Another Margaret Whitman? Can the parrots back him?!
The 40-year old former assistant Treasury secretary, dubbed "the $700 billion man" when he ran the Troubled Assets Relief Program bailing out banks after the 2008 economic crash, hasn't declared that he's running next year against Gov. Jerry Brown in what would be his first political campaign.
But Kashkari - who is pro-choice, favors same-sex marriage rights and voted for Barack Obama in 2008 - is talking like a candidate on a mission to rebrand a California Republican Party that is tired of losing.
she got laid off a year ago....after 10 years.... she's moved on, doesn't now know anyone in this group .... i suggest u write a personal letter via U.S. mail to IR just explaining your view....
lol, that's a hoot!
ched, can you return to SM via 108 to 580 and into Sunnyvale to ask them in-person?
last thursday u said u would call them and post what happened....so what happened?
"told u yesterday ."
The parrots care exactly zip,zero, zilch about anyone else!
You could sneak back aboard this message board with a totally new name
and the parrots would care less about the previous you "disappearing".
it's just money and ego for the parrots, even their politics are really just ego trips for themselves!
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"The D.C. metro area is home to eight of the eleven U.S. counties with the highest median income, including the top three: Loudon, Fairfax, and Arlington—all in Northern Virginia—are the only counties in the country where median incomes exceed $100,000 per year. In comparison, Palo Alto's San Mateo County is just $85,000 per year, while Westchester, New York, or Fairfield, Connecticut, register just above $75,000 per year. "
Cut gubmint spending is so abhorent a concept to manhattan parrots that they flap their left wings so rapidly that they then fly in circles!
"let me clarify.i send them all my posts 2 days ago.i haven't heard since then."
This is not a winning strategy!
They have all your posts for cryin' out loud!
Take the initiative. Call them!
How can you expect someone to step in and try to help you
if you've been way too passive??
p.s. note the parrots have done absolutely zilch to try and help you...
i know a couple of people who tried to get refi's through Chase when the rates dropped......and oh my gosh Chase kept losing their paperwork! or didn't even receive their paperwork. yeah right.
that was worse than gross.
Parrots like fairy tales, so ........
Feinstein defends Obama over spying on allies
DiFi says 'no one knew' Merkel was being bugged by U.S.
Sometimes one of the parrots here speaks pidgin.
Funny...or just plain weird?!
"Fundamentally, a pidgin is a simplified means of linguistic communication, as it is constructed impromptu, or by convention, between individuals or groups of people.
A pidgin may be built from words, sounds, or body language from multiple other languages and cultures.
Pidgins allow people or a group of people to communicate with each other without having any similarities in language and do not have any rules, as long as both parties are able to understand each other.
Pidgins can be changed and do not follow a specific order."
This past summer, an enterprising group of wild Quaker Parrots (AKA Monk Parakeets) attempted to establish a foothold on the island of Manhattan. While these parrots are numerous in the outer boroughs, Manhattan has always been a "forbidden zone," either because of efforts by City authorities to exclude them from "The Rock" or by the unfriendly actions of private citizens who object to their presence here.
By early August, the parrots were on the verge of establishing a thriving colony close to the Hudson River near 145th Street, but then disaster -- in the form of a group of free-range human predators from the adjacent neighborhood -- completely destroyed their habitat.
Fortunately, the parrots were able to escape with their lives, and have now commenced rebuilding their nest at a more secure location. For obvious security reasons, the precise location cannot be revealed here, but it is within a short parrot's flight from their original habitat. If work continues at a normal pace, this new nest should be ready to protect them by the time that cold weather sets in.
"Lord above knows
how i loathe
called Tobacco Road.
But it's home,
the only life i've ever known..."
It was dramatized for Broadway in 1933, and ran for a then-astounding eight years (3,182 performances).
The lieutenant saw it a number of times during its original run!
Alongside Jeeter’s preoccupation with farming the land is his preoccupation with his own imminent death. His wife Ada as well is fixated on her death, but their morbidity does not take the form of lamentation or self-pity. Ada’s main concern is that she not be buried in her tattered, old, out-of-style calico dress, while Jeeter’s main concern is that his body not be left in the old corn storage shed where it might be eaten by rats. He has had a terrible phobia of rats ever since he saw his dead father’s face half-eaten by a rat the day of his funeral. Neither of these two characters have any doubts that they are going to die sometime soon, and it is not their present life but their lifeless bodies which they care about most. Possibly they realize that their way of life is already dead; thus their primary concern becomes not the preservation of that life but its appearance during burial.