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  • musketeernumberone musketeernumberone Aug 8, 2012 3:04 PM Flag

    Dog Dew

    There is just no other fitting descrition.

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    • Yes, good history and summation of the company rrb1981. Unit holders should think about what might have happened to this MLP if management had not undergone this transformation.

    • Good post. Thanks 4 that.

    • Really? This is your 3rd post saying the same exact thing....this one doesn't even contribute or add anything new. I can understand your frustrations, (I've foolishly entered in the 48s a ways back) but why continue posting new threads? To me it doesn't matter if a person is long or short. In fact I actually prefer hearing both sides because it present holes in my own logic. I've read some of the other threads and I think between the name calling and ETP bashing you do present some good arguments and sound logic. I'd just hate to see another board turn to crap from immature postings....

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      • * do present some good arguments and sound logic.*

        Thank you. The posts are repetitive when seen together -- that was 18 months worth of criticism, dilution, under-performance vs. peers, and yes, frustration, which I bumped up simply to prove my point to those on this board who think 4+ years of flat distributions is in any way acceptable.

        Generally, I do have more to contribute. But, frankly, I do not have a clue why ETP management has for years and years been incapable of building momentum behind the business or behind the stock.

        I have asked this board repeatedly, but nobody else seems to have a clue. Lizahuang seems the only person with knowledge of the ETP universe and whose posts (other than the one about the lawsuit) have been worth anything - yes, including mine.

        ETP Management: F U

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