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libsuper12 4 posts  |  Last Activity: Jan 22, 2015 1:18 PM Member since: Jan 19, 2006
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  • Working with a major company whose name you would recognize to flood the market with this product once the production issues and testing are complete. Apparently production is not a problem but testing in a live environment has been an issue.

    The size of this market is so big it has never before even been measured. Imagine if the company gets a chunk of that. Once production ramps up later this year (or next) shorts will wish they had covered.

    The great news is the stock symbol (UNXL) almost works to help promote the product. You have to wonder if this is some sort of brilliant marketing plan that management has always had in mind.

    Do not say that you were not warned!

    Oh wait! Now the word is that production of the unicorn saddles is going to be delayed - possibly until 2017 - but when they come out you can bet that anyone who has a unicorn is definitely going to want one - maybe (if they work). It is still not certain if they can be sold for a profit or not - if they are ever produced - but you should still buy the stock.

  • libsuper12 libsuper12 Jan 22, 2015 1:06 PM Flag

    If you don't like welfare cheats then maybe you should do some research on who actually gets welfare. It's not the save the world program so many people think it is. For MOST people on welfare, it is a way of life. Their parents did not work and were on welfare. It's what was modeled for them - so therefore they do not work and live off of welfare. They learn every little trick to maximize their check. It's what their parents did and what they have been taught.

    For some people, welfare is a necessity. Bad things happen to good people sometimes and when that happens then I am thankful that we have programs in place to help those people make it through the rough spots. Unfortunately, there seem to be little or no barriers in place to making it a way of life rather than a safety net.

    If the truth is told, then many politicians would prefer that more and more people were totally dependent on the government. At that point, the politicians basically own those people. They are guaranteed to get their vote because they are voting to maximize their own meager check - and will throw anybody and anything under the bus in order to get another nickel on their own check.

    At some point, it no longer works as there are not enough people working to continue to provide the benefits and then the whole system collapses. That is where we are headed - and Obama is accelerating that process in a big way.

  • libsuper12 libsuper12 Jan 22, 2015 10:59 AM Flag

    The OVERWHELMING MAJORITY of people that this would bring into the junior colleges would be deadbeats who not only would not pass but would also keep anyone else there from learning anything. The costs would be significant and would ultimately be placed upon the backs of those whose kids did make good grades since so many of the deadbeat parents don't pay taxes and instead are on the take from the government. Nothing is FREE. SOMEBODY will pay for it - just not the people who it is being given to - like everything with Obama.

  • "Free" - as in we are going to give it to the deadbeats who have shown no motivation throughout their entire lives and therefore need it to be covered by all of the people who try to earn a living in this country

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