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Jul 29, 2005 2:55 pm

CNBC has a discussion going, I've got the voume down and cannot hear it.


The screen says that the organization that maintains the Do Not Call list--I think it's the Direct Marketing Association, something like that--wants $1 to remove the name of a dead person from the DNC list.


Why would it matter?  If your father dies are you going to send in $1 to the DMA along with a letter asking that he be removed from the DNC list?

Jul 29, 2005 3:12 pm

Good question...I'll have to ponder that over the weekend.  Keep up the good work over there Put; sounds like you are really earning your keep today.  Also keep us all informed of any other deep thought provoking questions you may have would you please.


By the way, what is your response to what our resident on-line shrink has to say about you?   

Jul 29, 2005 3:19 pm
Malcolm:

Good question...I'll have to ponder that over the weekend.  Keep up the good work over there Put; sounds like you are really earning your keep today.  Also keep us all informed of any other deep thought provoking questions you may have would you please.


By the way, what is your response to what our resident on-line shrink has to say about you?   



On line shrik?  Where, when, who?


Jul 29, 2005 3:46 pm

I kind of enjoy you spicing up the board lately but I gotta say I think she nailed you.  Go check it out.  It's here somewhere and it is a long post. 

Jul 29, 2005 3:58 pm
Malcolm:

I kind of enjoy you spicing up the board lately but I gotta say I think she nailed you.  Go check it out.  It's here somewhere and it is a long post. 


Kind of enjoy?  Go ahead and admit it.  Go write it on a wall somewhere in day-glo paint, "I am addicted to the Registered Rep Rookies Forum, and that guy--whoever he is--that makes my day worthwhile."


As for that long post you're referencing.  I used the roller button on my mouse to scroll down it and saw that it was longer than War and Peace and decided that my time was better spent serving others.


Are you saying that you actually wasted enough time to read it?

Jul 29, 2005 7:56 pm

You are quite the servant Put..... But remember this, you can't possibly be a servant because you THINK you are a master.

Jul 30, 2005 1:15 am
July 28:

Kind of enjoy?  Go ahead and admit it.  Go write it on a
wall somewhere in day-glo paint, "I am addicted to the Registered Rep
Rookies Forum, and that guy--whoever he is--that makes my day worthwhile."





Yes, in the same way that the Court Jester provided comedic distractions to the King....