Discussion in 'Texas Bikers' started by Mr. JayT, Jan 15, 2009.

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    Mr. JayT Guest

    Bernard Madoff, who swindeled a lotta of people of what they thought was
    a too good of a deal to pass on,in an incredible investment scheme,
    showed up, with a bullet proof vest.

    It wasnt but a few weeks ago, the sumbitch was ''blowing and going'',
    wear'ing probably $5000 suits, now the sumbitch is in handcuffs, and
    wearing a damn bullet proof vest,over a two bit jail suit.
    Experts say prosecutors still want him in jail to increase pressure on
    his ass to cooperate or to reach a plea deal more quickly.
    He needs a good old country ass whooping, said Roy D Mercer.
    Mr. JayT, Jan 15, 2009
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    louie Guest

    He ain't all that bad of a guy.

    It's those greedy investors who thought they could make money that I detest.
    If they hadn't used Madoff as their freeway of greed, they would have found
    an alternate route.

    Madoff is actually a hero for his actions which will make the greedy think

    Don't u agreed?

    louie, Jan 15, 2009
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    bj_kana Guest

    ===I agree, more power to such a remarkable, highly intelligent man
    like Mad-Off, It aint EZ to fuk with that many peoples money, and last
    that long, 10 years I think...and so far, still living like a
    king....waht a clever basterd. mrjayt=
    bj_kana, Jan 16, 2009
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    BiffB Guest

    The Man and the Monkeys: A Wall Street Fable
    Once upon a time in a village a man appeared and announced to the
    villagers that he would buy monkeys for $10 each.
    The villagers knew that there were many monkeys in their forest. They
    left their farms on the plains and went into the forest to catch them.
    The man bought thousands at $10.
    As the supply of monkeys started to diminish the villagers stopped
    looking. Finding and catching monkeys was soon no longer worth the
    effort for $10. They started to return to their farms to plant the
    spring crop.
    The man then announced that he would buy monkeys for $20 each. This new
    higher price renewed the effort of the villagers and they headed back
    into the forest to find and catch monkeys again to sell.
    When the monkey supply diminished even further that summer and the
    people started to return to their farms, worried they had not made
    enough money selling monkeys to buy all the food they needed but had not
    planted any crops yet either, the man raised the price he’d pay for
    monkeys to $25 each. The hunt was on again.
    Soon the supply of monkeys became so small that a villager didn’t see a
    monkey in a day of hunting let alone catch one. Even at $25 each the
    effort was not profitable so the villagers finally headed back to their
    farms that fall. After nine month’s absence from their farms they knew
    the time had passed to produce enough food for the coming winter, but at
    least now they had enough money from selling monkeys to buy food to eat.
    But the man wasn’t finished. He announced that he would buy monkeys for
    $50 each! The villagers became very excited. He also explained that he
    had to go to the city on business and that his assistant was to stay
    behind to buy monkeys on his behalf.
    As soon as the man left the assistant told the villagers, "So you think
    you have made a lot of money selling monkeys, don’t you? But do you want
    to really get rich?"
    "Yes, yes!" said the villagers.
    The man’s assistant went on. "I have a gigantic, enormous cage filled
    with monkeys. I will sell them to you for only $35 each and when the man
    returns from the city you can sell them to him for $50 each and make a
    fat profit. You don’t even have to work to find monkeys at all. Then you
    can not only buy all the food you need for this winter you call all buy
    flat panel TVs, too."
    The villagers were thrilled. They collected all of their savings
    together and bought all the monkeys in the assistant’s cage then awaited
    the man’s return.
    They never saw the man nor his assistant again. All the monkeys that
    were once in the woods were now in the village. All of the villager’s
    savings were gone. That winter, half the villagers starved.
    BiffB, Jan 17, 2009
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    Mr. JayT Guest

    That's a sad story. That's what's wrong here lately, too many heartening

    In order to boost MY mood today,especailly after reading the Readers
    Digest (type) little Monkey story, I'll be watching TV through Tuesday
    observing History taking place.

    I love 'choo 'choo trains, and a famous one will be 'coaling along its
    way to DC. It will be ''alllll aboard'' this morning and making its
    designated final stop Monday evening....I love history, my Valk, and
    Honey's country cooking.

    In order to boost my ''down in the dumps feeling'' tomorrow, I plan to
    watch the last weekend of the Playoffs. Go Eagles. -jtk-
    Mr. JayT, Jan 17, 2009
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