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SeaWorld Entertainment, Inc. Message Board

  • jbpsb1 jbpsb1 Nov 5, 2013 10:31 AM Flag

    Bottom line

    SEAS makes its money by kidnapping then torturing beautiful, intelligent Orca whales by withholding food and warehousing them in tiny concrete pens driving them to kill trainers and one another. Nothing SEAS so called "management" can say to refute these documented facts.
    With more than 85% of the CNN viewers saying they will never take their children to SEAS until they stop this morally bankrupt activity, the handwriting is clearly on the wall..

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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    • yeah, i agree. the massive imagine problem is setting in.

      i have watching black fish fb page. the night before blackfish aired on CNN they had 83k firends

      this thursday will be 2 weeks since the first public airing on CNN ... blackfish fb page has 123K friends in 12 days gaining 40k in that time. a 50% surge in face book friends in 12 days...

      its pretty impressive the phenomena that is taking place. i wasnt sure the pathos of the moment would take...

      but that movie is so indicting , it leaves sea world with little to do, but hide under the covers, which seems to be their defense...

      this one will not blow over. i think the public foment is only starting as seen in the uptick in advocates...

      sea world is about to change forever or go out of business. their call. either way the stock gets pummeled
      bc the public has had it, with this wicked form of "entertainment"

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      • writing IS on the wall here...

        i feel bad for the longs , too dumb to hedge with puts
        too thin a trade to get out if the stock plummets...

        the drop here is going to be bad. and the bulls will no room to out of the gates, bc of the thin trade..

        tax season is here. stock sales will be everywhere. seas will be one many will want to dump heading into 2014 window dress season

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