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jaguarsxxxv 179 posts  |  Last Activity: Jan 3, 2010 7:59 AM Member since: Jul 4, 2000
  • jaguarsxxxv jaguarsxxxv Jan 3, 2010 7:59 AM Flag

    Environuts my butt, In the manual it says a USB cable comes included if you buy the J4680 model. lol HP is pathetic I tell ya.. If it's 2010 and you've been in business as long as HP has and you still manage to p!ss off customers as much as this, you know your sinking.

  • jaguarsxxxv jaguarsxxxv Jan 2, 2010 12:47 PM Flag

    Anyhow, HP is nothing but a remnant company of the 1990's. You do-do's probably have bought HP stock at the top and are now hanging around these forums like hakws puncing at anyone who sounds negative. LOL.

    You can tell how desperate they are by the amount of crap they try and make you install on your pc after you purchase one of their products. That's pathetic HP. HP = one big Titanic ship, get off before you sink with it.

  • My first and last experience with an HP product (Your cheap & annoying HP)
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    01-02-2010 04:34 AM - last edited on 01-02-2010 04:37 AM

    What a bunch of Scrooges over at HP.



    And annoying scrroges at that.



    My brother got us an All In One J4580 HP Printer for Christmas, everything looked good, decided to hook it up once I got some paper for it. I got the paper, installed the printer, installation was pretty smooth, thank God I know about choosing custom installation because HP tried to shove a sh!tload of annoying programs down your throat so it can slow down your PC just like a newly packaged Dell computer with 10 useless programs running right from the get go.



    Why they do this, freaks the sh!t out of me, why would they annoy their customers, do they think everyone is stupid, why would I want useless annoying crap on my pc?



    Anyhow, next is the real funny part, I'm installing the printer software, everything is going good, than it asks me for a usb cable, oh ok let me go see if I forgot it in the box, I get the box, look inside, nothing's there, I look at the **bleep** box and it says Dont Forget Cable, and some other ink toner and stuff!, Dont forget what??



    Dont forget it in the box? What do you mean? Oh your trying to say dont forget to buy!! Ahhhh!



    How **bleep** cheap can you be to not include a 1$ USB cable inside the box. WoW. That's ugly.



    Now it's Christmas, everything is closed, I'll wait... Except now I also have a **bleep** ugly little bugger of an icon appearing on my toolbar eveytime I start the computer but cant access it's options to remove it because I havent finished the whole installation because I have no USB cable.



    What's funny is that the local major electronics store has USB cables for 34.99 LOL. I ordered one using eBay from Hong Kong for 2.49, shipped. So now I have to wait 2 more weeks. Thx HP.



    And thanks for the useless coupon manual for the free quicken accounting software that is only available to customers in the USA, you didnt know that some of your boxes actually make it to Canada? Who does your shipping, Santa?



    Anyhow, a crappy experience, when this noisy printer goes dead, I'll look for a Canon, Brother or Epson. I cant wait to throw it in the garbage, the experience is something that could have happened say in 1998, it's 2010, your still sleeping HP?

  • They should round up all these scammers that make these ETF's and have them all hung to say the least. God damn crooks.

  • Yeah you heard right, after reading this I almost puked. Unfukincredible.

    BOSTON (MarketWatch) -- Abby Joseph Cohen, Goldman Sachs' celebrity market strategist, during a television appearance Thursday said the S&P 500 Index may rise as high as 1,100 this year, although she warned the recovery could be choppy.

    "We do think the new bull market has begun," Cohen told the cable channel CNBC. "It may prove that it began in March. Clearly many people were looking for better signs on the economy, and now we're getting them."

  • All these people need to hang so America can right itself. Add the whole CNBC crew in there.

  • jaguarsxxxv jaguarsxxxv Jul 25, 2009 2:01 AM Flag

    They will than proceed to make a program that controls their own greed, until than I aint trading no more, fk em, Ill just wait until a commodity or decent company's stock hits rock bottom. 1 trade or 2 per year, your own greed will fk you Goldamn and company, ill keep spreading the word until than.

  • jaguarsxxxv jaguarsxxxv Jul 24, 2009 10:40 PM Flag

    What they should do is disallow market makers from trading for their account, because that's absolute lunacy, obviously they will cheat you left right and centre. And disallow HUGE orders that arent really for any customers by brokers, that's total garbage...........

    Guys, watch this video also from Dylan Ratigan on MSNBC!

    http://www.tradercurrencies.com/currency-trading/10954/ratigan-spitzer-and-toure-clarify-the-feds-obsession-with-secrecy/

  • You got to read these 2 reports on how brokers robbing American traders blind!

    These people should be burned at the stake!

    http://www.nytimes.com/2009/07/24/business/24trading.html?_r=2&hp

    http://www.motherjones.com/kevin-drum/2009/07/goldmans-billions-0

  • Obviously your going to have blowout earnings when you invent and use programs designed to rip off every trader. Bastards should be all locked up.

  • Reply to

    Russia will exposed GS' naked shorting

    by cainjoel84 Jul 8, 2009 11:44 AM
    jaguarsxxxv jaguarsxxxv Jul 8, 2009 12:37 PM Flag

    I hope they all croak

  • Goldman sachs have been robbing the public, especially the individual traders, blind with their programs for a lot of years now and will continue to do so forever. It's like having a license to steal, the way they probably work is they spit out a few stories in websites like marketwatch and newspapers like barron's on hot tips, amass all the stupid buyers than sink the stock.

    They are even worse when it comes to day trading, they screw traders on a minute by minute basis. Stay away from the market until market makers are not allowed to trade for themselves, and that's just a start. I've seen these bastards at Goldman work and screw people with impunity. America does not need these crooks. I'm happy that russia dude sole their plans, I wish they leak it to the public so we can really see how Goldman makes money.

    http://www.businessweek.com/investing/wall_street_news_blog/archives/2009/07/the_secrets_of.html

  • Reply to

    cnbc's ratings DOWN 40% since heroic Jon Stewart

    by d_venom_b Jun 9, 2009 9:10 AM
    jaguarsxxxv jaguarsxxxv Jun 9, 2009 12:29 PM Flag

    NICE to know I'm not the only one who's stopped watching that scam of a channel called CNBC owned by GE.

    I've banned it from my TV since that show.

  • jaguarsxxxv jaguarsxxxv Jun 9, 2009 12:26 PM Flag

    Whata fukin MORON, 5 days later the market crashed and never looked back for the next 3 years, most of his picks became penny stocks or got crushed 90%+.

    Someone should shut this bastrd up, he's helped take millions of american's dollars and give them to rich gypsies.

  • The Winners of the New World
    02/29/00 - 09:42 AM EST

    Jim Cramer

    Editor's Note: James J. Cramer is the keynote speaker at the 6th Annual Internet and Electronic Commerce Conference and Exposition, held today at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City. We're running the full text of that speech here.


    You want winners? You want me to put my Cramer Berkowitz hedge fund hat on and just discuss what my fund is buying today to try to make money tomorrow and the next day and the next? You want my top 10 stocks for who is going to make it in the New World? You know what? I am going to give them to you. Right here. Right now. OK. Here goes.

    Write them down -- no handouts here!: 724 Solutions (SVNX Quote), Ariba (ARBA Quote), Digital Island (ISLD Quote), Exodus (EXDS Quote), InfoSpace.com (INSP Quote), Inktomi (INKT Quote), Mercury Interactive (MERQ Quote), Sonera (SNRA Quote), VeriSign (VRSN Quote) and Veritas Software (VRTS Quote).
    We are buying some of every one of these this morning as I give this speech. We buy them every day, particularly if they are down, which, no surprise given what they do, is very rare. And we will keep doing so until this period is over -- and it is very far from ending. Heck, people are just learning these stories on Wall Street, and the more they come to learn, the more they love and own! Most of these companies don't even have earnings per share, so we won't have to be constrained by that methodology for quarters to come.
    There, now that that's done with, can we talk about the methodology that produced those top 10 so that you can understand how, in a universe of a gazillion stocks, we arrived at those, so you too can figure it out? I hope we can because I have another 10 and still another 10 and another. They all do the same thing: They make the Web faster, cheaper, better and easier to access anywhere, anytime. They allow you to get on the Web securely anywhere in the world. They make the Web economy the only economy that matters. That's all they do.
    We try to own every one of them. Every single one. And if I had my druthers, I wouldn't own any other stocks in the year 2000. Because these are the only ones worth owning right now in this extremely difficult, extremely narrow stock market. They are the only ones that are going higher consistently in good days and bad. I love every one of them, just as I loathe the rest of the stock universe.
    How did this stock market get like this, to where the only people who can make a dime in it are the people who are interested in the most arcane subject, the moving of data from one space to another, via strange new machines and software? How did it get to the point where nothing else matters, most particularly the 90% of the stock market I have studied for the last 20 years? How did all of that knowledge become totally irrelevant and the only stocks that work are the stocks of companies that didn't exist five years ago and came public in the last two or three years?

    Nice read.

    LOLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL http://www.thestreet.com/story/891820/the-winners-of-the-new-world.html

  • The Winners of the New World
    02/29/00 - 09:42 AM EST

    Jim Cramer

    Editor's Note: James J. Cramer is the keynote speaker at the 6th Annual Internet and Electronic Commerce Conference and Exposition, held today at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City. We're running the full text of that speech here.


    You want winners? You want me to put my Cramer Berkowitz hedge fund hat on and just discuss what my fund is buying today to try to make money tomorrow and the next day and the next? You want my top 10 stocks for who is going to make it in the New World? You know what? I am going to give them to you. Right here. Right now. OK. Here goes.

    Write them down -- no handouts here!: 724 Solutions (SVNX Quote), Ariba (ARBA Quote), Digital Island (ISLD Quote), Exodus (EXDS Quote), InfoSpace.com (INSP Quote), Inktomi (INKT Quote), Mercury Interactive (MERQ Quote), Sonera (SNRA Quote), VeriSign (VRSN Quote) and Veritas Software (VRTS Quote).
    We are buying some of every one of these this morning as I give this speech. We buy them every day, particularly if they are down, which, no surprise given what they do, is very rare. And we will keep doing so until this period is over -- and it is very far from ending. Heck, people are just learning these stories on Wall Street, and the more they come to learn, the more they love and own! Most of these companies don't even have earnings per share, so we won't have to be constrained by that methodology for quarters to come.
    There, now that that's done with, can we talk about the methodology that produced those top 10 so that you can understand how, in a universe of a gazillion stocks, we arrived at those, so you too can figure it out? I hope we can because I have another 10 and still another 10 and another. They all do the same thing: They make the Web faster, cheaper, better and easier to access anywhere, anytime. They allow you to get on the Web securely anywhere in the world. They make the Web economy the only economy that matters. That's all they do.
    We try to own every one of them. Every single one. And if I had my druthers, I wouldn't own any other stocks in the year 2000. Because these are the only ones worth owning right now in this extremely difficult, extremely narrow stock market. They are the only ones that are going higher consistently in good days and bad. I love every one of them, just as I loathe the rest of the stock universe.
    How did this stock market get like this, to where the only people who can make a dime in it are the people who are interested in the most arcane subject, the moving of data from one space to another, via strange new machines and software? How did it get to the point where nothing else matters, most particularly the 90% of the stock market I have studied for the last 20 years? How did all of that knowledge become totally irrelevant and the only stocks that work are the stocks of companies that didn't exist five years ago and came public in the last two or three years?

    LOLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLll http://www.thestreet.com/story/891820/the-winners-of-the-new-world.html

  • Reply to

    Dems will get crushed in 2010 & 2012

    by shafernita Jun 9, 2009 11:46 AM
    jaguarsxxxv jaguarsxxxv Jun 9, 2009 12:04 PM Flag

    Wow, what a bunch of idiots, all these problems, most of them at least are due to the prvious nimkaput dumbest admin in history you low IQ southern hicks.

    Who's going to beat the moron dems in 2010 and 2012, Palin, Limbaugh? Who you stupid dummies?

    Although I do agree that Obama's appointment of Geithner (Turbo Tim) (Palson's nephew?) and the appointment of Summers the ugliest man on earth as well as keep Bernanke will sink his administration, the stupid morons, your all morons!

  • The Winners of the New World
    02/29/00 - 09:42 AM EST

    Jim Cramer

    Editor's Note: James J. Cramer is the keynote speaker at the 6th Annual Internet and Electronic Commerce Conference and Exposition, held today at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City. We're running the full text of that speech here.


    You want winners? You want me to put my Cramer Berkowitz hedge fund hat on and just discuss what my fund is buying today to try to make money tomorrow and the next day and the next? You want my top 10 stocks for who is going to make it in the New World? You know what? I am going to give them to you. Right here. Right now. OK. Here goes.

    Write them down -- no handouts here!: 724 Solutions (SVNX Quote), Ariba (ARBA Quote), Digital Island (ISLD Quote), Exodus (EXDS Quote), InfoSpace.com (INSP Quote), Inktomi (INKT Quote), Mercury Interactive (MERQ Quote), Sonera (SNRA Quote), VeriSign (VRSN Quote) and Veritas Software (VRTS Quote).
    We are buying some of every one of these this morning as I give this speech. We buy them every day, particularly if they are down, which, no surprise given what they do, is very rare. And we will keep doing so until this period is over -- and it is very far from ending. Heck, people are just learning these stories on Wall Street, and the more they come to learn, the more they love and own! Most of these companies don't even have earnings per share, so we won't have to be constrained by that methodology for quarters to come.
    There, now that that's done with, can we talk about the methodology that produced those top 10 so that you can understand how, in a universe of a gazillion stocks, we arrived at those, so you too can figure it out? I hope we can because I have another 10 and still another 10 and another. They all do the same thing: They make the Web faster, cheaper, better and easier to access anywhere, anytime. They allow you to get on the Web securely anywhere in the world. They make the Web economy the only economy that matters. That's all they do.
    We try to own every one of them. Every single one. And if I had my druthers, I wouldn't own any other stocks in the year 2000. Because these are the only ones worth owning right now in this extremely difficult, extremely narrow stock market. They are the only ones that are going higher consistently in good days and bad. I love every one of them, just as I loathe the rest of the stock universe.
    How did this stock market get like this, to where the only people who can make a dime in it are the people who are interested in the most arcane subject, the moving of data from one space to another, via strange new machines and software? How did it get to the point where nothing else matters, most particularly the 90% of the stock market I have studied for the last 20 years? How did all of that knowledge become totally irrelevant and the only stocks that work are the stocks of companies that didn't exist five years ago and came public in the last two or three years?

    LOLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLll http://www.thestreet.com/story/891820/the-winners-of-the-new-world.html

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