Recent comments by KarmaPolice

Rickkk wrote:

and for African-Americans it seems to be getting gradually worse,”

Elon Musk seems to be doing rather well.

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Rob Dawg wrote:

There's rare coins, stamps, timeshares, term life, antique motorcycles, .

New Keyboard

Belmont wrote:

harpsichord playa.

I was thinking more down the line of a beer bottle blower.

Belmont wrote:

Your choice

No choice because no money.

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Belmont wrote:

A good portion of HCN is on the spectrum Mary.

Not so fast. Dawg is Mary's bitch. She bangs on his cage and he snarls and barks.......clockwork.

Its different this time

Belmont wrote:

Neanderthals played the skin flute?

Teh Dawg is a Koch-flautist!

Laughing out loud

Rob Dawg wrote:

Hey if I had money, I wouldn't spend it either.

Don't worry...your avocado goldmine is going to be huge!

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Rickkk wrote:

Economy Shifting Gears To Service The Rich: CIBC

Then everyone at the HCN will be well taken care of.

I mean...based on the financial prowess of HCN's finest....they are SUPER rich!

Laughing out loud

Rob Dawg wrote:

~ Barry Ritholtz on the occasion of his 30,000th blog post.

Teh Dawg on the occasion of his 104,000th post.

Hopefully people are smart enough NOT to pay you.

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Paradigm Lost wrote:

She really is that pretty and she really is that dumb.

MyCane pick her on a overdose of Viagra and blood thinners. Little did he know that his erection was due to edema and not testosterone.

Ha!

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Whiskey wrote:

I was going to move to California, because it's so much cheaper to live there....

Well in San Diego, the Carlsbad desal is going to supply 7 percent of the water needs for the metro area.....a whole 7 percent!

We are saved!

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Here comes Modoki.....low volume is going to no volume:

Bye Bye Polar Vortex, Hello El Nino Modoki

Shock

Rajesh wrote:

Investors will be watching to see how long OPEC is willing to accept oil prices below the $100-a-barrel mark.

Gee...just 10 years ago their economies must have been sucking on shit....you know....when oil was 30 dollars/barrel.

Yaaaaawwwn

My new phone is just so awesome.

Bonjour à tous!

Party

shill wrote:

They give you make believe higher values and we make believe to believe it.

Are you creating your own index for "wheeled homes"?

Laughing out loud

Empty single-family homes and builder confidence:

Are we building too many homes?

And here is a quotable from the ECRI of housing:

"We're still building single family homes faster than we can fill them," argues Trulia's chief economist Jed Kolko."

Gee....perhaps he isn't as stupid as Lakshman Achuthan.

Laughing out loud

Financial Times - Fast FT

"Sliding oil prices threaten S&P 500 earnings"

Let's see. Weaker earnings and a shitload of debt. What could go wrong?

Belmont wrote:

Carbs are the devil.

Sugar is the devil...carbs are the pitchfork.

Oil prices at two-year low. Why OPEC might change that. - CSMonitor.com

"OPEC’s members cannot sustain prices any lower than that, so it will slash production in order to avoid ever going back to the days of oil selling between $70 and $80 per barrel."

Got Popcorn? Om-nom-nom-nom

Belmont wrote:

Cue doomers to tell you this is bad

They only have one setting....crackpot.

umop apisdn wrote:

So why would the Fed raise interest rates?

Just to do a little detail cleaning.

shill wrote:

Meanwhile, In Front Of Apple Stores

They have been camping out since Wednesday.

Big smile

curious wrote:

Mom-and-Dad Banks Step Up Aid

From the article:

"The boomers have seen their retirement savings almost double since the end of the recession. They had an average $147,700 in their 401(k) accounts in June, up from $76,500"

Let's make something abundantly clear, it's not the children who need aid.

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Bonjour à tous!

Party

Rob Dawg wrote:

Doubling up and reducing the poverty rate. Winning?

Kids moved back in huh?

"If accurate of trends, the report suggests that:
1. household growth last year was very slow
2. homeownership rates continued to decline, with significant declines in the 35-64 year age groups."

"The "wide bottom" was what I was forecasting several years ago, and now I expect several years of increasing single family starts and completions."

By definition, one of these statements is wrong.

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Outsider wrote:

You don't generally hear much about (modern day) Scotland.

Well, generally it's considered that the Scots couldn't organize a walk around the block. What I am wondering is if they vote for independence when will the US invade?

I mean they have oil now.

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Jackdawracy wrote:

I tried to stick my fingers in the electric plug also.

Crocodile Hunter South Park - YouTube

Outsider wrote:

So I hope they vote yes.

I hope so as well. It will be a clusterfuck and distance provides a certain level of enchantment.

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"The "wide bottom" was what I was forecasting several years ago, and now I expect several years of increasing single family starts and completions."

The historic indicator dies a slow, slow death.

Quick, fetch a pail!

Rob Dawg = Zombie wrote:

Who says?

Protip:

Read Calculated Risk.

"There are 89,000 more construction jobs than originally estimated."

Gee....you don't say?

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