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Monkey kicks wife out of bed

 

A woman in Germany has been driven out of her marital bed by a jealous pet monkey.

 

The 45-year-old woman, named only as Claudia S, said she could no longer sleep with her husband, Bernd, after their pet rhesus monkey, Buddy, threw her out.

 

Claudia said: "I had to move out of the way otherwise he would pull on my hair. I can't even get into the bed anymore as he gets jealous."

 

She said they had tried to lock the monkey out of the room "but that only lasts about an hour before Buddy starts screeching and wakes the whole neighbourhood up".

 

She added now there was nothing for it, but to sleep in the spare room.

 

Story filed: 10:37 Tuesday 9th September 2003

 

 

Police called out to deal with angry parrots

 

Police called out to deal with a family feud found themselves face to face with two angry parrots.

 

Neighbours had heard loud screams and suspected there was a fight amongst family members in a flat in Remscheid, near Dusseldorf.

 

According to the police report, the woman living in the flat "kindly opened the door and unmasked the two culprits".

 

They turned out to be her two parrots, who appeared to be involved in a screaming match.

 

"They were arguing so loudly it really sounded like human screams," the statement said.

 

Story filed: 11:23 Monday 29th September 2003

 

 

Have you noticed that a good number of these animal stories occur in Germany?

 

 

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Good morning and good stool to all!

 

Nice charts maxxi!

 

I think the pre-market is a good time to share our trading ideas and be a little more expansive with regard to the issues of the day.

 

Once that bell rings, I would again ask that you confine your comments to short term trading issues, news blurbs, and humorous diversions.

 

If a bigger issue scomes to mind, please, please, please, post it on the Look Out Below forum, or other apropriate forum, then place a link to the topic here. That way we can keep the flow moving along at a good clip here. Posts in this forum should be no more than two short paragraphs.

 

I want to encourage critical thinking and expanded dialogue an any issue that is important to you. Again, for those things start a new topic on LOB, Political Stool, Stool's Gold, or which ever forum is best suited for it. Then steer people to the topic after you have posted it by copying the url of the topic page and posting it here on IDS with a brief description of the topic. Feel free to promote your ideas that way!

 

 

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Good morning Stoolies. Big day for numbers, FWIW (EDT):

 

 

8:30 am: Average Workweek for September, prior 33.6, consensus 33.7

8:30 am: Hourly Earnings for September, prior 0.1%, consensus 0.2%

8:30 am: Nonfarm Payrolls for September, prior -93K, consensus -25K

8:30 am: Unemployment Rate for September, prior 6.1%, consensus 6.2%

10: am: ISM Services for September, prior 65.1, consensus 63.0

 

Trade well.

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Regarding the new subscription payment option--

 

As usual with complex software, the integration test failed. :angry:

 

Why can't software engineers get this stuff right? A live test yesterday didn't work, shutting out many stoolies from access to their subscriptions for nearly an hour, for which I apologize. Hopefully, the next test, whenever that is, will have a successful result, and no one will be inconvenienced.

 

Hopefully. :huh:

 

Anyway, implementation postponed until further notice.

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New Talk Show!

 

Oprah Iossif and Dr. Phil Stool are pleased to announce that this Saturday they will be hosting a panel discussion featuing three of your favorite fellow stoolies. Wyndysrf, machinehead, and K Wave Rider will be participating in the panel to be broadcast on Marketviews.tv either late Saturday, or Sunday. The exact time will be posted on the Marketviews.tv website. The program will be open to all. Doc highly recommends subscription to Ike's premium service as well!

 

Doc wishes to extend his sincere thanks to Ike Iossif for giving us the opportunity to share the wonderful talent and insight of you stoolies via his program. Support the Stool and support Marketviews.tv!

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Bonds sold off yesterday as some on the street expect a large upward adjustment to payrolls to account for the large difference between payroll employment and household employment. Payroll employment has dropped while household employment has risen as a result of new businesses.

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s-p made HOD after 4pm again

 

now making more new H's pre 9:30

 

they must be tuned into crapvison cudlow

 

A RAVING BULL NONSTOP now maria with her Bullhorn

 

 

when the investagations begin like enron on the SM

I will not feel any sorrow........................

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Why can't software engineers get this stuff right?

Since it's slow now waiting on the big number...

 

See if this confirms your experience...

 

The reason I've ALWAYS heard (and USED as a hack) is incomplete or incorrect requirements.

 

SE's don't think...er...about the problem, only the solution.

:lol:

Better luck next time! ;)

 

waiting to see the fxfox prophesy :)

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Bonds sold off yesterday as some on the street expect a large upward adjustment to payrolls to account for the large difference between payroll employment and household employment. Payroll employment has dropped while household employment has risen as a result of new businesses.

Sounds logical. Poodits and even Congresscritters were yammering on about the inconsistency after the last couple of releases.

 

If household employment is looking brighter, then payroll employment must be cut to fit, beaten to shape and painted to match. Problem solved!

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