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- On Wed, 28 Sep 2011, 8:42am PDT
OMG! Shrek is dead!,
Just an ignorant ass hole spouting nonsense
Your account is now disabled.
I'm quite certain that is taken out of context, I didn't directly call anyone an ignorant Ahole.
Wasn't there an "other wise, you're" in front of that, and I wasn't addressing anyone in particular, other than closing what ever I was saying?
- On Wed, 28 Sep 2011, 7:39am PDT
Now that it's passed Who likes what's in it?,
And we all know that privatization fixes everything.
Every thing that has been "Privatized" had yielded Ironic results.
But that's not the Irony. The Irony is, nobody is calling for to put things back into the Government control with at least some assembly of oversight. And costs "TRILLIONS" cheaper.
It wouldn't even take a huge burdensome compliance support staff.
All we need is an, Attorney Generals that just sits in his office itching to prosecute people guilty of defrauding the Federal Government.
That can be over heard secretly saying "Please just one red damn cent, I beg you just one freaking penny! I wanna Barb B Que some one's Ass today!" out loud.
And he should have a Hang em high judge for a brother.
- On Wed, 28 Sep 2011, 7:07am PDT
Why is DC so expensive?,
Why? Because Jumbo loans helped keep prices high.
But not after October 1
Market Current limit Limit After October 1 Reduction in Limit
San Diego $697,500 $546,250 $151,250
Fairfield, CT $708,750 $575,000 $133,750
Los Angeles $729,750 $625,500 $104,250
Washington, DC (most counties) $729,750 $625,500 $104,250
Orange County, CA $729,750 $625,500 $104,250
Riverside-San Bernadino, CA $500,000 $417,000 $83,000
Baltimore (most counties) $560,000 $494,500 $65,500
Boston (most counties) $523,750 $465,750 $58,000