Recent comments by KarmaPolice

Is buying a house a better investment than buying stock? - Vox

Nick Timiraos: "Census report on direction of new home sales is mostly at odds with recent builder commentary. Someone is going to have to revise something"

Wow...just wow....

Back to bunny updates, Former's Tourette's, and POIC's delicate digestive system.

Laughing out loud

shill wrote:

This should piss KP off lol...great stuff for sure and the comments are priceless.

Guns in the Home and Risk of a Violent Death in the Home: Findings from a National Study

How are those grand babies?

Wink

I would recommend that you don't piss them off.

Outsider wrote:

I've always stated I hated renting. Kids, animals, long-term fruit trees... you really need a home base.

When was the last time you saw a kid on a suburban street?

Most buildings are animal-friendly...especially if they want to be marketable.

Long-term fruit trees? That's a hobby. No money-savings there.

Smile

The housing market slowly returning to normal:

"Jumbo loans—those with balances above $417,000—actually have lower average interest rates today than conforming loans. Usually the inverse is true."

Mortgage activity drops, but average loan size at record

Told ja!

Wink

"I'm confident a more complicated and thorough model would produce the opposite result over the period in question."

You would hope. Because if not, your narrative over the past 8 years would be at serious risk.

http://pragcap.com/a-house-is-not-a-great-investment 

And a quotable from the most quoted housing oracle:

"Shiller said that investing in housing was a “fad” and not a great historical investment."

Read more at Nothing found for Robert-Shiller-Dont-Invest-In-Housing#wgqjkx5Umezlcfd3 99

Im Lovin It!

Transportation index hits all-time high as DJIA extends advance to triple digits

shill wrote on Fri, 3/7/2014 - 9:46 am

the market looks exhausted.

LOL!

Laughing out loud

"In general it appears the housing market is slowly moving back to normal."

Normal being circa. 1900's

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shill wrote:

Vindication brings an evil smile to my face...

Rob Dawg wrote on Thu, 3/6/2014 - 12:28 pm

shill wrote:

CR could you have Ken wipe the history clean and shut down the Karmatard?

Thanks the citizens.
Second.

LOL!

Laughing out loud

tg wrote:

The closing of Abu Ghraib and the U.S. failure in Iraq - latimes.com

From the article:

"The Iraqi government abandoned the prison because Iraq itself is unraveling. Of course, it is Iraqis rather than Americans who must deal with the consequences. Even so, those consequences ought to give pause to advocates of U.S. intervention in places such as Syria or Ukraine. To those who will listen, the lessons of Abu Ghraib are unmistakable."

Victoria Nuland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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ResistanceIsFeudal wrote:

I was going to hit each and every point, but I'm just too fin' lazy to be bothered

Brill.

Big smile

Antipodes wrote:

Gonna bake my bread this morning.

Keep the wife happy.

Wink

Cinco-X wrote:

You really like to swear at people.

Rob Dawg wrote:

No shit for brains. Multi starts November 360,000. December 312,000.
What the fuck is your problem?

Rob Dawg wrote on Mon, 4/21/2014 - 6:58 pm

Nasty motherfucker. That was not a sentence you so called quoted. Go ahead. Recreate the full sentence. You don't dare. Nazi.

Wink

Got Popcorn? Om-nom-nom-nom

Former Idealist wrote:

There's a list of O strong points?
Oh look, there's a unicorn!

Former Idealist wrote on Mon, 3/24/2014 - 7:26 am

Meaningless crap.
Like this board.

Rob Dawg wrote:

Funny how "for the children" has a different meaning for his types when it comes to their own children.

Although I am quite certain that his daughters actually like their father.

Wink

Yoringe wrote:

I allways thought

Always.

Cinco-X wrote:

Read more: Signs You're A Narcissist - Business Insider

Gee..Could be Exurban Narcissist...with the except of being young.

Get off my lawn!

Outsider wrote:

Strictly organic here.

Burn it...over and over and over and over otherwise you will never get rid of it.

Outsider wrote:

Spouse has declared war on sumac. I believe it consists of weed whacking (actually probably chainsawing), then throwing down black plastic for a long time

Two applications of Remedy Ultra.

Yellow Shoots

JP wrote:

The American Middle Class Is No Longer the World’s Richest

From the article:

"The poor in much of Europe earn more than poor Americans."

Those nasty socialized countries. Capitalism, free of regulation, is the way..........to your poverty.

Doh!

When your source of water AND electricity dries up:

Drought -- and neighbors -- press Las Vegas to conserve water - latimes.com

This should be interesting.

Got Popcorn? Om-nom-nom-nom

Rob Dawg wrote:

We don't make fun of your lifestyle but please don't impose it on the rest of us.

Rob Dawg wrote:

The "button" is the only reason this blog survives.

You have really declined. Can't even lie properly anymore.

Laughing out loud

Rob Dawg wrote:

If being able to bring a little joy into CKs life with a smile is an illness then I don't want to be cured.

Can the pixie dust and magic wand be far behind?

Wheres MY pony?

Fed minutes: Committee agreed 6.5% threshold was 'outdated,' vote to remove was unanimous 

No??? You don't say?

You can apply that metric to the single family housing market as well.

Smile

Rob Dawg wrote:

Creative anarchosyndacalist. A mere twitch of her nose and even the strongest electrician is reduced babbling widdle iddy bitty nonsense words.

I would recommend an appointment with a neurologist....posthaste !

Seriously!

Glasses

sum luk wrote:

Mobility in and out of the top one percent

From the article:

"It is clear that the image of a static 1 and 99 percent is largely incorrect."

BUT...it fits the Doomer theme so very nicely!

Laughing out loud

Mr Slippery wrote:

The decline of manufacturing | FRED Blog

From the article:

"Many of the largest US corporations continue to shift their production facilities overseas. It is important to understand why the United States is not perceived to be an attractive base for their production."

Because Americans want cheap.

When you have clowns who spend 3 days scouring the internet for a 500 dollar washer/dry set then you can understand why.

Wink

Wait...people have money to pay taxes????

I thought that everyone was flat broke and drinking gutter water to survive....I know this....I read the HCN.

Party

Cinco-X wrote:

Croatia.

Beautiful coast...the food is dreadful.

Rob Dawg wrote:

Most of the berries are either Driscoll or Chandler. The Chandler variety is better but does not travel well.

Driscoll is NOT a varietal.

Laughing out loud

dilbert dogbert wrote:

insane fear of rattlesnakes.

Don't ever move to Napa.

NateTG wrote:

IIRC it's actually fungicide. I think that's part of the reason that the strawberries from the San Joaquin Valley (Exeter, Porterville, and all that) seem better to me than the ones from Oxnard.

Strawberries are pesticide/fungicide intensive.

NateTG wrote:

To be fair, that's probably why we eat so many apples and oranges. Even so...

All bred for sugar content.

NateTG wrote:

Strawberry yield per acre is much higher here than in the rest of the world.

And for the most part they suck. The varietals that are grown are for size not taste.

Mara Des Bois....awesome!

Comrade Kristina wrote:

Housing Secretary: “the worst rental affordability crisis that this country has ever known"

But but but.....we spent the last 80 years building the American Dream.

- NY Times