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To: S. maltophilia who wrote (1308)11/7/2023 8:04:57 AM
From: SI Ron (Colonel Sammy)  Respond to of 1319
That was a time when SI was so busy. I wish we could search that far back, I think an advanced Google search may do it

To: S. maltophilia who wrote (1308)2/24/2024 1:15:19 PM
From: Broken_Clock  Read Replies (1) | Respond to of 1319
I watched an interview with Adam Taggart of Wealthion fame the other day. He was asked how he went from being a Silicon Valley VP to an independent podcaster. He alluded to being part of(or at least lurking) on an online group that sounded awfully lot like the original Residential Real Estate Crash thread. He was trying to buy a home(Mountain View I think) and credited his time reading the thread with changing his mind and holding back from buying in the early 2000's bubble. He came to the conclusion that American kids just aren't taught about financial issues and dedicated his career to education in the venue for the common man.

I suppose SI has quite the illustrious membership, although it is likely to remain buried.