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  • ima_spent_force ima_spent_force Mar 27, 2014 3:17 AM Flag

    These boards should be shut down

    people are getting SICK of hearing from billy, buffy, truffy, muffy, cuffy, and huffy with their 10,000 billion dollars torturing serfs for some SICK entertainment.

    SHUT IT DOWN.

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    • Now now Heir Adolph, just take the Andy Capp approach to the inanity pecked out on a cheap keyboard by those people you wish to censor.
      Andy's approach to Flo's comments is "You're entitled to your opinion, as STUPID AS IT IS you're still entitled to it"
      Now ease up and sit back on the beach and enjoy the new bevy of bikini beauties and you wont need Cialis.
      You may WIST to SEE ALICE, but that's another story.

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • Now now Heir Adolph, ust don't read their inane comments
      Or take the Andy Capp approach to their comments.
      The Andy Capp approach to Flo's comments is "You're entitled to your opinion, as stupid as it is, you are entitled to it" Ease up and enjoy the new breed of veal in those teeny tiny bikinis. Then you wont need Cialis,
      but you may wish to SEE ALICE
      Well so long for now

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • you are missing the point totally. message boards carry with it the useless information posted by of the moronic investors. where else is this available? this contrary indicator is extremely valuable. just recently a few aapl posters were asking why aapl doesnt buy nflx. If these people ask why, then you want to do the opposite. yes, message boards are valuable.

    • Gathrz.corn time?

 
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