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My pirate T-shirt is getting very thin. Bought the year I moved to the Keys.

That symbol, some version of a Pirate's Flag, was discreetly applied to a lot of things I owned back then. Boat, motorcycle, truck, mailbox, address labels, flag...

Discreetly. If you know me you would probably not remember it.

Regardless, I finally changed my avatar for the first time. I see all these moving one, and played with them. Have a couple very trippy ones downloaded. But they had nothing to do with me. Other than, they were trippy for a few moments. That is what I love about Chris Howell. akaTuna Can. back to topic

Turning 45 in July, put "A Pirate Looks at 40" back on my IPod. May or may not listen to it. But if I don't, a cell phone picture of my T-shirt as I wear it tonight will suffice.

'Made enough money to buy Miami' is stretching the truth a bit...

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My dog is the biggest wimp. Scared of everything, to the point where it makes her miss out on things.

Last night it was Chobani yogurt. She was obviously wanting some, so I tilted the cup towards her. As silly as it sounds, that freaks her out. But I have been working on that, and so at first she just backed away. "It's OK Piper." She came closer, tasted it, got tempted and ignored the perception of 'danger' for awhile. But then for no apparent reason backed away again. Then she growled at it. That was not enough, so she barked. Then she progressed to jumping and barking, then spinning in a tight circle, as if playing, but jumping and barking. The whole time I just held the cup still.

There it was, but she could not have it, because she was afraid of something. And in that moment I understood both of us a little better.

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I wonder if some day it will be proven that Fibonacci showed the by-product of MP?

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IPO Bankers Become Frogs in Hot Water Amid China Market Halt - Bloomberg


There really is a Disney World.

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Price tested the overhead excess at roughy 7:30am. and responded with a 30+ tick reversal. That zone runs up into the 94 area, and then on the daily the pressure starts picking back up again extending to roughly 94.50. My blended view has created a resistence slop zone that is all over the place this morning.

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The ES move down last week started a reversal up right at a near perfect measued move forming an C leg.

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Earnings kicks off tonight. What impact will that have on today's price?


Per Bloomberg;

Nigerian Attacks

Nigeria’s Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta said on April 3 it would resume attacks in the country after its suspected leader, Henry Okah, was sentenced to 24 years in prison in South Africa on terrorism charges. Okah denies being a leader of the group.

Attacks including kidnappings and bombings of installations by groups such as MEND reduced Nigeria’s oil output by more than 28 percent between 2006 and 2009, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.

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Watching this area closely. Also lines up with the edge of Friday's value in CL.

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Watching this area closely. Also lines up with the edge of Friday's value in CL.

very cool chart, is that nt?

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