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Slightly off topic discussion but I traded LP records, amongst other things, at school.


I remember "YES,:Tormato". I'd bought it off an unwanted Xmas presentoff a friend for 50 pence : 1/2 pound sterling. [At that time, albums went for around 4 pounds sterling.]


Cut the story short, my history teacher (somewhere in 20's or early 30's) asked me when I entered his class what I was carrying so I showed him. He thought it great that one of his 13 year old was into "YES" like himself, but he'd not bought that new album as a result of being too busy.


Eventually, I cut a deal where I would take the album home, tape and bring it back. Agreed price was 3.00 pounds : a brand new record, no scratches/obvious signs of usage etc .

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Bullhorn Alert**************






NEW YORK, N.Y.- Federal Reserve Bank of Boston President Cathy

Minehan speaks before a Money Marketeers of New York University



JOHNSON CITY, Tenn.- Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta President

Jack Guynn speaks on "Economic Outlook and Monetary Policy"

before the Center for Banking at East Tennessee State

University.- 1500 GMT


WASHINGTON- U.S. Treasury Secretary John Snow testifies on

social security and Medicare before the House Ways and Means

Committee- 1700 GMT


WASHINGTON- U.S. Treasury Secretary John Snow speaks before the

Hispanic Chamber of Commerce- 1930 GMT


PORTLAND, Ore.- Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco President

Robert Parry participates in "Looking Around the Corner?

Strategies for New Opportunities" panel at Annual CEO Roundtable

sponsored by Concordia University, Portland.- 2000 GMT



WARRENTON, Va.- Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan speaks

on "Rural Economic Issues" before the "New Approaches to

Rural Policy: Lessons from Around the World" conference

cosponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. Federal

Reserve Bank of Kansas City President Thomas Hoenig moderates

morning session. OECD Secretary-General Donald J.Johnston

attends- 1400 GMT


NEW YORK, N.Y.- Federal Reserve Bank of New York President

Timothy Geithner speaks before the New York Bankers Association.

- 1430 GMT


MEMPHIS, Tenn.- Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis President

William Poole holds media Q&A, discuses the FOMC with students

and speaks on "Trade, Wages and Employment" at LeMoyne-Owen

College.- 1500 GMT


WASHINGTON, D.C.- Federal Reserve Board Gov. Donald Kohn

participates in "Monetary Policy in Transition" luncheon

discussion at the National Association of Business Economists

"Economic Policy in Transition: From Short-term Stimulus to

Long-term Sustainability Washington Policy Conference.- 1730 GMT


NAGASAKI, Japan- Bank of Japan (BOJ) policy board member

Toshikatsu Fukuma meets business leaders. Followed by news



WASHINGTON- U.S. Treasury Secretary John Snow testifies on

international issues before the House Financial Services

Committee- 1500 GMT


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A question to the TA experts:

What target prices do you see for GOLD (the stock), for the next 3-5 trading days, and for the next few months?

Many thanks from a TA-challenged



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Why do three continents shake with anxiety and fear about the thought of Al Kaida posessing one or two suitcase bombs while the zelous Alkaidians fearlessly and might i add recklessly threaten Israel ,posessor of at least 200 nuclear weapons.continously??


Does this question adress itself ,loudly and clearly,to the issue of MORAL EQUIVALENCE?


Neville Chamberlain where are you now that we need you???


BEARDRECH---Are we looking forward to a repeat of Samson and the Philistines(ancient spelling of Palistinians)???? :ph34r: :ph34r: :cry:

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If I was an absolute capitalist...The best bet would be to self destruct South Korea...


The north has built a doomsday blast machine pointed south...No one would put up too much of a fuss if North Korea was vaporised in the aftermath...


That is one play...the others (2) are progressively harder to control and larger in magnitude...


Then there is also the unknown...The current crop of absolute capitalists might crack under the strain of the grim realities that looked good on paper but a nightmare once put into effect...


whatever we are headed towards will be the end game of the NWO types...


Might be a 1 two punch since all religions must be wiped out and Korea won't allow that goal to be accomplished effectively...Middle East/Israel play would be an effective religion destroyer if it is played that way....

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