What does Si Robertson always say?

“I sting like a butterfly and punch like a flea.” “I live by my own rules (reviewed, revised, and approved by my wife).. but still my own.” “I am the MacGyver of cooking. If you bring me a piece of bread, cabbage, coconut, mustard greens, pigs feet, pine cones…and a woodpecker, I’ll make you a good chicken pot pie.”

Is Si Robertson legally blind?

Si was 65 years old in 2013. In Episode 7 Season 2 it is stated that he is legally blind and has not visited the eye doctor for about 10 years. Si may be regarded as the most popular character.

Did SI really sew the apron?

On one episode, none of the men’s wives could figure out how to properly sew an apron, until Si arrived and plopped down at the sewing machine, iced tea beside him, and expertly stitched a perfect full-length apron, with ribbon ties and hems and everything.

Do the Robertsons still live in West Monroe?

If you know Phil, then you’re probably not surprised that he lives here. This property is located in the backwoods of Monroe, right on the Ouchita River. He and his wife, Kay, may have been living here for many years.

When did the SEC come out with Rule 144A?

Rule 144A is an SEC rule issued in 1990 that modified a two-year holding period requirement on privately placed securities by permitting QIBs to trade these positions among themselves. RegS and 144A Bonds are generally assigned two separate sets of securities identification codes.

Can a person other than an issuer use Rule 144A?

Any person other than an issuer may rely on Rule 144A. Issuers must find another exemption for the offer and sale of unregistered securities. Typically issuers rely on Section 4(a)(2) (often in reliance on Regulation D) or Regulation S under the Securities Act.

Can a 144A bond get a CUSIP number?

144-A bonds get a CUSIP number and an “ISIN” and are generally accepted for clearance through the DTC system. 144A is a private placement in the US for US investors Reg S is a Bond issued in the Eurobond market for international investors

How are Rule 144A bonds used in the market?

Rule 144A enables qualified institutional buyers (“QIBs”) to trade rule 144A bonds with one another as frequently as SEC registered bonds can be traded amongst all market participants As a result of Rule 144A, 144A securities are generally as liquid as SEC registered bonds