Jermaine Augustine (el 27/03/12 a las 2:34 pm)
^_^ like it ^_^
98bigbutt (el 27/03/12 a las 12:35 am)
They fucked up and we've to pay for their bullshit.
ApocalypticAang (el 27/03/12 a las 12:37 am)
Wow, Janet Tavakoli-- Capital Account just got a whole lot classier! Yes,
the issue is "profit IN ANY WAY"-- just like state authorities have a
public duty to serve the people, financial institutions have a fiduciary
duty to serve their clients... since they are making money on a commission
basis, they must be FIRST act in the clients' best interests (whether it
means profit or loss: hey, that's capitalism). I mean, if the courts can
determine whether a doctor is negligent, why not a bank?
satvistayou (el 27/03/12 a las 7:20 pm)
mcmal1bu (el 27/03/12 a las 3:27 am)
My favorite Peach!! I have melted... Lauren, will you have dinner with me?
Janet is very good, very informative! Pound, pound, pound on mf globular,
don’t let up! Janet is right, a lot of people should be on their way to
jail. The real scandal here is that nothing is being done, no
investigations, why is that? Don't you wonder? Maybe that is where the real
story is? Who is protecting whom and why... broaden your scope and you will
get them.. ;-)
mijmijrm (el 27/03/12 a las 1:57 am)
"there's nothing wrong with profit" - some people say that like it's
sacred. It's all part of the "capitalism" religion. If i go into a shop
with a gun and come out with the contents of the till - Profit! .. nothing
wrong with that! Yeh, right. So let's consider it as "profit in return for
creating value" and not just naked profit (note: being a parasite off
someone else creating value isn't creating value, no matter how much you
dress it up).
GereralGrant (el 27/03/12 a las 4:24 am)
It's all Hocus Pocus , institutionalized main stream trusted schemes to
keep the hive delusional. Give me your money and I'll give it back later
John Conor (el 28/03/12 a las 1:08 am)
Are you Lauren? ...
minchoff gomorkovsky (el 28/03/12 a las 8:48 pm)
Seems nobody ever suggests just getting rid of derivatives altogether. We
need to address the basic question, do their benefits outweigh their costs.
When you consider the cost we have already incurred in multiple
near-meltdowns of the entire global financial system, and the fact that
these derivatives did not even exist for the most part prior to Reagan's
presidency, I think the answer becomes obvious. We will never adequately
regulate something a simple minded congressman cannot understand.
christo930 (el 16/09/12 a las 12:48 am)
How in the world could a flying drone compete with a delivery guy/gal
working on tips and a $1 delivery charge? This drone thing is beyond stupid
and would never work unless possibly on very large orders out in the middle
of Wyoming. Also, where the fuck are these drones supposed to land to make
the delivery> In the middle of the street?