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  • strongus2005 strongus2005 Nov 11, 2005 4:04 PM Flag

    Slap in the face for shorties/bashers.

    All your paid pumping went waste suckers. We closed up at 47 cents.

    Thanks to the suckers who sold me cheap at 41 cents this morning. You should never enter stock market again..LMAO..

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    • Strongus sweetie. You are making a fool of yourself everyday. So the stock closed up 6% today and 10% down yesterday. Big deal. This is not something to brag about after it lost 95% of its value. At least wait till earnings, if they have something to show, then yes by all means continue posting and pumping, but what are you going to do when it hits .07c come Tuesday, You are really going to be sick and that 0.40c you bought today will sound like heaven. Keep your cool and don't be a fool. This stock and the clowns that run this company are going to give you the biggest shock on Tuesday morning.

      Good luck and enjoy your weekend, this is the last weekend you will be able to sleep, so make the best out of it. It will probably take you years to enjoy a weekend like this one. I feel sorry for you. You are so loyal to this company, anyone else would think that you made a fortune.

      By the way, they have trailers on sale if you ever need a place to live ( that is if you own a house, which I doubt) but if you are renting check the paper lots of tenants are looking for room mates. I really don't want to see you out in the street, you are too nice of a guy to be left out in the cold, because frankly "vcmp does not give a damn"

 
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