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  • starbauch starbauch May 26, 2011 10:55 AM Flag

    I showed some LWLG papers to a venture capitalist

    Buffet is just a great stock picker. That old corning guy need to utilize some serious brain cells attempting to do the impossible.

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    • Starnut,
      Just post some facts about why the guy will fail rather than the dribble you are posting. I don't believe you have anything other than saying a guy worth 4 million to Corning last year is too old. I expect more dribble, but give it a good shot, ok?

      I guess you are smarter than all the old guys at Corning, Intel, Microsoft, all trying to do the "impossible". With small thinkers like yourself, I have no worries here.

    • Man, that is one tore up post; speaking of brain cells.

      Firstly, how does he, err, "utilize" serious brain cells attempting the impossible? He is not there to do the science, as it is done.

      Secondly, would the Chief Technology Officer of GLW even hire you to sweep his office floor?

      Tertiary to the above....I've noted in my life that only losers attempt to win a specific argument by using old age as the basis for ascertaining someone's ability to succeed. As Napoleon Hill noted in his studies, most successful (men) became successful after the age of 40 and beyond. You still have time to turn the ship it appears but not everyone ever reaches there full potential. Just sayin' Good luck.

 
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