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bustin_ur_chops 296 posts  |  Last Activity: Apr 16, 2014 10:04 AM Member since: Mar 17, 2013
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  • Reply to

    Tell us your story!

    by screeminee Jan 5, 2014 3:35 PM
    bustin_ur_chops bustin_ur_chops Jan 5, 2014 10:15 PM Flag

    "he just needs to pick up a couple more shares of MDDD to make up for his loss!..."

    But here's the rub, screem. Neither that noble hoodlum nor the hard working scamster can purchase MDDD at a respectable price because of the blatant manipulation that has been explained ad nauseum here.

    You see, the "shorties" manipulate the price upwards so they can sell shares short at top dollar forcing the honest, true investors to pay an exhorbitant price.

    Once those shorties have finished "backing up the truck", the "bashers" take over with their obnoxious drivel to drive down the share price so that they can back up their trucks preventing true "investors" from purchasing at an attractive price.

    Yes, and then the shorties begin manipulating the price up again, just as that Fraud guy has pointed out, and the whole cycle repeats itself.

    The SEC really should get involved here; don't ya think???


  • Reply to

    Tell us your story!

    by screeminee Jan 5, 2014 3:35 PM
    bustin_ur_chops bustin_ur_chops Jan 5, 2014 9:00 PM Flag

    My story is somewhat similar.

    I was riding a bus in west Baltimore, near the streets where "The Wire" was filmed. Across the aisle from me was a nattily attired gent carrying a Hermes briefcase embossed with the logo "PennyStocks 'R' Us".

    Then these three gangbangers entered the bus. They took one look at me with my spiked hair, the chains tatted on my neck, the teardrops tatted on my cheek, and the brass chain linking the hoops in my ears with the ring through my nose and decided to focus in the other guy.

    With a pistol pressed under his jaw, this guy gave it all up: his cash, his credit cards, his Rolex, and his firm's next hot pick.

    I overheard him say "MDDD", "Wideboy", and "to da moon!"

    With that, the pistolero flashed a wide grin, returned the credit cards and Rolex, and exclaimed: "You're alright dude. I'm gonna take ya cash and buy me some MDDD. I've even seen the Yahoo! message board. My men stirfry and the fraudulator guarantee this is the real deal. Like there's even gonna be a demo thing.

    "Then I'll soon buy me a Rolex legit-like!

    "I got f**k'd playin Xumanii and some other APS picks but I know this pick will fly. After all, I printed my pistol using the Wideboy prototype."

    And now I'm here, matching wits with the witless...

  • Reply to

    They don't believe the bashers?

    by myrmbrnl Jan 4, 2014 1:41 AM
    bustin_ur_chops bustin_ur_chops Jan 5, 2014 1:30 PM Flag

    Dear Jausting:

    Thank you for your explanation. I often think that self-deprecatory humor is the best. However, absent knowledge of the underlying basis, methinks that mocking those with physical affliction can seem very insensitive.

    On the other hand, I feel that the "basher" bashers and "shorty" conspiracy accusers are fair game because choosing to remain ignorant and acting like fools and idiots just opens the door to criticsm.

    Happy New Year,


  • Reply to

    They don't believe the bashers?

    by myrmbrnl Jan 4, 2014 1:41 AM
    bustin_ur_chops bustin_ur_chops Jan 5, 2014 5:54 AM Flag

    "Now if I may, redact that previous statement and replace it with the following, I would be in debt to your gratitude."

    Thanks, jausting.

    But, unfortunately, I think that you missed my subtle point. I think that it is okay to mock those people posting on this public mb who consistently display with arrogance their foolishness, ignorance, and resistance to educate themselves. But I think that it is in poor taste to use the afflictions of those with epilepsy or Tourettes or any other illness as source material for your witticisms.

    On message boards, I just play being a jerk. In real life, I am a real doc so perhaps I am a bit sensitive to this issue...

    With all due respect,


  • bustin_ur_chops by bustin_ur_chops Jan 5, 2014 5:44 AM Flag

    Amigo, you have been very liberal with the terms idiot, moron, etc.

    Most participants on this board are probably unaware that these originally were scientific terms to describe certain levels of deficient IQ:

    IQ Range Classification
    70-80 Borderline deficiency
    50-69 Moron
    20-49 Imbecile
    below 20 Idiot

    "Cretin" is a medical term for a mentally challenged person suffering from severe hypothyroidism.

    In other words, screeminee, please be careful with these terms. You wouldn't want to insult some of the morons posting here by calling them imbeciles...


  • Reply to

    What I have heard

    by myrmbrnl Jan 5, 2014 2:40 AM
    bustin_ur_chops bustin_ur_chops Jan 5, 2014 5:34 AM Flag

    "They will be squeezed because there are a lot of shares needed to be covered. They are panic.'

    The are two "lot of shares" in play: those that the insiders still need to dump and those that bag holders like you are clinging onto like a lottery ticket. This is no significant short interest...

    The only "panic" that will occur will belong to bag holders trying to sell when the "demo" is cancelled.

    Get a clue, YenMan!

  • bustin_ur_chops by bustin_ur_chops Jan 5, 2014 5:29 AM Flag

    paste into YouTube or Google search:


  • Reply to

    What I have heard

    by myrmbrnl Jan 5, 2014 2:40 AM
    bustin_ur_chops bustin_ur_chops Jan 5, 2014 5:26 AM Flag

    I know that you have been very high since the legalization of pot with your investment in MJNA. But you really must stop smoking weed for a while. It is making you completely insane...

    And for the 5000K-th time, we nefarious "bashers" only enjoy pointing out scams and hopefully might educate a Kool-Aid drinking knucklehead or two to see the light... We ScamBusters here only wish that shares were freely available to short.

    Absent a short position, the only benefit of following MDDD is the opportunity to spar with the conspiracy spouting jerks on this board, yourself, of course, excluded.



  • Reply to

    They don't believe the bashers?

    by myrmbrnl Jan 4, 2014 1:41 AM
    bustin_ur_chops bustin_ur_chops Jan 4, 2014 10:57 PM Flag

    "myrmbrnl", I believe, is tagalog for "I make no sense".

    Jausting, regretfully, epileptics are unable to vocalize during most of their neurologic events. They suffer with "seizures", not "spasms".

    Sadly, the protestations of the MDDD touts and bagholders are almost as frustrating to endure as is treating an acute seizure...


  • bustin_ur_chops bustin_ur_chops Jan 4, 2014 10:07 PM Flag


    With TVIX, there always will be a lower price.

    With all due respect, you obviously do not understand this instrument...

    If you want "insurance", you would be better off buying a "bear" ETP, or, better still, shorting a levered bull ETP.


  • Reply to

    $1.31 or .31c first?

    by beachdan1234 Jan 2, 2014 11:53 PM
    bustin_ur_chops bustin_ur_chops Jan 4, 2014 7:18 PM Flag

    "Ya can't drop what ya NEVER had...hehehehehehehe"

    I have no idea to what you are referring...

    With all due respect, Fraud, if you stop with the "heheheheheh" and "bwahahahah", some folk might respond to you as an adult rather than a teenager in Mom's basement.

    Happy New Year,

    Bustin, who is Not screeminee

  • Reply to

    $1.31 or .31c first?

    by beachdan1234 Jan 2, 2014 11:53 PM
    bustin_ur_chops bustin_ur_chops Jan 4, 2014 3:15 PM Flag

    Oops, reading this message board has dropped my IQ by several delta...

    "what's will" --- "what will occur next..."

  • Reply to

    $1.31 or .31c first?

    by beachdan1234 Jan 2, 2014 11:53 PM
    bustin_ur_chops bustin_ur_chops Jan 4, 2014 3:11 PM Flag

    His question was legit: "what's will occur next, .50 up or . 50 down?"

    Who knows with the current manipulation, but after the "demo" is "postponed", the price will only sink, imo.

    but for further insight into beachdan's prognostic skills:

    from the wpcs (2.56) board:

    beachdan1234 • Dec 27, 2013 8:33 AM
    $25 by end of January
    More news coming.

  • Reply to

    All this bashers are wrong, again

    by myrmbrnl Jan 1, 2014 2:56 AM
    bustin_ur_chops bustin_ur_chops Jan 1, 2014 11:01 PM Flag

    "But once again, how many shares are you holding?"

    5000K, of course!

  • Reply to

    The next fraud PUGE

    by richardianseagraves Dec 30, 2013 5:20 PM
    bustin_ur_chops bustin_ur_chops Dec 31, 2013 8:01 AM Flag

    Massive Dynamics MDDD is the international leader of merging 3D printing with #$%$. They announced the creation of the first 3D marijuana printing farm this past May 1.

    Google "printforge marijuana"

    MDDD purchased the PrintForge brand of 3D printing vaporware on Mar 5. Like the MDDD Kool-Aid drinkers, the MSSD devotees are still waiting for their product debut!

    The scams are quite similar as were the posts on the iHub message board this past year.


  • bustin_ur_chops by bustin_ur_chops Dec 30, 2013 11:23 AM Flag

    My bashing gambit with 10 aliases worked!!!

    I was able to buy 5000K, that's right 5 million, shares at the open at $.115 and just sold at $.52.

    You do the math!!! I can afford to buy a new Wideboy every day for years to come. I'm on the presale mailing list!

    Ignore the volume figures showing 600K shares. (I'm in tight with the mm's!!!)

    Go MDDD; Go MDDD!!!


  • Reply to

    This just turned up on one of my screens.

    by juststeve55 Dec 18, 2013 9:31 PM
    bustin_ur_chops bustin_ur_chops Dec 30, 2013 2:24 AM Flag

    "but i can see a lot of uses for this product, i never was impressed with the other 2 wheeler (neat as it is) but with this its more adaptable to some interesting fields. or damn cool! "

    With all due respect, are you posting on the correct board?

    The only products that MSSD has are vaporware, a fraudulant web-site, and an elaborate con.

    "Other 2 wheeler... more adaptable.." Whatcha takin' about???


  • Reply to

    You must be at least 54" tall

    by screeminee Dec 29, 2013 10:14 PM
    bustin_ur_chops bustin_ur_chops Dec 30, 2013 2:15 AM Flag

    Pre-order your tickets to this Makism Ring of Fire attractive at the special premarket open price of only 30 MDDD shares/ride.

    Once MDDD resumes trading, the ticket price will rise to at least 100 shares/ride.

    Bustin, reporting from the road to perdition

  • Reply to

    P & G to acquire MDDD

    by bustin_ur_chops Dec 28, 2013 1:13 AM
    bustin_ur_chops bustin_ur_chops Dec 28, 2013 5:08 PM Flag

    "You are dreaming? We don't like lies."

    I'll assume that you find the "reporting" of Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert quite upsetting. Gosh, they are such disgusting non-repentent liars. Don't ya think?

    Bustin, reporting from P&G HQ.

  • bustin_ur_chops by bustin_ur_chops Dec 28, 2013 1:13 AM Flag

    CINCINNATI, OH -- Dec. 23, 2013 /PRNewswire The Procter & Gamble Company is pleased to announce an unsolicited bid of $90000 to purchase all assets and outstanding shares of Makism 3D (MDDD-suspended), the troubled manufacturer of the non-existent, revolutionary, 3rd generation Wideboy™ 3D printers.

    "We feel that we are offering an exceptional opportunity for Makism investors considering that we give the company an intrinsic value of just $230", observed Jonathan Kelly, President of PG's Charmin division. We ran the numbers and realized if we could purchase 90 million physical shares for 0.1dollar/share, we could save an exceptional amount of money as opposed to buying paper pulp.

    "Regardless, we believe that MDDD shares are going down the proverbial shyter one way or the other."

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