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  • myfunzrlo2 myfunzrlo2 Aug 15, 2008 2:48 PM Flag

    Ecdfan Is He Mentally Ill?

    Of course, you have me on ignore, so you are not reading this ... This was the end of his post to todd. He actually responds to a person who he know has him on ignore. Gentlemen it is time for all of us to put him on ignore, he is two things....short and ill.

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    • So that's why he hasn't responded to Batman lately. It is Batman's cross to never be able to ignore Wolfboy's IDs. Eternally vigilant, Baman.

    • I'm sure he is wrong.
      I proved it.
      Mentally ill, not sure.

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      • jimmygoduh: Looks like we have to thank equitydr05, not testdad2007. is rolling on the floor laughing!
        Because equitydr05 did it!

        My statement that "glass panels are vandal resistant" was and still is quite funny!


        I repeat! My statement that "glass panels are vandal resistant" was and still is quite funny!

        Thank you, equitydr05! jimmygoduh, learn from him!

      • jimmygoduh: You may be sure, but you haven't proven anything about PV glass solar yet. I am not laughing yet. Why are you trying to pass SOLAR THERMAL as a solar installation? Yes it is solar, but the context was PV solar, not THERMAL SOLAR.

        We were discussing OpriSolar's contract, which is PV. Then I cited you IEC 61215, which covers PV. Thermal solar is not covered the by the hail tests from the IEC 61215. Where did you get the idea that were are talking about THERMAL SOLAR here?

        So, why don't you provide some evidence that AT LEAST ONE PHOTOVOLTAIC solar installation in the WORLD has EVER been damaged by vandals throwing rocks. Then I will admit that my statement that "glass panels are vandal resistant" is quite funny and will laugh with you. Ok?

        And then you can claim that you proved it.

    • hosedragger: Did you even read my questions? Do you know what an aggressive revenue recognition policy can do in conjunction with "take-or-pay" contracts? It can do wonders for the growth rates, under the right management, of course. And of course, under the right management, you can sell 25% of your product in the United States, yet the state that has more than 50% share of the market (California) seems to not know that you exist (well , you do exist, but you reserved just 0.1MWs since Jan 1st, 2008). Under the right management, you can use white fonts and hidden rows in Excel to manufacture any revenue and earnings growth rate you like, as our new head of Investor Relations is keenly aware of.

      What story is so bullish? The one told by the right management, or maybe by the clueless analysts who have outright lies and misprepresentations in their recent reports?

      Or maybe there is some other bullish story I haven't heard about.

      Tell us here please the bullish story.

    • if knowledge is an illness hes definitely very sick

      ( im assuming you must be very healthy )

    • I'd say, Yes and seriously. He craves, not just attention, but getting beaten up. Go fifure.

    • myfunzrlo2: Well actually it was in my reply to matthewsnow, but if you say his name is todd, that's fine with me. What, are the NYPD skills failing you? Not as bright as we were 20 years ago, what do you say? Retirement does wonders to the brain, I hear.

      So, as you see, putting me on ignore doesn't seem to be working, as you are still reading me.

      Here is my proposed solution to your problem. Take a look at some of my many posts - if you find even one lie I have posted and haven't fessed up about, and you show that it is a lie, I will shut up for a week, ok. It will be peace and quiet here for seven calendar days. As the NYPD likes it.