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KanColle: Kagerou Class Destroyer Shiranui (Preparation Figure) by Taito

I had planned on looking at a Figma today, but some uninvited water has my toy closet in upheaval and while nothing was damaged, there’s a lot of stuff I can’t physically get to this weekend, as I await new carpeting so I can put everything back. 802 more words

(What's Left of) Our Economy: New GDP Figures Cut Trade's Contribution to Growth and Recovery Toll Remains Towering

The government’s release of revised figures for second quarter 2016 gross domestic product (GDP) revealed a higher constant dollar trade deficit than initially judged ($562 billion versus $556.3 billion) and a smaller absolute and relative trade contribution to annualized growth (0.10 percentage points to 1.09 percent expansion versus 0.23 percentage points to a 1.21 percent increase). 642 more words

{What's Left Of) Our Economy

Africa Oil & Gas: And the largest oil supplier to China in July is......Angola

Angola overtook Saudi Arabia and Russia last July to become the main supplier of oil to China for the first time this year, according to figures from the Chinese Customs authority. 107 more words

Mozambique Oil And Gas Industry

Doctor Who: The 12th Doctor Sixth-Scale Figure by Big Chief

It was three years ago that I Featured Big Chief’s Eleventh Doctor Sixth-Scale figure here on FFZ. It was a somewhat expensive gamble on an untested company, but ultimately it paid off. 1,808 more words

Pipeline attacks: FG imports Russian war helicopters, UAVs from Dubai

The Federal Government is making a comprehensive arrangement to respond to the attacks on oil installations in the Niger Delta region through the importation of sophisticated military hardware. 684 more words


The Ugliest Economic Data I’ve Ever Seen (Part 2)

By Andrew Hoffman – Re-Blogged From http://www.Gold-Eagle.com

It’s Thursday morning – and there are nearly a dozen “PM bullish, everything-else-bearish” headlines worthy of distinct articles.  Such as… 1,438 more words

GDP & Employment

Japan's Exports Sink at Its Fastest Rate Since the Financial Crisis

Japan‘s exports tumbled in July at the fastest pace since the global financial crisis with a resurgent yen adding to the challenge of weak external markets – leaving the economy and the government more reliant on shaky domestic demand to drive growth. 591 more words