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mr copper,

Posted by treefrog @ 23:23 on March 1, 2019  

so sorry to hear of your loss.  words fail me.

Mr. Copper

Posted by amals @ 22:31 on March 1, 2019  

Add mine to the list of condolences.  So very sorry for your very great loss.

Wow, Like a family here. I Didn’t Realize How Many Good Friends I Have Here

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 22:23 on March 1, 2019  


I’m impressed. I always thought I offended everybody here with my sometimes obnoxious frank and blunt opinions. I thank you all, each and everyone of you, for your caring, advice and sympathy. Hugs to all of you. You all made me feel better.

Strange coincidence, I texted Pegs surgeon saying that our patient Margaret has passed on. He texted back saying “I know your sadness, I just buried my 28 year old son.” “Overdose”. There was more to it than that. This was a stand out surgeon, very advanced.

The photo above is us, Peggy and Larry, from better times. A not so great cell phone photo of a photo. Pegs hair was usually longer, and both of us have much lighter colored hair than in the photo.


MrCopper – Treasure the memories

Posted by Maya @ 21:46 on March 1, 2019  

And take care of yourself.  We love you here, too.


Posted by redneckokie1 @ 21:24 on March 1, 2019  

So sorry to hear of your wife’s passing. Hang on to those memories with all your strength.



Mr. Copper

Posted by deer79 @ 20:55 on March 1, 2019  

My condolences also. I do plenty of my moaning and complaining on this board, but life is the precious commodity in all of this and our partners in life are a huge part of that. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you.

Mr. Copper – Sincere condolences

Posted by Alex Valdor @ 20:37 on March 1, 2019  

I have been there , only I lost my wife in under two days , so I was totally unprepared .

The only advice I can give is to be grateful for the years you did have together , and not dwell on the loneliness and loss . That said , we never stop loving the one we lost .

Mr. Copper

Posted by Moggy @ 20:12 on March 1, 2019  

My heart goes out to you in your loss.  I am so sorry.

Mr Copper

Posted by goldielocks @ 19:18 on March 1, 2019  

So sorry for your loss. That took to my heart when you said she could of had better. She picked the right person. You sound like you had wonderful years together and when she went through those terrible times you were there with her giving her a reason to live even for a while longer.


Posted by Maddog @ 18:54 on March 1, 2019  

So sorry to hear yr awfull news, at least her suffering is over.

All my very best, in yr time of sorrows. Time does heal some.

Mr.Copper @ 17:03

Posted by Floridagold @ 18:35 on March 1, 2019  

I am so sorry for your loss.  Today and always, may loving memories bring you peace, comfort, and strength.

You and your family will be in my thoughts and prayers!


Thanks Guys, for your caring sympathy and love. I love you guys too ya know.

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 18:11 on March 1, 2019  

My regards too Mr. Copper

Posted by eeos @ 18:08 on March 1, 2019  

I feel like I’ve known you for 20 years back in the GE days and have enjoyed your presence and comfort in the room. You’re a good man and loved


Posted by ipso facto @ 18:06 on March 1, 2019  

Very sorry to hear that. Sounds like she was a fine woman. You have my sympathy.

Very sorry Mr. Copper.

Posted by macroman3 @ 17:47 on March 1, 2019  

she was your precious

Mr. Copper

Posted by newtogold @ 17:34 on March 1, 2019  

My sincere condolences on your wife passing. We are on “this road” for such a brief time.  Stay strong and if you are a man of faith, I hope it will bring you solace. 1 Cor 15

Mr Copper

Posted by Portugeezer @ 17:27 on March 1, 2019  

My sincere condolences for your loss.

Stay strong.


Mr. Copper

Posted by Buygold @ 17:24 on March 1, 2019  

Very sorry Mr. Copper. Very difficult to recover from losing your wife and loved one.

I should have lost my wife 9 months ago but somehow she’s managed to hang on but it’s been a very long road in recovery and for sure there’s more rocky road ahead.

Best to you Mr. Copper, I’m not a praying man but my thoughts are with you brother

@Maddog re 16:05

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 17:03 on March 1, 2019  

I hate to relay ugly info, but I was gone because my wife, that I’ve been with since high school days, passed away from cancer on February 8th. It started about four years ago but got very bad just before thanksgiving. The doctors could only slow it down.

She was very pretty, very smart and witty. She was like goldilocks. Very educated about health and nutrition, all her life ate all the right foods, organic, no gmo etc. Maybe that’s why the cancer came so late in life.

She could have done better than me, could have gotten any guy she wanted but she stuck with me. Even at the end she still looked pretty as ever. My life has been a nightmare on and off the past few years, its going to take a very long time for me to get over this.

Bus #79, South

Posted by macroman3 @ 16:53 on March 1, 2019  

Looks like

Posted by eeos @ 16:36 on March 1, 2019  

A typical bullshit day to me. and who cares if your stack when the price is falling like a rock. no thanks

Anyone get the number of that bus

Posted by ipso facto @ 16:06 on March 1, 2019  

Mr Copper

Posted by Maddog @ 16:05 on March 1, 2019  

Good to see u posting, was wondering where u were.

Maya, Maddog

Posted by Buygold @ 16:01 on March 1, 2019  

Maya – Yes. Insanity reigns but stacking physical is not rational either, I have a lot of it. All of it is subject to the paper price on any given day if I need to sell. I no longer think “just stacking” will save anyone. If you’re talking about the apocalypse then maybe you can trade your stack for a loaf of bread or gallon of water.

Insurance? Modern day insurance is the USD and US Bonds. Agree with you about hopium, I’m more guilty than anyone. Should have bought Bite coin.

“Insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.  Sound like someone you know?

Like the WOPR observed, the only way to win the game is to NOT PLAY.

Stacking physical…. insurance for the ultimate breakdown… is the only rational game there is.”

Maddog – depressing doesn’t quite cover it on days like this.

I’m continually amused by the ‘Hopium’ here…

Posted by Maya @ 15:50 on March 1, 2019  

and endless commentary of ‘what if…’ and “if only…”.    Everyone here KNOWS this market is endlessly manipulated and controlled… so why do YOU continue to play the paper games??

Insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.  Sound like someone you know?

Like the WOPR observed, the only way to win the game is to NOT PLAY.

Stacking physical…. insurance for the ultimate breakdown… is the only rational game there is.

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