In regard to Flipper's prior comment about Cleo's "morbid" interest in PZN considering that she states she does not own the stock; clearly, she simply does in fact own stock in the company, owns a lot of it, and bought in at a high price. That would "make sense" of her concerns; and if we can just assume from now on that she has lost a lot of money on the stock, then that would make her antagonism towards Doc and the other "happy ones" understandable. I guess she just cannot accept that we would think she had lost so much money. I find that among cocky investors their is a real problem accepting losses when they view themselves as such savvy investors. However, this by no means makes me think less, otherwise, of Cleo's intelligence, savvy-ness, and let's not forget the prescience thing. Now if she can only become at least slightly clairvoyant and locate my other sock. Postscript: Gosh ... I sure am glad I can take comfort that she is not reading this since it was addressed to H.B.ers and is correctly labeled "off-topic." Otherwise she will maybe utilize some kind of voodoo powers she may possess and smite me from afar.
Now, this thread has fallen to a new post merger low. To speculate, how many shares poor CLEO has or how much money she LOST??!! What would be next: the color of my underwear??!! Don't you have more important things to ponder? Like the war in Kosovo, Clinton (missuss that is) in the Senate, Worm at the Lakers or sweetheart deals at PZN??!! Actually, I know, how your perverted little mind works: if CLEO has shares in the PZN, then I don't feel SO-O-O bad about my DUMB vote and, if she is losing money, then I can sleep better at night! Well, boys (and others), you do not know whether I am long, short or sideways. Never knew , never will!! So, there!!
I have been watching this board for along time. And Cleo, you have always made sense to me. But I kept wondering how is it that so many people disagree with you. Then a light came on, we have been confused all this time. We were under the impression that up was good. If you look at it in reverse then they make a lot more sense.