Someone just got raped by the after market trader! Hope that traders enjoys (or chokes on) his 5 martinis on someone else's dollars!!!
Only an insider can leak that if it were true. Any moron can pass a rumor on the Internet. In fact, sorry to hear about your employer's insurer not paying for sex@al reassignment. Seems arbitrary and capricious!!! Unreal.IFF it happens, I WILL post a full retraction:). Odds are about 90-10 at best I won't be retracting:)
The other thing (don't know if in the article you are citing or not) (and no one seems to be mentioning further) is a possible health risk of/with the hot water filtering through the pod -- guess it would have something to do with the chemical composition of/in the plastic. Now that would be of concern to me. And before all you KCup sycophants get your knickers in a knot, I am just giving the details of the interview I saw. AND, if there ever turns out to ANYTHING being linked to that, you may as well wait for the late night commercials from the 1-800 WILL SUE for you - if there is a buck to be made - people and lawyers will find a way to get it.
WHAT have I been TELLING you MORONS about Golden Doofus?!!!!
This guy KNOWS his stuff
I bet he SNIFFS the CO2 too, knowing the HUGE market CO2 SNIFFING represents
Glad SOMEONE finally backed me up!!!
R) – If anyone would brew his morning joe using K-Cups, you'd think it would be the inventor of the K-Cup himself. But John Sylvan, whose single-serve pods revolutionized the coffee landscape, sticks with making coffee the old-fashioned way. "I don't have [pods]. They're kind of expensive to use," John Sylvan tells James Hamblin, writing for the Atlantic. "Plus it's not like drip coffee is tough to make." But besides being steeper in cost, the plastic-and-foil pods that made up most of Keurig Green Mountain's $4.7 billion in revenue last year have been called out for being environmentally unfriendly. According to a 2014 article in Mother Jones, Green Mountain made 8.3 billion of the non-biodegradeable, mostly non-recyclable K-Cups in 2013—"enough to wrap around the equator 10.5 times." "I feel bad sometimes that I ever did it," Sylvan admits to Hamblin about his invention.
Just a thought...I warned this board many times about following or paying Seth for advice. Possible one of the worst traders or investors over the last 4 years...Have I made bad trades? sure, however Seth has continued to give bad advice to paid suckers. I'm up well over 550% over the last 3 years? Seth? Just check out his calls..You are up (maybe slightly), but he has yet to bet the S and P 500 since he began scamming people.
Well I've watch him for years using slight of hand (example: don't follow me (today)). Which means follow me and look at me...all leading to getting your Visa out and paying him $39.99 for advice on how to lose money fast. I consistently said Soda's CEO was a joke and now look? He's a joke and the court Jester? You guessed it, Seth and his lies.
I leave you all to clean this mess up...As for me my last couple thousand shares sold for a $3200 loss...But I can make that up. However, the guys who got scammed by this thief will more than likely never get their money back. Lastly, thank-you Soda, I made well over 6 figures (only long) on your dream and I'm sorry how you may fade away in a slow death, but only hope is you take that nut with you. Peace.
You use too many BIG words that I cannot comprehend what you are saying.