This morning I have had to cram in, also, the stuff for February 29, 30, and 31. Way too much to read, so pick just ONE of the topics.
But don’t miss the last one, about your house.
APC closed Friday at $77.73, up a further 10% or so […]
GOOD FOR OFFICE MAX
Cal Kimberly: ‘I recently received the ‘POSTCARD’ saying I didn’t send in the correct things (and I had called them before sending and followed their instructions). I took the postcard back to Office Max where I purchased and the manager quickly gave me the rebate from their cash register. I […]
Since last week’s update, CSPLF has jumped from $5.12 to $7.10 and CMM has jumped from $16.34 to $18.70. CSPLF seem to be drilling for something. CMM seems to be entertaining offers to sell itself. I’ve been in both for a long time; but I’m not rushing to get out of either, even […]
Chris Williams: ‘The T shape is the correct one for the straps of bullet proof vests. Vests cover both front and back but there is a buckle arrangement in one style at that position. Security arrangements for the prez are never released so it can’t be admitted to. But if you’d like […]
My thanks to the estimable Alan Light for bringing both of these to our attention:
HOW POPULAR ARE YOU, FERN?
You will have so much fun with this. Type a name in at the top (sorry, Thor). But also, just move your mouse around the screen.
JUST $199 AFTER MAIL-IN REBATE
But first . . .
Tom MacFarland: ‘KF has done better than you noted in your recent scorecard recap, since they also paid a dividend of $0.65 per share in late December.’ [So we’re up nearly 24%, not 20%.]
Scott Mandel: ‘Re the President’s odd ‘I’m not finished’ outburst – maybe this has […]
But very briefly, first . . .
Good for President Bush. He apparently opened the door yesterday to extending the wage base on which Social Security tax is levied beyond the current $90,000. This one modest change would go a very long way to solving the Social Security ‘crisis’ all by itself.
Check out picasa.com – a free download from Google (thanks, John Seiffer) that ‘helps you instantly find, edit and share all the pictures on your PC.’ All part of Google’s mission ‘to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful.’
Michael Fang: ‘Reading all the […]
GOOGLE MAPS – AGAIN
Here’s the corrected link to the Google Maps tour. Sorry!
Was it really just dreadful tailoring? My own guess is that the true explanation is the most obvious one – he was wearing a transmitter. Read this and see what you think. In small part:
Think you can’t get there from here? Google now has ‘dynamic, interactive maps.’ Take a look. You can hardly expect Google to someday rule the world without first being able to map it.
Dave Hoopaugh: ‘Sorry, but I do NOT think the fascism video is over the […]
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