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WE HAVE THINGS DATING BACK TO THE 1940'S, 1949, UP TO CURRENT VINTAGES, SMALL BOUTIQUE WINERIES AND WELL KNOWN WINERIES AS WELL. WHAT SEPARATES US FROM OTHERS IS JUST THE WAY I INSTILL IN MY STAFF, LISTEN, TREAT PEOPLE THE WAY YOU WANT TO BE TREATED. DON'T MAKE ANYTHING A BIG ISSUE. JUST DO IT. NIKE DID IT BEST, THAT SLOGAN IS THE BEST EVER, JUST DO IT, RIGHT? JUST DO IT. MAKE PEOPLE HAPPY. AND NICK DEFINITELY DOES THAT. THERE ARE A LOT OF RESTAURANTS POPPING UP IN THE SUBURBS, AGAIN KIND OF A BOOM GOING ON. JUST LOOK IN YOUR OWN BACK YARD. THERE'S DAVIO'S, CUCINA'S IN CHESTNUT HILL, AND IN COOK IN NEWTON. THERE ARE A LOT OF CHOICES, AND YOU DON'T HAVE TO PAY FOR PARKING. THAT MAKES IT A LOT EASIER. HE'S THE CHEF EVERYBODY KEYS AN EYE ON AND NOW HE'S UP TO SOMETHING NEW. 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"I wish we could have gone further in the playoffs to enhance those feelings." Griffey, who agreed to come to Chicago so he would have a chance to play in the postseason, went 2 for 10 in the AL playoffs as the White Sox were beaten in four games by the Tampa Bay Rays. He underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left knee this month to repair torn meniscus and torn cartilage, a condition that affected his power numbers. "He will undoubtedly help some club, both on the field and in the clubhouse," Williams said. "Pure class." Griffey passed Sammy Sosa for fifth on the home run list last season and has 611, trailing only Barry Bonds (762), Hank Aaron (755), Babe Ruth (714) and Willie Mays (660). Griffey is 18th with 1,772 RBIs. Chicago also declined a $2.25 million option on backup catcher Toby Hall, who batted .260 with two homers in 41 games last season. He gets a $150,000 buyout. Chicago also agreed to a one year contract with free agent infielder Jayson Nix, who spent most of last season with the Colorado Rockies' Triple A farm club at Colorado Springs. Nix played in 22 games with the Rockies, batting .125 after opening the season as the starter at second base.
Cheap And Premium Quality Women Size 616750 001 Nike Air Foamposite Pro Yeezy,653996 146 Nike KD 7 USA One theme I like to harp on is ignore these government reports as much as possible the herd on Wall Street reacts as if they are accurate, but most are highly flawed. Instead listen to the companies themselves. JCPenney (NYSE:JCP) is out with exactly the reason I don't believe the "stocks are cheap on 2008 earnings" argument. Mid tier department store operator JC Penney Co Inc (NYSE:JCP News) on Friday slashed its first quarter earnings forecast, saying sales through the Easter holiday were below expectations and noting that consumer confidence is at a multi year low. Penney counts half of American families as its customers, and they are feeling macro economic pressures from many areas, including higher energy costs, deteriorating employment trends and significant issues in the housing and credit markets," Myron "Mike" Ullman, chairman and chief executive officer, said in a statement. Penney Co. I touched on the latest Wall Street sales job re: retailers during one of the "early cycle" boomlets last month [Feb 26: Kool Aid Bulls Twist Inflation Into Being a "Good Thing"]This is why you are seeing rallies in the same tired groups that bet on 2nd half recovery. Would I buy retailers here? Bleep no. I'd be restarting short positions on individual names if I could. I'd submit retailers are where homebuilders were about a year ago after a huge drop, hopes rise that "this is the bottom" and "it cannot get worse" and "we've seen the worse, time to get in" and we get these incessant hopeful rallies, that lead to another round of drops as reality washed over the dreamers in the coming months. People in NYC do not understand the corrosive nature of inflation on the consumer. They do not understand the real struggles that are happening now, not to mention in 6 months when their "recovery" thesis happens, as inflation continues to ramp. They conveniently put aside that 70% of GDP is based on consumer the same consumer who is going to be eaten by inflation, that they are cheering. So each time Tiffany's (NYSE:TIF) reports a better than expected number (whose flagship NYC store derives a ton of sales from foreigners thanks to our cheap US peso), or Costco (NASDAQ:COST) ramps due to people fleeing to bulk, I keep focusing on these heart and soul middle America stores like JCPenney (JCP) or Kohls (NYSE:KSS) companies that are actually good retailers but who are being overwhelmed my macro economic events. Aside from restaurants [Sep 19: Tough Times Ahead? Restaurants], I find the retailers to simply be one of the biggest targets to avoid [Nov 7: Are Department Stores Signaling a Recession in 2008] unless you're a very short term trader who buys them in their extreme dips, and flips them on the "early cycle rally" which is destined to fail within a week or two. Unlike the companies I focus on, these groups have no pricing power, and no visibility exactly the type of things we want in an investment. More and more companies are simply pulling guidance now, such as DSW (NYSE:DSW) Fast Money stole my line here last night but if women are not buying shoes you know economic issues are serious. Shares of shoe retailer DSW Inc. tumbled Thursday after the company reported lower quarterly sales and earnings and issued a bleak forecast. Both these sectors are being hit with the same issues squeezed on the input side by inflation (although the government reports deny it's an issue), and then squeezed on the output side by the struggling consumer. This leads to compression of margins. which leads to compression of profits. which leads to compression in stock prices. Maybe a lot of this is already reflected in the stock prices [Jan 15: Will There be Anywhere Left to Shop in 2010?], but I am still of belief other than the deep discounters, bulk warehouses, and a few select teen retailers, the outlook remains bleak and is not going to improve in the next few quarters, no matter what the "everything will be fine in 6 months" crowd keeps insisting. The "pooring" of the Middle Class continues in America is a reality real wages are not keeping up with real inflation, and combined this with the loss of the house ATM. $600 rebate checks are not going to change this dynamic, although the financial pundit folks in NYC still live in their ivory tower and don't realize this. I've been debating adding this Ultrashort Consumer Services (NYSEARCA:SCC) for months on end, but since it is top weighted with the companies that should benefit most from the pooring of America (Walmart/McDonalds), I've been reluctant to pull the trigger. Since last fall I've been bemoaning the opportunity to short individual names such as Coach (NYSE:COH) [Oct 9: Our Old Friend Coach] or frankly almost any restaurant stock from much higher levels when the denial pattern of any slowdown was still ripe in the air being stuck solely with Ultrashort ETFs is a major roadblock. But with that said, with the new socialist era of financial backstopping, I've been thinking maybe some of that financial short exposure should be moved to this consumer area (and I'm limited to this ETF) after all, the government won't backstop consumers they are not integral to the economy or have major lobbyist groups like NYC banks. Women Size 616750 001 Nike Air Foamposite Pro Yeezy Jessie James and Eric Decker ofEric Jessie: Game Onare expecting their first baby. In a new video clip fromE!, Jessie has revealed the sex of their baby. She now knows that they are having a little girl. The couple has not prepared a nursery yet, but they have a ton of adorable little girl clothes including a pair of pink Nike shoes that Eric picked out. This baby will obviously be daddy little girl. Her mom has also bought some adorable clothes for the new baby. Jessie is staying quiet about the name of their baby. She said that their little girl will share her middle name, which is Rose, but they aren telling anyone about the first name yet. This baby name has already been picked out since before they knew if it would be a girl or a boy. She didn say if it was a girl name or one that would have worked for either sex. They probably won share the name until she arrives. Don miss the season finale ofEric Jessie: Game Onwhen it airs on E! on Sunday night. This should be a great finale including the big wedding of Eric Decker and Jessie James.
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