great shirt, Tracy.
Italian Police Seize $1.5 Billion U.S. Securities From Ma
A financial criminal court in the hague
Would you stop the ‘Tracy’ please. It ain’t funny you know. The name is Stacy WITHOUT AN ‘E’!
I know how irritating it is when people try to twist your name like it’s funny or somtin. It ain’t!
French Bonds Drop Before Election as Italian Debt Slides
Correction on last statement: Sometimes it’s funny with people who derserved to be ridiculed but not in this case.
EU Starts 5 Battles to Resuscitate CO2 Scam, SocGen Says
Everything you need to know about Global Warming in 5 seconds:
It is a scam invented for the purpose of taxing, and trading carbon derivatives.
It was pushed by Ken Lay, Enron, and Al Gore in 1997.
@Youri. mind your own business.
Weekend Filmtip: The Grey (2011) http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1601913/
A bit misleading title in my view cause it’s not about aliens which ufologist generaly refer to as “the grey”. Better title would be “The Prey”
But Holywood gross in bad or misleading titles like John Carter (2012) http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0401729/ which should have got the title “Conan the Baberian on Mars”.
Zombies are everywhere! And they use the $US as their currency of choice. And they use copyright to strangle and suffocate culture and knowledge.
Turn off the hologram, send the zombies into oblivion.
Something about ”democracy” in Canada:
Students tear-gassed in clashes with police in Canada
I’m surprised no one has said that tear gas is good for them, just like some Fox News idiot said about pepper spray.
@ronron – flonflon – runrun – rumrum
When in the business of minding other people’s business, nose jobs are not part of the”benefit”package … fuckall pays nowadaze … So ninner, ninner, ninner … Dust up! Dust up! Please feel free to pull sometin real nasty out yer ass,, as all things considered
@Youri. childish response. oh well.
i still like the shirt.
Small Town vs. Giant Private Prison Corporation http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQiBEnHUBSI
World Bank: Eastern Europe may face credit crunch
I know cause part of me still is a little child and I am quite proud of that 😉 http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v393/youricarma/Miscellaneous/30-Worlds-Strangest-Inventions-fati.jpg
Pensions No Longer Protected From Creditors
You could lose your pension if you don’t pay your bills
For the first time, a High Court judge has ruled that a pension could be drawn down and used to pay creditors.
Talkin about “The prey”
Champion Bodyboarder Killed In Shark Attack http://uk.news.yahoo.com/champion-bodyboarder-killed-shark-attack-222208406.html
i still like the shirt. ronron (I reversed the order of the “ron”s).
Is Stacy trying to tell us she is being held prisoner by the vertical stripes suggesting cell bars?
Hollywood studios lose Australian download appeal
@Beardo. hahaha. i knew you would be on about the vertical stripes. 🙂
Ya know … Alex Jones sucks …
China, Iceland announce deal on oil-rich Arctic
Your Happy Peppy Sick Dick Sucks! AJ paived the way to truth seeking and you guys are phatetic playing with your dick!
hahaha … relax and bong some hash youri
From the ghetto … “According to this report by Mr. Kapur and colleagues at Citi, there is no “average” consumer in Plutonomies such as the US or Britain. There is only the rich “and everyone else.” The rich account for a disproportionate chunk of the economy, while the non-rich account for “surprisingly small bites of the national pie.” Kapur estimates that in 2005, the richest 20% may have been responsible for 60% of total spending in these economies.
Anyway, the point is that the report was aimed – not at Michael Moore and other lefties – but at rich investors who need help to select stocks and shares. So Mr. Kapur is annoyed at Michael Moore’s use of the research in his movie, which he calls “salacious”..and believes “takes liberties with the truth to inflame (his, Moore’s) polemics.”
Michael Moore is undeterred: “Someone from Citigroup discussing getting things right and wrong is like Bernie Madoff discussing ethics – their credibility ranges between zip and zero….this is a bank that played a major role in the economic meltdown that has hurt so many people, paid their executives enormous bonuses and taken billions in taxpayers’ dollars – nothing squeals as much as a banking pig caught in the poke.”
My bet is that the common thread of the naked ape, rich or poor, not being able to sustain … based on hideously effective, flow of misinformation[my quant is better than your quant] will dump the false Giffen, good paradox, on to it’s pin head. In the meantime, we best be laying out our winter clothes.
India’s Royal Enfield roars back on quieter, sleeker bikes http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/04/20/uk-india-royalenfield-idUSLNE83J01J20120420
Royal Enfield, a 119-year-old Anglo-Indian motorcycle maker with a cult following, has brought its distinctive bikes into the modern era with new and quieter engines and can’t make them fast enough to meet demand.
“debt” … people need to rethink spending/saving their income. Does anyone get more satisfaction from saving money vs spending it?
Does anyone know how to get the federal reserve to STOP creating debt? They are worse than a crack addict. Nobody goes to jail.
Yeah, good advice and Yeah, I will. In a couple of hours or so …. but thist won’t change my attitude in defending AJ.
Wheels begin to turn in India’s farm revolution
@Youri since 2006… the trend continues … “There are at least 32,000 Britons now living in India, according to new research – and it is the economy that is sucking them in, a twist of migration history between the two countries.
… congratulations on your job offer in India – it will certainly be a great experience.
I’m sorry I can’t answer your question rearding tax implications, although it would seem unfair to tax your savings made in India if you have already paid Indian tax on your earnings.
My advice would be (unless someone on here can advice you accurately) contact your local tax ofice and ask the question – at least that way you will know the answer is correct.
In the meantim, we are getting more and more folk on the India forum who are moving to Mumbai, so please stick around hre as you may meet sopm new friends as well as get good advice and tips about living and working in Mumbai.
All the very best with your plans”
MUST READ !!!
Inflation & Hidden Gold Taxation: 3 Historical Case Studies
By Daniel R. Amerman, CFA
The number one reason investors buy gold is to protect against the government policies that create inflation. However, the government has “rigged the game” in such a way that the higher the rate of inflation, the more of a gold investor’s net worth ends up with the government instead of the investor.
An examination of three historical case studies of long-term gold investment during a time of substantial inflation shows how under existing law and tax rates, the US federal government used the 1-2 combination of inflation and taxes to not only take all gold investor profits, but to confiscate part of the investors’ starting net worth as well. These three real world analyses explore gold acting as a perfect inflation hedge, gold experiencing asset inflation, and gold experiencing asset deflation.
This isn’t theory, nor is it speculation. This is actual history, and it is likely to be the future as well in the United States and other nations. The government’s “game” is more sophisticated than most investors realize, and it is deeply ironic that many unsuspecting precious metals investors trying to protect themselves from government-created inflation are playing right into the government’s hands when it comes to wealth confiscation under existing law.
The above notwithstanding, there is a strong case to be made that this is one of the best times in history to be buying gold or silver. But to realize those gains in practice, investors first need a thorough understanding of how the game has been rigged, before they can find ways of overcoming the problems. Through examination of the after-inflation and after-tax results of what happened in the past, these three case studies provide vital information for investors who want to prepare for the future with eyes wide open.
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I didn’t think Nederlanders smoked weed, only tourists, lol. I just woke up but it’s Saturday and I might twist up a spliff sooner than normal. I can’t drink in the morning, like ronron though.
@JonnyJames: some Nederlanders do not smoke at all. The ‘weed’ situation is typically Dutch and should be changed. Then the ‘novelty’ value will wear off soon.