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Old 10-13-2009, 10:13 PM   #21
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....and I thought earthquakes were supposed to take all the Californeez out...

That was close, I'm glad you're ok.
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Old 10-14-2009, 12:22 AM   #22
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....and I thought earthquakes were supposed to take all the Californeez out...

That was close, I'm glad you're ok.
Nah we got fire,tornado's,earthquakes,riots,bears,mountain lions,sharks and probably fire ants. Who knows what the heck they got in Southern Californie
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Who'd a thunk that user name could have an alternative meaning. Cramer saved you from realizing the other one
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Better watch out-- in a few more days he'll flipflop and start trying to kill you again...
Ain't that the truth.
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I had Cramer on after getting out of the shower after a bit of treadmill. We got a bad storm going on. I put on my coat and shoes to go after the mail. So he started babbling wildly about homeland defense stocks. He was mildly amusing so I delayed my mail mission. There was a glorious roar and bang. The place shook! My wife shrieked.

This tree decided to let loose on my usual route to get the mail. Phew dodged another one. Good excuse for a margarita.
Yes, but how many people did he inadvertently kill? While you may have been drawn to the TV, I suspect many more ran as fast as they could in the other direction, perhaps into oncoming traffic just to escape his useless drivel....so while I am glad he saved your live, lets all have a moment of silence for those that were lost........
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Yes, but how many people did he inadvertently kill? While you may have been drawn to the TV, I suspect many more ran as fast as they could in the other direction, perhaps into oncoming traffic just to escape his useless drivel....so while I am glad he saved your live, lets all have a moment of silence for those that were lost........

Good point! Or perhaps now he has doomed me with some other type of suffering by changing my future.
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Good point! Or perhaps now he has doomed me with some other type of suffering by changing my future.
Yes how large is your policy anyway!

Seriously, watching too much Cramer can be bad for your financial future!
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