Trading Porzingis?? Yea sure. Let's hope that's just a BAD JOKE. Trading Phil?? Now that might be something to consider....
The Trumpster is kicking butt and taking names. A business man in the White House?? It almost makes you forget that last guy.....
Overall I think we will see upside for MSG in the short-term. Perhaps a pullback next day or so could occur I suppose but are yall also seeing a further leg higher? google awe-someSTOCKS - they offer pretty good trade alerrts. you dont have to trade their tickers but it definetly helps you recognize possible patterns for stocks you're trading.
The Knicks beat the Spurs?? Who would have thunk it. It might just signal a little turn around here....
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Hey Phil.... You came to Mandan and beat the Braves back in 62 and you had a wonderful run with the Bulls and the Lakers, so what happened to that Midas Touch?? She hasn't looked good the last few years, so what's up??
28 DAYS AGO.... No words were spoken but a strong thought came to mind to pray the Rosary every day until the election and the TRUMPSTER would win. i've never prayed the Rosary as much as i should have over the years, but i loved the Blessed Mother of JESUS since i rode a tricycle and have only missed Sunday Mass and Holy Communion 3 times in the last 40 years. So, the wife and i prayed the Rosary together before bedtime and 28 days later, the TRUMPSTER won the election. Whether he won it or not, we'll continue to do it because it's just feels good....
Timing is EVERYTHING, most of the time.... i think there were 8 teams in our league. Our team and one other were undefeated, so we were going to play for the title the following week, which didn't mean spit to anyone but us. The other team had a good shooting guard, but there was no way they were going to beat us. i was drafted by the Army, but wanted to see California, so i joined the Marine Corps instead and was supposed to leave in two weeks. A couple days later, the recruiter called and said i could go in two days. i thought about the game, but for some reason i said okay. Went through boot camp at MCRD, advanced training and then admin school. After admin school they took about 20 of us and sent us to legal school. They said we could pick our own duty station by the way the way we finished the class. my buddy Elzey and i studied hard and it paid off. A woman Marine came in first and third, but they had to go to San Diego and didn't get to pick their duty station. i came in 2nd and Elzey came in 4th, so we got first picks. Treasure Island needed two legal clerks, so we jumped at that one. i also was the 1000th Marine to graduate from that school, so they gave me another grade. We started there in January 1972 and it was the perfect fit. A young 1st Lt. was the boss, a 40 year old woman Staff Sergeant ran the office and the two of us rookies filled the office. It was an old large house on base and i had walk through the aisle past the Captains office, the Majors office, the lt. Colonels office and past Colonel Mulvihills office (who was one heck of a nice guy) back to our small office in the back of the building. It was a very cool place to work. Private Wilbur was a good buddy and one day it was raining like crazy outside. He walked over to our building for some reason and the flag was being raised. He stopped on the steps and the water was coming off the roof down the back of his shirt, so he stepped on the porch. We all gave each other names, so i gave him the name "Wilbur", because he was such a smart guy. He was from Colorado and cut the head off a parking meter or some other terrible crime, so the judge gave him jail time or Marine Corps Time.The Major hated Wilbur, because he didn't take the Corps very seriously, so he wrote him up for office hours, because he moved while the flag was being raised. Wilbur walked into our office all upset and told me about the office hours, so i sat down to that beautiful IBM Selectric typewriter on my desk and typed out a note that Private W. requests Lt. Golub to represent him at office hours ( Lt. Golub was a Naval Lawyer that never lost a case) and told him to give it the Major on the way out. We never heard from the Major again and he did leave Wilbur alone from that day on. It was a great 15 months and i had a 64 Econoline van, so we spent a lot of weekends off base from the Russian River north to Ben Lomand or Glen Lomand (sp.) down south on a Friday night at a large log tavern, that just happened to have Jessie Collin Young and his band that night. We were six feet away from Earthquake Anderson, one heck of a harmonica player. We also took in a lot of concerts at Winterland. The first concert we went to had ZZ Top, a group from England called Wild Turkey and the headliner was Ten Years After. Too many good times to forget. My team lost the game by 6 points without me.....timing is everything....
i played guard on a lot of good teams back in the day. One season back in one of the Bismarck leagues, i averaged 28 points a game. Our two forwards averaged 20 and 22 points a game. A lot of high school and college players can shoot, but their defense suffers. i loved to play tight defense against the other teams best shooting guard. Many of them fell apart when you're in their face. Their 20 point game fell to around 6. paul ryan is one of those 6 point shooters....
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