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funfundvierzig 132 posts  |  Last Activity: Jul 12, 2016 6:14 AM Member since: Sep 6, 2002
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  • Over the Internet, Systematically Launching Outright Lies and Defamatory Personal Attacks Against Outside Investors With Differing Perspectives Is a Dead Giveaway Something Is Terribly Wrong With the Foul Stillborn Spin-Off SHAMours and its Parent, the Corrupt DuPont Company!

    Investors, beware and be wary.

    Pause for a moment and reflect:

    3,535 ongoing Toxic Teflon Chemical tort lawsuits in federal court. CC and DD shareholders are going to be served the bill! In the meantime, the evasive Managements of Shamours and DuPont have set aside $ZERO specific reserves for this waxing, massive contingent legal liability. In our opinion, the balance sheets of Shamours and DuPont are misleading, with equity constructively and grossly overstated with the understatement of contingent legal liabilities.

    ...funfun.

  • funfundvierzig funfundvierzig May 27, 2016 9:48 AM Flag

    DOW Shareholders and Dow Chemical Women and Men, the hostile heckler, "nomo..." is a representation of the sort of abusive, lying trash with whom you may be working or reporting to after this unholy marriage with the corrupt DuPont Company. And the huge baggage of 3,535 Toxic Teflon Chemical tort lawsuits!

    ...funfun..

  • funfundvierzig funfundvierzig May 28, 2016 10:32 AM Flag

    delawhere19707, to add to your insightful critique, court documents of correspondence and e-mails upon discovery did indeed and in fact reveal some of the little known lawyers from little known schools in DuPont LEGAL had serious reservations about what was knowingly going on, putting hundreds of thousands of people at grave risks of health and even death. They were apparently over-ruled up the line by DuPont's depraved executives in Senior Management and by the Teflon business bosses.

    We respectfully disagree with you about DuPont being "a great corporate citizen". "A great corporate citizen" does not have a long sordid history of shameless lying and fraud about destruction of the ozone layers of the atmosphere with early DuPont fluorochemicals, lead additives in gasoline, BENLATE, SHAM Safety at DuPont's dangerous run-down plants, maltreatment of regular DuPont employees, financial gimmickry, Imprelis, Tell Us, and the overall corporate culture of deceit and dirty-dealing, undsoweiter.

    DuPont is the Bank of America of chemicals, and materials and seeds.

    ...funfun..

  • funfundvierzig funfundvierzig May 28, 2016 1:49 PM Flag

    Significance for CC shareholders of the $6 million shelled out by Shamours Management for water filtres to remove PFOA poisons:

    The precedence is set that Shamours, not DuPont, will be paying for all the massive future costs of the C8 scandal and cover-up perpetrated by DuPont's egregiously depraved Management! Those costs, in our educated estimation, will soar ultimately to $3 billion to $5 billion, sufficient to sink Shamours into insolvency and bankruptcy.

    ...funfun..

  • funfundvierzig funfundvierzig May 29, 2016 3:33 PM Flag

    Wow, folks, talk about hostile and abusive trash initiating sleazy personal attacks against investors daring to question the performance and quality of DuPont Management. This heckling shill may be languishing in the ranks of Management or retired. More cheap PR damage control from the unethical DuPont and Shamours Management camp.

    Gotta laugh because this heckler never mentions the thousands, no exaggeration, thousands of vile and vindictive personal assaults from avowed DuPont employees, admitted DuPont representatives. They cry and screech because we have the temerity to throw back a few verbal grenades constantly hurled our way?

    What a sick, rotted corporation, indeed...soon to be dumped onto the backs of decent Dow Chemical men and women, and DOW shareholders.

    ...funfun..

  • funfundvierzig funfundvierzig May 29, 2016 3:45 PM Flag

    Folks, notice how this obvious Management stooge (the above message is his ONLY post in six months, an ad hominem attack targeting yours truly) never mentions all the "precious time" wasted by the "hateful and miserable" admitted employees of DuPont who systematically monitor the internet for dissent and launch off-topic, defamatory personal assaults and childish insults against independently-minded, independently-speaking investors!

    CEO Edward Breen should be keenly embarrassed over the gross, unprofessional misconduct of his avowed DuPont employees and Managers! Sure sign of a failing corporation in deep, deep trouble.

    ...funfun..

  • funfundvierzig funfundvierzig May 30, 2016 8:31 AM Flag

    Folks, you may have noticed in the past few days, obvious stooges for Shamours and DuPont Management have been trying to convince you that the massive Teflon Toxin Litigation is no big deal for DuPont because Shamours is stuck with all the legal bills by contractual agreement with DuPont.

    Really, how stupid do they think investors are here? The judge is not about to countenance a fraudulent conveyance, a fraudulent conveyance of DuPont legal obligations to thinly capitalised Shamours, where DuPont is the named defendant in 3,535 tort lawsuits pending in the U. S. District Court of Southern Ohio. No amount of reorganisations, mergers, and spin-offs is going to extinguish the fundamental liability of DuPont!

    Don't be mislead by the slippery PR con artists and operatives assigned to the internet, monitoring for dissent. What they do consistently is cyber-stalk and harass independently-speaking investors in order to confuse and mislead, and yes defraud! Keep investors in the dark and in doubt.

    What a sick operation Shamours is, aping its equally sick parent, the shrinking, sinking DuPont Company.

    ...funfun..

  • funfundvierzig funfundvierzig May 30, 2016 8:43 AM Flag

    DOW Shareholders, Dow Men & Women,

    It is extremely important for Dow Chemical to position its people in the leadership roles. The appointment of Howard Ungerleider as CFO of the combined entity is a favourable start.

    DOW shareholders need only recall the last spin-off engineered by the bumbling bosses of DuPont: the stillborn Shamours, stripped of $4billion of cash and crushed with $4 billion of junk debt. CC shares immediately dove off the cliff, falling from 22.25 on the first day of trading, June 19, 2015 to 3.06 on Jan. 27, 2016. 85% of the value incinerated. After an emergency infusion of $440 million into Shamours by DuPont's nervous Management, CC has since recovered to 9.00 and change. And the quarterly dividend was machete-slashed from 55 cents to 3 pennies.

    Remember SHAMours when the DuPlicitous Management of DuPont promises you "a world-leading, strong independent company" as they are doing right now with the future DoDu, Inc. agricultural spin-off. They
    promised Shamours would be just that! It wasn't.

    …funfun..

  • funfundvierzig funfundvierzig May 30, 2016 10:55 AM Flag

    We have been saying for years a criminal investigation of the racketeering and fraud waged by DuPont's ethically crippled executives and evil agents in this Toxic Teflon Chemical Scandal has long been over due. The Dutch are to be commended indeed.

    Notice further how one DuPont employee tries to shut down open discussion on this board this morning by self-righteously and politically deploying the memory of dead dedicated soldiers. No cheap political trick for PR damage control is off the books for these sleazy DuPont Management camp followers!

    What about dead and critically, terminally diseased victims by the thousands suffering from the PFOA poisoning of DuPont Management?

    ...funfun..

  • funfundvierzig funfundvierzig May 30, 2016 11:09 AM Flag

    Teflon Toxin Contamination Has Spread Throughout The World, By Sharon Lerner, The Intercept, April 23, 2016:

    [In pertinent part]

    "...As in the U.S., PFOA has leached into the water near factories in Dordrecht, Holland, and Shimizu, Japan, both of which were built and operated for many years by DuPont. Last year, the Shimizu facility and part of the Dordrecht plant became the property of DuPont’s spinoff company, Chemours. Just as it did in both New Jersey and West Virginia, DuPont tracked the PFOA levels in its workers’ blood in Holland and Japan for years, according to EPA filings and internal company documents. Many of the blood levels were high, some extremely so. In one case, in Shimizu in 2008, a worker had a blood level of 8,370 parts per billion (ppb). In Dordrecht in 2005, another worker was recorded with 11,387 ppb. The national average in the U.S., in 2004, was about 5 ppb.

    "Water contamination was also a problem in both locations. In Shimizu, PFOA was detected in 10 wells at the site, with the highest level of contamination measuring 1,540 ppb. Groundwater in Dordrecht, which is about an hour south of Amsterdam, was also contaminated, with 1,374 ppb of PFOA at one spot near the factory in 2014.

    "But there has been little discussion of the problems at these two sites, at least until recently, when the PFOA contamination became news in Holland. In March, the Dutch National Institute for Public Health and the Environment released a report finding that levels of PFOA in water were elevated at least until 2002 and that residents of Dordrecht had been exposed to airborne PFOA for years..."

    And dishonest Shamours and DuPont bosses and their PR flim-flam artists think they can sweep this rapidly growing multi-national Teflon Toxin Scandal under the proverbial rug?? Hell NO!

    ...funfun..

  • funfundvierzig funfundvierzig May 30, 2016 11:17 AM Flag

    And what is particularly outrageous is many of the dirty operating scientists and researchers in this corrupt Delaware-based chemical conglomerate along with little lawyers and plant managers and engineers knew exactly what was going on! They said nothing and did nothing. Massive Cover-Up.

    What? Are they going to offer up the Nuremberg Defence:

    "I was only following orders..."

    ...funfun..

  • funfundvierzig funfundvierzig May 30, 2016 1:49 PM Flag

    Actually, she is English, and my wife.

    ...funfun..

  • "Teflon Toxin Contamination Has Spread Throughout The World," By Sharon Lerner, The Intercept, April 19, 2016:

    [In pertinent part]

    "...As in the U.S., PFOA has leached into the water near factories in Dordrecht, Holland, and Shimizu, Japan, both of which were built and operated for many years by DuPont. Last year, the Shimizu facility and part of the Dordrecht plant became the property of DuPont’s spinoff company, Chemours. Just as it did in both New Jersey and West Virginia, DuPont tracked the PFOA levels in its workers’ blood in Holland and Japan for years, according to EPA filings and internal company documents. Many of the blood levels were high, some extremely so. In one case, in Shimizu in 2008, a worker had a blood level of 8,370 parts per billion (ppb). In Dordrecht in 2005, another worker was recorded with 11,387 ppb. The national average in the U.S., in 2004, was about 5 ppb.

    "Water contamination was also a problem in both locations. In Shimizu, PFOA was detected in 10 wells at the site, with the highest level of contamination measuring 1,540 ppb. Groundwater in Dordrecht, which is about an hour south of Amsterdam, was also contaminated, with 1,374 ppb of PFOA at one spot near the factory in 2014.

    "But there has been little discussion of the problems at these two sites, at least until recently, when the PFOA contamination became news in Holland. In March, the Dutch National Institute for Public Health and the Environment released a report finding that levels of PFOA in water were elevated at least until 2002 and that residents of Dordrecht had been exposed to airborne PFOA for years..."

    And dishonest Shamours and DuPont bosses and their PR flim-flam artists think they can sweep this rapidly growing multi-national Teflon Toxin Scandal under the proverbial rug?? Hell NO!

    ...funfun..

  • funfundvierzig funfundvierzig May 30, 2016 2:19 PM Flag

    And what is particularly outrageous is many of the dirty operating scientists and researchers in this corrupt Delaware-based chemical conglomerate along with little lawyers and plant managers and engineers knew exactly what was going on! They said nothing and did nothing. Massive Cover-Up.

    What? Are they going to offer up the Nuremberg Defence:

    "I was only following orders..."

    Oh, and about that substitute for C8 being quietly used to manufacture Teflon, there is increasing evidence it may be equally if not more dangerous than C8! This Teflon Toxin Scandal keep ballooning and ballooning and ballooning. Yet, not a single dollar accrued specifically for Teflon Toxin contingent legal liabilities on the questionable books of Shamours or DuPont.

    ...funfun..

  • funfundvierzig funfundvierzig May 31, 2016 12:47 PM Flag

    Another LIE put out by the stooges guarding DuPont and Shamours Management.

    The undersigned was never one of a multitude of spiders spinning the web of deception on this Toxic Teflon Chemical C8 inside Fortress Wilmington under siege!

    ...funfun..

  • "Teflon Toxin Contamination Has Spread Throughout The World," By Sharon Lerner, The Intercept, April 19, 2016:

    [In pertinent part]

    "...As in the U.S., PFOA has leached into the water near factories in Dordrecht, Holland, and Shimizu, Japan, both of which were built and operated for many years by DuPont. Last year, the Shimizu facility and part of the Dordrecht plant became the property of DuPont’s spinoff company, Chemours. Just as it did in both New Jersey and West Virginia, DuPont tracked the PFOA levels in its workers’ blood in Holland and Japan for years, according to EPA filings and internal company documents. Many of the blood levels were high, some extremely so. In one case, in Shimizu in 2008, a worker had a blood level of 8,370 parts per billion (ppb). In Dordrecht in 2005, another worker was recorded with 11,387 ppb. The national average in the U.S., in 2004, was about 5 ppb.

    "Water contamination was also a problem in both locations. In Shimizu, PFOA was detected in 10 wells at the site, with the highest level of contamination measuring 1,540 ppb. Groundwater in Dordrecht, which is about an hour south of Amsterdam, was also contaminated, with 1,374 ppb of PFOA at one spot near the factory in 2014.

    "But there has been little discussion of the problems at these two sites, at least until recently, when the PFOA contamination became news in Holland. In March, the Dutch National Institute for Public Health and the Environment released a report finding that levels of PFOA in water were elevated at least until 2002 and that residents of Dordrecht had been exposed to airborne PFOA for years..."

    And dishonest Shamours and DuPont bosses and their PR flim-flam artists think they can sweep this rapidly growing multi-national Teflon Toxin Scandal under the proverbial rug?? Hell NO!

    This multi-$billion baggage is about to be delivered to Dow!

    ...funfun..

  • funfundvierzig funfundvierzig Jun 1, 2016 8:46 AM Flag

    As you can see, folks, more lies and now threats from the unethical thrash in the corrupt DuPont Management camp!

    ...funfun..

  • funfundvierzig funfundvierzig Jun 1, 2016 8:50 AM Flag

    WOW, who in the hell are you to order an investor what to think, what to say, and how often to speak?

    Folks, you have to laugh at these resentfully uneducated woodchucks shilling for Management. All they can do is fester in their inferiority and lash out with sleazy third-grade insults against anyone who can ideate and express in the rich english language!

    ...funfun..

  • funfundvierzig funfundvierzig Jun 1, 2016 9:20 PM Flag

    Dow Women and Men, when you see the incessant internet campaign of sleazy personal attacks against outside investors launched by DuPont Management shills you are slammed in the face with the vile culture of the DuPont Company and its inferior people about to be downloaded onto the greater Dow Chemical organisation!

    Better hope this gawky "Merger of Unequals" never takes place.

    ...funfun..

  • funfundvierzig funfundvierzig Jun 2, 2016 8:55 AM Flag

    The hostile, unethical trash in the DuPont Management camp never get around to telling investors why they should sink their savings dollars in the shrinking, sinking DuPont Company. That's telling, indeed. All they can do is curse and show off their embarrassing lack of intelligence and education.

    Comical. Such is the lower mental class festering in their inferiority, frantic to protect the bosses of DuPont and Shamours from any criticism. They never think for themselves. Can't see a thing beyond the lids of their lunch pails.

    ...funfun..

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