Remember the last Bull-Luterman trade (see A Corkscrew Trade)?
We've done it again! Did Luterman take advantage of Bull this time? Or did Bull get the advantage? Or was it an even trade? You be the judge.
Here's what Bull shipped to Luterman on March 23:
Here's what Bull received from Luterman on March 25:
So what do you think? Email your opinion to firstname.lastname@example.org. Just indicate A, B or C.
Send comments if you like. Results and comments will be posted soon.
|A. Luterman Advantage
|B. Bull Advantage
|C. Even Trade
email@example.com: This one is close, but I give the nod to Bull for coming out ahead.
firstname.lastname@example.org: Howard's passion for great mechanicals cost him this time. Bull wins.
email@example.com: If Howard's happy and Don's happy, it is an even trade.
firstname.lastname@example.org: The two shoes don't equal the two bottles, but when you throw in the womans face with grapes, "loving wine", you are dead ahead. The rare trick Fred Herbertz pulls Luterman ahead, but then you throw in the shapely thigh of a 1880's leg, well we have risque here, if it were 1880's we would have lewd here, and I would say that 'kicked' this trade over the edge, ooo la la.
email@example.com: I can't believe that someone with your knowledge could have someone get the best of him.
firstname.lastname@example.org: I think it was even; each got two great items in my opinion.
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