paul.ottelini--Wallisweaver's answer to allowing China to screw the U.S. re trade is to bend over and say "Thank you, may I have another." You might also want to ask him to review the history of Ronald Reagan dealing with the Japanese on trade in the 1980s, not that it will do any good.
Attempting a logical debate with wallisweaver is like trying to teach a pig to sing: it just frustrates you and makes the pig mad.
paul.ottelini--Was wallisweaver's reply re the deficit with China informative? I didn't think so either.
"Itseez's acquisition is part of Intel's 'Restructuring Initiative to Accelerate Transformation'," or RIAT.
RIAT also stands for "Ruinous Income Allocation Toys."
Fighting for preservation of the Delta Smelt--a junk fish. But anyone with an IQ above room temperature knows its not about saving the fish.
Let's face it: Wallisweaver has a big chip on his shoulder because he owns a stock whose price is barely better today than when he bought it 10 years ago. He's a drugstore cowboy whose gun is loaded with blanks, trying to start fights he has no hope of winning.
Wallisweaver--Still waiting for you to put your money where your mouth is re Intel blowing away analysts' estimates on both revenue and earnings for the next two quarters. As usual, it's all hat and no cattle.
I doubt if there are enough rooms at the Bigfoot Motel in Willow Creek to house wallisweaver and all of his IDs.
By the way, I'm still waiting for you to put your money where your mouth is regarding your boast that Intel will easily beat analyst projections for the next two quarters.
Intel longs have been punished for sixteen years. A few pennies bump higher in price isn't much to gloat about.
I sometimes get the impression that Intel's overall strategy for success is to start slow and finish last.
Wally will be with us shortly with his "Wall Street pinheads know nothing" report. However, it is currently raining in Willow Creek and he can't get to the library computer because the door to his room at the Bigfoot Motel has warped shut.
Might also want to put Kinder Morgan on the watch list. They seem to be pulling the right levers to survive and prosper. More leveraged than SE, but using the dividend cut to pay down debt.