wrestlemania 27 predictions?
hello again my bros, well this time i will give my predictions 4 2011’s wrestlemania. at sescoops.com i heard that all titles will be unified like the wwe title with the world heavyweight title, us title with the intercontinental title. also i am not adding jericho to 2011’s wrestlemania because i hear that he is not going 2 renegotiate with wwe when his contract expires in september, i heard hes going 2 spend time with his band fozzy and with his family.also i did not add money in the bank because the ppv was successful. below are my predictions please bros do not be shy, i definitely know you people out there also have creative ideas and plans-tell us, tell me! ohh and also tell me if u think the matches are cool or not please be honest just no bad words! im trying 2 quit also im new
wwe/world heavyweight title unification match-2 people from raw, 2 from smackdown, 1 nxt winner
barrett vs orton vs edge vs cena vs kane(oh and my prediction is edge will be traded to smackdown during smackdown’s move 2 syfy)
winner-orton because he is becoming a huge superstar
ic/ us title- unification match-battle royal
punk vs kaval vs mvp vs kofi vs truth vs dibiase vs mysterio vs swagger vs bourne vs morrison vs rhodes vs ziggler
winner:kofi because he can get his push
unified tag team titles-fatal 4 way
usos(c) vs nexus(slater and gabriel) vs hart dynasty vs dos amigos(chavo and del rio)
winner: dos amigos because del rio can this way get his push and also chavo can regain his popularity
grudge match-tlc match
christian vs matt hardy
winner: matt because this way the match could be entertaining and can give both superstars a push and matt needs it more.
grudge match-takers streak 4 shawn’s revenge
taker vs hhh
WM 27 Undertaker vs John cena or Chris jericho
What should I name my graduation speech? and can you read my speech please?
My teachers all told me to change the title of my speech, What should I call it? can you please read it. And suggest a title to call it.
A Journey of Who We Are
Today is the day. The last eighteen years of our lives, everything we have accomplished, everything we’ve been through has led us to today. About 4 years ago, all of us were awkward preteens ready to get on the long journey of High School. Four years is a long time, but it seems like it all just happened yesterday. Elementary school, middle school, high school; it all feels like it happened in a flash. Twelve years of school, eighteen years of life and just one day to graduate.
From the very first day of school I knew that the next four years of my life weren’t going to be miserable. In fact, they turned out to be the best four years of my life. Since we were freshmen, we have grown from insecure, immature freshmen to successful, focused and confident young adults. This incredible transformation has been the result of our entire high school experience; everything from that first homecoming game, to the late night studying before the test, to the last night of our Grad Night event. These experiences have pulled us together as a class and we have learned to love and respect our fellow classmates.
Some of you guys are absolutely dying to get out of this school and continue on to college or your plans in the real world. But I’ll tell you right now, there’s nowhere else I would have rather have gone to high school than Fairfax High School. It’s a diverse and talented school. It’s in the good old heart of Melrose and Fairfax. That’s what makes Fairfax, that’s what makes the Class of 2011 special. We can walk down our school halls and know everybody’s name from where we come from. We have grown up with each other; we know something about each other. We can look at one another, and a lifetime of memories flash before our eyes.
This school year, I can promptly say I am proud to be apart of the Class of 2011. I am proud to call every one of you a member of my class. We have been apart of each other’s lives for the past four, eight, and for some, eighteen years. And today, in one single day, we finally move on with what we have learned.
Before I continue, I’d like to tell you about a lesson learned. When I was younger, I would often return home to a familiar question: “So, what did you learn today?” My answer would always be “nothing” or “stuff.” As I look back, I never lied, yet I never told the whole truth. Many people think that you don’t know anything with only 18 years of experience; I think they’re wrong. I’ve learned a lot about myself and others from the relationships I have built throughout the years. I believe my most important lessons were “people” lessons. Those are the lessons which could never be taught out of a book or in a lecture; you have to go out and experience them for yourself. I have learned that you’ll never know the answer if you don’t ask the question. In the end I realized that people like you for who you are, and not what you try to be. Essentially, everything is a give and take situation and we can never give enough. If you want to be heard, first you must listen.
I’m not going to say my high school experience was perfect. I’m not going to say that I didn’t have some regrets, or missed opportunities. Every one of us went through the good times and the rough patches. But I wouldn’t trade my high school experience for anything else. Everything that has happened to us, everything we have been through, has made us into who we are today. And it’s these experiences, these life lessons, which we will take with us into the next step of our lives. Whether your high school experience was the greatest in the world, or if it was something that wasn’t quite ideal, when we leave here today, we can all honestly say we are the champions of class of 2011. Thank you and have best of luck to all.
FYI: The reason why I say “we are the champions of class of 2011” is because our school won the city football championship game.
Good speech, nice analogies.
Yeah, my titles kinda suck, but it’s at the top of my head.
-The Finish Line
-Champions of 2011
-Four Years of Fairfax
-The Best Years
My titles suck! If I think of anything better, I’ll edit and add. Good luck.
Can I use eBay with just a Paypal account?
Im 14 now and I’m a lot more into my studies, so when I was clearing out my room to prepare for my next year of school, I found a load of junk that I had grown out of like Yu-Gi-Oh cards, various other trading cards, toys, puzzles, board games, etc…
So instead of getting rid of them all, my friend suggested that I sell everything to eBay. What a great idea! I immediately started taking pictures of a few products that I wanted to sell with my digital camera and loaded them onto my computer to sell on eBay… But my parents do not want me to use their eBay accounts, even though they have used the site for their own needs before. This is understandable however as I wouldn’t trust a 14 year old child with access to my own credit/debit cards or bank account details.
So I was wondering, since I have a Paypal account of my own, could I create an eBay account without providing any bank account details, but is connected to my Paypal account? So when I generate money from selling my products on eBay, I could channel the money only to my Paypal account. Is this possible?
If it is not allowed for persons under the age of 18 to create an eBay account, my parents agreed that they would willingly create another eBay account that only used my Paypal account and as long as they don’t have to provide any of their bank account details. Currently I have only got £0.55 in my Paypal account, but since I only plan to sell products, this isn’t a problem and the amount of money saved should grow. To start with I will only sell products in the UK, and if that is successful, maybe ship some products out to other countries too.
Is this possible? Are there any other alternatives?
All help appreciated.
Yes its possible
What is the best path to become a successful stock broker?
I’m wondering what is the best way to become a successful stock broker…
I’m aware that there are many different exams and qualifications that are required to be completed before you can trade and work with stock. If someone could make up like a time line or some type of plan so I can look into each step more in depth that would be great.
I’m currently a freshmen in college, if that helps.
In the US – You need to be an employee of a Broker/Dealer so they can sponsor you in order to become a licensed stock broker.
Firms usually want college graduates, but it is not really necessary nor really a requirement but many firms like it and make it their requirement. Bank broker/dealers usually want all the sales reps to be college graduates.
Your college major is not important, (No courses in the academic world prepares you to be a broker). But since your coming into the world of Finance, some of the more helpful majors would be Finance, Accounting, Economics or Statistics,
You should be good at math and have a decent idea about the stock market.
You should be good at selling, and it would help if you have an outgoing personality.
So if you‘re good at sales, or have a good sales background in place of a college degree, you’re part way there.
Try to get with any major brokerage firm they will put you through an in-house training program, which is primarily getting you ready to take the necessary test for licenses. You will need a Series 7 which is a General Securities Brokers test, and a Series 63 which is just for state approvals.
Most brokerage firms, except bank B/Ds, will put you on salary and once you have passed the test, they will slowly take you off salary and put you on commission basis pay out. Banks will usually keep you on salary but no commissions.
If you have your choice, you’re always better going to work for a regular B/D rather than a bank you will learn, faster, better and the proper way of how the industry works. As a broker for a B/D you can always find another B/D that will hire you or at the worse, you can always work for a bank. But if you’re Bank B/D trained and licensed, it’s very difficult to go work for a regular B/D unless you have years of experience or believe you can bring a “big book”
While you’re in school, take courses in accounting, finance and economics and try to do well in them. Also, do as much reading as you can about the various markets and the products traded in those markets. Don’t depend on the school to provide special courses since there are no real courses in the academic world that will prepare you for the stock/bond/option markets.
Here’s some books that will help you
Beating the Street by Peter Lynch
Bulls Make Money, Bears Make Money, Pigs Get Slaughtered, by Gallea
From Riches to Rags, by I.C. Freeley
How to Make Money in Stocks” by William O’Neil
24 Essential Lessons for Investment Success by William O’Neil
The Intelligent Investor, by Benjamin Graham
Common Stocks, Uncommon Profits, by Philip A. Fisher
One Up on Wall Street by Peter Lynch
Stocks for the Long Run, by Jeremy Siegel
The Interpretation of Financial Statements by Benjamin Graham
The Lazy Person’s Guide to Investing by Paul B. Farrell
Trading for a Living, by Alexander Elder
Uncover the Secret Hiding Places of Stock Market Profits by Joel Greenblatt.
What Works on Wall Street by James O’Shaunessey
You Can Be a Stock Market Genius by Joel Greenblatt
Your Money and Your Brain by Jason Zweig
Try to get yourself a part time or summer job with a broker/dealer or a bank – the specific job is unimportant, the experience will look good on the resume’
Good luck, go try it, you may like it
Anyone want to buy a runescape account for 50million runescape GP?
This account is 99 theiving with 25.3mil experience, it is free to play and has no gold or items. its got perfect barrows pure stats will give more detail to a purchaser, recipe for disaster is done, desert treasure is done, luanr diplomacy and dream mentor are both done, fremenik trials done, quest for helm of neitiznot is done.
Will sell the account for 50million coin’s this will require you trading me before I give the password but its instant and i have no need for the account anymore i haven’t used it in 7-8 month’s and I will not take it back i have a successful main and i plan on sticking to it.
im selling my account because im in need of Runescape gold I lost my cousins chaotic maul and i want to give him 50million gp for my stupidity
For anyone that might be considering this, there are some things that you might want know about using a Runescape account that was made by someone else…
From Jagex’ point of view, there can only ever be one owner of an account — that is, the person that created the account is always considered to be the account owner.
Buying, selling, trading, or even giving the account away is considered, by Jagex, to be against their rules. If they become aware of an account that is being used by someone who is not the person that created the account, they will lock the account (preventing it from being accessed). If the account’s creator is able to provide information that convinces Jagex that they are the original account owner, then Jagex may let them have access to the account again.
There have been cases where people were given accounts by a friend that they then used for a long period of time, years even, only to have Jagex lock the account. Sometimes those accounts end up being locked permanently.
Anyone who offers you even a ‘free’ account is probably attempting to scam you – people have been known to intentionally give away accounts, only to let the other person use the account for a while, earning xp and gp and accumulating items, and then telling Jagex that the account was hacked or stolen or whatever… And then they get the account back, basically scamming the person that received the ‘free’ account. Of course, people that do this repeatedly have eventually had their accounts locked permanently, but that doesn’t make it any easier on the people they scammed in the meantime.
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