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lifeisveryfunny101 496 posts  |  Last Activity: Jan 11, 2016 2:08 PM Member since: Oct 5, 2004
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    by skeeta_bug Apr 26, 2006 12:47 PM
    lifeisveryfunny101 lifeisveryfunny101 Apr 26, 2006 12:55 PM Flag

    You're a putz aren't you? And a sorry excuse for a human being. I could care less about the stock... but when was the last time that you really added any value to anyone's life or day? Hope you're not a father... or else what are you going to tell your kids you do all day? "Sure son... I bitched and moaned about a stock all day... and then I cheered the misfortune of others that only hope to save a few lives that are afflicted with cancer" Yep... one heck of a role model you're going to be. Do us all a favor and don't have kids and perpetuate your gene pool.

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    on the wires NOW Jobs DID NOT SELL

    by soldhibotlo Mar 27, 2006 9:58 AM
    lifeisveryfunny101 lifeisveryfunny101 Mar 27, 2006 10:01 AM Flag

    You're a moron. Whether he used it to pay taxes or just buy a TV set. The fact remains that he took the money out of the company. The interesting thing is that he sold at $64... and probably not because he was concerned about a $5 drop in the stock... but probably because he was concerned about a $20 drop in the stock.

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    My iPod earbuds made my deaf

    by boiler_room_bash Mar 16, 2006 9:28 AM
    lifeisveryfunny101 lifeisveryfunny101 Mar 16, 2006 9:30 AM Flag

    It also made you illiterate! Now go back to school.

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    how to buy Canadian stock?

    by good_banyan Mar 14, 2006 1:46 AM
    lifeisveryfunny101 lifeisveryfunny101 Mar 14, 2006 8:34 AM Flag

    You can do it online with Fidelity.

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    by armedncrazy Mar 6, 2006 10:49 AM
    lifeisveryfunny101 lifeisveryfunny101 Mar 6, 2006 2:55 PM Flag

    Crazy, Crazy. Definitely looking strong. But each day I look at it... it reminds me of your counseling to be patient. At one time I had 10,000 shares at .30 cents... but pulled the trigger too quick. Still have the shares... but not as many as I should! I pulled the trigger initially because I didn't see as much specifics about their business plan as I would like to see. Their idea is sound... but now we need to see whether it all can really be produced. I'm attempting to be more patient with my investments. My portfolio is definitely not what it could be... because I treat stocks like I treat women... one false move and they are out of there. Of course aFTER I sell them... they wind up losing 30 lbs and wind up looking like the hottest woman on the street.

    Go figure. Good to hear from you. Going to Florida on business tomorrow. Gone for the week. Also buying a condo by the end of the month as well. It will be a good place to eventually give to my daughter.

    Talk to you soon.


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    crazy = con-fuc

    by confuciousblovvsblows Mar 4, 2006 3:18 PM
    lifeisveryfunny101 lifeisveryfunny101 Mar 4, 2006 5:58 PM Flag

    The only irrefutable evidence here... is that you a) have way too much time on your hands b) spend way too much time behind a computer and c) you need a hobby... if you are spending your time thinking about crap like this.

    Enjoy your weekend and get out and enjoy the sunshine.


  • Reply to

    OT; Playing the pennies

    by sonsin03 Mar 3, 2006 9:01 PM
    lifeisveryfunny101 lifeisveryfunny101 Mar 3, 2006 9:27 PM Flag

    Started buying XSNX when it was at .28. They are the only player to my understanding that holds the patent and licensing/royalties for any solar collecting device that can be invisibly embedded in glass windows. Hence envision down the road when all new commercial office buildings with be power generating edifices with solar capturing cells in every pane of glass.... and XSNX will be getting royalties on all of it.

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    life HAO.V OT

    by oncy_luver Mar 3, 2006 12:03 PM
    lifeisveryfunny101 lifeisveryfunny101 Mar 3, 2006 2:40 PM Flag

    Oncy... thanks for the head's up. I have NOT had a chance to dig into the filings. But just in case I did pull out. In the midst of a ton of business and buying a place... and don't have time to do the DD that I really should have done on the front side. Of course now the stock is going to go flying. But before throwing around a few thousand... I should always do more DD. Thanks for the head's up.

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    OT: FNGC

    by lafrance_paul Feb 28, 2006 1:15 PM
    lifeisveryfunny101 lifeisveryfunny101 Mar 2, 2006 3:17 PM Flag

    OK Joeh... good call on Habenero. I dipped my toes into those sands today.

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    OT: FNGC

    by lafrance_paul Feb 28, 2006 1:15 PM
    lifeisveryfunny101 lifeisveryfunny101 Feb 28, 2006 6:09 PM Flag

    Paul... Scary that you are looking to take advice from a man that has alzheimers and is should be on meds for schizophrenia.

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    OT: FNGC

    by lafrance_paul Feb 28, 2006 1:15 PM
    lifeisveryfunny101 lifeisveryfunny101 Feb 28, 2006 3:48 PM Flag

    4,800 shares x .10 profit in a week. $480 dollars. I guess you could buy yourself a plane ticket to vegas and a weekend at a cheap motel for that. Don't spend it all in one place.

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    FNGC/time to take profit

    by joehj815 Feb 24, 2006 9:42 AM
    lifeisveryfunny101 lifeisveryfunny101 Feb 24, 2006 9:49 AM Flag

    Yeah Joeh... you've spent your life on the outside looking in and wanting to play. And now once again... when you feel you haven't been given an opportunity to play... you're doing anything you can do now to get in and not look stupid. Sorry Joeh... this train has already left and is not coming back to get you.

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    by lafrance_paul Feb 23, 2006 3:17 PM
    lifeisveryfunny101 lifeisveryfunny101 Feb 23, 2006 4:48 PM Flag

    <<<<<<<<twaddlish bathos as usual from a poster whose only two modes of expression seem to be scatological non-sequiturs and whingeing self-pity.>>>>>>>>

    I'm sorry... but where did you go to school and learn how to spell like that??? If you're going to rip on someone... at the very least don't make a fool of yourself in the process.

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    by lafrance_paul Feb 23, 2006 3:17 PM
    lifeisveryfunny101 lifeisveryfunny101 Feb 23, 2006 3:40 PM Flag

    You should be sending out your million thank yous to Armed and Crazy.

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    FNGC up on significant volume...

    by lifeisveryfunny101 Feb 23, 2006 10:08 AM
    lifeisveryfunny101 lifeisveryfunny101 Feb 23, 2006 11:14 AM Flag

    Armed... I am back. Was traveling Friday - Tuesday. Now back for a couple of weeks and then go out to Florida for a few days. But also hope to get some skiing in before I hit the road again.

    How the heck are you?

    I'm still in FNGC. I pulled back a little from my 45,000 shares that I had about a month ago... and now hold 30,000. I have no idea what is up this morning. Considering the volume... it feels like some microcap institutional plays might have finally put it on their radar. Time will tell.

    Talk with you soon.

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    FNGC up on significant volume...

    by lifeisveryfunny101 Feb 23, 2006 10:08 AM
    lifeisveryfunny101 lifeisveryfunny101 Feb 23, 2006 10:46 AM Flag

    Nice to know you're alive Dark!

  • lifeisveryfunny101 by lifeisveryfunny101 Feb 23, 2006 10:08 AM Flag

    Something is up............

    There is news pending on two other wells. But I haven't seen anything public on this. Volume is more than triple what it normally is... and we are only a half hour into the day.

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    Thanks for the boost Skeeta

    by mtnklimer Feb 16, 2006 1:37 PM
    lifeisveryfunny101 lifeisveryfunny101 Feb 17, 2006 12:06 AM Flag

    Ok so I'm a schmuck and so are you. Is this all you have to do with your time today? I did some research on what I think is a good opportunity. I presented it here... for all to take a look, see what they think, shoot some holes in it if they could... and if made sense for anyone... buy it. If not... no big deal. Definitely not a pump and dump. That's not me... and not my reputation.

    So let's focus on what really matters... ONCY. Can this company that we are all invested in really save lifes... or greatly extend them? Are they moving along as rapidly as they could... while dotting their i's and crossing all their t's??? Does management have their shit together? I'm still invested... and attempting to be patient... because I thought the technology was real... but the management does not seem to feel a great sense of urgency about how they are managing this process. Just my humble opinion.

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    Dry Hole vs Completed Hole

    by joehj815 Feb 16, 2006 5:47 PM
    lifeisveryfunny101 lifeisveryfunny101 Feb 16, 2006 5:57 PM Flag


    Are you writing from a fricken insane asylum? I do believe you are certifiably schizophrenic.

    And for the record folks... I'll be gone all weekend attempting to earn a living at my real work. Will not be posting on here for a few days. I know that will certainly upset alot of people and lead to serious life withdrawls. But I'm sure you will all pull through.

  • lifeisveryfunny101 by lifeisveryfunny101 Feb 16, 2006 5:30 PM Flag

    Here was my response to Joeh. Very conservative. Told him to slow it down. If you call that a pump it certainly is not. Do your fricken homework is all I have ever suggested. Period. If you do your homework and get off your lazy ass...instead of just touting BS from the peanut gallery... you would know the story for yourself.

    <<<Re: life
    by: lifeisveryfunny101 (43/M) 02/02/06 01:42 pm
    Msg: 61601 of 62171

    More importantly Joeh... two wells should be in PRODUCTION by next week.

    I won't make predictions in terms of price. The market will dictate ultimately where it should be... based upon what is then known and the prospects for the DB3 well... which supposedly is very promising... but time will tell.

    Good luck. >>>>>

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