i like this drinking-and-driving ad from australia
oops, new zealand i guess. i hope i did not offend anyone with my careless mistake
[Suddenly gets joke.]
her mouth…. her huge mouth…. all those teeth…!
Doesn’t matter, had sex.
Um. NOT good.
Alexandra: All the better to make ribald jokes with, apparently.
But who doesn’t like ribaldry?
I mean seriously.
too disgusting for me kthxbai
That’s the creepiest Little Red Riding Hood picture I’ve ever seen.
Admittedly a small category, but still.
^ talk about creepy
hey guys whots goin on in this thread.???/
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Creepy would be saying the girl should eat it. A wolf doesn’t know what it is, so no harm no foul.
go take a cold shower bro this isn’t your locker room
Thanks for slapping me with that towel brah, you’re real cool.
I don’t even know where to begin. Facebook’s IPO is absolutely nothing unusual or out of the ordinary, as far as a few things I’ve read about IPOs go, but I do not feel confident enough in my understanding of financial theory to reallllly know for sure. All I know is that I read from Benjamin Graham that
*IPOs almost inevitably drop significant amount of worth after the first day of trading.
*IPOs are not often available for the general public and usually shouldn’t be.
*IPOs selling price is not the same thing as book price.
Which makes literally every article I’ve read about Facebook stock over the past 24 hours an exercise in, “…but isn’t that just how IPOs go?” Not gonna make the meme, but Futurama Fry face: Not sure if Facebook having issues, or media just jumping on common activity as it were something significant?
I really am not an expert in finance. And I’ve seen more than enough threads about this just in the last hour or so that shows that for the most part people don’t have a friggin’ clue what any of this means.
And I don’t particularly want to be one of them, stating something about IPOs or whatever that may be untrue.
All I know is that when Facebook announced its IPO my mind flashed through information it (may have mis)remembered saying, “But don’t get into IPOs because the price will immediately drop after it’s sold and the selling price isn’t necessarily connected to the stock worth because the IPO is made to raise money for the company.”
And now the news is reporting that this IPO is doing…. exactly ….. what my (possibly misremembered) reading said it would do, but this time it’s a big deal and people want a class-action lawsuit and what the fuck?
….that’s the confusion I’m dealing with right now.
any cheap gun stores in LA?
Um. Why are you asking, Mary?….
DiB — Yeah a lawsuit — why?
Research for a film I’m working on.
“DiB — Yeah a lawsuit — why?”
Well see, when I first started seeing news articles about FB stock dropping and so on I just wrote it off as media circus selling to people who don’t know how IPOs work, but the lawsuit is making me wonder. I kinda feel like media circus got people who don’t know how IPOs work buying FB’s IPO (typically why IPOs aren’t always available to the general public, as I understood it), and now media circus about it dropping has those same people ready to get litigious over things they don’t understand.
I cannot claim with clarity that I understand it all myself so I’m trying not to jump to conclusions. I’ll watch what happens out of the side of my attention (because honestly, whether the IPO was illegal or overvalued or whatever won’t affect me anyway) in the case that I might learn something more definite about IPOs or what FB did wrong or whatever, but I’m very wary of most public forum Internet discussions about it because a lot of people don’t even know what an IPO is, less how it works, so white noise is already inundating.
Mary — whew….