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  • fizrwinnr11 fizrwinnr11 Feb 10, 2011 3:01 PM Flag

    PFE is now trading higher than CSCO

    It's the first time in over a year-and-a-half where the price of Pfizer is higher than CSCO.

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    • Now when are you going to come up with some more for me?

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      we got several solutions for that,just bend over jerky boy,LOL.

    • "FORTNIGHT" Odd, I didn't mention that word, yet you assumed it was rather dormant in out lexicon thus proving your use is mere affectation.
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      why do you bother answering me charty?i'm I your confidant?LOL.

    • In the past you displayed annoyance when I would use that word on occasion. In fact on one occasion when I used fortnight, you said something like why don't I use "lustrum" instead of five years.

      So, being easy and wanting to please, I started using lustrum as I thought that was a great word.

      Now when are you going to come up with some more for me?

    • "FORTNIGHT" Odd, I didn't mention that word, yet you assumed it was rather dormant in out lexicon thus proving your use is mere affectation.

    • Believe it or not, words that were used in Shakespeare's day are still very much in the lexicon today.

      I like to think that this is a somewhat educated board and I'm not about to dumb down the vocabulary. I certainly figure that I'm going to be understood if I say fortnight instead of two weeks. Why does this seem to bother you so much?

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      you're getting very cleverer charty,LOL.
      napping a lot more over the week ends,LOL.

    • The moronic jerk is a bit inconsistant. When I explained to the mentally disabled one that he incorrectly uses travesty, he said it was okay because others misuse it. Just another example of his only being here to get attention.

      The mistakes in his writing are many, including poor punctuation and over use of hyphens. He is a total joke.

    • Where do you get the idea that these words are dormant? Every year before the Wimbledon tennis tournament for example you will hear numerous sportscasters talking about the upcoming Wimbledon FORTNIGHT.

      Believe it or not, words that were used in Shakespeare's day are still very much in the lexicon today.

      I like to think that this is a somewhat educated board and I'm not about to dumb down the vocabulary. I certainly figure that I'm going to be understood if I say fortnight instead of two weeks. Why does this seem to bother you so much?

    • That was a great word -lustrum. But it's been a long time since you came up with it. What have you done for me in the vocabulary department LATELY? I'm always looking to learn new things (other than computer things of course).

    • The befuddled, pasty fool is such an idiot. Don't you just love the pretention as he uses words dormant in todays lexicon? He sees himself or would like others to see him as a wealthy 19th century wordsmith. I should have never given him the word "lustrum" as a joke. Now he employs that as well.

    • "They both went down this week and Pfizer servered CSCO links in the cafeteria yesterday."

      Thanks. I will watch for such moves in the future.

      Now, if I could figure out my annual gains on my holdings. I was very disappointed when Chartnuts corrected me and then failed to tell me how he got the correct answer.

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