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The program formerly known as Seven Second Delay, and The Happiness Hut. Ken and Andy, also known as The Enema Boys, further lower WFMU's already abysmal standards on a weekly basis. Stunt radio which subjects the radio audience to concepts and topics which mature adults should not have to endure. Find the fatal flaw. (Visit homepage.)

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Options September 24, 2008: Seven Second Delay Investment Club

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Listener comments!

  6:05pm Listener Mike in SoCal:

Welcome back! Last week was painful, and I am an FMU die hard.
  6:09pm Sean Daily:

Second comment! Woo hoo!
  6:12pm Seattlite:

Both of these guys are net millionaires
  6:12pm Faust Gertz:

If Andy has millions and Ken doesn't, then Andy is more likely than Ken to be bailed out by the government. Of course, that wouldn't do me any good.
  6:16pm Karen in Sleepy Hollow:

My money goes to Ken, I trust him a lot more then Andy.
  6:20pm Bad Ronald:

I'm back in embalming fluid!!!!
  6:20pm Seattlite:

I'm going with Andy. My current portfolio consists of Washington Mutual and ING. Driving on the shoulder, ready to take off.
  6:22pm spaniel:

why is Andy turning his back on the forever stamp syndicate? i still have my certificate but have yet to see a return. it's actually starting to look like a reasonable investment, that is if your investment firm doesn't steal your money.
  6:22pm Faust Gertz:

I plan to diversify my portfolio and invest in several WFMU personalities.
  6:23pm Listener Mike in SoCal:

Invest in religion, you're sure to make a profit if your pitch is good enough.
  6:23pm Laurie:

He's not allowed to talk about it on the radio? $cientology!
  6:24pm Andy in Berlin:

Raisonets are Nestle
  6:28pm Matt:

Why does this guy keep saying "turbans" instead of "turbines?"

...and will Andy be able to buy even one share of Apple?
  6:30pm Andy in Berlin:

Vestas is about $115 per share
  6:35pm Sean Daily:

I'm going to invest in Bibles, hollow points, unleaded, powdered eggs and Humungous masks. It's the Apocalypse Fund!
  6:36pm Andy in Berlin:

Nestle is about 43 bucks
  6:47pm Listener Mike in SoCal:

What if the government was to give everyone in America $600? That would stimulate the economy and everything would be fine. I just know it would work.
  6:48pm Sean Daily:

I've got an idea! Give me $700 billion and I'LL fix the economy! Really. Trust Me.
  6:52pm Listener Mike in SoCal:

"Hey Brother, Can You Spare $750,000,000?" -Arthur 2: On The Rocks
  6:53pm Sean Daily:

That's it! Invest in wheelbarrows for all the deutschmarks I mean dollars that we'll need to buy a loaf of bread!
  7:13pm Listener David:

Vestas closed at $37.57 today. Don't know where you got $115. WWDRY is the symbol
  10:35am Soup:

I guess you guys aren't that bad. I enjoyed this episode.
  5:43pm Andy in Berlin:

I looked up the company website and got a different symbol from the one you had (VWS.CO) - it would seem they have different offerings in Denmark, where the company is located, and in the UK which is where your symbol (VWDRY, by the way) takes you. In Denmark the closing was given as $114 and change.
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