drop the bomb on me please federal reserve, My bet is down lower yet.
Winedoc and his helper were walking along a street in Toronto.
Winedoc looked in one of the shop windows and saw a sign that caught his eye. The sign read, “Suits $10.00 each, Shirts $4.00 each, Trousers $6.50 per pair”.
Winedoc said to his buddy, “Look at the prices! We could buy a whole lot of dose and when we get back to St. John’s we could make a fortune. Now, when we go in you stay quiet, okay? Let me do all da talking cause if they hear our accents, they might think we’re thickos from Newfoundland and try to screw us. “I’ll put on my best accent. Right y’are Winedoc, I’ll keep me mouth shut, so I will. You do all da busines” said his helper.
They go in and Winedoc says in a posh voice, “Hello my good man. I’ll take 50 suits at $10.00 each, 100 shirts at $4.00 each, and 50 pairs of trousers at $6.50 each. I’ll back up me truck ready to load em on, so I will.” The owner of the shop said quietly, “You’re from Newfoundland, aren’t you?”
“Well yes,” said a surprised Winedoc. “What gave it away?”
The owner replied, “This is a dry-cleaners”.
Looks like Jim Rogers has it right. He’s in Singapore and for years he’s been saying China is where it’s at. Teaching his kids to speak chinese.
And Ed Snowden is learning Russian…
Last week I sold at the money calls in the Aussie $ and Canadian $. I bought twice the number of out of the money calls with the short proceeds. The moving averages turned up and I was counting my chickens. Then the fed opened their mouth and the Japanese announced their own qe . It appears all the options will expire worthless so I will break even. It appeared that they might expire at the upper strike price which would have bestowed the max loss on me.
sometimes a move against your position isn’t so bad.
I wouldn’t want to rely on nano silver to save my life and the jury is out as far as the good doctor goes…much better to use preventative methods.
“Does anyone doubt that paper burns, now?”
I don’t doubt that paper eventually burns, but I’m not sure it’s now.
The paper kings are in charge. They’ve destroyed gold and silver and they’re now destroying the Ruble. Seems to me there is zero resistance to the criminals and their paper monopoly.
Hate to put my hope on Putin and China but they seem to be about all that’s left.
a rose by any other name is still a rose… crush c-r-a-s-h
I think you spelled that wrong… C-R-A-S-H Oh! Wait… that’s when the game ENDS! My bad.
Does anyone doubt that paper burns, now?
Stacking Physical… waiting for the paper crash… the only way to go. Paper is a fools game. You’re out-gunned by paper printers.
…….” If I die in Raleigh …… At least I will die free “……
Good for them for working out a partially finished song by Bob Dylan and making it a hit
we got the typical weak close with someone dumping 22 million shares of GDX. So the beatings will likely continue tomorrow because it’s a jobs report day and it just never ends.
AuRico Gold Reports Third Quarter Financial Results and Ninth Consecutive Quarter of Record Gold Production as Young-Davidson Reports a 17% Decrease in Cash Costs
Scorpio Mining Reports Third Quarter 2014
Golden Minerals Reports Third Quarter Financial Results And Provides Business Update
Listen to minutes 3-6 and then on to understand how government used this event to cover their various sick agendas and to preserve their future political careers. Then if it piques your interest watch the whole thing. We are living in a very sick world!! Silverngold
Kevin Annett: Canada PM Harper Cabinet Minister Denis Lebel in Ninth Circle child sacrifice in Rome
Hey that’s great! Del Shannon is one of my faves. Knock em dead! 🙂
I am singing at the Pink Flamingo tonight.
My repertoire includes Del Shannon’s Swiss Maid, Runaway, Hey Little Girl, Hats off to Larry, but not that one.
Violent clashes broke out in Belgium as more than 100,000 protesters marched in Brussels against the government’s austerity measures. Police deployed water cannon as dockworkers, metalworkers and students took to the streets.
The violence flared up at the end of an otherwise peaceful protest, with tear gas deployed as some radical demonstrators hurled objects at riot police and launched attacks with the barriers against the officials. Some set off colored smoke flares.
NOVEMBER 05, 2014
“…it has become apparent that the IRS did not undertake any significant efforts to obtain the emails from alternative sources following the discovery that the emails were missing”
(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) admitted to the court that it failed to search any of the IRS standard computer systems for the “missing” emails of Lois Lerner and other IRS officials. The admission appears in an IRS legal brief opposing the Judicial Watch request that a federal court judge allow discovery into how “lost and/or destroyed” IRS records relating to the targeting of conservative groups may be retrieved. The IRS is fighting Judicial Watch’s efforts to force testimony and document production about the IRS’ loss of records in Judicial Watch’s Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) litigation about the IRS targeting of Tea Party and other opponents of President Obama(Judicial Watch v. IRS (No. 1:13-cv-1559)). The lawsuit is before U.S. District Court Judge Emmett G. Sullivan.
In its September 17 Motion for Limited Discovery, Judicial Watch argues that, despite two orders, the IRS had consistently failed to provide information detailing how “the missing emails could be retrieved from other sources and produced to Judicial Watch.” On October 17, IRS attorneys asked the court to denythe Judicial Watch request, even while admitting that additional Congressional requests “could result in additional documents being located ….”
In its October 27 Reply in Support of Motion for Limited Discovery, Judicial Watch argued that declarations submitted by the IRS in response to the Judge Sullivan’s orders “fail to answer important questions about the missing emails:”
[I]t has become apparent that the IRS did not undertake any significant efforts to obtain the emails from alternative sources following the discovery that the emails were missing. The emails are potentially responsive to Plaintiff’s FOIA requests, and the IRS’s failure to search for them in other recordkeeping systems raises material questions of fact about whether the agency has conducted a reasonable search.
Judicial Watch lawyers reviewed the IRS court filings and concluded that the agency “did not undertake any significant efforts to obtain the emails.”
IRS attorneys conceded that they had failed to search the agency’s servers for missing emails because they decided that “the servers would not result in the recovery of any information.” They admitted they had failed to search the agency’s disaster recovery tapes because they had “no reason to believe that the tapes are a potential source of recovering” the missing emails. And they conceded that they had not searched the government-wide back-up system because they had “no reason to believe such a system … even exists.”
The IRS admitted to Judge Sullivan that the agency failed to “submit declarations about any of the foregoing items because it had no reason to believe that they were sources from which to recover information lost as a result of Lerner’s hard drive failure.” [Emphasis added] Department of Justice attorneys for the IRS had previously told Judicial Watch that Lois Lerner’s emails, indeed all government computer records, are backed up by the federal government in case of a government-wide catastrophe. The Obama administration attorneys said that this back-up system would be too onerous to search. In the October federal court filing, the IRS does not deny that the government-wide back-up system exists, and acknowledges to the court that 760 other email “servers” have been discovered but had not been searched. The IRS also refuses to disclose the names of the IRS officials who may have information about the IRS scandal, citing unspecified threats. The IRS says it pulled documents about the scandal from various employees into a “Congressional database” and that it has only searched this one “database” for missing records. Incredibly, the IRS has not searched any of the IRS’s regular computer systems for any missing records and admits that it has only searched a “database” that it knows does not contain the missing records being sought by the court, Judicial Watch, and Congress.
Rather than provide information to Judicial Watch and the court under oath about the missing records, the IRS intends for Judicial Watch to wait indefinitely for its production of the records. Judicial Watch argues the IRS’ continuing “failure to provide complete information highlights the need for limited discovery. Neither Judicial Watch nor the court should have to rely on incomplete transcripts, out-of-court conversations, or the other, limited information Judicial Watch’s attorneys have been able to glean from congressional correspondence, media reports, and the internet to determine what system of records the IRS should reasonably search to recover the missing emails. As in all FOIA litigation, an “asymmetrical distribution of knowledge” exists between the IRS on the one hand, and Judicial Watch and the court on the other. It is precisely because the IRS has refused to provide pertinent, complete information that limited discovery is necessary.”
“The Obama IRS couldn’t care less about the federal court’s orders to provide full information about the ‘missing’ Lois Lerner emails,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “Instead, the IRS, with the help of a compromised Justice Department, has engaged in a series of transparently evasive distractions. The IRS would have Judicial Watch wait for years before we can ask questions about the cover-up that is going on now. The IRS thinks it can game a federal court, Congress, and the American people. Having delayed accountability for over two years, the Obama administration is prepared to stonewall on the IRS targeting of Obama’s ‘enemies list’ until after the 2016 presidential election. Judicial Watch’s lawsuit can continue to break through this obstruction of justice, especially if the court approves our effort to put select Obama officials under oath.”