I think you have it about right doned - this has never been more than a trade(usually better short), going back to last century. A real co may cone from this, but I'd not be shocked to see $1.50 again this summer-
there you have it, from midget IQ in NYC- he follows posters here to other boards, to taunt with his own insecurities.
I'm looking to buy 10,000 shares at the open Fri, if I can find the pants I left the change in, so take that 93.8 - ERFT rules - tell em Lew!!!
what is the % of cos who file bankruptcy, get delisted, who shares then go to absolute zero - oh roughly 100%! Call of the decade for stann the man - keep pumping baby!
you are correct, of course, zz - perhaps it will go back to $20.00 next week - if so, wonder if they'll communicate with the investors then?
well well, guess whose market cap is under 750T today? To longs, here is an idea - sell today and save 100% of your current capital - you do not need a total loss to claim this on your taxes, ANY LOSS IS FINE!!!
your gap up is in reverse but otherwise, as good a call as stann's now famous call on LOCM-
this co was worth $300,000,000 as recently as 2014, and I think sp will go below a penny now, easily. Sane people run from this one-
I agree The Shootist was very good, especially his reunion with James Stewart as they were really great together in Liberty Valance. I caught the last half of the original stagecoach last week and was struck by how good Thomas Mitchell was as the doctor - no one has done lovable Irish drunk that well since-the year it came out - 1939, was so famous for great movies - I especially like Dark Victory, although Betty Davis could not go wrong with a supporting cast of George Brent, Humphrey Bogart and President Reagan as the playboy!
a good one for sure although Maureen Ohara bouncing around in bed would not have put me a mod to fight!
do you remember the scenes she had with Strother Martin? Some of his dialogue is below but I was trying to find the one she threatens him with Daggett and he asks (paraphrase) Who is this famous barrister of whom I was blissfully unaware until a moment ago! \
Colonel Stonehill: Most people around here know of Rooster Cogburn and some people live to regret it. I would not be surprised to learn that he is a relative of yours.
Colonel Stonehill: I just received word that a young girl fell head first down a fifty foot well on the Towson Road. I thought perhaps it was you.
So doned, today's pop quiz - Duke's 5 best - take me apart:
1 The Searchers
2. True Grift
3 Rio Bravo
4. The man who shot Liberty Valence
can I propose a round of applause for stann - call of the decade in my small opine. Legal proceeding will be handled by Lawyer J. Noble Daggettt, who did so well for Kim Darby in True Grit...
For those who have fear, uncertainty and doubt with their invesment in MJNA, Shed those thoughts from your mind. Do Not, pay attention to what the Negatives are saying
Someone was just saying the same about LOCM- I'd just add MJNA is my shepherd, I shall not want a buzz-
yea though I walk through the valley of herbs, I shall fear no bong tokes...
very true - this pumper entered Jim Jones territory this week - here, drink this, you'll love it-
Does not compute - see you 7 cents from now, at fair value-
I just love the ending of Fist.. a filmed comic before that became so popular. You prefer the more recent stuff, me the earlier - again totally subjective. I thought Million.. was a tad depressing but when Grand Torino came out, holy cow - a great young priest, though. High Plains Drifter was a mood piece and a definite acquired taste, but again, a super cast - enjoyed your thoughts...
Wrong movie. It was "The Outlaw Josie Wales." What else don't you know, kubota?
I watched it last night - he identified Josie at a key point and was a great character actor-
ok doned, top 5 Eastwood movies - totally subjective mine are
1 Good, Bad and Ugly
2 High Plains Drifter
3 A fist full of dolllars
4 Pale Rider
I'm not going to attempt averaging out of this, too dangerous
stick with that - most of these are going to double ought- this still looks way overvalued - a market cap of 80% less, maybe-
Simple question: what was sp of LOCM over a decade ago, 11/2004? $31.77 - what is sp today, why only 99% lower - buy some for another chance at returns like these!