Recent comments by KarmaPolice

burnside wrote:

featureless expanse of uninterrupted sand

Galveston and Texas City. It's a time bomb just sitting there.

Property values and rapid transit:

This $24B Hole Has London Property Prices Soaring: Video - Bloomberg

Why your sub/exurban home isn't going to be worth much.

Wink

justaskin wrote:

Death Throws of the US Empire will be ugly

Unlikely.....as there is more than enough narcotics, sugar, and Wonder Bread to go around.

Doh!

"It could be a big lake out here one day"

Story of Subsidence - YouTube

This should be interesting.

Wink

"The ISM manufacturing index indicated expansion in June at 55.3%. The employment index was at 52.8%, and the new orders index was at 58.9%."

It just keeps raining pain on the Doomer plain.....even in Spain.

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Sebastian wrote:

(like it was an intuition or a gut feel)

This feeling is probably due to that massive shit sandwich you ate for lunch.

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skk wrote:

Nimble bread tv advert uk 70s - YouTube

vintage C&H Sugar commercials - YouTube

Native Hawaiians...nearly a 50 percent obesity rate.

Doh!

skk wrote:

There AREN'T any !

Yes there are.....and plenty.

Rob Dawg wrote:

Strangely the warmer places had economic slowness as well.

Droughts will do that.

Water crisis in California, Texas threatens US food security | Irrigation content from Western Farm Press

Oil, oil everywhere, but not a drop to drink.

Curses! Oiled again!

dilbert dogbert wrote:

Interesting read from Tom Ricks: Why Am I Moving Left?

My new line of questioning with my Republican acquaintances is "what is the GOP platform".....

And then they mumble something about taxes, Obama(which I am unsure as to why this is a platform item), and moral decay.

Frankly, there isn't anything left for them to hold on to.

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Mary wrote:

TEH DATAEZ contradicts perceived wisdom.

Fixed It For Ya

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unrepentent catalyst for ... wrote:

I guess some things never change.

Sure they have. Especially when it comes to MBAs.

Give me one person who has gone through a complete start-up cycle -whether that be failure or success- as opposed to some bloke from Wharton any day of the week.

The expectation factor is simply night and day.

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Mary wrote:

"A 'black' identity is the product of European epistemology."

Wait.....it's African-American.

'Fighting for You': Both Parties Vie to Motivate Black Voters - NBC News

Quite frankly, I wasn't going to get too exercised about the 2014 election season, but this might turned out to be an interesting zoological phenomenon.

Buongiorno a tutti!

Party

burnside wrote:

poic is really Coolio.

Fixed It For Ya

Sebastian wrote:

It's a process. Issues are being addressed, things are changing

The credit rating agencies are the core of the staph infection......and they are going to be lanced.

Go get 'em boys!

Wink

Jackdawracy wrote:

We tried living near the great lakes, but it got all rusty on us.

I am thinking that Duluth and Toledo might be viable alternatives.

Buy now or forever be priced out!

Wink

Jackdawracy wrote:

signs appear in Pavlovegas hotel rooms?

Holy crap...check this out:

Lake Mead before and after: Colorado River basin losing water at shocking rate.

Yikes!

Shock

Sebastian wrote:

The (Long) Awful Recovery continues, with no end in sight.

Rob Dawg wrote on Fri, 5/9/2014 - 6:57 pm

You are such a nasty fucking asshole. No clue?

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"Another solid month for auto sales."

Yet another one of Teh Dawgs ekonomic indicators .....right down the shitter.

Ouch!

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sum luk wrote:

… Greek hotels too: Greece three years on..

Gee...remember the days of MishMash and the four-headed jackass mewling on about the end of Europe?

Wink

Stuck on stupid.

Star

"Right now it looks like 2014 will be the best year since 2000 for hotels. A very strong year ..."

Gosh...it's a trifecta of Hep V, wooden stakes, and sunlight for Teh Doomers.

Suckahs!

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Sebastian wrote:

Cognitive Dissonance Is Hurting Your Returns | The Big Picture

Just think of all the people who believe in a heavenly father......

It's a state of mind and the facts be damned.

Wink

shill wrote:

Walgreens layoff might be largest ever in Flagstaff

Across US job market, layoffs are becoming rare

Poor poor Shill....another swing and a miss.

Keep trying.

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Mary wrote:

On Perusing the Comments Sections

From the article:

"Consequently, antisocial individuals have greater opportunities to connect with similar others, and to pursue their personal brand of “self expression” than they did before the advent of the Internet."

Rob Dawg wrote on Fri, 5/9/2014 - 6:57 pm

You are such a nasty fucking asshole.

Rob Dawg wrote on Wed, 5/21/2014 - 3:17 pm

What? You deny? I need to cite? I need to link? What the fuck. After you shithead.

I wonder if he kisses his children with that filthy mouth?

Sebastian wrote:

The (Long) Awful Recovery continues, shrugging-off the facts proving that it can't possibly.

Doomer life must be difficult swimming against the tide........while the water is rising.........in a toilet.....surrounded by shit.

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sporkfed wrote:

Good morning from Waffle House.

After IHOP, potentially the grossest food on the planet.

Sonofabitch....more Doomer pain:

"And this suggests continued growth."

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//Seb does a victory flyover while waving from his G650//

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Rob Dawg wrote:

Headline numbers these days are indeed effective intelligence tests.

Sorry that you missed out on the greatest stock market in history.

But, of course you know better....LOL!

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Sebastian wrote:

The rebound from Q1 and the ongoing expansion continue. Onward and upward.

Good morning Subhuman Slime.

Would like some extra-shit with your oatmeal today?

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Rob Dawg wrote:

Better still the sheaths are insulators and susceptible to my teeth.

Pop goes the rabbit.

"honey, was there a fuzzy ballon in living room?"

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In the continuing saga of the Death of Single Family Homes:

The Housing Market Is Improving, but There Still Aren't Enough Affordable Homes to Go Around - CityLab

"It's high time to rethink America's housing policy, which has long incentivized homeownership over renting. While this made sense for the old industrial economy—when building homes in the suburbs helped create demand for factories producing everything from cars to TVs to washing machines—it makes much less sense for the knowledge economy, which is powered by density and clustering."

Yes, yes, and yes.

Wink

shill wrote:

Why is it " Outdoors day " at the Mental institution?

National Review Online

The joke writes itself.

Gosh Shill, based on your reading material, is it any wonder that your financial acumen is thimble-deep?

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unrepentent catalyst for ... wrote:

Morning, KP. Having fun yet?

Everything is just dandy.

Anonymous Bosch wrote:

YouTube - Louisiana Cajun/Creole accent, dialect, customs

Axe you a question.

A one-way ticket to Dullardville.

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"The apartment market is still solid right now."

Someone is beginning to see the light. Wink

Buongiorno a tutti!

Party

Rob Dawg wrote:

Where's the synergy?

Their housing valuations and Jed Kolko.

He's the Chief Ekonomist.

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ResistanceIsFeudal wrote:

Imagine the first guy who stacked two houses on top of each other!

...and put in a basement!

Rob Dawg wrote:

[And the third goes to a Bay Area idiot looking to get away.]

How's that plan to buy up "distressed" vineyards?

LOL!

NorkaWest wrote:

The hedges are gambling and should regulated as bookies and their marks.

So is having a kid...

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