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  • kauaihawaiiguy kauaihawaiiguy Feb 29, 2004 10:33 AM Flag

    Brewskih = Big Pig

    Brewskih is a pig ... plain and simple.

    Here he comes on your board trying to appear to be a nice guy with only your interests at heart. That pig has no balls ... that pig has no morals .... that pig has no concience ... that pig is a pig.

    If he did not own IED that pig might be here laughing everytime one of YOU lost a nickle. He takes joy in other peoples misery. And that's why he is a pig.

    I know you'll read thais Brewskih .... even pigs like you can read. And you know what Brewskih pig? You said that you'd only post here one time .... so you get to read this and won't respond .... just suck it up .... how fun you pig!!!

    P.S. I see a few others that know this pig have posted here .... that's good .... the pig thought he could come on here and be the hero, but it seems that anyone that has ever crossed his tracks knows him for what he really is ..............

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    • Oh yes .... one more thing

      Unlike the Brewskih pig and TFSM .... I don't wish anything bad on any holders of IED except for the pig. The big selloff was unfortunate, but IED looks like it has much more in it, and any longer time frame holders should be well rewarded.

      The pig on the other hand .... hope he makes a few bad choices and we all get to see him standing on the corner with a cardboard sign and a 40 oz bottle of high gravity beer.

      HUNGRY ... HOMELESS .... WILL WORK FOR STOCK TIPS ....

      Does that sound vindictive? ..... well it's much, much, much, much less vindictive than that son of a bitch has been for the past 8 months .....

 

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