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  • zimalabuja zimalabuja May 21, 2008 4:18 PM Flag

    MCD=Supersized People

    A LICE BLOW MAX. LOL.
    GEE I should rush right out and buy this pos.
    Yeah Motley MORON, KRISTIN GRAHAM said on 1/14/08(check PNRA history) that PNRA was worst stock to own for 2008. SHe said this at a PNRA price of $33 now PNRA is $52 and fairly valued. I made $ and sold tyvm.
    Motley Fool is a bunch of morons that write article for stocks they own. Period. .

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    • u shorts are looking a bit shorter these days, shorter in the wallet, lol.

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      • Are you retarded? From $40 to $16.50 and thats reason to celebrate. I guess thats some explanation of the longs continual irrational exhuberance in the face of continual SUX price declines. LOL.
        Heard it at $22, price was at bottom , then 20, then 18 then 17 then 16. SUX has broken all of those 'bottoms'. I am not a tecnical charter but if I were then I'd see that SUX hasn't broken the downtrend line.
        SUX is haveing a temporary blip(0.75 up) because some moron activist investor bought less then 1% of the shares and the longs had gotten all horny. The passion will subside. Wait until August 8th, SUX WILL be priced lower than it is today. Excited about that? Meanwhile all of the CASH u have locked into this pos is LOST OPPORTUNITY to invest in something that COULD ACTUALLY MAKE YOU MONEY in NEXT 3-6 months.

 
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