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Hersha Hospitality Trust Message Board

  • riboston riboston May 4, 2009 11:47 AM Flag

    HT will not cut dividend ALSO

    As a long, long with HT and also XIN in China real estate company of which both have gone up a lot this year you should check out GHII. GHII is the future real estate stock. It is getting ready to pop and they make money.

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    • Again with the "BWAH-Ha-hahahahahaaaaaaaa!" thinking that you're somehow better, smarter, more astute, better informed, master of the universe, and that the rest of humanity should just get out of your way. I think this is where someone calls the men in white jackets. I really hate bullies, and to watch a grownup bully acting out in public is not only sad, its disheartening.

    • Your credibility just went to zero, didn't it?

      BAWAAAHHHAAAAAAAAAAAA

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      • The expression, "BWAH-Ha-hahahahahaaaaaaaa!" and its many variations is one that is uttered most often by individuals who haven't a clue to its origins.

        Started in the early 1800s by settlers racing across the North American plains in covered wagons, the expression or "sound" was originally used to mean "I'm gaining on everybody", meaning that one family and its wagon had gotten ahead of the others.

        This was of course a rather silly notion, given that any settlers who actually separated from the others were sure to die without the support of the wagon train.

        Everybody seemingly knew this except that one guy whipping his oxen on, yelling "BWAH-Ha-hahahahahaaaaaaaa!" as he pounded forward into oblivion and almost certain death.

        Interestingly enough, this is also when and where the term "clueless" was first put into common use, having to do of course with the those who were screaming "BWAH-Ha-hahahahahaaaaaaaa!" above the pounding of oxen hooves as they withered from view and from the safety of the wagon train.

        Of course some of these idiots did return, chastened and chagrined, and had to put up with the sidelong glances (and yes, snickers), from the rest of the settlers for the duration of the journey.

 
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