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Name: Susan Austad
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Hometown: Helena, Montana
Current location: Helena, Montana
Member since: Sun Jan 22, 2017, 11:45 AM
Number of posts: 1,062

About Me

My original user name was Delmette, but I could not remember my email password to sign up again. So I am Delmette2.0

Journal Archives

Offutt AFB Nebraska.

I don't know about anyone else, but I thought the first flooded military base would be on a coast. Who would have guessed that climate change would first flood an inland base?

Don't forget Homeland Security Committee hearing today.

Secretary Kirstjen Neilson will be testifying. Starting at 10 Eastern time, 8 Mountain time.

I guess this is breakfast.


I have a preference, ya but.........Undecided.

Thank you for my hearts!!

Netflex- 7 Days Out.

Have you ever thought "What's the big deal?" when the news is presenting a big event? This series gives us a peek inside some of these events and the people who make it happen.

First episode is the Westminster Dog Show, second is a remodeling and reopening of a New York restaurant, the third is the last days of the Cassini spacecraft to Saturn.

I can't wait to find an hour to fill with the next episode. Oh, that just might be tonight.

The Devil We Know

Now on Netflex is this stunning documentary, The Devil We Know.

Here is their website.

https://thedevilweknow.com

Howard Schultz is on The View saying the Medicare for All is free.

Free government healthcare. I took that to mean that no one who would have to pay into Medicare premiums.

I always thought that we would have to pay some premium or extra taxes, but it would still be much less than private insurance.

Am I wrong? How would he get such an idea?

I'm adding this.

He just said the important issues are not abortion or race but financial security.

Now, we know where this guy is coming from, in my opinion.

Watching my 401, the stock market is a f***ing yoyo.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.marketwatch.com/amp/story/guid/C792B031-2E4A-426C-9E06-F9614FE4A776

A nearly 700-point gain in the Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA and a surge in the Nasdaq Composite Index COMP midday Friday has resulted in the equity market seeing panic-like buying. The moves come on the back of dovish comments from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell during a panel discussion with his predecessors in Atlanta.

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Fed Chairman Jerome Powell said Friday he's flexible about future monetary policy moves, proving some comfort to investors that have grown anxious about the rate-hike path of the central bank as signs of slack in the global economy appeared to mount.

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Are some entities using the stock market to scare some people into selling so they can buy at a bargain?

I admit I know very little about what i would call the backroom deals, but these wild swings just don't seem normal. Then again, what is normal these days.

Corey Stapleton mucks it up again.

Remember when Corey Stapleton our Secretary of State told everyone using vote by mail to sign the ballot when he should have said sign the envelope. Well he is at again.


http://www.mtpr.org/post/mistakes-montana-voter-guide-cost-265000

The official Montana voter information pamphlet many voters have received contains formatting errors. An addendum correcting them has now been mailed out at a total cost of more than $265,000.

Today, Stapletonís Chief of Staff Christi Jacobsen said the information about Initiatives 185 and 186 in the pamphlet should have had proposed new language underlined, while language that was going to be eliminated should have been crossed out.

More at the link.

Kav doesn't like women questioning him, even Rachel Mitchell.

He can hardly look at her.

His outburst to SENATOR Feinstein is disgraceful. No one yells at a Senator during a meeting.
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