NFI Group Inc. aka New Flyer Industries Inc. (TSX:NFI) is an amazing company making cool buses: transit buses, double-deck transit buses, motor coaches, diesel, natural gas, battery-electric, fuel cell-electric, you name it.
Continue reading “NFI Group Inc. Those buses don’t fly.”
It’s been awhile since I’ve posted anything about my games.
But finally I was able to add 2 more solitaires to All-in-One Solitaire game.
- Golf Solitaire – simple game with the same rules as Tri-Peaks Solitaire, the only difference is the layout.
- Agnes Solitaire on the other hand is quite a tricky game that has two variants.
Bernauer, new variant, has kind of similar rules to Klondike Solitaire and more or less easy to win.
But Sorel, old variant, has very strict rules and it is hard to win.
Button for Golf Solitaire was made by me, that’s why it is so ugly. Unfortunately, my graphic designer is disappearing, he sends me emails once a while, but not able to work so far. Let’s hope it’s transitory. 😀
I’ve also add several plain background images by request of one of the players. I think it’s a great idea.
I’ve tried Goodfood meal kit once somewhere in 2018.
Food was good 😀 , no problems with delivery, but I cancelled my subscription right after my promotion period ended.
Continue reading “Goodfood – bad business”
And why I’m not buying it.
I was contemplating buying TSX:U.UN for some time already, but couldn’t force myself to buy a single share so far.
Since Kuppy and Doomberg (and many others) are constantly pushing it to the masses, I’ve decided to turn my gut feelings into real reasons and put them in writing.
Continue reading “Sprott Physical Uranium Trust”
As most of my games revenue is coming from ads including website ads shown at Pozirk Games, I need to make sure those ads are actually working.
Ad-blockers cause some troubles for website owner like me, and even though I don’t like ads myself, there is nothing free in this world.
If it’s not advertisers who pay, then it should me or players. I prefer advertisers.
Here you can see my tremendous skills in Photoshop and what I think about Volatility
Have to admit I’ve started following TheLastBearStanding long before I was able to deanonymize (is that the right word?) him.
I’ve read his The Volatility Squeeze posts, didn’t understand much, but couldn’t resist the urge to use my “knowledge”. 😀
Continue reading “Volatility”
But it is always fascinating to receive this kind of messages myself. 🙂
The good thing is there aren’t many people like that, it is basically only one so far.
A review for All-in-One Solitaire on Google Play:
Толькі ў сэрцы трывожным пачую
За краіну радзімую жах,
Успомню Вострую Браму святую
I ваякаў на грозных канях.
Continue reading “Пагоня”
It’s like a wave of visitors coming to my blog each time Doomberg releases another post.
I mean, usually I have ~1½ visitor a day, so the wave is like 20+ a day. LOL 😀
A question to those trying “password”, “letmein”, “doomberg”, etc. as a password, are you serious?
To satisfy everyone else’s curiosity:
– Doomberg is a team of 2+ people;
– one woman, one man;
– colleagues from work, not working there anymore;
– this work place is, let’s say, energy/plastics/chemicals related;
– one is Canadian, another one is American, both are living in States;
– one has MBA, another one has degree in chemistry;
– they have other Twitter account(s).
DISCLAIMER: Not an investment advice! 🙂 I might be wrong in anything and in everything written above and below. I’m doing it for fun and hope you enjoy!
Extracted from Need for Speed III: Hot Pursuit
NFS3 was one of my favorite games. Cops talking on the radio, spikes, reflections on cars (wow! 😀 ) and easy arcade gameplay… It was something amazing when I played it first time in 1999.
And the music of course…
Yeah, I’m experimenting with dramatic headlines for my posts. 🙂
I was buying and selling TSX:RNW stock a few times since 2017, but never held it for too long.
Dunno why, maybe because I have never really checked their financials and was just buying the stock for dividends.
In 2020 RNW went up a lot, which I’ve totally missed, but in 2021 things started to change.
Continue reading “Cracks in the foundation of TransAlta Renewables”
This music is from 2006, but I’ve just listened to it first time last year, life is full of surprises.