Good one Hyper ... but what about the Buddhists? Them too?
Every Religion has been hijacked/corrupted...
The Luciferians are at the top...
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Posted 12 August 2004 - 11:36 PM
Posted 12 August 2004 - 11:40 PM
Depends i believe leon uris who wrote exodus before haj is the best writer of our century. Risking docs wrath which I hope i am not the current PM of israel is a Thug no different from Saadam or a host of other tin pot dictators. His counterpart on the Palestinian side is another old creaking thug. Israeli sentiment is as split as the gulf between bush/kerry yet peace can only be achieved there and anywhere by those who believe it is possible. The problem is bush and Sharon do not nor will ever believe it is possible plus both hate the U.N. with an all consuming passion.
Posted 13 August 2004 - 12:00 AM
I second that.Doc, all I can say is WOW!
If one just kept up with Capital Stool daily, they would do quite fine. Having all these great TA thinkers here just adds icing to the cake and puts things into a clear perspective.
My own opinion is that the Fed won't take more agressive action to add liquidity to the markets until a few days or so, and few hundred Dow points or so, have past since the last fed meeting.
Regarding precious metals stocks, I believe they will somehow be the first to recognize that the Fed's solution to inflation and declining liquidity is attempting to pump up the monetary base even more - and perhaps more direct moves by the administration to actually lower the value of the US$.
PS Many great discussions today gang. In regards to Najaf, Iraq, could it be some type of ploy to make GWB look good at the Republican Convention?
Posted 13 August 2004 - 12:02 AM
Draft is EVIL. Compelling people, under threat of imprisonment, to kill others and possibly be killed, for a cause they do not necessarily support...
We need a volunatary military based on a free market system. You need more troops, then you offer more money until supply meets the demand. No one is compelled to do anything...
Posted 13 August 2004 - 12:12 AM
I would hope that the fighting in Iraq is not that politically motivated. It seems very risky if they even did think that way. I would have to think that any fighting has the chance to spill over into unknown terrritory and then there is the problem with pictures of dead and dying civilians caught in the crossfire.
It seems that by the text of the June Fed meeting that they were firmly in the mode of raising rates and the only argument was how strongly should they do that. The tone of the July announcement suggested that the Fed has strong convictions regarding their second increase and further increases down the road. I think they are going to do that and I think they are going to be a bit cautious on the pumping. My guess is that they will at least wait to see what the numbers look like tomorrow if they don't already know and see how the market reacts.
I'm going on a long weekend and it will suck to be away from the computer, market and news. Hope everyone has a great weekend.
God bless and best wishes....
Posted 13 August 2004 - 12:16 AM
beardrech - you are probably a drunk and fool !Let me attach my Aplogia vita sua
However no disrespect..You are the nearest thing we have to an Oscar Wilde in Stoolville. - Not so much the man2man thing that would have got you sent to prison, but you have that dry and risque sense of humor.
You are veritable wit and a wise man. My hat is off to you and my glass tilted to you, sir.
PS: I told them that you are picking up the tab.
Posted 13 August 2004 - 12:20 AM
Freaky deaky. We will have a low of about the same amount today in Houston tonight : low 60's.
This is August,Houston, South Texas ! UFB.
Posted 13 August 2004 - 12:28 AM
B4 - another great writer was the late John McDonald.
He wrote 'Condominium' while he was living right here in Clearwater Florida on his boat. He was against the building of what I call Condo Canyon out on the Sand Key Island. If you have never seen it it is immense. I rented a place there years ago at Marina Del Ray.
He and many others, including myself went to city meetings to object to the desecration of the key as it was a beautiful natural expansive key. The city refused to buy it for 3 million dollars. Now it is a condo canyon - and the price of four points in space is a quarter mil and up.
He predicted a hurricane catastrophe.
Well tomorrow we will find out if John was right.
Sand Key Condos.
This pic is of about half the key.
more pics more pics and still more
Posted 13 August 2004 - 12:41 AM
voluntary military based on free market system = poor people with limited viable alternatives becoming career soldiers fighting and dying for the political whims of priveledged leaders who have never served. I submit to you that this is precisely what is happening now.
were they to spread the "duty" around evenly, the country would quickly loose it's bloodlust, maybe even for the "free" market.
One day sometime in the future he'll [Cramer] come blubbering and whimpering on air half naked and smeared with his own feces. It'll be the buy signal of the decade. --PhatBubble
One thing I think is certain. The more the world's central banks act to suppress the cost of long term capital, the more of it the market will demand, thereby keeping upward pressure on yields until the CBs have no choice but to relent. At that point we should see a massive final blowoff similar to that which occurred in 1980 and 1981. --Doctor Stool
In a topsy turvy world, growing more and more insane by the minute, terminal eccentricities, like buying Fanny, are barely noticed--Beardrech
"[George W. Bush] is Woodrow Wilson on amphetamines." --Patrick J. Buchanan
"I simply don't know where the money is." --John Corzine
Posted 13 August 2004 - 12:51 AM
Yup.Good one Hyper ... but what about the Buddhists? Them too?
"We are completely dependant on the commercial banks. Someone has to borrow every dollar we have in circulation, cash or credit. If the banks create ample synthetic money (at the request of the consumer) we are prosperous; if not, we starve. We are absolutely without a permanent money system.... It is the most important subject intelligent persons can investigate and reflect upon. It is so important that our present civilization may collapse unless it becomes widely understood and the defects remedied very soon." --Robert H. Hemphill, Atlanta Federal Reserve Bank,1938...
Posted 13 August 2004 - 02:01 AM
Nikkei down 243. Futures sinking toward fair value.
And this board is loading VERY slowly tonight.
What does that tell us about tomorrow?
(Answer: nothing, if we're not conspiracy theorists ! No offense intended, friends ! )
Of course I'm caustic!
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