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#21

I can’t believe nobody said “Tata for now”.

Although if any financial newsletter writers need a headline, I will ignore the ghastly plagiarism that transpires.


#22

I have noticed that after getting to know you, Mr. Investor. I still :heart: you! But I am wondering if all Indians are as verbal as you too?

Actually, you are the only non-Native American Indian I know. So I can only take your word for the statement I quoted.

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#23

I had met a lot of Indians in the US. Most of them were hospitable and helpful people. There was an Indian colleague of my dad, which helped us settle.


#24

The memes are more entertaining for that line, I have to say.

(Tata status: saved - but only just)


#25

She needs a very supportive tata holder! :open_mouth:


#26

That she does - If mine were that bountiful, I wouldn’t be running for fear of having my eyes out!


#27

You know Aunt Vickie, I love you like my own mom, but why on earth do you think I am emotional? I said “Indians are an emotional people.” I am by no means a typical Indian. And yes, even if you knew every single non-native American Indian on the planet, you wouldn’t really know me…even my mom doesn’t. Haha.

(Unless you mistake the permanent smirk on my face for “emotion”. )


#28

I think you are emotional because of the passion you seem to have for anything to do with politics. Honestly, I swear I can feel your emotions through what you say and the way you say it. When you do get all wound up, I do not like to take part in those conversations because I enjoy conversations that are more on the pleasant side. :wink:

I think I have figured that much out. :slightly_smiling_face:

Maybe passionate would be a better word.


#29

Aunt Vickie…I am completely non-emotional when it comes to my own life. Emotional when it comes to my country because there is still some hope. When that goes away, that’s when I become completely cold blooded.

And don’t even get me started on my fellow Indians.


#30

Me too!