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Snow Train

Posted by Maya @ 23:29 on February 2, 2015  

folder_xing

We’re coming for ya, Commish!

http://www.railpictures.net/viewphoto.php?id=287763

 

While Muslims attacking the city Aussie cops hiding in woods looking for speeders.

Posted by goldielocks @ 22:50 on February 2, 2015  

Interesting story about tickets based on income someone gets hit with a million dollar speeding ticket. I’m waiting for people world wide to start burning the speed cameras down.

http://armstrongeconomics.com/2015/02/02/australian-police-hiding-in-woods-to-catch-speeders/

macroman3 @ 21:46

Posted by Maya @ 22:48 on February 2, 2015  

“400 million trounces”

LOL!  Freudian slip?    I know we get ‘trounced’ a lot… but THAT much?  🙂

 

eeos, 19:32, thanks for those charts but I gata say I’m disappointed

Posted by macroman3 @ 21:46 on February 2, 2015  

30 years worth of silver eagles and basically only 1 per person for every Yankee and Canuck. I wonder how many Maples were stashed? Not many.

Also 400 million trounces is a bit more than half of annual mine supply.

Crap, at one per person, I count for a small town worth… winedoc could probably fix the whole .gov vehicle fleet with his car parts.

Just saying we have a long road to travel to honest money…

Ipso, macroman

Posted by redneckokie1 @ 21:36 on February 2, 2015  

I finally got it all paid off! Next time I go to my wife’s farm,ill send some photos of her hometown. The old downtown is about dead and the school and post office have been consolidated. The old buildings are crumbling . I think some of the rings inthe sidewalk are still in place to tie the horses.

rno

RNO, I detect a bit of jealousy in ipso’s 20:05 post.

Posted by macroman3 @ 21:24 on February 2, 2015  

Not one stitch of cardboard, all quality construction, unlike his mansion outback of the Quickie Mart .

edit, dang typing in bad light, can’t see the difference between a period and a comma.

Either that or I’m close to 50…

You know ipso. I got to thinking about that curse (Kearse) of an all world catch on the 1 yard line…

Posted by macroman3 @ 21:19 on February 2, 2015  

Without it, Seahawks would have just had regular disappointment…

To get that close and blow it with a pass play Coach Carrol call is synonymous with this upside down world.

WTF armchair quarterbacking done, mm

wxman @ 19:28

Posted by ipso facto @ 20:05 on February 2, 2015  

That is the station that’s in front of RNO’s house down by the railroad tracks. I believe he owns one of those horseless carriages.

SILVER EAGLES vs GOLD EAGLES: Two Charts You Have To See

Posted by eeos @ 19:32 on February 2, 2015  

There are two charts every precious metals investor needs to see.  The U.S. Mint is celebrating its 30 year anniversary producing Gold and Silver Eagles and if we look at the sales data of these two Official precious metal legal tender coins going back to 1986, we find some very interesting trends.

The U.S. Mint started selling Gold and Silver Eagles in 1986.  The first year the U.S. Mint produced these coins, 1,787,750 oz of Gold Eagles were sold compared to 5,096,000 Silver Eagles… a 3 to 1 ratio.  That was the first and last year, the Silver-Gold Eagle ratio was that low.

“Investors purchased nearly 5 times more Silver Eagles a year after the Great U.S. Economic Collapse in 2008, than they did from 1986-2007.  In contrast, the U.S. Mint only sold an average of 50% more Gold Eagles from 2008-2014 compared to the yearly average from 1986-2007.  Basically, Silver Eagles outperformed Gold Eagle sales by 10 to 1 since 2008.”

Let’s first look at the Gold Eagle sales chart: Read more and see charts

@Silverboom….is that a photo from the Sonoma area?

Posted by wxman @ 19:28 on February 2, 2015  

I remember seeing a scene like that in 2008.

And the beat goes on.

Posted by commish @ 17:58 on February 2, 2015  

2zo95sm click picture to enlarge.

Now Maddog

Posted by Buygold @ 17:50 on February 2, 2015  

The reason for the SM to be up over 1% was clear. The Baltic Dry Index collapsed to Lehman levels.

It just never ends.

Hi Maddog

Posted by Portugeezer @ 17:14 on February 2, 2015  

How about the US$ though.

Talk about fine tuning.

Just look at this chart.  Check out the first hit on the fib.  March 2009 a precise hit and turn on the lower fib.

But then look at the last candle.  An exact fit between the two fibs.  Absolutely perfect.

Click on the picture to enlarge it.

USDollar fix

Point to point accuracy.  Amazing work.  They are artists.

 

Rich

So much for the large bids

Posted by Maddog @ 16:07 on February 2, 2015  

Kamikaze selling in Monster size, took prices down in the end.

Meanwhile the Scum get their beloved SM up over 1 % on zero news !!!!!!

large bids in the PM stox into the close…….that’s new!!!!!!

Posted by Maddog @ 15:47 on February 2, 2015  

I wonder is that some long Au/short stox pukeing at last !!!!

Gold and silver both continue

Posted by silverboom @ 15:37 on February 2, 2015  

to look mighty good here.

A little gas and away we go.

 

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Unlawful Killing

Posted by joe12pack @ 15:08 on February 2, 2015  

This was banned in the UK. Watch this before it gets pulled.

It’s about princess Diana and her suspicious death
http://youtu.be/ucRdqxV-pDU

now chemtrails in smokestack emissions- I might believe that story

Posted by eeos @ 15:08 on February 2, 2015  

don’t have time to check it out today, but makes sense.

What can you do about it? Use less electricity!

Things off the top of my head:

Get off the grid. Buy a Tesla gigabattery for your house (I know not yet but soon). Replace all bulbs for LED’s and get ultra efficient. Research zero energy structures. Reward those who think and improvise scalable solutions by purchasing their products. Go solar, solar city finances everything these days and it pays for itself in years, not decades.

Lock fly ash into concrete. Consider that lots of other consequences such as radiation in coal as also emitted from smokestacks.

Baltic Dry Plunges At Fastest Pace Since Lehman, Hits New 29 Year Low

Posted by eeos @ 15:00 on February 2, 2015  

Over at ZH

BDI

Posted by ipso facto @ 14:08 on February 2, 2015  

4

more http://www.marketanthropology.com/2015/01/going-up.html?m=1

Samb

Posted by aufever @ 11:18 on February 2, 2015  

I agree 100%.

I just think the kid needs more credit for what I think is the most amazing, single most dramatic defensive play in Superbowl history.  At least, I cannot think of another such defensive play to win a Superbowl. And he’s an undrafted rookie!

Chemtrails are COAL ASH!! What we can do to stop it!!

Posted by silverngold @ 11:10 on February 2, 2015  

Aufever

Posted by Samb @ 11:07 on February 2, 2015  

Seattle had a free shot at running it in. They fail then call a time out. Less then one yard to go with a monster running back to boot.

silverngold — yep i’m with you on that

Posted by WANKA @ 11:01 on February 2, 2015  

the Monsanto sarcastic spoof says it all and even more when we consider the Manchurian candidate sitting in the beige rug house! toon1l' wj

Superbowl play call

Posted by aufever @ 10:42 on February 2, 2015  

The Butler kid makes one of the greatest, if not THE greatest, defensive plays in Superbowl history.  Give him some credit.

After making a very nice pass defense play, and then after a fluky bounce having the presence to get up and take the receiver out of bounds!

Can you name a single better, more memorable, more important defensive play in a Superbowl?

It seems like a horrible play call, of course — but when 99% are expecting one thing, sometimes it’s better to do something different. They would have scored except for an exceptional read and defensive play by the cornerback.

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