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  1. HuskerNBigD

    Harrison Beck

    He also self-reviewed his now defunct cleanosaur company. What a total wash up, has been. I give him credit for taking the time to write all that up, granted I'm not sure he had much else to do.
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    Colorado Tickets

    I’m flying in from Dallas.
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    Harrison Beck

    So he’s over the maid service? Damn, really thought that thing was gonna grow legs.
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    Things That Happened - Iowa Edition

    Seems like something a bored 16 year old would tweet...just craving that attention and just as quick to respond to all ~10 responses.
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    don't grab the mcdonalds employee

    "Officers arrested Taylor shortly after when they received a call about an unarmed robbery nearby and recognized him from the video, police said." Meth is a hell of a drug!
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    don't grab the mcdonalds employee

    Sounds like he was arrested after an attempted robbery?
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    don't grab the mcdonalds employee

    f#&% that guy. I'm with @Moiraine - let her get after him. He deserved everything he had coming. Based on this article, he then later went on to kick another female employee. Real winner right there! https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2019/01/02/police-florida-mcdonalds-worker-defends-self-straw-fight-video/2467553002/?utm_source=feedblitz&utm_medium=FeedBlitzRss&utm_campaign=usatodaycomnation-topstories
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    Huskers Fighting Big Trend

    I mean, we hit Georgia pretty good and took some guys from SEC country (Tenn, Ala, Kentucky). Yeah, our Florida recruiting could've been better but we still hit the deep-south.
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    The BIG in Bowls

    I do not like to live vicariously through other conference mate's bowl success, especially when we're not contributing. That is very SEC-like.
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    The Trump Economy

    Absolutely - that could be an explanation. It also tends to get pretty thin right around holidays - especially Thanksgiving and Christmas.
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    The Trump Economy

    Sadly, most of his followers don't have the means to buy. One thing to pay attention to is the likelihood that the sell-off has been exacerbated by two things. A) the prevalence of index investing and HFT/ quant hedge funds has proliferated the idea of momentum investing. B) Some investors may be taking the opportunity to take some losses off the table near YE so that they can wash some of the earlier gains. While there has been an uptick in volatility and steep sell-off, fundamentally the economy is still solid - especially relative to the rest of the world. However, if the market does not bounce back by mid-January, there might be greater issues to deal with. At that point, seasonality and trend-following investing will no longer be able to be used as excuses. Super low volume.
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    The Trump Economy

    It is almost as if China was a lot more strategic in their retaliatory tariffs. Hitting Trump where it hurts, his constituents.
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    S&P reached a record high in January

    Unless, of course, those old guards haven't contributed and the deep knowledge only amounts to them figuring out a way to line their own pockets. If anything, the house would be where a non-term limit would make a bit more sense, given that there are far more of them than senators. If you don't limit the senate terms, you could theoretically have two individuals from the same state control those positions for decades. Just playing devil's advocate.
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    S&P reached a record high in January

    Goes back to what the Oracle of Omaha has always argued..... Congressional members should have term limits.