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5 years 29 weeks ago, 6:57 AM

Manny G

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Mortgage Bankers

Now mortgage bankers think they are going to fool Americans again. The Banks are offering low rates for low priced homes unfortuately most Americans do not qualify...

These Bankers, Wall St, AIG and the rest of them must be lined up in front of Americans...

Are you Ready?

The party is Over!!!

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5 years 29 weeks ago, 12:38 PM

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is that you have this aura of superiority. You think you know more than anyone else. You don't participate in a discussion--you give lectures in which you chastise your audience. The thing is, you have never demonstrated any particular expertise in anything you've said. Your posts are neither insightful nor helpful in increasing the knowledge of gunslot members about the issues raised. They are, in a word, pedantic at best and a nails-on-chalkboard screed at worst. You have demonstrated zero knowledge about firearms (Hint: That's the subject of this board!) and you certainly have not endeared yourself to any other members here by remaining on your creaky soapbox.

In other words, who the fuck are you to come here and lecture anybody about anything? Your wasting your time here--and ours.

"All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing." - Edmund Burke
5 years 29 weeks ago, 1:00 PM

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manny

instead of soapboxing like you always try to do.why not discuss what you the sheeple should be doing in times like this.things like signing up for welfare,going to food banks,buying big screen tv's,protesting on behalf of Acorn,etc.

5 years 29 weeks ago, 1:38 PM

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greasy-manny-schuyler

I have tried this approach with Manny. Manny does not want to learn anything. From my observations, people that spout unsubtantiated clauses do not understand most of what they are saying, they hear from someone who is a superior and thus take it as gospel. I think Manny could learn something here, but I doubt his cult would allow it.

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5 years 29 weeks ago, 4:41 PM

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Manny

have you ever heard the tech term GIGO from the time of the Apple IIe era?
it means (garbage in and garbage out) that is what your posts remind me of!!

"the thrill of the hunt"
5 years 29 weeks ago, 6:27 PM

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he works for a large credit union in Washington State. He narrowly missed getting laid off, but the employees voted to not get a pay raise this year so that everyone could stay. I've actually learned quite a bit from him over the last few years. BTW, he is far from rich and very likely has zero net worth.

There is money available at quite good interest rates. Banner bank (in the Pacific Northwest) has quite a bit of money at 3.875%, the lowest I've ever seen. Most any bank these days has money in the 4-5% range. You have to have 20% down and you have to have a good credit score, but it is possible.

People claiming this is so bad are not remembering their history, including recent history. I moved in 1979 to Kingston (WA) and the lowest interest rate I could get was 10.125%. In the next two years: 1980-1981 the unemployment rate was over 10%. So when people say 'we're in a depression' I think back to 1980 and say, 'You're not remembering this very well.' In the Great Depression unemployment was 25%. Now it's above 7% barely. I know things are not peachy right now, but claiming the sky is falling is a bit much.

"All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing." - Edmund Burke
5 years 29 weeks ago, 8:16 AM

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Well let me set the record straight.

I am gainfully employed, (Thank God)... I am a Gun shop owner and business is booming because smart American are afraid home robberies will rise as unemployment rises even higher.

I am not bitter...however I am observing disturbing events happening as you read this all across America.

How can Americans just sit back and allow the Federal Reserve, AIG, World Bank, Wall Street take Trillions of your dollars and walk away?

Everyday I hear stories of sweet old ladies being thrown out into the street when the bank takes over the home she lived in for 15 years.

I also hear stories of bankers throwing whole families into the cold streets up North during winter storms. Bankers are cold blooded.

Since Americans are allowing bankers to get away with this crime against humanity... I guess they are OK with it.

This is really SAD...and makes me so angry I punch the wall pretending its a Mortgage Banker CEO, AIG executive, World Bank Executive, Federal Reserve Executive....

Thank you
5 years 29 weeks ago, 9:53 AM

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the record was not set by your pathetic attempt at lecture. You assume too much in your ramblings. I believe you are no better than those you chastise. Banks are profit driven, it seems you understand this. But have you ever stoppepd and thought why they are profit driven? The share holders (the "ordinary" people) demand a return on their investment. We as a society have forgotten patience. To single out corporations is asinine at best. We the American people are responsible for the situation we are in. We can accept it and fix it, or just keep pointing fingers like you. So when you say the banks reposses the house, you have to say the shareholders of the bank repossesed the house, and how do we know if the home owner was deliquent in their payments? If the banks did not reposses the house, we would inch closer to a socialist regime. Manny, I am getting tired of trying to help you think.
Your ego has destroyed any credibility you might have had. I know you will not respond to this commentary.

clint

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5 years 29 weeks ago, 8:06 AM

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the majority of the fools that voted for these democrats don't know shit from Shinola about how the world works. If they did, there would be no bail outs. There would be no hand out. The natural order of business would be allowed to take place and these companies that weren't profitable would be in bankruptcy, where they should be. But since the government sees fit to not allow natural business to take place, we the people have to foot the bill for these fat cat businesses that ran themselves into the ground at full throttle. All of us who were dead set against this were so few in numbers that they had little opposition to these bail outs. Now we have to live with it. The majority rules unfortunately. It just so happens that the majority of the people in the good ole US of A are a bunch of stumbling, brainless drones who wouldn't know a hedge fund if someone shoved ten of them right up a democrats lazy ass. It is sad, but I think that our country is fucked. At least for a long while, until we can find us another Ronald Reagan to come in a kick the shit outta these pinko, commie bastards and send them back to Hell where they belong.

Go ahead punk, Make My Day!
5 years 29 weeks ago, 8:20 AM

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I confess, I voted for

I confess, I voted for Obama..

I am embarrassed I voted for him after I witness a photo of him bowing down to a Saudi King like he wanted to kiss his feet..

I am so embarrassed. I am sorry America for wasting my precious vote...

I currently walk around with my head down in shame.

I bow down to no one... PERIOD.. because its a disgrace.

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5 years 29 weeks ago, 8:33 AM

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Manny

Are you that stupid?

You contradicted yourself in that post. You say :"I bow down to no one...PERIOD..because its a disgrace." but you also said: "I currently walk around with my head down in shame." That IS bowing!!

clint

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5 years 29 weeks ago, 8:54 AM

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bankers.....

I have my opinions on the state of the economy right now, and I'm keeping them to myself. LOL! This isn't due to a fear of debate, I actually try to keep an open mind. I feel that knowledge is power and am willing to learn something new. I am however to tired to debate intellectually at this time. HOWEVER, in reply to mannys rants about bankers, let me add this. I am enployed, but was having some severe financial problems (due to a reason i won't discuss) and fell behind on my morgage payments. And I must say that the bank that holds my morgage went above and beyond to work out a solution that didn't involve eviction. So, when you start preaching about being tossed out in the streets, try and learn all the sides of the story. As my grandfather always said," theirs your side of the story, theirs my side of the story, and then their is what really happened.".

__________________ "...He that hath no sword, let him sell his garment and buy one." - Jesus, Luke 22:36
5 years 29 weeks ago, 9:19 AM

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Your grandfather is/was a wise man. It is interesting to listen to people make up stories for what happened. Almost everyone does it. It takes a man like your grandfather with great resolve to relay actual events, and then, there might be some "facts" that were missed. I am glad to hear your bank worked with you. I hope you are getting "back on your feet" financially.

clint

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5 years 29 weeks ago, 9:42 AM

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Manny G (Go Away)

By voting for "Obama" You are part of the problem. You cannot undo your vote. You are a stupid person and quit lecturing us. Most of us saw through this rogue Messiah and voted otherwise. You ramble and lecture, you incite and are a pain in the ass. Please just go away or I will have you blocked from the sight.
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5 years 29 weeks ago, 12:54 AM

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Manny G

You are not a gun shop owner. You are a fucktard. I doubt you are even a gun owner. I have an idea. Throw the rope over the rafters, tie it off, get on your soapbox, put the other end over your neck, and kick your soapbox away.

"I have always been a soldier. I have known no other life. The calling of arms, I have followed from boyhood. I have never sought another." From The Virtues of War, by Steven Pressfield.

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