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Favorite team:LSU 
Location:Nashville, TN
Biography:LSU Fan
Interests:Football, Hockey
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Number of Posts:7713
Registered on:5/26/2006
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re: NHL Offseason Thread: Free Agency/Draft June 24-26 - ironsides
Sow your roll bro, Hall is better than Weber? I understand the contract stuff, but consider this: Weber is like Scott Stevens and can potentially play until he's 40 anyways...
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re: NHL Offseason Thread: Free Agency/Draft June 24-26 - ironsides
[quote]Stamkos wasn't even Tampa's best player. [/quote] You watch hockey, Clark? ...
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re: Bitter exchanges in EU Parliament debate. BBC Article. - ironsides
Is this the same exchange where it can be argued that Farange completely undressed the EU with the whole "you're not laughing now?" Comment? Without the UK the EU falls apart. Book it. ...
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re: Justin Trudeau lifts Visa requirement for Mexicans - ironsides
[quote]Interesting, considering both are members of NAFTA. You'd think there wouldn't be any restrictions on Canadian beef. [/quote] Free Trade agreements often are not "free trade". ...
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re: Elon Musk Says Tesla Will Be $1 Trillion Dollars Soon - ironsides
In this context it seems he's saying the combined power of Tesla and Solar City? What's interesting is the [link=(http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-06-27/behold-corporate-incest)]deal stands to make Elon very wealthy. Seems almost like a confilct of interest?[/link]...
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re: Britain holds all the cards in negotiating with the EU-Dr. Michael Ivanovitch - ironsides
[quote]What don't people understand about legality? Each nation gave their legal authority to the EU to negotiate trade agreements as a bloc. That is how legal agreements work, abiding by the terms you agree to. [/quote] Except when you make an agreement with that bloc and the governing body d...
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re: Stock futures are going to the moon. Bears lose again. - ironsides
[quote]That logic suggests that the Great Depression/Housing Bubble burst/tech bubble burst, etc were all good things.[/quote] Ehhh, not to pile on, but that's a hell of a strawman argument. When the internet bubble burst, the Nasdaq went from a peak of 5000 down to almost 1000. The pound did...
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re: S&P downgrade UK's credit rating in Brexit aftermath - ironsides
[quote].....looking forward to the explanations of how this doesn't matter, and how those concerned with credit ratings are cucks..[/quote] A credit rating downgrade is not good, but also not unexpected. What is equally curious is that none of the ratings agencies have not downgraded the ECB, whi...
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re: Is it Les Miles job stability or his demeanor that attracts top notch talent? - ironsides
Job Stability? :lol: There is a faction of people that want to run the guy out of town every three years for christ's sakes. He almost got fired last year. It's his demeanor + Success...
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re: what's the big deal with Britain leaving the eu. who cares if they want to be le - ironsides
[quote]Check your 401k balance.[/quote] Okay. Looks about the same as it was in February. Still higher than Jan 1. ...
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re: Pretty reasonable article on Brexit - ironsides
[quote]I have been reading all morning about the reasons for Brexit, and - as far as the eye can see- it's at best, anti-immigration, at worst, straight up racism. [/quote] So it has nothing to do with broken economic agreements that haven't been enforced? Using the UK to support welfare states i...
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re: Going on record that Brexit won't happen. - ironsides
Vox is actually a reliable non partisan source. Congrats for finding such an article!...
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re: The media has turned me... - ironsides
Much of the same could be said for Obama? ...
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re: As a result of Brexit, describe the world in 10 years. - ironsides
The EU will dissolve, as Spain, Italy, Greece, are the next to leave. Economies in Germany and France tank. Surprisingly the Eastern European countries for the most part will be ok. ...
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re: Britain votes to leave the EU! MEGA! - ironsides
There's an assumption in your statement that all of the markets are equally free, which they aren't. French protectionism for example. There's another assumption in your statement that the EU can not trade with England for an extended period of time, or would not want to trade with England for a ...
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re: Britain votes to leave the EU! MEGA! - ironsides
Yeah but you said 1990 minimum and theirs is all around 1990 maximum...
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re: Britain votes to leave the EU! MEGA! - ironsides
Why Is your target downside larger than ubs Morgan Stanley and DB? ...
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re: Britain votes to leave the EU! MEGA! - ironsides
[quote] Not a person on earth can do that, hence the uncertainty.[/quote] That's exactly my point. You can't do it, so why should I believe you? This thing has been swinging either way 55/45 the entire time, you don't think the institutional vendors have hedged at all? ...
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re: Britain votes to leave the EU! MEGA! - ironsides
[quote]Uncertainty is never good. Brexit throws markets into chaos. Chaos is uncertainty. Markets struggle in Chaos. [/quote] Not a good answer. 2/10. One could easily argue that the institutional investors that move markets have hedged this very well given the uncertainty leading up to this...
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re: Britain votes to leave the EU! MEGA! - ironsides
[quote]I hope everyone here is ready for their investment portfolios to plummet if this passes.[/quote] Care to explain why my portfolio would be worthless if the Brexit passes? Walk me through it, because I've yet to hear a good argument for all of this fear mongering that wasn't without massive...
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