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August 18, 2003

 

Two hours after the electricity died on Thursday, Homey Hyman was having trouble breathing. The 12-year-old black Labrador has had a problem with his larynx for a while, but the heat - thanks to the lack of air conditioning - exacerbated the problem. The Hymans waited to see if Homey got better as he usually does, but by 8 p.m. the dog was in distress. His tongue was blue, his body temperature was 105 degrees and his sides were concave as he sucked hard to draw air into his body.

 

"It was a little scary," said Rick Hyman, 25. "That [the blackout] just added to the problem."

 

The Melville family wasn't sure that the Long Island Veterinary Specialists in Plainview was open, but when they drove by and saw that it was, they rushed Homey in for treatment . . .

 

And this is where Nancy just finished her full time Small Animal Vet Tech Internship, the final course prior to her graduation from LaGuardia College at the end of this month. She is very happy and proud to have had the opportunity to work with these people.

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So you want scary thought :o

17 yr high on bull -bear ratio

 

MF lowest record of cash in years history @ this point in time

Late aug has been a top many many times Aug 25 1987

was the top before the 1987 crash :shocked

 

Last but far from least........... The unknowable unthinkable

unspoken reality that some manmade event is within seconds

of unfolding :shocked

 

 

ps don't even compare 1929 1933 4 yr period with 2000 2004 :shocked

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wtf is w/ the futures? blast off. going to hit 1015 by the open.

 

10day equity only p/c ratio is 50. lowest i have on record going back 3 years. extreme complacency. today is day 13 from latest low. pullback is due immediately.

spx hits new high, then selloff

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INTC raises guidance.

 

Giant breakaway gap on everything.......

 

Intel Third-Quarter Business Trending above Expectations

Friday August 22, 8:30 am ET

Company Updates Revenue Range to $7.3 Billion to $7.8 Billion; Conference Call Scheduled for Today at 7 a.m. PDT Call-in Number is 913-981-5508; Code 772506

 

SANTA CLARA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug. 22, 2003-- Intel Corporation today provided an update to the company's Business Outlook for the third quarter, which ends Sept. 27.

Intel expects revenue to be between $7.3 billion and $7.8 billion, as compared to the previous range of $6.9 billion to $7.5 billion. The company's Intel Architecture business is generally trending higher across all geographies and channels while demand for communications products remains soft. Gross margin is expected to be 56 percent, plus or minus a couple of points, compared to previous expectation of 54 percent, plus or minus a couple of points. All other expectations are unchanged.

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My scary thought is what those Thursday night Fed releases showed. Uncle Al has gone on an epic, mind-warping, week-long bender of currency debauchery. At this moment, he and Ben are waking up in the alley behind the Marriner S. Eccles Building, surrounded by empty wine bottles and scratching their stubble (and their asses).

 

"I reckon Mister Marke needs a little HAIR OF THE DOG, hey Ben," cackles Al, brushing the debris off his jacket. "And I SURE AS HELL DO. Wah ha ha ha ha!"

 

I will wager that Doug Noland will be absolutely beside himself tonight, devoting several heavy-breathing paragraphs (and exhausting all his Adjectives) to decrying the Unfathomable Excesses and Extreme Reliquifaction of the Post-Bubble Bubble (what we call Bubble II at Capitalstool).

 

Strange days have found us

Strange days have tracked us down

They're going to destroy our casual joys

We shall go on playing or find a new town

 

Jim Morrison, Strange Days

 

p.s. Glad - congrats to Nancy. Well done.

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And Question of the Day

 

Q: What is the lesson we learn about the stock market from the fact that AMZN is headed for fifty bucks?

 

A: That the stock market has absolutely nothing to do with fundamentals, and anyone who thinks it does is wasting their time.

 

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