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This expense will swing the quarter from 2 cents / share earnings to 1 cent / share loss.
So, just a heads up..
That's a large expense. I guess SIRI will have a one-time loss this qtr to cover it !
Why would you post such jibberish ?
Each day this week the volume has been approx 1/2 normal. That's no short squeeze.
Besides, there's not nearly enough shares short to cause a short squeeze.
After thieves broke into their house about two weeks ago, a Detroit couple installed outdoor security cameras.
Little did they know the cameras — and a loaded rifle — would come in handy so quickly.
The woman was home with her two children Monday night when she heard one of her doors being kicked in.
As three teenagers rushed into the house, Mom “didn’t have time to get scared,” she told WXYZ-TV in Detroit.
She warned the intruders she had a gun. Upon hearing their “no you don’t” reply, Mom figured they needed some convincing….and opened fire.
The teens’ entrance — and mighty swift exit — was all caught on the newly installed security cameras.
But wouldn’t you know that one of the teens, who dropped his pistol on the way out actually picked it up and tried walking back into the house?
No matter. His tenacity was rewarded with a second shotgun blast, and he took off again into the night. None of the suspects were hit by any gunfire.
And not only did this mother protect herself and her kids and their property, Detroit police arrested all three suspects shortly after their ill-advised home invasion. Police got the pistol, too, the woman said.
“I wasn’t feeling anything at the moment,” she told WXYZ of the confrontation. “I got scared afterward.”
A 30-year-old mother is lucky today after the quick-thinking of a stranger helped save her from a mugging.
The mother of two who was dragged across a Texas shopping center parking lot this week, clinging to her purse while two suspects in a sedan tried to #$%$ it.
That’s when the stranger, who was armed, stopped the would-be thieves and forced them to lie on the ground while they waited for the police to arrive.
“This lady opens her car door, grabs the woman’s purse and they reverse. While they’re trying to reverse, the lady is holding on to her purse still, chasing them all the way to the middle,” Brenda Vasquez, manager of a Houston Family Dollar store who witnessed the incident, told KHOU-TV. “And that good Samaritan came out, drew his weapon and scared them. And that’s when he pulled them out of the car.”
A store’s surveillance camera pointed toward the parking lot caught the scene. Watch it courtesy of KHOU:
The male and female suspects, identified as 34-year-old Shamarion Diana Brooks and 48-year-old Jesse Leroy Grace were arrested by the Houston Police Department. Brooks was charged with felony possession of an unlawful substance and robbery by threat, while Grace saw felony charges of unauthorized use of motor vehicle and robbery by threat.
Neither the mother nor the man who Vasquez called a “hero” were identified. Police department spokesman John Cannon told TheBlaze the citizen who held the suspects until officers could arrive is a witness in the case, which is why his identity is not being released.
wow !! that sure is bad !!
NASDAQ was up 0.63% yest, and SIRI was only up0.43% !