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« Last post by ncjoe on Today at 05:03:23 pm »
any goddamn time is good for me as long as its now...
well what ever is gonna happen I wish it would come on...I have had enough of what ever kind of operation is going on...I have been a polar bear in a shooting gallery long enough...I am done with all of it...we all know the truth so lets get on with cleaning it up...
McDonalds Sales Plunge In Worst Month Since 2003 Following Dollar Meal "Sticker Shock"
21 October 2014
, by Tyler Durden (Zero Hedge)


Moments ago, McDonalds not only released earnings and revenues, both of which missed - something which was largely expected since the backward looking data had been telegraphed by MCD's recent global selling collapse - blanketed by atrocious commentary, but it disclosed its September global retail sales which were for lack of a better word, a disaster, after reporting global sales which dropped 3.8%, below the 3.2% expected, and the worst global month since at least 2003.

The pain was everywhere, with Europe plunging 4.2% (est -0.9%), Asia down 7.5%, and the US down a whopping 4.1%, far below the 2.8% expected, and also the worst month in over a decade.

… finally, a step in the right direction. 
Let's watch this closely!

Public pressure no doubt:

Air travelers from West Africa banned
from all but 5 US airports over Ebola fears

Oct 21st 2014 12:04PM

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has announced all travelers from the West African countries stricken with Ebola must travel to the U.S. through one of only five airports.

Travelers from Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea are being forced to travel through the five airports previously announced as Ebola screening centers for international travelers, officials said in a statement.

Those five airports are New York-JFK, Newark Liberty, Washington, D.C. Dulles, Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson and Chicago O'Hare.

All passengers taking flights from West Africa to these five airports will be subject to "secondary screening and added protocols, including having their temperature taken, before they can be admitted into the United States," officials said.

"We are working closely with the airlines to implement these restrictions with minimal travel disruption," said DHS secretary Jeh Johnson. "If not already handled by the airlines, the few impacted travelers should contact the airlines for rebooking, as needed."

This may be the first of many steps aimed at stemming the flow of infected people into the U.S.


Guests / Re: Remember Chris Geo?
« Last post by donnay on Today at 04:11:36 pm »
Thousands of federal workers on extended paid leave
By Lisa Rein October 20    

Tens of thousands of federal workers are being kept on paid leave for at least a month — and often for longer stretches that can reach a year or more — while they wait to be punished for misbehavior or cleared and allowed to return to work, government records show.

During a three-year period that ended last fall, more than 57,000 employees were sent home for a month or longer. The tab for these workers exceeded $775 million in salary alone.

Guests / Re: Remember Chris Geo?
« Last post by stymo1 on Today at 03:30:46 pm »
I heard ya!  Awesome....
Obama’s Ebola Czar Thinks There’s Too Many People in Africa

Administration hires another overpopulation fanatic
by  Paul Joseph Watson  | October 21, 2014
Clinton reboot
Monica Lewinsky: Drudge Ruined My Life
Lewinsky blames her humiliation on everybody except for the married President with whom she had sexual relations
Guests / Re: Remember Chris Geo?
« Last post by donnay on Today at 03:08:16 pm »
Chris Geo is on the show live right now...

LOL! I heard him. 

I also called in and got in right after Geo. 
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