10 Reasons It's A Terrible Time To Buy An Expensive House


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How about a Clinton Warren ticket
By tovarichpeter in Misc in South San Francisco CA 94080   36 comments, latest 4 seconds ago:
bob2356 says SBH you are giving far more credit than is due to CIC.

Stunning Siphonophore
By Dan8267 in SciTech in Boca Raton FL 33433   13 comments, latest 6 minutes ago:
bob2356 says Strategist says He leans conservative, and I am 70% liberal. And you claim to be independent too. I disagree with Call Crazy on most things, but we don't resort to personal attacks. CIC...

Awesome AP Reporter Matt Lee : Some hits
By thunderlips11 in Misc   1 comment, latest 44 minutes ago:
justme says Matt Lee is the man, "Nato is a defensive alliance and remains a defensive alliance" my ass (first video). Never forget, "We are the good guys".

We can survive without Russian gas now, says Lithuania's president
By zzyzzx in Politics in Baltimore MD 21230   10 comments, latest 1 hour ago:
justme says thunderlips11 says LNG is more expensive than piped gas. Just wanted to elaborate a little bit of why this is the case for those who might not know (myself included). LNG requires multiple...

Middle Class Wealth Gone!
By Vicente in Economics in Davis CA 95616   89 comments, latest 1 hour ago:
iwog says marcus says You are allowed to have a totally convoluted frame of reference on this. But that doesn't mean that anyone (besides tatapu) is going to buy it. I have absolutely no clue...

Wells Fargo's grim retirement planning reality: some want to 'die early'
By BayAreaObserver in Economics   9 comments, latest 3 hours ago:
jazz music says Can early death assistance be securitized, preferably by a privatized financial services corporation funded through taxes with the actual services being carried out by interns? Other interns could be used to sign...

Apple Pay is double charging some customers
By Call it Crazy in Misc   28 comments, latest 4 hours ago:
Heraclitusstudent says http://www.cnbc.com/id/1021112 Apple told CNBC that it was aware of "a Bank of America issue impacting a very small number of Apple Pay users." Bahh

It Will Take 398,879,561 Years To Pay Off The US Government's Debt
By mell in Politics in San Francisco CA 94116   2 comments, latest 4 hours ago:
Heraclitusstudent says mell says The current debt level of over $17.9 trillion would thus take more than 398 million years of working at the average wage to pay off. This is a good to hide...

PPIC survey: Brown reelection virtually certain
By tvgnus in Politics   1 comment, latest 4 hours ago:
Blurtman says Neel Kashkari, Jumping Jeezus, is that hemmorhoid active in politics? He still has Hank Paulson's spunk drizzle on his chin.

The "Canadian way" of responding to terrorists
By tovarichpeter in Misc in South San Francisco CA 94080   8 comments, latest 5 hours ago:
thunderlips11 says The only way he would have been more awesome is if he smacked the fundie convert over the head with that thing. Coolest moment in North American politics since President Jackson caned his...

PPIC survey: Big money swaying voters on some state propositions
By tvgnus in Politics   posted 5 hours ago:
http://www.centralvalleybusine Anti-Prop 45 campaign is buying a slim lead •  California likely voters are signaling an enthusiasm gap that cuts across party lines The forces lined up against Proposition 45, a proposal that would give...

Out of control hyacinth turning California Delta into a weed patch
By tvgnus in environment   posted 5 hours ago:
http://www.centralvalleybusine The photos that are on the right side of the screen as you read this show a bit of the problem: Water hyacinth plants are growing out of control. The problem is throughout the...

Mark Cuban to GOP: Forget the social issues
By Call it Crazy in Politics   18 comments, latest 5 hours ago:
FortWayne says Portal says The Social issues are exactly how the rich control this country. If one party doesn't do it, the other party quickly fills the void on social issues. It's just how that...

PPIC survey: Most favor water bond
By tvgnus in environment   posted 5 hours ago:
http://www.centralvalleybusine Rainy day fund gains ground •  The state propositions may end up driving voters to the polls who would otherwise sit out this midterm election Proposition 1 the $7.5 billion water bond continues to...

QE 101 tatupu: How Quantitative Easing Contributed to the Nations Inequality
By gsr in Economics in Issaquah WA 98075   6 comments, latest 5 hours ago:
The Professor says Call it Crazy says tatupu What is a "tatupu"?

California real estate market stuck in low gear
By Call it Crazy in RealEstate   17 comments, latest 6 hours ago:
Ceffer says APOCALYPSEFUCKisShostikovitch says But what ASSHOLE! would want to live in California? Those who enjoy the proximity of enormous, congested masses of OTHER ASSHOLES!

Where Do You Peasants Bank? Credit Unions? Hahaha
By Robber Baron Elite Scum in Economics in Roslyn NY 11576   66 comments, latest 6 hours ago:
Dan8267 says Robber Baron Elite Scum says Where Do You Peasants Bank? There is only one place a civilized person places his money, inside the vaginas of supermodels. If a place isn't good enough for...

How The Federal Reserve Is Purposely Attacking Savers
By mell in Politics in San Francisco CA 94116   9 comments, latest 6 hours ago:
CaptainShuddup says See now this a tangible fight one can sink his tooth into. What ever 1% exists is only a symptom of a broken system. Fix that and the 1% disappears.

3% down mortgages now available again
By tovarichpeter in RealEstate in South San Francisco CA 94080   9 comments, latest 7 hours ago:
Call it Crazy says Strategist says Call it Crazy says Analyzer says Why not 0% down to really get the market jump started? Better to go all in. Plus, add a $10K buyer's tax credit...

The states that lock up more people than Russia or China
By tovarichpeter in Misc in South San Francisco CA 94080   posted 7 hours ago:

The housing market depends entirely on interest-rate stimulus - OC Housing News

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