Confession

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Put Trader's picture
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I am the home office contact for 187 branches in the eastern and
central time zones--and I'm supposed to hang around till 5:30 or 6:00
since that's still business hours in the central zone.

However, in light of the fact that it's Friday and the Wall Mart puts
expired WORTHLESS--sold for $45,500 and bought for NOTHING,
NOTHING--Putette has requested that I come home early.

I suppose that if you're at Citarella's in the next
hour or so you can witness me buy two lobsters to go, then run down to
Fairway for some veggies before heading home.

Gotta love being a Trader--don't you wish you could be my dog?

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Put Trader wrote:Gotta love being a Trader--don't you wish you could be my dog?
Okay...so lobsters and veggies for the dog?  What will you and Mrs. Putsy eat?

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Hey man you need an apprentice.? Cheers to success and congrats!! WALmart is a wonderful PUT company! YEAH!

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Gee Put:
$45K isn't much. I've made $423K off my Cyberonics stock this year.
Oh, and you might as well go home early from your imaginary job. You don't do any work anyway!!!

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Put Trader wrote:I am the home office contact for 187 branches in the eastern and central time zones--and I'm supposed to hang around till 5:30 or 6:00 since that's still business hours in the central zone.
 
You need to confess to your employer that you're a slacker that spends all day posting on this board & when you're not posting you sit in your office watching comedy dvd's.

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Put Trader wrote:I am the home office contact for 187 branches in the eastern and central time zones--and I'm supposed to hang around till 5:30 or 6:00 since that's still business hours in the central zone.However, in light of the fact that it's Friday and the Wall Mart puts expired WORTHLESS--sold for $45,500 and bought for NOTHING, NOTHING--Putette has requested that I come home early.I suppose that if you're at Citarella's in the next hour or so you can witness me buy two lobsters to go, then run down to Fairway for some veggies before heading home.Gotta love being a Trader--don't you wish you could be my dog?
 
Given your history of bestiality, I'd rather not be your dog.

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Coag wrote:Gee Put:
$45K isn't much. I've made $423K off my Cyberonics stock this year.

Congratulations, that's a hell of a profit.

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Coag wrote:Gee Put:
$45K isn't much. I've made $423K off my Cyberonics stock this year.
Oh, and you might as well go home early from your imaginary job. You don't do any work anyway!!!

Did you sell the shares?  If not you haven't made anything on it
yet.  Paper profits have a way of disappearing, especially in tech
stocks.

You may have heard about that.

By the way, your profile says you sell medicals supplies--can I assume
you're such a fan of mine becuase you wish that you had followed my
path insted of your own?

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Gosh PUT:
You said a couple of hours ago you were going to go buy some lobsters and enjoy a nice dinner. Did I upset you some much that you had to stay by the computer and defend yourself.
And yes I am in medical sales. I own a distributorship in the Southeast. I could care less about being a broker. I was surfing the web one night and became fascinated with your insanity and decided to check in here once in awhile to see how long you can last before you self-destruct. Looks like your almost there!!!!!!!

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Have I missed dinner?  Damn how did that happen.

Oh I know, you're in Atlanta where they eat at five.  We don't
normally even start to prepare dinner till seven--I watch Fox in my
office while Putette watches network and local news broadcasts.

At seven we fire up the grill or oven and discuss our days.

Seeing as Shepherd Smith is coming on with his Fox Report I realize it's time for me to go.

Ciao.

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annuity guy wrote:Given your history of bestiality, I'd rather not be your dog.
Man, next time I'm near your office, you owe me a Coke.

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Roger Thornhill wrote:
annuity guy wrote:Given your history of bestiality, I'd rather not be your dog.
Man, next time I'm near your office, you owe me a Coke.

You got it, my brother.

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We had lobster last night also!   My husband referred one of his clients (fromn his separate business) to me and I closed the deal.  Transfered in 800K portfolio, and they are going to be selling their second home in the Santa Barbara area for approximately 1.3 million of which they plan to invest another 400 to 500K.  I repositioned 460K of the 800K because they were heavily invested in one company and we may be doing ltc and insurance for estate leveling.  All in all a good referral and made some nice change.  
Hubby said if he was going to be a bird dog for me I would have to pay off in hot rods, collectable cars or lobster.  Since I am already in the process of putting the collectable car together, we went out of town, rented a suite with a hot tub and had scotch and lobster.
Life is good.

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What did I tell you Put, the 7.5 new millionaires might have more
interest in fast cars and hooters then the history of the Havenese and
why they are interestingly referred to as bichon haberneros. I guess
you could retool-- start listening to the Red Hot Chilli Peppers, get
the tattoo's you fantasized about, and watch even more cable TV. 
Good luck.

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Would you forgive my rude behavior. My preoccupation with Putsy has clouded my judgement.

Congratulations on winning this new business. These referrals are the
lobsters of the sales world. The neat things about lobsters is that
they hang out were other lobsters hang out. Charts and maps should be
kept handy.

Looks like that bird dog'll hunt and you rewarded him with an extra, well deserved, pat on the head.

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Wow that is a nice customer. Sounds like the solution was rather simple for them. Over leveraged in one perticular stock is dangerous as we all know.
Nice profit on Cybergenics.. Where did it come from and what's its value now.
Cheers to success.. Looking forward to advising my first multi million dollar customer.

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babbling looney wrote:We had lobster last night also!  
Life is good.

Congratulations to a fellow adult on the new biz.

I'll bet it never crossed your mind to use sophomoroic sexual innuendos in your post.  Would I be right?

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Looks like that bird dog'll hunt and you rewarded him with an extra, well deserved, pat on the head
Yep, he is my best referral source. His clients are my perfect demographic target too.  And, as I have tried to tell some of the newer advisors, (especially the women) there is no way to do this job without a supportive and understanding spouse.  When I was contemplating going Indy he encouraged me every step of the way.

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