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Skullcandy, Inc. (SKUL) Message Board

  • rjmcbear rjmcbear Mar 23, 2012 4:10 PM Flag

    Nice finish to end the week

    Thank You Katy!

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    • That guy you work for that got tied to a post and got the crap beat out of him - Does he still think that LULU is a short here? I think it's ripe for a fall ...

      - Turtle

    • OP I do not have a problem with religious extremists until they start to push their beliefs into everyone else's life. Separation of Church and State is in OUR Constitution for a reason. My religion and beliefs are just as important as yours and you have no right to condemn me or any else because we don't have the same extreme views as you do. I do have a burning question that you seem to avoid and it is How do you make statements such as this without contradicting your own beliefs?

      "You are willing to compromise with the world, with the wicked, for what? A little bit of money. So I just have one question or you; do you know where your wife is?"

      Yes I knew exactly where my beautiful wife of 34 years was last night and every other night.

      I have also questioned false, misleading statements you have made about Skul as well as statements you made saying you were waiting for price targets in the 13.25 area or below before you were taking a position and now you say you are stopped out which I can assume is on the short side.
      Calling people names as well as making disrespectful remarks about their spouse seems pretty hateful to me and I would not want to be part of any religion that condones that type of behavior.
      Making false, misleading statements about a stock to attempt to line your own pockets is also a warning sign that you are nothing but another false prophet. The verdict here is guilty as charged.

    • this is no place for religion and politics.

      kids will be kids, i may be older than you and grew up in the 70's. was no different, older people looked at our ways and said oh my. long hair, black sabbath music ("lyrics where the devil") pot smoking like it was a necessity. kids who know right from wrong know better and grow up more well rounded. it's people like you who make kids rebel. i bet your kids can't go out and play for fear of the world. this is what is the next generation of wusses.

    • Yes I do.

      I work for a man who was once tied to a post and some guys took sticks with leather thongs tied to it; and the thongs had bits of sharp stones and metal imbedded in them, and they whipped him with those until his intestines started to poke through his back. Then they put his feet together and drove a single nail through them into a rough sawn timber and nailed his outstretched hands to a crossing timber and hung him up. And he couldn't breath unless he pushed himself up with his lacerated back scraping against that rough timber and all his weight supported by that nail through his feet. But he couldn't hold that position for long; just long enough to get a breath or two, and then he'd have to let himself back down, back scraping against rough wood, and then he'd have to breath again so back up he'd push himself against that nail, up and down, up and down, for six excrutiating, agonizing hours. But why? He was innocent of all sin, and he didn't have to do it. But he went through with it anyway. They killed him because he said he was God in the flesh.

      There were once people who would bring lambs to the temple and they would lay their hands on them and then cut their throats. The idea was that their sins would be transferred to the innocent animal and their sins would die with the animal. They did this every year for fear that they would die in their sins. That's what it is really ALL about, isn't it? One day we're going to die; die with all of the sins we've done. Imagine, your on your death bed; where did the time go, you ask?. Your thinking about all your regrets, the ways you hurt people and the things you should have done to help others, to ease someone's pain, their broken hearts, the homeless you didn't invite to dinner. Your thinking your life was in vain, it was for nothing.

      At the end of Ecclesiates, Solomon after exploring all ways of vain life concludes "Let us hear the conclusion of the whole matter: Fear God, and keep his commandments: for this is the whole duty of man."

      And so it is.

      My master said he was God's sacrifice, the lamb of God. The perfect sacrifice, a self-sacrifice, for all, all who believe and obey.
      Everyone decides about him. There are 3 choices really, 1)he was a liar, 2) he was crazy, or 3) he is what he says. I've read all that was said by many authors thru thousands of years and it all fits. I believe he is who he said. I choose to believe in him and obey him. I have been buried with him in water and risen a new person. Now he will defend me in the end; he is my sacrifice for sin. I work for him, I belong to him, I cannot turn a blind eye to sin.

      So go ahead and ridicule me; I am not ashamed.

    • I'm sure your values are not representative of most in this country.

      Please post a copy of the letter here as I'd like to see your flow of logic. I think it'll be a real challenge for you to make your points without sounding like a lunatic.

      I'm guessing you have some additional reason you are so fired up about this company.

    • idiot gonna loose big because he can't deal with a skull for a logo

    • I wish he did in fact I would love to meet him in a phone booth.

    • hope he doesn't live next door

    • What a skumbag. Make money exploiting children. You will be judged accordingly. Good luck explaining this.

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