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Re: Guidelines for commenting on Yahoo
This YHOO message board is self-policing........ you can Ignore User, Report Abuse, or become a member of an exclusive sub-message board a.k.a. 'touchy-feely fan club.'
Yesss, as long as the altruistic, german intelligence-trained führer does not object, be averse to, or express disapproval ....... you are considered a friend, and member of his moderated touchy-feely fan club.
fighterpilot, 7-May-12 09:37 am
Deme you know my German background in intelligence. It was my area of expertise........
Mr WaltersI presume. The smartest thing you could do for yourself would be, PUTKEEP ON IGNORE. This should end all frustration. Now about all this propaganda over the Olympics. Do you think Bob Costa has had botox injections?
If you take the time to read the FURX board, there was a time when the same thing was said on that board. When the stock was at $ 9.00 about a year 1/2 ago, the board discussion was just like what we are seeing here (pumpers and bashers) now the stock is $ 108.00 after a successful trial. Why should it matter to you that investors want to take risks and invest ACTC? The downside is limited as this company is either going to be bought or it will merge with another. The technology is too great for it to disappear.
Anyhow, worry about the investments you make and let others make their own decisions, unless you have some factual data, for which you would like to share.