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  • President Obama, John McCain and Al Sharpton were flying over Boston and Al Sharpton said i will throw 100 fifty dollar bills out and make 100 people happy, then John McCain said i will throw 1000 five dollar bills out and make a 1000 people happy, then President Obama said i will throw out 5000 one dollar bills and make 5000 people happy, and the pilot over heard them and told the co-pilot i can throw these 3 off the plane and make 250 million people happy.

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    i am buying with both feet!

    by cocobacklava May 31, 2015 7:40 PM
    fp718591 fp718591 May 31, 2015 8:31 PM Flag

    Hello jospeh, i dont know the guy and his ID`s i was just joking around with him, but NBG can hit 6 dollars a share after a 1 for 10 reverse split like its done two times LOL

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    i am buying with both feet!

    by cocobacklava May 31, 2015 7:40 PM
    fp718591 fp718591 May 31, 2015 8:05 PM Flag

    You must have the tiniest feet in the world to buy stocks using a computer, i never tried buying stocks with one foot let alone two, do you take off your socks to type in your order? just curious

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    i am buying with both feet!

    by cocobacklava May 31, 2015 7:40 PM
    fp718591 fp718591 May 31, 2015 8:01 PM Flag

    Buy DRL of Greece its a great bank hehe

  • fp718591 fp718591 May 31, 2015 7:09 PM Flag

    oops i meant 1998 is when Buffett became a billionaire

  • fp718591 fp718591 May 31, 2015 7:07 PM Flag

    Buffett wasn't a billionaire in the early 80`s, Buffett became a billionaire in 1989, in 82 he would have had to gamble every penny on that company, with maximum lawsuits against LL if it happens Buffet could easily buy this company and pay the lawsuit and get it all for under 1.5 billion ,and that buying out stockholders at todays price,,,,, In 1979, a share of Berkshire Hathaway stock soared from $775 to $1310. At $620 million, this put him on the Forbes 400 list; not yet a billionaire, but close.

    A $3.5 billion purchase in 1985 gave Capital Cities control of ABC. It was partially financed by the near-billionaire’s company, Berkshire Hathaway, in exchange for 25% of the newly combined enterprise.

    In 1988, Warren Buffett had Berkshire Hathaway start buying Coca Cola stock, eventually acquiring about 7% of the company. This remains one of Berkshire Hathaway’s best investments. Berkshire Hathaway started selling Class A shares in 1990. By 1998, Berkshire Hathaway stock had risen enough to finally make Warren Buffett a billionaire.

  • fp718591 fp718591 May 31, 2015 6:33 PM Flag

    Sister would be incest so thats out of the question, niece would be from Adam or Eve brother or sister and we know Adam and Eve could not have a brother or sister, Cain received a mark on his forehead, go from there.

  • fp718591 fp718591 May 31, 2015 5:34 PM Flag

    John Chapter 1 Verse 14

  • fp718591 fp718591 May 31, 2015 5:12 PM Flag

    Abel is dead, killed by Cain, now lets see if you can answer this question. Their was Adam and Eve who had Cain and Abel and Cain killed Abel and God sent Cain away. Cain went to the land of Nod where he found if wife, so who did he marry, a sister, cousin or was there more creation then Adam and Eve?

  • fp718591 fp718591 May 31, 2015 2:52 PM Flag

    Biff, just put coldgoofy on ignore, i said it before he doesnt invest in stocks, he claims not to be long or short on LL but he puts up more posts then an investor in LL wheter long or short, he is just a wanna be trader. Once you put him on ignore the board looks a lot better with him gone.

  • fp718591 fp718591 May 31, 2015 1:55 PM Flag

    Hard for me to be short when i am only down less then 50 cents a share, i noticed you only come on the board when the stock drops, then when it goes up you disappear. I dont spam, that now means you go on ignore and we will never have another discussion. Maybe when you can behave like an adult you might have others to talk to, good bye

  • The Composite Wood Products Regulation establishes emission standards at levels intended to
    protect public health. We believe most laminate flooring and engineered wood flooring labeled
    as complying with California’s formaldehyde emission standards (i.e., CARB Phase 2) meets those
    standards. However some flooring products may have been falsely labeled.
    Various studies have shown that laminated and engineered flooring and sealed surfaces and edges
    reduce the emissions from the platform materials and that the emissions generally decrease as
    the product ages. As a general rule, we do not recommend removing a flooring product unless
    there are noticeable health effects (i.e. nose and throat irritation, a burning sensation of the eyes,
    wheezing, and difficulty in breathing), and other measures (see below) taken to alleviate them
    have failed and there is good reason to believe the flooring is the source of the problem.
    If I don’t trust the label, or I am from another state and there is no label, what can I do to minimize
    potential exposures to formaldehyde?
    There are several steps that can be taken to alleviate emissions from indoor air pollutants such
    as formaldehyde. Proper ventilation, such as opening up windows, bringing fresh air through a
    central ventilation system, and running exhaust fans will expedite formaldehyde off-gassing from
    finished goods in your home as well as the odors from any finishes such as varnish or lacquer.
    Extended ventilation may be needed. Keeping indoor temperatures and humidity low, such as by
    using an air conditioner and/or dehumidifier to draw the moisture out of the air when humid, may
    help decrease the amount of formaldehyde that off-gasses into the indoor air. You may also leave
    your new product(s) in the garage or under a covered carport for a while to let it off-gas before
    bringing it inside the house. Panel products, flooring products and other finished goods that are
    covered with impermeable facing such as syntheti

  • fp718591 fp718591 May 31, 2015 12:40 PM Flag

    I disagree that 95% of the shares are shortable, Institutional holders don't lend out their shares to be shorted, the broker has to get permission from a share holder to borrow his shares to lend out. Only shares a broker can lend out are shares bought on a margin account which the shares are paid for in margin, cash paid shares cannot be loaned out without permission. I put that up last week in a reply to someone else then he deleted his reply cancelling out mine. Now their is a way to short shares without borrowing them, its called naked short selling, that can be extremely dangerous if a pump comes in.

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    Thoughts On The Lumber Liquidators 'Cover Up'

    by pick_2day May 31, 2015 11:16 AM
    fp718591 fp718591 May 31, 2015 12:27 PM Flag

    The writer is trying to make it look worse then it is, his intent is a scare tactic to get more people to sell. He knows the company is worth buying but he wants the stock at a real cheap price, if that happens he will reverse the story and help pump the stock, Here is evidence in his story,,,,,, For us it's still not cheap enough to consider. That is not to say that a larger investor, looking to lend his/her credibility to the company in hopes of a turnaround isn't going to step in. As anyone can see he clearly stated its NOT CHEAP ENOUGH TO CONSIDER, its bash a stock to get it cheap.

  • fp718591 fp718591 May 31, 2015 11:27 AM Flag

    The writer forgot about E- Cigarettes, E-cigarettes contain 10 times amount of carcinogens - if anyone is invested in E-cigarettes and they start writing stories about the Formaldehyde levels in them, investors will get crushed, all this is over blown.

  • fp718591 fp718591 May 31, 2015 11:12 AM Flag

    Xuhua Zhou wrote the story, heres a little history for you. Xuhua wrote the first article about LL back in 2013 on S.A, which i and many consider an attack against one company only. Formaldehyde is in all Laminate flooring. When he wrote this article Lowes pulled there Laminate flooring off the shelves in there stores. Lowes never denied that there flooring contain Formaldehyde above CARB levels. It doesnt matter matter where you buy laminate flooring, LL, Lowe`s , Home Depot, Menards they all have a smell. If he would have asked a flooring installer he would have known that they all smell. This article was on the NASDAQ site and he is making an attempt to clear things up, now Xuhua will get bashed by Lowe`s investors. This whole Formaldehyde issue is being blown up out of proportion. California clean air quality didnt take action because they know Formaldehyde dissipates in time. Its a gas that will leave, just open the windows. Also not one story has been written about the glue, and some laminate floorings are glue down which makes the Formaldehyde levels in a home even higher, as another installer stated its the glue in the flooring.

  • Xuhua Zhou :

    This article will be brief. So much has been written about the Lumber Liquidators (
    LL
    ) situation in these past two months that one more article seems unnecessary. However, since my original article played a small part in lighting the fuse, I felt the need to correct one critical piece of the story that, upon further research, may have been inconclusive. New evidence has come to my attention that Lumber Liquidators may not have been the lone violator when it comes to laminate floor sourcing. Lowe's (
    LOW
    ), a behemoth in home improvement, has been selling similar questionable products as recently as late March.

    The "60 Minutes" feature, which aired on March 1, told a good story, but based on my follow-up research, not the whole story. "60 Minutes" made one critical error by only testing products from Lumber Liquidators. Anderson Cooper may have taken Global Community Monitor's testing of Home Depot and Lowe's products at face value and did not do independent testing. Additionally, "60 Minutes" did not go to the effort to test any other large retailers' products, for example, Floor & Decor or Menards. Was it only Lumber Liquidators that was sourcing formaldehyde non-compliant HDF cores for its laminates?

    After the publicity surrounding formaldehyde issues regarding Lumber Liquidators, a number of industry sources who are familiar with the actual business practice of product sourcing reached out to me. One of them, (whom I will refer to as Larry), is intimately familiar with the process. He shared with me his suspicion that Lowe's may be selling similarly problematic products as Lumber Liquidators.

  • June 19th, 2013
    The Honorable Mary D. Nichols
    Chairman
    California Air Resources Board
    1001 I Street
    Sacramento, CA 95814
    Dear Chairman Nichols:
    I am
    writing
    this letter
    to express concerns about the potentially significant and egregious violation of
    Airborne Toxic Control Measures (ATCM) to reduce formaldehyde emissions from composite wood
    products by a major U.S. hardwood flooring company, Lumber Liquidators Holdings Inc
    . Lumber
    Liquidators is one of the nation’s largest flooring companies specializing in hardwood, engineered
    hardwood, bamboo and laminated flooring products. The Company operates a total of 279 retail stores in
    the United States and sold over $800 millio
    n worth of hardwood flooring products in fiscal year 2012. By
    the very nature of its operation, its products are subject to CARB regulations regarding formaldehyde
    emission compliance in composite wood products.
    There are
    reasons to believe the Company has
    been
    knowingly selling noncompliant products to consumers and the stated compliance on some of its products
    is inaccurate. 1. Issue an immediate injunction
    to Lumber Liquidators to prevent the Company from selling additional
    noncompliant products in the state of California.
    2. Request a comprehensive review to understand the Company’s quality control process and its sourcing
    initiatives.
    3. Launch an investi
    gation to understand why Lumber Liquidators labeled products that are in clear
    violation as compliant.
    4. Investigate whether willful violation exists given the presence of widespread negative consumer
    reviews on this topic.
    5. Take appropriate enforcement
    action should the Board identifies any willful violations.
    Thank you for your prompt attention to this matter and your continued efforts in safeguarding the well
    -
    being of consumers in the state of California.
    Sincerely,
    Xuhua Zhou after he sented this letter he then wrote the article on S.A on June 20th 2013 using part of the letter he wrote in his S.A article

  • fp718591 fp718591 May 30, 2015 8:18 PM Flag

    June 2013 California Air Quality Control received a letter from a Chinese who exposed LL, that Chinese then wrote the story on S.A

  • fp718591 fp718591 May 30, 2015 7:44 PM Flag

    I am not a member of S.A or many sites, they are to easy to crack into and get info, i see the man you must be talking about who wrote that story was Max Vision a hedge fund trader, Max Vision isnt his name, best way to expose these types of writers are to ask who they really are, if they wont then they have intentions to destroy the company for profit.

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