Hey now, Romeo Lips. I have much to say that has not been said.
How can you even look at yourself in the mirror as you shave, and brush your teeth?
I don't wanna hear about your heartburn and gastrointestinal issures.
Belching and farting in public is widely noted; any 'excuse me,' may be acknowledged, but is always found offensive.
Interesting. I'm sitting on my behind for most of the last 35 hours right here at home, and you are dreaming up a scenario about me that never existed. Unlike my younger sister, who actually raised her hand, when I said, "I don't booze and cruise."
It was a statement, made in the presence of a few who do. I do offer to be the DD.
Her hand was in the air, as she does, and she believes she will never be pulled over for a DUI.
Let's bypass the debate about her, and let us talk about your integrity, and mine.
1. So, you have a pulled a #$%$ of a blunder, and would you fess up?
2. If your gal pal or wife asked you if she looked less than her best look in a garment, what would you say? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qevANglQD64
and I was planning to whip up a pan of it tomorrow. What is interesting is that I wasn't browsing for a recipe, as I have my own, nor was I online shopping for the ingredients. It will be yummy, regardless. Come on over, and bring your own fork.
A 5% down tic is a yawn. Any shorts are already in, and would cover. A 50% correction would garner some market and investor excitement.
That is so incredible! You must read the "Stock Traders Almanac," as I sometimes glance at it, The session today was predeterminend as "lackluster."
I don't argue with success.
Disaster. My misspelling.
Exxon Valdez was also an apparent mystery to some. I no chartist, nor do I do Loran C, but I do know local reefs and shoals, and how those tides ebb and flow.
Some folks are still picking up debris from that oil disaster, as it washes ashore, and 25 or so years later.
I'm fascinated as to how the GOM oil spill was so well obliterated so that the Obama family could swim in the waters, and chow down on the local seafood.
I passed by a station today up in the Valley, at $4.25. I saw $3.99 down the road a piece and, I'll just park my Chariot and walk to the library and study. I spent two (2) hours in the Chariot to get from the Ramada in Burbank to literally the well touted Alejos eaterier, and I most likely would have had time to step in and pay for a togo. Two hours is ridiculous on what is street and freeway traffic for ballpark 25 miles..
Being a President or a VP isn't saying much, if what you do doesn't inspire the populace.
You remind me of that Barry poster on this board. You also remind me of Cecil Mader, and Jeff; both of whom I have highlighted their less than positive email exchanges with me. You might want to read the most recent chapter of "Frozen Fiefdom," and then you tell me what you think I don't already am aware of, and have been for decades.
And, do tell; the other countries that import our goods, usually export theirs, in a form of exchange. The USA seems to be givin' a whole lotta foreign aid, and not receiving much back, as it were. Most of the clothing I purchase is China made, or China controlled, whatever country is on the label. FWIW, folks overseas ain't buyin' much that they don't need. When a table lamp from a discount retailer is a major purchase, I deduce that the media spin has a bigger problem than Houston.
Yes. It is a fascinating study for the upcoming eCONomics students to observe, and rehash on the what if's. However that scenario is not here yet. Maybe early 2017, when folks might shed their longs on stocks???? It's all good, with Dammit Janet is still steering the Titanic.
It's all cool, as I grew up in the Big Berg.
I heard, via the grapevine, that the State of Alaska will have, or does have a hiring freeze in place; primarily due to the preCONceived drop in oil prices that none of their highly paid "experts" anticipated? No surprise to me, and not to most. Can any of those experts tell me when the next spike in WTI will happen? Not a $5 spike per month; how about $20 overnight spike in WTI or Brent? That would get the attention of the public, but the pump owners would be changing the prices on the lead boards as customers were at the pumps. I saw between $3.85 and $4.25 for regular as I spent almost two (2) hours between a seminar in Burbank, and a mile or so of spitting distance of LAX. Even on the longest route, it's not more than 25 miles. And that being generous; as I did dismiss my GPS directions and just got myself home on my own.
Fascinating. A woman whom I used to live with said the same line. And she was originally from Israel. I liked her very much, and her husband also, but they are now divorced; last I heard.
My life hasn't been perfect, but it is fascinating to me. The downsides have had upsides, and many will learn what my two offspring don't.
On both sides.
That's what ya get when ya try to screw your own citizens.
I wrote a very well composed and factual reply, and it disappeared before I could post. Riparian rights are the Ace for those who hold them. Some who do may have also mineral, and subsurface (oil and gas,etc.) Surface rights you may have/own, like buying that house on the street? And how's the machinery that is owned by another lookin' in your front yard?
If I were any of those sucked dry farmers, I'd stay put. Somebody wants what you have. Zoning and rights to minerals, subsurface, riparian, etc., I'd have a brush up as to your title(s), and deed(s), if I were your real astate agent.
I gunna give this another whirl; as my first attempt at a post somehow disappeared. HHHHmmmmm. I was instructed by a very much younger man, who appeared to be quietly wealthy, and so dang cute! He told me: "Never invest in airlines." I have seen the stocks of most zoom up since 2009. I fly coach, when I have do, and on a freebie ticket when I can. He knew how my trades and investments hadn't worked out so well for me. That fact really peaked my interest, and I wondered how, and why, he knew, and wanted to talk about it? Gees Louise! So cute he was, and there was actually something about me he liked, before we "Kissed, and said Goodnight."
Your Words:..."so the forth time could be the charm."
There's the old saying about a third time being a charm to make your wish come true.
I'm all about the Reality Check, and, realistically speaking, what upside do you anticipate? I see multi millions on food stamps and public assistance. I have a sister who is on unemployment, and I don't, and haven't ever qualified for UI. I see woman and men who dress well to shop at the $.99 stores, and I walk to them, most times, in my exercise clothes. The customers and the staff never look down on me. I like the physical exercise, and am always treated with a welcome smile by most customers and always by the staff. I really walk 2 miles each way for a $1 tube of toothpaste; the food deals are fantastic, but it's more about the people I meet and my personal experience and interaction with them. The prices are great, and I appreciate them, and if were my store, I'd turn up the disco music, and have a dance party atmosphere. We're all having a great time shopping, and waiting in line isn't an issue. They have their business model, and it seemingly works for them.
(eyeroll)} I have actually thought about changing it up to a shade of red; nothing fire engine color, but maybe one of the Burgundy shades that always are flattering on most skin tones. I still haven't seen the one in the box that was so exceptional on my hair, back in the mid to late 1980s, and then it disappeared from the CONsumer shelves. It's OK, I can DIY a homebrew mix of colors and brands, and hope I don't stain the bathroom or the kitchen sink. It is really true; sometimes you can't buy what you want.
Or, as that old song stated: "Ya can't always get what you want, but you get what you need." Mick and the boys were on tour recently, if not today.
I'll figure something out.