Put your shares up for sale and set the asking price $10 above the current price. Your shares won't be sold and shorts will not be able to borrow your shares (because they are officially "for sale"). This will reduce the float of the available shares and squeeze the shorts even more. As the price keeps going up, you can increase your asking price.
I was gonna thank you, then thought, no, that's lame, then read Kessler thanking you. .. Now I think, why not just say thanks? I was very bearish on this stock, but your handle and strong opinions and some interesting comments especially about the short squeeze swayed me more than other bulls, ... then of course the fact that you have turned out to be right is pretty convincing. So, "thanks and keep posting your expertise!" .....I do feel that the run will change some time soon, I just have been very wrong about 'when' ... Thanks