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Choo Choo...Train Leaving For Detroit.....

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October 07, 2009 – Comments (3)

As bankers collect their billions in bonuses you gave them before you get on the train....

ALL ABOARD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Dell to close Winston-Salem, N.C. plant

Dell N.C. plant closure to affect 905 employees

Oracle CEO: Salesforce.com makes 'almost no money'

Pittsburgh Closes 5 Libraries, and Service Cuts 

Gold Heads towards a New Record

 

AND Salesforce.com has a market cap over $7 Billion?????  But what does Oracle's CEO really know;)

How many of America's PUBLIC companies really "almost make no money" that many of you Fools are buying shares in??????

 

CHUGGA CHUGGA CHOO CHOO......HOP ABOARD MY FRIENDS.....THE TRAIN IS LEAVING AND YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

WORSE CAN ONLY BE BETTER THAN EXPECTED FOR SO LONG.....THEN THE TRAIN RUNS OUT OF STEAM.........

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#1) On October 07, 2009 at 2:37 PM, alstry (36.57) wrote:

Stillwaters Design Kicker - 15 to 18% of Workforce

Now layoffs of 15-25% of the workforce is becoming more and more common.....often we are seeing 100% of the workforce when businesses are electing to shut down rather than restructure.

Bassadour Butler & Eugene - Files Chapter 7 Last Week 

The train is leaving the station....in 9.09 you knew it was here....now you know it is going...where????

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#2) On October 07, 2009 at 2:41 PM, alstry (36.57) wrote:

NO LUCK FOR THE IRISH EITHER....except for Saturday's game.....

O'Brien's Sandwich Bars, a major success story of Ireland's dead Celtic Tiger economy, was handed over to liquidators Wednesday after a judge declined to set aside the chain's expensive Dublin leases on more than 80 franchises.

Dublin-born O'Brien's was Ireland's answer to Starbucks. It spread across much of the globe over the past decade of unprecedented Irish ambition, reaching more than a dozen countries, including Australia, China, India, Indonesia and Saudi Arabia.

But like many pub and restaurant groups in Ireland, O'Brien's has struggled with crippling debts ever since the economy plummeted into deep recession over the past year. The company's British unit sought protection from creditors in June, followed a month later by its Irish parent, which employs 800.

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#3) On October 07, 2009 at 3:10 PM, alstry (36.57) wrote:

LOOKS LIKE ONE BIG WORLDWIDE LIQUIDTION SALE....

Czech airlines to sell planes to generate cash

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