Ok, Ok already. I get the point. The stripper likes CAKE and she's got good opinions - maybe she can answer some of my concerns. I own CAKE, love the company, the way they squeeze out more cash out of every square foot than anybody, but a buck selloff on 70 % higher volume is no laughing matter. The shorts planted a story in Barron's last year hoping for a selloff and they got liquid cheese squirted up the ass. Are they feeling a bit sore? Or is there something fundamentally wrong here with the company? What's the trend on dairy prices? Has anybody read the Bear Sterns report and do they care to summarize or post it in full? How significant of an earnings miss are we talking about? These are kind of important questions when assessing risk. A one-liner post about how CAKE equals Titanic doesn't mean shit to me. I'm inviting you all to make the case, I mean really make the case, to buy or Sell this stock.