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Idiot Supporters of President Bannon

Posted in Observations during Life, Uncategorized on 21, February 2017 by nathanbusch

I was in the BP station in North Mankato last Thursday when a guy walked up to the counter to complain that a candy bar that he was holding in his hand was made in Poland.  He then proceeded to complain to everyone within hearing distance that the maker of the Oreo candy bar, which was Mondelez, had a foreign-sounding name and, therefore, was a foreign company.  He then pontificated that the BP station should sell goods and services that were only made in the United States by citizens of the United States.

Of course, if the idiot had pulled out his iPhone, which was manufactured in China, and had used Google, the co-founder of which was Russian, to determine the facts about Mondelez, he would have quickly discovered that the company is a U.S. Company with its headquarters in Deerfield, Illinois.  But, there this moronic President Bannon supporter was, proclaiming that the clerk behind the counter was not a patriot because the store owner was selling an Oreo candy bar that was made by a company with a foreign-sounding name.  Of course, he was standing in a BP station, which is franchised by a foreign company, that was selling gasoline made from foreign oil, dressed in clothing made by foreigners in factories situated on foreign soil, with a cellular telephone made in China, complaining about a candy bar made by an American company.  Then he went out to his automobile, most of which was made by foreign workers situated on foreign soil, and drove away on an asphalt pavement that was derived from foreign crude oil.

Yes, he did buy the candy bar.

It clearly takes an idiot to be a supporter of President Bannon.

I hope that this helps.

Nathan A. Busch

The Judiciary, Despots

Posted in Uncategorized on 19, January 2015 by nathanbusch

“The germ of destruction of our nation is in the power of the judiciary, an irresponsible body — working like gravity by night and by day, gaining a little today and a little tomorrow, and advancing its noiseless step like a thief over the field of jurisdiction, until all shall render powerless the checks of one branch over the other and will become as venal and oppressive as the government from which we separated.”

Thomas Jefferson, 1821.

I hope that this helps.

Nathan A. Busch

Obama, 29th November 2013

Posted in Uncategorized on 30, November 2013 by nathanbusch

29th November 2013

Twenty Miles from the Middle of Sanity, U.S.A.

Mr. Obama:

Your recent score card:

Affordable Health Care Act, commonly known as ObamaCare: F triple minus. If you cannot even get a simple Website up an running, how are you going to manage one-fifth of the entire economy of the United States.

Syria: F quadruple minus. You let tens of thousands of resistance fighters be slaughtered by that Thug-in-Chief, Bashir al-Assad. Meanwhile, you dithered until Al Queda was in Syria and then you capitulated to the Thug-in-Chief when he dropped chemical weapons on his own people. You should give that Nobel Peace Prize to some one who actually deserves it!

Iran: F quintuple minus. Your middle name is not Hussein, it is Capitulator.

Valadimir Putin: Do you even know what he is doing to his own people? Do you care?

China in the East China Sea: Ok, the Chinese declare more than 40,000 square miles of the East China Sea, including part of Japan, as their territory. What do you do? You send a couple of tiny B52 bombers whilst the Chinese laugh at you!

I am no great fan of W. But at least he was able to kick some A** in the world and managed to get what ever he wanted from a Democrat controlled Congress. I bet that you cannot even convince your staff to let you use your own private toilet just off of the Oval Office!

Nathan A. Busch

“John Bell”, 26th September 2013

Posted in Uncategorized on 26, September 2013 by nathanbusch

I received the following e-mail missive from our mysterious “John Bell” this morning. His latest “magic stock pick” was an abysmal failure. Now, he wants his victims to again give him their money. Some people just never figure things out.


I can’t believe how many people emailed me after my last pick asking for a new one.

Well, the wait is finally over.

I have a brand new pick that I will be releasing in about a week.

I’m not guaranteeing you will turn $5,000 into $15,000, but I believe this will be my biggest pick of 2013.

This company has a tiny market-cap but is backed by some very big names.

John Bell


I hope that this helps.

Nathan A. Busch

As at 22nd March 2013

Posted in Uncategorized on 25, March 2013 by nathanbusch


I hope that this helps.

Nathan A. Busch

“John Bell” and Tesla Motors

Posted in Uncategorized on 4, December 2012 by nathanbusch

On 4th December 2012, I received the following e-mail from our mysterious “John Bell”.


Urgent Reminder: My pick is THIS Thursday!

Tomorrow I’ll send you all of my research about Thursday’s pick.

This research will give you the exact reasons I’m picking this company.

BUT, it won’t give you the company’s name or symbol.

I’ll be releasing the name and symbol on Thursday morning only.

I’m super excited right now.

F**k Christmas. Seriously. This is what gets me excited.

Seeing people turn hundreds into thousands, thousands into tens of thousands!

I’m always brutally honest about the confidence I have in my picks.

Nine months ago I released a pick and told you I wasn’t 100% confident – It still doubled!

With this pick I’m beyond confident.

The product this company produces is used in every Tesla Motors vehicle.

This one is HUGE.

John Bell


When I receive further information, either from “John Bell” or the audience of this Web log, I will update this post. However, as a preliminary matter, I would not consider Tesla Motors to be an outstanding investment opportunity. Given that it has a long-standing habit of losing money, I would not consider any vendor of Tesla Motors to be a particularly good investment opportunity.

Given the history of “John Bell”, the company that he might select may produce items that could be used in electric automobiles produced by Tesla Motors but whether his “magic stock pick” actually provides any parts for the Tesla Motors automobiles is another matter. To reinforce this position, remember that “John Bell” touted Jammin Java because it had “partnered” with Amazon. A simple fact checking operation indicated that Jammin Java had only advertised coffee on the Amazon website and only five, yes 5, pounds of coffee were available. To say that “John Bell” stretches the truth about the connections between his “magic stock picks” and actually functioning companies is, well, generous.

Further information will be posted here as it becomes available.

I hope that this helps.

Nathan A. Busch

Is “HDSI” the latest “magic stock pick” of John Bell, 25th September 2012

Posted in Uncategorized on 26, September 2012 by nathanbusch

Dan and my audience:

Today, 25th September 2012, I received the following e-mail from our mysterious “John Bell”.


I know, I know.

I apologize profusely.

I’m delaying tomorrow’s pick again.

In case you’re unaware I was set to release my summer 2012 pick tomorrow.

Well, for various reasons I’ve been forced to cancel (you’ll find out why when I reveal the pick).

But don’t worry…

I expect I’ll be releasing the pick very, very soon. Probably sometime next week.

Keep watching your emails. I’ll send you an update as soon as I have it.

Yours Sincerely,
John Bell

P.S. For those who weren’t ready today, this should be a blessing.

I’m so confident in this pick that I will go on record and state:

If it doesn’t rise at least five-fold I will retire, shut down my website and stop this newsletter.

You have an extra few days. You will NOT want to miss this!


It appears that someone, or a group of people, purchased about 603,000 shares of HDSI today and drove the price to 0.80¢, that is zero point eight cents, per share. The share price as risen about 2.5 times since I first started drafting the Weblog, last Thursday, about HDSI being the new “magic stock pick” of our “John Bell.”

My research shows that this company has no discernible assets, aside from an alleged license for ocean-born algae bioreactors, and an unreasonable amount of debt. It appears that this does not have a business plan, let alone a viable business plan. Proceed to purchase HDSI at your own peril.

I hope that this helps.

Nathan A. Busch