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  • boston215 boston215 Apr 28, 2014 8:54 PM Flag

    0.74 billion dollars tmus cap.evaporated today

    and that is one day only. how many parties one can have for that kind of money? i am talking about the parties where you have to pay and are not free.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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    • echo2l65 Apr 28, 2014 11:05 PM Flag

      hey BEAN(brain) .. why are you here harassing the tmus board again ? You don't own any stock here !!
      OH well, I guess you have nothing better to do but show people how 'iggy' you are - and you'll sure showum huh !!
      And I see someone said "party" and you wanted another (free) one for yourself - you wanted more cake with LOTS OF "stupids" sprinkled ALL over it again !!

      Just like the one celebrated when you 'sold' your T stock & bought VZ ?
      BTW, what was ALL THAT (big-shot) TALK you were talking then (?), BOASTING about how 'T'stock was going to $45 before the year was out, AND to MARK your 'words' .. then slamming VZ & stock-holders (good going dufus)
      So now you've jumped ship again (from VOD) to AT&T .. and now traded ALL OF YOUR AT&T-stock .. for "VZ" But now "T" has 'gone up', but VZ has dropped - hey good trade there you poor little (goofy) TROLL !!

      BTW, what was with that 'Deputy Barney Fife' (Barney FRANK) act on the AT&T board (?) .. giving orders & directing posters as to 'who' & 'who not' to talk to on the "T"board ??
      Wassa matter, did Andy fire you and replace you with "Goober" .. and you were too embarrased and sold your AT&T, moving on to VZ to make a fool of yourself there too ????

      OH, and 'good riddance' from AT&T (BEAN [brain] :-)

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