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  • Just what is the FED's game plan?

    Can ANYONE tell me?????
    Mike

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    Re: Just what is the FED's game plan?

    Originally posted by Mega View Post
    Can ANYONE tell me?????
    Mike
    There are dozens of posts here that explain what the Fed is up to. Make an effort. Look them up.

    Keep posting junk to News and I will ban you.
    Ed.

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      Re: Just what is the FED's game plan?

      Rest asured i will post no more news, BTW I just heard that the Bank of England policly comitte has been told NOT TO LEAVE LONDON this week.

      Me thinks a MAJOR event in the UK is coming shorty.
      Mike

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        Re: Just what is the FED's game plan?

        Originally posted by Mega View Post
        Rest asured i will post no more news, BTW I just heard that the Bank of England policly comitte has been told NOT TO LEAVE LONDON this week.

        Me thinks a MAJOR event in the UK is coming shorty.
        Mike
        Hey, Mike, have you by chance noticed how little respect you get since you joined iTulip Select? Amazing!

        If I may suggest, hopefully constructively, you might pick one of the old treads you started, and everytime you have a question or comment, just add it into that thread. If the management were intent in helping solve your problem, or the "problem" you are for it, they could give you the Thread "Tet's comments." I think Tet has found either a job or another site.

        Mike, I think you have contributed worthwhile news links. I am not aware of anyone else here who spends as much time reading the UK news (perhaps GRG).

        Hang in there.
        Jim 69 y/o

        "...Texans...the lowest form of white man there is." Robert Duvall, as Al Sieber, in "Geronimo." (see "Location" for examples.)

        Dedicated to the idea that all people deserve a chance for a healthy productive life. B&M Gates Fdn.

        Good judgement comes from experience; experience comes from bad judgement. Unknown.

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        • #5
          Re: Just what is the FED's game plan?

          Originally posted by Jim Nickerson View Post
          Hey, Mike, have you by chance noticed how little respect you get since you joined iTulip Select? Amazing!

          If I may suggest, hopefully constructively, you might pick one of the old treads you started, and everytime you have a question or comment, just add it into that thread. If the management were intent in helping solve your problem, or the "problem" you are for it, they could give you the Thread "Tet's comments." I think Tet has found either a job or another site.

          Mike, I think you have contributed worthwhile news links. I am not aware of anyone else here who spends as much time reading the UK news (perhaps GRG).

          Hang in there.
          Have you noticed how many complains I've gotten since Mega joined iTulip Select?

          Rarely had any complaints in two years. Now many.

          Not everyone is a fan of the middle aged and older kids who thumb their noses at the management of this site.

          This site is about open, intelligent, on-topic discussion. Disruptive behavior will not be tolerated.

          Final warning.
          Ed.

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          • #6
            Re: Just what is the FED's game plan?

            << Disruptive behavior will not be tolerated. >>

            Everybody get in line!!! Ten-hut!!

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            • #7
              Re: Just what is the FED's game plan?

              Uh... let's all play friendly and nice. This is like playing at a friends house. It's their house, their toys. Yet you can still reasonably expect to have fun - after all, if nobody played, there would be no play at all.

              How about finding an appropriate forum? I can yell "gold is down again - I'm nervous", mega can yell "WHAT IS GOING ON" several times a day. How about the "rants and raves"? Or better yet - give Mega his own subforum? You can call this policy "containment" and say it is "not a bailout", just a way to "promote the stability and growth" of ITulip . Mega: not likely yet, but if you just could get some more brownie points, you'd be on track. Remember - brownie points. Not all pointy-haired bosses are stupid even if they have "silly rules". I suspect that a number of those pointy-haired bosses are in fact getting rich, while we J6Ps get shafted. But maybe we're having more fun?!

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              • #8
                Re: Just what is the FED's game plan?

                Originally posted by krakknisse View Post
                Uh... let's all play friendly and nice. This is like playing at a friends house. It's their house, their toys. Yet you can still reasonably expect to have fun - after all, if nobody played, there would be no play at all.

                How about finding an appropriate forum? I can yell "gold is down again - I'm nervous", mega can yell "WHAT IS GOING ON" several times a day. How about the "rants and raves"? Or better yet - give Mega his own subforum? You can call this policy "containment" and say it is "not a bailout", just a way to "promote the stability and growth" of ITulip . Mega: not likely yet, but if you just could get some more brownie points, you'd be on track. Remember - brownie points. Not all pointy-haired bosses are stupid even if they have "silly rules". I suspect that a number of those pointy-haired bosses are in fact getting rich, while we J6Ps get shafted. But maybe we're having more fun?!
                Well stated, krakknisse. Why worry about solutions when one can more easily resort to public humiliation.
                Jim 69 y/o

                "...Texans...the lowest form of white man there is." Robert Duvall, as Al Sieber, in "Geronimo." (see "Location" for examples.)

                Dedicated to the idea that all people deserve a chance for a healthy productive life. B&M Gates Fdn.

                Good judgement comes from experience; experience comes from bad judgement. Unknown.

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                • #9
                  Re: Just what is the FED's game plan?

                  Originally posted by Mega View Post
                  Rest asured i will post no more news, BTW I just heard that the Bank of England policly comitte has been told NOT TO LEAVE LONDON this week.

                  Me thinks a MAJOR event in the UK is coming shorty.
                  Mike
                  Mega,

                  We trust you will agree that iTulip.com is an unique and high quality site, and therefore attracts the best and brightest high-quality readers like yourself.

                  Your continue posting news and opinions that are thoughts provocative, yet constructive, instead of posting "junk food news" and alike with improper rudeness language, will sure be warm embraced and greatly appreciated by iTulip community.

                  Thanks.
                  BDAdmin
                  iTulip Forum Administrator

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                  • #10
                    Re: Just what is the FED's game plan?

                    Originally posted by Jim Nickerson View Post
                    ... If I may suggest, hopefully constructively, you might pick one of the old treads you started, and everytime you have a question or comment, just add it into that thread...
                    Excellent suggestion, Jim. A thread is an ideal vehicle for expressing related or sequential thoughts. Large numbers of threads also make it difficult to sort through all the material on the board to find that which one is interested in. The same 30 posts occupying 30 threads are a lot more burdensome than 30 posts in one or two. I try to limit my own posts to a smaller number of threads so that those who find them boring or annoying aren't forced to trip over them on their way to those more to their liking. Easier to find, easier to avoid.
                    Finster
                    ...

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                      Re: Just what is the FED's game plan?

                      And vice versa, Finster. If you're looking for a previously posted gem it's much easier to find if there are fewer topics by an author.

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                      • #12
                        Re: Just what is the FED's game plan?

                        I might be better offering a Video report or writing a story with photo's?

                        The Bloke next to me does a lot of heavy engineering, one project that on his table is a production run of "wave power-eletircal power"......These are now in production and a large number of MOD sub contractors are working on the project.

                        They will be finshed by June and anchored out to sea off Cornwall.....THIS IS NOT a reseach project, this IS Production.

                        Mike
                        BTW The BOE meeting was to bale out HBOS, note how the has tanked today!

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