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mandan14shooter 71 posts  |  Last Activity: Nov 26, 2014 2:46 PM Member since: Nov 15, 2011
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  • 1. Intel....58.2% (Oh Yea)
    2. Disney....48.9
    3. Microsoft....48.7
    4. Cat....33.3
    5. Merck....29.7
    6. 3M....28.2
    7. Nike....24.2
    8. Amer Express....23.9
    9. Home Depot....23.7
    10. J&J....22.6
    According to the Seattle Times Sunday Business Section....

    The biggest mistake this poor boy made was buying a few Northwest Stocks and not holding them long enough for the ink to dry. Being addicted to trading IS NOT a good thing.
    cnqr at 35 cents....
    $$$$ down the drain, but LIFE is BEAUTIFUL and we all have it and you can't put a high enough price on it.
    Never forget to thank GOD for small or large favors. Without HIM, you are floating in the middle of the ocean without a paddle....

  • mandan14shooter by mandan14shooter Sep 5, 2014 1:25 PM Flag

    playing the "Blame Game", but unfortunately isn't smart enough to know that it turns voters off.
    billery as prez?? You must be kidding....

  • Reply to

    Good ol' boys

    by artsbest Aug 12, 2014 3:01 PM
    mandan14shooter mandan14shooter Sep 5, 2014 11:31 AM Flag

    Baby Boomers are alive and well, thank you. We're getting retirement checks, still working and ENJOYING LIFE. Some like bikes, some like Mach 1's, TransAms, Carmaros, Corvettes, 32 fords and most anything with wheels. A two lane blacktop cruise through the country will clear you brain every time. City dwellers are the ones that come up short....

  • mandan14shooter mandan14shooter Sep 5, 2014 11:01 AM Flag

    mr. cramer said SHLD was worth 200 bucks a share. Sometimes the pied piper blows some smoke, so don't inhale too often....

  • mandan14shooter mandan14shooter Sep 5, 2014 10:53 AM Flag

    The liberal stronghold exists in Seattle. Some outlying areas and Eastern Washington have common sense and vote accordingly....

  • Did a spring change yesterday for a customer in Woodway and complimented him on his new car. He said he bought it for his daughter and she doesn't have her drivers license yet. YIKES!
    i told him i bought a gold 73 Plymouth Satelite 2-dr hardtop for my Son's first car for 400 bucks. The car ran great, but teenage kids aren't the best drivers around. Soon after, he scraped a fence and damaged the drivers side, but still practiced for another year and i sold it for 300 bucks. For graduation, i gave him a Red 69 Mustang Mach I, S-code 390 4-speed car and nineteen years later he still has it and it's gone up 5 or 6 times the original cost of 4200 bucks. Never buy your teenage Child a new car. my humble opinion of course....

  • mandan14shooter mandan14shooter Sep 1, 2014 12:17 PM Flag

    Don't pick on harry. he's doing pretty good with half a brain....

  • Reply to

    Working overtime....

    by mandan14shooter Aug 28, 2014 12:09 PM
    mandan14shooter mandan14shooter Aug 28, 2014 6:23 PM Flag

    Saving money?? 50 steps from our shop, Boeing had their own heat treating area. If i remember right, they had two workers on days, two on swing and one on graveyard and they shared a supervisor from another area. In house heat treating with their own inspector. Now, they truck the parts down to the Auburn area by Boeing drivers (30+ miles each way) and have their heat treating and inspecting out of house and then truck the parts back. That is not cost effective by any stretch of the imagination and i don't think quality control is nearly as good. my humble opinion of course....

  • mandan14shooter by mandan14shooter Aug 28, 2014 12:09 PM Flag

    i worked at Boeing Plant 2 in Seattle from 66 to 70 and i think the pay was around 3.50 an hour back then. i worked out on the bench in A-3730 for about an hour before a Supervisor took a look at my wing tip shoes and dress slacks and literally took me by the arm into Breakdown. A cushy job getting blueprints and rept's for new tooling orders on the 737. Sometimes i would come in on graveyard shift and find 50 or 60 new orders on my desk. i worked one stretch of 70 days straight, so i made about 98 bucks on the weekend, which was enough to rent a nice one-bedroom apartment for a month. At that time, you could also rent a house in the area for 125 bucks a month. My best buddy there rented a big house, a block up from Alki beach in West Seattle, for 100 bucks a month. Each area had to bring in a certain number of workers on the weekend, even though the pace was much slower and relaxed than during the week. It was a great job.

    i drive by the Everett Plant all the time now and Sunday overtime cars are getting scarce, but Boeing could save a ton of $$$$ by cutting down weekend work....

  • Reply to

    Little stocks can certainly

    by mandan14shooter Aug 28, 2014 11:19 AM
    mandan14shooter mandan14shooter Aug 28, 2014 11:29 AM Flag

    eqix at 55 cents
    inap at 20 cents
    cnqr at 35 cents
    tso at 3 bucks
    vixl at 2 bucks
    oxy at 16 bucks
    os (oregon steel) at 5 bucks
    etc, etc, etc, but always looking for that better play without adequate funding is not a very good idea....

  • mandan14shooter by mandan14shooter Aug 28, 2014 11:19 AM Flag


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