Hope You Guess My Name ~ The Risk Averse Alert

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Hope You Guess My Name

TR, be careful...

Surely FT's endorsement, if we should all appreciate our history, comes at a price. Although you diligently have tried to pay it — this to the dismay of many — by your failure to deliver the goods one wonders if a refresher in that dear cost attached to support given by a world born into privilege, a world whose imminent demise your political failure threatens, is about to be served?

Bear in mind, TR, this fear of your own demise also is born of suspicion a diversion made to mask our nation's bankruptcy and likewise cement its doom might be in the offing because it appears our peaceable self-destruction simply cannot be prolonged much longer...


This week's ruse here is seen as only having succeeded in buying a few more days for a trickle of dead equity to be offloaded to the looniest of loons. And the lesson also served this week requires recognition that, were wave 5 of C of (B) subdividing in a manner such as has been assumed to now (as essentially is indicated above), then wave iv of 5 might still be in the process of forming, rather than having already ended, such as is suggested above.

That's it for today. Pleased to meet you! Hope you guess my name...

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