As seen in the comments, the following was all just a misunderstanding. I apologize to Anonymous for misreading the sarcastic intent. Live by the sarcasm, die by the sarcasm.
It seems my blog was very popular at Wells Fargo Bank today.
As they almost say in Vegas, what happens on the Internet, stays on the Internet. Anonymity is perhaps not as anonymous as all might hope. Enjoy the disbursement of the following publicly available information! (As a side note, I know nothing more about visitors than we all do.)
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Wells Fargo Bank! 26 minutes and 7 seconds! Nice!
Oh, look. There's an out click! Let's see where that takes us.
December 8, 2014
An Astronomer's Guide to Financial Corporate Equities
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Then, using the power of bullshit, you could draw conclusions about future trend failures...
I must have hit a financial corporate equity parabolic trend failure nerve. Is it bullshit to say that all financial parabolas are guaranteed to fail? Or that financial parabolas, especially those involving the banking industry, do not promote economic stability? Is it bullshit to say this in public? Perhaps it is, at least to Wells Fargo Bank employees.
Is there a more optimistic word...
I'm just not being optimistic enough to please the Wells Fargo employees who use the Wells Fargo Bank resources to visit my blog during Wells Fargo Bank company hours. Sorry about that! I will therefore make an effort to find something optimistic to say.
November 18, 2014
U.S., Wells Fargo not as 'optimistic' about lawsuit settlement: lawyer
(Reuters) - Wells Fargo & Co and the U.S. Department of Justice are "no longer as optimistic" about settling a lawsuit accusing the country's largest mortgage lender of fraud, a lawyer for the bank said on Tuesday.
It's got optimistic in the title. I know, it also says not as. There's just no pleasing some people.