Brings back the "PINK SLIME" fiasco! This begs the question: What have they conjured up in there other products. I will never eat this grabage. Stop going there many years ago.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
Received letter on (7-17-2008)
informing me that a back-up data tape containing BMS related data was stolen while in transport to storage.
The letter claims that the data tape included personnel info of current and former BMS employees,such as, name, address SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER,
date of birth, martial status, bank account number, etc.
They are offering one year of credit monitoring service. A call to the toll free number to get the service reveals they have out sourced that service to a company operating in India. I am a former employee of BMS
You are correct and the American people are going to pay the price sooner or later. Although I suspect sooner is just over the horizon! Very few have any idea of what is coming. Moreover very few care about what is coming.
Would you believe a INFLATIONARY DEPRESSION. The Fed has the evidence if you care to investigate. Check out the 2007 Q3 "FLOW OF FUNDS" report!
Fed's third quarter "Flow of Funds" reports U.S. total system credit growth expanded at an annualised $ 4.99 trillion!!!!
Can the U.S. out-of-control-credit monster and climbing internal money prices cause a INFLATIONARY DEPRESSION?
Go to http://moneycnn.com/magazine/fortune/
This is a article by Money Magizine on the Best 10 stocks for 2008.
PZE is on that list with a good explanation of why it is on that list.
You may be right. However, all of our research
led us to the Highlander!!!! My wife had the final say on this purchase as it was to be hers to drive.
The point of my posting on this board is to pass the word as best I can about the problem with the Highlander. So that others may make an informed choice!!!
We have had two other Toyota products that needed out of warranty repairs. Toyota eventually came around and made those repairs at no cost to us.
So, I would have to say that overall we satisfied with Toyota products. We are just not happy with the 2003 Toyota Highlander.
Our new,2003, toyota highlander problem is that when you open any of one the rear windows
there is a pulsating pressure that is very painful to the ears of all occupants. Increasing sppeds will increase the effect. I am not emroiled in dispute with toyota over this problem, which i find totally unacceptable. I have recently learned that toyota has known of this problem since the 2001 model. had we known of this problem i doubt that we would have purchased this vehicle. This should be a warning to all prospective buyers. Go to the nhsta website to view complaints on this problem.
Don't you get it. Wall street is not in business to make you money. They exist for the sole surpose of making money for themselves!!! If you have not learned anything over the past couple of years you should have learned that thye are a bunch of crooks who still think at this late date thye can influence people with there upgrades, buys or whatever. I think that time has passed.
read the book "tradeing with the enemy". It's a real eye opener!!!!!!
You would mind if in fact someone had used duct tape and there was a mishap and you where onboard. In point of fact the correct terminolgy of the tape in question is called speed tape. The tape is provided by the airlines to maintenance personnel. Someone did not go ot the local hardware store and purchase a roll to make a repair. The federal aviation regulations dictate the maintance and repairs allowed on commerical and private aircraft. It is not some willi-nilly operation.
it is often said that it safer to fly than to drive. This is true and the safety record of the major airlines does not occur by happenstance.
Fyi, it is not duct tape. The tape used in called speed tape and is very different and in some cases is legal as a temporary repair. The amount of fines levied by the faa are not fixed and are revised in neogations at a later date. This is an on going process with most of the air carriers.