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December 13 2008 10:42 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
the best thing about this thread is the epic levels of denial it displays.
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December 24 2008 11:27 AM   QuickQuote Quote  
wait until the retail numbers for this weekend come in.
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December 25 2008 4:11 AM   QuickQuote Quote  
lol
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December 25 2008 4:05 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Originally posted by: existential antelope

Originally posted by:Nigg0r Bone

Survivor turned on survivor, a desperate struggle for food and water in the blackened ruins. Life became a battle of moments, lived day to day, a stolen can of food here, a knife fight there. You discovered something within yourself, a hidden reserve of willpower that refused to let you sit down in the desert and die.

As you wandered, small towns began to struggle upright out of the ashes of the old world. Some, blessed by a convergence of population and resources, grew larger, developing self-sustaining economies, even corporations and technologies. Gleaming steel in the great quiet dark of the desert, they offer a moment of respite from your wanderings. But everywhere the desert remains, a sea of sand and bones. It is hungry, and it is patient.

The survivor in you knows it is only a matter of time before you must face it again.

HellMOO is a post-apocalyptic hellscape role-playing game. Imagine a city filled with people who have nothing to lose, most of whom would murder you given the chance. Now imagine that they're starving, irradiated, and angry. Add to that hideous, unthinkable abominations that are the product of irresponsible genetics research and generations of radiation poisoning and pollution. Now imagine that multinational corporations are the only organizations cutthroat enough to have come out of the collapse of civilization with any real collective power, and that there are now no restrictions on them using that power however they like.

There are so many ways to die here, and thanks to the corporations' technology, you can keep coming back and experience each and every one of them. Not even suicide can get you out of hell.



the reverend nigg0r bone has spoken

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January 14 2009 5:13 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Originally posted by:G uNiT UgLy

wait until the retail numbers for this weekend come in.



like i said:




Stocks tumble on disappointing retail sales
By SARA LEPRO and TIM PARADIS - 45 minutes ago

NEW YORK (AP) - Volatility is clearly reasserting itself in the stock market. A darkening outlook for companies from banks to retailers to energy producers pummeled Wall Street Wednesday, sending the Dow Jones industrials down nearly 250 points, or 2.94 percent, and giving the other major indexes a loss of 3 percent.

The plunge leaves the Dow and the broader Standard & Poor's 500 index down more than 9 percent in six sessions. The S&P 500, the gauge tracked by professional investors, has now given up half its gains since it closed at an 11-year low on Nov. 20.

One of the catalysts behind the market's latest bout of turbulence Wednesday was the Commerce Department's December retail sales report. Wall Street knew retailers' cash registers weren't as busy this holiday season but the report was much worse than anticipated. The department said retail sales dropped 2.7 percent last month, more than double the 1.2 percent decline analysts forecast.
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January 15 2009 2:39 AM   QuickQuote Quote  
Wow what a mind blowing prediction. You totally know what you're talking about.

lol
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January 15 2009 5:37 AM   QuickQuote Quote  
Originally posted by:chris spiro

Wow what a mind blowing prediction. You totally know what you're talking about.

lol


wow what a predictably shit post from a monumentally shit poster. you totally know how to use words to say absolutely nothing.

but seriously, haven't you made enough of an asshole of yourself in this thread already? or are you just going for the grand prize in douchebaggery?
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January 15 2009 11:49 AM   QuickQuote Quote  
Honestly, someone should probably give you an award for accurately predicting that retail sales would be down during a recession. Seriously. Mind fucking blowing. Should we also expect to see a drop in GDB growth, real personal income, employment and industrial production?

Please keep me updated.

Also, what's your take on all these goings on in the business world today? What does it all mean?!
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January 15 2009 4:29 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Originally posted by:chris spiro

Honestly, someone should probably give you an award for accurately predicting that retail sales would be down during a recession. Seriously. Mind fucking blowing. Should we also expect to see a drop in GDB growth, real personal income, employment and industrial production?

Please keep me updated.

Also, what's your take on all these goings on in the business world today? What does it all mean?!


shit post, shit poster.
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January 15 2009 8:56 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Alright sounds good.
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January 26 2009 5:54 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Originally posted by:G uNiT UgLy

Originally posted by:BillyLostin

Originally posted by: Consider Me Dead

down 200 for the day. probably a good time to sell before it's fully 'corrected' itself, which a buddy of mine said will be around the 11,000 mark.



11,000? Are you serious? Don't listen to your buddy. Most analysts say this is a correciton, which means maybe a thousand points followed by a bull market. Even a bear market would have to be pretty fierce to drop to 11,000 from 14,000.

And if you're investing, rather than trading, you should start buying as it drops. Open up a position now, and if it keeps dropping keep buying.


lol. this never gets old.

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March 2 2009 3:15 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
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March 2 2009 3:44 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Originally posted by:JOHN WILKES TOOTH

Originally posted by: existential antelope

Originally posted by:Nigg0r Bone

Survivor turned on survivor, a desperate struggle for food and water in the blackened ruins. Life became a battle of moments, lived day to day, a stolen can of food here, a knife fight there. You discovered something within yourself, a hidden reserve of willpower that refused to let you sit down in the desert and die.

As you wandered, small towns began to struggle upright out of the ashes of the old world. Some, blessed by a convergence of population and resources, grew larger, developing self-sustaining economies, even corporations and technologies. Gleaming steel in the great quiet dark of the desert, they offer a moment of respite from your wanderings. But everywhere the desert remains, a sea of sand and bones. It is hungry, and it is patient.

The survivor in you knows it is only a matter of time before you must face it again.

HellMOO is a post-apocalyptic hellscape role-playing game. Imagine a city filled with people who have nothing to lose, most of whom would murder you given the chance. Now imagine that they're starving, irradiated, and angry. Add to that hideous, unthinkable abominations that are the product of irresponsible genetics research and generations of radiation poisoning and pollution. Now imagine that multinational corporations are the only organizations cutthroat enough to have come out of the collapse of civilization with any real collective power, and that there are now no restrictions on them using that power however they like.

There are so many ways to die here, and thanks to the corporations' technology, you can keep coming back and experience each and every one of them. Not even suicide can get you out of hell.



the reverend nigg0r bone has spoken


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March 2 2009 5:55 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Originally posted by:chris spiro

Alright well if Warren Buffet can't convince you that you're just flat out wrong here, I sincerely doubt that I'll be able to.
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Buffett Says Economy 'In Shambles'

March 2 2009 (Bloomberg) -- Billionaire Warren Buffett said the economy is "in shambles" and perhaps the worst "freefall" he ever saw in the financial system.

Buffett, an informal adviser to President Barack Obama, said the consequences of the U.S. housing bubble are now "reverberating through every corner of our economy." Gross domestic product shrank at a 6.2 percent annual pace from October through December, the most since 1982, the Commerce Department said last week.

Late last year, "the credit crisis, coupled with tumbling home and stock prices, had produced a paralyzing fear that engulfed the country," said Buffett, 78. "Fear led to business contraction, and that in turn led to even greater fear."

Berkshire's fourth-quarter net income fell 96 percent to $117 million, the firm said Feb. 28. Book value per share, a measure of assets minus liabilities, slipped 9.6 percent for all of 2008, the worst performance under Buffett's watch, on the declining value of derivatives and the stock portfolio.

'Major Mistake'

Buffett said he made a "major mistake" in buying shares of oil producer ConocoPhillips when oil and gas prices were near their peak last year. Berkshire paid $7.01 billion for its remaining stake, which was valued at $4.4 billion as of Dec. 31.

Among his other errors for the year, Buffett listed the purchase of shares in two Irish banks that he didn't name for $244 million. Berkshire wrote down the stake by 89 percent.




lol
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