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funfundvierzig 1410 posts  |  Last Activity: Jul 12, 2016 6:14 AM Member since: Sep 6, 2002
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  • funfundvierzig funfundvierzig Jul 12, 2016 6:14 AM Flag

    Readers and Investors, notice how the unethical trash in the DuPont Management camp comes out of the woodwork to harass, and deny and lie that there are 36 pending wrongful death actions brought by surviving families in the U. S. District Court of Southern Ohio, where a jury in the last trial found DuPont's dirty-operating Management acted with "malice" in brazenly mishandling the vile Teflon Toxin C8.

    ...funfun..

  • funfundvierzig funfundvierzig Jul 11, 2016 4:29 PM Flag

    Folks, this semi-literate heckler continues to bask in his medical ignorance and legal ignorance.

    Comical, indeed. ...funfun..

  • funfundvierzig funfundvierzig Jul 11, 2016 4:26 PM Flag

    Looks like racketeering by DuPont's integrity-depleted executives may be exposed by the Dutch! While they were secretly poisoning people for decades and killing them or critically damaging their health with vile Teflon Toxin C8, they were stuffing their pockets with all the big bonuses on money saved from evading proper handling of this insidious cancer-causing toxin. Then they lied, and lied, and lied.

    ...funfun..

  • Campaign by Avowed DuPont Employees Over the Net to Trash the C8 Victims of DuPont Management's Teflon Toxin Pollution and Plaintiffs' Attorneys in the Mid-Ohio Valley

    Good Morning, Bonjour, Guten Tag,

    Readers, we have seen it over the months, multitudinous attacks launched by avowed DuPont employees, admitted representatives of DuPont, mocking the plight of thousands of women and men in Ohio and West Virginia who have been unknowingly drinking water poisoned with DuPont's cancer-causing Teflon chemical C8 or PFOA for decades. Many suffer from hideous cancers or heart and vascular damage or thyroid disease. Not content with trashing the victims, these self-disclosed DuPont employees defame their dedicated attorneys as well accusing them of "greed" and dishonesty.

    The brazen disrespect of these operatives spotlights the sickening corporate culture of this corrupt conglomerate in Delaware, about to be subsumed by Dow Chemical by merger. It's an arrogant and maliciously malignant culture which is likely to continue to backfire in the U. S. District Court with some 3,500 Teflon Toxin cases pending.

    This massive Teflon Toxin scandal will only get worse as more and more C8 hotspots around the globe come to light in such places as Dordrecht, Netherlands, Japan, and here in upstate New York, and at DuPont's notorious Chambers of Horror Works in southern New Jersey.

    In our opinion, the final tab could soar to $3 billion to $5 billion. And that's not helped by the malice heaped upon victims by DuPont's arrogant Management and their sleazy internet agents and shills!

    Merely the morning commentary of one individual investor at large...funfun..

  • Campaign by Avowed DuPont Employees Over the Net to Trash the C8 Victims of DuPont Management's Teflon Toxin Pollution and Plaintiffs' Attorneys in the Mid-Ohio Valley

    Good Morning, Bonjour, Guten Tag,

    Readers, we have seen it over the months, multitudinous attacks launched by avowed DuPont employees, admitted representatives of DuPont, mocking the plight of thousands of women and men in Ohio and West Virginia who have been unknowingly drinking water poisoned with DuPont's cancer-causing Teflon chemical C8 or PFOA for decades. Many suffer from hideous cancers or heart and vascular damage or thyroid disease. Not content with trashing the victims, these self-disclosed DuPont employees defame their dedicated attorneys as well accusing them of "greed" and dishonesty.

    The brazen disrespect of these operatives spotlights the sickening corporate culture of this corrupt conglomerate in Delaware, about to be subsumed by Dow Chemical by merger. It's an arrogant and maliciously malignant culture which is likely to continue to backfire in the U. S. District Court with some 3,500 Teflon Toxin cases pending.

    This massive Teflon Toxin scandal will only get worse as more and more C8 hotspots around the globe come to light in such places as Dordrecht, Netherlands, Japan, and here in upstate New York, and at DuPont's notorious Chambers of Horror Works in southern New Jersey.

    In our opinion, the final tab could soar to $3 billion to $5 billion. And that's not helped by the malice heaped upon victims by DuPont's arrogant Management and their sleazy internet agents and shills!

    Merely the morning commentary of one individual investor at large...funfun..

  • funfundvierzig funfundvierzig Jul 11, 2016 6:30 AM Flag

    Predictably and comically, simple-minded shills for Shamours and DuPont Management are tumbling out of the woodwork, basking in their medical ignorance and their legal ignorance. They have obviously been taught in their town hall meetings to believe every word their DuPont and Shamours bosses tell them, and don't dare try to think for themselves. So they are likely stuck in lacklustre and often dangerous jobs in run-down plants and they may hold a few shares of CC, whose value is rapidly vanishing. Their pensions may be at risk as well as their vocational tie to Shamours or DuPont.

    A particularly nasty and sleazy game for PR damage control is being played out here by DuPont Management and their shills; we have seen it for years:

    Attack the dedicated attorneys for the sickened plaintiffs in these trials, and trash them as "greedy" and unprincipled for daring to expose the conspiracy and cover-up of DuPont's dirty-operating executives in contaminating 100,000 women and men and children in the Mid-Ohio Valley for decades with DuPont's cancer-causing Teflon Toxin C8.

    ...funfun..

  • funfundvierzig funfundvierzig Jul 10, 2016 5:02 PM Flag

    Ah...yes...the big boys are all quickly sliding away with massive personal fortunes.

    Has the lubricious Liveris ever explained what the impact on DOW shareholders and Dow people will be with respect to the colossal litigation overhang from the multi-decade contamination by DuPont's ethically crippled executives of people, the environment and drinking water supplies from the Mid-Ohio Valley to New York State to Japan to the Netherlands? The Toxic Teflon Chemical Scandal?

    ...funfun..

  • funfundvierzig funfundvierzig Jul 10, 2016 12:29 PM Flag

    Predictably and comically, simple-minded shills for Shamours Management are tumbling out of the woodwork, basking in their medical ignorance and their legal ignorance. They have obviously been taught in their town hall meetings to believe every word their DuPont and Shamours bosses tell them, and don't dare try to think for themselves. So they are likely stuck in lacklustre and often dangerous jobs in run-down plants and they may hold a few shares of CC, whose value is rapidly vanishing. Their pensions may be at risk as well as their vocational tie to Shamours or DuPont.

    A particularly nasty and sleazy game for PR damage control is being played out here by DuPont Management and their shills; we have seen it for years:

    Attack the dedicated attorneys for the sickened plaintiffs in these trials, and trash them as "greedy" and unprincipled for daring to expose the conspiracy and cover-up of DuPont's dirty-operating executives in contaminating 100,000 women and men and children in the Mid-Ohio Valley for decades with DuPont's cancer-causing Teflon Toxin C8.

    ...funfun..

  • funfundvierzig funfundvierzig Jul 10, 2016 12:19 PM Flag

    Mike, a very fine analysis.

    DOW shareholders and Dow people can only hope that Treasury torpedoes this faked "Merger of Equals" by issuing tax rulings disfavouring the clumsily cobbled 2 to 1 to 3 reorganisation. This lopsided deal cheats DOW shareholders, and gives a huge advantage to DD shareholders.

    If the proposed marriage is nullified DOW shares should travel north, and shares of the terminally sick DuPont should plummet.

    ...funfun..

  • Feed 'em the Script, and Let Them Fool Employees, Plant Neighbours, the Media, the Regulators, the Investors and Shareholders! [ It's called FRAUD].

    THE SUNDAY SIZE-UP

    Good Morning, Bonjour, Guten Tag, Buenos Dias, Buon Giorno, Ni Hao,

    Readers, the local Delaware NEWS JOURNAL had this to say about the latest Teflon Toxin trial on July 7, 2016, Jeff Mordock reporting,

    "A former spokeswoman for DuPont's Ohio River plant in Parkersburg testified she never knew of any concerns about C8 being dumped into the river when she told residents the water was safe to drink. But Free
    man's attorney [for the plaintiff C8 victim] showed the spokeswoman, Dawn Jackson, internal company documents and memos about concerns with C8, many of which she said she had never seen before."

    Ah...yes.., it just dawned on Dawn her supervisors up the line in upper DuPont Management might be poisoning the people she was assuring "everything is fine, and not-to-worry". "The water is great, safe to drink."

    Such is the dirty play of DuPont Senior Management. No wonder a thoughtful jury after weighing the credibility of this corrupt-to-the-core conglomerate in the dwarf state of Delaware over many days found "malice", and slapped on punitive damages against DuPont.

    And for hapless shareholders of debt strangled Shamours and DuPont, the precedent of punitive in addition to compensatory damages is a downright frightening prospect.

    Stay tooned, folks, to this comic strip written by DuPont executives played out in the U. S. District Court.

    Merely THE SUNDAY SIZE-UP digitally penned by one individual investor at large...funfun..

  • Feed "em the Script, and Let Them Fool Employees, Plant Neighbours, the Media, the Regulators, the Investors and Shareholders! [ It's called FRAUD].

    THE SUNDAY SIZE-UP

    Good Morning, Bonjour, Guten Tag, Buenos Dias, Buon Giorno, Ni Hao,

    Readers, the local Delaware NEWS JOURNAL had this to say about the latest Teflon Toxin trial on July 7, 2016, Jeff Mordock reporting,

    "A former spokeswoman for DuPont's Ohio River plant in Parkersburg testified she never knew of any concerns about C8 being dumped into the river when she told residents the water was safe to drink. But Free
    man's attorney [for the plaintiff C8 victim] showed the spokeswoman, Dawn Jackson, internal company documents and memos about concerns with C8, many of which she said she had never seen before."

    Ah...yes.., it just dawned on Dawn her supervisors up the line in upper DuPont Management might be poisoning the people she was assuring "everything is fine, and not-to-worry". "The water is great, safe to drink."

    Such is the dirty play of DuPont Senior Management. No wonder a thoughtful jury after weighing the credibility of this corrupt-to-the-core conglomerate in the dwarf state of Delaware over many days found "malice", and slapped on punitive damages against DuPont.

    And for hapless shareholders of debt strangled Shamours and DuPont, the precedent of punitive in addition to compensatory damages is a downright frightening precedent.

    Stay tooned, folks, to this comic strip written by DuPont executives played out in the U. S. District Court.

    Merely THE SUNDAY SIZE-UP digitally penned by one individual investor at large...funfun..

  • The Sickening Legacy of DuPont's Mendacious Management

    THE WEAK IN REVIEW

    Good Morning, Bonjour, Guten Tag,

    The hapless investors in Shamours (CC) got another kick in the groin this week just past, as yet one more trial involving DuPont's insidious toxic, cancer-causing Teflon chemical C8 ended in a big legal defeat. A jury awarded the victim who had been struck down with C8-caused testicular cancer a sizable $5.6 million in compensatory as well as punitive damages.

    What's particularly daunting is the precedent set with the award of punitive damages for the first time, given the jury found malice on the part of DuPont officials acting on behalf of this corrupt conglomerate based in the dwarf state of Delaware.

    For the week, CC dove from 8.48, the close of July 1, 2016 to Friday's close of 7.68, July 8, 2016. On Tuesday, July 5, CC plummeted off the cliff all the way down to 5.82 before recovering Friday with the surprise of milder punitive damages than anticipated ($500,000).

    For the week, 9.4% of the market value of Shamours vanished. The stock has lost nearly two-thirds of its value in 13 months since touching a high of 22.25 on its first day of trading, June 19, 2015. CC as well as DD shareholders can expect continued erosion as trial after trial on the docket proceeds. The massive contamination and massive cover-up orchestrated by the ethically crippled executives of DuPont over decades is Shamours' incurable and terminal malignancy. And soon-to-be by marriage, Dow Chemical's fiasco to handle.

    Merely THE WEAK IN REVIEW digitally penned by one individual retail investor at large...funfun..

  • funfundvierzig funfundvierzig Jul 9, 2016 6:41 PM Flag

    Appellate judges are reluctant to overturn the judgement of a jury and substitute their own determination of the facts for the verdict of those who have heard the testimony and weighed the credibility of both parties.

    More tortured PR damage control from the PR drones and the little known lawyers from little known schools in DuPont LEGAL in Chestnut Ruin Plaza.

    Bottom-line, DuPont and its dirty-dealing Management LOST BIG TIME in the Freeman trial.

    Gotta laugh...funfun..

  • Readers and Fellow Investors,

    The fraud-mongering of executives of Bank of America and Citi in the past decade cost investors and clients hundreds of $billions, but no lives.

    The multi-decade fraud of the executives of E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company has cost lives, real lives of men and women, and untold critical damage to the health of thousands, if not tens of thousands.

    How DuPont's integrity-depleted leaders and Managers have escaped individual investigation and prosecution for what is essentially criminal racketeering is simply amazing.

    Merely, of course, the opining of one individual investor and long-time student of the ethically decayed DuPont Company…funfun..

  • funfundvierzig funfundvierzig Jul 9, 2016 1:09 PM Flag

    Readers, this abusive heckler, and hollow "stump" has previously identified himself in a post, July 3, 2016, 4:14 AM as "a DuPont executive". Shows you how desperate and frantic DuPont's sleazy Management is to continue the cover-up, continue the spin.

    Their mode of attack is to distract you, initiate a campaign of vicious personal attacks against outside investors daring to bring up the growing DuPont Teflon Toxin Scandal and what it means to their holdings in CC and DD.

    ...funfun..

  • Readers and Fellow Investors,

    The fraud-mongering of executives of Bank of America and Citi in the past decade cost investors and clients hundreds of $billions, but no lives.

    The multi-decade fraud of the executives of E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company has cost lives, real lives of men and women, and untold critical damage to the health of thousands, if not tens of thousands.

    How DuPont's integrity-depleted leaders and Managers have escaped individual investigation and prosecution for what is essentially criminal racketeering is simply amazing.

    Merely, of course, the opining of one individual investor and long-time student of the ethically decayed DuPont Company…funfun..

  • funfundvierzig funfundvierzig Jul 9, 2016 11:52 AM Flag

    The low I.Q. unethical trash in the DuPont Management camp is out in full force this week trying to distract investors and the Dow Chemical people from this burgeoning Toxic Teflon Chemical Scandal.

    As educated readers know, the linkage (probable cause) between testicular cancer and DuPont's extraordinarily toxic Teflon chemical C8 was established by a panel of independent epidemiologists and is accepted by agreement between both parties, plaintiffs and defendant, for the purposes of adjudicating these 3,525 cases. The panel was set up as part of the settlement of the first class action lawsuit in West Virginia a decade ago.

    ...funfun..

  • The Sickening Legacy of DuPont's Mendacious Management

    THE WEAK IN REVIEW

    Good Morning, Bonjour, Guten Tag,

    The hapless investors in Shamours (CC) got another kick in the groin this week just past, as yet one more trial involving DuPont's insidious toxic, cancer-causing Teflon chemical C8 ended in a big legal defeat. A jury awarded the victim who had been struck down with C8-caused testicular cancer a sizable $5.6 million in compensatory as well as punitive damages.

    What's particularly daunting is the precedent set with the award of punitive damages for the first time, given the jury found malice on the part of DuPont officials acting on behalf of this corrupt conglomerate based in the dwarf state of Delaware.

    For the week, CC dove from 8.48, the close of July 1, 2016 to Friday's close of 7.68, July 8, 2016. On Tuesday, July 5, CC plummeted off the cliff all the way down to 5.82 before recovering Friday with the surprise of milder punitive damages than anticipated ($500,000).

    For the week, 9.4% of the market value of Shamours vanished. The stock has lost nearly two-thirds of its value in 13 months since touching a high of 22.25 on its first day of trading, June 19, 2015. CC as well as DD shareholders can expect continued erosion as trial after trial on the docket proceeds. The massive contamination and massive cover-up orchestrated by the ethically crippled executives of DuPont over decades is Shamours' incurable and terminal malignancy.

    Merely THE WEAK IN REVIEW digitally penned by one individual retail investor at large...funfun..

  • funfundvierzig funfundvierzig Jul 9, 2016 6:58 AM Flag

    EDITORIAL CORRECTION:

    Final paragraph should read as follows...

    For the week, 9.4% of the market value of Shamours vanished. The stock has lost nearly two-thirds of its value in 13 months since touching a high of 22.25 on its first day of trading, June 19, 2015. CC as well as DD shareholders can expect continued erosion as trial after trial on the docket proceeds. The massive contamination and massive cover-up orchestrated by the ethically crippled executives of DuPont over decades is Shamours' terminal, incurable malignancy.

    ...funfun..

  • The Sickening Legacy of DuPont's Mendacious Management

    THE WEAK IN REVIEW

    Good Morning, Bonjour, Guten Tag,

    The hapless investors in Shamours (CC) got another kick in the groin this week just past, as yet one more trial involving DuPont's insidious toxic, cancer-causing Teflon chemical C8 ended in a big legal defeat. A jury awarded the C8 victim who had been struck down with C8-caused testicular cancer a sizable $5.6 million in compensatory as well as punitive damages.

    What's particularly daunting is the precedent set with the award of punitive damages for the first time, given the jury found malice on the part of DuPont officials acting on behalf of this corrupt conglomerate based in the dwarf state of Delaware.

    For the week, CC dove from 8.48, the close of July 1, 2016 to Friday's close of 7.68, July 8, 2016. On Tuesday, July 5, CC plummeted off the cliff all the way down to 5.82 before recovering Friday with the surprise of milder punitive damages than anticipated ($500,000).

    For the week, 9.4% of the market value of Shamours vanished. The stock has lost nearly two-thirds of its value in 13 months since touching a high of 22.25 on its first day of trading, June 19, 2016. CC as well as DD shareholders can expect continued erosion as trial after trial on the docket proceeds. The massive contamination and massive cover-up orchestrated by the ethically crippled executives of DuPont over decades is Shamours terminal malignancy.

    Merely THE WEAK IN REVIEW digitally penned by one individual retail investor at large...funfun..

    ...funfun..

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