I commend you for being a morning person looking at the time of your posts. Good fortune to all and keep what powder you have left dry! The market sucks as of now. All of you working folks had best keep contributing your money into your no load mutual fund each month which will dollar average over the long run and may add to your retirement. Rots of Ruck!
In due respect to you I like Phil because he has a bad habit of speaking the truth in a respectful educated manner. That is why I like Phil. Good fortune to you!
I would rather watch paint dry as I would not be losing my shorts when the market tanks, and when the market tanks, and when the market tanks! Good fortune to all!
HELLO HOUT AND PHIL:
Good fortune to both of you, the only guys I truly trust in the investment arena. I am fortunate as I have an annuity type retirement and do not rely on my misfortunes in the stock market for my daily existence. I know I am extremely fortunate but also I need to be very conservative in spending/budgeting my income. Life is a #$%$. Fortunately I married a bookkeeper years ago, and I strongly advise that to all! (hah)!
All that BS aside this market makes me want to puce! On a good day!
yeah, where is Cat? She was one of the main cheerleaders for a while. This market is not fun unless you had the foresight to short the #$%$ out of most things. Good fortune to all and I am out
of dry powder, as are the majority of you!
Hello phil Good words of wisdom as usual. Best of
good fortune to you. I am still riding out my Janus
investment until hell freezes over I am afraid, which means
I am more or less out of the game for now. Have a good
Any news for any financial penalty to be paid to those who lost money
during their SEC investigation?
This is the last time I will ask, I promise!
It was actually not that large. Enough room for him to have a shelf to sleep and room for the cat box. He meowed each night a little until he got used to it. Result: we were able to get some sleep!
Our sweet kitty kept us up at night also. He liked to lie on top of my chest while I tried to sleep. No such luck for either of us I guess. So eventually we bought a large cat cage which had room for lounging, cat box, and climbing for him. He did not like it much but sooner or later he did get settled down and tolerated it. We also had him neutered as he wanted to chase all animals away from our lot in town. He settled down some but still wanted to go outside, but could not remember why? He was a real sweet heart and passed in 2005. RIP Cuddles!
Traveling with your feline friend is a little tricky. As you know
in the car or vehicle you need to provide access to a little box.
Enough said about that. We all know how that works. A pet carrier is of course just about mandatory for any traveling. Also a little water and occasional feeding in the car or vehicle is almost mandatory. Staying in the motel almost requires a call in advance to ask them if cats are acceptable. We stayed at a Holiday Inn at Hays Kansas years ago without any problem. Once again provide litter box and water and feed. We also stayed at a Ramkota in Watertown South Dakota during a career move between house. Once again no problem. At the Holiday Inn our kitty just used the litter box and then hopped up on the bed and had a long nap. Tired from all of my driving I guess. Cats are a little bit of a pain in the car, at least ours was. The beauty of pet ownership I guess. Best of luck.
A pet carrier is a great investment. Our last dog and cat enjoyed the carrier so much that they would almost fight over who got to "hide" in it. If it would of been large enough for both of them we would of had a dual use of that carrier. It was a perfect size for one. And yes cat having an indoors only kitty is the only way to go in my opinion. Too many accidents waiting to happen.
Yes they are a great joy and we loved ours so much. Eventually life takes it's toll and we must part with out feline friends. Sad as it is that is reality. Ours passed in a very sad scenario and we only wish we could of helped more. Human passing is not much better. I am glad your friend lived so long.
Why would they need to be doing an initial registration form?
Have they not been around for a while?
Thanks in advance for your help on this as I am just trying to understand a company
where I lost a bundle of money last year.
The one cat in Sisters, Oregon lives on a ranch and the owners have the date of birth as she got the cat as a kitten when she was very young. I do not remember the exact specifics but that is what they came up with a gauge. It is not totally reliable, but what the heck, who is going to lie about the age of a cat when there would be no monetary advantage, unlike a lot of other things these days? I classify the age of the cat as important information which is worth nothing at all. My pun for the day. I am glad the little kitten has found a good home. All animals/people deserve this!