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  1. I won't go into detail, but yea, that doesn't mean much at all to a company like this. Changes in the fair value of derivatives flow through earnings (unless certain accounting criteria are met and elected). All this means is that they're on the wrong side of a derivative contract, but less so than last quarter. If it had moved into an asset position they might be able to cash out of it if needed, but it being liability just means now they'd have to pay less to exit it than before.
  2. What are thoughts on DECN these days? Seems to just keep creeping down.
  3. Seems very odd that it won't go above .20.
  4. Made a quick drive over to The Backyard parking lot. Was pretty perfect because they circled around us (Baylor). Very cool. Some workers at The Backyard were watching from their roofdeck patio. It looked glorious in the awesome weather, but I had to get back home to work (and that whole Rona thing). Hopefully soon...
  5. Will be joining for the first time on Saturday with some buddies. Looking forward to it.
  6. I picked up Cane Rosso from the Deep Ellum location on Saturday. Exact same setup as Streets Chicken described above. Table out front with one guy grabbing food/taking cards. I had no problem calling in, they told me 10-15 minutes, and they weren't kidding. Order was ready when I got there, and was a tad cold when I got home. Nothing 1-2 minutes in the oven on broil couldn't fix.
  7. Amateur question. I would like to spread some turf builder, and I think I need to aerate before doing so. My yards are not big, total lot size is 7k sq. feet. A professional service quoted me $150. I don't mind spending some money, but that just seems silly for my small yards. This is the only tool with decent reviews on Amazon. Would seem like a slow process, but fine to go this route if it's the best idea: Yard Butler Lawn Coring Aerator Manual Grass Dethatching Turf Plug Core Aeration Tool ID-6C This would seem like the easiest/most efficient, but reviews are pretty terrible: Rolling Lawn Aerator 18-inch Garden Yard Rotary Push Tine Heavy Duty Spike Soil Aeration, 50-in Handle (Green w/Fender) The aerator shoes are the last option, but have read these are not the best idea. Any advice on the best option?
  8. Amateur question. I would like to spread some turf builder, and I think I need to aerate before doing so. My yards are not big, total lot size is 7k sq. feet. A professional service quoted me $150. I don't mind spending some money, but that just seems silly for my small yards. This is the only tool with decent reviews on Amazon. Would seem like a slow process, but fine to go this route if it's the best idea: Yard Butler Lawn Coring Aerator Manual Grass Dethatching Turf Plug Core Aeration Tool ID-6C This would seem like the easiest/most efficient, but reviews are pretty terrible: Rolling Lawn Aerator 18-inch Garden Yard Rotary Push Tine Heavy Duty Spike Soil Aeration, 50-in Handle (Green w/Fender) The aerator shoes are the last option, but have read these are not the best idea. Any advice on the best option?
  9. Anybody aware of public courses open in Dallas? Have a buddy that wants to go this weekend, but said he called 5 or 6 places. Bear Creek and Tenison had messages that they're closed indefinitely. The others didn't answer. This was also in the evening, so he said he's going to try again today.
  10. A Mendocino Farms opened on Ross across from the Trammell Crow Building. I haven't been yet, but there was one near a client I worked on in LA, and it was the (only) highlight of my days there. Love the Not So Fried Chicken, but never had anything I didn't like. https://www.mendocinofarms.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/2020_SPRINGMenu_Digital_T1-small.pdf Yelp photo:
  11. Is there a trick to acquiring Louisiana crawfish tails, as in a grocery chain that typically carries them? A quick google brings up the Louisiana Crawfish Co. that will deliver for $20/lb.
  12. That sucks. I live very close, so had high hopes. Did you notice if they had a happy hour of any sort? I googled, but nothing came up and their website is worthless.
  13. I'm planning to smoke some ribs tomorrow. Live in Old East Dallas, so thinking I'll head to Rudolph's. Is that necessary for ribs, or going to overpay unnecessarily so just go to Central Market?
  14. Spoosner

    Melbourne

    Had a fantastic meal at Cumulus. I believe it's a tough reservation, but I was by myself and was able to walk in and sit at the bar. Echo @staboner in that it would be great to have a local with you. They're known for their hidden bars and rooftops, which are somewhat tough to find on your own. I'm sure there's some guidance in the interwebs though. Try to attend something at MCG (Melbourne Cricket Ground), ideally Aussie Rules Football IMO. It's one of the more heralded stadiums in the country.
  15. Spoosner

    Deep Ellum

    Ended up heading to Revolver Taco again. So F'ng good. After dinner we hit up Trick Pony for a cocktail because we still had some time to kill. Drinks were very good, and bartenders were nice and attentive. Not sure I'd make a special trip, but if you're walking by...
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