HA! Silly walks and there you go! Marching to our doom? I'd like to think not ... but then, I never thought Idiocracy was a documentary. And we're seeing how that's turning out =P That's a fscking awesome illustration, btw ...
Quote:Well, today certainly left a mark. Ouch. Quote:that Monday may become a day of buying opportunities and the market will be bullish. I think it depends on what news (if any) comes out of the weekend. Part of the panic was the sheer surprise at t
Originally Posted By: six_of_one I have a feeling US markets will handle this better than others, though. Just a feeling. Well, today certainly left a mark. Ouch. On Monday morning US markets are likely to have a major sell-off sh!tstorm. Maybe t
Quote:The reality is that the self-inflicted UK recession/depression begins today. When I said the referendum didn't affect anything, I meant that in and of itself it doesn't mean Great Britain is out of the EU -- there's a lot more that has to happe
Originally Posted By: Stumpy1It's been about a month since installing El Capitan. Most of the changes I've gotten used to - the pre-set tabs for Safari, for example. Not used to the cheesy appearance of the control buttons on the upper-left-hand co
Originally Posted By: NucleusG4This splains all... http://arstechnica.com/apple/2016/06/goodbye-os-x-apple-announces-new-desktop-os-is-macos-sierra/ Quote:Apple formally announced that Siri is coming to the desktop. HUH??? I've had Siri on my Macs
Originally Posted By: NucleusG4“You’ve Just Voted to Leave the EU. You Won’t BELIEVE What Happens Next...” The one happy surprise I had today was that one of my investment stocks did this today: I suspect it's green on a day when the DOW t
“You’ve Just Voted to Leave the EU. You Won’t BELIEVE What Happens Next...” +++ Across the United Kingdom on Friday, Britons mourned their long-cherished right to claim that Americans were significantly dumber than they are. Luxuriating in the su
The reality is that the self-inflicted UK recession/depression begins today. The pound is being diminished by every other major global currency. This isn't going to pause until legislators can figure things out. The pound was down 12.5% earlier today
Quote:Several said they expect there to be another vote now because everyone they know who voted LEAVE has changed there minds. Well, the upside there is that the referendum itself doesn't really affect anything -- apparently Britain has to invoke a
I've seen dozens of videos this morning of Brits regretting their LEAVE votes because they didn't think it would actually happen .... some even saying they didn't realize this meant actually leaving the EU ... but just thought is was a way to say FU
He's talking about how much money he's going to make from the sinking £. Always a douche. By the way, I was channel flipping last night as the final votes were coming in and everyone was waiting for Cameron to speak. I turned on Fox and they were sa
Yes, it parallels what's going on here too. Isolationism, xenophobia, and anti-establishment fervor -- with a little self-inflicted immediate economic recession mixed in. Except we get the opportunity to completely unravel our third branch of govern
Jeezus ... Man who voted to Leave is shocked, shocked, that his vote actually counted; is now worried Man, the Brits were supposed to be the sane ones -- what does that bode for the US in November? ...
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