About Rin

Rin


Follow
Befriend
39 threads
2,166 comments
Followed by 2
Following 0
Ignored by 1
Ignoring 2
Ignore Rin
Aliases
In United States
Registered Apr 19, 2012


Rin's most recent comments:

  • On 27 Jul 2014 in The modern women can no longer cook, they no longer want children and..., Rin said:

    Quigley says

    Look, the trick to woman hunting is to get them from rural areas where they have old fashioned values, probably some kind of religion that requires them to be reasonable, and know that the man rules the house. Plenty of these women around, but BOY are they hard to find! It's because they won't be in the usual places. You'll have to get creative, maybe join a church or a 4-H program to find them.

    Is this the song for that ideal, "Dream Weaver" ...

  • On 27 Jul 2014 in The modern women can no longer cook, they no longer want children and..., Rin said:

    Dan8267 says

    komputodo says

    bg says

    I think the OP is a bit of a misogynist.

    If a man loves women but dislikes AMERICAN women, does that make him a misogynist? Just askin...

    Saying anything negative about women, even constructive criticism of a small subset of them, gets you labeled a misogynist in this country.

    Forget about labels, protect your wallet. Let the label makers have their field day, since they can't do much else.

  • On 25 Jul 2014 in More than $100,000 increase. Are you kidding me ??, Rin said:

    thunderlips11 says

    The Great Stagflation was an inflationary cycle, and gold and silver soared.

    It didn't exactly soar until the very end.

    When the Nixon closed the window, Gold went from $35/oz to $190/oz, from '71 till mid-'78. That was the majority of Gold's bullishness. Basically, it was an inflation tracker for much of the decade, with peaks/valleys.

    And then ... suddenly, it went parabolic, from $190/oz to $850/oz by '80. Afterwards, came the crash, however, gold never touched $190/oz, ever again, despite the multi-decade bear market which followed.

Home   Tips and Tricks   Questions or suggestions? Mail p@patrick.net   Thank you for your kind donations

Page took 248 milliseconds to create.