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gopher_catcher 4 posts  |  Last Activity: Sep 2, 2015 7:13 PM Member since: Oct 31, 2012
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    Crashtastic! $105 to $92 in two weeks

    by ombogat2000 Sep 1, 2015 6:50 PM
    gopher_catcher gopher_catcher Sep 2, 2015 7:13 PM Flag

    It was fun on the way up. As a long term buy and hold dividend investor, I'm more interested in the payout than the payoff. Trees don't grow to the sky, but planting the acorns can grow a forest.

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    "Greens" should be forbidden to:

    by hrdwkgdog Jul 24, 2015 1:21 PM
    gopher_catcher gopher_catcher Jul 29, 2015 1:57 AM Flag

    In some areas north of LA they only have water from local sources, captured surface water and wells. These people face a true supply issue. In San Diego county the users have secured supplies from several sources and we even are bringing a desalinization plant on line this fall. The water from it is also going to be pumped into storage. Jack #$%$ Gerry is a true believer that people use too many resources and that he should determine the appropriate use of resources for everyone. The pig has a Hitler complex and he is just as demented. His friends however can consume all they want because, well you know, they're important.

    The greens are watermelons: green on the outside and red on the inside.

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    Makes sense, SRE & PEG ......... MERGER !

    by codylacy1212 Jul 16, 2015 2:25 PM
    gopher_catcher gopher_catcher Jul 28, 2015 9:55 AM Flag

    With Sempra's planned split of the gas assets into a MLP, think it's to late. Getting something along these lines through the communist California government would probably be impossible.

    The MLP division is probably fully occupying the time everyone at Sempra has these days. I like mergers that increase the company's stability, but things can go very wrong even when people are careful as happened when they bought the gas company. I think most utility investors will pass on more profits of they increase the risk of principle lost.
    I think interest rates will be low for years to come, so good dividend paying stocks will command decent prices for the a long time.

    Good luck.

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    "Greens" should be forbidden to:

    by hrdwkgdog Jul 24, 2015 1:21 PM
    gopher_catcher gopher_catcher Jul 27, 2015 10:53 AM Flag

    You don't understand. It is very important that the elites have all the things that the modern world provides. After all they are the caretakers of the planet protecting it from us worthless masses.

    Check out U N Agenda 21. Then see the language that is used in all the rules that are coming out these days.

    In San Diego county there is adequate water to supply all the needs this Summer. Water that has been bought by the customers is being diverted to storage. The government has identified users that are using too much to be sustainable and drastically cutting the amount they can use even while the water us being pumped into storage. This is the deliberate destruction of property by the government to force a change in people's lifestyles. The legal way to achieve this is to pay these people for their property, (plantings, landscape). These people should bring suit for damages.

    The water is just another dimension of the plan to reduce consumption to levels that some nameless faceless group declares appropriate. The only way to achieve this is to reduce the material standard of living of the American people.

    The buying of support through welfare programs gives them a strong base. These dependent people say I don't have it, why should he.

    If there really is an issue, the elites need to give up their planes, yachts, estates. social affairs, and all the things that consume in large amounts. This is about control. It is not about the environment.

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