“…the nagging fear that the boy who cried wolf was only telling the truth when everyone had learnt to ignore him.”
There’s always tomorrow…
Famous last words? “The long-term history with this situation is that it’s a lot of posturing and not much reality.”
Don’t worry about the orange man.
Come one, come all.
“I cannot — yet I must. How do you calculate that? At what point on the graph do ‘must’ and ‘cannot’ meet?”
“On the other hand, there’s a serious amount of scary, or at the very least, disappointing, happenings out there.”
The read-through there appears to be that Trump is discovering why it’s difficult to draw “red lines.” You draw one, someone crosses it, and then you either have to bomb them or back down.
“Either way, you gotta be super smart to run a country and sell vol. buddy, okay? It’s not easy.”
And it got still more ridiculous.
“…game theory suggests that the North Korean leadership has a strong incentive to bring forward the final phase of the Game of Chicken.”
She packed my bags last night pre-flight;
Zero hour nine AM;
And I’m gonna be high as a kite by then…
Kim Jong-Un looks like he’s losing his ability to move markets.
It’s all green screens out there early on as the relief rally gathered steam in the overnight. Bottom line: Hurricane Irma wasn’t as catastrophic as feared and North Korea decided maybe it wasn’t a fantastic idea to launch another missile ahead of a new sanctions vote in the Security Council where it still enjoys the…
As noted late last week, things would look quite different on Monday, one way or another.