THIS DYSLEXIC MAN WALKS INTO A BRA . . .
Ba-DUM-bum. (Thanks, Alan.)
WHEELTUG SIGNS FIRST AIRBUS CUSTOMER
Not that I’ve ever heard of Israir myself, but here’s the release. In a frenzy of trading on yesterday morning’s news, parent Borealis remained unchanged all day on zero volume. The excitement just builds and builds.
(Well, mine, anyway. Full disclosure for anyone new to this site: I own a ridiculous number of Borealis shares, a speculation so rank it could well be the camembert of the Pink Sheets. Then again, Borealis has outpaced General Motors, Citibank, Lehman Brothers and Enron since first appearing in this space. I live for the day that my oh-so-smart friend “J” – I’ll just call him “J” but he assuredly knows who he is and has been mocking me from the get-go – finds himself on a 737 or A300 that is backing out from the gate under its own power via the tiny motor in its wheel.)
If you’re looking for a boost, what a great story this is – “60 Minutes” on Chrysler. (Seriously? You don’t watch “60 Minutes” every Sunday? What’s wrong with you?*) I so wish I had reason to own a car so I could run out and buy a Dodge Dart.
*And have you not begun recording “UP w/ Chris Hayes” on MSNBC Saturday and Sunday mornings from 8am to 10am? Highly substantive and informative every time.
THE NEW LOOK
Bob Fyfe: “Your new website format looks great. Please change it back. Immediately. I now know how Sheldon Cooper feels when confronted with change. Well, at least we can look at the archives in the old format — No wait! As if by magic, they’re also changed over.”
>> Funny: I have had largely the same reaction. Like losing an old friend. But look! I can insert pictures!
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Beware of little expenses. A small leak will sink a great ship.~Ben Franklin
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