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Soros (PBUH) point man on the operation. I always considered it the perfect bounceback for TMOR after /u/awkwardtheturtle left the cheap bikinis pillow on Scalia head. And I know corporate is gushing over our Q work right now but until that comes to a conclusion, I will continue to believe that Operation Georgetown Locos was our defining moment.
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In 1976, the Jack Tinker Partners Agency came up with the line, “Plop, plop, fizz, fizz, oh what a relief it is.” Do you remember what the product was? Yup, Alka Seltzer. I don’t know about you, but when I think of Alka Seltzer I think of that darling little Speedy Alka Seltzer. Baby faced Speedy first appeared in a television commercial in 1951! Between 1951 and 1964 he appeared in 212 television commercials, all that before “plop plop, fizz, fizz”!.
Yeah, jumping off from that point, a major reason people don like STD is because it doesn care about continuity. It introduce tech that won actually be invented until 100+ years later (Like holo communicators which weren invented until DS9), go to places that haven been discovered yet (The Mirror Universe doesn even become known until 10 years after STD), etc. And it just makes the series a headache to watch because they obviously want to use TNG era (Composed of The Next Generation, Deep Space 9, and Voyager) tech and concepts without actually being in the TNG era..
Yes, Marth lineage persisted for 2000 years. Lineage =/= major blood. The Brand of the Exalt persisted for 1000, but that because it clearly engineered for inheritance and not for power.. We also disposed of another $70 million of non core assets during the quarter and subsequently, further reducing our exposure to leasing risk and related CapEx as well as incremental operating expenses. Leasing volume of 1.2 million square feet in the quarter supported a healthy percentage leased of 97.9% at quarter end and we have completed an additional 700,000 square feet of leases since then. Leverage increased in the third quarter when compared to the past few quarters, primarily as a result of bottoming [ph] on our line to fund the I 40 industrial portfolio acquisition, without the benefit of recognizing a full quarter of EBITDA..
Alas, this was hardly going to last for more than six months as I made some fateful choices in my subsequent investments and the rest as they say is history. Some of my investment choices from those days make me cringe even today not because they failed but because they were done with no analysis and purely based on hearsay and headline news. The investments included the likes of UTStarcom (NASDAQ:UTSI), Foundry (FDRY), and Sirius (NASDAQ:SIRI) to name a few.