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Apparantly some of you guys missed yesterdays posts... Try forcing this lard azz into one of them things and you will definitely have a fight on your hands.I logged off after the trolls started yesterday... Since gas hit $3 a gallon, I have been riding my bicycle when it's not raining or snowing, and my rather generou...more
needs to have its tune ups on schedule which is expensive, and later you will have to buy 2 batteries but from what I gather they should last 8 years, but at about $1000 each Another genius. How much will gas cost in 8 years if we keep sucking it up like soda pop? Average long term (8 years) gas price = $6 per gallon ...more
I just bought a Toyota Preis. Drove 250 miles stopped for gas just because I was dying of curiosity. Well that 250 miles that would have cost me 44 bucks in my old car cost 16.30 in the Preis.
But but you can go forever if you are driving a tin can. Im all for green and all but really..What a sad comment; grey32fan, ...more
The action of the CME raising the margin 25% on crude is the reason for the drop much more than reserve increases; oil prices should go even lower if the CME's recent margin adjustment of Silver is any indication - a 27% drop in a week. Is the flag up on the crude and silver bubble, or possibly this is no bubble and mo...more
The biggest problem with the Healthcare industry IS the Insurance industry.
The biggest problem with Government is Professional Partisan Politicians!
Do away with the latter in both cases, and the USA would be a MUCH better place...
Many of the problems the USA is facing today can be directly indentified by looking in the mirror rather than to the government; fuel prices for instance. This Easter I was lucky enough to have to work, and was required to make a 200 mile round trip delivery. My guess would be that on Easter Sunday not many people were...more
The pollsters must have been giving out free coolaid!
It is painfully obvious that few know how much tax they pay indirectly with each dollar spent besides taxes on earnings. To be elated over getting a refund is another demonstration of how easily fooled most Americans are.
The tax system is as broken as the ...more
The average pay for a Soldier is between 19,740-31,440 (before taxes E1-E5 for 2011). The median income for a civilian is 50,303 (before taxes for 2008 U.S. Census Bureau).
Apples to oranges: The annual civilian household income is $50,233.00 according to the Census Bureau.
Considering the age group, educa...more
I see a lot of you guys posting on this site are not traders. it's either that or you just don't know the purpoe of stocks. Just be thankful that we traders do what we do or you would have no job.
It would be interesting to hear the logic behind this statement. Possibly the reverse is more true: If no one had 'jobs'...more
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