Wednesday, April 29, 2009

"I don't sound like nobody!"

Monday I had a story on the bears entitled "Nobody's Home" with some music to boot.

Looks like nobody listened!

And who was the original nobody?

The King!

Elvis Aaron Presley!

On July 18, 1953, Elvis met Miss Marion Keisker from Sun Records' at 706 Union Avenue in Memphis. Their conversation:

E: "If you know anyone who needs a singer..."
M: "What kind of singer are you?"
E: "I sing all kinds."
M: "Who do you sound like?"
E: "I don't sound like nobody."
M: "Well what do you sing, hillbilly?"
E: "I sing hillbilly."
M: "Well do you sound like a hillbilly?"
E: "I don't sound like nobody."

Well, nobody, became somebody!

And now, this market has the bears, suffering with "Suspicious Minds!"

Infidelity from Wall Street!


Anonymous said...

I work as a resident doctor in one of the biggest hospitals in Mexico City and sadly, the situation is far from "under control". As a doctor, I realise that the media does not report the truth. Authorities distributed vaccines among all the medical personnel with no results, because two of my partners who worked in this hospital (interns) were killed by this new virus in less than six days even though they were vaccinated as all of us were. The official number of deaths is 20, nevertheless, the true number of victims are more than 200. I understand that we must avoid to panic, but telling the truth it might be better now to prevent and avoid more deaths.
Yeny Gregorio Dávila, Mexico City

Anonymous said...

Nobody will be home here:
Discussions to keep Chrysler away from bankruptcy break down - WSJ
- Talks between the US Treasury Department and lenders aimed at keeping Chrysler LLC out of bankruptcy have broken down, making it quite certain that the company will file for Chapter 11 protection Thursday, according to people familiar with the discussions.
- Administration officials, who have been braced for a Chrysler bankruptcy filing for weeks, say all the pieces are in place to get the country''s third-largest employer through the court quickly, perhaps in a matter of weeks.
- The talks with Chrysler''s lenders broke down after the Obama administration''s automotive task force worked into the evening to persuade several hedge funds and other lenders to accept a deal to reduce Chrysler''s debt, said people involved in the talks.
- The Treasury boosted its most recent offer to lenders on Wednesday by $250M to $2.25B in cash for the banks and hedge funds to forgive $6.9B in Chrysler debt, people familiar with the matter said.
- J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., which leads the creditor group as Chrysler''s largest lender, gave the other 45 banks and hedge funds 90 minutes Wednesday evening to vote on the deal. A large number of the funds voted no and refused to budge, paving the way for an all but unavoidable trip to bankruptcy court, said people close to the talks.

Palmoni said...

Seems nobody is worried about Chrysler-We are up 2% obn the futures!