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3.05.2009

I've Got A Bad Feeling About This

It may bounce back, but CitiGroup just fell below a dollar a share.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

I wish my bank would go under and they'd loose all my account info so then I wouldn't have to pay my mortgage off.

That would stimulate me to buy other stuff or somethin.

Anonymous said...

A hard rain is falling. The FDIC is in deep poop. I think it is about time to convert assets to diamonds like my ancestors did when they left Spain in 1492. Maybe time to migrate again.

Just in case I am wrong and we recover or oil goes to $100 per barrel (gasoline back to $4) when some Muslim blows a storage facility, I would take my loss in Citibank and put it in USO as a hedge.

I did not vote for that man with so much experience. Experience as a community organizer, that is. This retired real estate professional did not support the Community Reinvestment Act. Nor did I agree with Barney Frank when he said to leave Fannie Mae alone. We were sitting in John’s CafĂ© on Greenville Ave. and discussing this crash back in Carter's presidency. You just do not loan money to people who won’t or can’t pay it back. That is the bottom line. We have to go back to the lending practices prior to Carter.

I think that the final blow was the failure to drill in America and be less dependent on the Arabs. $4.00 per gallon fuel drove the price of all consumer goods and food up so that EVERY PERSON in America suffered what was equivalent to a pay cut. I use 1,000 gallons of diesel per year. So I had at least $2,000 less money to spend than I had prior to the run up in oil prices. It was more than that because everything I bought was more expensive. If my budget was close and my house was not paid for, I would have faced foreclosure on my home.

Anonymous said...

I keep all my money in The Commerce Bank of Beverly Hills.


Double Fake Milburn Drysdale

Anonymous said...

Cool, now I can buy their stock at the Dollar Store and cut out the middle man.

Anonymous said...

11:21, You my friend win best post of the day.

Anonymous said...

I'm in the process of setting up a commune here in Gawd's Country. No Wiseguys will be allowed to enter though. We are amassing great quantities of ammo and chickens as I speak.

Anonymous said...

3:20, Thank God that Janet "shakes uncontrollably" Reno is no longer attorney general or the ATF would come to visit.

Anonymous said...

You know, that made me stop and pause, 3:35PM.......if I remember correctly, the "Temple for the Age of Enlightenment" on Valentine's Bluff burned back when she was in charge of things. Before or after Waco, I can't recall.

Not to worry though, we're nice people, just geriatric agnostics and atheists for the most part, so don't expect any wacko religious stuff from us.

Just kidding - stay the heck away from my place if you are in to ner' do-welling.

If you want to come pull weeds in the garden, we'll give you some vegetables, or if you want to come help us work cows, we'll give you some meat, etc. and so forth.

Anonymous said...

3:55, That all sounds good but you should not have the let the cat out of the bag when you said that you were stocking up on ammo. Remember the infamous picture of the customs officer in swat gear holding the rifle to little Elian's head? You're fixing to be famous.

Anonymous said...

2:46 yours was not the best post of the day, suckup to what you want to hear.

Anonymous said...

5:48, You're right. 11:21 had the best post of the day. Try to keep up.

Anonymous said...

so i traded all my gold for chickens, now i own thousands of these f'n chickens and no one will trade chickens for any of my bills or living expenses..wtf can i do..?

Anonymous said...

Looks like all you can do is Choke your Chicken.

Colonel Sanders