DON'T FORGET To load up all the FAZ you can possibly afford in pre-market on BLACK TUESDAY, then come back at market open and LOAD THE BOAT with 10 times MORE !!!!
Big rewards and free money for you !
Fist Pounding Buy.
very black day on tap.
Management does not appear to be getting the message just yet.
Someone may not be getting their moneys worth there, my good buddy.
and where you learned to translate Latin. HaaaaHaaaaaa
no 'LONGS' until the market opens then maybe for a while or maybe not. It depends.
Sheka and Teka, or “socket” and “plug,” have starred in the company’s ads for more than a decade. While Israelis have long playfully questioned whether the characters might be gay, the arrival of a baby puppet in the new campaign has set off new speculation about their sexual orientation, with some groups accusing the company of being intentionally ambiguous in a cynical ploy for publicity. (AP Photo/Yossi Weiss, Israel Electric Corporation, HOPD)
No one is long FAZ for more than a few hours during the trading day. You need to ask Dr Mui for some personal attention and maybe he can explain day trading to you.
CINCINNATI, Tue Oct 22, 01:18 AM
Meeting set on Iraq vet's SpongeBob gravestone
In this Thursday, Oct. 10, 2013, photo provided by the family of Kimberly Walker, shows Walker's gravestone in the likeness...More
Officials at a cemetery that removed a slain Iraq war veteran's towering SpongeBob SquarePants headstone from her final resting place after they deemed it inappropriate for their traditional grounds were planning to meet with the soldier's family to explore possible solutions.
The headstone of Kimberly Walker, 28, was made in the likeness of her favorite cartoon character and erected at Spring Grove Cemetery on Oct. 10, almost eight months after she was found slain in a Colorado hotel room.
Despite getting the cemetery's prior approval of the headstone's design - a smiling SpongeBob in an Army uniform, with Walker's name and rank - her family said Monday that cemetery staff called them the day after it was installed to say it would have to come down.
The 7-foot headstone, along with a near-exact duplicate erected for Walker's living twin sister, have been removed and will not be allowed back up, cemetery President Gary Freytag said Monday.
"We've decided that they aren't appropriate for our historic cemetery and they can't be displayed here," Freytag said, adding that the employee who approved the headstones made an inexplicable error in judgment, given the cemetery's traditional, stately appearance.
He acknowledged that the cemetery is at fault and that staff members would be meeting with Walker's family on Tuesday to try to find a solution, which could include a more traditional gravestone bearing small likeness of the character.
Freytag also said Spring Grove is prepared to reimburse the family for each headstone, which cost a combined $26,000, and pay for new ones.
"I feel terrible that it got to this point but I'm hoping we can come out at the other end of the tunnel with a solution,"
when is the retest of the retest of the retest?