The what? Whoever they are, and whatever they are trying to "telegraph," they appear to be about as dim as a 15 watt bulb on a sunny afternoon.
BTW, the media uses the word "telegraph" in excess, so grab a Thesaurus and stay a step ahead.
Here's another: "... when it departed for an overnight flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing at 12:40 a.m. March 8."
Using Numerology, the time is 1 + 2 + 4 = 7.
If one used the abbreviated European style: 08 + 03 + 14, = 16, with 1 + 6 = 7.
The date is: 3 + 8 + 2 + 0 + 1 + 4 = 18, which reduces to 9.
Shucky darns; why do your words sound more sinister than warm and fuzzy?
I think Somebody might want to hire an editor before they let more crapola hit the wires.
The story still sounds like it's in the making. A 777 isn't an amphib, nor can it land on a dirt airstrip out in the weeds.
From a current Reuters story on Yahoo: "...had its communications deliberately disabled and its last signal came about seven and a half hours after takeoff, meaning it could ..."
And the final line of: "The current search involved 14 countries, 43 ships and 58 aircraft."
I don't think it's a coincidence that the numbers in the sentence above = 25, which in Numerology, breaks down to 7. 14 + 43 + 58 is 5 + 7 + 13 = 25 , which is further reduced to 2 + 5 = 7.
And "...about 7 and a half hours..." is 7 + 5 = 12, which reduces to 3.
Is it just me, or does anyone else see how the numbers 7 and to a lesser degree, 3, keep popping up into the details of the stories?
Thursday at the end of one of the segments, there was a shot of 3 or maybe 4 males walking toward a doorway. Subliminal message?, or just some guys exiting stage right?
I took profits.
As the saying goes: "One can never be too rich nor too thin."
I've taken a few steps back from the Chuck Wagon, as the Holiday 7 or 8 still seem to be hangin' around in all the wrong places.
Jobwise, I've not yet been interviewed for something that would interest me, so I've stopped applying. When the BLS gets round to adding me to the "discouraged worker" count, you'll know this country is headed for The Greatest Depression.
The bag has "Bunny Mix" printed above the logo.
Easter apparently isn't PC in the candy aisle any longer.
I'm my usual grumpy and lazy self; watching stocks and waiting for the day Buffett can say BH shares have lost 50% 5 times since inception.
Funny how often those experts get it wrong; take some of the folks on CNBC for example.
I'm sure some wish I were on that MIA flight.
Here's a real puzzler: Why do the new M & M's have some silly looking monkey faces on some in the Easter version? What happened to the Easter Bunny?
Watch the movie "Evan Almighty" and you'll be set, along with a few good laughs.
It's difficult to say; I was looking for 1860 S&P close, but whatever the close is today, I think tomorrow will be red around the globe.
How weird. I woke up very early this AM because I was dreaming about not being able to shut off a dishwasher, and it was spewing water all over. Turned the dial both directions, and finally opened the door. A wave of water whooshed out, and the motor kept running.
Anybody wanna Shrink Wrap that dream?
Bumper music is by design. A classic CNBC used to be to play "Paint It Black" by the Stone during a red market. Miraculously, indices would head higher or go positive an astonishingly high percent of the time.
that exceeds mine.
A weak strategy is always anticipated by one who has more on the ball, or, perhaps in this case; One who has a finger on the trigger.
Diplomacy has its place, and the media is far and away from it.
Not all bears hibernate, and a Spring Fling seems to be out of the question. Not one self proclaimed or media maven has yet called the top. Gotta have the Mark Haines equivalent on the top of the chart hearlding the call; hopefully, that won't be that last, so to speak.
Yepper do; as in waving a Bull red flag for more upside, perhaps not today.
Kerry and Obama are ineffectual puppets who are dragged out onto the world stage every now and then.
Most recently, the Syrian dog and pony show, and now the Ukraine and associated events.
Makes for some 18 hour headlines in this 24/7 media makebelieve marketplace.