funny is that the scientific polls said it would be close, but the betting shops said that Brexit would lose easily and the stock markets were all up indicating that investors thought Brexit would fail, so the commentators on CNBC today said the betting shops and the markets were right. One guy even told Joe Kernan he was 99 percent sure Brexit would fail.
On CNBC they are saying that the vote on Thursday points to the UK rejecting Brexit and that is why the US market is having such a great day. The murder of that parliamentarian by a madman who favored Brexit was a much deeper shock to the Brits than it would have been to us.
It seems these food businesses that tout how "natural" they are, are weak on basic cleanliness.