Bosilawhat You sure you don't want to move back to CA? WSJ version of free speech Beautiful To be honest, I wouldn't want to live in that neighborhood. I would try to build my dreamhouse with that kind of money and have some leftover and have a bigger property too still in SoCal. I dont want somebody's lived in house for that.
That's a lot of money.
WSJ News Exclusive | Sprint, T-Mobile Near Agreement on New Merger TermsSprint and T-Mobile are close to agreeing on new terms for their merger, according to people familiar with the matter, as the wireless carriers race to close the deal after overcoming a federal court challenge. Now they can charge you even more money for hackable phones, spam, con artists and spoofed numbers. Call me old fashioned but I still believe that monopolies are a threat to regular people like you and me.
WSJ News Exclusive | Global Terror-Finance Watchdog Set to Sanction IranA global terror-finance watchdog agency is set to blacklist Iran, broadening a U.S. effort to isolate Tehran financially and potentially straining the already sanctions-battered Iranian economy. SamanthaIrani سیمین ایران رفت تو لیست سیاه که Best news ever IranRegimeChange NoVote4Terrorists
WSJ News Exclusive | Trump Administration Plans to Raise Seasonal-Worker CapThe Trump administration plans to allow 45,000 additional seasonal guest workers to return to the U.S. this summer, the highest number of the president’s tenure, according to three administration officials Mar a Fatso needs workers. Those meals at Mar a lago won’t cook or serve themselves. He’s got this election in the bag. Who you got in 2024?
WSJ News Exclusive | Sprint, T-Mobile Revise Merger TermsSprint and T-Mobile have agreed on new terms for their merger, as the wireless carriers race to close the deal after overcoming a federal court challenge. We welcome your criticism, but if you do not respect our culture and civilization and try to hurt us, then your criticism can only make us resentful, you are just satisfying yourself and your associates, while telling the world your narrowness and ignorance
WSJ News Exclusive | Google Resists Demand From States in Digital-Ad ProbeThe search-engine company is reluctant to surrender some documents sought by investigators looking into possible anticompetitive practices. do no harm I recommend Google to take the trump approach to documents. Always look out for 1. That's me. No matter what. Never surrender or give in to some chump that wants to destroy you. Ignore their demands and keep truckin until your at a standoff with the chump and its win or lose everything. And you will win. Courage under fire.
WSJ News Exclusive | EBay Moves Toward Selling Its Classified-Ads BusinessEBay Inc. is taking steps toward a potential sale of its classified-ads business, which could be worth roughly $10 billion, according to people familiar with the matter.