fine. Investors are taking its stock at 95 as I prepare for my
gives the reins to
Steve "Shoe Box" Ballmer
(he used to carry change around in a shoe box when we played cards together in college), so no new negatives there. By the way, I love his hair, which pretty much fell out strand for strand with mine, but that's where the similarities end.
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The Intel capital-spending number was huge, so I am still trying to gobble up some semiconductor-equipment names. (Usual suspects.)
Which leaves us just Mr.
. And he is as unknowable as ever. But he would have to announce his intention to short
TheStreet.com Internet Sector
index to knock it down after these numbers.
Gotta go hop onto the Yahoo chat. Oh, yeah -- Yahoo!-haters, I remain long. I know there is some sort of debate about me and Yahoo! raging in cyberspace. Here's my comment: There's more to life than my Yahoo!, but my kids do have Yahoo! backpacks and they do have Yahoo! pyjamas.
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