What? Really? Never heard of that happening.... Where was I?? That would be new for sure...........You must be kidding and misleading us all here................ LOL - :O)
Oh yeah.... the father knew how to rake in $$$$$. Problem is now that he is gone...... he left behind a bunch of ungrateful #$%$ he called his kids..........and who knows how they will "control" all that wealth.
Spam used to be eatable......still is I guess....... but nobody really wants it. Those messages appearing on multiple boards at the same time are so lame......... why is computing power wasted daily ?
Bla Bla Bla........... I tell you what about Ulta......... All products are way overpriced......... Good for them if people buy........because I don't.
No doubt about it....... and a look at the World today is the best evidence of just that........"Great Minds at work"..............:o)
My long term target is $75.00............ and who cares?? No one should,.... All those "targets" are just noise around.......people/organization that need to give themselves importance since nobody cares anyway about what they think and since all know it is futile to forecast anything.
Coal is dead?......... Hummmm.... tell me what produces about 40% of the electric power in the good old US of A???? Hummm... what?
Tell me what is predicted to continue being the main source of energy until at least 2035? Hummm.... What?
Global markets are suddenly jittery about the prospect that Scotland, after 307 years as part of the United Kingdom, could become its own country if Scots vote for independence in a Sept. 18 referendum. If proud but tiny Scotland can do it — which polls suggest is a distinct possibility — then America’s 28th state, Texas, will certainly take notice.
If any state is fed up with the rest of America, it’s Texas. Republican Gov. Rick Perry floated the idea of seceding from the United States in 2009, though he later backpedaled. A petition for Texas to “withdraw" from the United States, lodged on the White House’s “We the People” Web page, gathered 125,000 signatures before voting closed in 2013. A group called the Texas Nationalist Movement has nearly 190,000 likes on Facebook.
Even as a state, Texas has strong anti-federal leanings. It’s a hotbed of Tea Party activity and has declined, so far, to participate in the Affordable Care Act. Perry has called Social Security, the cherished American retirement program, a Ponzi scheme. Freshman Sen. Ted Cruz, also a Republican, wants to abolish the IRS. In lieu of a strong federal overlord, secessionists want to form — or rather, recreate — the Republic of Texas, which was an independent nation for a decade before Texas joined the union in 1845.
A speech in only words......... Let's see what effects bombing raids over Syria have. Next thing we know..... "Syria downs US bomber and claims it violated its air space"...........Then what Mr. President?
It's OK to think Assad is not very smart and quite dangerous..........but Mr. President, have you never heard something like this: "The enemy of my enemy is my friend"....?? When one is at war........sometimes the tools in the box are not all what one wished...........but they are the only tools........ so USE THEM ALL.
Liquified natural gas export terminals will be in Louisiana and Florida.
U.S. regulators have approved construction of two plants for exporting natural gas, potentially to lucrative markets in Europe, Japan, Taiwan and other parts of Asia.
The permits, awarded to Cameron, a subsidiary of Sempra Energy, for a Louisiana facility, and Carib Energy’s smaller plant in Florida, represent a significant milestone for the industry. They are only the second and third facilities approved to export liquified natural gas, or LNG, to nations without free trade agreements with the United States.
The Cameron LNG Terminal in Cameron Parish, Louisiana is authorized to export up to the equivalent of 1.7 billion standard cubic feet per day of natural gas for a period of 20 years. Construction is expected to be complete by 2018. Carib, meanwhile, will be able to export 40 million cubic feet per day from its proposed liquefaction facility in Martin County, Fla. It was unclear when Carib would start its exports.
Go to Fortune..... and search for article. There is a pic of an NG tanker ship......WOW.....:o)