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earlybreak 8 posts  |  Last Activity: Jan 23, 2015 4:25 PM Member since: May 4, 2007
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    Obama Signals OK To Attack Israel

    by speedydekker Jan 23, 2015 2:25 PM
    earlybreak earlybreak Jan 23, 2015 4:25 PM Flag

    The upshot is that Netanyahu will address a joint session of Congress on March 3 - the third time he has had the honor - but will not meet Obama. He will also attend the policy conference of AIPAC, the influential pro-Israel lobby, a must for any Israeli leader.

    From Netanyahu's point of view, he achieves several goals, strutting his stuff in front of an applauding Republican-led Congress two weeks before Israelis vote on March 17.

    While that may not swing undecided voters, it is the sort of primetime appearance that can shore up the base and help Netanyahu, currently neck-and-neck with his center-left rivals in most polls, pip the opposition on the day.

    It also allows the prime minister, a staunch advocate of a tougher line against Iran, to beat that drum before a receptive audience and parade his credentials as a global security hawk, a message that plays well domestically.

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    by storytime617 Dec 12, 2014 4:09 PM
    earlybreak earlybreak Dec 12, 2014 8:09 PM Flag

    Real people say otherwise .This is a quote .Cycle 1 Day 15. No problems with the Ublituximab infusion. numbers just keep getting better and better. I had expected that the WBC and Lymphs would keep climbing but they are already on a downward trend. LDH was at 330 before treatment and is at 183 today. Don't have the exoskeleton pains but had a good case of nausea last night. All in all I feel better now than I did after the BR last year. Dr.Sharman used a graph to explain the difference between Ibrutinib by itself and when used in conjunction with Ublituximab. It looks like the Ublituximab assists the Ibrutinib in killing cll cells and causes faster reactions with fewer side effects. I hope that this trend continues and will be available for all of you in the very near future .Respones:So glad you are improving with the trial ----- I finished the last dose of Ublituximab on Nov. 5, and continue on the Ibrutinib, with no real side effects. I have an achy bone or joint occasionally, but, like you said....that may just be AGE. My WBC is coming down nicely (down to 20 now). Final scans showed that lymph nodes had further decreased by 10-15%. (Total of 85-100%).....therefore, I fall into the PARTIAL RESPONSE category. It feels so good to NOT be sinus infections, no pneumonia, no viruses or "bugs" of any kind since I started the trial. I think this is a wonderful combo and I'm so grateful to have had the opportunity to participate. Sounds like it's working for you, too.....Wish you the best !

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • earlybreak earlybreak Dec 8, 2014 11:36 AM Flag

    iluvcorruption • Nov 6, 2014 1:06 PM
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    shorted at $11.55 and was waiting for this drop, now $11.03 , some bad news out theflyonthewall
    falling faster than I expected.........TIMBERRRRR.............LOL the guy has no credibility O he is nothing.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • earlybreak earlybreak Nov 26, 2014 6:32 PM Flag

    LOL Like that LOL .Add on to Mr Beck ,limbaugh,Hannty,Trump and lets not forget Bill "O" And also Sir osis of liver himself tan man John Boehner HaHa LOL

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    Ferguson Rules of Engagement

    by speedydekker Nov 19, 2014 4:15 PM
    earlybreak earlybreak Nov 19, 2014 6:25 PM Flag

    speedy_-ant_living_off-me ??He must be you because you answer for him her or whatever you two or one are.His people is not fine when you consider the fact that he is biracial .The minority might become the majority one day within the next 20 or so years..

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    Ferguson Rules of Engagement

    by speedydekker Nov 19, 2014 4:15 PM
    earlybreak earlybreak Nov 19, 2014 4:54 PM Flag

    His people?Now what message are you trying to convey by saying his people.Are you a racist ?Sounds as if that may be the case .A person that hides behind a computer Hmmm grows some,my bet is in person you you don't have any.

    Sentiment: Hold

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    Tim Cook Is Proud To Be LGBTQ

    by speedydekker Oct 30, 2014 9:08 AM
    earlybreak earlybreak Oct 30, 2014 8:11 PM Flag

    Thats the dumbest thing i ever heard.Not will stops a Mac.Not even you foolish inbred folks.

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    Timmy Cook

    by fredin212 Oct 30, 2014 2:29 PM
    earlybreak earlybreak Oct 30, 2014 6:48 PM Flag

    Always read the entire article before making a decision IMO.Throughout my professional life, I’ve tried to maintain a basic level of privacy. I come from humble roots, and I don’t seek to draw attention to myself. Apple is already one of the most closely watched companies in the world, and I like keeping the focus on our products and the incredible things our customers achieve with them.

    At the same time, I believe deeply in the words of Dr. Martin Luther King, who said: “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?’ ” I often challenge myself with that question, and I’ve come to realize that my desire for personal privacy has been holding me back from doing something more important. That’s what has led me to today.

    For years, I’ve been open with many people about my sexual orientation. Plenty of colleagues at Apple know I’m gay, and it doesn’t seem to make a difference in the way they treat me. Of course, I’ve had the good fortune to work at a company that loves creativity and innovation and knows it can only flourish when you embrace people’s differences. Not everyone is so lucky.

    While I have never denied my sexuality, I haven’t publicly acknowledged it either, until now. So let me be clear: I’m proud to be gay, and I consider being gay among the greatest gifts God has given me.

    Being gay has given me a deeper understanding of what it means to be in the minority and provided a window into the challenges that people in other minority groups deal with every day. It’s made me more empathetic, which has led to a richer life. It’s been tough and uncomfortable at times, but it has given me the confidence to be myself, to follow my own path, and to rise above adversity and bigotry. It’s also given me the skin of a rhinoceros, which comes in handy when you’re the CEO of Apple.

    The world has changed so much since I was a kid. America is moving toward marriage equality, and the public figures who have bravely come out have helped change perceptions and made our culture more tolerant. Still, there are laws on the books in a majority of states that allow employers to fire people based solely on their sexual orientation. There are many places where landlords can evict tenants for being gay, or where we can be barred from visiting sick partners and sharing in their legacies. Countless people, particularly kids, face fear and abuse every day because of their sexual orientation.

    I don’t consider myself an activist, but I realize how much I’ve benefited from the sacrifice of others. So if hearing that the CEO of Apple is gay can help someone struggling to come to terms with who he or she is, or bring comfort to anyone who feels alone, or inspire people to insist on their equality, then it’s worth the trade-off with my own privacy.

    I’ll admit that this wasn’t an easy choice. Privacy remains important to me, and I’d like to hold on to a small amount of it. I’ve made Apple my life’s work, and I will continue to spend virtually all of my waking time focused on being the best CEO I can be. That’s what our employees deserve—and our customers, developers, shareholders, and supplier partners deserve it, too. Part of social progress is understanding that a person is not defined only by one’s sexuality, race, or gender. I’m an engineer, an uncle, a nature lover, a fitness nut, a son of the South, a sports fanatic, and many other things. I hope that people will respect my desire to focus on the things I’m best suited for and the work that brings me joy.

    The company I am so fortunate to lead has long advocated for human rights and equality for all. We’ve taken a strong stand in support of a workplace equality bill before Congress, just as we stood for marriage equality in our home state of California. And we spoke up in Arizona when that state’s legislature passed a discriminatory bill targeting the gay community. We’ll continue to fight for our values, and I believe that any CEO of this incredible company, regardless of race, gender, or sexual orientation, would do the same. And I will personally continue to advocate for equality for all people until my toes point up.

    When I arrive in my office each morning, I’m greeted by framed photos of Dr. King and Robert F. Kennedy. I don’t pretend that writing this puts me in their league. All it does is allow me to look at those pictures and know that I’m doing my part, however small, to help others. We pave the sunlit path toward justice together, brick by brick. This is my brick.

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