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keembodakine 320 posts  |  Last Activity: 1 hour 6 minutes ago Member since: Mar 2, 2012
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    Can a Hebrew agnostic become president?

    by lakeed98 Feb 10, 2016 2:37 PM
    keembodakine keembodakine 1 hour 6 minutes ago Flag

    "Please tell us this is simply a oversight of writing-otherwise, I would luv to see you justify how Bernie and Jesus have anything at all in common, especially being a socialist!"

    Mr. vps,
    I answered, but apparently it didn't post. I will retry here.
    First, Jesus was a Jew as is Bernie Sanders., Second, as Jesus said "The love of money is the root of all evil," Bernie pointed out the outrageous criminal fines Wall St. has paid on mortgage fraud and this goes hand in hand with Jesus' statement. Strike Two. The part about being socialist might be answered in Jesus and his followers having a common purse. Strike are out!

  • keembodakine keembodakine 21 hours ago Flag

    It is similar to the housing boom that took place in Dakotas with the shale oil.....UNTIL oil collapsed..and now there is just mortgage payments to be made by people who are unemployed. Widespread in Oklahoma and Texas also.

  • keembodakine keembodakine 21 hours ago Flag

    Mr. samps,
    "Hey keem please compare comparables does Sweden and Norway have 60 million people on welfare..."

    I didn't post welfare comparisons between all nations, but rather it was about percentages of home ownership. All I said, was that even though taxes are quite high in Sweden, where medical coverage is part of the taxation, college tuition is part of taxation, parental leave and daycare are part of taxation, still the percentage of home ownership is higher, so perhaps there is a higher percentage of people with disposable income. You shouldn't let it rattle you.

  • Reply to

    Ten bucks by June if not earlier

    by keembodakine Feb 5, 2016 2:23 PM
    keembodakine keembodakine Feb 11, 2016 3:32 PM Flag

    It looks like it is approaching rapidly....Now, just a little over $11. Think it will make it by June or maybe by March?

  • keembodakine by keembodakine Feb 11, 2016 3:25 PM Flag

    Down it goes. We may be going back to dime a dance like it was during the depression. Turn your tablets off and head to the dance floor. Marathon dances coming back? Maybe for Marathon oil.

  • keembodakine keembodakine Feb 11, 2016 3:23 PM Flag

    Yes...Interesting too is that very socialist Finland, Norway and Sweden have home ownership percentages higher than the US, and yet we are fed some story that their taxes there are so high they have no extra money. It looks like they have not only extra money to buy houses, but they also have less debt, and that is after those high taxes.

  • It doesn't look good.

  • keembodakine by keembodakine Feb 11, 2016 12:51 PM Flag


    Looks like storage is just running out.

  • At least the US isn't on the bottom, but 38th?

    Rank Country Home ownership
    rate(%) Date of
    1 Romania 95.6 2013[2]
    2 Lithuania 92.2 2013[2]
    3 Slovakia 90.5 2013[2]
    4 Singapore 90.3 2014[3]
    5 China 90 2012[4]
    6 Hungary 89.6 2013[2]
    7 Croatia 88.5 2013[2]
    8 India 86.6 2011[5]
    9 Bulgaria 85.7 2013[2]
    10 Russia 84.0 2012[6]
    11 Poland 83.8 2013[2]
    12 Norway 83.5 2013[2]
    13 Latvia 81.2 2013[2]
    14 Estonia 81.1 2013[2]
    15 Malta 80.3 2013[2]
    16 Czech Republic 80.1 2013[2]
    17 Mexico 80 2009[7]
    18 Spain 77.7 2013[2]
    19 Iceland 77.5 2013[2]
    20 Slovenia 76.6 2013[2]
    21 Trinidad & Tobago 76 2013[8]
    22 Greece 75.8 2013[2]
    23 Brazil 74.4 2008[9]
    24 Portugal 74.2 2013[2]
    25 Cyprus 74.0 2013[2]
    26 Finland 73.6 2013[2]
    27 Italy 73.0 2013[2]
    28 Luxembourg 73.0 2013[2]
    29 Belgium 72.3 2013[2]
    30 Ireland 69.7 2011[10]
    31 Sweden 69.6 2013[2]
    32 Canada 67.6 2013[11]
    33 Turkey 67.3 2011[12]
    34 Netherlands 67.1 2013[2]
    35 Australia 67.0 2011[13]
    36 New Zealand 64.8 2013[14]
    37 United Kingdom 64.6 2013[2]
    38 United States 64.5 2014[15]
    39 France 64.3 2012[2]
    40 Denmark 63.0 2013[2]
    41 Japan 61.6 2008[16]
    42 Austria 57.3 2013[2]
    43 South Korea 54.2 2010[17]
    44 Germany 53.3 2012[2]
    45 Hong Kong 51.0 2014[18]
    46 Switzerland 44.0 2013[2]

  • Reply to

    Can a Hebrew agnostic become president?

    by lakeed98 Feb 10, 2016 2:37 PM
    keembodakine keembodakine Feb 11, 2016 12:37 PM Flag

    I doubt it, but you never know. After all the red party leader has gone on record as saying he has never asked God for forgiveness. That shows he "probably" at least believes in God, but it doesn't look like he is a Christian at all. After all, doesn't scripture say from 1 John 1 v 8-9, "If we say that we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us. If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive our sins and to cleans us from all unrighteousness. If we say that we have not sinned, we make Him a liar, and His word is not in us." After all, DT isn't really a person you hear much repentance from, but it looks like he has a nice following of self proclaimed Christian believers...Kind of unique. Bernie, on the other hand is just a socialist Jew, and they crucified another one of those a couple of thousand years ago.

  • keembodakine keembodakine Feb 11, 2016 12:24 PM Flag

    Face it! There is little product sold or BB would be showing it on billboards in Hubbard. The job is way over his head and has been from the beginning. He is in a business where innovation with excellent marketing is everything, and others are innovating past NNLX and actually sell product. NNLX would be making more money if they just sub let the building out to someone and collected rent. I doubt they own their production center building, but if so, they should just try and rent it out to somebody for anything, collect monthly rent, and it would appear the monthly rent would be greater revenue than the kits bring in.

  • Reply to

    NH Primary-Send in the clowns

    by vpsqdrn Feb 10, 2016 11:41 AM
    keembodakine keembodakine Feb 10, 2016 10:42 PM Flag

    " Not even sure why you brought the entire lawyer issue into the thread. "Strong chance, not a guarantee" is your silly notion, not mine."

    Mr. vps,
    I brought the lawyer issue up, because included as lawyers are Ms. Clinton, Mr. Rubio, and Mr. Cruz, as well as Mr. Christie. None of them won New Hampshire and the two winners were none attorneys.. They are all deceptive in their answers, because that is how lawyers answer questions, and the public isn't happy with them in general. When searching for why lawyers are held in low esteem look what came up as the Best Answer.

    "Best Answer: In my career I've worked for many lawyers, defense and ..... and I can tell you that there was only one that wasn't deceitful, but of course, I didn't know him personally.

    Most of the #$%$ they charge for (phone calls, letters, etc.) is bogus #$%$ but will charge you phenomenal fees....OF could have done yourself.

    $1,500 to type up a common Petition for Divorce and Decree can be done WITHOUT an attorney for $120.

    I don't know about you but I don't like paying that much for a lawyer's signature."
    TameBeast � 9 years ago"

  • Reply to

    NH Primary-Send in the clowns

    by vpsqdrn Feb 10, 2016 11:41 AM
    keembodakine keembodakine Feb 10, 2016 8:26 PM Flag

    "Just where do you read where i have disdain for lawyers? "
    If you read my post, you would see that I said there is a "strong chance," not a guarantee. This is because the general public as a whole has a low opinion and disdain for lawyers. Why do you think there are so many lawyer jokes. If you are one that loves them, go for it. Shakespeare wasn't.
    " By the way- HC is a lawyer too. "
    You must not read very well or you would have seen this.
    "Remember, lawyers defend clients and are not interested necessarily in truth coming out but in winning for their client. Ted Cruz is like that, Marco Rubio is like that, Hillary Clinton is like that. "

    I included here with the other two lawyers, and in all honesty, Christie is another lawyer.
    All I was pointing out is that lawyers by trade will say only what will protect their client, as truth and full disclosure is not required.

  • keembodakine keembodakine Feb 10, 2016 1:20 PM Flag


    Maybe Mr. BS can show all the other vehicle fires....He is a real piece of work.

  • Reply to

    NH Primary-Send in the clowns

    by vpsqdrn Feb 10, 2016 11:41 AM
    keembodakine keembodakine Feb 10, 2016 1:14 PM Flag

    Mr. vps,

    I think what you can glean from yesterday's vote and possibly from the debates is that whether you are democrat, republican, or independent, there is a strong chance you have disdain for lawyers, and you can see how well they are doing in the polls. For people to think that HC answers questions in a disingenuous way, just look at how similar she answers questions to the other lawyers running for presidency. Remember, lawyers defend clients and are not interested necessarily in truth coming out but in winning for their client. Ted Cruz is like that, Marco Rubio is like that, Hillary Clinton is like that. They will dribble out what will best protect their client (who are themselves). That is why Rubio took such a fall from his Iowa showing after Christie (another lawyer) started prosecuting. Lawyers want to convince a jury, and the electorate is a jury. Lawyers withhold information to protect their client. Rubio looked ridiculous, and the debates showed it. Unlike a trial, the debates allow questions and answers even in a town hall meeting. In a trial, jury members can't ask questions of the lawyers or defendants, so it is a rigged game. Shakespeare might have been correct regarding his statements on lawyers. Look up the lawyers running for presidency and then carefully watch how they craft their answers to avoid answering the questions. Rubio got caught....and I wonder who is next?

  • Reply to

    Trump for President

    by suggp Feb 10, 2016 12:10 PM
    keembodakine keembodakine Feb 10, 2016 12:58 PM Flag

    Mr. suggp,
    Imports are just one facet of killing jobs. When you send big money for imported oil abroad, yes, you don't have those jobs, but if creating that oil in the US requires much higher costs, then consumers who don't work in the oil industry pay more and businesses have to pay more and if they don't have as many customers due to customers lacking money, they lay off employees. Go look at old videos of Ford assembly line. Look at a video of today's assembly line at Ford. Far far far far fewer employees but greater production as robots and computers take over. People want to go foreign for the medicines, as the same bottle of pills that cost $125 in the US, cost $2.10 in Canada or Mexico. It isn't because the employee at WalMart pharmacy is getting a few dollars more an hour than the Mexican pharmacist, but rather because of greed by drug companies. Of course they are happy to make it overseas also where it cost less and doesn't require as many eyes making sure it is the real drug. Enjoy your Chinese imports for American drug companies. When we had higher manufacturing wages, it was because we were one of the few countries that could manufacture a product, but American businesses chose to go overseas for lower labor, build new factories, and close the US factories. We are entering a time in the world where humans aren't needed much anymore. By 2050, 100% of the goods and services required by the entire human race will only require 5% of the population to produce them. If you think there is trouble with lower wages now...just wait as a robot replaces you. If it hasn't already, it will be here soon.

  • keembodakine keembodakine Feb 9, 2016 9:46 PM Flag

    You mean it is growing more shares at lower prices? Get ready for another offing. Dilution is what this company does best.

  • Not a pretty sight for maritime haulers. Say bye to everybody.

  • little reporting, occasional hyped press releases with forward looking statements that never seem to pan out, and a CEO who can't even get his house built without all kinds of legal troubles. Enjoy the fall.

  • Reply to

    Only way out of low oil price

    by islandboy1946 Feb 9, 2016 2:04 PM
    keembodakine keembodakine Feb 9, 2016 2:13 PM Flag

    Mr. island,
    That sounds like a real benevolent method of getting gas/oil prices higher.....Just kill people by the millions, ruin the refineries overseas and oil production, and then oil stock shareholders can have a good day. this a new type of "compassionate conservativism." It might have some downside though, as the millions that are killed will not be buying any oil in the future, thus contributing to a glut again. Have a good day.

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