Twitter Digest: 2011-09-17

  • Tokyo in slow mode, on Vimeo: http://t.co/iElVjOJv ->
  • "Every junkie's like a setting sun." ->
  • ‚ÄúThis Is The Greatest Financial Crime In The History Of The World And No One Senior … Has Gone to Jail" http://t.co/ms1fewNj ->
  • I am told on good authority tonight that in Mexico tic-tac-toe is called "el gato". ->
  • Latest issue of the consistently superb prob & statistics newsletter Chance News – http://t.co/56fwBASw ->
  • "[O]n average Bill Gates and I can afford a new Rolls and a winter home in Provence." – Sam Savage, The Flaw of Averages ->
  • There's a nap for that. ->
  • My iPhone just autocorrected "cleantech" to "flea tech". Makes sense. ->
  • Ouch RT @BloombergNews: The Real Cost of Owning a Dog | http://t.co/uipWUOtE (via @BN_Money) ->
  • Nice RT @azeem: Leak: Zappos CEO Gives Employees Free Private Jet Service http://t.co/Whpu7OTk #yam ->

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Comments

  1. 9-Month Cycle says:

    I followed what the mainstream media would tell me for years until discovering that the issues are being woven around an occulted cyclical time frame. Please take a look at my blog for a glimpse into something many analysts have never even considered.

    Once you see that the money game is being played on an occult calendar you may be able to make further advances with your own personal studies. I tend to not get too involved in the details of the issues. I look for the encrypted clues in the mainstream media and observe the 280 day calendar. When you see the 40-week periods for yourself you might open a new door.