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@Edp007If you can't afford to pay you tax bill this year...easy solution... register a company locally for $50.. then check the Gov't website for grants... you will find one you qualify for ..just ask ..you get lol
@Edp007Bailouts are terrible...who's gonna bail you out if u go "over budget" lol its the old adage..owe the bank a little they got u...owe them a tonne.. u get them by the shorties..just feed u more..and we pay in taxes
@Edp007Little side story.. have a pal born in N Korea... butsince 2 yrs old grew uo in S Korea.. as a teenager he and parents came to Canada.. ask him what he knows about N Korea..says nada.. Dad wont talk about it even,,end of story...interesting part
@Edp007$TSLA This week, Oppenheimer analysts Colin Rusch published a research note, generally supportive to Tesla's prospects, in which he highlighted the value of the stuff that makes Teslas go.
"We believe Tesla’s battery pack and drivetrain IP represents substantial value for the company given that it has produced a significant volume of vehicles," he wrote."We also believe it is possible to quantify the business and its potential impact based on penetration rates. We believe this business could be worth $15-20 [billion] by 2022." http://www.businessinsider.com/tesla-dangerously-valuable-asset-no-one-talking-about-2017-3