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  • odonnellm66 odonnellm66 Sep 14, 2012 10:14 AM Flag

    I Became Homeless After I Bought ZNGA at $14-.

    It's a sad and pathetic story. My ex-wife won't even let me pitch a tent in her back yard. I now spend my days panhandling for a 40 ouncer. I have a sign which says, "Will work for beer." I go to the Salvation Army each day for a free meal. I blame it all on ZNGA. If I had only followed Mr. Pinus lead.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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    • I didn't know the homeless had computers and internet access.

      Learn how to invest and find value or hit the bricks, pal.

      • 1 Reply to fdicia01
      • Now, I generally sleep on a bench in front of the public library. There is a slight urine smell here. That's where I have internet access. They often don't allow me in if I have the smell of beer on my breath. When sober, which is increasingly rare, I closely monitor each and every movement of the ZNGA common shares. My drinking really took off after I lost everything on ZNGA. In hindsight, it is wise not to max out on margin. I was thinking to camp near Mr. Pinus' new $16 million dollar mansion. Do you think he would be kind enough to throw me a few quarters? Maybe I could take a bath in his lovely house. Do you think today's action is more than a dead cat bounce? Does a dead cat actually breathe? I am hoping to regain some of my lost fortune. I need some serious advice.
        Yours, Hobo Mike

        Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • Your bashing is pathetic take a hike loser.

 
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