at last night's debate. Obama must be happy with her contribution about Libya even though she was wrong.
Biglefthook is a very cryptic poster who adds nothing except very cryptic statements which are empty, meaningless, nothing posts.
I'm a little stymied with the new message board. I'm sure I will will figure it out and get used to it. But why did they change it? This company is good at spinning wheeels and getting nowhere.
Zillow is more crap than ever. Over 500 days on the market --
According to Zillow, 38 acres close to the ocean in Margate NJ. You can own it for $550k.
BTW it doesn't look like its "38 acres" is worth more than $400k to me.
A listing in Margate NJ, two blocks from the beach:
1,638 sq. ft. house with a lot size of 1,669,654 sq ft / 38.33 acres
The house has been listed on Zillow for over 400 days; you think they would have fixed it by now,
I guess Arthur Levitt, Jr has his work cut out for him. Just my opinion that this is one of the reasons he's on board.
He once owned over 2 million shares and now owns about 300 thousand shares. With the record of his sales, it's seems to me that he has has established a personal exit strategy.
in NYC is probably the most dysfunctional, unprofessional branches I have ever encountered in 45 years of conducting banking among many organizations. In the afternoon, two representatives are on the street presumably to generate business. If you watch them for several minutes, you see that they are a laugh. More importantly, I encounter significant problems inside the office. Good luck to you if you come in for a transaction when they're having a staff meeting in the morning or the rep at the customer desk smells auto fumes from a car on 14th Street.
What I'm not laughing about is that I'm a stockholder and this operation scares me.
of potential influence peddling in government. As a former chairman of the SEC, he was, I believe, against regulation of the derivative business in the latter 1990s. Now he is working for Goldman as an adviser or consultant or something-like-that. Plus he is on Bloomberg Radio's payroll pitching what I believe is a sort-of pro financial industry stance. Listen to his commentaries to find out for yourself.
This is what reeks about our government.