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king_foo_bar 3 posts  |  Last Activity: Jun 4, 2014 4:03 PM Member since: Jun 24, 2002
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    mitch krebbs very good at the disko dancing

    by king_foo_bar May 31, 2014 4:06 PM
    king_foo_bar king_foo_bar Jun 4, 2014 4:03 PM Flag

    I no seeing the rat, he making the much money shorting the shares of cde, then he take the money and run and leave stalz and ed holding the bag.

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    mitch krebbs very good at the disko dancing

    by king_foo_bar May 31, 2014 4:06 PM
    king_foo_bar king_foo_bar Jun 4, 2014 3:47 PM Flag

    cde is very bad stock and has as much change of going to the bankruptcy or major resturcting or another reverse split, the krebs is complete idio disco dancing thief, who will #$%$ in the handbag of the shareholder whenever he have chance to. If you leave your handbag out, the krebs grab it and have a #$%$ in it..... it best to stay far away from this stock , the wheeler/krebs team leave many turds in the punchbowl. Stalz and Ed been drinking the punch for years.. is very funny. Aslmost as funny as king foo taking the ebonics class

  • mitch krebs as good at the disko dancing as dennis wheeler, he spending the much money to move the offices, he spending the much money for the mines put the production goes down, he make the famous disko financing deals, he giving all the gold money to the franco nevada, the stock go from 270 dallars to 6.5 dallars under wheeler and then krebs. the share price almost at level during financial bust. nice work krebs. Ed and stalz still pumping and holding the bag...is very funny for to see the idiots post.

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