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Check out this seeding report

Posted by goldielocks @ 23:04 on August 30, 2017  

I found dated Aug 24

I surprised no one brought this up

Posted by goldielocks @ 22:49 on August 30, 2017  

Haarp One of my friends who got out before it hit unfortunately her car was in a shop likely under water driving a loner even mentioned it. Another one found this.

Hurricane Harvey: A Geoengineered Superstorm targets Texas—Why?


Posted by goldielocks @ 22:00 on August 30, 2017  

If it helps the aches and pains of all that rowing if they are and lifting for long hours what the heck. Texans should keep a water filter handy in a bug out bag. There’s a lot of people wanting to donate food including for dogs, cats, cloths, and furniture. They need to post a place. They can’t take the furniture yet but I bet some can use some cloths and shoes, food and pet food.

Sharing Water Out Of Little Cap

Posted by commish @ 19:33 on August 30, 2017  

Looks like many of the micros are topping out for now.

Posted by goldielocks @ 19:32 on August 30, 2017  

Couple still look like they have more to go but since they’re usually last makes me wonder if this cycle is closing. Not saying it is since there’s many micros but last ones to top are usually the micros.img_0080


Richard 9:28

Posted by goldielocks @ 19:18 on August 30, 2017  

Texas is a working town not a give me corrupt to the max sanctuary town like Chicago has turned into unfortunately. I feel bad for the working class. I have second cousins there or had. This storm as devastating as it is as 1000s cant go home will bring 1000s of jobs. They’re already advertising now. They’ll need to rebuild multi cities. I hope they hire Americans first with priorities to people who lost their jobs by the flood. In the meantime hope HUD will give out housing voyagers to all those who lost their residences for at least a year.

oxford letter

Posted by treefrog @ 17:31 on August 30, 2017  

awesome letter, but it was written by a breibart staffer, and originally presented with a preface:

“this is how oxford should answer the ‘rhodes must fall’ protesters.”

it’s still a great letter, and full of truth, but no official of oxford, or oriel college has the cojones to write it.

here’s oriel college’s official statement.  more restrained and professional, but the statue stays.




Posted by goldielocks @ 14:04 on August 30, 2017  

Oxford, the thing is I don’t think the snowflakes have reading comprehension good enough to read it and would be too long for them. Too many words, that is if they can read.

Stewart Thomson 1 year gold chart

Posted by ipso facto @ 13:04 on August 30, 2017  



Interstate 10 Houston

Posted by commish @ 11:58 on August 30, 2017  

Indonesia’s on my Don’t Invest There List.

Posted by ipso facto @ 9:52 on August 30, 2017  

Indonesia cheers Freeport ‘win’ as Grasberg valuation fight looms

JAKARTA (Reuters) – Indonesia’s government left no doubts as to who it believes got the better deal in its landmark agreement with Freeport McMoRan Inc (FCX.N) on the future of the Grasberg copper mine.

After Freeport agreed to divest a 51 percent stake in Grasberg, the world’s second-biggest copper mine, Indonesia’s Energy and Finance Ministries posted on social media #FreeportTaatIndonesiaBerdaulat, or “Freeport is obedient, Indonesia is a sovereign state”.

The bombastic statement illustrates Indonesia’s view that the dispute with Freeport over the mine was all about asserting the country’s rights to its mineral resources. While Indonesia can point to a victory that appeals to nationalist sentiment, pinning down the details on the divestment indicates a further fight with Freeport.

more http://www.reuters.com/article/us-indonesia-freeport-idUSKCN1BA119?utm_campaign=trueAnthem:+Trending+Content&utm_content=59a68efa04d301710d07f843&utm_medium=trueAnthem&utm_source=twitter

Here’s Why Louise Yamada Says Gold’s Going To Break Out

Posted by ipso facto @ 9:42 on August 30, 2017  


Lets bulldoze Chicago or Minneapolis if destruction is so good for the economy and will boost GDP

Posted by Richard640 @ 9:28 on August 30, 2017  
  • With floodwaters still rising and damage estimates piling up, analysts expect just a modest dent in the U.S. economy from Hurricane Harvey this quarter, with reconstruction efforts likely to be substantial enough to BOOST GROWTH LATER IN THE YEAR.
Top Overnight News
  • Euro-area economic confidence rose to the highest level in a decade as European Central Bank policy makers prepare for a discussion next week about whether and how to pare back stimulus
  • With floodwaters still rising and damage estimates piling up, analysts expect just a modest dent in the U.S. economy from Hurricane Harvey this quarter, with reconstruction efforts likely to be substantial enough to boost growth later this year
  • North Korea’s Kim says IRBM firing is ’prelude’ to containing Guam; Yonhap says possibility that North Korea launches missile into the Pacific Ocean to show off ability to strike U.S. mainland cannot be excluded 
  • On Tuesday morning, disaster analyst Chuck Watson had pegged $42 billion as a reasonable estimate for the cost of destruction Tropical Storm Harvey would leave in its wake. By the end of the day, he’d added another $10 billion
  • With floodwaters still rising and damage estimates piling up, analysts expect just a modest dent in the U.S. economy from Hurricane Harvey this quarter, with reconstruction efforts likely to be substantial enough to boost growth later this year

somethin’ happenin’ here, what it is ain’t exactly clear…

Posted by treefrog @ 9:18 on August 30, 2017  


rno, re 18:16 yesterday

Posted by treefrog @ 8:55 on August 30, 2017  

your re-test of the gold breakout @ 1305 seems to be holding….  lets hope it keeps on holding.

I hear analysts saying gold may be up a few hundred dollars by the end of 2018. Bitcoin is already up $214 this morning.

Posted by Richard640 @ 8:50 on August 30, 2017  



Posted by treefrog @ 7:22 on August 30, 2017  


never mind the storm.  where did mississippi go  ???

€50 a month

Posted by Portugeezer @ 4:04 on August 30, 2017  

















Takes us to €1500 by Christmas. Moar, I want Moar.


Forget the Fluoride in our tap water

Posted by Portugeezer @ 3:53 on August 30, 2017  

Replace it with oxytocin.

All our troubles will be over.  The “great big melting pot” theory will come to life. (But that was about colour, not religion).  Hug a muslim, hug a Nazi, hug a Zionist, even, horror upon horror, hug a Christian!!!!!

Better still, put oxytocin in the water supply to the corridors of power.

The Russians will be our best friends.



Posted by Maya @ 2:59 on August 30, 2017  




Gold Train

Posted by Maya @ 2:56 on August 30, 2017  


Up on Cripple Creek…



Posted by Maya @ 2:53 on August 30, 2017  

Wow.  A breath of civilized sanity still exists in the world.

The rabbit hole really is a sewer

Posted by Auandag @ 0:26 on August 30, 2017  
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