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Old Feb 18, 2006, 9:08pm   #9
 
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dbp, if that's the best laugh you've had all week, you must be living a pretty sheltered existence.
Nope. Just been a week of generally low-grade laughs. George Bush could usually be depended on for a few good yucks. But now he's just pitiful. Or more pitiful, depending on how you look at it.

Although Cheney shooting that guy was pretty good . . .
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Old Feb 18, 2006, 9:50pm   #10
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Nope. Just been a week of generally low-grade laughs. George Bush could usually be depended on for a few good yucks. But now he's just pitiful. Or more pitiful, depending on how you look at it.

Although Cheney shooting that guy was pretty good . . .

It would have been better if he had been arrested and charged with something.

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Old Feb 19, 2006, 10:07am   #11
 
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It would have been better if he had been arrested and charged with something.

I am in two minds about Cheney.
YES, he pulled the trigger, although "It wasnt Harrys fault" ( for being in the way of his gun )

BUT, he did shoot a LAWYER.
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Chicken Curry started this thread In that case he had good cause.

Pity it wasn't a DENTIST
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Old Feb 19, 2006, 4:05pm   #13
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Friendly Fire.

Can't take a joke? Shouldn't have joined...

I do hear Cheyney's gun dog has put in an order for a labrador-sized Kevlar vest though. Smart dog. (Maybe he should run for President....Make a change for the dog to wag the tail)
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thnx ddmc for a great site.....lot of info
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Old Mar 9, 2006, 12:36pm   #15
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I'm looking to position trade for a few days to weeks at a time rather than day trade. I was wondering if pivot points are useful for this type of trading?

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I'm looking to position trade for a few days to weeks at a time rather than day trade. I was wondering if pivot points are useful for this type of trading?
You'll find pivots in every timeframe.

The most powerful are those where there is confirmation from more than one timeframe for the same levels.
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