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hedghog25 18 posts  |  Last Activity: Aug 24, 2012 11:58 AM Member since: Jul 19, 2008
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  • Reply to

    Sideways Action Occurring>

    by rebaccajohn446 May 17, 2012 4:21 PM
    hedghog25 hedghog25 Aug 24, 2012 11:58 AM Flag

    There.....now you feel better, dickless clown?

  • ratings you gave your posts last nite because we know you didn't mean to do it.

    It's understandable how were simply mad at the world for again laughing at your expense, and decided that 5-starring your posts was the sweetest revenge..

    Keep 5-starring your posts if you must....it's the world's wish that you always be happy, even if stocks are not your forte.

  • Reply to

    SSH @ 234

    by nje457 Aug 15, 2012 9:31 AM
    hedghog25 hedghog25 Aug 22, 2012 12:38 PM Flag

    "skiidady" the dickless clown is ALWAYS correct. He is magnificent....

  • There will always be endless frontiers for dickless clowns.

  • Reply to

    My Short is in....Viva Las Vegas

    by alexskoz Oct 24, 2011 1:51 PM
    hedghog25 hedghog25 Nov 17, 2011 3:13 PM Flag

    "The rally failed today but there's always tomorrow."

    Skiidady, November 14 on this board

    And now, he's a "strong sell."

    Dickless clown, indeed

  • Reply to

    Dividend Increase

    by bassmex Jul 25, 2011 9:42 AM
    hedghog25 hedghog25 Sep 24, 2011 7:55 AM Flag

    Are you an a z z hole, wh?

  • Reply to

    TODAY IS MY LAST POST. BYE TO EVERYONE

    by vrtgfd Jul 3, 2010 11:03 PM
    hedghog25 hedghog25 Jul 4, 2010 7:20 AM Flag

    For all lonely, delusional, demented, narcissistic beings out there.......

    ++++++++++++

    George Harrison -- The Wondeul Man You Know as Remo
    14-Nov-07 10:59 am

    I'm very sad to inform you that my beloved husband of 27 years, George, passed away very unexpected about 10 pm last night of a massive heart attack.

    The good news within the bad is that Georgie was sharp of mind as ever to the bitter end as well as physically active and apparently healthy till hours before the end. Indeed, we were taking one of our freqent after dinner bik e rides when the initial much minor heart attack took p lace.

    You may wonder why I write of this here at all and particularly so soon after his passing. I've long known t hat George spent many enjoyable hours a week on the KKD web site and that of another stock making both amusing and serious posts. His activities particularies his comic ones and observation of other were often the subject of conversation.

    When I was with George at the hospital last evening a nd hopes were bright for a full recovery, George ever t he warm person who cared so much about other people and was to his last days involved in philantropy told me t hat if anything happened to him to (among other things) let the friendly acquaitinces and others on this Krispy Kreme board know why he was missing and wish them all best wishes and good fortune.

    George was a brilliant and truly wonderful man. I, hi s children, and countess dear friends will miss him en normously.

    Any who might think to respond with words of condolence, Please do not. I am not a stock person. I expect in time I will close out the position in our joint account as well as any others I may find in his personal accounts as well as any other positions in other stocks not the blue chip stocks he always favored. I will not rea d nor write to this board again.

    Warmly,

    Mr. Yvette Dumond Harrison

  • I still have feelings for you though....to wit:

    Subject: I am truly saddened to hear of Remo's death
    19-Nov-07 09:21 am

    I see that since it was announced on this board that the kind, intelligent, wise man we knew as "Remo" (a.k.a ryder4truth, rebecca_de_hererra, grannysixfibber, truth_justice_and, coinryder, etc., etc., ad nauseum) has died, there have been lot of posts here making tactless jokes about him, insulting the one poster who has had anything sympathetic to say, and generally making light of the whole matter.

    SHAME ON YOU!! How heartless and insensitive can you be??! Is the report of Remo's death just a big joke to you?!? I, for one, am truly saddened. Am I really the only one who has previously sparred with poor old Remoadog who was saddened to read about his death? At one point, after reading one of the derisive posts in response to the announcement of Remo's death, I literally had tears rolling down my cheeks - and that's the *honest truth*!

    I find it very, very sad that after all his genuine efforts to make friends on these chat boards by being rude to people were met with nothing but sneers and contempt, this obviously lonely, distrubed old man resorted to faking his own death and writing tear-jerking eulogies heaping glowing praise upon himself, in the names of the imaginary wife and imaginary close friend that he wishes that he, like normal people, could have - all in a very transparent attempt to win the love and affection he had always so desperately but fruitlessly sought, by convincing everyone that he died suddenly, so he could see those who had berated him mournfully confess that despite all the teasing, they truly liked the old chap and appreciated his wit, and that now that he's gone they will sorely miss him, and wish they had had the opportunity to let him know how they truly felt about him while he was still alive.

    I see that now that even this last-ditch reach for unearned affection has only been met with more jeers and ridicule, he has completely gone off the deep end with his delusions of persecution by this phantom "pet troll" who has been stalking him, adding several more obviously unconnected posters to his growing list of suspected troll ID's, and imagining that his long-awaited day of triumph and vindication has finally arrived, based largely on the fact that most other people don't obsessively post on Yahoo Finance boards all weekend long. And yet, even now, the jeers and derision continue.

    I ask you all again, how heartless and insensitive can you be?

    If you people had any sense of decency, you'd realize that you shouldn't be cruelly taunting this poor, suffering old man, you should be helping to return him to whatever mental institution he escaped from, so that he can be properly cared for by experienced professionals in a controlled environment (by which I mean, of course, a padded room). I, for one, have already started searching databases and making phone calls to see if I can find records of an escaped mental patient on or shortly before October 9, 2005 who had a documented phobia of doughnuts from Krispy Kreme.

    hedgehog
    Sentiment: Strong Pity

  • hedghog25 by hedghog25 Mar 6, 2009 8:51 AM Flag

    Requiem for lightweight...11/07:

    I see that since it was announced on the KKD board that the kind, intelligent, wise man we knew as "Remo" (a.k.a ryder4truth, rebecca_de_hererra, grannysixfibber, truth_justice_and, coinryder, etc., etc., ad nauseum) has died, there have been lot of posts here making tactless jokes about him, insulting the one poster who has had anything sympathetic to say, and generally making light of the whole matter.

    SHAME ON YOU!! How heartless and insensitive can you be??! Is the report of Remo's death just a big joke to you?!? I, for one, am truly saddened. Am I really the only one who has previously sparred with poor old Remoadog who was saddened to read about his death? At one point, after reading one of the derisive posts in response to the announcement of Remo's death, I literally had tears rolling down my cheeks - and that's the *honest truth*!

    I find it very, very sad that after all his genuine efforts to make friends on these chat boards by being rude to people were met with nothing but sneers and contempt, this obviously lonely, distrubed old man resorted to faking his own death and writing tear-jerking eulogies heaping glowing praise upon himself, in the names of the imaginary wife and imaginary close friend that he wishes that he, like normal people, could have - all in a very transparent attempt to win the love and affection he had always so desperately but fruitlessly sought, by convincing everyone that he died suddenly, so he could see those who had berated him mournfully confess that despite all the teasing, they truly liked the old chap and appreciated his wit, and that now that he's gone they will sorely miss him, and wish they had had the opportunity to let him know how they truly felt about him while he was still alive.

    I see that now that even this last-ditch reach for unearned affection has only been met with more jeers and ridicule, he has completely gone off the deep end with his delusions of persecution by this phantom "pet troll" who has been stalking him, adding several more obviously unconnected posters to his growing list of suspected troll ID's, and imagining that his long-awaited day of triumph and vindication has finally arrived, based largely on the fact that most other people don't obsessively post on Yahoo Finance boards all weekend long. And yet, even now, the jeers and derision continue.

    I ask you all again, how heartless and insensitive can you be?

    If you people had any sense of decency, you'd realize that you shouldn't be cruelly taunting this poor, suffering old man, you should be helping to return him to whatever mental institution he escaped from, so that he can be properly cared for by experienced professionals in a controlled environment (by which I mean, of course, a padded room). I, for one, have already started searching databases and making phone calls to see if I can find records of an escaped mental patient on or shortly before October 9, 2005 who had a documented phobia of doughnuts from Krispy Kreme.

    hedgehog
    Sentiment: Strong Pity

  • Reply to

    Look Remo, I'm Exercizing The Briar

    by daveyw43 Feb 11, 2009 11:00 PM
    hedghog25 hedghog25 Mar 3, 2009 7:46 PM Flag

    Subject: I am truly saddened to hear of Remo's death
    19-Nov-07 09:21 am

    I see that since it was announced on this board that the kind, intelligent, wise man we knew as "Remo" (a.k.a ryder4truth, rebecca_de_hererra, grannysixfibber, truth_justice_and, coinryder, etc., etc., ad nauseum) has died, there have been lot of posts here making tactless jokes about him, insulting the one poster who has had anything sympathetic to say, and generally making light of the whole matter.

    SHAME ON YOU!! How heartless and insensitive can you be??! Is the report of Remo's death just a big joke to you?!? I, for one, am truly saddened. Am I really the only one who has previously sparred with poor old Remoadog who was saddened to read about his death? At one point, after reading one of the derisive posts in response to the announcement of Remo's death, I literally had tears rolling down my cheeks - and that's the *honest truth*!

    I find it very, very sad that after all his genuine efforts to make friends on these chat boards by being rude to people were met with nothing but sneers and contempt, this obviously lonely, distrubed old man resorted to faking his own death and writing tear-jerking eulogies heaping glowing praise upon himself, in the names of the imaginary wife and imaginary close friend that he wishes that he, like normal people, could have - all in a very transparent attempt to win the love and affection he had always so desperately but fruitlessly sought, by convincing everyone that he died suddenly, so he could see those who had berated him mournfully confess that despite all the teasing, they truly liked the old chap and appreciated his wit, and that now that he's gone they will sorely miss him, and wish they had had the opportunity to let him know how they truly felt about him while he was still alive.

    I see that now that even this last-ditch reach for unearned affection has only been met with more jeers and ridicule, he has completely gone off the deep end with his delusions of persecution by this phantom "pet troll" who has been stalking him, adding several more obviously unconnected posters to his growing list of suspected troll ID's, and imagining that his long-awaited day of triumph and vindication has finally arrived, based largely on the fact that most other people don't obsessively post on Yahoo Finance boards all weekend long. And yet, even now, the jeers and derision continue.

    I ask you all again, how heartless and insensitive can you be?

    If you people had any sense of decency, you'd realize that you shouldn't be cruelly taunting this poor, suffering old man, you should be helping to return him to whatever mental institution he escaped from, so that he can be properly cared for by experienced professionals in a controlled environment (by which I mean, of course, a padded room). I, for one, have already started searching databases and making phone calls to see if I can find records of an escaped mental patient on or shortly before October 9, 2005 who had a documented phobia of doughnuts from Krispy Kreme.

    hedgehog25
    Sentiment: Strong Pity

  • your legacy:

    =====

    Re: Don't be silly, Bluehorse
    16-Mar-08 07:09 pm

    Remember,I used to play golf for a living and now am ONE OF the managing partners of a golf/real estate complex in the Greater London area with my name on the door as Pro in Residence (I do manage our teaching staff and address the odd club banquet. Neither approaches being a full-time job)

    ryder_cup_fan

  • I still have feelings for you though....to wit:

    Subject: I am truly saddened to hear of Remo's death
    19-Nov-07 09:21 am

    I see that since it was announced on this board that the kind, intelligent, wise man we knew as "Remo" (a.k.a ryder4truth, rebecca_de_hererra, grannysixfibber, truth_justice_and, coinryder, etc., etc., ad nauseum) has died, there have been lot of posts here making tactless jokes about him, insulting the one poster who has had anything sympathetic to say, and generally making light of the whole matter.

    SHAME ON YOU!! How heartless and insensitive can you be??! Is the report of Remo's death just a big joke to you?!? I, for one, am truly saddened. Am I really the only one who has previously sparred with poor old Remoadog who was saddened to read about his death? At one point, after reading one of the derisive posts in response to the announcement of Remo's death, I literally had tears rolling down my cheeks - and that's the *honest truth*!

    I find it very, very sad that after all his genuine efforts to make friends on these chat boards by being rude to people were met with nothing but sneers and contempt, this obviously lonely, distrubed old man resorted to faking his own death and writing tear-jerking eulogies heaping glowing praise upon himself, in the names of the imaginary wife and imaginary close friend that he wishes that he, like normal people, could have - all in a very transparent attempt to win the love and affection he had always so desperately but fruitlessly sought, by convincing everyone that he died suddenly, so he could see those who had berated him mournfully confess that despite all the teasing, they truly liked the old chap and appreciated his wit, and that now that he's gone they will sorely miss him, and wish they had had the opportunity to let him know how they truly felt about him while he was still alive.

    I see that now that even this last-ditch reach for unearned affection has only been met with more jeers and ridicule, he has completely gone off the deep end with his delusions of persecution by this phantom "pet troll" who has been stalking him, adding several more obviously unconnected posters to his growing list of suspected troll ID's, and imagining that his long-awaited day of triumph and vindication has finally arrived, based largely on the fact that most other people don't obsessively post on Yahoo Finance boards all weekend long. And yet, even now, the jeers and derision continue.

    I ask you all again, how heartless and insensitive can you be?

    If you people had any sense of decency, you'd realize that you shouldn't be cruelly taunting this poor, suffering old man, you should be helping to return him to whatever mental institution he escaped from, so that he can be properly cared for by experienced professionals in a controlled environment (by which I mean, of course, a padded room). I, for one, have already started searching databases and making phone calls to see if I can find records of an escaped mental patient on or shortly before October 9, 2005 who had a documented phobia of doughnuts from Krispy Kreme.

    Remo's pal, hedgehog
    Sentiment: Strong Pity

  • "I find it very, very sad that after all his genuine efforts to make friends on these chat boards by being rude to people were met with nothing but sneers and contempt, this obviously lonely, distrubed old man resorted to faking his own death and writing tear-jerking eulogies heaping glowing praise upon himself, in the names of the imaginary wife and imaginary close friend that he wishes that he, like normal people, could have - all in a very transparent attempt to win the love and affection he had always so desperately but fruitlessly sought, by convincing everyone that he died suddenly, so he could see those who had berated him mournfully confess that despite all the teasing, they truly liked the old chap and appreciated his wit, and that now that he's gone they will sorely miss him, and wish they had had the opportunity to let him know how they truly felt about him while he was still alive."

  • I find it very, very sad that after all his genuine efforts to make friends on these chat boards by being rude to people were met with nothing but sneers and contempt, this obviously lonely, distrubed old man resorted to faking his own death and writing tear-jerking eulogies heaping glowing praise upon himself, in the names of the imaginary wife and imaginary close friend that he wishes that he, like normal people, could have - all in a very transparent attempt to win the love and affection he had always so desperately but fruitlessly sought, by convincing everyone that he died suddenly, so he could see those who had berated him mournfully confess that despite all the teasing, they truly liked the old chap and appreciated his wit, and that now that he's gone they will sorely miss him, and wish they had had the opportunity to let him know how they truly felt about him while he was still alive.

  • I find it very, very sad that after all his genuine efforts to make friends on these chat boards by being rude to people were met with nothing but sneers and contempt, this obviously lonely, distrubed old man resorted to faking his own death and writing tear-jerking eulogies heaping glowing praise upon himself, in the names of the imaginary wife and imaginary close friend that he wishes that he, like normal people, could have - all in a very transparent attempt to win the love and affection he had always so desperately but fruitlessly sought, by convincing everyone that he died suddenly, so he could see those who had berated him mournfully confess that despite all the teasing, they truly liked the old chap and appreciated his humor, and that now that he's gone they will sorely miss him, and wish they had had the opportunity to let him know how they truly felt about him while he was still alive.

  • I find it very, very sad that after all his genuine efforts to make friends on these chat boards by being rude to people were met with nothing but sneers and contempt, this obviously lonely, distrubed old man resorted to faking his own death and writing tear-jerking eulogies heaping glowing praise upon himself, in the names of the imaginary wife and imaginary close friend that he wishes that he, like normal people, could have - all in a very transparent attempt to win the love and affection he had always so desperately but fruitlessly sought, by convincing everyone that he died suddenly, so he could see those who had berated him mournfully confess that despite all the teasing, they truly liked the old chap and appreciated his wit, and that now that he's gone they will sorely miss him, and wish they had had the opportunity to let him know how they truly felt about him while he was still alive.

  • hedghog25 by hedghog25 Jul 19, 2008 3:30 PM Flag

    You're on the wrong message board

  • I find it very, very sad that after all his genuine efforts to make friends on these chat boards by being rude to people were met with nothing but sneers and contempt, this obviously lonely, distrubed old man resorted to faking his own death and writing tear-jerking eulogies heaping glowing praise upon himself, in the names of the imaginary wife and imaginary close friend that he wishes that he, like normal people, could have - all in a very transparent attempt to win the love and affection he had always so desperately but fruitlessly sought, by convincing everyone that he died suddenly, so he could see those who had berated him mournfully confess that despite all the teasing, they truly liked the old chap and appreciated his wit, and that now that he's gone they will sorely miss him, and wish they had had the opportunity to let him know how they truly felt about him while he was still alive.

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