Maybe in another life I could find you there Pulled away before your time I can’t deal, it’s so unfair And it feels like Heaven’s so far away Yeah, it feels like The world has grown cold Now that you’ve gone away I can’t bring back what’s taken from me I’m on the wrong side of heaven and the righteous side of hell Arms wide open I stand alone I heard from God today and she sounded just like me I spoke to the devil today and he swears he’s not to blame And I understood ’cause I feel the same
Tanner was a good dog to the end. Tanner passed away on 9/11/19. I got tanner in September 2009 and he was just about six pounds and very skinny. We took good care of him and he gained weight to a healthy size of ten pounds. My little curmudgeon is what I liked to call him but he was always good in his old age. He was very good with William and Caroline. He inspected and loved both of them instantly when they were born. He got along well with Duke(dog) who passed in February 2017. He got along well with our family cat Milo. I am sad to see him go and in the way he went but he is in a better place now. Goodbye Tanner.
Lets say your ATT phone bill costs $100 a month. How many shares of ATT stock(t) would you need to own to pay your bill by dividends alone? Ok lets see how much ATT stock(t) pays in dividends. ATT stock(t) pays $"0.51" a share. If your bill is $100 and they pay a dividend of $0.51 it would take 196.078431373 shares of stock. That leads to the next question of how much does 196.078431373 shares of ATT stock(t) cost to aquire? The latest price of ATT stock(t) is $38.19 So to get how much it would cost to own 196.078431373 shares of stock it would be 196.078431373 times the latest price of $38.19 which equals $7,488.24. This would be how much it would be to pay one bill but you get a bill each month and a dividend every three months so you would actually need three times the shares equalling 588.235294118 shares which would cost $22,464.71
Have you ever tried Super Salmiakki? I ordered this from Fazer from amazon Super Salmiakki and it came in the mail from Finland. The product is made in Scandinavia and I kind of knew what to expect. I learned about Salmiakki from a podcast I listen to. I like black licorice and thought this sounds like it should be good. I was not prepared for how salty it was. Salmiakki is basically salted black licorice. I have to have mine with a glass of water. My wife tried it and gave up after one bite. I let my son have a little piece and he ended up spitting it in the trash. I initially did not like it either but finished my first one and said I would give it a try again. I have developed a bit of a taste for Salmiakki as an occasional sweet/salty snack. I still need a glass of water while eating them but enjoy the round little bits. The licorice is hard, but softer then hard candy. The kind of firmness that would stick to your teeth if you bite into it but not break them.
If you ever get a chance to try Salmiakki I would defiantly recommend it, but be warned that you might not like it at first because if you are used to sweet licorice and try Salmiakki the saltiness is almost overwhelming. If you do try it let me know what you think.