How could you read "four LNG export terminals are under construction" and somehow transmute that into "permits" in your tiny little mind? In the unlikely event that you wonder why no one takes you seriously as a poster, take another look at this thread.
But not really, it speaks sort of a mishmash of "grandmother" and cheap mobster.
Wow, they've made a web bot that speaks just like my grandmother used to speak. "Rubbish" was one of her favorite words.
I agree. Normally, when somebody steals a joke and reuses it verbatim, it isn't funny. But, somehow, it's funny when notfor does it.
Yeah, the fact of the matter is that there are a number of things that could happen that would be bad for the world and good for WPRT.
Interesting opinion piece. Do an internet search for it...
You mean that one company isn't going to have 100% of the market in the NG engine supply. Wow, that's completely unheard of in capitalism. This must finally be the end for WPRT.
Now THIS would be big news for WPRT if it happened, if some of our eggheads and leaders have their way.
Do a search for "Here's what would really happen if the US bombed Iran".
If it was a choice between a disaster like that and receivership for WPRT, I'd go with the latter.
It's funny...that someone would downvote this post. It's just a bit of news. Good -- if indirect -- news for WPRT, but not a big deal, either way. As any number of the shorts here have pointed out, this has been an easy short for a long time. You'd have to be a pretty stupid short not to have made some money playing it that way.
So what's with the mindless negativity? You're rooting for the failure of a company (against its organic success) and for the unemployment line for a bunch of engineers and support staff when all you stand to make is a couple more bucks a share? It's pretty sad, the level of thought that would lead that would lead to that sort of attitude.
Whoever you are, I'm not asking you to stop being you. That's who (or WHAT, really) you are. It's just pathetic, is all.
Yeah, the following sentence is a complete non sequitur:
"...The lower oil prices are leading to growth in natural gas usage..."
"Do not try and bend the spoon, that's impossible. Instead, only try to realize the truth...there is no spoon. Then you will see it is not the spoon that bends, it is only yourself."
―Spoon Boy to Neo [src]
Do not try to speak to notfor as if he is not j.kady. Only try to understand the truth...there is no j.kady without nofor, and no notfor without j.kady.
Robert, I've tried every tactic I can think of to provoke this guy into saying something meaningful. He isn't capable of it. This is his schtick. There's no "there" there. You're wasting your time.
Those things change. I'm just not comfortable characterizing behavior by nationality, on sort of inertial assumptions--that what was true once will be true always. A great example is provided by China. People said that Apple would never be able to sell iPhones there--Chinese people were supposed to be happy with cheap knock-offs. iPhone sales are getting better and better.
Hi Robert, I think you might be indulging in a bit of stereotyping here. What you're saying about India's cheapness has certainly been true in the past, but the country seems to be changing. The statement is not limited to buses:
"“We direct all diesel vehicles, heavy or light, which are 10 years old will not be permitted on the roads of Delhi and NCR,” it directed."
I've seen this in my own industry (tech). There are many engineers who are returning to India because the country has become more modern and the pay is more than equivalent.