Mrs. Vivian Micheal,
Liberte Sicap,Abidjan Ivory Coast.
Compliment of the day, I would like to apply through this medium for your co-operation and to secure an opportunity to invest and do joint business with you and my family in your country. If you can handle long time business investment jointly with me and my son in your country.
I honorably intend to invest in your country into a very lucrative business venture of which you are to advise and execute the said venture over there for the mutual benefits of both of us. Your able co-operation is to become my business partner in your country and create ideas on how money will be invested, properly managed and the type of investment after the money is transferred to your account with your assistance.
Meanwhile, on indication of your willingness to handle this transaction sincerely by protecting our interests and upon your acceptance of this proposal, I would furnish you with the full detailed information, procedure and amount involve. I shall be glad to reserve this respect and opportunity for you, if you so desire, but do urge you to give the matter your immediate attention it deserves.
Looking forward to your response, you can equally email me with my private email or above phone number for easy communication.
Mrs Vivian Micheal And Son,
Malazan....Is the first 1/3 of DG the part that introduces Karsa? If so, yes...very painful....but if/when you meet him, just know that he evolves and grows on you. ;-) If this isn't' the book with Karsa, then it's just a new cast of characters and a new continent...they do become integrated, so hang in there! It's a very good book....much better than GotM.
Hey...we can make paragraphs now!! cool. This makes these much easier to read! My husband was a sales rep for first Lord Abbett and then The American Funds for 25 years. He's with a start up now called BIC, repping some very interesting products to Advisors. He likes the ETF biz. Options, etc. were fun and interesting to me when I was a broker, but the pace was frantic. I didn't' like dealing with the public either, which was why I retired from that. People act emotionally, as you say, and almost always buy high and sell low. They become attached to a particular stock too....and they won't' listen. Drove me nuts. LOL.
Let me know how DG is going for you!
Just read your bio....I was a Broker at Smith Barney when we first moved to Florida. Before Bob dragged me out of NYC, kicking and screaming, I worked at Institutional Investor an wanted to be an Institutional broker. Had to settle for retail down here and really didn't like it. Although my background is in the Arts, I loved structuring portfolios and following companies. Fascinating. What kind of trading do you do? Stocks? Bonds? Exotics?
The shout boxes are back and work!! Yippee!! So glad you are still at Malazan. It is a heavy heavy philosophical series. Lots of shades of gray. I'm on my second time through now and it's like a whole different series. So much is foreshadowed, and you just can't know that subtle stuff the first time through. SE is amazing. Keep at it...it is so worth it.
Soooooo.....Have you jumped into Gardens of the Moon? Have you checked out the Malazan thread on here? It is spoiler free because one of the moderators, Amanda, is a newbie. It helps a lot. Let me know how you are liking it!
So glad you got GotM!!! Go slow and pay attention. If you have any questions, email me....since I can never tell if anyone is leaving messages here and it's been a week since you left me a message! ;-) Tektonica@aol.com
Welcome to Malazan!
btw, Tess...I agree with you about aSoIaF. I've read them all and well, meh. I'm not attached to anyone either. I don't trust GRRM with my emotions. It's an OK yarn, but doesn't have much meaning or resonance for me. Malazan on the other hand is deeply philosphical and I'd like to know many of the characters. Some I really love...all memorable. The two series are very different animals.