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  1. Not a huge fan of perma-bear David Rosenberg, but I thought his recent article was quite funny...and I'm sure he's got even more interesting experiences with Wall Street and Main Street! Cheers! David Rosenberg: I haven't been this excited about going against the herd in years | Financial Post
  2. I've been getting requests for no ads, so I thought I would do a poll to see how people feel. Cheers!
  3. Ok All, This one is locked. You are all more than welcome to start it up again on the Politics forum...go over there for this stuff! Cheers!
  4. Possibly, but probably not. Most likely gave them some of the cash assets in the portfolio to manage. Cheers!
  5. I'm checking out different plug-ins that will allow members to modify their view to their liking, including colors, themes, etc. So everyone will be able to change their view that makes it easiest to read for them. Cheers!
  6. You've got a techtard running it on top of it all! It takes me a while to figure things out...but I will figure it out. Just give me the long weekend. Cheers!
  7. Hi Doc, You guys do most of the heavy lifting, so it's only fair that you get to continue to use it for free! Newbies on the other hand have yet to earn their keep. Cheers!
  8. Hi, we'll work on modifying the ads so they aren't as obtrusive. Give us a couple of days, as we'll probably make most of the website changes over the long weekend. Cheers!
  9. Ok, I've expanded the editor. You should have pretty full functionality now. You should also be able to edit and delete your own posts now. Let me know if you are having problems with either of the two above. Cheers!
  10. You should be able to do this already. Let me know. If you cannot, I'll look into the settings. There are also tons of plug-ins for the Invision forums, so if you don't see it, we can probably add it. Keep sending requests on this thread if you have them. Cheers!
  11. We'll move the ads within the threads to the side bars, so they won't cut through the posts. Will look into the emoji thing. Cheers!
  12. Hi Everyone, It's taken a bit of time to put it together, but the new "The Corner of Berkshire and Fairfax" site is up! It's a bit of a change for everyone, but we'll all get slowly used to it together. I'd like to thank Paul Clerc and his team at Watermelon Webworks for their work and trying to get all my desired features incorporated! While I've been playing with the "Beta" version, it isn't exactly like the actual site, so please work with me as I figure things out and get used to the administration. If you were a paid member of the old site, you are "grandfathered" in, an
  13. You're absolutely correct! Go down to the "Provisional Death Counts For Covid" on the link you selected. Go through deaths for each age group...you'll see spikes in all categories, especially younger ages, into December (15-24). And then you see the massive drop in deaths as people began to get vaccinated from January. I'm glad you selected that link, since it's about as clear as I can get about the matter! One can act smart without taking the vaccine, but your own data shows that taking the vaccine has a much more dramatic effect than just "acting smarter". Cheers! That makes z
  14. Hi SouthernYankee, please don't take any offense. That argument would be ok if your choice in not taking the vaccine had no impact on others...say like getting a stent put in or not, because you have a clogged artery, or not getting chemo because you have cancer. But this is far more impactful and detrimental than even second hand smoke in how you affect others around you...unless you stay in your home locked up and never seen anyone again. I think that is the main point anyone in favor of inoculation is making...not the statistics, politics, etc. Simply that the more people va
  15. I think you can equally use this argument against gun control. Guns have been around for even longer than a year. And in 2015, about 13,286 died as a result of being shot, so certainly not more than 13,286 people died of being shot in the head. And there are about 330M people in the USA. Therefore, if you're shot in the head, you have less than a 0.004% chance of dying. There's basically almost no chance of dying if you're shot in the head. Thanks! I need that! Cheers! The way I understood the comment is following way: 10 million per year die of cancer deaths every year
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