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herexhear 1030 posts  |  Last Activity: Oct 26, 2015 12:56 PM Member since: Jan 6, 2013
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  • Reply to

    mmichaelr--I have visited this board for years

    by chapjack50 Oct 25, 2015 1:19 PM
    herexhear herexhear Oct 26, 2015 12:56 PM Flag

    Chapjck: sock puppet created Oct 25th

    A sockpuppet testimonial is most likely owned by a secondary ID of the subject of the testimonial.

    Mmichael is probably the fellow who hijcked the board w the multiple IDs who showed up after the political arguments between myself and virtually all the old Romneyites who have since vacated.

    I dont know if its in the latest DSM, but there is a certain kind of messageboard poster, not exactly a troll, but more so someone who carries on a kind of theatre of the absurd using multiple IDs. The creates multiple buffoonish identities andcarries on nonsensical conversations withthem until all other participants leave due to the noise. Even after that, the indivual carries on the show for years.

    Other boards Ive seen this on are SSH and VCEL/ASTM.

  • herexhear by herexhear Oct 25, 2015 9:12 PM Flag

    You were wrong. Militantly, dishoneatly wrong.

  • Telling me you were loading up in the 3s and 4s. How'd that turn out for you?

    Told you I'd be here when when Head n Neck and then Panc results came out.

    They just keep living and living

    This will be the next standard of care in Pancreatic Cancer.

    Where's Bailey?

    Where is CarmyK AKA Ima_scientist ?

  • herexhear by herexhear Jun 22, 2015 2:06 PM Flag

    But you would'nt listen.

    I told you I'd be here after head and neck and after "The new standard of Care blah blah"

    It still has notsunk in. Even after Saab declared REO flat out inactive.

    Oncy should b trading at .40 or below (cash on hand).

    On any given day from here on out, ONCY will trade at a price that it will never match or exceed after a few months pass.

    Lower highs and lower lows.

    I bet Nome, Armed, Scout, Gene, etc arent hurting at all.

    You? None of these guys talked up a candidate that was going to fail. Not it all. REO works. Saab is not to be trusted. ONCY would be approved now if it werent for the criminal shorts.

    Sad. Man's irrationality leading him to ruin. Unstoppable, inexorable. Sad.

  • Reply to

    Sad

    by phreephotoads Feb 11, 2015 3:47 PM
    herexhear herexhear Feb 12, 2015 9:34 AM Flag

    Nome was on the V2 board. Now he's not?

    Nome lured an army of rubes into Oncy at 3,4,5 and 6.

    His MO was to diagnose as mentally deficient anyone expressing doubt about the Miracle of Reo.

    He posed as a vastly experienced biopharma insider who has particular expertise in clinical statistics.

  • Reply to

    Up After Hours

    by freddywalker Feb 10, 2015 8:14 PM
    herexhear herexhear Feb 10, 2015 9:37 PM Flag

    Nome suckered an army of gullible bagho,ders into this stock at 4,5 and 6, then disappeared as the stock imploded to 40 cents.

    Now he has reappeared with a slightly different nic at 50 cents talking as if the stock is trading at 20 bucks.

    Askk this one-man "freak show" if he is still holding the shares he bought at 3 times the current price. Why did this clown disapear just beofre the stock imploded? Why does he have nothing to say about Reo, Reo trials or the company, but instead just helps stupid longs feel superior to those of us who got out 80 percent ago, while they still clutch residual, whittled stubs of imploded shares?

    Where was Nome when you were losing substanially all of the value of your Oncy investment?

  • herexhear by herexhear Feb 10, 2015 1:18 PM Flag

    Just going by his posts, Kenny could be a 7 year old boy?

    All the longs here suffer from one character flaw or another. The teabagger Speed, the nutjob Bailey, the ----- Armed, Kenny the wonderboy investor, the Martyr D2, the pretend-expert Nome.

    The one thing they all have in common? They well say anything to pretend they have irreparably lost substantially all of their investment in ONCY.

  • herexhear by herexhear Feb 10, 2015 10:11 AM Flag

    With the price a full 6 cents above all time lows, longs are triumphant now, only being 85 percent down, while panicked shorts are now facing irreperable harm to their positions, which are now up only 85 percent.

    With Oncy trading a full 6 cents off its all time low, Look at the confidence of longs like Nome, Armed and Kenny in their final victory!

  • Reply to

    Fighting history

    by dlaskey Feb 3, 2015 9:45 AM
    herexhear herexhear Feb 5, 2015 9:41 PM Flag

    Quent. If you'd listened to me 18 months ago, you'd have saved all your lossess.

  • Reply to

    Next Buy price target - $2.50!

    by dlaskey Jan 23, 2015 5:16 PM
    herexhear herexhear Jan 24, 2015 7:07 AM Flag

    "...has spent approx $300 million dollars on failed trials"

    No, 50 milliom on trials, 250 on SGnA, w a generous emphasis on salaries.

    Its nice to see you guys here. Back in the ay, I'd take on these oncyrubes 1 vs 20, like a substitute teacher in special ed class.

    They are little changed today: will still say anything and cannot be reasoned with, but just very much poorer.

    They pretend away the pooer part, saying its "just on paper"

    Yeah Kenny: all you have to do is just never sell to prevent you from ever losing a dime!

    Oncy is .44 and I Am Here.

  • herexhear by herexhear Jan 23, 2015 6:43 PM Flag

    I told you I'd be here when Oncy fell aprt and I am here.

    "likely to be the next standard of care for pancreatic cancer"

    How much have you lost because you bought more to spite me? That money is not coming back. On any given day the price of Oncy will never be reached again after 6 months.

    Panc was supposed to be the cancer most susceptible to Reo, and it got Zero efficacy in a trial run by the preeminent Panc researcher in the nation.

  • Old readers of the board probably check it now and then, glance at the wall of nonsense and leave within seconds.

  • If it hasnt been done yet, soon there will be a defined Psychological Disorder that describes people who take over messageboards like this guy has done here. Its beyond trolling.

    Even at the point where everyone has fled the board and its 90 percent him talking to himself, he continues on.

    Its quite peculiar, as the English would say.

  • Reply to

    the left , the right, the problem.

    by onion1273 Jan 21, 2014 2:46 PM
    herexhear herexhear Jan 23, 2014 4:48 PM Flag

    All of the Axis powers - from The Third Reich, to Imperial Japan, to Italy, to Romania - all entered WWII with an astounding lack of logistical and strategic preparedness.

    In a short period of time, the allies had an answer to every weapon in the Axis arsenal, with the arguable exception of the 88 and the Mg 42.

    German bombers were ordered to conduct bombing runs with little fighter support and ineffective defensive armament, as observed by the Luftwaffe head Goering when he likened the He-111 defensive fire to peashooters.

    The Japanese airmen were sent into battle with no self-sealing fuel tanks and no armour plating, while the Japanese Army and Navy agreed that the best strategic and tactical route to victory was to conduct mass suicide missions.

    The whermacht destroyed its own soldiers with a combination of methamphetamine diets and 24 hour-round the-clock marches to the point of facing an alarming and mysterious incidence of soldiers simply dropping dead where they stood. An investigation found that such fallen soliders had burned off all visceral fat and their bodies had consumed their own organs till eventual catestrophic heart failure.

    At the gates of Moscow German soldiers faced the onset of Russian Winter with no winter gear, and froze to death in their foxholes. the following Winter, freezing in heat losing steel helmuts and wool coats, they faced a well fed Soviet enemy in warm cotton and insulating shapkas.

    The anaology is perfect, because as citizens are asked to fight wars or contribute to their country's economic progress, the countries that best equip them for these tasks have the best chance at success.

    You are speaking from a persepective of a miserly individual who resents anyone being treated better than you were. As such you represent a counter-civilizational impulse. I am speaking from the perspective of optimization of public policy. "optimization of public policy" is "socialism" to you.

  • Reply to

    the left , the right, the problem.

    by onion1273 Jan 21, 2014 2:46 PM
    herexhear herexhear Jan 23, 2014 2:30 PM Flag

    I see now the fallacy in your argument is not based on your view that you are superior, but that you are average and, by extension, we should run our society without any view of removing obstacles because any average person can do just fine if he does not whine and "just goes out and does it"

    The Axis powers believed this about their soldiers, who were told there was no excuse not to prevail against better equpped allied soldiers.

    The outcome is well documented.

  • Reply to

    the left , the right, the problem.

    by onion1273 Jan 21, 2014 2:46 PM
    herexhear herexhear Jan 23, 2014 1:44 PM Flag

    More indication that Raybans has an inflated opinion of himself.

    He thinks his first job experiences make him special. He lives in a world of his own perception where he towers over other people who are lazy and stupid.

    To point out that he is average for his background would be taken as a real insult.

    I came up when the majority of neighborhood kids bid for the paper route being auctioned off by the current holder, who was graduating to a wage job.

    I now live in a subset of the world where having a few million is merely average.

    Many of us live in neighborhoods where a million buck house has 1800 sq ft and is priced near the median.

    Compare yourself to your actual peers. Don't fall into Raybans trap, where a high-ranking officer's son compares himself to the enlisted sons.

  • Reply to

    the left , the right, the problem.

    by onion1273 Jan 21, 2014 2:46 PM
    herexhear herexhear Jan 22, 2014 7:14 PM Flag

    Nickspinner prefers statesmen (puke) like Charles Koch who Nick thinks is a self made millionaire who doesnt use money to buy laws.

  • herexhear herexhear Jan 21, 2014 8:45 PM Flag

    Unless its slap stick, because they laugh at others in pain.

    If a conservative laughs, it means someone has experienced misfortune.

  • Every Obama policy and decision Raybans objects to happened before the 2012 election. Yet in response, the percentage of Americans calling themselves Republicans plunged to an all time low and Obama won re-election by a health margin of millions.

    The closest thing Romney has to a home state - Romenys own home state voted for Obama. All three of Remney's home states voted for Obama.

    Which haight radio agitator of hysterics is the one telling Raybans that "the rich are leaving America", and how is it Raybans slurps it up like the opposite of the independent-minded person he claims to be?

  • A minority of people in the US are being given inordinate sums of money to live lives of idle leisure. What normal people see as people living limited lives of constrained want in slums at the bottom wrung of society are seen as the exact opposite. To Raybans, they are people who are privileged through his oppression.

    Raybans boasted about how ruthless he would be in extracting maximum uncompensated labor as the inheritor of captive human property, and expressed the sincere belief that anyone who would anticipate hesitating in such circumstances as dishonest.

    In thinking so, he again shows his absolute inability to know even the basics of what he is talking about, for as an American, he does not even know that many granted manumission at great cost to themselves and many fought and died to abolish human ownership from the earth.

    Pefect portrait of someone without a coscience and a perfect portrait of our times that no readers seem to particularly notice anything amiss here.

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