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871026 Travis : I'm watching Maria Baritoromo
871027 aegis1 : We don't trust ANY news.
871028 Travis : Looks like a decent stock market futures start
871029 aegis1 : Oh. Well there are at least a couple reasons to love her.
871030 Travis : lol and what would "those" be?
871031 Travis : She's nice, cut her some slack lol
871032 aegis1 : You're the one watching. I can only imagine.
871033 Travis : I don't trust MOST news
871034 aegis1 : I adore her. Wish I had TV here for her show.
871035 Travis : Let's say she's a "well rounded" individual
871036 Travis : You don't have a TV?
871037 aegis1 : I honestly do try and read or hear 'source' material for news and not spin. Yes, she is.
871038 Travis : I think you need to read between the lines on my last post
871039 aegis1 : I have a set and an antenna. But the apt bldg across the street took my only network channel. I still get Telemundo and about 40 Korean channels.. and some TV preachers..
871040 Travis : omg that's horrible
871041 Travis : Tell me that you speak Korean at least
871042 Travis : and TV evangelists oh brother
871043 aegis1 : YES ! (in my best melodramatic voice)
871044 aegis1 : I can barely speak English, bro.
871045 Travis : Put your hands on the screen and pray with me in goo goo ga ga gibberish we call "speaking in tongues" and send your checks to ______
871046 Travis : A total scam
871047 aegis1 : Yes. I am Christian, but they mostly piss me off.
871048 Travis : Send your hard-earned money to Travis Ministries, Inc.....
871049 Travis : The Benny Hinns, the Joyce Meyers, the Jimmy Swaggarts nauseate me
871050 aegis1 : Buy some handi-wipes and send me a Prayer Cloth.
871051 Travis : You can be Christian without playing into the TV frauds
871052 Travis : prayer cloth yes lol
871053 aegis1 : Stock market good.. you deeply invested ?
871054 Travis : For a "donation" of 250 dollars you can get a commemorative plate of Jimmy Swaggart crying and begging forgiveness again
871055 aegis1 : Do you manage your own portfolio ?
871056 Travis : I have built up my 401K for many years, yeah
871057 aegis1 : Funds, or Equities mostly ?
871058 Travis : I don't buy individual stocks, I just put it into my 401K and change the distribution according to how the choices are doing
871059 Travis : Large Cap the last few years
871060 Travis : value, lately index
871061 aegis1 : Good strategy. What do you think of eliminating the Fed ?
871062 Travis : Hmmm good question
871063 Travis : It's built into the fabric of our country now but I understand the cons of the Fed
871064 aegis1 : I feel DJT might try for it in a 2nd term.
871065 Travis : I mean you can make the case that a private bank controlling is unconstitutional from the start
871066 Travis : I don't think a Pres has enough power to do it unilaterally
871067 aegis1 : I've heard it made in a logical and cogent fashion.
871068 Travis : He just likes to urge the Fed Pres to do as he likes lol
871069 Travis : Well the coining of money and such is the responsiblility of Congress, not a private bank with little or no overview
871070 Travis : But I'm not a "hardcore" anti-Fed
871071 aegis1 : He might be able to build a coalition with other 'Central Banking' countries.
871072 Travis : What do you think? Get rid of it?
871073 aegis1 : The impediment is that the US does not own enough gold to go back on a Gold Standard.. but we could do some sort of algorithm perhaps.
871074 Travis : I once read a book "None Dare Call it Conspiracy" that details the formation of the Fed in detail, found it interesting
871075 aegis1 : I might look for it if you think it worthwhile.
871076 Travis : Right, the gold standard went out under Nixon and the numbers are just so big now
871077 Travis : millions to billions and now we casually discuss trillions like it's nothing
871078 aegis1 : I do not understand the mechanics of it enough to have a strong opinion.
871079 Travis : It's an old book, may be obsolete now but again, it talks about the beginnings.....won't give it a thumbs up or a thumbs down, it's been too long
871080 aegis1 : I know. The numbers are beyond my comprehension in 'reality', just concepts like in Astronomy.
871082 Travis : The author wasn't a fan of Woodrow Wilson or "progressivism" that I remember
871083 aegis1 : These are definitely Interesting and Historic times, no matter the outcomes. I am what the CIA calls a 'conspiracy theorist'.
871084 Travis : I can only stomach so much of that stuff before I lose interest
871085 Travis : haha ok
871086 Travis : I try not to be a "conspiracy theorist" although it depends on what you consider conspiracy
871087 aegis1 : I know. I learn so much listening to old fart Wilbur Ross.. IF I can stay awake for a few minutes.
871088 Travis : I mean what you consider a conspiracy I may take as obvious fact and vice versa
871089 Travis : But I absolutely reject the possibilbity of Bigfoot being the offspring of Elvis and Cher
871090 aegis1 : I think Conpiracy as a word has a bad rap. "... later on, we'll conspire as we dream by the fire, to face unafraid the plans that we made..."
871091 aegis1 : Elvis maybe, but you are right Never CHER.\
871092 Travis : sounds like song lyrics....
871093 aegis1 : Christmas song Walking in a Winter Wonderland.
871094 Travis : Cher looks like if you touch her face, she'll break up into several thousands of glass shards
871095 Travis : ahhh I knew it sounded familiar
871096 Travis : I doubt Bigfoot has yet gone "under the knife"
871097 aegis1 : Conspiracy theories become Conspiracy THEOREMS sometimes.
871098 Travis : so, what is an example of a conspiracy theory to you?
871099 Travis : Just so we're on the same page
871100 Travis : I have friends that believe them all......I tend to be more measured, but with an open mind
871101 aegis1 : I think OKC Bombing was my first. TWA 800 my next.
871102 aegis1 : I love them for the entertainment value.
871103 Travis : What about the OKC bombing exactly?
871104 Travis : You don't believe it was Nichols and McVeigh?
871105 Travis : Olga, touch down
871106 aegis1 : They were involved, yes. But it was not their plan, I believe. Mostly, my questions come from the FBI looking for 'john Doe no 2" until they stopped looking.
871107 Travis : You obviously have followed that more than I
871108 aegis1 : As I said, it is entertaining.
871109 Travis : I know that we can be "spoon fed" what they want us to believe, but I also believe that keeping things a secret is not easy
871110 aegis1 : let me know if your opinion solidifies about the Fed. I am interested in your thoughts.
871111 Travis : I assume that McVeigh was ticked off about Ruby Ridge and felt himself a patriot that would "get even"
871112 aegis1 : I believe it is easier to keep secrets with todays media.
871113 Travis : That's about as far as I take it, maybe I'm naive.....
871114 aegis1 : He was disaffected by the Army. He wanted to be a sniper, and could not cut it.
871115 Travis : are we talking media or fake news lol?
871116 aegis1 : Yes. You were redundant there..
871117 Travis : I have friends that believe that 911 was an inside job, I do not
871118 aegis1 : Nichols' Filipino wife had deep connections world-wide.
871119 Travis : I don't think we know all the details, I do not WANT or NEED to know it all....but to assume that Bush "knew" what was going to happen and was part of it I just can't believe
871120 aegis1 : I believe there is more to the story than we know. I am uneasy about World Trade 7s collapse.
871121 aegis1 : I'm a truth-seeker, so like to hear all sides. It is more interesting that a Spy movie to me.
871122 Travis : I've seen apologists for both sides, I believe it was terrorism, Al Qaeda, and plenty of fuel from the planes causing them to fall....again, I'm no expert
871123 aegis1 : Nor I .
871124 Travis : Definitely more to the story than we know.....without a doubt
871125 aegis1 : I follow the current Spygate and that is more than I can digest..
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