Funny how the board's self proclaimed "stock guru" can forcast the demise of MS but didn't have a clue about the demise of CORL, not to mention his views on "crooked" and "inept" management.
<<LOL! I think it's neat you project so well.>>
<Did I project your answer? >
LOL! You described EXACTLY what you did, when faced with the situation.
<<Still can't see the point I made?>>
<Uhmmm, you made no point.>
Ok Mr. wordweasle, the point was made by another poster and was thrown in YOUR face by me.
<<I think it's neat the way you aren't embarrassed to make a fool of yourself displaying your inability to read.>>
LOL! I think it's neat you project so well. Still can't see the point I made?
<<Please Carrion, I am surprised you think predicting my continued honesty worth your time to point out (it is obvious to everyone).
LOL! Honesty is the very last thing that comes to mind when 'everyone' sees that heehaw alias.
Your predictable MSFT bashing ways. All bash, no brains.
Healthsouth (HLSH)is probably the best investment your money can buy. It's trading well below it's peers. At $3.60 it is a steal. This stock will trade double digits within a year. Don't waste your time with MSFT. It's not going anywhere soon.
<<Well there's the one where I gave you permission to continue with your denials...>>
<Ohhhhh I see. >
Great! Please continue with your predictable ways. I'll be sure to point them out!
<<Please continue with this string of predicted behavior>>
<Got a link to a prediction that has been right? >
Well there's the one where I gave you permission to continue with your denials....
Then what's the use of spoon feeding the aliterate? Right?
<<LOL! I already told you to continue with your denials.>>
<If I thought admitting something that is not true would make your stupid posts go away I would. >
LOL! My posts go away when you and click go away. Get it?
And nice attempt at redirect. I believe the multi alias posting accusation, by your side has already been anticipated and predicted today.
Please continue with this string of predicted behavior