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This doesn't mean you can't have small groupings of particular species or cultivars, just avoid those truly massive displays.

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Great stuff. Your explanation is very impressive to give detail idea to readers.

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So when LA signed him a weeks ago, I originally liked the idea of a guy like Barnes. He and Ron-Ron would make the perfect platoon defense against the likes of LeBron, Pierce, Melo and KD. We're talking 12 fouls of intense non-stop defense. Constant pressure that eventually would wear down some of the best offensive forwards int the NBA.... Good from far.

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I have been talking about this subject a lot lately with my father so hopefully this will get him to see my point of view. Fingers crossed!

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I have a theory that you have made the font so small that we will all have to be 2 inches from our radioactive monitors to read this post. Does typepad have a bigger font than this microfiche font?

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I have a theory that you have made the font so small that we will all have to be 2 inches from our radioactive monitors to read this post. Does typepad have a bigger font than this microfiche font?

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Very informative post. Looking more to something similar to this.

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The risk of this hour in transit was trivial. You can tell by comparing it with a normal activity - eating a banana.

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article that appeared good enough to be read so that adds to knowledge when reading

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Elliott Life, I checked out the site, lots of great info.  As to starting Yelnick up again, I am focused on venture capital and blog occasionally at bullpencap.com.  My current take is this: 
we have been in a large triangle since Feb, a running triangle (B larger than A), now in leg Dthe first test of the triangle was bottoming in June above the prior low pointthe second, to come, is topping below the May "Osama bin Laden" peak of leg B
If this is what happens, we would be in the leg D summer rally, and then break down in a fall dip, followed by a final thrust up to new highs sometime in 2012, possibly peaking as early as January.  


Sometimes the leg D rally seems strong, and then some news event (like a Greek default) jinks the markets down in leg E, which peters out in force and the prior strong trend resumes.  As part of all of this, economic news is likely bottoming right now, so we should see better news over the next six months, helping continue (or in socioeconomics terms coincident with) the thrust up.  

Elliott Life

Yelnick, you should start another markets blog.

Things may be about to heat back up in stocks.

A guy named McVerry has started a nice Elliott wave summary report if anyone is interested in charts at

http://www.mcverryreport.com (just a link not spam)

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I have a theory that you have made the font so small that we will all have to be 2 inches from our radioactive monitors to read this post. Does typepad have a bigger font than this microfiche font?

Good to hear you are back. Thanks for ruining my love of bananas.

At least I still have my love of the markets! :)

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