[LINK] The Community of - was A good time to short
tomk at unwired.com.au
Sat May 2 11:08:50 AEST 2009
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Grant McHerron [mailto:grant at apc.org.au]
> Sent: Saturday, 2 May 2009 9:32 AM
> To: Tom Koltai
> Cc: linda at databasics.com.au; 'link'
> Subject: Re: [LINK] The Community of - was A good time to short
> On Fri, 2009-05-01 at 21:30 +1000, Tom Koltai wrote:
> > Well, think of it as the budgetary early warning system Linda.
> > If you know a fire is coming - its neighbourly to alert your
> > neighbours.
> Yes, but if all you do is just say "WOO WOO, DING DING, FIRE,
> FIRE" without a *little* bit more info (like, where, how big,
> how fast, likelihood of fighting it - hell, even just
> pointing your finger at it while you jump up & down :) then
> people around you are likely to flip the idiot bit and/or
> make references to Chicken Little :) :) :)
> True - it depends on a) how the news is delivered and b) the
> track record of the one delivering
> I'm getting the feeling that you know something but can't
> tell us (go on, not even a little hint???? :) That's fine,
> but the delivery of the message left most of us going WtF?????
> I look forward to the slight hint or the "See, that's what I
> wanted to say but wasn't allowed to until now" message :) :) :)
Actually Grant, you are quite correct. I should give more of a hint.
The problem with giving hints that are not in the public domain is that
- well, they get you in trouble.
So - all I can say is that two events not necessarily directly connected
(in the eyes of the public) will occur early next week.
One I referred to in my weekend notes.
The other one I shall have to put down to cyclical financial curves,
astrology and Koltai voodoo.
Um in defense of the messenger - well until at least Tuesday, although
many may consider my views extreme or out there, I believe this is the
first time I have ever said out loud, the wooloof is coming, the wooloof
So some patience until after Tuesday is required and I will then be
forever tarnished as a whimsical crackpot, or in the alternative a
whimsical crackpot that does accurate astrological readings.
For those that are convinced that I am already so labelled, I offer a
rasberry in G flat.
Please feel free to flame me on Wednesday.
I shall now go and invest in a flameproof asbestos suit.......
> Grant McHerron
> Program Manager - Technical
> Phone: +61 422 914 949
> grant at apc.org.au
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