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Mr Copper

Posted by goldielocks @ 21:20 on October 29, 2019  

Didn’t have time to mention about foreign cars. The foreign starting with Japanese making affordable cars was economically awake during that time while American manufactures were still stuck on their large models and muscle cars but they were gas guzzlers.
40 years ago there was a correlation between sharp increases in gas prices and gas economic cars.
You could buy a toyota or VW and get about twice the miles in a full tank. It wasn’t just themselves it was survival. Two things could of happened. American cars could of made theirs more gas efficient and Gov could of did something about the rising gas prices. Would of could of should of. Between 1970 and 1980 the price of gas almost tripled in price and with it the demand for gas efficient cars. It probably still wouldn’t of stoped them from outsourcing the work.


Posted by goldielocks @ 19:38 on October 29, 2019  

Who knows if that’s the reason he’s running in the first place.
Someone posted this video of Johnny Carson joking about Biden plagiarism back in the 80s. He hasn’t changed.


Posted by treefrog @ 19:11 on October 29, 2019  


He can’t drop out. If he’s no longer running, the impeachment goes away.

florida heat

Posted by treefrog @ 17:26 on October 29, 2019  

the way to deal with florida summer heat is to stay above 5,000 feet elevation (go on extended camping trips/roadtrips.)

making coffee, goosenecks state park (ut)

bitterroot mountains, idaho

san juan mountains, south of silverton, co.

a friend downloading used powerade off a 1,200 foot cliff, muley point, utah

lemhi pass on continental divide montana/idaho state line, first lewis and clark crossing of the divide.

granite creek wyoming, south of jackson.

Mr Copper

Posted by goldielocks @ 17:13 on October 29, 2019  

Being dry, hilly, mountainy, and the ocean is what people like here. They can go to either after a short drive depending. Earthquakes that do a lot of damage don’t happen that often compared to flooding, bad humidity, hurricanes and blizzards. Some areas just too hot even with low humidity in summer. Fires are anywhere especially with trees and if it gets windy.
Guess people just get used to where they’re at. I knew Jim Dougherty, he was Marylin Monroe’s first husband who was a cop and sharpshooter then. I got a few ducks from him and his nephew during hunting season. By then he remarried to a women who spoke French I remember because I could speak French then and talk to her. He decided to move there to Maine but wound up going back to Calif. I knew someone else who bought land there and just left it and just came back.
It’s just a shame what the politicians and non elected behind it are doing to these states.
I heard in Chili they rioted and got some of the cost of living back down. Guess sadly that’s what it takes these days, civil unrest.

Mr. Copper – can’t argue about Florida heat between June and October

Posted by Alex Valdor @ 16:03 on October 29, 2019  

The only time to be out bike riding , etc. is before 9 am and after 5 pm.

But then there are the winter months … mid-Feb :

goldielocks @ 10:00

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 14:11 on October 29, 2019  

Roger that many good observations. I myself would NOT live in Ca. for a free $600k house. Fires, earth quakes, too dense population in spots, too dry, too hilly etc etc. and quacks running the state. Fla either. Way too hot and humid. I like Maine, New Hampshire, etc.

All the problems and troubles you mentioned are a product or side effect of globalization. Global welfare. Global affirmative action to equalize countries at USA expense. And anybody that purchased an imported consumer product, when they had a US choice, contributed to the decline.

United we stand, divided we fell. Innocent people, just concerned about them selves. Buying high quality cheaper. We didn’t all stick together and boycott imported people and products. We had the wrong leadership. We had THEIR leadership. It all doesn’t matter anymore. Forty years ago was the time to complain. Nature is taking its course now.

Maya, adjacent to the railway-callenging Cheakamus valley there is another

Posted by Equisetum @ 12:45 on October 29, 2019  

interesting volcano-related geomorphic feature, known locally as ‘the Barrier’. There are some images of the barrier in the link below. When the Cheakamus valley was filled with an ice sheet a lava flow from the Garibaldi volcanic belt was interrupted in its downward movement when it came up against the ice-filled valley. The result was the vertical andesitic wall that you see in some of these images. Instead of exiting down into Cheakamus valley, the lava flow instead created a dam that resulted in a water-filled basin now known as Garibaldi Lake, which can be seen just up-slope from ‘the Barrier. In 1947, Bill Mathews, the geologist who was my geomorphology prof in 1959, was the first to use the term ‘tuya’ to describe flat-topped volcanic outlets that have erupted under an ice sheet. There are tuyas nearby the area of today’s ‘Barrier’. A more recently described tuya in the Stikine area of British Columbia is now named the ‘Mathews Tuya’


Looks like the scum arrived

Posted by Buygold @ 12:31 on October 29, 2019  

and decided to put the kabash on any move upward.

Same as it always was.

Nice comeback if we can keep going

Posted by Buygold @ 11:25 on October 29, 2019  

especially in the shares and silver.

We’ll see if the scum steps in to ruin the party.

Nice to see the HUI doing better with gold still behaving poorly

Posted by ipso facto @ 11:10 on October 29, 2019  

Mr Copper 15:28

Posted by goldielocks @ 10:00 on October 29, 2019  

Seems to me they are robotic and can’t think outside the box. That could make them predictable. Also wondering with Europe QE to infinity has anything to do with it. Just put a bunch of it in deep freeze while they manipulate everyone else’s. Getting a grandson a ice cream cone at Mac Donald’s a week or so ago I noticed their dollar ice cream went up about 50 cents. Not vested in it although would of been good years back. Guess they’re needing more money now for the stock board or the food costs are moving up. I also see a turn over and unhappy workers wanting out. Tells me corporates are up to something and it isn’t helping those who do the work. The good steady workers are probably not getting better pay than the come and goers thus a higher turn over rate and more work burden on the good and steady workers.
In California the new governor I heard is eliminating boarding homes for teens for a cheaper alternative. This is messing with lives. Those turning 18 will be on the streets. They don’t want to pay and a lot of these kids are messed up in the head. Not a good idea to put them in foster homes for less pay and expose little children to them where anything could happen. For instance a teen was caught raping a dog.
There’s only one good side is kids that don’t need to be in there won’t be anymore and not exposed to bad influences. That’s because there can be a conflict of interest as the ones running it can be connected to the system.A conflict of interest that can make a business out of human trafficking.
On the other side there can be a lot of teens out there with no where to go and the education system has been part of the problem. Even with low unemployment which generally only shows known workers unemployment not new the start up pay is no longer enough. Also heard blocks and blocks of low income apts in one area are going to be torn down. They are going to give each person 5 K to move but with no where to go if they can’t afford the rent. The square feet of these places haven’t grown, just the taxes and greed. They’re going to take the land put up condos. Seniors can’t enjoy their retirement and still have to work. So much for lefties helping the poor. Other than their vote these lying pos could care less. They’re full of it, seriously. There’s not enough life boats and they’re pulling them from under people. The divide of rich and poor is planning on growing like that of third world countries.

Market top. alert

Posted by Richard640 @ 9:30 on October 29, 2019  
As I have discussed many times previously, the stock market rise has NOT lifted all boats equallyMore importantly, the surge in confidence is a coincident indicator and more suggestive, historically, of market peaks as opposed to further advances.
As David Rosenberg, the chief economist at Gluskin Sheff previously wrote:
‘For an investment community that typically lives in the moment and extrapolates the most recent experience into the future, it would only fall on deaf ears to suggest that peak confidence like this and peak market pricing tend to coincide with each other.”
However, that confidence may be short-lived as “CEO Confidence” is near historic lows. As we covered in our previous analysis, this divergence should not be dismissed. A quick look at history shows this historical relationship between these two measures of confidence. The divergence is seen every time prior to the onset of a recession.
Notice that CEO confidence leads consumer confidence by a wide margin. This lures bullish investors, and the media, into believing that CEO’s really don’t know what they are doing. Unfortunately, consumer confidence tends to crash as it catches up

Wallbridge earns 20% Ownership of Lonmin Canada Inc Through Operatorship Agreement and Creates Separate Copper-Nickel-PGM Group

Posted by ipso facto @ 9:29 on October 29, 2019  

TORONTO , Oct. 29, 2019 /CNW/ – Wallbridge Mining Company Limited (TSX:WM, FWB: WC7) (“Wallbridge” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that it has signed a definitive letter agreement (the “Agreement”) whereby Lonmin Limited (a wholly owned subsidiary of Sibanye-Stillwater “Lonmin”), has appointed Wallbridge as operator of Lonmin Canada Inc.’s “Loncan”, a wholly owned subsidiary of Lonmin Limited’s “Lonmin” advanced-stage Denison Property. Pursuant to the terms of the Agreement, Wallbridge has received a 20% ownership interest in Loncan and a seat on Loncan’s board of directors. A copy of the Agreement can be found on the Company’s SEDAR profile.


Gold Train

Posted by Maya @ 1:26 on October 29, 2019  


Gold Train thru the Rockies


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