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Hey Cat! | 0
I can call you Cat, can’t I? We are gonna be BFFs now…so we should really start getting familiar, right??? Hey, Cat, are you as nice as MY REAL cat? His name’s Henry. Oh, Cat??? Your company is trying to take his warm home away…you know through the illegal foreclosure you guys are perpetuating on all of us 99ers??? Hey Cat? Why would you want to take Henry’s chair in front of the fireplace away? He loves that curled up in front of the heat source. Hey, BFF…..after we *hug* and really become best buds, you wouldn’t do that, would you??? Love and *hugs*, Your 99% BFF and Henry too!
Hola Joe. | 0
Hola Joe. For years I was a B o A customer in northern Calif. AP Giannini must be rolling over in his grave at what you people have done to his honest little Bank of Italy. For shame. Too bad! And that’s before this $5/mo surcharge on your poorest customers. BTW You one of the Bartlesville Prices of the FLLW Price tower Prices. If so we have a connection. Back in the summer of 1956 I got picked up by the Bartlesville police for looking at the Price tower in the middle of the night and breaking the town curfew. Pretty cool what a little oil money can do in small town redneck America where the locals either toe the line or move to California to grow pot. ~ Peace, love, justice, & equality. Henry Horton Pahoa Hi/
Woman to woman | 0
Dear Ms./Mrs. Taylor. I am a woman, just like you. A mother of two: 4-years-old boy and 7-months-old girl. My aim is to provide them all they need for normal & healthy development. No flat-screen TV, but vaccinations. No tale-away food from expensive restaurant, but home-made dish. No YSL, DKNY, D&G clothes, but comfortable and nice-looking second-hand cotton baby clothes. Unfortunately, it becomes more and more difficult, because after my maternity-leave ends, I have nowhere to come back professionally. The owner of a company, where I worked, decided to *limit costs* and there is no vacancy for me anymore. Despite receiving an annual reward for loyalty and motivation, I became unneccessary. New jobs are awaiting, but as soon as I tell I am a mother, the door is closed for me again. Since you are a woman too, supposedly you know how hard it is to combine private life with professional. You seem to be successfull in that aspect, maybe you could englighten me, what I am supposed to do. Regards, Katarzyna Kubat-Eijeriks
Jamie, Will you please make up your mind between demanding bailouts of institutions whose debt you hold and punishing those of us prudent enough not to hold such trash with suppression of metals prices? Or will you not be happy til you’ve impoverished *everyone* but yourselves? Good grief man, the market sustains you, stop abusing it! susan 28, investor/libertarian