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A deadly earthquake has struck Haiti.

Robert Hitt says that deadly earthquakes "relieve the stress" which would normally be reflected in stock market corrections.

 

It does seem that on many occasions, earthquakes are associated with tradeable bottoms.

 

Just sayin'

 

 

Plus taunting TJ also seems to.... well.... you know.....

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After much consideration I buy a BIDU put and see what happens: . :wacko:

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/Email-leak-h...ml?x=0&.v=8

 

E-mail leak has Google threatening to leave China

Google says it might end operations in China over compromise of dissidents' e-mail accounts

 

By Michael Liedtke, AP Technology Writer , On Tuesday January 12, 2010, 6:33 pm

 

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Google Inc. said Tuesday it might end its operations in China after it discovered that the e-mail accounts of human rights activists had been breached.

 

The company disclosed in a blog post that it had detected a "highly sophisticated and targeted attack on our corporate infrastructure originating from China." Further investigation revealed that "a primary goal of the attackers was accessing the Gmail accounts of Chinese human rights activists," Google said in the post written by Chief Legal Officer David Drummond.

 

Needless to say Baidu is up and Google is down after hours.

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We needs to send out a posse to find the criminals that hacked the STOOL......Calling all bears!!!

 

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We needs to send out a posse to find the criminals that hacked the STOOL......Calling all bears!!!

 

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And I sez POSSE not.... :rolleyes:

 

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This chart's a beaut...

 

ATH ~ $105, 2008 low ~ $55

 

50% Fibber =$80, which it reached near the end of 2008

 

....then the legs fell out

 

....trying to reclaim, and hold the $80 level again

 

Amazin'

 

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Out , flat and looking to short as of this morning. Man I hate it when the site goes down.

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Careful...

 

Last time you taunted the Tauntometer, the Stool blew an RCA 12BA6

 

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Sadly those tubes are a weak spot. Early work by Dr Stool to overcome the problem of tubes in computers resulted in his experimental methane powered gas logic computer. Eventually complaints by the neighbors shut down the project.

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It remains to be seen if Mr. Widget can squeeze out another day to get the 8 day below the zero momentum zone before the next cycle. Today was Day 7 with potential for great things to come if there is waning demand. In the spirit of the season I call upon the "ghost of January expirations" to swing low and fill gaps below for day 8.

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Glad you are back up Doc! What an UFB pain in the ass. Hopefully your hosting service has a way to track down the offending IP address.

 

TJ - the junkers are looking good.

 

GKK closed above $3

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RMIX looking ready to break out. First tgt= $1.5

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ALU still holding up and looking good. Heard ALU mentioned (CNBS or Boomberg) about being one of the vendor of choice to help alleviate the data cellular jam.

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Sadly those tubes are a weak spot. Early work by Dr Stool to overcome the problem of tubes in computers resulted in his experimental methane powered gas logic computer. Eventually complaints by the neighbors shut down the project.

 

What is really funny, though, is that today most microwaves have more computing power than the megalithic hulks found in that room.

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How would you pronounce that?

Emphasis on the second syllable:

 

taun-TOM-meter

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Hey Psyche Doc, a possible H&S pattern may be setting up on $SGG (proxy for Sugar). Will be looking this week for a possible swing short on SBH0 with a stop above recent high of $28.95.

 

Your thoughts and insights are appreciated. You have been on fire of late - good call on oil!

 

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