I enjoyed your story. and most of all it
sustained my interest because it was both humorous and informative. I’ve
never been on a train ride and now that I’ve read your story, I’ll know
what to expect ... sort of.
Kind of happy to oblige.
Istanbul resident (j) is looking for business representation possibilites.
They have tiny names, in Istanbul.
hi my name is unknow ... i have a gun to your head ... you could see me..
And you sent your email address! How thoughtful. I have passed this information along to a number of third-party vendors who can help you with your problematically small penis.
Hello. Jesus loves YOU!
J ain’t got nothing on the Easter Bunny, who blew me in an alley once. I mean, I think it was the Easter Bunny ...
My god! What are you and why are you doing this??
Yay. The mail that wears me down is here. Yip.
what happened to the funny?
2008jul22. Currently kicking myself for not thinking of Cake Wrecks. The writing is swell, the cakes suck; win-win. Yeah, I used a semi-colon. I went there. You want a piece of me, shrimp scampi? Didn’t think so. ;;;;;
However, despite the long-term damage to the economy inflicted by the government’s interference in the housing market, the government’s policies of diverting capital to other uses creates a short-term boom in housing. Like all artificially-created bubbles, the boom in housing prices cannot last forever. When housing prices fall, homeowners will experience difficulty as their equity is wiped out. Furthermore, the holders of the mortgage debt will also have a loss. These losses will be greater than they would have otherwise been had government policy not actively encouraged over-investment in housing. [ ... ] Mr. Speaker, it is time for Congress to act to remove taxpayer support from the housing GSEs before the bubble bursts and taxpayers are once again forced to bail out investors misled by foolish government interference in the market.