How dumb do they think investors are? Gabriel isn't even tested by an outside company yet, but this CEO wants you to think he can license companies.
Uh, this sounds like a company in which I happen to be invested AND pretty much the SAME TIMELINE that our CEO is following!!! Hmmmm, perhaps the shorts need to re-evaluate here AND BE REALLY STOOPID AND TRY SOME NAKED SHORTING AND/OR AIR SHARES CREATIONS!! Nice catch!! Nokia time!!
Wilson, I SAW HIM!! You were right!! Route 4!!! Looked just Like I thought--dumb and dumber and broke!! Nice burlap bag though.
If I were you, I'd close my shorts before the stock price climbs much higher. 14MM shares need to be bought before any gain can be realized. It may take a while but in the end the buyers will push this up .
Never mind. That's just Ol' Numbnuts posting as Hogan again. Hey Numbnuts, dat you?? Do me a solid here will Ya? Respond to your Hoggie post as Numbnuts just one more time....just for me, your pal. Whaddaya say? Answer your moronic post as Terpie....c'mon just one more time!! Cracks me up when you answer your Numbnuts (TERP) posts as Hogan!! C'mon, we won't say a word to your boss, promise!! One time for me!! You still da Man here Nutsie!! You're doin real good here sneakin' around as Hogan--honest!! We'll even pretend we don't know it's you!! You still pickin' those cans on Route 4? Keep that job, your gonna need it for Xmas gifts!! You too funny!!
Thanks to terp, the shorts are so anxious to get into VHC that the are driving the price up--keep it up shorts!!!
How MANY Options is KL selling?
not after VHC starts announcing...
VHC is USELESS
Gee hogan I don't know. Why don't you stand in front of a mirror and ask your alter ego Terp the same question. I'll bet you get a quicker answer from him.
ignorance is bliss.
I sure didn't think we'd get a chance to short this over $5.50 ever again, but the Specialist has suckered someone into buying. He probably will let this run until he's at a price where his short customers are happy.
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