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glaze222420 15 posts  |  Last Activity: Jun 13, 2014 11:59 AM Member since: Oct 12, 2011
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  • Reply to

    Chief Content Officer....

    by truth225261 Jun 11, 2014 8:48 AM
    glaze222420 glaze222420 Jun 13, 2014 11:59 AM Flag

    Totally disagree with your point. This is a significant insider. Head of content you boobs. He dumped half his shares. It's not about a nagging wife. He's obviously not committed, nor excited about the company. That's it and it's not a positive. Wake up!

  • Reply to

    OT: Speaking of Lawyers

    by wooglin_kai May 12, 2014 10:14 AM
    glaze222420 glaze222420 May 12, 2014 4:56 PM Flag

    All it tells you is that these lawyers are nothing more than pond sc_m. They files lawsuits with no merit and most start without even any client and are simply being ho's looking for money.

    The FWM is a meritless, frivolous lawsuit which will dismissed. Great opportunity to pick up greeat company at serious discount. As Ben Grahm said, "this too shall pass"............and FWM will be a $15 stock a few years out. Mark it.

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    by muckahoy88 May 8, 2014 10:49 AM
    glaze222420 glaze222420 May 9, 2014 9:45 AM Flag

    Again, you have zero, nothing, nada. Just an open pie hole in the wind.

    All you have is a stock price that has tanked. That's it. Nothing else. And that's all that's there.

    All your comments are what one would describe as "bloviating." Basically irrelevant blabber that is ultimately nonsensical and utterly meaningless. Again, you haven't stated one fact. Court outcomes are determined on facts..............and you have none. You can't even create one out of thin air as you lack the intelligence to do so as you are clearly a moron.

    So again, shut your pie hole and keep your moronic opinions to yourself, Buttwax!

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    by muckahoy88 May 8, 2014 10:49 AM
    glaze222420 glaze222420 May 8, 2014 3:27 PM Flag

    Buttwax (muckahoy88),
    Are you too stupid to even understand what was asked? I don't want proof of litigation outcome. I want proof of fraud.......the clear intent to mislead. Do you have any or will you continue to flap you pie hole in the wind?

    You are too stupid and lack any facts to discuss to warrant any further commentary.

    As I said, put your dress on and take a hike! Buttwax!

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    by muckahoy88 May 7, 2014 1:53 PM
    glaze222420 glaze222420 May 8, 2014 9:32 AM Flag

    All kidding aside, there really is nothing here other than imperfect execution on the growth side. Building a central distribution center and several new stores along with going public and trying to execute lots of house brands is a huge undertaking. They didn't execute's not a crime. It's simply a business risk and it was fully disclosed.

    If the stock was now $50 instead of $5 do you think there would be lawyers and everyone screaming. Would fraud still be their if it actually occurred regardless of the stock price. What we have here is a bunch of foolish investors who overpaid and now are crying because their stock didn't go straight up. Really a bunch of cry babies........nothing more.

    And for the patient investor, we have opportunity. A great stable business with 75 years of experience. I am actually thrilled from a business perspective that they have dialed back the rate of store openings. Take your time and get it right and within budget. Rome wasn't built in a day and neither should Fairway be. The most important thing in retail development is to get the right locations. It takes time and you have to be patient to get the best site and at the right price. If they only build one store next year I wouldn't be disappointed. It would give them time to get their current operations fixed, focus on customers and organization.

    At $5 and a $250mm market cap, this is a good solid play. Slower growth will also allow them to scale back debt levels as well. This is the kind of business that should be developed over time to avoid the very type of accelerated expansion issues they've just run into.

    That all said, this seems like a reasonable investment opportunity at these levels. I am thus accumulating shares here. Time tells all.

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    by muckahoy88 May 7, 2014 1:53 PM
    glaze222420 glaze222420 May 7, 2014 5:16 PM Flag

    Buttwax (muckahoy88) and #$%$ (wooglin_kai),
    Could there be bigger fools than you two? Perhaps but highly unlikely.

    What lawyer wouldn't put outrageous charges in a lawsuit? You idiots, what matters is whether any of the charges can be substantiated by facts and thus proven to be true. On that front, you've produced nothing. Complete silence.

    Come back to me with facts proving a fraud. If you can't produce anything other than some ambulance chasers "charges" then I suggest you shut your big pie holes. Fools.

    I've stepped to the plate and put my money where my mouth is. Show me the receipts for your puts or short position. Got any balls under your dresses and panties?

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    by muckahoy88 May 7, 2014 1:53 PM
    glaze222420 glaze222420 May 7, 2014 2:23 PM Flag

    I suggest even a "DMF" like yourself should be able to read the Risk section of the S-1 filing......and DMF is an acronym for yourself: Dumb Mother F_cker!

    You can see that the Risk section of the S-1 lays out in black and white every possible risk. Competition, the fact they haven't been profitable, the risk on getting new locations, the risk that their market is primarily NY, etc., etc., etc. Even an idiot like yourself should understand.

    The lawyers you reference are nothing more than ambulance chasers. Most people would equate them to hoes.

    I am a buyer at $5.70. What is a loser like yourself doing other than spreading garbage. The stock market is for big boys.........go play in your sandbox with your dolls.

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    by muckahoy88 May 7, 2014 11:51 AM
    glaze222420 glaze222420 May 7, 2014 1:21 PM Flag

    State a fact................or seal your pie hole.

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    by muckahoy88 May 7, 2014 11:51 AM
    glaze222420 glaze222420 May 7, 2014 12:46 PM Flag


    You speak with such authority but with no knowledge, You are obviously just letting your pie hole flap in the wind...........better seal it tight.

    Obviously you have zero facts to say there was the "intent to deceive" on the part of the sellers at the IPO. Do you have one fact supporting that shut your pie hole.

    The fact that the market is competitive is not new news. In fact investors should anticipate.

    When JP Morgan was asked by a reporter what he thought the stock market would do on a given day he replied: "it will fluctuate." Do you really think anyone is going to be upset that FWM went from $20 to $5 or that WFM went from $75 to $38? You are a dope.............stock fluctuate!

    Fool on!

  • glaze222420 glaze222420 May 7, 2014 9:27 AM Flag

    You guys are just too stupid to admit you were fools. Basically idiots. You paid way too much for a good solid company that in time will do fine. It's no crime....stop your foolishness. Sterling isn't responsible for people and the market as a whole being stupid. That is entirely your fault.

    The horrible Whole Foods earnings are about the best thing that could happen to FWM right now with respect to the lawsuits. It's a competitive market..............duh! Look at the idiots think they can file suit because they were stupid enough to pay $20 for FWM stock.

    What you morons ought to do is shut your pie holes and use your noodles. At $6, or maybe even cheaper today with the WFM news, this stock is now a reasonably good priced investment in a concept which is stable and has good long term prospects in the NY market. It would surprise me to see this as a $10 to $12 stock in 3 to 5 years. It's called thinking and investing versus your jibber jab. So put on your dresses girls and step up and buy some FWM at $6 or less and make some money!

  • Reply to

    whole foods got crushed on poor earnings

    by netprophecy2 May 6, 2014 5:15 PM
    glaze222420 glaze222420 May 6, 2014 6:01 PM Flag


    "You pay an awful high price for a cherry consensus." Buy now when the valuation is very attractive.....$250mm equity and $250mm debt = $500mm Enterprise Value on business with $50mm EBITDA.

    This is no brainer at this level. Sure price could go to $5 or even $4 short term but just buy even more if it does.

    This is a chip shot hear. This is a good, stable concept. Sure could have another quarter of negative comps, maybe even an issue getting a lease or someone quits, etc. Such is life. Overall, this is a good business with recurring revenue model. It should be here in 5 years and worth considerably more than today. Debt needs to be watched in terms of expanding further but is not crazy today given the cash flow.

    New stores take money to start up and build traffic over time. Glitches are expected and present buying opportunity. At $6 back up the pick up truck and fill up. If it hits $4 or $5, bring the dump truck.

  • Grab you tube of butt cream! It's going to smart!

  • Extreme valuation with little sales and no profits = DoDo

    This type of stock leave stink under your nose and holes in your pocket! Get your baby wipes out!

  • glaze222420 glaze222420 May 2, 2014 8:51 AM Flag

    It's not hope, fool. It's called investing.

    However, there would be no productive investing without fools in the world like yourself. For you stupidity I thank you..........and your shares in the low $5s.

  • glaze222420 glaze222420 Apr 30, 2014 2:43 PM Flag

    You are too stupid Buttwax to justify response but I can't resist. Stock will be north of $6 tomorrow..........mark it down!

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