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  • jameslewis830 jameslewis830 Jun 5, 2012 1:05 PM Flag

    UK Times article on HMS Victory

    I read this board occasionally for information for my overall due diligence about Odyssey Marine Exploration, which I find extremely interesting. Every couple of weeks I pick up something useful and educational here to use in my decision making. And there are a handful of people whose posts I take seriously. (The good news about this board is it certainly doesn't take long to figure out who to ignore).

    Over the years, I've read several Yahoo investment boards to get a small slice of the overall picture for my personal investments. I've seen my fair share of lunatics and psychopaths. You, however, take the cake as the worst ever.

    As others here have noted, you occasionally make a good point or offer something worth pondering, but you are such a narcissistic, arrogant jerk that everything else you write is colored and ruined by it.

    Are you so deeply insecure and lacking in life skills that you are required to daily show up here to blister others who disagree with you and pick obnoxious fights with other people who are mostly here to learn something about Odyssey Marine? Do you so badly need to score imaginary points in a fake universe that you fail to see how you come across to others here?

    You need to look in the mirror and ask yourself what the hell is wrong with your personality. You might be a decent contributor if you weren't such a deeply narcissistic psychopath.

    I hope you get some help or think seriously about how your arrogance and lack of empathy for other viewpoints ruins what might be some compelling arguments.

    Until then, I'm afraid I have to put you on ignore.

 
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