Recent comments by Bad Dawg Bobby

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, For every dollar under ?K in the bank.

Just like we can trust them, they're the Federal Reserve. Laughing out loud

ResistanceIsFeudal wrote:

There's always realty.

" Someone that I know wrote to me today and let me know that she had to shut down the food pantry that she had been running for the poor for so many years. It isn't that she didn't want to help the poor anymore. It was that she just couldn't deal with the rising food prices any longer. Now she is just doing the best that she can to survive herself. "

Low Inflation? The Price Of Ground Beef Has Risen 17 Percent Over The Past Year

Oh well, I guess the Government will just have to open a FEMA camp sooner than planned.

I guess TPTB really are alittle ahead of schedule. Sad

" Stay wary, alert and very, very nimble."

Interesting, thought I might pass it on. Smile

CR, "Foreclosures are up slightly in several of these areas - and up significantly in Orlando.'
Read more at Calculated Risk: Lawler: Updated Table of Distressed and All-Cash Share for September

What surprizes me most is that they allowed the data to show it at " slightly" UP.

My guess is TPTB feel they can't hide the truth, or they would.

I have lost all faith in ANY of their numbers.

RE wrote:

The direct impact IMO was minimal.

For the peeps , I agree but criminal Banksters and Corporations monied up on stolen money.

Yoringe wrote:

There is allready a Line forming from Peeps with

IMO, Wiv a Little Bit of Luck is as valuable a Reseve Notes, Less really at least Reserve notes are on paper. Wiv a Little Bit of Luck or invisable dots and dashes on a computer. Smile

ResistanceIsFeudal wrote:

We confused it with sustainable economic growth and a recovery, so I think the plan worked, ultimately.

It will continue to work,,,,,Until it doesn't. Smile

The Piper WILL get paid.

ResistanceIsFeudal wrote:

We'll have to loan them lots of money they can't pay back. There is no other way.

If or when they call a Bank Holiday and bail-in the poor, poor banks IMO they will find that that is the case as it exist today.
Take away 20 % of SS or Pensions and people will be sending their CCbills and Mortgage payments in with a note saying " Contact (So and So bank) they have your payment.

Lobbyist Ben Dover wrote:

it's the payments that are the problem!

People have trimed down to were they don't or can't take onadditional payments no matter what the interest rate! Smile

"Mexican authorities failed to grant permission for the ship to dock off the coast of Cozumel, according to a Carnival spokeswoman. "

Mexico fails to grant access to cruise ship carrying Texas health worker - The Washington Post

Mexico tightens it's border, keeps those undesirable Americans out. Laughing out loud
I never thought I would see the day when the Mexican Government was more protective of its people than the United States Government. Big smile Hahahaha WASS.

" Boost Mortgage Lending "?

If they would just boost family wages income, Lower real estate prices and give the Middle-class ( if there remains any) a little time to save up for a down payment it may help.

The Federal Government and Federal Reserve have lost contact with the home buying public, after they destroyed it.

I could be wrong but this is to late to help the Middle to lower-classes. The moneied upper class could take advantage of the lending but other than that, IMO very few adverage citizens are in a position to go farther into DEBT.

Yoringe wrote:

Cant happen here...

I have been assured by my President and our Government agencies that it can't happen here.

Keep Mov'in, Keep Mov'in.

arthur_dent wrote:

the big advantage we have in America is that the average American is not so stupid to expose themselves to an ebola victim and then travel on a crowded plane.

If your from one of the West Africain countries, before the symtums show, fly to the USA and recieve decent treatment.
At least you have a chance of survival.

To heck with everyone else, its the American way. They will understand, especially if you are in the Financial industry.

Hackman wrote:

I suppose death is the ultimate hardship discharge.

Bankers will still try and squeze it out of you.

ResistanceIsFeudal wrote:

At least with a mortgage, it's your window!

At least until the Bank decides to take it from you.

JP wrote:

I can't wait for that trend to really take off.

It is election year.
Might be needed in DC anyways. Smile

bearly wrote:

Officials credit tighter border controls]

We are in trouble then.

Blackhalo wrote:

I find it hard to believe they have signed up for a more spartan lifestyle.

As if we had a choice. Rant

merchants of fear wrote:

Face it. The "recovery" was another sham scam bubble pump job. The chips were casino chips.

TPTB will just change casinos and print up different Chips.

Won't solve anything, other than centeralize the Global Economy.

Hackman wrote:

So, does that mean you have to wear a condom even when you are not having sex?

Yes, for 90 days.

14 trillion, 24 trillion, 48 trillion at this point who cares? Smile

If the world is scared of Dollars, no problem.

Just have the IMF crank up the presses and lets print SDR's.
That shoukd be good for another 4 to 5 years of manipulation and control.

ResistanceIsFeudal wrote:

handing free money to spendthrift idiots with which to bid up and speculate on non-productive assets only delays and exacerbates the deflationary tide.

It has worked the past 6 years. Smile

" Volume leader Bank of America, down 5%, Citigroup, off 5.5%, and JP Morgan, down 4.6%, were particularly hard hit."

The Slow "Fuse" Burn continues.

NorkaWest wrote:

front turtle needs a name

How about Tank.

The Lorax wrote:

they basically said "If it's serious, hospitals as well as state and federal government will be overwhelmed and you will have to find for yourselves locally."

THAT sounds like Nigeria.

Hackman wrote:

The Royal Saud family, however, has traditionally been closer to Republicans.

True but IMO the riff between Obama and the house of saud goes deeper.

Hackman wrote:

Obama knows there are more middle class old folks on fixed income than there are billionaires.

I agree with Sirus on his look at the Saudies as well, but Obama has never cared about the Middle Class in the past.

Like our Congress, he does what he's paid to do.

resusitate wrote:

Will we see Seb later today or tomorrow?

Belmont is here, Seb may have the day off. Snark

poicv2.0 wrote:

Operation BtFD commencing in 3,2,1

The PPT has to run from the Comex to the Stock market.

Not sure they will make it poic. Smile

I'm sure they're a runn'in.

bearly wrote:

CDC: Ebola Patient Traveled By Air With “Low-Grade” Fever « CBS Dallas / Fort Worth

And our economy is in recovery as well.
You can trust us, we're the government.
No problems.
keep mov'in.

ResistanceIsFeudal wrote:

Yeah... "changed" is one word for what the language has done.

In the Movie " Airplane" the clasic line " Any body here speak Jive !"

Jackdawracy wrote:

but mom can still run herd on us.


Jackdawracy wrote:

Every firm is sacred.

Or so they'll tell you.

Former Idealist wrote:

The Fed balance sheet is nearly 33% of total GDP.

Well, at least "We the People" know who Own US and this Country.

That is more than some countrys can say.

Former Idealist wrote:


Fussion Power Generation out of Utah.
A big time bubble that could save not just our economy but the World.
I heard they are at 3.5 output to 1 now. Smile If what I heard is True (!)

Nemo wrote:

I've been an avid (LOCAL SPORTS TEAM) fan since I was a child

When I played Little League I was on a Team called " The women of the Moose". Tell me that wasn't tramatizing Laughing out loud

We took Third, by the way. Smile

These pro Football players act like they are "above the law".

You would think they are Politicians. Smile

Thats a good point, that Joseph Randle was a busy little camper, unless he flew from Seattle to San Fran Sunday night.

I think the point is these people think they are so important that they are Above the Law.
You would think they are Politicians or Something.

Comrade Scott wrote:

that's not a normal regional economy, relative to most of the rest of the country.

Not even close.
I think it is more like "Birds of a Feather", and has been for the past few years, in these uncertain times.

" Frisco police say Dallas Cowboys running back Joseph Randle was arrested Monday evening for shoplifting a cologne bottle and a pack of underwear at the Dillard’s at Stonebriar Mall."

Frisco police: Cowboys’ Joseph Randle arrested Monday, charged with theft | Dallas Morning News 

Those poor pro. Football players just don't get paid enough to make it in this economy. Snark

" The unrelenting rise in U.S. shale is colliding with a diminishing outlook for consumption, leading to a glut of crude that has knocked Brent more than 25 percent lower since June. "

Brent drops to near $87 as OPEC price support fades 

I read it was under $3 a gal. in Mo.

adornosghost wrote:

Ebola is actually the genus.
There are 5 species

Thanks Adorno, good info.

" In Japan, the economy is a total mess right now. According to figures that were just released, Japanese GDP contracted at a 7.1 percent annualized rate during the second quarter and private consumption contracted at a 19 percent annualized rate. "

Serious Financial Trouble Is Erupting In Germany And Japan

Holy Smokes, That has got to hurt big time.

KarmaPolice wrote:

Surely it's more popular at Exurban Nation!

Kind of you to promote Rob Dawgs Blog.

Sebastian wrote:

A lifetime of regrets for things that can't be undone.

She was a big girl Seb.

She could take it and give it right back.

Back from the movies. Smile

Later days gang. Nytol