I take a dim view when my well composed, factual, and articulated statements are destructed, before I completed a factual sentence, and stated the obvious.
Just a couple bites away from my noodles and whatever else I have in the mix. A spoon didn't get the job done, and now I have to rise up from the sofa and retrieve a fork from the kitchen. I'm so lazy, I have you bamboozled.
Somehow, my full question of: "How much Greek debt does China hold?" simply didn't post.
I really don't know, but some is a logical answer, as Greece has some very nice real estate, and other assets that lenders will choose to take in lieu of payment on a debt.
Don't you think for a minute that the same thing can't happen here in the USA. We are hocked to the hairline, and I'm not talkin' about any bikini line during this upcoming swimsuit season.
debt does China hold? I don't know, but FWIW; a few warships rollin' in to occupy those very scenic Greek Islands, would get the Germans, the EU, and the IMF payin' the stepbrothers' debts, and living expenses. Tossing Russia into the mix puts another hand into the chess game, and then the hour of power becomes a fascinating diversion of a sideshow.
It's all good, until it isn't. And most folks don't have a Sell price per share preset, when they buy any financial instrument.
Never. If anyone dared to state the obvious, they would be out of a job, and have a legal hassle to handle. It's a method of keeping the politicians under the thumb of the Big Tree.
Your Words: ""Comply, don't die"."
Interesting statement, as about 45 years ago, my male parent said to me: "Conformity is the name of the game."
Rebel Rose didn't adjust then, and I've highlighted in Frozen Fiefdom how he and my mom shared examples of what happens to those who don't. OMG! I have much to publish, and my newest chapter will have many interested in dental work. Chipper Do!
A fascinating extrapolation, and today was op ex, so we all know that Greece checking out will be billed as "Greece Relief." However, does anyone else recall MCC and her 'coverage' of what CNBC called the Greek Crisis about 2.5 years ago? And how the Greeks were" starving"? Kinda funny how the media spin is spun to fit the agenda of the week.
Race won't be an issue; we've had a black male in the WH, now a female will be runnin' the show. Not Hillary, so who's on the ticket?
I've been waiting, and it hasn't happened yet. Now, I wouldn't be surprised to see the DOW at 21,600, and the SPX at around 2500, before Nov. of 2016 elections. Then, a most impressive collapse.
I'm unemployed and on a very limited budget. My 25 shares of HAL are up almost $10 pps, and yes, I do wish I had purchased more shares of HAL $10 lower. Tis the season, no doubt about it!
and poofed out on the other. Olive green top/outfit, as the DOW and SPX tagged green as I'm typing.
And what's on tap for the CONsumer savings at the pump gunna be when WTI is back at $65 bbl for the "summer driving season"?
Where is Elizabeth? Fred Sanford still talks to her...It's all a media circus and side show.
Rand Paul has plenty of good ideas, and has much to say, as do I. His political prowess is near zero; and I'm fascinated by that Drudgereport story of him be photoed as shirtless, and covered with large patches of mud. So reminiscent of how Putin is portrayed in our USA media; no CONnection, but an extrapolation of the larger agenda is up close, and in my face.
Hillary is a former First Lady, and a former Secretary of State. She has experience in the arena of politics, but wisdom is an attribute that one gains by living in the real world.
Stating the obvious isn't a solution.
And that "Look Over There!" method of distraction is overused, and will be used again. No surprise to me that the NYP hosted a very unflattering cover of Ms. Hillary the other day.
I froze a couple of plastic containers, and had a thawed and reheated serving tonight.
Maybe in a side by side comparison, I might be able to tell the fresh batch from the frozen and reheated. Regardless, it was as good, if not better, than the day it went into the freezer.
I don't enjoy cooking, but I do enjoy good food. My mac and cheese stovetop is very yummy.
Right. The Rut 2k was ballpark ATH.
I just know that small biz's are clickin' and the eCONomy is hummin' right along; according to Janet and the Fed it is.
I'm one of five middle aged Americans. One is self employed, one is employed by the State of Alaska, three are between employment opportunities, and not one of us are counted in the Obama monthly count, as unemployed. I'm simply fascinated by the hoodwinking, and number massaging that the BLS uses. And, if and when Somebody counts my body, and those of my 2 unemployed sibs, in a real number; you can bet your sweet one that I'll check the stats.