No kidding, it's like every time one of his options matures, he just exercises the option at $13/share and sells it at $93/share as part of his automatic selling program. As you accurately pointed out, it is a monthly event that they do regularly almost as if it was all structured that way.
Oh. It is.
So what bothers you the most? That they are successful while you are not? Or that they are making money on the stock, while creating substantially greater value for shareholders, while you lost your #$%$ on your short position? Come on Arthur/Censored/AdamWang, tell the truth.