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amount of restitution lower than expected.. this is bullish for the US stock market.
Nobody likes a snitch. Especially a well compensated one.
Banks used to be a place that housed money, PM's, and wealth.
Now they house lies, deceit, two sets of books, and satanic policy objectives. Rape the public at any and all cost. Nice gig. Quite the transformation. Why we even allow them to stay open, let alone dominate gov't policy, makes me wonder.
You'll have to fill me in on when Banks were the former.
Fuck Bank of America.
"CountrySlide Mortgage. You will never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy. We must be cautious."
I am starting to believe that Countrywide was a mafia run operation, or they at least had their hands in it. There is a whole website devoted to exposing this and other crimes and financial terrorism:
You can catch some old Bonanza episodes...
Banks used to be a tool for business. Now, business is a tool for banks.
Angelo? Is that you?
Thats 516.6 oz's of GOLD...BITCHES
It's more like 1100 ounces if valued at the time he was fired rather than today.
S&P trading above 1200 - also bullish for the market. CNBC anchors must be creaming themselves on air at this. Meanwhile, Cramericans who followed advice to go to cash or short on Monday at S&P 1140 scratch their heads at the 60 point hole they now find themselves in.
Hi Robo. The name may change, but your words will always stamp you.
That's not Robo.
This is why Warren is such a big fan, an honest shop with a strong balance sheet.
I hope he'll get to enjoy it sometime before 2018.
What planet is this. I forgot.
Hellonearth. Third rock from sun. Greed is love. Money, the master.
I'm with Bank of America, we'll take care of you.....
MY BOSS HAS A AFFAIR AND ALMOST ALWAYS COMES IN LATE!!!
NOW WHERE'S MY MONEY BITCHEZ!!!
He's also a full blown retard, but I don't think that's a secret....
For once they are having to pay for the truth being revealed as they tried to stop it.
Let's calculate - I wonder how many trillions they would have to pay for all the lies they have told, instead of the truth?
Everything about that bank is lies.
that calculation is exactly why they will continue to punish and threaten whistle blowing. It is better to take a small chance on a relatively small settlement or fine than it would be to let all the secrets out. The die is cast. They are in survival mode and merely calculating the least amount of loss.
Heheh, thanks Tyler. :)
Meltdown fears emerge in Canada
This should be good for another 25 spoos points.
"drip" a small drop of blood on the test strip is all it takes with a pitchfork.
Hmmm... what just happened?
Bloomberg: BAC Whistleblower to use $933k restitution towards Greek bond purchases.
Whistleblower special - sale on hot tubs.
Stupid ass record number of shorts are getting their asses handed to them again today.
How can investors be so stupid as to buy these rumors. I mean I am not smart enough to work at the AAPL genius bar, but I do have a brain and can usually reason from time to time.
Gonna be up 300 soon. lol
270 and up....unreal....simply unreal..
22,142 one troy oz Ag rounds
... is it one of those deals like the lottery? $6,642.85 a year, for the next 140 years ... before taxes.
no! No Way! I am SHOCKED...SHOCKED I TELL YA.....HARD TO BELIEVE...
US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Evicts 101 Year Old Texana Hollis from Home of 58 Years
Isn't this sweet...I'm so proud of these hard workers at HUD I have a lump in my throat. This is the kind of thing that will get that old economy moving again.
What? Barack didn't pay her bills?
No. Corporate welfare comes first. Actually HUD just back-pedaled and decided not to kick her out. Probably figured by the time they forged all of her docs she'd be dead anyway.
Laws really only deter honest people.
frequent public prosecutions are the only things that deter the dishonest.
I don't know about that one. From observations I don't think anything deters them. You can lock them up after you've caught them, but that's not detering them it's taking them out of circulation. Many (most?) when released from custody go right back to doing what they did before, if not worse.
Most criminality is in the blood, and there it remains.
Laws make otherwise normally law abiding citizens, criminals.
All a lock does is keep an honest man, honest.
The employee must be reinstated? Talk about an awkward day returning to the office...
Ooops. Sorry about the down arrow. Bad shot today...lol.
If he's smart he'll catch his tie in one of their big shredders and whack 'em with a worker's comp claim.
Yeah, can you imagine what his duties might be?
I am not a vindictive guy, but were I BAC's CEO, I'd make the dude an offer - a couple of million should get him to go away forever. I simply cannot imagine him coming back into the "team." Also, if he even spent a minute watching porn or reading ZH, they'd fire him for cause.
Never quit Tyler
The world needs you.
Prosecuting CountryWide for fraud would be like shooting fish in a barrel. But it probably won't be done because it would undermine confidence.
Will they still be concerned about undermining confidence when there is no trust in the system because it didn't correct abuses?
Do TPTB not understand what happens in a credit based system when there is no trust at all in institutions and no assurance that bad behavior will be stopped?
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