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Knock...Knock...Who is there? FedEx...FedEx who? FedEx will be there tomorrow!
What is the worst kind of cat? CAT-astro-phe !
What do you get when you cross snowman with vampire Frost-Bite.
What kind of Bill can you breath? Billionaire.
Why did Dino go to the hospital?
Because he was (Dino) "Saur".
How do you make eleven even?
Take away the "el."
How do you make seven even?
Take away the "s"
Why did the chicken cross the railroad track?
Because it wanted to get to the Chick train.
What is a duck on the 4th of July?
Knock, Knock...Who is there?Banana...Banana who? Banana...Banana who?Banana...Banana who? OR-ange...Aren't you glad I didn't say banana?
Are you 5?
No! I am not 5! I am 4.95 plus shipping and handling!
Knock knock...Who is there? Panther!Panther, who? PantH-or-no-PantH I am going Thwiming!
Laughs above are credited to kids and various sources.
Business fun facts!
Over $18 Trillion a year is spend on ConsumerGoods worldwide.Women account for almost two third of it. Just think about this women power!
Did you know the ancestry of American people?It is a melting pot of immigrants from all over the world.This trend continues today.These immigrants make the America great, including best in business.
There are over 300 million Americans.Ancestry of Americans include approximately Germans over 14%, African American 12%, Irish 12%, English 8%, Mexican 8%, Italian 6%, Hispanic 5%, French 4%, Polish Scottish, Dutch, Norwegian, Scotch-Irish, Native American, and Swedish are between 1-3% but add up to 11%.The rest are from other countries.
About US housing
At the end of 2008 approximately 7 out of 10 people in the US owned a home. The US population is over 300 million.
In 2008, $3.3 Trillion was the total loss in value for the US housing market. In early 2006 housing market value was close to $9.4 Trillion.
Not so fun fact…there are over 15 million home owners with questionable mortgage loans.Experts believe that 2/3 or over 10 million have potential of foreclosure...but this number is going down
Markets slip - The DOW has now given up all gains for the year
The DOW closed down 226 points or 1.25%, the S&P500 was down 21 points or 0.99% and NASDAQ was down 70 points or 1.39% week ending April 17th. The DOW Year-To-Date gains are now 0%, S&P500 is 1.1% and NASDAQ is 3.6% for the year. The oil was up $5.96 or 4.07% to $57.73 per barrel.