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Mister Martie

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Mister Martie last won the day on November 6 2013

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  1. Wait, this guy was charging 10% to basically just hold money in trust and then pay it out? Amazing.
  2. class all the way. It's hard to be classy when you are a sociopath.
  3. In 5 weeks he's probably got 10 highlight catches. Super fast, unreal hands, amazing balance & agility, great route runner, high points the ball, great leaping ability...I could go on.I'm calling BS here - you can't go on.
  4. "I though a date would be nice too. Which is why I included one in my original email."
  5. Jon_mx quoting "Dumb and Dumber"! #SigMaterial My farts ooze more intelligence than anything you have ever contributed to this forum. I beg to differ I thought this was going to be a link to jon declaring that "Wind is a finite resource."
  6. It's all part of the natural order of things. The climate has been changing for billions of years, don't you know. There is nothing mutual exclusive about the environment changing naturally and man causing an impact to environment. They both are happening and only the nut case global warmers attempt to claim that they are not. Link to anyone ever saying that there are no natural influences on the environment?It was the whole reason the global warmers created the whole hockey stick illusion. And is also the logic behind the idiotic argument made numerous times on this thread that it is somehow amazing that temperatures have been above the average temperature for the 1900's for hundreds of consecutive months. And to a lesser degree, the IPCC
  7. It's all part of the natural order of things. The climate has been changing for billions of years, don't you know. There is nothing mutual exclusive about the environment changing naturally and man causing an impact to environment. They both are happening and only the nut case global warmers attempt to claim that they are not. Link to anyone ever saying that there are no natural influences on the environment?
  8. It's all part of the natural order of things. The climate has been changing for billions of years, don't you know.Temps go up, temps go down - you can't explain that! Next you'll be trying to tell me you can explain the tides!
  9. I agree here. Jamie wandering around in the Riverlands wouldn't exactly be great TV. It's not like they are going to have an inner monologue for him like the Wonder Years so the redemption arc would more or less fall flat, imo.
  10. Right. How Jaime forces the Blackfish to give up Riverrun without violating his vow to Catelyn is a key part of his redemption. But maybe that isn't a part of the TV series. If the Jaime/Riverrun part doesn't happen in the show I will be very disappointed. ETA: I'd forgotten that the Blackfish was at the Red Wedding in the show. I guess that does it. I thought he left before the main "festivities" got going. I don't think they ever showed him getting killed.Correct.
  11. People lose their homes and government doesn't do its job they get pssed and... actually that should be respected, or deferred to by our government officials. I'm not sure how this kind of derisiveness or disrespect for average citizens is appealing to any conservatives. Public officials work for us, not the other way around. That guy didn't deserve to be spoken to like some basement level employee. No government official has suffered as much or worked as much as someone who has lost their home. This kind of arrogance in Louisiana after Katrina might have gotten a local official acting like this lynched then and there to be frank.
  12. Ditto - going to order this today. It will be the first non-digital book I've bought in ages.
  13. One expert is from the Prudent Bear Fund. First, his fund has a 5.5% load and a 1.75% expense ratio, both of which are high. Second, according to Morningstar over the past 5 years, $10K in the S&P has grown to almost $25K, while $10K in his fund would now be worth about $4K.This is akin to Goldman Sachs' calls on oil going to $250 a barrel years ago when they were huge in the commodities business, i.e. made money off of that prediction by getting more people into oil, etc. This guy wants the market to go down because he needs a 60% correction to get back to even. Honestly, I think we could easily see a dip soon, but I really don't think it will be that bad at all. I could see the returns slow down and stagnate for a bit, but a 60% correction puts us back at 1997 levels (ignoring the crash in 2009, from which we have recovered). To give you some perspective, the S&P 500 earnings back in 1997 were $58 per share and in 2014 they are around $102 per share. 5.5% load? :lmao: This guy probably doesn't even care if the market goes down as long as he fishes enough suckers to pay the load. I'm sure he's found plenty.