The Re-Telling of "The Tale of Stevie Wonder and the Magic Eraser:
CRY had a nice rally the last time I recanted this fairy tail. Let's see if it works a second time.
Once up on a time, there was a CEO by the name of "Stevie Wonder". He had always been interested in magic, and on some occasions seemed to indeed possess strong magical powers. One day while he was walking around a mountain of stone, he looked down and saw a small rectangular object. He put the object in his pocket and went to his office. He was working on a PerClot FDA submission when his mind flashed back to the rectangular object he had found. He retrieved the object placed it on a sheet of paper. To his amazement, it immediately erased everything on the paper. He tried erasing other things too, and found that the object was indeed "Magic". Stevie Wonder was quite taken by the eraser and his newly found and extraordinary magical powers. He thought about this eraser for a while, when he had an inspirational idea. He decided to see if this eraser would magically eraser electronic data. To his amazement it did this too. Then Stevie Wonder had an idea. He thought, I wonder if the eraser would eraser CRY's rather sordid historical stock price chart. He went to Yahoo Finance and to his amazement he was able to eraser the stock chart history from February 26, 1993 through September 29, 2011, but then suddenly the eraser stopped erasing. Try as he would, he quickly discovered that the magic eraser had lost all of its magical powers. To be sure it no longer worked, Stevie Wonder decided to give it one last try on the Google Finance website. But to his sadness, he found that the Google stock chart still showed CRY's sordid stock price history going back to February 26,1993. To this day, Stevie Wonder is happy about having erased 18 years of price history from Yahoo Finance, but he is saddened when he thinks about the lost powers of the "magic eraser" and that Google Finance still shows management's past performance.