Dr Mui is positioning the financial sector perfectly right now for the HUGE HUGE crash later on. Happy trading to all while I'm away to Ulan Bator and Kathmandu.
Dean why would it matter to you? You say the "END" is very very close. You have said how close it is 5498 times already. So do you think Friday maybe?
Finally the Lord got enough of Wilkerson's crazy wacky predictions. After a couple of warnings, God told him to go take a drive in his car, and there the Lord killed him.
Dby don't be shy about asking for help.
Only groups with words like "Liberty" or "Freedom" in their name should have been targeted, as these groups are generally composed of tax evading scalawags, don't you agree?
for a while but will check the message whenever I can. As you know, Dr Fred Mui, PhD, ThD is in Shanghai indefinitely but I can get a message to him on your behalf if it's urgent. Just remind yourself that during these early courtship sessions it's normal for you to be just as nervous and self-conscious as they are. You'll do fine !
for a while but I will still check the messages every few days. Dr Fred Mui, PhD, ThD of course is in Shanghai and I don't know when he is planning to return.I can get a message to him on your behalf though, so don't fret and get all nervous. Remind yourself they are just as nervous and self-conscious as you are and you will do just fine !
I know. You operate by being a minority of two.
Not that many would actually burn, due to improved fire codes and building regulations, but they could very well see lots of windows busted out. I ran this by Dr Fred Mui, PhD, ThD, and even though he's vacationing in Shanghai, he agrees. As a side note, he says much of Shanghai could actually burn.
You will soon be all by yourself facing off against 320,000,000 happy, wealthy and wise Americans, won't you. Poor baby.
From Motley Fool..........
Raise your hand if you saw this coming: The federal budget deficit is collapsing. I mean really, it's in freefall.
None of you?
Let this be a lesson of how fast things change.
The Congressional Budget Office lowered its estimate of this year's budget deficit to $642 billion, $200 billion lower than it estimated in February, and down from $1.1 trillion last year. As a share of GDP, the deficit has declined more than 60% since 2009.
Three things are happening:
Tax revenue is coming in much higher than expected, thanks to a stronger economy.
Spending is coming in lower than expected.
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are repaying tens of billions of dollars in bailout funds.
You need to step aside as we are building a great and mighty nation here.
is my guess.
You don't seem to be garnering much support here do you? Don't you ever stop and wonder why that is?
Consensus is that the dopes are you and Dean. I see that theme repeated over and over. Happened again today, didn't it Dean #2?