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Monday, November 24, 2008

Missing Links: Pathogenic Post American Kozmik Blue Debris

Janis Joplin
Kozmik Blues

Sachs and the Citi

Goldman Sachs and Citigroup Plan to Issue FDIC Guaranteed Debt

"We're investing in systems and processes, and next year we will have another 1,000 (workers)," Citigroup's country business manager Mark Jones was quoted as saying.
He added that the new jobs to be created in the Philippines would be for Citigroup's call center and financial reporting operations."There's a whole lot of activity moving in the Philippines as we grow our businesses. Citi is moving more equity in the Philippines. If you look at the business, we're repositioning globally," Jones said

"Saving" Citi:
Citi raised $50 billion in fresh capital this year from outside investors, including Saudi Arabia's Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal

Treasurys Slip on Citigroup Rescue

Mexico peso, stocks jump on Citi rescue plan

Oil, Copper, Corn Climb on Citigroup Rescue, Weaker US Dollar

Las Vegas Sands: Is Goldman Sachs Working on Club Loan?
The Corleone family is considering selling off it's shares in the Olive Oil business and moving out here to Vegas


How S & P helped manufacture the "economic crisis"

Obama’s Troika May Push for Deeper Role in Economy
A TROIKA, Tovariches!

Obama Names Romer to Lead Council of Economic Advisers

Even the prudent are screwed in SoCal now

In 1997, Mohamed Vazir Muhsin, a Sri Lankan accountant, was chosen by then-World Bank President James Wolfensohn as the first chief information officer in the institution's history. Eight years later, Muhsin was unceremoniously thrown out the door, and the bank's information security headaches reached migraine stage.

Early on in his tenure, Muhsin selected Satyam Computer Services, one of India's largest and fastest-growing technology firms, to create and maintain the software programs that would make the bank's information infrastructure into one of the world's most important data bases. Both sides found the deal highly beneficial.

By late 2005, when he was accused of improper ties with Satyam and ousted from the bank, "Mohamed was arguably the most powerful person in the bank," one insider who worked closely with Muhsin told FOX News. So powerful, in fact, that he was able to conceive and arrange a bank loan in 2003 to his native Sri Lanka — bypassing the department that would normally have approved it. The project, known as "e-Sri Lanka," involved a no-interest, $53 million bank loan to Sri Lanka's government to help wire up that nation's communications infrastructure.

Russia's Bare-Knuckle Policy on Oil

Russia's Medvedev to discuss oil consortium in Venezuela

Russia Plans to Drill for Offshore Cuban Oil

Russia denies motorcade shooting incident

Putin’s Russia Increasingly Resembles Brezhnev’s Soviet Union

Gazprom threatens to cut off Ukraine's gas

Spain's opposition slams Repsol sale to Russia's Lukoil

China’s Hu, Russia’s Medvedev Discuss Crisis at APEC

Peru hopes to strengthen military co-op with Russia

Russian President: Warships to Venezuela to counter US

A Study of the Book of Revelation

Iraqi suicide bomber was mentally disabled woman

Western nations clashed with Russia, China and developing states on Monday over whether to grant Syria's bid for UN aid in planning a nuclear power plant while it is under investigation for alleged covert atomic work.

Palestinian troops headed to Bethlehem


Abbas calls on Obama to implement Arab peace plan
Tick ~ Tock

Rice: If it weren't for all those pesky Jews we could have peace right now!

Syria decorates terrorist killer of Israeli child

Olmert in US ahead of 'farewell' talks with Bush

Ya'alon: Israel must 'consider killing Ahmadinejad'


Azerbaijani Deputy Foreign Minister Meets with US Ambassador at OIC

Emir meets OIC, Arab League chiefs

Turkish Minister to attend OIC confab in Egypt

The rape & pillage of the Congo continues unabated

Nkunda warns UN not to interfere

Dhimmi Carter shocked, Shocked! by Zimbabwe crisis

Of Dhimmis, Jews and Jizya

Al Andalus: Lisbon hosts Iran Culture Week

Italy: We have economic ties with Iran

Finland: First Ever 'Islam Expo' Came and Went

EU library site crashes hours after launch

Researcher Stephan Schuster: I might be able to regenerate a mammoth from ancient DNA for just $10 million

DNA confirms remains of Copernicus

When Science Points To God

'Atheist bus' more like a bandwagon on highway to hell

A N Y man is linking the suicide of his 22-year-old son to the anti-Christian book “The God Delusion” by Richard Dawkins

Manhunt After Gunman Walks Into Church, Kills Estranged Wife

Guard fatally shoots man armed with swords at Scientology building

VDH:Ten Random, Politically Incorrect Thoughts

Abortion Enthusiast to be White House Communications Director

6.8 off Sumatra

5.1 off the coast of Puerto Rico

Volcano erupts in Nicaragua with small quakes


Frank Zappa & the Mothers
Swedish TV ~ 1973
Cosmik Debris

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