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re: Wedding Day Ideas - Covington/Mandeville/Madisonville Area - bluemoons
Get him black out. Talk him out of it. ???? Profit. ...
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re: Good price for this outboard? - bluemoons
Sent. ...
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re: Good price for this outboard? - bluemoons
I wouldn't pay more than $600 for that motor....
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re: market thoughts...bubble? - bluemoons
[quote]Only twice in history has the shiller pe ratio for the s&p 500 been as high as it is now: dot com bubble and the months leading up to black Tuesday (start of the depression). I've switched from buying equities as of late and started targeting bonds, as the yields are looking better and better...
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re: market thoughts...bubble? - bluemoons
[quote]Sounds like you're young and will not a whole lot of skin in the game you shouldn't be getting yourself caught up in what if scenarios with a long term strategy. The market could very well run to 22,000 on the Dow and then correct back to 20,000, then what? You've missed out on all those divi...
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market thoughts...bubble? - bluemoons
Hey all. I have three years worth of maxes of a Roth IRA in Vanguard's TDF 2055. I'm generally a proponent of not trying to predict the market, but I'm starting to wonder if I might ought to shift my allocation to something more balanced, like the 2030 fund, or even the 2020 fund. The 2055 has do...
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re: Black Sails, Final Season (9 pm EST, STARZ) - bluemoons
Dialogue-wise, that episode was one of the more well written TV series episodes I've seen in a long time....
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re: Need some OB help with the elusive sacrapearch - bluemoons
They're not spawning in southeast LA quite yet. Close though. I've always found 66-68 degrees to be the magic numbers. ...
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re: Active Tornado thread - bluemoons
I'm in Covington. 190/i12 intersection. It's been pretty sketchy here. For a minute we were in the dead center of that original cone for the Madisonville storm. Thankfully it seems to have broken up some. ...
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re: Tornado Outbreak: Survey Results: Page 49 - bluemoons
My office is directly across 190 from Covington Country Club. It was hairy for a minute there, but it seems that the worst of it has passed us to the north and it's breaking up a bit....
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re: Flats boat. Any of you own one? - bluemoons
Banshees are also very wet boats, even by skiff standards....
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re: Flats boat. Any of you own one? - bluemoons
[quote]Deciding if you want a boat you can pole or if you just want a shallow draft boat you want to run a trolling motor on will help a lot when deciding what kind of hull to look for. [/quote] Great advice. It's worth water testing a Redfisher. I'm a big fan of that hull, and if I were look...
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re: Flats boat. Any of you own one? - bluemoons
If you're looking at a true flats boat, Hewes is a great boat. The 18' Redfisher is awesome. I'd buy that boat over a Ranger 7 days a week. If you're looking more towards a poling skiff, there are several better options than both of those. ...
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re: Update about the 2017 line of RTIC products... - bluemoons
I haven't heard that. I know the RTIC guys are brothers though. ...
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re: GI guide sues over private tidal water access - bluemoons
[quote]What? This is pure bull shite. They own the property. The law is clearly on their side with zero doubt.[/quote] How does one own something ceases to exist? Do they retain an ownership interest in what used to be? In a lot of individual cases, the pieces of ground some of these people allege ...
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re: GI guide sues over private tidal water access - bluemoons
If I had to guess, I would assume that you took no issue with Jason Chaffetz recent attempted federal land-grab too. As hard as it may be to believe, I do understand the position. I'm just telling you both so I can say I told you so later, but that position will eventually lose :lol:. There is a ver...
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re: Update about the 2017 line of RTIC products... - bluemoons
On a serious note, I don't know what happened behind those closed doors, but honestly, I think RTIC may find themselves coming out much better off than Yeti when all is said and done. From what I understand, they intend to continue designing their own products at a significantly discounted rate, and...
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re: GI guide sues over private tidal water access - bluemoons
[quote]lawyers in a bit of trouble[/quote] I agree in that I don't really see the cause of action, as this isn't a lawyering issue, but a legislative one. That said, I highly doubt anything negative would come to either of these attorneys over the filing of this suit. Worst case scenario for them...
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re: Update about the 2017 line of RTIC products... - bluemoons
[quote]Yeti just won the lawsuit vs RTIC.[/quote] There is a major difference between winning a lawsuit and settling a lawsuit....
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re: Today I maga'd - bluemoons
I've bought 10 different friends Red Ryders over the past two Christmases. String a beer can up in a tree, sit on the back porch, and shoot the can until you shoot it in half. Thank me later....
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