October 1, 2008

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Being an aberration adoration apparition of overwhelmingly astute observation, I understand how well oh so many Midd Students follow the National Presidential and Vice Presidential Debates & ensuing Election. 

But also being a spirit well connected to the vast free spirits in cyber space, I have the good fortune of being able to share this wealth of the weird with you my loyal fans.   Indeed, my friends at the League of Drag Queen Voters or LDQV as they are known, (I kid you not they exist just check out Seven Daysand you can purchase their paraphernalia {t-shirts, caps & cups} at cafepress) just sent me access to the the only preparation you need to enjoy understand the VP Debates.

PALIN BINGO

  The Game has instructions on it and will keep you riveted beyond appearance and focused to the candidates’ words.  Print out copies for yourself and a few friends and see who really wins.

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Last week during the lead in to the Presidential Debates, the Grille was filled to capacity with members of the College Community listening intently to the Panelist Discussion regarding the state of the economy.  This event was graciously organized by the College Democrats with the assistance of The Grille Staff and MCAB Tech Crew.  Thanks to you all we had a great turn out & I’ve posted some pictures below. 

But shortly following this discussion I was alerted to the wise investment plans of some college students nation wide that have made out better with their investment portfolio than the folks on wall street.  Here goes…

The Savvy Stock investors who purchased $1000.00 of Nortel shares a year ago, now have a whopping $49.00 to show for these share.

The same fools that invested in World Com would have less than $5.00 left of the original $1,000.00

 But, if you purchased $1000.00 worth of beer one year ago, drank all the beer, then turned in the cans for recycling, you would have $214.00.
 
      Based on the above conditions, the practice of drinking heavily and recycling may prove the best current investment practice for some. 
Individual results may vary.  Past performance does not indicate future results.  Consult your investment advisor, tax consultant and phlebotamist for liver function before embarking on any particular plan of investment.  Please drink responsibly. (Our legal & investment advisors from Hood, Winked & Fleeced require the last few sentences.)

      I know, it is hard for the Grille Managers to stay focused.

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