Feb. 20th, 2009

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The trustee says No Securities Were Bought for Customers for 13 Years. Investors Unlike to see More than $500,000 Each.

How do people get to this point? What happens when they are growing up to lead them to do such greedy and disgusting things? I am amazed and horrified.

Here is a 90 year old man forced back to work when his entire $700 retirement was gone because of Madoff's Ponzi scheme.  Part of me wants Madoff to be released to the public and let them beat him and rip him apart and tear the flesh from him until there is nothing left. Sick sad sonuvabitch.
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Walgreens is giving away 20 FREE 4x6 prints tomorrow (Friday, February 20, 2009)!

Just enter the code "ONEDAY" at check-out!

* Coupon code ONEDAY valid once per account on February 20, 2009. Online orders must include 20 or more 4x6 or 4x5.3 prints at time of checkout to qualify. Limit 20 free prints per customer. Code must be entered at time of checkout to apply discount. Does not apply toward collage prints, taxes or shipping charges. Orders must be placed by logged-in customer by February 20, 2009 at 11:59 p.m. Central Time to qualify. Timing will be determined by Walgreens server clock. Only one coupon code per order. Offer valid online only.


I am going to log in and send digital images to print and enter the code and pick them up later. Whoo hoo.

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I showed Con all the comments wishing him Happy Birthday on this post that evening. He really was impressed. That was so very cool of all of you. Thank you.

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I do love this city so.

Best U.S. Cities to Live, Work, and Play

Personal finance web site Kiplinger rounds up 10 of the best cities in the United States to live, work, and play.
Our approach this year to picking the 10 best cities was simple: Look for places with strong economies and abundant jobs, then demand reasonable living costs and plenty of fun things to do.
The article profiles each city based on population, population growth, percentage of workforce in the creative class, cost of living, median household income, and, finally, income growth since 2000—which in many cities is impressive, considering recent slowdowns. Likewise, as the author points out, several of the cities that made the list may surprise you. Hit the jump for the full list. Photo by shannonpatrick17.
  1. Houston
  2. Raleigh
  3. Omaha
  4. Boise
  5. Colorado Springs
  6. Austin
  7. Fayetteville
  8. Sacramento
  9. Des Moines
  10. Provo


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