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  • Poppa
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    I dabbled in the markets back in 08 & 09 managed to hit both lows of the housing crash and was back out of it last year when last stock I was holding hit my price point. At the moment I think everything is over priced and we are over due for a major correction.

  • GreenState
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    Tough crowd here! We'll throw one more out there, Abercrombie & Fitch (ANF) got hammered last week after earnings report.
    Bottom fishing starter position @ $39.12 ,closed at $39.25. Rolling the bones....
    (I'm surprised there isn't more (OT) interest here in stock investing)


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  • GreenState
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    I had a Gran Torino when I lived at the beach, 351 cleveland, fun car. All other Fords have been trucks.
    A friend of mine had a Pinto wagon, tanish brown. Fun car and ran great.

  • highdesertscott
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    Oh man the Fiesta...I got one out of high school and converted it to Europe XR2 spec for here in the US, put on dual weber 40's, nice cam, big brakes, etc, etc, ah some great memories.

  • Gingerbeard
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    I'm all about the Fiesta, which they brought back. My first car. Also, the very first thing I ever did to a car was replace the engine of that Fiesta. Cars were easier to work on. Safer from EMP's, what with being analog instead of digital.

  • Bowhunterwoody
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    My 2nd car was a brown pinto wagon. Memories in that car.

  • GreenState
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    Bowhunterwoody you are correct, but Ford owns approximately 105 million shares of RIVN. These shares however appear to be locked up for 180 days though. Ford has a pretty good line up of vehicles (if they can overcome supply chain issues). The new Maverick, electric lightning F150 pick up, the Mach E mustang. They even just floated some "green" bonds The eventual sale of those RIVN shares will do a lot to recapitalize the company since they're planning on spending some $30 B over the next few years.
    Longer term hold for me, but fun to watch. (I'm rooting for them to bring back the Pinto! )
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  • Bowhunterwoody
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    Thought I just read that Rivian tanked for not working with Ford on an ev

  • GreenState
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    Anyone into stocks? Another Ford chart
    We could be witnessing a grand old US company reinventing itself for the next generation of transportation Note Ford also owns 12% of Rivian if anyone's been following that ipo.
    Resized the chart box size smaller to add a bit of "noise" to the chart.That print of 20.50 broke through a triple top.
    Come on baby, daddy needs to buy christmas presents...........(lol!)
    Full disclosure, I'm averaged in @ 15.20/sh

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  • GreenState
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    "If there is one thing the world should take away from the Glasgow COP26 summit, it’s that the most dangerous greenhouse-gas emissions come from the front ends of politicians, not the back ends of cows." WSJ

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    Had a moment the other day...



    My friend has a new service dog that is trained, and they know the dog knows commands, but do not know all the commands the dog responds to. So I saw this on his handle, this is a huge great dane who can help people walk, and I thought maybe the dog is trained in a language other than english. Then I realized the SERVICE & DOG were missing letters on the harness. Do'ht.

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  • DeadlyFruit
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    Belly button… it is sort of logical because that is how we all stayed alive for 9 months through stuff coming in through your umbilical in that location. With that said, if the umbilical itself is gone it seems like it would still be a transdermal thing with cannabinoids trying to get in through skin, which is designed to keep things out, but who knows!?

    This topic of conversation reminds me of the movie trainspotting… you know the part I’m talking about but I’m not going to describe it 🙂

  • Ckbrew
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    I have not heard that one. I am skeptical, but do not have any real information to form an opinion. I'm sure someone somewhere has tried it.

  • Puglover1
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    Ckbrew are you familiar with people putting concentrates in their belly buttons? I heard it absorbs well and works but I haven't tried it.

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