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Today in APIs: Slicktext New SMS API, Printfuls Custom Printing API, and 11 New APIs
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Through its API and own facility in Los Angeles, it wants to provide those Long Tail producers and brands with the opportunity to set-up-shop without the financial risk of large pre-orders — printing and fulfilment is on-demand and one-off orders are openly encouraged — or without creating too much additional overhead/labour. Obviously, the API is criticalyou want to be able to sell on your site, have the order all handled by Printful in a manner that the customer experiences as seamlessand as you. Some API documentation is available, and contacting the company for further details is necessary. 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The Federal Reserve and the bankers who control it have created three stock bubbles, the largest housing bubble in history, a bond bubble and the mother of all debt bubbles, while destroying 95% of the dollar’s purchasing power in the last 100 years. There is a common denominator in all the bubbles created over the last century – Wall Street bankers and their puppets at the Federal Reserve. Fractional reserve banking, control of a fiat currency by a privately owned central bank, and an economy dependent upon ever increasing levels of debt are nothing more than ingredients of a Ponzi scheme that will ultimately implode and destroy the worldwide financial system. Since 1913 we have been enduring the largest fraud and embezzlement scheme in world history, but the law of diminishing returns is revealing the plot and illuminating the culprits. Bernanke and his cronies have proven themselves to be highly educated one trick pony protectors of the status quo. Greenspan’s easy money policies, manufacturing of negative real short term interest rates, regulatory malfeasance and unspoken promise to bail out Wall Street whenever their excessive risk taking threatened to burn down the financial system, led to 50% stock market crash in 2000/2001, a 40% plunge in national home prices, and another 55% stock market crash in 2008/2009. While Ivy Leaguers Bernanke, Paulson, Hubbard, Krugman, and Bush were too obtuse or too blinded by their ideology to recognize the fraudulent housing and stock market bubbles, honest clear thinking men like Robert Shiller, John Hussman, and Ron Paul recognized the bubbles well in advance and understood the consequences to the average American. “Like all artificially-created bubbles, the boom in housing prices cannot last forever. When housing prices fall, homeowners will experience difficulty as their equity is wiped out. Furthermore, the holders of the mortgage debt will also have a loss.” – Ron Paul – 2003 What Ron didn’t realize was the peddlers and packagers of fraudulent mortgage debt on Wall Street would walk away unscathed when the bubble they created popped. Trillions of net worth was vaporized due to the policies, solutions, and programs designed and implemented by Bernanke and his Wall Street co-conspirators. The losses should have been borne by those who made the loans. Instead they were borne by the American taxpayer and future unborn generations. David Stockman, in his no holds barred book about the Wall Street and K Street crony capitalist criminals, rails against the Federal Reserve led rescue of the profligate destroyers of capital markets: “At the end of the day, this trillion-dollar infusion of capital and liquidity from the public till had a single overarching effect: it nullified in its entirety the impact of Mr. Market’s withdrawal of a similar magnitude of funding from the wholesale money market. So the very monetary distortion – the availability of cheap overnight funding in massive quantities – upon which the Wall Street financial bubble had been built had now been recreated at the lending windows of the Fed, FDIC, and the US Treasury. The opposite path of liquidating the Wall Street bubble was eschewed, of course, not only because it would have meant massive losses to speculators in the stock and bonds of Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, JP Morgan, and the remaining phalanx of the walking wounded. Crony capitalism also triumphed because in muscling the system during the white heat of crisis, Wall Street had plenty of intellectual cover. The fact is, mainstream economists of both parties were trapped in a Keynesian dead end, proclaiming that the solution to the crushing national debt load which had actually triggered the financial crisis was to pile on more of the same. Accordingly, banks which were “too big to fail” couldn’t be busted up, since they were allegedly needed to shovel more credit onto already debt saturated household and business balance sheets. Likewise, speculators who should have suffered epochal losses during the meltdown were resuscitated by Fed-engineered zero interest rates in the money market, thereby quickly reviving the same massively leveraged “carry trades” in commodities, currencies, equities, derivatives, and other risk assets which had brought on the crisis in the first place.” – David Stockman – The Great Deformation – The Corruption of Capitalism in America The working middle class was forced at gunpoint to bail out billionaire bankers who had been fraudulently inducing feeble minded dupes and trailer trash to purchase $500,000 McMansions with negative amortization no doc subprime mortgages, while bullying appraisers into inflating appraisals, buying off the rating agencies, selling the toxic derivatives to their clients, and then shorting the very same derivatives. They subsequently committed foreclosure fraud by robo-signing legal documents. Describing these modern day Shylocks as heartless, cruel, lecherous, avaricious demons understates the vileness and contemptibility of their nature. Ben Bernanke and Hank Paulson blatantly lied to the depraved, gutless members of Congress and to the easily hoodwinked fearful American public about the threat of our financial system collapsing unless the Wall Street banks were saved. This false storyline is still peddled today and believed by millions of willfully ignorant crony capitalist devotees. The financial system wasn’t going to collapse. The stock prices of JP Morgan, Goldman Sachs, Citigroup, Bank of America, AIG, Morgan Stanley, GE, and Wells Fargo were collapsing. The wealth of the financial elites that run the country was in peril. The depositors in these banks wouldn’t have lost a penny, but the shareholders and bond holders would have been wiped out. 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The punishment will fit the crimes. “People of privilege will always risk their complete destruction rather than surrender any material part of their advantage.” – John Kenneth Galbraith – The Age of Uncertainty The chart below reveals the criminal plan as implemented by Bernanke, the Obama administration and the Wall Street banks. Instead of allowing insolvent financial institutions to fail, $700 billion of taxpayer funds were syphoned from the economy and handed to them. Bernanke has since stuffed their coffers with another $2.4 trillion he printed out of thin air. The purpose of this insane transfer of national wealth from the people to the parasites was not to help Main Street. Forcing the FASB to allow these criminal bankers to mark to unicorn rather than mark to market, buying their toxic mortgages, and providing billions in free money was done to cover-up the fact they are insolvent. Their balance sheets and the Federal Reserve balance sheet are choking on bad debt. The ongoing foreclosure/rent to own scam was designed to drive up home prices and allow the bankers to exit their toxic mortgages with a profit. The criminally insane bankers have used the trillions in excess funds to syphon off billions in stock market gains, with assurances from Ben that QE to infinity will always be there. They know if their gambling leads to losses, Ben will come to the rescue. The purpose of banks was supposed to be to lend money to businesses and consumers so they could make long-term investments that helped expand the economy. These Wall Street cretins didn’t loan money to people and businesses in the real world. It was much easier to generate risk free returns and program their HFT supercomputers to buy, buy, buy. By driving real interest rates below zero for the last four years, Bernanke has stolen $400 billion per year from senior citizens living on the edge and transferred it to bloodsucking bankers. Anyone with money in a bank account is losing money. 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Time to Look in the Mirror “The America of my time line is a laboratory example of what can happen to democracies, what has eventually happened to all perfect democracies throughout all histories.  A perfect democracy, a ‘warm body’ democracy in which every adult may vote and all votes count equally, has no internal feedback for self-correction.  It depends solely on the wisdom and self-restraint of citizens… which is opposed by the folly and lack of self-restraint of other citizens.  What is supposed to happen in a democracy is that each sovereign citizen will always vote in the public interest for the safety and welfare of all.  But what does happen is that he votes his own self-interest as he sees it… which for the majority translates as ‘Bread and Circuses.’ ‘Bread and Circuses’ is the cancer of democracy, the fatal disease for which there is no cure.  Democracy often works beautifully at first.  But once a state extends the franchise to every warm body, be he producer or parasite, that day marks the beginning of the end of the state.  For when the plebs discover that they can vote themselves bread and circuses without limit and that the productive members of the body politic cannot stop them, they will do so, until the state bleeds to death, or in its weakened condition the state succumbs to an invader—the barbarians enter Rome.” –   Robert A. Heinlein Robert Heinlein has been dead for twenty five years. He wrote these words decades ago. His vision of a state bleeding to death is being played out as we speak. Ben Franklin had an inkling the Republic we were given would not be sustained. The success of our nation hinged upon the wisdom, self-restraint, morality, and civic mindedness of its citizens. Our form of governance was never perfect. Nothing is perfect. Adam Smith’s free market capitalism was based upon true competition, but with an underlying moral code. The rule of law meant something. Those who stole, cheated or broke the law were punished. Bankers and their usurious machinations were frowned upon. They were tolerated as a necessary evil, but they certainly weren’t admired and celebrated. When their greedy schemes to loot the populace went too far, a courageous leader would step forth and rout out the vipers and thieves: “You are a den of vipers and thieves. I intend to rout you out, and by the eternal God, I will rout you out.” – Andrew Jackson Bankers gained more power after the Civil War as oil was discovered, the country grew rapidly, and the robber barons built their fortunes on debt and the backs of the poor. But still, there were leaders like Teddy Roosevelt who stood up to the banking and corporate interests. The die was finally cast in 1913 with the introduction of the income tax, the creation of the Federal Reserve and allowing the people to directly elect their Senators. A century of central banking has led to: a century of war; a century of currency debasement; a transformation from a hard-working, saving, producing society into an irresponsible, debt based spending, consuming society; and the degradation of our society into a mob of egotistical techno-narcissists, who have chosen bread and circuses over freedom, liberty and self-reliance. At first it happened gradually, but accelerated rapidly once Nixon removed the last vestiges of control over greedy bankers, corrupt politicians, and gluttonous voters. The transformation from an industrious nation of savers into a slothful nation of consumers has reached its zenith. Financialization Nation has been built on a pyramid of debt. The youth of today have been left with an un-payable debt burden and as Bill Bonner points out, the endgame will likely be violent and bloody: “That’s a heavy burden. It is especially disagreeable when someone else ran up the debt. Then you are a debt slave. That is the situation of young people today. They must face their parents’ debt. Even serfs in the Dark Ages had it better. They had to work only one day out of 10 for their lords and masters. As it stands, young people in the U.S., Europe and Japan are expected to work their whole lives to pay for things their parents and grandparents consumed decades earlier. Let’s see. Deny a young person work and you deny him a career. Deny him a career and you deny him a way to support a family. Deny him a family life and who knows what happens? Will today’s young people accept their lot… and remain in docile debt servitude their whole lives? Or will they rise up and burn T-bonds in public spaces… rampage down Wall Street… and perhaps hang Ben Bernanke in front of the New York Federal Reserve?” – Bill Bonner The pyramid of debt was built brick by brick over the last century, as an unelected, secretive, unaccountable cabal of private banker pharaohs has controlled the currency of the nation and worked on behalf of the vested corporate and banking interests that control the country. Shortly after its devious creation in 1913, they enabled Woodrow Wilson to wage a war he promised to keep the nation out of. The central bank’s easy money policies during the 1920s led to an unsustainable credit driven boom in stocks, bonds and real estate. As usual, their belated monetary tightening was too late to avoid the 1929 Crash. Federal Reserve and government intervention after the crash prolonged the Depression for over a decade. The Crash of 1929 proved once again that bankers could not be trusted. Their insatiable greed and reckless thirst for more and more riches required checks on their ability to destroy our economic system. The 38 page 1933 Glass-Steagall Act made sure commercial banking was kept separate from investment banking (gambling), keeping the productive activity of helping businesses grow isolated from the parasitic activity of speculation. This clear, concise, understandable law kept bankers from destroying the lives of millions for 66 years, until a bipartisan screw job repealed the law and unleashed the kraken upon the unsuspecting public. Bernanke’s QE to infinity driven stock market gains over the last few years are reminiscent of another historic time, and this story also hasn’t reached its ultimate climax. “A major boom in real stock prices in the U.S. after ‘Black Tuesday’ brought them halfway back to 1929 levels by 1930. This was followed by a second crash, another boom from 1932 to 1937, and a third crash. Speculative bubbles do not end like a short story, novel, or play. There is no final denouement that brings all the strands of a narrative into an impressive final conclusion. In the real world, we never know when the story is over.” – Robert Shiller The destruction of Europe, Russia and Japan during World War II and the Bretton Woods system that made the USD supreme across the world kept the economic peace for the next quarter century. A confluence of events in the late 1960s and early 1970s set the stage for the ultimate collapse of our faith based monetary system. LBJ’s Great Society welfare programs and our disastrous foray into Southeast Asia began the insane welfare/warfare dynamic that has required more and more debt to sustain. Nixon realized the debt expansion needed to pay for an ever expanding state could never be achieved with the Bretton Woods/gold pegged currency system.  In 1971 Nixon unilaterally canceled the direct convertibility of the USD to gold. It ushered in the era of freely floating currencies, relentless inflation, financial bubbles, debt accumulation, consumerism, and the rise of the corporate/fascist propaganda state. Using government supplied CPI statistics, the dollar had lost 75% of its purchasing power between 1913 and 1971. Since 1971 it has lost 83% of its remaining purchasing power. And Ben Bernanke has the guts to publicly state his worries about the ravages of deflation. The years 1913 and 1971 will be seen by future historians as infamous dates when marking the decline of the great American empire.  Prior to 1971, the New York Stock Exchange barred the public listing of investment banks. After the exchange repealed this ban, the large investment banks (Lehman Brothers, Morgan Stanley, Merrill Lynch, Goldman Sachs, Bear Stearns) converted from partnerships, where the senior employees owned the company and were responsible for all of its liabilities, profits and losses, into publicly owned corporations, where executives’ incentives become aligned with outside shareholders, who demanded short-term profits and higher stock prices at the expense of long term sustainability. The partnership structure provided a mechanism of restraint, self-control, fiscal responsibility and cautiousness. If the bank failed, the partners’ net worth would be wiped out. Their incentives were for the long-term sustainability of the business and they were discouraged from taking undue risks that might produce huge short term profits, but might also destroy the firm. Shame and a sense of responsibility to fellow partners was a strong deterrent to obscene risk taking. The unholy combination of allowing investment banks to go public and repealing Glass Steagall in 1999, created a greed driven uncontrollable Too Big To Control brutish monstrosity consuming the world in its desire for more. It will only be stopped when it chokes to death while gorging on what’s left of the middle class. The citizens, formerly known as the hard working American middle class, must accept their share of responsibility for the desperate circumstances we face. Some are guiltier than others, but we only need look in the mirror to find the culprits in allowing the bankers, politicians, military industrial complex, mass media and vested corporate interests to gain control over our country. The introduction of the credit card by Wall Street bankers as a must have for every citizen in the early 1970s coincided with the inflationary demons unleashed from Pandora’s Box by Nixon and the Federal Reserve, along with the peak of cheap U.S. oil production. Thus began four decades of real wages declining and consumer debt soaring. A nation of people that believed in saving before purchasing were given the freedom to spend money they didn’t have. The statistics paint a picture of a society gone mad: Credit card debt grew from $5 billion in 1971 to $856 billion today, a 17,000% increase in forty-two years. GDP rose from $1.2 trillion to $16.6 trillion, a mere 1,400% increase. Real GDP only grew by 300%. Wages have grown from $600 billion to $7 trillion, a 1,200% increase. Real disposable personal income per capita grew from $17,200 to $36,800, a 200% increase. Non-revolving debt (auto, student loan) grew from $127 billion in 1971 to $1.98 trillion today, a 1,600% increase. There are over 600 million credit cards in circulation within the U.S. and Americans charged over $2.1 trillion last year. Over 40% of Americans carry a balance on their credit card from month to month, with an average balance of $8,200 and an average interest rate of 13%. 40% of all low and middle income households must rely on their credit cards to pay basic living expenses like rent, mortgage, utilities, groceries, real estate taxes, income taxes, along with their “needed” iPhones, HDTVs, bling, stainless steel appliances, and tattoo artwork. Wall Street banks have written off over $300 billion in credit card debt since 2008 (and passing the bill to taxpayers), while bilking their customers out of $60 billion per year in late fees and overdraft fees. Despite the storyline of austerity, consumer credit outstanding has reached an all-time high of $2.84 trillion because Bernanke and his Wall Street puppeteers require perpetual debt expansion to keep their Ponzi scheme alive. Federal government dispensation of loans to subprime student borrowers has helped mask the true unemployment rate and Federal government doling out of subprime auto loans through Ally Financial and their crony Wall Street partners has created a fake auto recovery. The Blackrock/Wall Street “rent to own” faux housing recovery was designed by our owners to lure clueless math challenged dupes back into the housing market. Our entire economy is nothing but a confidence game at this point. The four decade long orgy of debt couldn’t have ensued if our currency had remained linked to the barbaric relic – gold. The apologists and lackeys for the vested interests scorn and ridicule the notion of our economic system being burdened with any checks or balances. This is where the interests of those in power and those being ruled have coincided, as a fiat based monetary system allowed unlimited spending to keep the welfare/warfare state growing, enriching the crony capitalists, deepening the power of the state, and providing the masses with foreign made trinkets, baubles, corporate logoed clothing, techno-gadgets, and pimped out financed wheels. The concepts of self-restraint, discipline, saving for a rainy day, prudence, discretion, and deferred gratification are rarely displayed in modern day America. In a case of mass delusion, Americans have convinced themselves to live for today, recklessly ignore their futures, irresponsibly spend money they don’t have on things they don’t need, neglect their civic duty towards future generations, choose ignorance over knowledge, and vote for spineless politicians who promise them entitlements that are mathematically impossible to honor. The public’s foolish attitude towards debt accumulation matches the arrogance of our gutless intellectually dishonest leaders. “When people pile up debts they will find difficult and perhaps even impossible to repay, they are saying several things at once. They are obviously saying that they want more than they can immediately afford. They are saying, less obviously, that their present wants are so important that, to satisfy them, it is worth some future difficulty. But in making that bargain they are implying that when the future difficulty arrives, they’ll figure it out. They don’t always do that.” – Michael Lewis – Boomerang The manner in which our leaders are governing the country and citizens are living their lives can only be considered normal in relation to residing in a profoundly abnormal society. The American Dream of having the opportunity for upward mobility through educating yourself, working hard, accumulating wealth methodically by spending less than you earn, and reaching your full potential as a caring loving human being has been replaced by a perverted nightmare where we run on a hamster wheel for our entire lives trying to achieve the new American dream of accumulating throw away material goods, working to make the payments for McMansions, SUVs, stainless steel appliances, and iGadgets you rent from bankers, while driving yourself into an early grave by consuming mass quantities of processed poison and the stress created by trying to achieve the lifestyle sold to us by Madison Ave. maggots, Wall Street shysters and the mainstream media propagandists. The corporate fascists tell you what to believe, which “enemy” to fear, how you should look, what to eat, what drug to take for the illnesses caused by the food they lured you to eat, the kind of house you need to impress your friends and family, and the car you need to drive to impress your neighbors. As George Carlin aptly pronounced: “It’s called the American Dream because you’d have to be asleep to believe it.” – either asleep or insane. “Normal is getting dressed in clothes that you buy for work and driving through traffic in a car that you are still paying for – in order to get to the job you need to pay for the clothes and the car, and the house you leave vacant all day so you can afford to live in it.”  - Ellen Goodman Our profoundly abnormal society of materialistic zombies, who mindlessly obey the commands and marketing messages of the financial elite, has staked their futures and the future of the country on the wisdom and brilliance of an Ivy League academic who never worked a day in the real world, didn’t spot the largest fraudulent housing bubble in world history, and whose unlawful acts as Federal Reserve chairman have enriched the banking whores who destroyed the country and impoverished what remains of the dying middle class. It’s the height of insanity for the American people to trust these crooked high priests of finance to cure a disease they spread with their immoral, traitorous policies over the last century. Bernanke and his lackeys, in a desperate last gasp gamble to prolong their fiat currency pillaging of the peasants, have rolled the dice with QE to infinity, accounting fraud, and further enrichment of their corporate masters. “Viewed as a religious cult, modern finance revolves around the miracle of the spontaneous generation of money in a set of rituals performed by the high priests of central banking. People hang on the high priests’ every word, attempting to divine the secret meaning behind their cryptic utterances. Their interventions before the unknowable deity of global finance assure them of economic recovery and continued prosperity, just as a shaman’s rain dance guarantees rain or ritual sacrifice atop a Mayan pyramid once promised a bountiful harvest of maize.” – Dimitri Orlov – The Five Stages of Collapse Bernanke will eventually roll craps. When he does, the collapse will be epic and 2008 will seem like a walk in the park. In Part 3 of this article I will speculate on the timing, scope and consequences of the coming collapse. It’s not going to be a happy ending, especially for the existing social order. 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Mon, 08/05/2013 - 19:46 | 3819141 DavidPierre The 9/11 MORON is Blathering Again Time to Look in the Mirror Quinn !   Rather than deal with 9/11Reality , SmokeyQuinn choses the Carnival Cruise Line method of misinformation, denial and delusion. He embraces the 9/11Big Lie concept as if he had created it.   With a straight face he continues to blather on about shit that everybody knows and that hardly matters, even as he ignores the challenge of an open 9/11 debate on ZH. Behind the apparent insanity of contemporary history, is the actual insanity of psychopaths fighting to preserve their disproportionate power.   And as that power grows ever-more-threatened, the psychopaths grow ever-more-desperate.   We are witnessing the apotheosis of the over world - the criminal syndicate or overlapping set of syndicates that lurks above ordinary society and law just as the underworld lurks below it .     In 9/11 and the 9/11 wars, we are seeing the final desperate power-grab or "endgame" of brutal, cunning gangs of CIA drug-runners and President-killers; money-laundering international bankers and their hit-men , economic and otherwise; corrupt military contractors and gung-ho generals; corporate predators and their political enablers; brainwashers and mind-rapists euphemistically known as psy-ops experts and PR specialists.    In short, the whole sick crew of certifiable psychopaths running our so-called civilization.   And they are running scared.   It was their terror of losing control that they projected onto the rest of us by blowing up the Twin Towers and inciting temporary psychopathic terror   and rage in the American public. The greatest fear of any cognitive dissonant economic writer is of being found out as a TOOL of the Psychopaths. 9/11
 The Litmus Test http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=21pPpYw_axQ   Login or register to post comments Mon, 08/05/2013 - 20:07 | 3819202 zorba THE GREEK We are now  the "entitlement generation. If We get what we feel we are entitled to, free healthcare, generous retirement benefits,low taxes, etc, etc, We are willing to look the other way when our politicians are corrupt and rob future generations to sustain our entitlements. Login or register to post comments Mon, 08/05/2013 - 20:30 | 3819249 knukles Not to mention the wondrous Bernaysian Perceptions Management and Propaganda directed at we, the masses, 24/7/365, leaving the best aware to constantly ask themselves just how far down which rabbit hole am I today? Certainty is confusion manifest incarnate. Login or register to post comments Mon, 08/05/2013 - 20:53 | 3819302 LetThemEatRand Bernayse didn't just sell authoritarian regimes.  He famously figured out that Americans think "cheese is dead," whereas the French see cheese as alive.  He came up with the idea of selling cheese to Americans in ziplock bags and other plastic coating.  Sales soared.   Login or register to post comments Mon, 08/05/2013 - 21:31 | 3819394 Cathartes Aura indeed, amrkn cheese is as amrkn as can be. "Pasteurized Prepared Cheese Product" as artificial as the national myth meme can be - no wonder it's unrecognisable to anyone who eats real food. Login or register to post comments Mon, 08/05/2013 - 21:56 | 3819458 mofreedom and i suppose you hate Oreo's...go back to germany, nazi. Login or register to post comments Mon, 08/05/2013 - 22:16 | 3819510 Cathartes Aura heh, what's to "hate" about any corporate fud-derivative?  except perhaps their exemption from having to label which ingredients are genetically modified. nom nom yer GMO soy / HFCS snacks, it's your body, and you get to live with your choices, that's how it all works in free-dumb land. Login or register to post comments Mon, 08/05/2013 - 22:18 | 3819518 LetThemEatRand Not to jump in on this, but Bernayse was selling french cheese.  The french were getting killed by the fake American cheese.  Plastic fixed it.   French cheese sold like hot cakes when it was wrapped in plastic.   Sums up America. Login or register to post comments Mon, 08/05/2013 - 22:27 | 3819539 Monedas Do they still have that bright orange colored cheese in France .... it was so orange .... it was a turn off .... never dared to try it .... I've regretted that weak decision for 50 years .... it was kind of a radioactive orange .... probably glowed in the dark ?  Login or register to post comments Mon, 08/05/2013 - 22:38 | 3819570 LetThemEatRand your period key is stuck again. Login or register to post comments Tue, 08/06/2013 - 08:20 | 3820150 dontgoforit Everything the man said has a note of truth, but it's far more complicated.  However, the central issue, the emanation point is lack of desire of men to embrace the 'sacred' instead putting 'faith' in money. Login or register to post comments Mon, 08/05/2013 - 23:31 | 3819678 Cathartes Aura ahh, yes, that makes sense. plastic!!  it's what's for dinner . . . Login or register to post comments Mon, 08/05/2013 - 22:58 | 3819614 mofreedom we love freedom so much we will drink our jack, eat our cheeseburgers and yes our oreos before we land on your shores and kick your commie, nazi asses to hell.  freedom repairs many sins, gastonomical or otherwise. Login or register to post comments Mon, 08/05/2013 - 23:04 | 3819630 mofreedom well obama sure wont, thank nazis and commies for giving us oboreo, he be on the porch eatin chebugga and drinkin colt 45 and smokin blunt laced with coke, now that be a processed high. Login or register to post comments Mon, 08/05/2013 - 22:22 | 3819524 Monedas All the beautiful .... extra sharp cheddar .... that doesn't sell .... because of some government imposed expiration date .... (imagine that on fine wines) .... is made into American cheese .... that's why American processed cheesefood .... has a pleasantly sharp taste .... it's not as bland as medium cheddar .... and all those nachos, macaroni and cheese and Au Gratin potatoes .... have a decidedly sharper flavor .... than mild cheddar .... anyone got a better .... hypothesis ? Login or register to post comments Mon, 08/05/2013 - 22:39 | 3819571 LetThemEatRand you sure have a heavy period. Login or register to post comments Tue, 08/06/2013 - 10:32 | 3820578 RockyRacoon No need to rag the guy.  Be nice.  Although it drives me nuts... all the dots/periods/lazy stuff. Login or register to post comments Mon, 08/05/2013 - 22:41 | 3819574 WillyGroper Well cheeze whiz. Login or register to post comments Tue, 08/06/2013 - 02:48 | 3819950 The Burning Planet There's only one real cheese and that's Velveta. Login or register to post comments Mon, 08/05/2013 - 20:55 | 3819310 espirit Seems to me that the author of this diatribe places a lions share of blame by name on O'blugums, all the while dancing about those shadow players in this kabuki theater, which has evolved in ernest since World War II. Quinn can't seem to connect the dots to anyone except the bit players... or is fearful of the inevitable connection. Login or register to post comments Mon, 08/05/2013 - 21:02 | 3819332 LetThemEatRand You can't try to write mainstream pieces and connect the dots or you will be branded a conspiracy nut.  Dancing around the edges is something. Login or register to post comments Mon, 08/05/2013 - 21:13 | 3819345 DavidPierre "Dancing around the edges is something." For chicken shits and TOOLS... Today millions of innocent victims, are facing the consequences of a post-9/11 world. We know the official account of 9/11 is false, and we know that until the greater public also knows this, there will be no end to the wars, the surveillance, the indefinite detention and extrajudicial assassinations, and the siphoning of our public resources for the benefit of a few. So the question is – what are we going to do about it? Mount the largest campaign the 9/11 truth movement has ever seen.      This September, Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth is sponsoring a global advertising and grassroots campaign called ReThink911 , with the goal of publicizing the official story’s best kept secret – the obvious and scientifically proven controlled demolition of World Trade Center Building 7.      This international campaign is expected to reach tens of millions of people through its vast yet simple strategy – outdoor and mass transit advertising. In New York City, a 50-foot tall billboard will go up in Times Square for the entire month of September. Nearly a million people each day will see this tower of truth. In San Francisco, ads will be popping up on a hundred metro cars where, again, millions will be exposed to the evidence. Login or register to post comments Mon, 08/05/2013 - 21:38 | 3819414 Cathartes Aura quite sad to see people HERE downvote this post. if you're having trouble with that Red Pill, I guess you're in the right place tho' Login or register to post comments Tue, 08/06/2013 - 10:36 | 3820594 RockyRacoon It's not that it's particularly off-topic with the 9/11 stuff.  It's more of an "attack the messenger" because he has an issue with one specific point.  Yeah, an important one, but the article wasn't about 9/11.  Perhaps that's where the opposition lies.   I see them as 2 separate issues worthy of a separate article.  The current article is not discounted because he prefers the other end of the egg. Login or register to post comments Tue, 08/06/2013 - 11:57 | 3820876 Cathartes Aura ah, sure, I'm aware of the back story here between Quinn & DP - obviously - but despite occasionally dropping into petty name calling on both sides, I'll stick with DP's stance, that "911 is a litmus test" for truth telling. these Quinn stories do tell of some things happening in amrka, but the heavy focus is divide 'n' rule tactics - angry tirades against "fat people on scooters" or his driveby tours of "lazy welfare"neighbourhoods, etc. - and while the posts contain the requisite charts, graphs and "financial" info present in so many posts here (yes, financial blog , I get it), Quinn keeps the helpless rage simmering, which I believe does no one any good. when one takes the bigger picture into consideration, and drops the idea that voting (or protesting, or rioting, or whatever) will change any of what is actually happening, then one frees the mind to focus on reality , and on acting within that reality, not in some imagined, hoped for chaotic "future" - the anger can be put to work, for self and family, instead of raging against "the machine" mind capture dramas. of course, just my opinion.  plenty of folks here love their rage, and nurture it daily.  repeatedly. Login or register to post comments Mon, 08/05/2013 - 21:39 | 3819416 your neighbor david  - who is funding this campaign and you dont think that PTB will block the ads before Sept? Login or register to post comments Mon, 08/05/2013 - 22:35 | 3819558 Monedas Has there ever been one assassination .... one terrorist incident .... one war .... one accident .... one pandemic disease outbreak .... one ET visit .... that ocurred exactly as it seemed .... everything can't be a conspiracy .... sometimes, shit just happens ? Login or register to post comments Mon, 08/05/2013 - 23:44 | 3819711 LetThemEatRand Try tampons.  The pads aren't absorbant enough for your heavy period. Login or register to post comments Tue, 08/06/2013 - 09:42 | 3820380 Citxmech No, there hasn't - but that's only because a big crisis is a terrible thing to waste.  Even if the event wasn't planned - the responses are, at a minimum, engineered for maximum intentional effect. Login or register to post comments Tue, 08/06/2013 - 02:59 | 3819955 Black Swan 9 Average everyday citizens of every color, race, religion, political stripe, academic background (or not), profession and economic level have funded this. TPTB have become so arrogant, I don't think they'll make any effort to stop this. In NYC, Bloomberg might try, knowing his personality.. Shall be interesting to see.. The $225,000 needed by 8/11/13 has almost been reached. http://rethink911.org/ Login or register to post comments Tue, 08/06/2013 - 03:09 | 3819964 Black Swan 9 Billboards and commuter ads, in addition to NYC and San Francisco, will also be in Boston, Washington, D.C., Chicago, Dallas, San Diego, Toronto, Vancouver, London and Sydney, Australia during the month of September. The 100th monkey will eventually wake up (learn). Login or register to post comments Mon, 08/05/2013 - 21:17 | 3819350 espirit Conspiracy theorists of late tend to be moar believeable than the unmitigated lies generated by any position of authority.   Login or register to post comments Mon, 08/05/2013 - 21:32 | 3819364 DavidPierre " Conspiracy theorists " have been right since shortly after noon on November 22, 1963. 50 fucking years !!!   CIA created new speak for modern political heresy. It is used to keep the sleeping MORONS in their pen of political correctness. Login or register to post comments Tue, 08/06/2013 - 02:53 | 3819952 The Burning Planet Jim Quinn is "mainstream." Uh...OK. Whatever you say. Guess Ron Paul was a democrat and FAUX News is liberal. The way you guys twist shit when it doesn't fall into your conspiratorial world view is beyond the pale. Login or register to post comments Tue, 08/06/2013 - 07:58 | 3820116 mvsjcl What is beyond the pale is the denial of evidence which prevents one's following it to its logical conclusion. Login or register to post comments Mon, 08/05/2013 - 21:52 | 3819448 Anusocracy Most people overwhelmingly want government. Government invariably attracts the most psychopathic and least productive. The most psychopathic and least productive eventually destroy the economy. What's not to understand? Most people are born stupid and play certain roles in the tragic world of mankind.  Login or register to post comments Tue, 08/06/2013 - 03:02 | 3819957 The Burning Planet If our government was truly run by psychopaths and largely populated by psychopaths, of two things you could be certain: It would be far more ruthless. It would be far more efficient. Our government is NOT run by psychopaths. That's a pop culture, Hollywood movie fantasy meme. Our government is run by idiots. Incompetent idiots. It's always fun to think there's some Dr. Evil somewhere deep underground in his "evil lair" orchestrating plots and so forth. That's not the truth. The truth is our government is run by incompetent idiots who don't know what buttons to push. THAT is the truth. Let he who has ears to hear, hear. Login or register to post comments Tue, 08/06/2013 - 08:03 | 3820121 mvsjcl A Conspiracy of Fools runs the government? That is laughably absurd, and as believable as the "19 Highjacker Theory." Login or register to post comments Tue, 08/06/2013 - 08:23 | 3820154 mvsjcl LOL   A fucking down arrow for pointing out that the persons who've created this twisted reality I find myself in aren't fools? Listen, a fool doesn't put a fool in charge; it takes a genius to figure out when a fool needs to be in charge. Login or register to post comments Tue, 08/06/2013 - 14:57 | 3821387 AGuy "Our government is run by idiots" Sociopath Idiots! 1. Egar to grab power and tell people what to do and when to do it. (regulation, taxation, licensing, permits, bans, etc) 2. Play with other people Money. Why spend your own money when you can tax and spend everyone else's money. Take money away from productive workers and give to the least productive people to buy votes and provide kickback contracts to friends and family. Over regulate and Tax enemies. 3. The only reason why they are not completely ruthless, is that the system is set up with two parties that battle each other for control. If the one party is able to defeat the other, then they  will get ruthless. It appears that the GOP is rapidly become the loser as more people become dependant on handouts pushed by the DNC. If the US doesn't collapse, it very likely the DNC will sieze control within 10 yeara or less. You can see the GOP is morphing into the DNC with immigration, taxation, regulation, entitlements, as they know they can not hold office unless they can promise free stuff to voters. Login or register to post comments Thu, 08/08/2013 - 03:10 | 3826816 modest_proposal Psychopaths are ruthless and efficient in pursuing their own self-interested ends . When you have a large collection of psychopaths each working at cross-purposes (whatever their chosen personal aggrandizement scheme is...) then you have a huge muddle and tangle of knifings-in-the-back, both small and large. (One of the) reasons that government is inefficient is because of the blood loss from psychopaths internally knifing each other in the back repeatedly and with gusto. Login or register to post comments Tue, 08/06/2013 - 10:40 | 3820612 RockyRacoon ... places a lions share of blame by name on O'blugums... True.  I especially began to take note after this erroneous statement" ...criminal plan as implemented by Bernanke, the Obama administration and the Wall Street banks. Instead of allowing insolvent financial institutions to fail, $700 billion of taxpayer funds were syphoned from the economy and handed to them. It was "implemented" well before the current administration took the helm of this floundering ship of state. Login or register to post comments Mon, 08/05/2013 - 20:18 | 3819214 LetThemEatRand Once you accept the incredibly crazy notion that 9/11 was orchestrated by the same men who chose which politicians we get to vote for, it all starts to make perfect sense.  Everything else that has followed 9/11 including the full-blown police state that already exists (they are barely even trying to hide it now) would never have been tolerated by the majority of the population but for 9/11.  As Cheney famously said before 9/11, they needed a new Pearl Harbor -- and they got one.  But this time, the enemy is not some country across the globe looking to expand its power and influence.  The enemy is us.   And unfortunately, we're already too far down the path to change it now.  A significant percentage of the population is finally starting to wake up, but it's too late. Login or register to post comments Mon, 08/05/2013 - 20:29 | 3819251 knukles Login or register to post comments Mon, 08/05/2013 - 20:38 | 3819273 LetThemEatRand So long as there's no spooning.  Because there is no spoon. Login or register to post comments Mon, 08/05/2013 - 22:44 | 3819580 Monedas LTER .... if the Pearl Harbor gimmick worked so well .... we got out of a depression, won a war and solidified our Ponzi hegemony over the world .... so, if 9/11 was a gimmick .... maybe we should expect great things .... give it a chance to play out .... maybe there are some really smart guys .... somewhere .... Jews and Masons .... looking out for us .... we haven't done so bad .... so far ?  Login or register to post comments Mon, 08/05/2013 - 23:35 | 3819687 LetThemEatRand Narcissist. Login or register to post comments Mon, 08/05/2013 - 20:31 | 3819259 DavidPierre "...but it's too late." It's never too late! There is no statue of limitations for murder and high treason. Stop aiding and abetting the criminals with shit like... "The enemy is us." Login or register to post comments Mon, 08/05/2013 - 20:36 | 3819268 LetThemEatRand There is no statute of limitations, period, because the law does not apply to them.  They are the law.  Ask Corzine, Dimon, Blankfein, Paulson, etc.  And especially, ask the guys they work for, most of whom are in the shadows.  And we are the enemy they are fighting.  It is no coincidence that a few thousand people control more wealth in the world than the rest of the world population combined.  They aim to keep it. Login or register to post comments Mon, 08/05/2013 - 20:42 | 3819283 DavidPierre So just give up... And STFU! Login or register to post comments 1 2 3 next â€ș last » swiss replica watches replica watches
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( RH - Free Report ), Hanesbrands Inc. ( HBI - Free Report ) and Maidenform Brands, Inc. (MFB- Free Report). Today, Zacks is promoting its ''Buy'' stock recommendations. Get #1Stock of the Day pick for free . Here are highlights from Wednesday’s Analyst Blog: Improving Economy: 3 Retail Stocks to Bet On Banking on its wide spectrum, the retail sector remains a lucrative investment opportunity for investors. Moreover, the sector showcases consumer confidence and spending patterns, which are the important parameters to gauge the health of the economy. So far this year, the broader markets have portrayed signs of a better pace of recovery and have thus sparked hopes of a better economic scenario going forward. The significant recovery in the stock market is reflected through strong gains for the broader market indices. S&P 500 has clocked gains of roughly 15.7%, while Dow Jones Industrial Average has gained approximately 16.1% so far this year. The belief of an economic recovery might just have got stronger with the consumer confidence hitting a multi-year high. A recent Conference Board data suggested that Consumer Confidence Index improved to 81.4 in Jun 2013 from a revised 74.3 in May 2013. The index notched its highest level since Jan 2008, when it had touched 87.3. This prompts a sense of optimism about steady increase in consumer spending going forward. Consumer spending accounts for over 2/3rd of the U.S. economic activity. A recovery in the housing market, stock prices gaining momentum and improving labor market condition played vital roles to help the consumer confidence move north and also brought the retail stocks back to the center stage. A reflection of that was evident from the SPDR S&P Retail ( XRT - Free Report ) surging roughly 29% year-to-date. Thus, identifying the future winners from the sector would be a prudent idea to make an investment decision. Three Stocks That Can Enrich Your Portfolio Here we focus on three Zacks Rank #1 (Strong Buy) stocks with above-average earnings growth that you can capitalize upon and enrich your portfolio. We suggest investing in Tiffany & Company ( TIF - Free Report ), which holds a significant position in the world jewelry market. Its long-term growth prospects remain encouraging given its new product launches and focus on enhancing its geographic reach through store expansion program. Though the stock looks a bit pricey with a P/E (price-to-earnings) multiple of 22.37x, it should not disappoint investors given the company’s long-term expected earnings growth of 13.2% compared with 9.4% for the peer group. Another stock that investors may look forward to is Restoration Hardware Holdings, Inc . ( RH - Free Report ). Shares of this luxury home furnishings retailer have amassed a year-to-date return of roughly 104%. The company’s long-term estimated EPS growth rate is 25.8%, higher than the peer group average of 17.2%. Moreover, this Corte Madera, Calif. based company is expected to witness earnings growth of 46% in fiscal 2013 and 25% in fiscal 2014. Hanesbrands Inc. ( HBI - Free Report ), one of the leading players in innerwear, casual wear and active wear markets in the U.S., is another stock to bet on. We remain impressed with the company’s strong portfolio of brands and its continuous innovations. The company is gaining shelf space at major retail stores through various deals with retail giants. Ahead of the opening bell today, the company announced that it is acquiring Maidenform Brands, Inc. (MFB- Free Report), an intimate apparel company, for approximately $575 million in cash. The acquisition, which is expected to close in the fourth quarter of 2013, will add brands such as Maidenform, Control It!, Fat Free Dressing, Flexees and Lilyette to Hanesbrands already popular portfolio. 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Unilever's real cosmetic quest
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” This is incredible for a company that has been spending hundreds of millions of dollars on trying to turn itself around. Action to take Sell this security if you still own it, or consider shorting the stock even at these levels. With the holiday season looming, RadioShack has announced it will try revamping stores to give it, “a focus more on digital fitness and accessories," according to a July 23 headline from the Associated Press .   With the $713 million in debt (over twice its market capitalization), a lot of digital fitness and accessories need to fly off of the shelf in order to keep this company alive. J. C. Penney may just be worth one penny. This retailer has had its issues in the past (it's a volatile stock) and pundits galore all the while. It has done an excellent job in keeping critics happy as J. C. Penney has continued to deliver less-than-impressive business performance. Revenue has shrunk from $17.5 billion in 2010 to $12 billion in fiscal year 2013 ended Feb. 2. Profit margins steadily declined from 39.4% to 31.3% along with diluted earnings per share of $1.07 shrinking to a loss of -$4.49 per share over the same time period. J. C. Penney is investing heavily into restructuring its supply chain, store outfitting and fixtures, and leadership amounting to over $70 million. Management has led us to believe the turnaround will take several quarters, but with a debt load of $3.8 billion, it will take much more than just an incremental investment into infrastructure and new talent. Action to take Out of all the stocks mentioned here, J. C. Penney isn’t one I would immediately sell (or short). Analysts do have this company close to breaking even in fiscal year 2016. Should we see the numbers begin to accelerate before then, I would opt to buy the stock at that point. This upcoming holiday season is very important for its future, so my advice is to be cautiously optimistic about this stock and enter in only if management shows signs of improving to beat consensus estimates. Conclusion The tides of popularity have ebbed against Sears, RadioShack, and J. C. Penney. The faded branding of these three companies has certainly led to their lackluster sales and stock performance. Although they may make for great turnaround stories, your investment dollars are well suited elsewhere. The Motley Fool's chief investment officer has selected his No. 1 stock for this year. Find out which stock it is in the special free report: " The Motley Fool's Top Stock for 2013 ." Just click here to access the report and find out the name of this under-the-radar company. Michael Mandala has no position in any stocks mentioned. The Motley Fool owns shares of RadioShack. Try any of our Foolish newsletter services free for 30 days . We Fools may not all hold the same opinions, but we all believe that considering a diverse range of insights makes us better investors. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy . Is this post wrong? Click here . Think you can do better? Join us and write your own! Email Print Feedback chanel handbags for sale discount chanel handbags
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One scientist is questioning this narrative, arguing that the polar bear’s death was used as a photo-op by global warming alarmists. the north face outlet “I suggest this is what really happened: the polar bear biologists working in Svalbard earlier this year knew this bear was going to die back in April when they captured him  they simply waited, with a photographer on hand, until he died. It was an orchestrated photo-op,” writes zoologist Dr. Susan Crockford on her blog Polarbearscience.com . the north face sale Last Tuesday, the Guardian posted a picture of a dead polar bear, looking like nothing more than skin and bones, with this caption: “This 16-year-old male polar bear died of starvation resulting from the lack of ice on which to hunt seals, according to Dr Ian Stirling, who has studied polar bears for almost 40 years with the Canadian Wildlife Service and the University of Alberta.” arcteryx deals According to the Guardian’s account , the dead polar bear was found in Svalbard  an archipelago between Norway and the North Pole. Polar bear expert, Dr. Ian Stirling said that a lack of sea ice it needed to hunt seals on forced the bear to range farther for food until it collapsed from starvation and died. arcteryx outlet north face jackets (Ashley Cooper/Global Warming Images) From his lying position in death the bear appears to simply have starved and died where he dropped, said Stirling, who is now with Polar Bears International  a global warming activist group. He had no external suggestion of any remaining fat, having been reduced to little more than skin and bone. The polar bear had been examined by Scientists in April in southern Svalbard and it appeared to be healthy, and that same bear had been captured years ago in the same area by researchers which means that the location of its dead body  in northern Svalbard  was unusual. Most of the fjords and inter-island channels in Svalbard did not freeze normally last winter and so many potential areas known to that bear for hunting seals in spring do not appear to have been as productive as in a normal winter,” Stirling said. “As a result the bear likely went looking for food in another area but appears to have been unsuccessful. Ashley Cooper, the photographer who took the picture, said that the sight was “desperately sad.” “There was just no fat on it. It was just completely shrunken and shriveled, a very, very skinny specimen of a polar bear,” Cooper told NBC News. “It looked basically like a rug because there was just no weight on it at all.” Crockford disagreed. “The fact that the bear was onshore in April, available for capture by polar bear biologists, is a red flag,” wrote Crockford. “He should not have left the ice this early. He should have been out on the ice hunting seals. The ice may have pulled away from the shore but there was no compelling reason for him to go onshore if he was healthy and still successfully hunting  he just had to stay on the ice. He must have been sick or dying of old age.” “This bear was doomed back in April by the simple act of leaving the ice so early and the biologists working the region (putting radio collars on bear) had to have known it: leaving the ice in April was not normal behavior. I suggest they alerted their colleagues and then kept track of him until he died, so they could get a useful picture of his dead carcass,” Crockford continued. Crockford added that male polar bears in Hudson Bay and Davis Strait routinely fast for four months every summer, while females can fast for eight months, so a bear who was healthy in April should not have starved to death three months later. Polar bears have appeared in the global warming debate before. The Polar Bear Specialist Group issued a statement before the 2009 international climate meeting in Copenhagen claiming that polar bear cannibalism was on the rise due to global warming. “I suggest this incident is meant to prime the media pump to make sure the PBSG get maximum coverage and that the right message is spread,” Crockford writes. “In short, it’s pretty clear to me that this poor bear did not die of climate change: he was simply used as a prop for the message that activist polar bear biologists want to convey.” Polar bears were the first species to be listed on the Endangered Species List because of global warming. The International Union for the Conservation of Nature predicts melting sea ice will wipe out more than one-third of polar bears in about 45 years. However, global temperatures have remained flat for about the last 15 years and, despite reports of melting Arctic sea ice, there are more polar bears alive today than there were 40 years ago. 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Africa and Latin America will have to find a new home for their barrels by 2017 or 2018, if the pipeline is completed on time. The twinning of the project with a plan to build and operate a new deepwater export port in Saint John, New Brunswick will give oil producers an outlet for the 400,000 bpd or so of leftover, after Canada's eastern refineries consume their share. "The next stage would be to potentially expand the project to ship light sweet crude to refineries on the U.S. East Coast," Routt said. Several refineries on the U.S. East Coast have shut down in recent years due to poor economic performance. Access to Canadian sweet crude, cheaper than European and African imports due to transportation costs and the lower U.S. benchmark price, could support the plants that remain. BEYOND CANADA Canadian oil producers have even further-reaching ambitions for the pipeline, with some looking at the feasibility of exporting barrels to Asia. TransCanada Chief Executive Russ Girling said oil producers in Alberta were looking to reach markets as far away as India. John Auers, senior vice president at refinery specialist Turner, Mason & Co in Dallas, said that while it is an ambitious goal, it could one day be possible for Canadian crude to compete with Middle Eastern producers for market share in the Indian subcontinent. View gallery ." TransCanada President and CEO Russ Girling announces the new Energy East Pipeline during a news conf … "India has now built up a fairly decent base of heavy crude capacity," said Auers. "(TransCanada) can go all sort of ways." Sandy Fielden, analyst at consultants RBN Energy in Austin, said the majority of Canada's heavy crude exports from the line would still end up closer to home. "The obvious competition will be with heavier Mexican and Venezuela crudes into the U.S. Gulf Coast," he said. 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Several analysts said the increased capacity of the Energy East pipeline from an initial proposal of 800,000 bpd reflects uncertainty over Canada's other grand pipeline projects. TransCanada's own Keystone XL project, which would expand its ability to ship heavy crude to Gulf Coast refineries by 830,000 bpd, is yet to get off the ground after years of waiting for U.S. approval and has become a target for environmental groups. Proposals for pipelines to the West Coast, which would allow the country to ship oil to the lucrative Asian market, are opposed by Canadian indigenous people, or First Nations. "Now, there are a lot of moving parts, but if we assume there are ongoing problems with getting approval for Keystone XL and Enbridge's planned pipeline to the West Coast of Canada then you can see why they've expanded this project," Fielden said. 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Nigerians' sense of style is also well-known, and the country boasts several fashion designers who have made their mark internationally. Just ask Michelle Obama, who wore a blouse by Nigeria's Maki Oh on a recent trip to South Africa. Or take the Wadhwani brothers, who are Indian but were raised in Lagos. They saw there was a gap in the city's luxury market. The brothers opened a store that aims to serve Nigeria's ultra-high-end shoppers who typically hop on planes to Europe when their wardrobes need an upgrade. "I found a niche in the market," said Avinash Wadhwani, co-owner of Temple Muse boutique in the posh Victoria Island neighbourhood of Lagos. He previously worked as a buyer for the London department store Selfridges, learning first-hand the appeal of Europe's top fashion lines. But he insisted Nigeria's rich are also seeking a local look. Some Nigerians "travel by plane every other week and shop in the best boutiques around the globe, but they still have that sense of pride and everyone wants something from (their) own heritage," he said. Temple Muse, which opened five years ago, is protected from the hectic mega-city outside by a thick metal door and is equipped with a champagne bar and a cafe. Some garments come with pricetags of $3,000 (2,300 euros), and there are fashion mavens ready to snap up several of them. Odun Ogunbiyi, a customer who claimed plenty of foreign shopping experience, told AFP the outfits she buys in Nigeria are admired wherever she goes. "I travel a lot. I go to Miami, I go to London to visit friends and family. and they ask me 'where did you get that from?'," said Ogunbiyi, a TV host. When she tells people the outfit is Nigerian, they say they "can't believe it," she said. "It's gotten to the point where we are on standard with international brands, which is great!" 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A series of made-to-measure Zegna events were successful, giving confidence that a full-time ready-to-wear store could survive. Company chief executive Gildo Zegna also had faith in the buying power of Africa's super-rich. He told the Financial Times that customers from the continent on average spent 50 percent more in Zegna's stores than buyers from other regions. The next challenge was the venue and ensuring, as Edu explained, that the Lagos "Zegna store looked exactly like a Zegna store elsewhere in the world." "It's a very difficult process," she conceded, citing Nigeria's nightmarish bureaucracy. The stand-alone shop is on a street lined with office buildings which hardly offers the majestic surroundings of Paris's Champs-Elysees but inside business appears to be thriving. Especially on smart-casual items like polo shirts, which are being scooped up at just under $500 each, Edu told AFP. She debunked the notion that Nigeria's elite are committed to exclusively shopping abroad. 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