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Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Billionaire Investor Buys Cow Dung Bank: Urges Investors to Follow: Says Cologne will solve problems: Tales From Normal, Mn.: FICTION

Just got the text this morning from Normal, Mn. that a local billionaire investor has made a huge investment in an ailing bank...one filled with corrupt management and riddled with a long history of illegal conduct...i.e a cow dung bank.

The moxie billionaire says that regular American investors should follow his lead...they should buy at the LOW. He promises some cologne that will solve the smelly history. Stay tuned as I follow this story.

Thursday, August 11, 2011

"Economic Development Committee Deleted: Jobs Department Created: Tales From Normal, Mn: FICTION

In modern times, Economic Development departments of cities NEVER create any jobs...they just create infrastructure that looks nice, but never results in any job creation....the reason for this is explained in the book called "NO LOGO" by Naomi Klein. As Americans, we want our companies to outsource all the jobs so we can concentrate only on the "branding."

I got the email today from the city council of Normal, Mn. that announced thus the deletion of the Economic Development committee, which to tell the truth was just the lackey of special interests anyway, and did nothing for the everyday citizen. The committee has been renamed the "Jobs Department" and in the bylaws it is prescribed that if any infrastructure project does not create CONTINUING jobs, it is NOT done.

Make a note of it.

85 Yr. Old Investor Still Plans on Holding for the "Long Term": Tales from Normal, Mn.: Fiction

In a truly inspiring story today, an 85 year old investor from Normal, Mn. tweeted that despite losing tons of money over the years in crashes, and despite getting puny returns for his investments, he still plans on holding his stocks cause his investment advisor told him that over the long term, it was the right thing to do.

I hope to interview this gentleman later today, and will pass on my findings. He is staying at the local nursing home in the "memory unit" on the third floor.