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  • insect_insight insect_insight Feb 3, 2013 4:13 AM Flag

    FB message board filled with AMATEUR FB BASHER FAILURES = FB MUST RISE SHARPLY now!


    Whenever I read any message board filled with moronic financially ILLITERATE small spec BASHERS, I know without doubt that the stock MUST rise SHARPLY. The message board TECHNICAL indicator is SCREAMING...."Another PANIC BUY WAVE is coming at any moment!"

    The AMATEUR FB BASHERS are amazing STUPID, mostly belonging to the USELESS Generations X, Y, and Z....who have IMBECILE tattooed across their bodies from the day they are fact, anybody who wears a tattoo today might as well carry a sign that reads, "I am an abject dimwit...a lemming... a trend follower....who would have the word MORON tattooed on my forehead if the advertisers told it is "cool," and my subject-predicate-object vocabulary consists of DUDE, DUDE, DUDE, DUDE....and I am as close to a being a class A #$%$ as you will ever find in the world today, willing to risk Hepatitis C, melanoma, etc. solely in order to plaster IDIOT TATTOOS all across my toxic filled body."
    Now I admit there are some exceptions to this dismal generational REALITY, but they probably constitute no more than 2% of the younger generations....the vast majority are trend FOLLOWERS with GROUPIE mentalities...and they actually believe that CNBCrapola,and all the other Big Media whoore shills for the slmy fundsters and banksters have integrity and credibility when every market vet knows they have NONE.

    As i've stated many times before, my sweet small spec FB BASHER and learn from your intellectual superiors....Live and LEARN!!!

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