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SecretMillionaire   Tuesday, 12/11/18 08:09:40 AM
Re: Craig305 post# 8301
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Wow. I think your question just answered my question. 99 Fountain is also the residence of Vistanova, headed up by none other than Mr. Edwards. That must be where the paths crossed. Thank you. I do respect Mr. Edwards. He makes lots of money, and I love money. He seems extremely knowledgeable of the law and is very competent at taking companies public. Extremely competent, and he does get some interesting businesses up and running. He doesn't necessarily make longs lot sof money, but he has made many traders lots of money from my vantage point. And he hasn't stuck around long enough to keep that good momentum going as I see it. He then seems to leave them to fly on their own with no instruction, which is a nice thing to do.

Reminds me of the Wright brothers. A lot of crash landings, but one of these birds could fly one day. And perhaps some did. I don't know. I just want him to make us money. Some birds had a rough life, and they definitely know how to fly whereas gravity has a grip on most of us. It's a nice skill set. I wish I could fly like that. Some evolve into hawks, others get shot by bb guns. I hope these are hawks in the making. We shall see.

Unlike Trump, I don't want to stiff construction workers that built my empires, just because I can. You have to have morality. And I know too many former Tea Party enthusiasts that need a good swift kick in the mouth and a civics lesson in what free markets are about. Truth is repulsive to idealogues, and that's what we need. A bunch of know it all's and holier than thous, saying things like, "I'll never vote for anyone that's not pro life." Well, there you have it. That's exactly the kind of voter I need watching my back. And I don't invest in anyone that doesn't wear a suit! Right back at them. That's why we have such a fine, upstanding President. It's all about the screening and the "lesser of evils."

In the meantime, can you look at this for me, Craig? This has us stumped at EVCC. None of us can get past this one fact. It's a common name and an address. Yet, the name is common, and the address is quirky. It takes me to China. The street exists, and it's short. But the zip code is a few blocks over. And there is 3 digit address on this street. There are no dang 3 digits on that street anywhere. We are stumped. This is not yielding any fruit:


And let me remind you, I do have respect for Lucky Luciano. The man behind the consolidation of the mob, including Chicago. Those dirty rats. LOL But it's Meyer Lansky's brain that has my utmost respect. The brains behind it all. And his word was gold. I would take Meyer Lansky's word over a lawyer's word any day. And that's what he was known for. An honest game. Honor. Never a cheat. Legit casinos. Odds stacked against you, but never played with loaded dice. Unlike many a hypocrite I know.

And let me remind everyone, Luciano's rise was the result of Prohibition. We are in Prohibition II. He was absolutely morally correct in the rum running part of the business. Had sex and alcohol been legal, customers would have been more satisfied, and investors well being better off. Luciano's court ordered psychological profile appears below. Which is eerily too similar to our President Trump's profile as ordered by me, not yet corroborated by a professional:

"He possesses average intelligence, but is a shallow and parasitic individual who is considerably wrapped up in his own feelings. His ideals of life resolved themselves into money to spend, beautiful women to enjoy, silk underclothes, and places to go in style. His social outlook is essentially childish, in that it is dominated by recklessness and a craving for action. His only asset as a leader consists of his apparent calmness in times of stress. This characteristic, which appears to be based on his feeling that he could escape involvement, has passed for reserve and strength … He manifests a peasant-like faith in chance, and has developed an attitude of nonchalance. His behavior patterns are essentially instinctive and primitive, his manner easy, copious, and ingratiating"

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