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Re: hello from el dorado
« Reply #20 on: July 12, 2013, 09:22:51 PM »


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Re: hello from el dorado
« Reply #21 on: July 12, 2013, 09:24:02 PM »
Hi, Lorenzo ;)


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Re: hello from el dorado
« Reply #22 on: July 12, 2013, 09:25:47 PM »
You're quite the trader / businessman aren't you, Robert?

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Re: hello from el dorado
« Reply #23 on: July 13, 2013, 03:09:24 AM »
I'll go right to the point: One small but very shrewd producer has discovered the "sweet spot INSIDE the sweet spot" of the rich Marcellus Shale.

This independent's 200,000 acres are going to change everything. Its procession of record-setting wells can determine your investing future.

This could develop into the biggest energy investing stories of the year.

Even with natural gas cheaper now than in 2000, this is one of the strongest-trending stocks in the S&P 500. It's outperforming all the crude drillers and even most of the red-hot refineries. And it's going to get hotter.

The story of the outfit that struck the sweet spot inside the sweet spot of the Marcellus is amazing. To tell it right, let me take you on a trip back in time…

380 million years ago. A massive tectonic collision crushes coastlines, triggers earthquakes, raises mountain ranges and mashes the continent of North America into the shape of a kidney bean. Tremendous forces are unleashed beneath the earth that one day will change the course of global history—but not for millions of years to come.
30 years ago. A man in Texas obsessively pursues a dream. After years of toil, this ultimate, risk-taking, entrepreneurial wildcatter, a stubborn son of Greek immigrants, "cracks the code" and unlocks the massive energy potential hidden for eons beneath the American soil.
6 years ago. The strange culmination of this eons-long chain of events: A mild-mannered university professor makes a mathematical calculation on a scrap of paper. And he rewrites the U.S. energy future.
At the heart of this tale is mud—380-million-year-old mud to be exact.

Mud that would eventually compress into rock… and then, many eons later, become a kind of rock star… at least to geologists and many lucky investors and land owners.

You've already guessed—it's not your average mud.

The mud in question formed geologic ages ago when the continents were still emerging and not a single dinosaur, mammoth or vertebrate of any kind walked the earth.

It was a strange world—warm and watery. Paleontologists call it the Devonian Period. Many call it the Age of Fishes. It's believed the average global temperature hovered around 86° F.

Planet Earth, unlike today's orientation, was tilted on its side. The land that would become the northeastern U.S. enjoyed a balmy climate not unlike today's southern Brazil or the east coast of Australia.


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Re: hello from el dorado
« Reply #24 on: July 13, 2013, 03:17:17 AM »




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Re: hello from el dorado
« Reply #25 on: July 13, 2013, 03:20:01 AM »
If a scrap of dry land was to be found around New York, it would've looked and felt like Hilton Head Island, climate-wise. But dry land was in scarce supply.

That's because a large section of what are now the states of Pennsylvania, New York, West Virginia, Maryland and Ohio lay submerged beneath a sub-tropical sea.

In fact, water covered most of the world. Fish were the "boss" life-form of the planet. Their only competition was primitive plant life on land.

This shallow ancient sea—geologists refer to it as the Appalachian Seaway—stretched from the Gulf of Mexico to upstate New York.

Keeping company with the fish in the briny depths were microscopic plankton. And as these plankton died, a massive layer of dead organic material—think of it as green slime or "organic road kill"—collected on the seabed.

For hundreds of millions of years this gooey substance piled up.

Then an epochal tectonic event occurred.

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Re: hello from el dorado
« Reply #26 on: July 13, 2013, 03:48:50 AM »
sandali po lamang, tayoy mag ko komersyal
kong wala nitoy wala ring hanapbuhay

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Re: hello from el dorado
« Reply #27 on: July 13, 2013, 03:53:58 AM »

balong purposely wore this t-shirt when he went to visit the dentist. not to remind everyone that he is now in digos, davao del sur. the hot bed of rebeldes, ilagas, way sapatos, moklo ug uban pa. gimingaw lang sija sa ijang asawa who is from loyola village, digos.

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Re: hello from el dorado
« Reply #28 on: July 13, 2013, 03:57:21 AM »

as usual, still pretending. konohay nag basa ug newspaper. pero wa poy seguro oi. basin diay ug ka basa
sija tinood. balong's grandpa was pure chinese. he took the veloso surname when he was baptized

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« Reply #31 on: July 13, 2013, 04:57:03 AM »
and now, ladies and gentlemen, lapis ug fountain pen, i will show the picture of balong's millionaire chinese girl friend. para dili ma accuse ang ahong amo boss nga ngilngig, nga mag somangil lang ug posing para ingnon. ma nayming lang ug tapad ug naay gwapang insik. i dont know what the motives of people are. do they belittle you to make themselves bigger. gi pasagdan  lang unta si balong nga ga pose in front of renee terrace. what is the harm in pretending. sala ba diay kong duna tay mga pangandoy sa kinabuhi.actually, the girl is the owner of the sweat shops. balong is just a minority stockholder. gi ubanan si balong sa insik wakang adto sa dentist. medyo may edad na ang wakang but she still looks good. kay milyonarya gud. matuman bisan unsay kapritso mao nga gahi ma wanggits.

ug karon mga higala, eyes to the look, ayaw ug pamilok. kay ahong i post ang pic ni balong nga nag lips to lips sa insik, ga ka jat pa jud. ;D

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Re: hello from el dorado
« Reply #32 on: July 13, 2013, 05:16:24 AM »
sorry robert nga mi sapaw ko nimo. po-ol man gud kaajo nang mag sigi ta ug basa ug copy paste. maajo nang mga orig ba. pareha sa mga post ni padre chic.

and now boys and girls, the long awaited time has come. mo gawas na ang gf ni balong.

sound the drums and trumpets.

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Re: hello from el dorado
« Reply #33 on: July 13, 2013, 05:28:03 AM »
unja ra nato e post kay naa pa si padre. ma uwaw ta 8)

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Re: hello from el dorado
« Reply #34 on: July 13, 2013, 05:53:40 AM »
ha ha ha ha! imong amiga nang dentista, nong? kyut baja nang inchikadora... :D ;D

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Re: hello from el dorado
« Reply #35 on: July 13, 2013, 04:50:48 PM »
and now, ladies and gentlemen, lapis ug fountain pen, i will show the picture of balong's millionaire chinese girl friend. para dili ma accuse ang ahong amo boss nga ngilngig, nga mag somangil lang ug posing para ingnon. ma nayming lang ug tapad ug naay gwapang insik. i dont know what the motives of people are. do they belittle you to make themselves bigger. gi pasagdan  lang unta si balong nga ga pose in front of renee terrace. what is the harm in pretending. sala ba diay kong duna tay mga pangandoy sa kinabuhi.actually, the girl is the owner of the sweat shops. balong is just a minority stockholder. gi ubanan si balong sa insik wakang adto sa dentist. medyo may edad na ang wakang but she still looks good. kay milyonarya gud. matuman bisan unsay kapritso mao nga gahi ma wanggits.

ug karon mga higala, eyes to the look, ayaw ug pamilok. kay ahong i post ang pic ni balong nga nag lips to lips sa insik, ga ka jat pa jud. ;D

music maestro....

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Re: hello from el dorado
« Reply #36 on: July 13, 2013, 05:02:03 PM »

balong purposely wore this t-shirt when he went to visit the dentist. not to remind everyone that he is now in digos, davao del sur. the hot bed of rebeldes, ilagas, way sapatos, moklo ug uban pa. gimingaw lang sija sa ijang asawa who is from loyola village, digos.
si balong rang usa sa dental office. actually, gi ubanan sija sa gf kay ang gf maoy tagija. VIP treatment gyud. daghan man ug negosyo ning insik. bisan unsa lang gud. pareha ni balong. ginagmay nga mga negosyo.
business and pleasure relationship. kay biyuda man ang insik. kahibaw ang insik sa trabaho ni balong nga online dating. kay mao man poy ijang trabaho. balong and gf met on an online dating site many years ago

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Re: hello from el dorado
« Reply #37 on: July 13, 2013, 05:06:10 PM »

sorry to disappoint you folks. kotob lang ta sa agbay agbay ha. di ta mag pakita ug sex scandal kay basin ma kick out ta. tapos ang maligayang araw. mao ra ni atong kalipay post post

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Re: hello from el dorado
« Reply #38 on: July 13, 2013, 05:18:37 PM »
thanks to my gf for playing a role in my movie 8)

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Re: hello from el dorado
« Reply #39 on: July 14, 2013, 03:42:07 PM »
If a scrap of dry land was to be found around New York, it would've looked and felt like Hilton Head Island, climate-wise. But dry land was in scarce supply.

That's because a large section of what are now the states of Pennsylvania, New York, West Virginia, Maryland and Ohio lay submerged beneath a sub-tropical sea.

In fact, water covered most of the world. Fish were the "boss" life-form of the planet. Their only competition was primitive plant life on land.

This shallow ancient sea—geologists refer to it as the Appalachian Seaway—stretched from the Gulf of Mexico to upstate New York.

Keeping company with the fish in the briny depths were microscopic plankton. And as these plankton died, a massive layer of dead organic material—think of it as green slime or "organic road kill"—collected on the seabed.

For hundreds of millions of years this gooey substance piled up.

Then an epochal tectonic event occurred.


 

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