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stocktor_evil 102 posts  |  Last Activity: Sep 18, 2014 7:19 AM Member since: Jun 4, 2009
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  • stocktor_evil stocktor_evil Sep 18, 2014 7:19 AM Flag

    bonobo said he would;

    halve the deficit by is 3rd year,
    that if you like your plan, your doctor, your $2500/yr savings, you can keep them,
    invite anyone, the disease ridden, america hating terrorists,... to come through an open insecure southern border to infect US citizens with TB, ebola,... bombs,..
    that he would end the war in Iraq,
    that ISIS was JV.

    Biden among 20 or 30 other moronic gaffes, called #$%$ Shylocks. He supports Palestine,... Hamas,... all other terrorists against #$%$.

    And #$%$ will vote for them again.


  • stocktor_evil stocktor_evil Sep 17, 2014 8:32 PM Flag

    No historical records are "kept off public domain".

    Who would be the keepers of this information? The US, the most technologically advanced nation on earth, has only been around the last few hundred years. Don't you think if other nations were keeping some kind of advanced civilization secrets, they would have used them to outdo the US or the Romans 2000 years ago? There's no intentional effort to keep the past private. There are no little green men at Area 57. There are no human fossils mixed in with 100 million or any year old dinosaur fossils.

    And the "helical model of the solar system" is completely useless garbage. First, the sun's mass is 1000 times the mass of all other planets combined. If all planets were positioned in their orbit all on one side of the sun, there wouldn't be enough mass to cause any significant wobble in the sun. It would cause as much wobble as a bb would to a 100 lb bowling ball. Second, the plane of the solar system is not perpendicular to the rotation pane of the galaxy. They're at about a 60 degree angle to each other. So if you were to animate the path of the sun and the planets around the galaxy wrt the center of the galaxy, it would be a skewed spiral. Not a helix. Regardless, it's useless tripe. Relative to the sun, the planets orbit in slightly elliptical planar orbits. We don't care about the movement wrt the center of the galaxy, because we're all moving at the same velocity relative to it.

    It's like cars speeding down the highway. Everything is fine when everyone is moving at the same speed even if it's 100 mph. The problems start when a car or group of cars makes an abrupt change in speed relative to everyone else. Even with the odd meteor, we can take for granted everything in our neck of the woods of the galaxy will all move in the same direction at the same speed wrt the center of the galaxy, as if we were all standing still, so we can concentrate on motion wrt the sun or the earth or other cars as the need arises

  • stocktor_evil stocktor_evil Sep 17, 2014 2:37 PM Flag

    As usual complete nonsense. The earth doesn't have to travel faster or slower around the sun in reference to the sun depending on the time of year or which side of the sun it's on. Anyone who thinks this has no clue about physics or gravity or angular momentum, motion,... Etc.

  • stocktor_evil stocktor_evil Sep 17, 2014 2:29 PM Flag

    Ridiculous. And it's not conceit, it's called education, common sense,... There were no past civilizations more advanced than ours otherwise there'd be a fossil record. There are no mysteries about the earth. We understand plate tectonics and continental shift. We know the earth's origins. We know what it takes to travel through space. There are no ET's. Just by the fact of the technological advancement necessary to get here from the next habitable planet means that if an ET did get here, they would be so far advanced there'd be no reason for them to hide in the shadows like in "Signs". Even if it wad just a recon visit. We'd all be there beyotches.

  • Reply to

    Living next door to Janet Yellen -

    by gainmoney17 Sep 16, 2014 1:19 PM
    stocktor_evil stocktor_evil Sep 16, 2014 7:02 PM Flag

    Or,..... why with the so called threat (or is it a lie) of deflation and a miserable tard induced quagmired no growth no jobs economy and bonobo's $7.3 trillion and growing additional debt, they would even think of raising rates next year? To give tards a reason to double the welfare state and enslave them in the democrat party again?

  • stocktor_evil stocktor_evil Sep 16, 2014 9:30 AM Flag

    Dude, if you have to ask these questions, you need to drop the conspiracy theory and new age #$%$ websites and "read about it on" paleoanthropology science books..

  • Reply to

    Marxists have never proved that....

    by jimmydugan503 Sep 12, 2014 5:51 PM
    stocktor_evil stocktor_evil Sep 15, 2014 5:28 PM Flag

    Again, complete nonsense.

    Communism doesn't generate super high productivity. Quite the opposite. That was proven by the puritans in the 17th century. As well as others more recently. It's property rights, profit motive, competition, the invisible hand that generates the highest productivity.

  • Reply to

    Marxists have never proved that....

    by jimmydugan503 Sep 12, 2014 5:51 PM
    stocktor_evil stocktor_evil Sep 15, 2014 5:16 PM Flag

    I think they're complete nonsense.

  • stocktor_evil stocktor_evil Sep 15, 2014 1:31 PM Flag

    Excellent question. The worst president in us history by far and it's shocking that 29% of the population are so stupid they still support him. These are the bottom of the barrel welfare state dwellers who have IQs about as high as bonobo's approval rating.

  • stocktor_evil stocktor_evil Sep 15, 2014 12:48 PM Flag

    There would be and is evidence of it. It's just the further back you go, the less civilized the civilization. Three million years ago the population wasn't much more intelligent or civilized than the typical quadrupedal bonobo supporter. After 3 million years of evolution the species has split into bipedal australopithecus bonobo supporters and the infinitely more advanced larger brained modern man.

  • stocktor_evil stocktor_evil Sep 15, 2014 10:41 AM Flag

    Have you never heard of archeology, paleoanthropology,....?

    The caveman stock market is fairly well documented on cave walls. They traded in much the same commodities we do,... woolly mammoth bellies,... weapons for the industrial bronze age military complex,... durable goods like washing rocks, mustangs with leather seats and open air ventilation,...

  • Reply to

    The Progressive Left is....

    by jimmydugan503 Sep 13, 2014 7:49 PM
    stocktor_evil stocktor_evil Sep 14, 2014 11:26 AM Flag

    There are 2 or 3 cases of ebola in the US thanks to tards. There are 100,000,000 cases of progressive left cancer in the US. Jimmy should get 99,999,997 stars.

    Just look at the self proclaimed independent democrat socialist wacko, bernie sanders, who was just ranting on meet the press about the Koch brothers like he had harry reid's hand up his axe throwing the tard doctrine voice spin. Not one word about soros or the other tard billionaires chuck tard mentioned or that it's been under tard government control the last 8 years that the welfare state as well as the billionaire state has expanded exponentially while destroying jobs and the middle class.

    No the tard cancer is 100,000,000 times worse than ebola. Politically correct statements like

    "I guess the people who have contracted Ebola would disagree with your assessment."

    have no place in protecting the country's future. The country 25,000 died to create. That's equivalent to 3.2 million now. Where would we be if they said back then, "if our men fight this war in the winter, some without any shoes to wear, they could get the flu or pneumonia and die, let's stop this freedom nonsense for their sake".

    Things like this are why we're having to go back to Iraq within a couple of years of leaving and refight a war only because bonobo didn't want to keep a couple of bases with US troops on them like we have for 70 years in Germany, Japan and other places since WW2.

    A step to a cure is not to let pissant little states like Vermont, Iowa (with it's hypocritical demand for corn ethanol subsidies and ethonal's destruction of engines and parts),... who support these socialist politicians have a disproportionate say in the political process. Which requires limiting voting rights to responsible working citizens at least. Anyone who goes on the tax payer funded welfare state should be required to relinquish there voting rights in the United States. God forbid, they be required to be US citizens and show a picture ID.

  • stocktor_evil stocktor_evil Sep 14, 2014 9:51 AM Flag

    'God helps those who help themselves.'

    If you have to do all of the work helping yourself, why should god get any credit for it?

    The corollary to that is then; those that don't help themselves - the lazy, the dishonorable, those with no sense of responsibility, even innocent children stricken with cancer,.... god leaves to be helped by the tax payers. He ain't got no time for that - those who won't or can't help themselves.

    In the name of god, I think I (and therefore god too) am going to come up with a cunning plan to help myself to all of the money in my local bank. And if it fails, it's god's fault.


  • stocktor_evil stocktor_evil Sep 13, 2014 9:58 PM Flag

    Yes the failure of these financial institutions had nothing to do with them being loaded to the gills with subprime mortgages and their delinquencies and eventual defaults and the resulting home price declines compounding delinquencies and defaults requiring the banks to pony up more capital to maintain reserve requirements,.. which wold have required issuing secondaries which would dilute the stock.

    AIG was the exception. They're the morons who took the wrong side of the bets on credit default swaps. The ones GS was issuing and trading in themselves, but on the right side of the bet. Of course tax payers bailed out AIG who paid GS and several others in full. Strange no one in the bonobo admin said, "hey GS, since tax payers are in effect covering your bet, you need to take a discount on your winnings, else we'll just let AIG fail and you won't get squat". But GS probably funded much of bonobo's campaign and they had to be paid back.

    Later Goldman got a small ($550 million) slap on the wrist, nothing like the 10's of billions the banks who unfortunately were basically forced to buy the banks who were failing to help "save the financial system".

    "The investigative report by the Senate’s Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, chaired by Levin, found that Goldman Sachs “used net short positions to benefit from the downturn in the mortgage market, and designed, marketed, and sold CDOs in ways that created conflicts of interest with the firm’s clients and at times led to the bank’s profiting from the same products that caused substantial losses for its clients.”

    A statement from the Justice Department issued late on Thursday evening noted, “Based on the law and evidence as they exist at this time, there is not a viable basis to bring a criminal prosecution with respect to Goldman Sachs or its employees in regard to the allegations set forth in the report.”"

    Yes the uptick rule was the real reason for the tard induced financial collapse.

  • Reply to

    Marxists have never proved that....

    by jimmydugan503 Sep 12, 2014 5:51 PM
    stocktor_evil stocktor_evil Sep 12, 2014 9:01 PM Flag

    Most bonobo supporters are alliterate.

  • stocktor_evil stocktor_evil Sep 12, 2014 8:59 PM Flag

    Yep that's what we have under bonobo/tard policy alright.

    And that's why we're burning,... deficit spending 8% of GDP........... on grants and loan guarantees for climate change alchemy, tearing down perfectly fine productive energy efficient dams and hydro power plants that generate electricity 24/7 to save snail darters, outlawing coal, while funding construction of solar powered elec plants that fry rare bird species when they work and only work on average about 4 to 6 hours a day,.and on and on............ to generate 1% growth.

  • stocktor_evil stocktor_evil Sep 12, 2014 8:28 PM Flag

    You know, the ebola thing is another reason American blacks, especially the oprah loserfrees of the world, should get on their hands and knees and thank whatever fictitious deity they pray to, that their ancestral brethren African blacks sold their ancestors into slavery and gave them the opportunity to live a much higher standard of living then and now.

    Having said that, a lot less than I'd pay not to have to see it. I'd pay a lot if oprah would get on stage and thank every white person in the US for making her clueless racist axe a billionaire.

  • stocktor_evil stocktor_evil Sep 12, 2014 6:34 PM Flag

    Well 2024 is 10 years away. Spending on all of those things listed and much more will also quadruple under tard policy sending the US into the bankrupt welfare state ash heap of once rich and powerful empires, so it's a wash.

    Oh sure 70% of the population of the US knows we're on the wrong track under bonobo, but his reelection equates to a mandate wrong track or not and that Goodell thing, what the little stick boy dweeb Justin Bieber is doing and a whole host of other fads, social political correctness and other tard diversions are just a little higher up on the priority list.

  • Reply to

    C @ 60 before October

    by rbullmarket Sep 12, 2014 10:45 AM
    stocktor_evil stocktor_evil Sep 12, 2014 2:03 PM Flag

    C at $50 +/- $2 in October.

    Sentiment= Indifferent

  • Reply to

    Obama's broad coalition....

    by jimmydugan503 Sep 11, 2014 12:26 PM
    stocktor_evil stocktor_evil Sep 11, 2014 4:31 PM Flag

    Well the optics of war aren't good for a faux president whose approval rating is already sub 40.
    This is more than the antithesis of the wag the dog strategy. This is the dog wagging the dingle bonobo stuck to the dog's tail strategy.

    But no matter the outcome, Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi, a slew of other tards, executive office mussles and apologists from the msm will applaud it as leading while behind the scenes bonobo makes his daily calls to CentCom from the white house residence media center asking, "hey which way did my men go?".

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