• oyarde's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:38 PM
    32.57 last nite , 32.40 tonite, maybe it will get to 33
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    Yesterday, 02:24 PM
    I usually cant bring myself to sell a lot . So I buy a lot and sell a little. Gold coins pre 1930 in particular I dont like to part w/
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    Yesterday, 02:19 PM
    Um , we are not , it is more or less best of times now compared to wut future is bringing.
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    Yesterday, 10:37 AM
    I use nat gas so I like it more say 1 1/2. I did sell a lot of silv , junk silv and bullion only around 30 avg about 15 yrs ago , but muc of it I bougt 6 to 10. Reinvested some in gold and land
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    Yesterday, 04:19 AM
    This really doesn't tell us enough. Most tribal communities are anarchic, while some have rulers such as a king. Most have a chief, which is not the same as a ruler. A chief has no authority to order anyone to do anything. One more anecdotal datapoint demonstrating the shameful human predilection for the various corruptions this represents. Cowardice, evasion of responsibility for oneself on several levels, rank ignorance, avarice, and a willingness to bow to a king so long as one believes they are thereby safe, just to name a few. Captain Broken Record reiterates: Humans are a rotten breed of which there is little to recommend.
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    Yesterday, 03:54 AM
    They made fine work of it, too, considering the baggage the term now carries. It makes sense because anarchy is a euphemism for freedom. Each implies the other. Anarchism has become a clustercopulation, what with "ancom", "ancap", and all the other idiotic subdivisions. I'm in an anarchy group on FB and the youngins there are so woefully ignorant of the most basic sense, I don't think even a good beating with an iron bar would help them... though it might make me feel a little better. They never shut up about hierarchy and private property. They are some of the most anti-freedom sorts imaginable... the ancoms. The so-called ancaps are far more rational, but I still object to "ancap". You're either an anarchist or you are something else. There are no flavors of anarchy, just as there are no degrees of freedom, but only of servitude. The stupidity is wild-west epic. Those people leave me convinced at times that humanity is doomed to extinction for a lack of the most basic sense. Ancaps are very selective in their definitions such that it's impossible to have a rational conversation with them. I'd laugh them off, but there's a dangerous edge in their tone. Mass executions by rulers past become more understandable, given what I see on a daily basis. The stupid stand to drag everyone into the maw of hell. What does one do when rational and open-minded discourse becomes impossible due to the intransigence of stoopid people?
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    Yesterday, 03:12 AM
    So basically Russia has won. I never thought I'd side with Russia on anything, given what those bastards did to my family, but here I am. Not really siding with them, I suppose, but certainly seeing things from their perspective. That the western Euros went for the nonsense doled by USA tells us something. I'm not sure they can be so bottomlessly stupid as to willingly go for this crap, given the last two disastrous wars. That leaves coercion in the form of "you will kowtow or we pull every penny for NATO and take our nukes and other materiel home. What's it gonna be?" An end to US NATO funding would spell the end of the EU as a neo-communist bloc, unless of course they were to choose not to maintain a military deterrent against Russia, in which case they either suck Putin's willie to evade his aggression, or Vlad marches in and takes it all, which I'm not convinced he'd do. One would hope Russia learned the lessons of their wild traipse into wholesale, ham-fisted stupidity during the soviet era. OTOH, one can never really be sure about such things where humans and political power come into question, so I suppose it's really all just a great big crap shoot.
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    05-19-2024, 09:30 PM
    I dont ave any bullion over 30 - 32 , once it gets 30 or so I only buy coins .An Unc Morgan is going to cras less tan a round if silv drops 5 or 10 bucks . I dont ave any gold bullion over 2k, I mostly buy pre 33 gold smaller tan 5 doll ,, no negative effects tere if gold drops
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    05-19-2024, 07:28 PM
    Well , ya but dollars been fucked and weve been 3rd world inflation for 3 yrs so, Americans are so slow , good to see learning curve picking up but Im finally wealty and now I dont want to buy any junk for sale out tere.Glad Ive been doing some fun along te way.
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    05-19-2024, 11:51 AM
    As often, I have no idea what you're talking about.
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    05-19-2024, 10:39 AM
    ***** pride mont will remain unrecognized on Oyardes lands
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    05-19-2024, 10:37 AM
    Ya well it is maryland , no suprise 2 of 3 judges would want to force it on public scool system
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    05-19-2024, 10:20 AM
    https://freedomisobvious.blogspot.com/2020/07/free-culture-is-warrior-culture.html "When once a republic is corrupted, there is no possibility of remedying any of the growing evils but by removing the corruption and restoring its lost principles; every other correction is either useless or a new evil" -Thomas Jefferson For better than thirty years I have been telling this to people, at times with nodding heads in response, at others with glazed stares. On far more occasions than I care to recall, people of a certain bent would launch into a diatribe at me about how violence is never the solution, even though I never mention the dreaded "v-word". That's not to say I feel that violence is a universal evil as some do, because I don't. As with all things, violence has its place. However, it must also be noted that as with hatred, a little goes a very long way, but let me not digress so early on. The American republic has problems. Some will say our troubles root in the faults of our architecture. This is certainly a valid point, for our Constitution carries with it the DNA for the death of the republic for which it stands as blueprint. The power to tax is perhaps the greatest of these faults of design, but such flaws cannot bear the full measure of blame for the ways in which we have devolved as a people over the past two hundred years. By far the great proportion of culpability lies with we, the glorious people.
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  • oyarde's Avatar
    05-19-2024, 09:14 AM
    54 billion ? cmon man, a 1/2 day of congress costs more than 54 billion sometimes, Oyarde grades as insignificant ( so far) LOL
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    05-19-2024, 09:09 AM
    gold at 2400 3 times before laggard silv made 30 amazing, at 31.58 now ,gold up to 2422.60 at one point friday, i can sell any ive bougt since 2008 or before and be positive. finally adding some of inflation.
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    05-18-2024, 08:25 PM
    sandwic cant even be a sandwic unless clearly marked w/ Earldom of Sandwic official crest, clearly tacos are not sandwices. Court as been over ruled on Great Oyardes lands , also proud to serve no alal, koser foods on said lands
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    05-16-2024, 04:57 PM
    NPR was going on about how Fico is the Slovak counterpart of Trump and that the gunman "acted alone", all this just hours after the fact. That NPR crystal ball must really be something.
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    05-16-2024, 11:39 AM
    To me it has always been obvious it was a CIA op , Americans know the CIA does not work for them. What Americans dont know is who they do work for. Govt doesnt plan on letting anyone know. Your take seems valid to me.
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    05-16-2024, 05:30 AM
    Today we speak briefly and in broad strokes for the sake of something upon which to cognitively chew. The quality of our material lives is largely determined by ratios. This is especially so in all things economic, where affordability is a key factor. The ability of someone to purchase a given product or service rests primarily with his ability to afford, all else equal. The ability to afford is primarily a question of the ratio of one's disposable reserves to price. In recent decades, that ratio has fallen, at times sharply as a consequence of economic "events" of a decidedly non-organic nature, the latest having been the disruption of economic supply chains caused by the nearly universal global responses of "governments" to the so-called "pandemic". By the way, I view such unwavering uniformity with deep suspicion. Few things human take on this character. As the ratio of reserves to price falls, the ability to afford even basics for daily life becomes ever more deeply strained. Many people do not see this simple relationship, largely due to a dangerous lack of education in basic economics†, and also in part to the vast oceans of noise with which the average man is now bombarded on a minute-by-minute basis. The signal to noise RATIO (<-- there's that word again) is now dangerously low. People on the average are now so beset with problems, most of each of which may be low in intensity, but with numbers of them legion, that they are overwhelmed such that basic living has become an overbearing burden with stresses in every nook and cranny of their daily lives. And of course, none of this is natural. Nearly every shred of it is artificially imposed upon us by those in power. The currently prevailing conditions of stress serve to keep vast proportions (another reference to ratios) of people off-balance as they struggle to move from one moment to the next in even the simplest of life's endeavors. Keeping people's eyes focused on the ground between their feet keeps those eyes off the so-called "elite" enough to allow the latter to continue their ultimately destructive machinations. To all appearances, these endeavors of power are intended to enrich those in power in one manner or another at the expense of the rest. It is so because the political class want it all for themselves, and therefore choose to see the circumstance of humanity on the whole as a zero-sum game. For Themme (those in material power), there is no other way to view things, and the attitude and decision to take the world as a zero-sum affair arises generally not of naive ignorance, but of informed (though perhaps tacit) awareness and the deliberate will to make things so, often under their purposeful subscription to delusional notions of the "greater good" to which they attach themselves, that they may proceed under the psychotic belief that they are doing good for all. It is further instructive to note the damning nature of the fact that such people never include themselves on the list of those to get the short shrift. Somehow, and however tacitly, they always find themselves on the beneficiary side of the dividing line.
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    05-15-2024, 09:09 PM
    Only watched the first five minutes, but in that time it seems the situation has been a bit over-simplified. "Seventy five thousand bombs...", OOoooo... Firstly, I don't trust either party to the door, but we have to start somewhere. Thus far there is no evidence beyond reputation to suggest that the initial attack by Hamas was the result of Israeli machinations. If appearances reflect truth, then I can only ask what would YOU do, were you in Israel's position? Personally, I would have no hesitation to wipe the people of Gaza from the earth, all else equal. If Israel was "up to something" that purposefully precipitated the attack, then fie on them and let them burn to the man. But in the absence of evidence, I cannot fault Israel's response, as horrible as the results have been. They've had enough of the bullshit, I suspect. Who wants to blow up at the market on a Tuesday morning? Nobody, I suspect, who is not mentally deranged. And infants in microwaves? Is that also a lie peddled by Jooz? The information war is a disaster area such that basically nobody's word can be taken on faith and all the evidence or lack thereof serves only to make the landscape non-readable to sensible men. Between this load of bullshit, that between Russia and Ukraine, and all the other wild and wooley idiocies that beset this world, it is a wonder to my mind that things have not flown apart already. The worst of it all is that we have chosen this mess - or rather, a small subset of humanity has foisted virtually all human disaster upon the rest and, even more sadly, that remainder has idly allowed it. The Israelis have no obligation to temper their response to the attack, so all this talk against them is a steaming mountainous pile, IMO. Demanding they do so is like demanding that the man about to be murdered temper his defense reaction to his assailant. It is idiotic, prima facie, not to mention its moral depravity. Nobody owes their life to another and no nation owes its existence to another. These calls for temperance are themselves evidence of a deep soul-cancer in those who make them. My pity on both sides goes to the children who have done nothing to deserve what has been doled to them.
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    05-15-2024, 05:38 AM
    It would seem either you missed my point, or have consciously skirted it. As in not succeeding or not failing? I'd rather not assume your meaning. Over production is, all else equal, a microeconomic decision based on that sweet spot on the efficiency curve. One can "over produce" and still make optimal profit and serve the market with equal efficiency. It all really turns on how one views these things. Use the right standard and saving the lives of sick children can be convincingly peddled as some brand of ultimate evil.
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    05-14-2024, 07:13 AM
    new inflation report out tomorrow from propaganda ministry as we settle into yr 3 of third world inflation , US producer prices increase in Apr
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    05-13-2024, 11:01 AM
    Rumors are Clark Co guy and family crime spree even looted fire departments, evidently someone needs to be doing books every qtr
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    05-12-2024, 08:12 PM
    Americas mistakes now add up to more tan can be afforded.
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    05-12-2024, 06:58 PM
    AF is correct , no suprise tey go against citizens
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    05-12-2024, 05:40 PM
    2020 says 72 percent turnout biden by 16 percent, trump winning 7 counties , biden 14, 2.6 milion to 1.8 million w/ two counties flipping from GOP to dem. Considering weapons laws etc , NJ one of top most UnAmerocan states in union. Gonna take 2 1/2 million in NJ to do anyting, biden only up 2 1/2 percent over typical dem vote
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    05-12-2024, 05:35 PM
    so scotus believes a yr to be timely ?
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    05-12-2024, 11:16 AM
    If someone is throwing millions at me, I will not step out of the way. Au contraire, mon ami. When I did my MBA we did endless case studies on precisely this issue. The fact is that what one company is able to accomplish, others cannot. It tends to be a subtle and often complicated interplay of factors. The bottom line is that the big automakers may well be unable to pull off a Tesla. I would add that just because Tesla is doing well now, as the scam that is the EV begins to unravel, Tesla may find itself heading for ultimate doom.
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    05-11-2024, 03:48 PM
    Ya . only gasoline option left are corvettes or trucks , only two cars , volt and caddie all built in same electric plant are rumors I got.
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    05-11-2024, 01:25 PM
    Tenn looks off w/ 10 percent sales tax also 1/2 states tax food and 1/2 dont, some tax precious metals and coins and some dont. Mine , none of it
    2 replies | 509 view(s)
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