Look for McDonald's stock to take a haircut tomorrow, he obviously packed away a lot of Big Macs, quarterpounders, fries and maybe the occasional kid that wandered out of Playland. Wow, was he fat.
There's been a Scott Walker sighting in Wisconsin, a very rare occurrence as he's running for president. Seems the job creating governor's stretch limo was bringing a batch of pink slips to Dodgeville on the orders of the Koch brothers.
Is it still rigged that Bemis has to buy its plastic from Pacur? Howard Curler, the head of Bemis in the 60s and 70s, wanted to insure his kids were taken care at Bemis' detriment. He stuck one son into Bemis' executive suite. For his son, Patrick, he created Pacur plastic and locked it in Bemis had to buy its plastic from Pacur. Bemis was Pacur's only customer for its first two years. Patrick sold Pacur and now its owned by his brother-in-law, Ron Johnson, a senator so cocky his fellow Republican senators keep arms length from him.
TEG and DUK have been taunting CNG as a growth vehicle and now they're selling stations off. Are they getting out of the business because it's a failure or just bad stations? Are TEG and DUK not playing nice with each other the partnership is going to end? Is WEC telling TEG and DUK they don't want the business when they take over TEG? Why is it shareholders are the last to know, how about some transparency from the overpaid CEOs?
I can't explain it in words. My English is very bad. Some how I can't trust an investment bank opinion when they're probably buying and selling the stock for their own profit. I wish I knew English better so you would understand my view.
"You mean how the US had to make a war on a tiny third world country, and lost, so they wouldn't become Communist and land an invasion on Malibu Beach?"
"Yes, mommy, that one. It made my whole class laugh at conservatives."
To bad the article didn't mention if the dead kid was paintballed, too.
A 9-month-old boy was shot and killed by his 5-year-old brother in a Missouri home on Monday, police said.
The boy found his grandfather’s .22-caliber magnum revolver that was being kept on a shelf built into the headboard in the master bedroom, Nodaway County Sheriff Darren White told The Washington Post. The baby was in a crib in the same room when the gun went off, and a bullet struck him in the head.The mother, Alexis Widerholt, was in the kitchen when she heard a loud noise that sounded like a gunshot, according to White. She went into the living room where she found three of her four children — including the 5-year-old boy. Another child was playing with a paintball gun.