For K. Panda - Video about the federal reserve and "toxic assets." At the time, banks were being re-capitalized to they could "pay down" all those "toxic assets." Surprise, though: None were paid down. We now know that the federal reserve sopped it all up with "quantitave easing," - which leaves about $5 Trillion in "toxic assets" on their balance sheets to this day.
Male rompers are a thing. I thought it was a hoax. Apparently, no. Romphims and Chubbies are real. On the off chance you wanted to get me a pair for Christmas, well, you can save your money for someone else who really needs them.
Trains tend to come back the station. In this case, a $0.42 move back own on silver offers a statistical look at how patience can pay off. When you think you've missed "the move," often times, you have a chance to get back on board.
Ethereum, Bitcoins, Cat Coins, Bat Coins - take your pick. They are not going away. You don't have to like them, but they are not going away.
Notice my use of quotation marks. And, I'm not even a journalist. With Donald Trump near a decision on the US and the Paris Climate Treaty, let's look at how CON (The Cable Opinion Network) presents the "climate change" story.
Watch this BBC documentary on bees:
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