That would be a great day indeed.
We have the most inefficient government ever. It's time we start discriminating against people from certain countries. Enough of this PC bull. Between the muslims, the illegal invasion and now ebola, multiculturalism has once again proven to be a unmitigated disaster.
Good point. Make sure to visit DC too and visit that Fed, the White House and Congress.
What is it was Al Gore or another climate scientist?
And be sure to shake hands with everybody there. If you find out where Veg lives, please give her a big hug. She has probably never been hugged by a man before so you may even be able to get away with telling her you have the disease.
And we get called "racists" for suggesting that the US borders should be shut. What a joke.
Why are you so obsessed with Veggie trollalert2013_the_tool? Is there something you want to tell us?
I like how if I were to buy gold and silver at retail, they wouldn't give me the price quoted on the futures. Bunch of Js.
Indeed. It's amazing what Yahoo blocks and what it doesn't block. I had a great burn for Pud a couple nights ago and it had nothing bad in it. Oh well.
We are the only males that talk to her. It makes you wonder why women like Veg even care about being pro life/pro choice. It's not like she's getting any... unless she believes that cucumber she knocked up is going to impregnate her.
The Veg seems desperate for a long cylindrical object.
Good luck my friend. Here's a nice tidbit for you:
Despite significant pain inflicted upon the precious metals complex by the rising U.S. dollar, some investors are not throwing in the towel on silver exchange traded funds. In fact, they are doing just the opposite and putting new money to work with the likes of iShares Silver Trust (SLV) .
“ Bargain-hunters have been accumulating positions in exchange traded silver products, with holdings now just shy of the record highs seen in October 2013. In contrast, non-commercial short interest in the futures market is near a record high (chart below), boosting futures open interest to the highest level since February 2008. Last week, silver declined for the 11 th consecutive week, the longest period in the history of our weekly database since 1968. With short positioning stretched, a sharp short-covering rally for silver is becoming a possibility,” said ETF Securities in a recent research note.
Could the unwinding of these positions be the black swan? Someone has to have a LOT at stake. Look at the charts of everything in my thread title.