Recent comments by sum luk

ResistanceIsFeudal wrote:

High costs of living and they have no choice.

I wouldn't teach absent excellent pay, guaranteed cost of living increases and a genuine apology from the entire redteam.

San Francisco schools open in a month but first, they need 51 teachers. High housing costs have driven them away

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BarleyReturns wrote:

twitter stock values

… don't own any

poicv2.0 wrote:

I smoked my own newsletter

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resusitate wrote:

Where is the crash? Is there a crash?

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resusitate wrote:

Where is the crash? Is there a crash?

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Blackhalo wrote:

Would a housing crash down-under be contagious?

… at least it's related: Sober Look: Housing in Canada: A Tale of Two Markets

bearly wrote:

This is a failed recovery.

… that scorched earth wasn't helpful

… ohhhhh ….look, …the spx has almost regained 2100. … exciting.

sm_landlord wrote:

then I moved up to flipping burgers.

… I once had a min wage job with Kentucky Fried Chicken ~ spent more money on burns from grease spatters from the "cooks" next to me than I earned.

Blackhalo wrote:

Yellen won't raise rates, with the current EUR/USD at a fifteen year low.

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merchants of fear wrote:

the centralized decentralized system would actively represent local interests of a broader range of the 1%

Blackhalo wrote:

the current EUR/USD at a fifteen year low.

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MaryAnn wrote:

Just hope Trump gets into a mud wrestling fight with Main Stream News that hate his guts.

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merchants of fear wrote:

as is the central bank that is our unelected & independant leader

…. but, but, but: Glenn Hutchins | Why the Fed Works

bearly wrote:

AAPL hit the iceberg a few weeks ago

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dilbert dogbert wrote:

Smoky smell to the breeze coming in the cockpit window.

… mebbe yer not high enough

… I don't know what you are all complaining about, the spx has almost reclaimed 2100.

… if you don't want to keep the kids down on the farm, send them to Paris.

energyecon wrote:

the township projects to collect $7.5 million in tax revenues, up from its original forecast of $7.2 million for 2015.

Local Ohio Officials Petition Governor for Return of Their Right to Protect Citizens From Fracking

… we dont need no steenking citizens deciding how to run their local communities

KidPsych wrote:

"I didn't sell at the first sign of trouble because I thought the Party would never let the market fall since it would be disastrous for them and the country.

see also: streettalk: The Fed's Balance Sheet Still Dictating Market Moves

Outsider wrote:

Vulnerable Canadian bot: Exhibit 1.

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… the worst thing about so many Red Team debates is eventually you end up with someone who is very good at saying things that don't mean what you think they do.

Blackhalo wrote:

Some might say that

… we don't need to outspend every potential enemy 50 - 1 …. every single year and then year after year, after year after year

… after 10 years, we could start killing indiscriminately to regain our balance.

… just think, we could completely pay off the debt with the money we don't spend on causing death

Ed S. wrote:

Are there any ….countries left that we haven't meddled with yet?

…. I say we -0- out our military budget for about 10 years and just watch ~ mebbe sell surplus equipment to any interested belligerents for cash.

… you've taken lessons from shill.

… is that outcome pre determined ?

Mary wrote:

and she was inclined to deliberate, if not defer, to her childrens' preferences and reasoned argument in family-related questions.

… as a whole 'muricuns don't seem to enjoy that deference at least politically

Napolean wrote:

how does one quote a post with posters name and snippet?

… highlight the portion you want to quote in the poster's post and hit the reply button on the upper right side of that post

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Mary wrote:

An apt analogy

… are all Dads members of the 1% or just ours ?

Mary wrote:

"representative democracy" a/k/a oligarchy, rule of the few.

…. you're not really ordering at a restaurant when Dad tells you what's on the menu and controls all communication with the waiter

.* * CAUTION * * ….. on topic: Twitter

azurite wrote:

Were those the only two possibilities available at the time?

… only choices available on the scorched earth

Blackhalo wrote:

someone will be critical of ZIRP effects.

… yeah, but they'd likely have bitched just as much about lingering effects of GD II

arthur_dent wrote:

govts are not households but they live and die by the same rules

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arthur_dent wrote:

then the fairy dust needs something more

… so, yer sayin it's good to be a reserve currency - do households have those ?

arthur_dent wrote:

govts are not households but they live and die by the same rules.

… all households print their own money and loan it out at rates determined by family members - - oh and they tax you if you walk on their sidewalk so watch out