Thanks -- the postings are great examples that make my point crystal clear. In your past posts we have a lot of fluff about poodles, tea, syntax, Enron, etc. Very little actually connected with the public record, and very little said about exactly who your targets are. Where you did tiptoe up to the public record, you were careful to avoid stating any facts. Instead: "disastrous" and other loaded adjectives. Matters of opinion.
Contrast that with today. Today you bluntly and specifically misstated the public record on sales reports and on legal action.
Little pep talk from the boss this week, eh deposit?
Somebody starting to get a little frustrated after putting up collateral, paying 8 months of interest, mailing out hundreds of k in dividends to longs, taking risk on the upside, paying you (for whatever that's worth) ...
... all to get the stock down a measly $2 since November. $2 will last 2 days in cover-it-yesterday mode. Where's the promised fear, the uncertainty, the doubt? You'll have to do better than poodles, deposit my boy, or we'll have to do better than you.
I'd be nervous too. Been looking at Monster.com? Not a whole lot really on there these days, is there?
one day your facts are facts next your facts are lies the one fact about you is you can't tell the truth!!!!!!!! its funnie how people like you can post so much and say so little but the fool is never at lose for words!!!!!!!!!