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- Fred Stiening said This fits into the “tree falls in a forest” thing. Fox News Radio did well with the top of hour news after Cumulus pulled the plug on its involvement with ABC news, but the talk programs...
- TheJerseyDevil said AllAccess.com reports changes at Fox News Talk. John Gibson departs the network as of July 4 and Todd Starnes replaces him from noon to 3 Eastern. Tom Shillue replaces the “retiring” Tom S...
- TheChairman said Personally, I don’t consider rinsing out bottles, cans, etc to be OCD… it simply makes good sense, unless you want to attract unwelcome guests. The wife and I both rinse off before throw...
- Fred Stiening said North Carolina is less aggressive than Connecticut where I used to live, possibly because we still have land for landfills instead of shipping our waste to Michigan by train. There is no bottle depo...
- briand75 said You folks may have single stream recycling there in Charlotte. We have it in Ohio. If you think about the sorting capability of the various machines, you realize it isn’t near 100 percent that i...
- briand75 said Amazing – the ultimate scam artists – probably in the universe – are humans. Devious and often malicious, it amazes me how far folks will go to harm people or, in this case, make com...
- Fred Stiening said One observation was the IT shrugging his shoulders when she asked him why Kushner was running Windows on a Mac – I interpreted more as the IT guy not wanting to wasting his time to explain it to...
- briand75 said The WaPo thing is a hit piece. I always wonder what the point is? The Alinsky approach of destroying your enemy’s credibility is all I can come up with. What kind of stupid planet do I live on t...
- briand75 said I ran analytics on Cumulus and the result was a sea of red indicating that the longevity of Cumulus is very much in question.
- Fred Stiening said Mosul: we had to destroy it to save it https://www.voanews.com/a/dispatch-from-disaster-zone-in-mosul/3896952.html
- briand75 said Makes sense – especially the Medicaid part. I missed the heavy drinker part of the story, but that makes sense.
- Fred Stiening said According to the story, the implication was his health was already compromised due to liver damage from drinking 6 12 oz beers a day. I have the sense Medicaid probably picked up the tab for the 18 d...
- Fred Stiening said The CMLS situation made it into the lay press in New York http://nypost.com/2017/06/11/cumulus-media-is-on-the-brink-of-a-total-collapse/
- briand75 said Okay – so thoughts on 5 days? My wife had a large tattoo on her back and I do remember treating it with clean dressings and antibiotic cream for a week which is 7 days. So 5 days doesn’t s...
- briand75 said I recall a McD visit where the manager was having a melt down and was berating the employees all the while throwing every order they prepared into the trash while screaming at the top of her lungs. Th...
- briand75 said We have one near my home at a highway intersection – disguised as a very tall flagpole.
- briand75 said Interesting as I didn’t actually look at the stock price. You are correct as there are some strict rules on share price and capitalization. Maybe that extra “hang time” is simply vap
- Parrott said Hi Countess: The spy museum is on my list to do. I didn’t get to visit any nice museums, on this trip, as it was strictly business. Eh, its a job I guess. Pays the bills. I did get to walk...
- Fred Stiening said Original orientation
- Fred Stiening said I have a memory of a UHF adapter you needed for VHF-only TVs. In Pittsburgh, Channel 13 (WQED) had started up a second station on Channel 16 that had somewhat erratic prgramming that was fed to schoo...
- countess robini said Dear parrott: yay for you trying uber! i did uber for the first time when i was in charlotte in march, which is when we got married. (and yes, i still love my color-of-the-aegean-sea engagement ring.)...
- countess robini said he was an extraordinary man. and remember, dear husband, that the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.
- countess robini said yes! 1970s technology to the rescue. only problem is that, in addition to turning the lamp on and off when we clap, it does the same thing when fred puts his keys down on the night stand next to the...
- Fred Stiening said Lily of the valley
- Fred Stiening said The issue of images not showing up might be fixed
- Parrott said They have one of those near the interchange of route 3 and I-95 in Fredricksburg, VA. They are significantly taller than the surrounding trees. parrott
- Fred Stiening said On closer inspection, the pictures were taken on 5/28/17 arond 3 PM. The two retangular containers have a “use by” date of 5/25/17 and 5/27/17. Both containers have some brown fluid arou...
- Fred Stiening said CMLS faces NASDAQ delisting both because of the sub $1.00 stock price and minimum capital requirements
- briand75 said The things they don’t teach you as an undergraduate student. Board maneuvering and shenanigans to avoid large investors from taking over your board and company. I think with $14 million market...
- TheChairman said A Pennystock for their thoughts.
- Parrott said Parrott continues his business trip to Mordor. Today Parrott rode in a Uber for the very first time to Crystal City. Parrott says: “It was ‘an experiance’ he won’t soon forget...
- Fred Stiening said Victory in Mosul is right around the corner https://www.voanews.com/a/mosul-fight-down-three-neighborhoods/3884857.html
- Fred Stiening said Megyn Kelly stumbles with her Putin interview http://www.newsday.com/entertainment/tv/megyn-kelly-off-to-rough-start-with-nbc-show-s-premiere-1.13708177
- Fred Stiening said June 2nd would have been my father’s 112th birthday
- Fred Stiening said Oops, I tripped
- Fred Stiening said The castle now has a clapper
- briand75 said http://www.stumbleupon.com
- TheChairman said I found a reference to the original tweet, apparently the reporter is also a failure at arithmetic. It was the 101st Indy. i.e. The first race was held long before WW2… and Memorial Day dates f...
- Fred Stiening said It’s Bilderberg season http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4561054/Secretive-global-group-gathers-US-mull-Trump-era.html
- Fred Stiening said It was a former ESPNer working in Denver http://www.philly.com/philly/blogs/pattisonave/ESPN-edits-Tiger-Woods-mugshot-reporter-fired-for-racist-Indy-500-tweet.html
- TheChairman said Wow, I hope he got fired… many spectators were pulling for Sato (including myself). In 2012 he lost during the final lap due to a crash. I think the first 5 finishers this year were foreign dr...
- Fred Stiening said Did I read some ESPN guy got in trouble for being disappointed that the quintessential American race was won by a Japanese driver?
- TheJerseyDevil said Hi Parrott, I haven’t seen anything more on WMAL’s morning show but I’m still catching up on my regular reading because of the holiday weekend and the rare occurrence of a couple of
- Fred Stiening said Slightly related – you may remember the WMAL sold the land under the transmitter and will be diplexed on a different AM tower. Now that tower is changing hands. http://www.allaccess.com/net-news/ar...
- Fred Stiening said Covfefe. Word up.
- Parrott said Hey Jersey Devil: Have you seen anything else about WMAL & the new guy with Mary , so far this week ? Its that guy ‘Kevin’ again. He showed up since they got rid of Larry. I gues...
- TheChairman said 2017 Indianapolis 500 was far more entertaining and exciting… especially if you watched via foreign TV coverage (e.g. Spanish). Even though I couldn’t understand their words, they exude m...
- Fred Stiening said Countess and I discussed this – how NASCAR has become as fake as pro wrestling. The unexpected outcome on Sunday was because the computers calclating each car’s remaining fuel overlooke...
- Fred Stiening said No and no. As much the Countess loves the newspaper business, even she cannot stomach the Charlotte Observer. Despite her concerns, I kind of enjoy her second hand cigarette smoke. It helps me r...
- briand75 said Agree that there is room for knowledge. I believe if Trump gets the word correctly, he will take the appropriate steps. Trump may be many things, shy isn’t one of them.
Category Archives: Collapse of the EU
After World War two ended, couples (including my parents) were deferring thoughts of family stuff, and the pent up demand broke loose with a boom felt around the world. I have the sense that the 44th president, whose name I … Continue reading
Deutsche Bank owes $14 billion to the United States for its role in 2008 mortgage fraud crisis. The bank says it was thinking $3-4 billion and it won’t pay. The reality is it can’t pay even if it wanted to. … Continue reading
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David Cameron said originally that he would linger on as Prime Minister, but not take any action to actually Brexit and leave it to the next Prime Minister. Forces in Europe were very loud that this was unacceptable. They can … Continue reading
A guest in John Batchelor was a classic case of “projection”, where you inject your own opinions onto other people, believing they share your motivations. The guest said multiple times that the motivation of the people who voted for Brexit … Continue reading
My hypothetical question turns out not so hypothetical. England and Wales voted to leave the EU, Scotland and Northern Ireland want to stay. It’s pretty logical that proximity to the channel tunnel might be a factor. I wrote back on … Continue reading
As the details emerge, the first reports start getting corrected. The BBC seems to be reporting details omitted by other version. The event at a cinema started when a woman called police that there was a man wearing a mask … Continue reading
If the Thursday vote results in a majority voting for Britain to leave the EU, it will have as much effect as electing Republicans to repeal Obamacare. The vote has no legal effect. It is only an advisory vote. The … Continue reading
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While we were busy trying to find out if Omar Mateen is gay, the Bilderberg group was meeting in Germany to discuss the state of the world, including that pesky Donald Trump guy. https://www.rt.com/usa/346407-clinton-insiders-bilderberg-2016/ Alex Jones is clearly one of … Continue reading