As long as it is free to me I'll check to see if they have anything current worth watching, but I am not going to subscribe to it, to me the selection just isn't there. Think folks are probably suckered into a contract before they come to the same realization, Netflix just isn't all that.
I am sure that someone is figuring out exactly what is the least amount of time to park cash into Nokia if that .60 cents per share is a sure thing. Even if Nokia were trading for $8.00/share, that would be a 7.5% quick return, depending on the terms if the special dividend were being paid out, that is not too shabby of a short run return.
Let's see, Vietnam was still going on in 1971, if a person was 18 and went to Vietnam, that would make them something like 61 years old today. Do you honestly think Vietnam vets that would be in their 60s and 70s would actually be working on assembly line in Vietnam today? Are you stupid or did you fall out of bed and hit your head really really hard and all common sense got knocked out of your head? Do the math. They are not going to have men that served their country in Vietnam working on any assembly lines over there. But think about this, they went to protect your right to post stupid things, and in the end, how were they really honored for their service to the US over there? And this is how you thank Americans that did their part, most were pressed into service without a choice, and this is how you think of them, as Free Labor?
For every 2 Windows machines there is at least 1 Sux machine nobody wants either.
I read where patents revenue would be adding 8 cents per share by 2015 increasing to 11 cents per share by 2018, perhaps these are conservative but I think you are a bit optimistic, course who know what the network side of the equation revenue wise would be while patent revenue is steadily increasing.
I have the perfect product that Nokia can roll out and believe it to be the missing piece that Nokia could become "a true first mover" in wearable smart technology. This could well push Nokia past $100/share but I would need to speak with someone at the company about it.
You don't have to provide your up close and personal "blow by blow" account of your escapade on this person. No one cares how much you are swallowing nor how much you were gagging while he was swabbing your tonsils. We don't care how much smart you think you are because you can claim to "floss while you eat". No one cares about your personal pleasure persuasion.
What a disaster is YOU, you would have nothing to contribute if you couldn't something to cut and paste, anything else you post appears to have come from someone with an 8th grade education, stuck in rusting house trailer in the backwoods of Appalachia, with no future. Did you get your laptop from the used section at Goodwill?
You tell them the biggest PAC fund in the US is getting to wake up and publicly look at what they have been getting for their money in return...the American Taxpayer.
I don't necessarily agree. A company that has expertise in providing military heads up visors for military purposes, like the Apache helicopters, have tons of experience in that sort of technology. One only has to ask the question, if a company has a vast depth and breadth of experience in that technology, they should be far and away have experience that Google lacks. I have been involved in efforts where companies have tried to leverage their experience thru their military experience and try to commercialize that into the public sector, dismal failures. There have been at times for 3D presentations, but those haven't taken off. There is only one company that I am aware of that can project 3D holograhic images into the air without the need for glasses, if you have some spare change that you could throw at PVHO and then be patient, believe you are going to see some movement before end of 2014. If they get their stuff off the ground they have the potential to be a first mover, but it will be a while and just be patient, I have limited myself to 15K shares, spare change for me.
Its not an interesting phenomenon, people will and say whatever you can conceive of. An interesting phenomena would be if people always did the right thing at the right time for the right reason to the right people regardless of whether they could be seen or not. That won't happen in anyone's lifetime, people will say or do things to get over on other people. It is to be expected, there is no integrity when integrity is up for sale to the highest bidder. That is only human nature, the sooner that you accept that, the better off you will be.
I don't trade often these days, more of a long term buy and hold, but I have done some hard day trading in the past. The breadth of the Nokia price movement has been gnawing at me to do some day trading on Nokia but so far I've resisted and it has been the uncertainty of the closing date of the transaction. Perhaps one day in the not too distant future I will come to regret not trading in the BID/ASK lot sizes but 20/20 hindsight, yeah there will always be a lot of woulda, shoulda, coulda.
Here's a tip, if the gal smells like fish, she is okay, if she smells like cologne, leave her alone, you seem smart enough so I will let you figure out the anatomy part to be snifting
Here's the best thing to do. Go to a strip bar and get some good looking gal to give you a lap dance, then have a good couple of stiff drinks. Then sit back and relax, your intuition will then speak to you, just make sure you have enough in your wallet when your intuition says "Again, only this time, go with the busty brunette with the big tatas!!"
I closed it because it was no longer made a difference on being able to deduct interest from my Federal taxes, since it was not of any benefit, I paid it off. But on a side note, I had 3 credit cards that had limits of $25K on them, nothing charged on them. When I closed those 3 credit cards, my credit score shot up 60 points, I would not have believed it had I not seen it for myself.
Well when he gets to that "country club", he can become the new "Boom Boom Bonnie". As the lifers line up to get their shot at his butt crack, I am sure one of them will say "What we's haves here is a failure to lubricate".
Indeed, for all the BS you spread, the rest of us need you to have your mailing address changed to Leavenworth, maybe you can plead down for a 10 to 15 year sentence.
I paid off a $66K HELOC, just wrote the check for cash surrendered the liability, didn't do anything after that, didn't get any loans, didn't run up any credit card debt, make more money, my reward, the special way I was thanked, my credit score dropped 40 points. Yet they said my credit score was affected by having this liability, with the liability gone, guess Fair Isaac just doesn't like me not being on the hook for more liabilities.
Nokia to the workers "You have a choice, its either take some coins before we squarely put our foot on your #$%$ before you go out the door OR we will put our foot on your #$%$ AND go out the door"