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  • armpitslarry armpitslarry Jan 1, 2012 10:45 PM Flag

    The list is out

    Here is a partial list of the bsahers i.d's

    armpitsharry
    avi.morax
    bbosco
    biscuitbob
    blkchopper
    bobbellis
    bushknives
    clydecook39
    c.eastwood39
    cooperrex
    croc_diver
    dagrouchoscar
    dhblair
    doyourdeedee
    doctorcashflow
    edkeeney63
    eyeprivate94
    forestmump
    fertilizer.smith
    fishhead283
    griftopia
    hrickover
    cooksamrobbert
    giddypumps
    h.hughes27
    h.rapbrown
    hhumbert38
    hrickover
    lauruelucky
    monty3card
    mskellern
    ozlander
    opalskurlaus
    pepperspray62
    partymix
    peaksisland
    pennybomber
    pipelead
    rdillon57
    revgourdpastor
    rollie_pops
    rooseveltcounty
    snakeboots
    tonywagambie
    trupatriot
    wildbennyheath
    zimmerbros

    And his strategy:

    1. Repeatedly posting old (sometimes one to two years old) news, trying to elicit fear.

    2. Ask all kinds of questions, which others answer but dodge any question he is asked.

    3. when he is proven wrong, find another stupid point to obsess on.

    4. Posting COMPLETELY irrelevant articles of other oil and gas companies having troubles.

    5. Dominate the board through endless posting, trying making it useless to anyone new. This also obscures all posts that are positive or posts like this one, who explain who he really is.

    6. Use multiple i.d.s and talk to himself and recommend his own posts, so that it seems everyone is negative on this company, when in reality, it is usually just him.

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