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#46 psyche doctor

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Posted 26 December 2009 - 07:58 PM

Audit the Treasury.

Getting rid of Ben would be easier than getting rid of Tim. The Treasury has so many balls in the air and the group who knows about the details is so small that a non insider taking over now unless they are a pathetic figure head would be very dangerous.

Tim was on the air today saying how growth is underway. I expect at least a 4% GDP prelim number whenever that comes out in early Jan.



Yes, all eyes are on the Treasurey. With 2010 getting ready to begin, I am rife with giddy anticipation to see how this macabre freak show will end. Will the bond market blow up: can the master planners keep juggling the dynamite sticks? If they can pull this off, I will be most impressed. How will they do it though? Could they sacrifice the stock market and force that money back into trasheries?
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#47 Trader Joe

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Posted 26 December 2009 - 08:00 PM

Mr. Market needs a reduced calorie intake

Has your weight bothered you so much that you'd spend $300 to suck in your gut and get a new pants size?

It appears the fad has gone parabolic with MED like none other time


ShamWow!!!

That thing is destined for about $3.50 a share....anyone buying here is a f**king dope and will be soon relieved of the majority of their investment

Oh, and good news it's optionable....some OTM puts may need to be acquired at some point in the next month or so....this would mark my fist put BUY since I went long puts in the Homobuilders at the beginning of the implosion and my BBY puts that bought before it tanked in late '08....

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Posted 26 December 2009 - 08:16 PM

ShamWow!!!

That thing is destined for about $3.50 a share....anyone buying here is a f**king dope and will be soon relieved of the majority of their investment

Oh, and good news it's optionable....some OTM puts may need to be acquired at some point in the next month or so....this would mark my fist put BUY since I went long puts in the Homobuilders at the beginning of the implosion and my BBY puts that bought before it tanked in late '08....


There is a $43 solution that works for those who don't want to eat or excercise or spend money. It's called

the PREGNANCY HORMONE :lol:

http://www.rebekahsp...oducts/hcg.html
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#49 psyche doctor

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Posted 26 December 2009 - 08:27 PM

There might be some put possibilities soon on this Parabolic POS:

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#50 DrStool

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Posted 26 December 2009 - 09:40 PM

Wife and I just went to the local Oriental restaurant for dinner. We were in the restaurant for 45 minutes. When we came out there were 4 inches of snow on the car. I've never seen it snow this hard in my life.

The flakes are an inch in diameter and coming down fast and furious. It's absolutely breathtaking!

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Posted 26 December 2009 - 09:44 PM

Forecast says ice pellets, but it's snowing like hell.

http://www.theweathe...p...&switchto=f

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Posted 26 December 2009 - 10:03 PM

Just took these.

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#53 Charmin

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Posted 26 December 2009 - 10:26 PM

Just took these.


That's great Doc. Others might have something else in mind.

I can't believe this weather related video.
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#54 MrHanky

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Posted 26 December 2009 - 10:39 PM

My quick review of the new MGM's 9 billion dollar "City Center" project in las Vegas......

So packed you could barely walk,Beautiful property on par with some of the nicest properties in vegas.

1.Horrible service
2.Confusing layout,can't find anything easily,except the casino
3.EVERYTHING is high end,no way to do anything without being gouged
4.Absolute ripoff pricing
$4 for cup of coffee
$15 for Mac and cheese
$16 for a 3 OUNCE steak
$13 for a cocktail

Went there for dinner for 2 and dropped $110 bucks (only had 1 drink each).Took forever to get seated,even though it was pretty empty.Serving sizes were MINISCULE.Went directly to IN AND OUT BURGER after dinner because I was still starved and pissed off!




Bottom line....Skip city center and get dinner for 2 at in and out burger for $10 ......and be full.

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Posted 26 December 2009 - 11:02 PM

I wonder if dieting and LED lighting have something in common. Two fads to fail?

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Posted 26 December 2009 - 11:42 PM

Christmas morning from my back window.

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Posted 27 December 2009 - 12:10 AM

Christmas morning from my back window.


Holy f**k Sanchez...

That is a really beautiful view

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Posted 27 December 2009 - 12:10 AM

Christmas morning from my back window.


Beautiful.
Also a very good photographer.

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Posted 27 December 2009 - 12:14 AM

I wonder if dieting and LED lighting have something in common. Two fads to fail?

Cree
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Actually, I'd be a buyer (put it in the drawer and leave it) of CREE at the right price, which is about 50% lower than current

But then again, I'm a BARGAINISTA...or whatever the F they are calling it these days

Eventually, they'll get taken out via acquisition

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Posted 27 December 2009 - 01:01 AM

Ive posted info about household buying UST at 12/23/2009 - no one replied at that time:
http://www.capitalst...p...st&p=783856

Later on at 12/24/2009 CWD also linked this arts.

Here is my theory, and I thnik that this is 100% true. Ive check all the document, and Ive checked all the citation - all IS TRUE. So, we now know that household sectors buys UST for ~500bln usd. The rise is 15-fold(!!!). But we also know that if something cant be classified (investor cant be classified) then he is put in this category. Till now, allof you should have agree, even Doc, because this are the FACTS!.
Now my theory - there are two explanation for this.
Option A: investors are FBHL (federal bank home loan) - or others who get money from MBS purchase from FED. This could be really true because FED is settling almost the same amount of MBS in the same time when there is a big UST auction. This means, that when FED will stop buying MBS, there WONT BE much demand for UST, maybe not at March but April, may 2010

Option B: those investor are FED entities or some secret entities (but really its let say US gov or FED) and they are just printing money!. Yeap. Could be. Thats why FED is so afraid of "audit the fed" bill.

Option A is more logical and doesnt require tin foil hat. Option B require tinfoil hat.
We should know the answer inmid 2010 the latest, if FED doesnt extend his MBS program. Of course, FED program ends at the end of march 2010 so maybe first big auction at April will give us an answer, who knows...



I clicked on the link above and the WSE page started a continuous loading. I had to turn the computer off to stop. it. :unsure:





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