make a google search of Neal Boortz for his Fair Tax book.
I got a copy and it rocks.
Hi I-Dare! Gotcha covered here!...))/e
is that 53.93 in profit total, or 53.93 in profit per share? either way it's darn good.
Does this look like losing ... ??? >> http://www.investorshub.com/boards/board.asp?board_id=4445
Making or losing? that's the question.
Trading my azz off .... Busy day ... !
That's nice, I tried Latin, but trying to learn it on your own is difficult at best. I got about 1/8 of the way through the book. I wanted to learn it so it would be easier for me to learn Spanish, just too much work, and too little time to do it in.
Yes, I did. I studied Latin for 5 years in the '70's.
Did you also know that it comes from the Latin word meaning more or less: To slowly evaporate. You're no genius, anyone doing a little research(like my self, the first thing I did when I heard the name of the band, was to look it up) can find info like that. Some of you are taking this a little to seriously, you need to calm down.
Then have fun, the board info is more or less a joke.
Dude, If I really gave a crap, I might try to change it, and my spell check works just as good as yours, I spelled it that way on purpose, using somewhat of an accent, second, what the h@ll does it matter? Have you ever seen a cowboy movie where the main actor asks for a "sasparilly", He's more or less asking for a root beer. I'm sure you're a great guy, but if you want to pick a fight, GO ELSE WERE.
Your second biggest mistake is misspelling sarsaparilla when it really counted. In addition, root beer and sarsaparilla are by no means interchangeable. Sarsaparilla is just one of root-beer's many ingredients.
"Root beer is a fermented beverage made from a combination of vanilla, cherry tree bark, licorice root, sarsaparilla root, sassafras root bark, nutmeg, anise, and molasses among other ingredients. Other ingredients may include allspice, birch bark, coriander, juniper, ginger, wintergreen, hops, burdock root, dandelion root, spikenard, pipsissewa, guaiacum, spicewood, yellow dock, honey, clover, cinnamon, prickly ash bark, yucca, quillaja, and dog grass."
Go to the back of the class.
re: 1. They don't know how to pronounce "Evanescence" off hand
In case you weren't aware, the word evanescence existed long before your band from Arkansas adopted it.
evanescence: the event of fading and gradually vanishing from sight; "the evanescence of the morning mist"
I am 36 almost 37 and like those bandssss
Okay, today I made the biggest rookie mistake of my short career, I bought IHDR at 0.4 at the bid, this is one of those chart only plays, that you gota watch the next morning, however, after buying, I realised, I'm not going to be haer tomarrow! I gotta go to MEPS, for my physical! This puts quite a bind in my plans because MEPS will take two days, and that two days during which I won't even see a computer, little lone one that they will allow me to use! So now I've got this high risk stock that I can't watch. I think I'll either set it to sell at a level just above what it's at now, or I'll just risk it! Dunno.
Hello, Ya'll can call me Josh, and I'll be you're Moderator today, if you wish to post please introduce your self, However, please don't give away any personal info such as, your real name, address, or anything you wouldn't want in the hands of a stranger, I'll start, as I said you can call me Josh, I'm an 18 year old, newbie trader(3 months), and at this time I'm trying to get into the Navy SEALs, I'm a guy who likes to run, shoot, just whatever, I like Evanescence, Creed, and other like bands, and I just enjoy talking to people. So here we go.