Oneal

Three Rivers, MI

#44 Mar 29, 2013
Batch 37 Pain Is Good wrote:
<quoted text>Are you a "brown person"? You at the trailer residence of the Lakes?.....
He just pulled his head out of his butt for the first time.
Batch 37 Pain Is Good

Brighton, MI

#45 Mar 29, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
I've been to both Holland and Germany, where my forefathers came from....could possibly live in either, but would'nt because of the cold there....plus don't care for Europoes open immigration....love the food and the spirits of the people, especially in Duetschland.....
Why you haten on the limited liberty of the Europeans...... That is what you want here.... Move.....

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#46 Mar 29, 2013
Batch 37 Pain Is Good wrote:
<quoted text>Why you haten on the limited liberty of the Europeans...... That is what you want here.... Move.....
Why would you ever say that? What do you even mean?
pipedream

Grand Blanc, MI

#47 Mar 29, 2013
The bitch been smoke some bad Batch 37.

lol
Really

Kalamazoo, MI

#48 Mar 29, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text>..I know you get off by disagreeing with me, and that's okay....but, stop lying and purposely twisting the reality of the economy....PLEASE...BUY A PROPER NEWSPAPER AND READ THE BUSINESS SECTION THOROGHLY....If you insist on consistantly replying negatively about the economy of this nation,......PLEASE DO NOT RESPOND TO MY POSTS.....
http://www.bea.gov/newsrelease s/national/gdp/gdpnewsrelease. htm Now...if you are NOT willing to go look at this website, SHUT UP about your knowledge. You might try looking at something besides the BBC for your financial information on how the country is actually doing. I know, however, that you will ignore this website because it presents the ACTUAL numbers, not the Obama made up numbers that you so happily parrot day in and day out.

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#49 Mar 29, 2013
U.S. ECONOMY....RECOVERY IS PICKING UP STEAM...3-13-13, Tribune Washington Bureau...New data show U.S. economic rebound is further along, and more robust, than analysts predicted....Piece by piece, evidence has begun to accumulate that after four years of lackluster performance, the U.S. economy is on track for stronger growth than many people had expected......The latest support for that view comes from data on consumer spending, which grew at a surprising quick pace in February, pushed upward by robust demand for cars and building materials......The report this week from the Commerce Department came just a few days after employment figures showed faster improvement than most economists had projected, in large part because the strong rebound of the market for housing. A measure of first-time unemployment claims fell to a five-year low last week.....The Great Recession of 2007-08, the steepest downturn since the 1930's, has been followed by a slow and bumpy recovery. Economists have been divided on whether growth would accelerate, as it has......................
Ginger

Holland, MI

#50 Mar 29, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
U.S. ECONOMY....RECOVERY IS PICKING UP STEAM...3-13-13, Tribune Washington Bureau...New data show U.S. economic rebound is further along, and more robust, than analysts predicted....Piece by piece, evidence has begun to accumulate that after four years of lackluster performance, the U.S. economy is on track for stronger growth than many people had expected......The latest support for that view comes from data on consumer spending, which grew at a surprising quick pace in February, pushed upward by robust demand for cars and building materials......The report this week from the Commerce Department came just a few days after employment figures showed faster improvement than most economists had projected, in large part because the strong rebound of the market for housing. A measure of first-time unemployment claims fell to a five-year low last week.....The Great Recession of 2007-08, the steepest downturn since the 1930's, has been followed by a slow and bumpy recovery. Economists have been divided on whether growth would accelerate, as it has..........
We're experiencing record sales at Haworth this spring.
Unprecedented for this time of year.
10 hour days, 8 hour Saturdays and volunteer Sundays.
Yep, the economy sure sucks.

Richard Head

Caledonia, MI

#51 Mar 29, 2013
Ginger wrote:
<quoted text>
We're experiencing record sales at Haworth this spring.
Unprecedented for this time of year.
10 hour days, 8 hour Saturdays and volunteer Sundays.
Yep, the economy sure sucks.
If you really care about the economy and our country you would do more good if you would move some where else. You my fat bottom friend are a waste of oxygen. And I'm trying my best to be nice.

Since: Mar 09

Grandville, MI

#52 Mar 29, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text>..I know you get off by disagreeing with me, and that's okay....but, stop lying and purposely twisting the reality of the economy....PLEASE...BUY A PROPER NEWSPAPER AND READ THE BUSINESS SECTION THOROGHLY....If you insist on consistantly replying negatively about the economy of this nation,......PLEASE DO NOT RESPOND TO MY POSTS.....
Maybe you should do the same, and stop with your filthy trash mouth reply's to her post's!
You have really been posting some trashy comments to "really", and you should apologize for them!
You are a sick person!
I hope you seek help!
You need it!
Really

Kalamazoo, MI

#53 Mar 29, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
U.S. ECONOMY....RECOVERY IS PICKING UP STEAM...3-13-13, Tribune Washington Bureau...New data show U.S. economic rebound is further along, and more robust, than analysts predicted....Piece by piece, evidence has begun to accumulate that after four years of lackluster performance, the U.S. economy is on track for stronger growth than many people had expected......The latest support for that view comes from data on consumer spending, which grew at a surprising quick pace in February, pushed upward by robust demand for cars and building materials......The report this week from the Commerce Department came just a few days after employment figures showed faster improvement than most economists had projected, in large part because the strong rebound of the market for housing. A measure of first-time unemployment claims fell to a five-year low last week.....The Great Recession of 2007-08, the steepest downturn since the 1930's, has been followed by a slow and bumpy recovery. Economists have been divided on whether growth would accelerate, as it has..........
Economists are still divided on whether the economy is recovering or slowing. No one can agree. Doesn't mean you are wrong or I am wrong. Apparently you don't like the GDP numbers which are another indicator of what the economy is doing. your problem, not mine. And the housing? It's a bubble, per a few realtor friends of mine.

Since: Mar 09

Grandville, MI

#54 Mar 29, 2013
Really wrote:
<quoted text>Economists are still divided on whether the economy is recovering or slowing. No one can agree. Doesn't mean you are wrong or I am wrong. Apparently you don't like the GDP numbers which are another indicator of what the economy is doing. your problem, not mine. And the housing? It's a bubble, per a few realtor friends of mine.
Go Blue has the blinders on!
he / she is a racist!
No need to take them seriously,'

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#55 Mar 30, 2013
Ginger wrote:
<quoted text>
We're experiencing record sales at Haworth this spring.
Unprecedented for this time of year.
10 hour days, 8 hour Saturdays and volunteer Sundays.
Yep, the economy sure sucks.
What type of business is Haworth?...I know new housing and auto sales are booming, down here....I just get sad, that so many want to cry about our economic reality, solely because it's in their political party's interests....that is a headshaker....
Bob

Big Rapids, MI

#56 Mar 30, 2013
Batch 37 Pain Is Good wrote:
<quoted text>Are you a "brown person"? You at the trailer residence of the Lakes?.....
What's your basis for thinking I live in the campground?

Or are you just Don Young's twin brother?
Oneal

Grand Rapids, MI

#57 Mar 30, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> What type of business is Haworth?...I know new housing and auto sales are booming, down here....I just get sad, that so many want to cry about our economic reality, solely because it's in their political party's interests....that is a headshaker....
What? I'm stoked as hell to see areas of the economy turning around finally. Not real fond of food stamp recipients skyrocketing over the last four years however, and the latest jobs report still shows dismal numbers below that which Obama promised if allowed to waste 800 billion. The fed has printed so much devalued money that a dollar is practically worthless now.

The housing boom is great too, until you consider a house worth 200k a decade ago dropped to being worth about 80k and now has only gone back up to about 130k. It's improvement, but it's not where we were, and nothing to be stroking Obama, or getting mad at people who are still unhappy with how we're going about recovering.

Signs of recovery are awesome, and to a degree I think you have a point about people, for political reasons, not wanting to recognize those signs. But for the "sunny skies" folks, who, for equally political reasons, are pretending that everything is incredible thanks to Obama, you're just as much of a frustration.
Ginger

Holland, MI

#58 Mar 30, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> What type of business is Haworth?...I know new housing and auto sales are booming, down here....I just get sad, that so many want to cry about our economic reality, solely because it's in their political party's interests....that is a headshaker....
Office furniture.
Usually for the first two or three months of the year we're really slow and there are numerous shorter weeks due to lack of work.
It doesn't have as much to do with the economy as just being the nature of the industry.
This year however, there has been no let up whatsoever in orders pouring in.

pipedream

Grand Blanc, MI

#59 Mar 30, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> What type of business is Haworth?...I know new housing and auto sales are booming, down here....I just get sad, that so many want to cry about our economic reality, solely because it's in their political party's interests....that is a headshaker....
Course when you're stuck in part-time jobs at Subway or as assistant manager at the Dollar store things don't compute either. Really, Vox, Jimbob Glandville, Phil aka rob, linda, tom, dick hairy and all the others, and bitch would be able to tell you first hand.
Really

Kalamazoo, MI

#60 Mar 30, 2013
pipedream wrote:
<quoted text>
Course when you're stuck in part-time jobs at Subway or as assistant manager at the Dollar store things don't compute either. Really, Vox, Jimbob Glandville, Phil aka rob, linda, tom, dick hairy and all the others, and bitch would be able to tell you first hand.
At least we are working, unlike you who sits in mommy's basement and pretends to be brave. By the way, I work at Haworth as well. Not that it's any of your business little boy.
Rob

United States

#61 Mar 30, 2013
pipedream wrote:
<quoted text>Course when you're stuck in part-time jobs at Subway or as assistant manager at the Dollar store things don't compute either. Really, Vox, Jimbob Glandville, Phil aka rob, linda, tom, dick hairy and all the others, and bitch would be able to tell you first hand.
Do you call yourself pipedream because all you dream about is the pipe Jason? Just answer the question!!! I'm waiting!!! Hmm, hmm, hmm

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#62 Mar 30, 2013
Ginger wrote:
<quoted text>
Office furniture.
Usually for the first two or three months of the year we're really slow and there are numerous shorter weeks due to lack of work.
It doesn't have as much to do with the economy as just being the nature of the industry.
This year however, there has been no let up whatsoever in orders pouring in.
...That is great local economic success....wish more people, would be more honest about the current economic trends....even the devalued dollar talk seem's bewildering as it is currently at a high exchange rate againest the euro, pound and yen....so, what up?.....Ginger, don't you have a quiet time, generally around the holidays?.....here in Florida, the snowbirds effect the markt activity....

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#63 Mar 30, 2013
pipedream wrote:
<quoted text>
Course when you're stuck in part-time jobs at Subway or as assistant manager at the Dollar store things don't compute either. Really, Vox, Jimbob Glandville, Phil aka rob, linda, tom, dick hairy and all the others, and bitch would be able to tell you first hand.
Don't laugh, it could happen to the best of us......i tracked down a old flame from highschool....she lived in Texas, worked at a Dollar Tree and talked in this alcoholic, Lucille Ball at the end, kind of gravelly voice.....eek......

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