I'm not going to comment on your intelligence as Drod has, but I must say the use of NWJ constantly is annoying. What's worse is most often it is used out of context. NWJ as best I can tell is short for "no way Jose".
So let me rewrite your sentences and ask which one uses NWJ appropriately? Frankly, I'm not certain any do IMO.
Now we know why the move, no way Jose?
So, it'll be interesting to see how much of the volume was insiders buying back, no way Jose?
If that new is not, nothing is, no way Jose?
It's seems to be something like a verbal pause, you know, like "er" or "um" but in your case you seem to do it while typing messages. Somewhat odd, never seen anything quite like it. Still not sure if that is your intention, but either way, overuse of a phrase gets real old real fast.
Probably a stupid question, but can you explain "nwj?" I know the acronym as "no way jose" but you always use it in a way that tells me that's not what you're trying to say. You also always put a "?' after it. Please clue this apparent idiot in. (me)
"Probably a stupid question, but can you explain "nwj?" I know the acronym as "no way jose" but you always use it in a way that tells me that's..."
Not to worry. You are not an idiot.
NWJ = No Wong Jeb!
Jeb & I have been seeking, the NWJ, and have found, in our opinion, the best software developer in the country who resigned from a browser development company we traded.
Since finding Wong, I use that abbrev to determine if Jeb is still here, watching & agrees with my opinion/guess here.
Consider yourself clued in.