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everynameienterfails 36 posts  |  Last Activity: Dec 11, 2012 11:22 AM Member since: Feb 2, 1999
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  • Reply to

    4Q earnings

    by hairyape59 Dec 8, 2012 7:12 AM
    everynameienterfails everynameienterfails Dec 11, 2012 11:22 AM Flag

    So you are saying the 77% INCREASE in 2012 holiday orders vs. 2011 will actually cause them to lose money? Interesting position.

  • Reply to

    Another great quarter

    by jthaiphu Aug 14, 2009 7:39 PM
    everynameienterfails everynameienterfails Aug 17, 2009 4:29 PM Flag

    Well, why didn't you say that in the first place? Can you ask them why they took so long to increase their biz development efforts?

  • Reply to

    Another great quarter

    by jthaiphu Aug 14, 2009 7:39 PM
    everynameienterfails everynameienterfails Aug 17, 2009 2:24 PM Flag

    Who are you and are you allowed to provide these types of details about the Co. to the public without using a press release, conference call, or SEC filing? Also, why did you wait until you lost a big customer before you started to "increase our business development efforts"? Shouldn't you always put forth maximum effort to increase your customer base?

  • Reply to

    opportunity or bust

    by actb4 Oct 30, 2008 1:17 PM
    everynameienterfails everynameienterfails Oct 30, 2008 4:29 PM Flag

    if it's too good to be true, it usually is.

  • Reply to

    Re: QUESTION

    by nschwartz_99 Dec 22, 2000 7:19 AM
    everynameienterfails everynameienterfails Jan 4, 2001 11:09 PM Flag

    i feel your pain. you sound a lot like the person
    i used to be, except that i would never compliment
    a lying scam artist. with 300 shs/less than $300
    mkt value, i guess you might as well hold on.
    besides, in another 20 days or so this baby may become
    DELISTED, then you might have a tough time finding a
    buyer.

    what are the DELISTING requirements, xtime? do you
    have a link that will show me what they are? i think
    it's 30 days with an average trading price below $1.
    i'm not positive, though. imho, ltv looks like
    they've had it. is whx next?

    pittsburgh used to be
    the city of champions. imho, i don't think even super
    mario can save this stock.

  • Reply to

    new rumor floated

    by night_prowler_911 Dec 7, 2000 9:13 PM
    everynameienterfails everynameienterfails Dec 15, 2000 9:10 AM Flag

    i have disputed your hype because it's old hype
    that's been around for years when the stock was $12,
    $10, $8, etc. it didn't move the stock up then and it
    hasn't now. you are entitled to an opinion, however, you
    are not entitled to lie, spread false rumors,
    etc.

    i am only visiting a lot because i have engaged in
    a "discussion" with you and i know every time i
    respond to one of your stupid responses i will get an
    even dumber response from you. i'm amused at the fact
    that you need to defend yourself so vigorously. it
    must be because your nervous you might lose a bundle
    on this one.

    are we at the bottom? you know
    that for sure. you must be the greatest technical
    analyst ever then, because it's pretty difficult to call
    a bottom. maybe you're off a little, maybe the
    bottom is 50 cents. if it is you'll be down about
    50%-60%. that's good
    investing.

    insiders/institutions own this stock, so what. they've owned this stock
    for years and watched the price collapse. labown's an
    insider isn't he? gabelli is an institutional investor
    isn't he? they've been around since the stock was $10+.
    does that make them wise investors?

    i admit i
    was a fool for investing in this POS. but even when i
    owned it or any other stock, i never hyped it hoping it
    would push the stock higher so i could get out. i
    discuss facts and the facts are people have been posting
    about the huge short position and high
    insider/instituional ownership for years when the stock was at much
    higher prices. where has that gotten the
    stock?

    who's Eienstein?

    you're right about one thing -
    nobody is posting to this board. maybe you're an
    insider/instituional investor. ron, mario, is that you? i would hope
    not since you've said some pretty stupid things so
    far.

    i will come back to view your response and i will
    try to resist responding but if you post another
    blatantly stupid message, i'm warning you i may have to
    respond again. if i can walk away i won't be back for a
    few weeks. if at that time i see you haven't
    monopolized the board with your useless weblinks then i will
    not feel the need to respond. otherwise, i will be
    back.

    of course, all of the above is simply my humble
    opinion.

  • Reply to

    new rumor floated

    by night_prowler_911 Dec 7, 2000 9:13 PM
    everynameienterfails everynameienterfails Dec 14, 2000 4:52 PM Flag

    you sure get vulgar when you're losing
    money.

    when did i say you've been here for years? i said i've
    heard the same crap you've been saying for years. i
    assume other hypsters have said it in the past. you're
    just a new hypster repeating the same old
    b.s.

    i must be a moron, because i don't know what you
    mean by "You on the hand have, have been" - huh? and
    "Oh Yea!, they really know how to that" - i don't
    understand.

    i've looked back at my posts. had a few laughs. not
    sure about the "To the MOON" b.s. most of the time i
    was complaining about a declining stock price and
    labown's insistence on buying back shares all the way down
    from $10 to $2, while leaving all that debt on the
    books. no hype there. just the facts, minus your pretty
    little weblinks.

    imho--> you are a phony
    hypester that bombarded this board with your silly little
    links that provide investors with nothing insightful in
    the hopes that the few people actually reading this
    crap would buy based on your stupidity. here you are 2
    months later and in no better shape. good work.


    i've been here since double figures. if i were short,
    don't you think i would have covered by now?? what's
    one more dollar if i shorted at $10+? you really are
    dumb, aren't you? you poor thing. if it makes you feel
    any better, i pity you.

    good luck, hypester.

  • Reply to

    new rumor floated

    by night_prowler_911 Dec 7, 2000 9:13 PM
    everynameienterfails everynameienterfails Dec 14, 2000 10:30 AM Flag

    why am i hanging around, you ask? i guess for a
    number of reasons.

    first and foremost, you. when
    i saw the b.s. you were spinning faster than a
    democrat in florida, i felt it was my obligation to let
    the other reader(s) of this board know that i've
    heard the crap you were spewing forth for years. just
    wanted to warn the general public that what you were
    saying may in fact be false.

    second, i'm curious
    to see how everything unfolds. what the end result
    will be for whx shareholders. i clearly made a big
    mistake investing in this POS, and i like to learn from
    my mistakes.

    finally, i wouldn't really call
    it hanging around. i periodically check the news and
    the board to see what's up. i feel bad that this
    stock only has 800 messages so i add my 2 cents every
    once in a while. i am looking forward to the
    prestigious 1000th message and can only hope that i am the
    one that posts it. hopefully for shareholders of this
    company will still be around for the 1000th
    message.

    see you next time.

  • Reply to

    new rumor floated

    by night_prowler_911 Dec 7, 2000 9:13 PM
    everynameienterfails everynameienterfails Dec 13, 2000 4:47 PM Flag

    i don't know, was that the sec snooping around?
    was that you that posted 2-3 years ago that the
    shorts will have to cover soon and when they do this
    stock is going to pop from $10 up to $15-$20? did you
    misplace a decimal? did you really mean $1.00 to $1.50 -
    $2.00?

    i don't have to cover. i sold a few months ago
    because i was tired of waiting for labownhead to do
    something productive for the shareholders.

  • Reply to

    new rumor floated

    by night_prowler_911 Dec 7, 2000 9:13 PM
    everynameienterfails everynameienterfails Dec 13, 2000 9:14 AM Flag

    how's your profit in whx? you were so proud of
    yourself a couple weeks ago when you had almost doubled
    your $$ at $2. well, it looks like your back to where
    you started. don't worry, i'm sure the "short
    squeeze" will be happening any day now. i mean, people
    have been waiting for it for years, so it has to
    happen soon, right?

  • Reply to

    wheeling-pitts corporate bonds question

    by ans_here_flks Nov 13, 2000 9:13 AM
    everynameienterfails everynameienterfails Nov 15, 2000 9:37 AM Flag

    yes, i have followed this stock for a long time.
    in an effort to diversify my holdings beyond growth,
    tech, etc. i wanted something with a value flavor. an
    industry that was underowned, out of favor. with that in
    mind i bought this POS and suffered miserably.


    i've heard all about the BS you're spewing for years,
    and it's just not true. the fact that you would go to
    such great lengths to support your cries just shows
    what a fraud you are, imho. the shorting occurred
    years ago. do your records show you that? do you really
    need to cover if the stock goes to zero, smartguy? is
    one of the "smart" institutional investors mario
    gabelli? i remember when he was wisely acquiring this
    stock in the $8-$10 area years ago. pretty smart, eh?


    fortunately, i am no longer a shareholder. i got out during
    its most recent nosedive. wish i would have done it
    back around post #149. i was right though with my old
    posts. they should have liquidated years ago. it would
    have been better for the shareholders.

    now tell
    me, if you buy the preferred for the dividend and
    short the common, do you really need to cover??

  • Reply to

    wheeling-pitts corporate bonds question

    by ans_here_flks Nov 13, 2000 9:13 AM
    everynameienterfails everynameienterfails Nov 13, 2000 2:04 PM Flag

    i assume that the six people that actually read
    these messages are already aware of the fact that xTime
    is a fraud, but i just wanted to reiterate it just
    in case some poor innocent fool stumbled upon this
    stock that didn't know what to make of it. most
    everyone knows why the short position is so large and most
    everyone knows by now why the stock is under $2. if you're
    truly considering buying this stock to make $$ i
    suggest you go to vegas (or wheeling downs) instead. your
    odds are better. imho, of course.

  • Reply to

    Why I am buying WHX on Monday

    by grk99 Sep 23, 2000 3:09 PM
    everynameienterfails everynameienterfails Sep 25, 2000 10:02 AM Flag

    $27/share BV sure is impressive except when you
    consider they have about $81 per share in debt. debt is
    real and there's no chance it is overstated on the
    balance sheet. assets on the other hand can be
    overstated, especially if you change your valuation method
    from a going concern method to a liquidation
    method.

    will they really get book value if they had to sell
    off their fixed assets? will they get to utilize the
    deferred tax assets? will they get any value for their
    intangibles?

    someone asked how could labone let this co. go to ch11?
    well, how could he let it go from $10 to $2.50? how
    could he use the co.'s cash flow to buyback stock when
    the price just keeps dropping, rather then pay down
    some of that enormous debt?

  • Reply to

    WHX's Questionable Trading Patterns....

    by Psychophysical Sep 20, 2000 12:21 AM
    everynameienterfails everynameienterfails Sep 20, 2000 12:00 PM Flag

    what probably happened is that whx bought back
    900,000 shares of their stock. this has happened many
    times before. i don't know if they bought back the
    stock from institutions or from labone himself. all i
    know is that they've been doing this for awhile and
    everytime they do it the stock goes lower. we're talking
    millions of shares have been repurchased for an average
    price of maybe $7 or $8. and the stock's at $3!!!!!!
    apparently, they just can't think of a better use for their
    money than to buy back this miserable stock.

  • Reply to

    Deleted Message

    by yahoo May 13, 2005 8:49 AM
    everynameienterfails everynameienterfails Jul 26, 2000 9:14 AM Flag

    all pzza did was change their capital structure
    by exchanging some of their high cost equity for
    lower cost debt. what's wrong with that? 119M debt with
    40M operating cash flow for 6 months isn't too
    dangerous. they realize their growth will be lower so why
    not get rid of some of the equity? they still
    generated 16+% return on invested capital for the first six
    months of 2000. their poor SSS in the last six months
    has really hurt their momentum. if they can improve
    on that (4-6% going fwd) this stock could easily be
    in the mid-30's this year.

  • Reply to

    liquidity

    by efhuttonspeak Feb 9, 2000 9:50 PM
    everynameienterfails everynameienterfails Feb 11, 2000 8:48 AM Flag

    for 1999, laboner bought back 3.6 million shares
    at an average price of $8.50. at yesterday's closing
    price, that's a 17.6% loss. you keep shrinking that
    balance sheet. with only 14 million shares outstanding
    the loss for the year was over $2 per share. keep
    buying back shares and pretty soon the banks will own
    the entire company. i wouldn't be suprised the shares
    the company are buying back are your own!!!!!!

  • Reply to

    under the banner of

    by allsgone Nov 2, 1999 11:50 AM
    everynameienterfails everynameienterfails Nov 7, 1999 11:52 PM Flag

    Just wanted to let everyone know I'm still here.
    Actually, I just wanted to post the prestigious 300th
    message on this board. I am considering dumping some of
    my shares before yearend to offset gains I had on
    other stocks this year. I realize that's not a good
    reason to sell but I hate to pay tax when I'm sitting on
    such a nice loss here.

  • Reply to

    Deleted Message

    by yahoo May 13, 2005 8:48 AM
    everynameienterfails everynameienterfails Aug 24, 1999 1:59 PM Flag

    Could you please explain to me why PZZA would
    want to acquire franchised units, such as today's
    announcement for the Cleveland stores? Do they typically pay
    with cash or stock or both? If the units are very
    profitable, is PZZA paying a big premium, and why would the
    franchisees want to sell? If they are not very profitable,
    why would PZZA want them?

  • Reply to

    jill & friends

    by everynameienterfails Aug 18, 1999 9:20 AM
    everynameienterfails everynameienterfails Aug 23, 1999 11:39 AM Flag

    It looks like they may have bought back another
    chunk of stock this morning. What's scary is most of
    the time they've done this, the stock has not moved
    much. Are there really that many sellers willing to get
    out at these prices? Every day the stock trades on
    low volume, and then WHX buys back 100k shares at one
    time and suddenly there's 100k of sellers ready to
    sell to WHX.
    Are they taking shares off the hands
    of institutional investors? Do they have some kind
    of agreement with these groups? Does LaBown say
    "please don't dump our stock on the open market, we'll
    buy it from you."?

  • Reply to

    jill & friends

    by everynameienterfails Aug 18, 1999 9:20 AM
    everynameienterfails everynameienterfails Aug 18, 1999 1:23 PM Flag

    Yes Richj13, 8 does feel a lot better up from 6
    1/2 rather than down from 14. I still don't
    understand the strategy of spending so much company $ on
    buying back stock, when they could have been paying down
    their debt. Their debt to equity is about 5 to 1. We
    can only hope that they are seriously considering
    selling the steel co. sometime this year. It seems like
    that's the only way they can get us out of this mess.

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