When a patient is in intensive care the flow of the medical report can be a mixed bag. Currently our patient CLWR hangs by a thread as it sucks on the nipple of Sprint for survival. Sprint's glands are now swollen and the insurance company has denied any further procedures to keep this patient from it's natural death.
The doctor has now made the decision and is advising the next of kin that it's time to PULLL THE PLUG. This story has run it's course except to the sheep that still believe in Santa and think he's coming to town to rescue this debt ladden, not income producing turd in a punch bowl.
believe: do everybody a favor and just go pollute the S board. You are so obviously a CLWR short and/or a S long. The fact of the matter is that S is trying to rig the purchase of CLWR. Prusch is for all practical purposes a Sprint employee. S has some cards but not all the cards. You should be very worried about Crest, Mt. Kelllett, Dish, and we'll see who else. If everybody thought this was a done deal the stock would be sitting at $2.97.