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bubblyjoe51 5 posts  |  Last Activity: Aug 15, 2014 7:45 PM Member since: Nov 5, 2009
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  • bubblyjoe51 bubblyjoe51 Aug 15, 2014 7:45 PM Flag

    Be a man Ruffturd and accept that your educator couldn't have cared less what you said or did. He had one goal in mind and that was to make you smarter than what you were. He's now gone, has developed new interest and has turned a new page. He did not have much interest in you as you constantly exhibited denseness. He got fed up wasting his time with you and has now taken his teachings to a higher level.

    Ever since he left this board, his absence is being felt. You appear to be the most lost. You didn't have enough sense to appreciate talent when it was available at no price. Now, suffer the consequence of your stupidity.

  • bubblyjoe51 by bubblyjoe51 Jul 27, 2014 7:25 PM Flag

    Pfizer appears to be quiescent from a distance, however I'm convinced the head honchos are brainstorming every day as to what will be their next move. The Company desperately needs an injection of new medication.

    What direction will the pharmaceutical giant choose to go is a good question, especially after being told "no dice" from Astra Zeneka? While the door is still ajar, I would assume there is still some interest in acquiring smaller biotechs outside the US in the area of 50 to 80B dollars. I doubt the British firm is still on the agenda.

    Anyhow, in hindsight, 120B dollars was being too lavish with respect to that purchase. Being shut out has turned out to be a blessing in disguise. What say you?

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    Does Alan Daniels still post?

    by billy_ray_valentine Jul 18, 2014 11:34 AM
    bubblyjoe51 bubblyjoe51 Jul 18, 2014 12:28 PM Flag

    The Guru took his money and ran. Just as simple as that. Through hard work and a flair for making money, he opted to start educating those like Ruffturd who didn't have a pot to pee in. Today, I suspect the millionaire is most happy and has plenty of time to run to Trader Joe and play the horses. When one is wealthy, you can do whatever you contemplate. I personally miss him a lot. Since his departure, this board has now become completely dysfunctional. Ruffturd became the biggest loser. He now sits alone in his reeky lair twiddling his thumbs. There's a steep price to pay for experience!

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    Where did everyone go?

    by lawyers_bite_me Apr 4, 2014 7:38 PM
    bubblyjoe51 bubblyjoe51 Jul 8, 2014 8:51 AM Flag

    I can feel for you Ruffturd. It must be tough to spend the day in your little cubicle knowing the Guru has found new interest. You were told countless times you were playing with fire, but you always knew better than anyone else. Now, suffer the consequences of your stoopidity. The Guru has moved on and has never needed your assistance. As far as I know, he could very well be on another trip around the world.

    Agreed, it has to be a lonely life for you, however, I hope you have learned something you can now put into practice. The Guru spent eight years educating you and all what he got in return from you was platitudes. I told you innumerable times to grow up and act your age, but it's been a lost cause.

    Why don't you write him a note and tell him that you will go ahead with the cutting of his toenails. I'm sure he would appreciate that and would probably invite you over for some Trader Joe's chocolate. If you're really sincere, I'm sure there are ways to initiate a rapprochement. Take the initiative. It will not fall in your hands.

  • bubblyjoe51 bubblyjoe51 May 17, 2014 9:53 AM Flag

    You're full of hops. Sell your shares and move on. No one is tying you down to Pfizer. Your friend the Guru got rid of his Pfizer shares and look where he is today in contrast to you still stuck in a little stinky cubicle.

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