Recent comments by KarmaPolice

Jackdawracy wrote:

Why not just buy a new moped?

Teh Dawg is building his wealth through the acquisition of broke down motorcycles.

Laughing out loud

EngineerJim wrote:

iPhone 6 sells for $1000 ?

Teh Dawg said the iPhone was going to be a disaster. He is clearly wrong....just like always....and forever....about everything.

Laughing out loud

"I’m optimistic about the second half of the year for the economy, which means truck tonnage should do well too,” he said. "

This firmly places Doomer in the loser column. It was a fun run, but you're dead.

Zombie

shill wrote:

love kids but two was more than enough for me.

One can only imagine.

Outsider wrote:

Put gallbladders on that list too.

And probably 80 percent of all prostates.

shill wrote:

Hilarious man truly hilarious...keep them coming.

Meaning that you don't have an answer.

Near-Term Growth Outlook Remains Intact as Economy Continues to Accelerate - Yahoo News

"A recent rebound in business investment has bolstered expectations for solid economic growth during the remainder of 2014,..."

"Recent housing activity isn't quite as positive,....."

Told ja!

Wink

Belmont wrote:

If they act like that they will be on their own.

That's what they all say.....

JP wrote:

Never saw them before.

Looks like something Sarah Palin has in her night stand.

Belmont wrote:

Parents should kick them out if they waste their money on tatoos and lattes.

Have you seen the parents?

Jackdawracy wrote:

is on their bodies?

Or etched into shop window.

About that single family housing renaissance:

http://www.cnbc.com/id/102026195

When the only thing that is permanent is a tattoo.

Laughing out loud

Doc Holiday wrote:

(he declined to comment on asses)

Woman with The Largest Hips in the World - YouTube

The poor daughter's name is Destynee.....Yikes!

Wink

merchants of fear wrote:

Says he's not tough snuff?

Well of course not. One would think that if you are nothing but a sliver of land wedged between the water and people that hate you...that possibly you would cut the crap......but NOOOOOOOOO......

shill wrote:

Very interesting....

Not really....More Kristol-meth horseshit. Can that magazine get any thinner?

Yaaaaawwwn

KidPsych wrote:

(with paralyzing levels of social anxiety) to opt out of PE would not end life as we know it.

Too much sugar, not enough Xanax.

Jackdawracy wrote:

The ones in Utah or Israel?

According to the Mormons, Indians are red Jews.

Belmont wrote:

Behind a paywall and I have no money.

Oh! You must subscribe to Teh Dawg's Financials Services Newletter.

Careful...it landed his mom into a mobile home.

Laughing out loud

shill wrote:

Bret Stephens

Another sock puppet for the Zionists

Yaaaaawwwn

Doc Holiday wrote:

Amazon will have 10,000 robots in its warehouses by year's end,...

People want cheap....and they got it!

Wait until Nevada see just how few workers will be at their new plant.

//thanks for the corporate welfare stupid///

Smile

"And this suggests continued growth."

I suggest that you stop this sort of talk...it's giving Teh Dawg chest pains.

Laughing out loud

energyecon wrote:

And ABC 7 also reported that the restaurant was doing brisk business when its reporter visited.

They were all reporters.

energyecon wrote:

'Doesn't Give A Sh*t' About Gluten-Free

And clearly doesn't give a shit about making money either.

Laughing out loud

Groan:

JPL: Don’t Expect Drought Relief From El Niño « CBS Los Angeles

"Scientists from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory say that unless developing weak-to-modest El Niño conditions strengthen, California will continue to stay bone dry."

Shock

Former Idealist wrote:

Dilbert
Sell to whom?
The Fed buyer is only buying the worthless shit from rich people.

You really should make an appointment with a neurologist.

shill wrote:

EpicTimes

Tea Party Central Command.

Is that you have?

Energy Economist: The shifting fundamentals of commodity demand « The Barrel Blog

Wait? Wut? Didn't the EIA just say that demand was increasing?

LOL!

Quotable:

"But between $80-$100/b, with declining expectations about the long-term outlook, the most expensive projects will start to look increasingly marginal.

Barclays Capital predicted mid-year that 2014 would see a another record spend on upstream E&P. But 2015 might prove quite different."

Wink

"Another solid regional manufacturing report for September."

Another stake into the Doomer heart.

Zombie

Rob Dawg wrote:

Your fault for thinking of them instead of looking out for KPs agenda.

Hey, I am think of you Dawg. I'm trying to inflate that shitty appraisal you got for your rotted-out house. Dry rot that is.

Wink

Rob Dawg wrote:

Your fault for thinking of them instead of looking out for KPs agenda.

Hey, I am think of you Dawg. I'm trying to inflate that shitty appraisal you got for your rotted-out house. Dry rot that is.

Wink

Dropping Prices and Supply Glut Sends Oil Into Floating Storage At Sea

No...you don't say?

Quotable:

"WTI is a different story. WTI was selling for $92.50 during intraday trading on Sept. 19. But WTI futures for delivery on Dec.19 – three months from now – is going for $86.75 per barrel. This is the reverse of the situation for Brent, and it suggests that the markets think that oil production in the United States will continue on its upward trajectory. Meanwhile, with flat demand and a dearth of infrastructure, oil will continue to pile up and bring down prices.

This phenomenon may seem odd, but it has happened before. In April 2009, more than 70 million barrels of oil were in storage awaiting future delivery. Of course, that was during the depths of the global economic recession, and spot prices at the time were trading for around $50 per barrel. The gap between the spot and futures prices was a wide one because the markets were relatively confident that the world would eventually dig out from the economic malaise.

But the return of significant storage for futures delivery suggests that the world is once again experiencing a period of oversupply."

Curses! Oiled again!

ResistanceIsFeudal wrote:

Let the fixed income elderly around here know that. I'm sure they'll be happy to sell their homes and move away from family and friends into pricey Southern California multifamily rentals with hundreds of other strangers.

Choices, choices, choices.....

Outsider wrote:

YouTube - Tubthumping (I Get Knocked Down) Lyrics 

Titanium - David Guetta ft. Sia - Official Acoustic Music Video - Madilyn Bailey - on iTunes - YouTube

"You shout it out
But I can't hear a word you say
I'm talking loud not saying much
I'm criticized
But all your bullets ricochet
Shoot me down, but I get up

I'm bulletproof, nothing to lose
Fire away, fire away
Ricochet, you take your aim
Fire away, fire away

Cut me down
But it's you who'll have further to fall"

ResistanceIsFeudal wrote:

The Rockefellers won't be the ones unable to buy fuel and heating oil at 3-4x current prices.

Where and what you live in is your choice.....choose wisely.

Belmont wrote:

I hate to see so many so down all the time.

Frankly, it's their ONLY setting.

This is philanthropy. Something that Gates, Buffett et al could learn from:

- NY Times

"Rockefellers, Heirs to an Oil Fortune, Will Divest Charity of Fossil Fuels"

Wink