Now you know that logic and thinking only disturb the RWNJ mind.
They need a "" PLACE "" and a "" PEOPLE "" where there is EEEEVVVIIIIILLLLLL to be stamped out.
It must be nice to live in their one dimensional fantasy world.
No I don't think that the market is lacking in willing buyers. The absence of sharp drops backs up this position.
Many times I have seen hawfaeces liquidity post and said to myself. Self the market must be going up because the old geezer is pissd.
Yet again it is correct.
Nonsense, The market may crash if deflation gets going, that is the only worry. It is likely that foreign money is propping up the market now. There are no alternative investments.
Probably got insider info on the coming energy revolution involving nukeler shoes.
Yeah you should stick to just political insults. Your board scientist role is much in doubt after opining that nuk elur reactions can occur in shoes by rubbing them.
The board scientist revealed that atoms could be split in shoes by rubbing them against other unspecified surfaces, assumed to be commonly available like hardwood floors or carpet..
Now we can turn shoes ( discarded ones work ) into powerful energy through an invention known as a cycloshoesan. It will harness the heat from nuclear reaction in discarded shoes to power trillions of homes in the USA. And the secret ingredient is just rubbing them against the proper surface.
A new twist on centrifuges I guess. All hail the board scientist.
I know at this point he must be joking us. The dunning kruger is not a part of these posts.
Anyway here is the latest wisdom on how many "volts" are involved in shoe generated static electricity.
Static electricity alone is like 10^15 NV if I did the conversion correctly, but that is not my cup of tea, like anything learned is not your cup of tea
Now what is a NV. I recon V is a Volt but what is the N. Could it be Nano ???t
That ain't many volts.
Maybe its "nut job volts"
Anyway it will be interesting to hear just how many regular old Volts it takes to split an atom in a shoe.