Wrong yet again. I'm not trying to sell anyone anything. I told you many times that I would turn this dump upside down and sideways until you stopped trying to scam people, bully them and until you've learned humility. You've don't none of that. His does it feel to know that you'll spend your remaining days trying to bully me into leaving to no avail? This board is a worthless disaster because of grumpy old pinheads like you and will remain so until you expire.
"As God is my witness, that poster and me are NOT the same person. Yahoo could confirm it all day long. Your despicableness is evident to anyone who visits this board. Tell yourself everybody that sees you as a clown is all the same person......it's all you have left to cling to."
[If this one isn't another ten are. And you welch on football bets. You have no ethics. You routinely post under multiple IDs as if no one will notice. You have more impersonation IDs that one can shake a stick at. Cut the act - no one is buying it. ]
The Intel Years
by wallisweaver • Apr 21, 2013 9:12 PM Flag
2013: Year of the Intel Tablet
2014: Year of the Intel Smartphone
As God is my witness, that poster and me are NOT the same person. Yahoo could confirm it all day long. Your despicableness is evident to anyone who visits this board. Tell yourself everybody that sees you as a clown is all the same person......it's all you have left to cling to.
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Twinkletoes continues his love of deception, impersonation and general sliminess.
Funny! He's very, very uneducated and everything he says is in direct hypocrisy to his actions. All you can do is make fun of him. There's nothing else you can do. He's wanted to bully this message board for years, but his fate is that he's a nobody, a zero here. Bully's like him deserve to get punked, as he has but numerous posters.
wallisweaver • Apr 23, 2013 3:02 PM Flag
"I suspect the shorters of that are in some pain, perhaps, apparently, most likely."
[I'm not a shorter, I have puts. No pain until at least January. Pretty sure the bottom will fall out of ARM by then. Once people realize that they are paying $46 for 5 cents in earnings. The estimate was 4 cents in earnings. Maybe you can explain to me how a company that show almost no earnings can have a huge honking P/E ratio. It's totally unbelievable...]
He stalked the living #$%$ out of Ashraf until Ashraf finally saw hos a) worthless his opinions were and b) how bad he was a stock picking and c) how downright creepy he was. He then told Wallis to beat it. LOL. I'm sure Wallis has not problem beating it......
In early March, soldiers with automatic rifles, ski masks and dark-green uniforms without insignias appeared at key points throughout the Ukrainian peninsula of Crimea.
Ukraine accused Russia of infiltrating its country for a takeover, and foreign diplomats including Secretary of State John Kerry demanded answers from Moscow as the world threatened to impose sanctions. Putin did answer, calmly and unswerving.
"There are many military uniforms. Go into any local shop and you can find one," he said, speculating the men were probably Ukrainians dressing up, but Putin also reserved the right of Russia to "protect the local people."
The response flummoxed diplomats, who appeared unsure how to respond. Sanctions were postponed and Russia annexed Crimea two weeks later. On Thursday, Putin admitted in a Moscow call-in radio show that the men were indeed Russian soldiers.
Now, mysterious soldiers have cropped up in eastern Ukraine where pro-Russian separatists have seized buildings and are demanding to be annexed like Crimea.
"There are no Russian divisions, no special forces in East Ukraine," Putin said during the call-in show. "They are locals."
Putin may be living in another world, but it's one where some subterfuge goes a long way in getting him ahead — and where he's careful to leave all options open when he talks, say analysts. He is balancing denials of Russia's involvement in Ukraine with threats of force, leaving the West to wonder about his intentions.
Mark Galeotti, clinical professor at New York University's Center for Global Affairs, says it is hard for Western leaders to respond successfully to Putin because he is playing by a different set of rules than they are used to.
"What the West should do is ditch the old rules of the game," says Galeotti, an associate member of NYU's History and Russian & Slavic Studies departments. "They are bound by this gentleman's agreement of diplomacy, which includes not calling people out when they are lying."