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Don't Panic!!!!!!!!

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September 29, 2008 – Comments (3)

My suggestion is go and buy a few cases of bottled water.

Lots and lots of ice.

Some Dominican Cohibas....preferably Churchills as they burn longer and you get more value per puff.

A case of low sodium tomato juice.

A bottle of worstercier sauce and some fresh lemons.

Lots and lots of freshly grated horse radish.

Some sea salt and Old Bay seasoning.

Mix em all up and add some cheap vodka....the more horse radish.....the cheaper the vodka can be.

Light the cigar and drink the bloody and let's see what tomorrow has in store.

This is all a bunch of nonsense.....stay focused on what you do best and keep on keeping on.

But if you think the economy is going to turn around anytime soon.....I suggest you buy lots and lots of the above.

 

3 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On September 29, 2008 at 4:38 PM, dinodelaurentis (74.56) wrote:

OH>>>HELL>>>YEAH!!!

Best Post Of The Day. Hands Down.

if i may suggest Absolute Peppar instead of cheap vodka and i'll bring Liquid Acid Cohibas for me. sounds like a damned good idea.

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#2) On September 29, 2008 at 5:28 PM, Varchild2008 (85.27) wrote:

Yah I liquidated out of one of my stocks that would fail in the midst of a credit freeze which is looking a lot more likely.

Rest of my stocks have significant cash flow and capital so..*shrug* I'll look forward to stashing lots of cash on the sidelines and buying back-in to any "survivors" at dirt cheap prices I guess.

Oh and I prefer "Vitamin Water" drinks and "Ginger Ale" to calm my heart which is beating faster than an overly lubricated Machine Gun for the last few days.

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#3) On September 29, 2008 at 9:25 PM, zygnoda (27.16) wrote:

You forget.. Ben is coming tomorrow to rescue us all.  He has a giant pontoon boat and we are all going to Australia.  We will be Kangaroo Shepherds for the rest of our lives.

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