<<"Well, the rest is history. I can't wait to see him explain his way out of this.">>
He won't. He's very sparing and selective about admitting when he's wrong, but very generous in tooting his horn when he's right. Think he'd have that poor sucker from RBC Capital, Jordan Rohan, back on his show now after trashing him mercilessly last quarter when he downgraded Yahoo!? Once in a while he'll admit to being wrong (part of the act), but if he admitted he was wrong, every time he's wrong, that would take up about half the show.