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It is wrong to dispair.....



August 11, 2011 – Comments (2)

While my  good buddy  Al  thinks  its  okay to  over-load  with post after post,  Lordz  has  taken the road of  less is so much more:

1...   Stop  feeding him  if you wish to see him not post,  Alstry feeds off his  attention,  stop reccoing   if you want to see him stop,  let him be the only one recommending his own posts over and over and over again.

2... What are the fundamentals ?  when does  the price justify  the  risk / chance in buying something that may still  continue to go down, but at present prices is  worth  acquiring.

3---  Let the silly computers be,  look to beat them to the punch by out chancing and out thinking them.

4---  Theoretically  it can't  rain forever, have faith  and do your homework and preparation.

5...  If you still fail,  at least  in or near the end,  you'll have stories and you can at least say that you risked it all or you took risks, rather than simply  shrug your shoulders and  having a blank sheepish look.

6...  Enjoy the bull when you can  and embrace the bear for what  it is.

7...  The sweet and the sour.

Without the sour  the sweet never is so sweet..








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#1) On August 11, 2011 at 12:29 PM, L0RDZ (88.41) wrote:

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#2) On August 11, 2011 at 12:37 PM, L0RDZ (88.41) wrote:

Numerous bar patrons slowly nodded in agreement as Bernanke went on to suggest the United States could pass three or four more stimulus packages and "it wouldn't even matter."

"You think that's going to create long-term economic growth, let alone promote job creation?" Bernanke said. "We're way beyond that, my friend. There are no jobs, okay? There's nothing. I think that calls for another drink, don't you?"

While using beer bottles and pretzel sticks in an attempt to explain to the bartender the importance of infusing $650 billion into the bond market, the inebriated Fed chairman nearly fell off his stool and had to be held up by the patron sitting next to him.

Another bargoer confirmed Bernanke stood about 2 inches from her face and sprayed her with saliva, claiming inflation was going to "totally screw" consumer confidence and then asking if he could bum a smoke.

"Sure, we could hold down long-term interest rates and pursue a program of quantitative easing, but c'mon, we all know that's not going to make the slightest bit of difference when it comes to output, demand, or employment," Bernanke said before being told to "try to keep [his] voice down" by the bartender. "And trust me, with the value of the U.S. dollar in the toilet, import costs going through the roof, and numerous world governments unprepared for their own substantial debt burdens, it's not looking too good for us abroad, either."

"God, I'm so wasted," added Bernanke, resting his head on the bar.

Later in the evening, Richard Kampman, a truck driver who was laid off in 2010, said Bernanke approached him in the men's restroom and attempted to strike up a conversation about various factors contributing to the current financial crisis.

"He stumbled up to the urinal and started mumbling on about the depressed housing sector or something," said Kampman, who claimed Bernanke had to use both hands on the wall to steady himself. "Then after a while he just sort of stopped and I couldn't tell if he was laughing or crying."

"Then he puked all over the sink and the mirror," Kampman added.

Customers at the bar told reporters the "S*!tfaced" and disruptive Bernanke refused to pay for his drinks with U.S. currency, claiming it was "worthless." Witnesses also confirmed that near the end of the evening, Bernanke put money into the jukebox and selected Dire Straits' "Money For Nothing" to play five times in a row.

"This is what it's all about," said Bernanke, who reportedly danced alone in the middle of the dark tavern. "F00cking love this song."

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