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alphapsyche 35 posts  |  Last Activity: Apr 20, 2015 4:38 PM Member since: Sep 9, 2004
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    Everyone Knows Jkokoa's The Fraud Here

    by shorty_in_aspen Apr 20, 2015 12:45 PM
    alphapsyche alphapsyche Apr 20, 2015 4:38 PM Flag

    But of course, we all know that you would be wrong, Mr. Jackass, in holding that presumptuous thought, even though you might not think so, god bless your soul...

  • Reply to

    Everyone Knows Jkokoa's The Fraud Here

    by shorty_in_aspen Apr 20, 2015 12:45 PM
    alphapsyche alphapsyche Apr 20, 2015 3:52 PM Flag

    No Mr. Jackass, I think you're thinking of Chinless Chrissie de le Cuckold, who pimped out his wife to Raoul the pool boy, personal ski instructor, and personal trainer. It was a passive kind of pimping where due to his investment of monitoring of the Geron board 24/7, and the relief he felt when his wife was not distracting him with "We need to talk!" distractions, she began to develop a deep relationship with Raoul, who was everything chinless was not. It's be further understood that she had read the writing on the wall in regards to his failures of fulfilling his duties of a man to protect her and family, and because of his profligate ways.

    She did moved on to become a high power hedge fund manager; far surpassing all the assets lost by chinless during his ongoing delirious fantasies of fame and riches expressed so eloquently when he crowed about buying in at $74 in the frothy euphoria of what has, in retrospect, become known as "Lemming's Leap" in 2000; this was the trigger point for his wife...

    Chinless has moved on too, but in different and unhealthy ways. He is now the proud owner of three, fully pimped out Safeway shopping carts; double-bagged plastic clothing storage, 4 gallon bottles of water from the back of the large animal veterinary clinic, 7 blanket remnants of various fabric and prior use, old blue tarp, and a great deal of found and repurposed bric-a-brac and chachkas to dress up the campsites, and a water proof laminated schedule of library hours, media section, so he can still monitor this message board.

    Hope this have help clear up your confusion...

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  • alphapsyche alphapsyche Apr 17, 2015 1:24 PM Flag

    Sounds like religion...

  • alphapsyche alphapsyche Apr 14, 2015 2:58 PM Flag

    No jkoff, it's the messenger for which we have no respect and "messenger" is used loosely in your case, since you really don't have a message per se, as much as a continual huckster's ballyhoo; you know, the stuff people tune-out after it repeats just once.

  • alphapsyche alphapsyche Apr 7, 2015 8:20 PM Flag

    Well jkoff's just as slippery with numbers as he is with words. It's about 162% and not a 200% rise in 2-years. See, here you rounded up 38% to max your spin to the board. How are others to gain trust in your pumping narrative if you don't attempt relate it to the real world?

    Strangely enough though, from the 2-years-ago low of $1.16 to the high of around $64 in the 2000 spike, we actually have a total of 666% appreciation in share price. Isn't that weird?

    So with the 162% gain so far from $1.16, we have 504% left to go before chrisclub can break even with his highly touted buy at the top.

    I'm assuming he's still holding because like yourself, jkoff, he pinkie-swore that he would never sell.

  • alphapsyche alphapsyche Apr 5, 2015 9:13 PM Flag

    Predictable as sunrise, here comes sourdough-jkoff checking and baiting his trap-line... Hoping to make a catch here and there of unsuspecting prey. Hopefully enough to afford moving out of his mother's basement, where he's been living since his parents divorced; Raoul the pool-boy then, personal trainer, then husband to the former Ms. chrisclub, with whom he has been happily married since she convinced him to run away with her. She characterized the process as "Escape to Reality."

    Not judging, just saying...

  • Reply to

    GERN Should Be Ashamed!!!!!!!!!!!!

    by blackmarango Apr 4, 2015 9:03 AM
    alphapsyche alphapsyche Apr 4, 2015 11:31 PM Flag

    Well, instead of telling others what they might do, why don't you share with us about your stake in Geron; how many shares you have and what have you added following your unsolicited stock advice as to what we all should be doing at this time in place.

    We are waiting...

  • Reply to

    GERN Should Be Ashamed!!!!!!!!!!!!

    by blackmarango Apr 4, 2015 9:03 AM
    alphapsyche alphapsyche Apr 4, 2015 11:03 PM Flag

    Aw geez! So that's why Geron didn't throw the "All You Can Eat Caviar & Champagne Christmas Feed" last year and I wouldn't expect one this year either.

    I don't to undermined the measured discussions here and to jump to any hasty conclusions, but hasn't it been relatively devoid of true spirit around here since the big jump followed by that long and painful slide, and then Maui began to lift everybody's spirits only to dash them again on entropy's shore?

    It's not just the pps, but the zeitgeist of being on the biomed frontier, the hope and excitement that never really recovered. Today's focus of trash-talk focuses on counting coup on the shorts, longs, pumpers, bashers, etc, whom to many are viewed as the prime drivers of price movement.

    If Geron was in ICU, we would have called in the family for the talk... you know... the plug...

  • Herrrrrrrrrre's jkokao doing his updated interpretation of the Native American Great Plains people's "Ghost Dance."

    On December 29, 1890, on the frozen plains at Wounded Knee on the Pine Ridge Reservation, 290 Sioux men, women and children, were massacred. As their corpses lay frozen in the snowy fields, it was pathetically plain that the "ghost shirts" worn by many were ineffective in warding off the white man’s bullets.

    On March 31, 2015, jkokao's cyber version of the "Ghost Dance" is to dawn his "ghost shirts" of "Go Geron" and feels this will ward off the "bullets" of failed expectations as per Geron's price per share...

    Let's not take that away from him since the crushing humiliation he's had to bear since 2001 is arduous.

    You go jkokao! You go! ... Go!

  • alphapsyche alphapsyche Mar 30, 2015 9:00 PM Flag

    Oh, that must be it! I'm one of those "bashers" of Geron just as you are one of those "pumpers."

    Now that that is settled, the segment on 60 minutes is pretty impressive. It is a must see for those of us looking for "the cure" and when compared to a rat walking, actually limping along dragging a foot, while impressive, the elimination of a couple of brain tumors is very impressive and the subjects walk afterwards without a limp...

    The few that did pose problems were able to be understood as to dosage and timing. One of the cases actually got better once adjustment to dosage was adjusted. Remember, this was a phase one protocol of safety and dosage. The results were so unexpected and powerful that doctors were scrambling to come up with a protocol on the fly; several doctors participating in the study claimed it was the most important advancement to date.

    Find the segment, look at it, listen to me now, think about it later, and believe me after 'while.

  • alphapsyche alphapsyche Mar 30, 2015 1:20 PM Flag

    Oh, that must be it! I'm one of those bashers of Geron just as you are one of those Pumpers.

    Now that that is settled, the segment on 60 minutes is pretty impressive. It is a must see for those of us looking for "the cure" and when compared to a rat walking, actually limping along dragging a foot, while impressive, the elimination of a couple of brain tumors is very impressive and the subjects walk without limps...

    And the few that did pose problems were able to be understood as to what went wrong. One of the cases actually got better one adjustment to dosage was adjusted. Remember, this was a phase one protocol of safety and dosage. The results were so unexpected and powerful that doctors claimed it was the most important advancement to date.

    But I'm just relating what the segment presented and I suggest all should see. Now if I'm a real basher, should Geron be dropping faster?

  • alphapsyche alphapsyche Mar 30, 2015 1:05 PM Flag

    Not sure since the program dealt with solid brain tumors. The 60 Minutes segment is a must see for all about this development.

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    The future is Immunotherapy, my good man, Immunotherapy!

  • Reply to

    UNREAL

    by bblf2015 Mar 27, 2015 3:49 PM
    alphapsyche alphapsyche Mar 27, 2015 6:19 PM Flag

    I got an email from one of the early founders of Geron, Dr. Rip von Winkle, who dropped into a coma for 20-years after hitting his head when he slipped on some telomerase somebody had left on the floor.

    He awoke recently and after taking in the company's track record, promptly liquidated his position... I tried to talk him out of it but he walked away mumbling something about life being too short to waste...

    Just thought I would share with everyone.

  • alphapsyche by alphapsyche Mar 26, 2015 5:19 PM Flag

    Market is down today and Geron is up. "Safe" harbor.

  • Reply to

    joanie and jkokao

    by alphapsyche Mar 22, 2015 6:02 PM
    alphapsyche alphapsyche Mar 22, 2015 8:21 PM Flag

    Your heard it heard first folks! From the tips of mainecolonlover's fingers:

    "The NOTORIOUS BOZO [ie, mainecolonlover] continues to amuse itself by using 2 [mainecolonlover and jkokao] of its untold number of IDs to converse with itself on this thread."

    Notice how mainecolonlover's comments resembles Sméagol's conversations within himselves... especially addressing himself in the third person...

  • alphapsyche by alphapsyche Mar 22, 2015 6:02 PM Flag

    It seems that the only "two" posters trying to stampede everyone into the camp of "us serious true believing longs—'go geron'" against, "them evil bashers and shorts—'show us the money.'"

    What's behind the fear joanie and jkokao have with those of different opinions? They bash those who differ by attacking their character rather than engage in, or refute, their differing opinions. It's obvious their agenda is to keep conflict high so that reason doesn't interfere with the emotionally stirred investment decision process to hold/buy geron and join in the battle to the cry of, "Don't let the shorts tread on us!"

    What on earth kind of investment strategy is that? The kind that joanie and jkokao would like us to believe they use? I wouldn't dismiss the notion that jkokao and joanie are the reincarnations of chrisclub and Pau... er, pardon me, paulagem.

  • alphapsyche alphapsyche Mar 21, 2015 8:38 PM Flag

    Wow, sounds like mullah jokkass is preaching fire and brimstone; wonder what's got him spooked. He's talking faster than a carnival carnie working a joint on the boardwalk.

  • Reply to

    Can you hear me

    by shoenfield Mar 21, 2015 11:40 AM
    alphapsyche alphapsyche Mar 21, 2015 7:41 PM Flag

    Are you saying that errors of judgement are never made?

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