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May 05, 2010 – Comments (7)

IT IS TIME TO BRING INTEGRITY BACK TO MONEY......

Money simply can't be the product of a loan to a select few and cut off the masses....especially since the select few didn't qualify for the loan and the lender never had the money in the first place.

THE PEOPLE WILL REVOLT ONCE THEY FIGURE IT OUT AND THE PARASITE WILL NO LONGER HAVE A HOST.

It is what Greece is all about as the Greek people have been here before....but this will spread around the world as more and more see the injustice of bailing out insolvent bankers and letting them foreclose on insolvent citizens.  Pretty soon, so few have any money and the result willl be practially no economy left as the sheep are too scared to think.

We have now  cut off credit to the small business owners in America and the community bankers....the real productive class and employers of our nation.......

while the tax receipts are evaporating and we are now shutting down our schools and hospitals as the bankers, politicians, and Wall Street executives get raises??? 

Cmon....Fools wake up...the Digital Age is beginning....embrace it.....it will be the most exciting time in human history.

5.05.10......It is finally here as Alstrymous will lead the way......

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#1) On May 05, 2010 at 12:57 PM, PDTBiotech (94.51) wrote:

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#2) On May 05, 2010 at 1:11 PM, alstry (35.28) wrote:

Very fair relfection of Alstry's performance in the Industrial Age.

Very Fair!!!

Why do you think I am starting a dot.com now with a global audience???? 

Welcome to the Digital Age....it will be exciting!!!!! 

Unfortunately much of the Industrial Age will shut down....and most Foolish Sheep play in the Industrial Age.

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The Sak 'N Save in Carson City NV

The Costa Mesa Omelette Parlor CA

Boys and Girl Club Mountain View Elementary VA Location

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Tiffany's Lighting Lamps and Shades at 3227 Atlantic Blvd FL

Madem Reels SA Closing Chattanooga Plant 

Mandana House Recovery Center in Oakland 

Federal Mogul Schofield facility by March 2011

Greenwood Utilities Mississippi Power Station  

Hohman’s Cleaners in Pittsburgh 

Barton’s store 2535 S. Grant Ave. in Carthage MO

Movie Gallery Closing Wilsonville Office Oregon - 60 Jobs Lost

Cherishables Store in Wilmington Delaware 

Sussex Co-op Feed Mill ( International )

International Automotive Components at Sheboygan Plant by Year End- 100 Jobs Lost

Universal Mortgage Corp in Mequon - 100 Jobs Lost

Nido Italiano Ristorante & The Coffee Bean in Leesburg VA

Millville Harley-Davidson and the Harley-Davidson Shop of Wildwood NJ

American Vending Sales Closing NJ Office

Saks to Close San Diego 

Wild West Electronics in Reno NV

Starbucks coffee shop in Conseco Fieldhouse

The Corner Cupboard Inn in DE

Serendipity Books in CA Possibly closing

Movie Gallery Closing all 2,415 Stores: Report

At Least 50 Senior Centers in NY to Close by July 1

St. John Newmann Regional Elementary School in PA 

Viking Office Supply in Geneva Illinois 

Brookpark Golf Range in Parma 

Update: The Natoma restaurant in Newark Ohio

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Little Store in St. Charles IL

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The Etowah County and Gadsden City school AL - 65

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Seacoast National Bank - 2 Bank Executives 

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City of Millville NJ - 8

Manning Schools SC - 8

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BB&T Bank- 500

Central Okanagan School District ( International ) - 42

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Frontier Oil Corporation Cheyenne Refinery - 12

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Broward School District - up to 1,000 

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Montgomery County - 256

Sadler Clinic - 38

Alameda Museum - 10

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#3) On May 05, 2010 at 1:48 PM, chk999 (99.97) wrote:

In honor of 5/5/10 I am having a second taco. Then I'll have a brownie.

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#4) On May 05, 2010 at 1:57 PM, alstry (35.28) wrote:

May I suggest a fish taco........

Because if this oil keeps gushing out at the current rate....and we are not able to abate it.....it may be a real long time before you ever eat any fish again......that is ocean fish.

Now that I am thinking about it....you may want to run to your local grocer and buy all the frozen ocean seafood you can.....before it's too late.....and will likely be a better investment than gold or stocks.

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#5) On May 05, 2010 at 2:35 PM, chk999 (99.97) wrote:

Most of the seafood I see in the stores is not from the GoM, so no worries on that front.

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#6) On May 05, 2010 at 2:40 PM, alstry (35.28) wrote:

It is all about the EAC dude............Welcome To The Digital Age....it will be EVERYWHERE....Hang  On!

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#7) On May 05, 2010 at 4:29 PM, chk999 (99.97) wrote:

It is over 9000 miles from the GoM To the east coast of Australia, which is where the EAC is. Circulation times between the two are measured in decades. 

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