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  1. LOL, Looks like some aren't believing the recent polls!
  2. OMG, Look at this hockey graph chart. It's the end of the world I tell you!
  3. I'm very aware. When it's all over and done with, the wife and I and our employers will have paid over $600k into S.S. Good thing we have the genetics to live into our 90's, someone is going to be paying out the azz.
  4. And what does it do after the crash? Every single time it has gone back up. There is reason to hold cash reserves.
  5. Seems like a waste to give hard earned cash to people who just blow it! It cost us over $50k in 2018 just for Fed, State, property tax, S.S. and Medicare.
  6. Since 2016 Election: Dow up 42.3% NASDAQ up 50.1% S&P 500 up 34.9% It appears to be going pretty well for some of us!
  7. Poor Dennis, obsessed with what he can't have. The psychology of envy Envy. Envy is an emotion that occurs when one person wants something another person has, whether that thing is a material possession or perceived success or stature. Notable for its status as one of the seven deadly sins, envy has been studied extensively in the fields of philosophy and psychology, among others.
  8. JoeAverage

    Whither The Trump Paradox?

    Stock up, you may have to endure this till 2024!
  9. Oh, I thought you wanted to be like Sweden where their corporate tax rate matches ours and the low and middle class get heavily taxed. Corporate Tax Rate in Sweden is expected to be 22.00 percent by the end of this quarter, according to Trading Economics global macro models and analysts expectations. In the long-term, the Sweden Corporate Tax Rate is projected to trend around 22.00 percent in 2020, according to our econometric models.
  10. JoeAverage

    Indianapolis 500

    Mario Andretti and his investors have a 51% controlling interest in the fuel delivery company I work for. Since January, they have dropped $2 million on new trucks. Winning comes natural for some. Mario Andretti From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search Italian-American racing driver Mario Andretti Andretti at the Indianapolis 500 race in 2017 Born Mario Gabriele Andretti (1940-02-28) February 28, 1940 (age 79) Montona, Istria, Kingdom of Italy, (today Motovun, Istria County, Croatia) Formula One World Championship career Nationality American Active years 1968–1972, 1974–1982 Teams Lotus, March, Ferrari, Parnelli, Alfa Romeo, Williams Entries 131 (128 starts) Championships 1 (1978) Wins 12 Podiums 19 Career points 180 Pole positions 18 Fastest laps 10 First entry 1968 United States Grand Prix First win 1971 South African Grand Prix Last win 1978 Dutch Grand Prix Last entry 1982 Caesars Palace Grand Prix 24 Hours of Le Mans career Years 1966–1967, 1982–1983, 1988, 1995–1997, 2000 Teams Holman Moody Grand Touring Cars Inc. Porsche Kremer Racing Porsche AG Courage Compétition Panoz Motorsports Best finish 2nd (1995) Class wins 1 (1995) Mario Gabriele Andretti (born February 28, 1940) is an Italian-born American former racing driver, one of the most successful Americans in the history of the sport.[1] He is one of only two drivers to have won races in Formula One, IndyCar, World Sportscar Championship, and NASCAR (the other being Dan Gurney). He also won races in midget cars and sprint cars.[citation needed] During his career, Andretti won the 1978 Formula One World Championship, four IndyCar titles (three under USAC-sanctioning, one under CART), and IROC VI. To date, he remains the only driver ever to win the Indianapolis 500 (1969), Daytona 500 (1967) and the Formula One World Championship, and, along with Juan Pablo Montoya, the only driver to have won a race in the NASCAR Cup Series, Formula One, and an Indianapolis 500. No American has won a Formula One race since Andretti's victory at the 1978 Dutch Grand Prix.[2] Andretti had 109 career wins on major circuits.[3] Andretti had a long career in racing. He was the only person to be named United States Driver of the Year in three decades (1967, 1978, and 1984).[4] He was also one of only three drivers to have won major races on road courses, paved ovals, and dirt tracks in one season, a feat that he accomplished four times.[4] With his final IndyCar win in April 1993, Andretti became the first driver to have won IndyCar races in four different decades[5] and the first to win automobile races of any kind in five.[4]
  11. Ever look at the corporate tax rates of the Scandinavian countries? I didn't think so!
  12. Q: Is the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act just a tax cut for the rich? A: No, the tax cuts are not just benefiting the wealthy. Average taxpayers in every congressional district get a tax cut, and lower-income communities get the largest percentage decreases in their tax bills. Some low-income congressional districts will see their federal income taxes cut by 20 percent or more. TDS must be searching frantically looking for a low wage worker who actually paid more in taxes. Damn. should have taken the bet!
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