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razor28461 16 posts  |  Last Activity: Jan 29, 2015 12:32 PM Member since: Jun 28, 2003
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  • razor28461 by razor28461 Nov 18, 2014 8:23 AM Flag

    All the police need is a pouch with a spider web in it and when the mobs get out of hand they just press the pouch the spider web shoots out and captures all the bad guys. I know that will work because I saw it in a movie.

  • razor28461 razor28461 Nov 19, 2014 9:41 AM Flag

    I wrote to IR last Thursday asking what was happening with their doggie trials but I haven't received a response.

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    Bottom Line for TASR ?

    by alpha2735 Nov 24, 2014 11:01 PM
    razor28461 razor28461 Nov 27, 2014 10:22 PM Flag

    A recent article about Wrightsville Beach, NC police department regarding their use of body cameras said that the number of complains of police misconduct went down from 17 last year to only 3 in 2014. Cameras will help make cops behave and will stop bad guys from filing false calms. Cameras don't lie, they record the facts. I think they will be good for the police and for the crooks. I also hope it will cut down on the number of people that run from the police. Most criminals commit more than one crime so the police should be able to match video images via recognition software. Won't do the bad guy any good to run once he is on video.

  • That will be the first question asked by ALL lawyers in future trials involving police shootings. Any town that fail to equip their police with cameras will be paying big time for insurance if they don't have cameras on their police. If it is possible, it soon will be required. Taser is only going up.

  • that is the first question lawyers will ask in future shootings. If a town does not provide cameras their insurance premiums will be sky high. The police departments and towns have no choice but to buy cameras. If it is possible, it soon will be required.

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    Who authorizes cameras

    by pgsylves Dec 6, 2014 8:52 PM
    razor28461 razor28461 Dec 7, 2014 12:50 PM Flag

    I don't care who authories cameras because the final decision will be made by the insurance companies. If you want to keep your rates low, you must put cameras on your cops. Real life example: Home Owner Associations are told to put up 10 foot fences around their pool or pay a much higher premium. Guess what new fences are going up everywhere.

  • razor28461 razor28461 Dec 10, 2014 5:03 PM Flag

    I will be buying in the morning because 4th quarter earning will rock. No brainer.

  • razor28461 by razor28461 Dec 17, 2014 8:14 AM Flag

    Does anyone have access to script numbers and if so, are you willing to share them?

  • As of Dec. 14th Reuter is reporting that there have been over 18,000 cases of ebola reported and that maybe that number is under reported by 2 1/2 times. If anyone alive doesn't think that LAKE will be raking in millions and millions of dollars in the next six months or more are plain crazy. The latest spending bill added $7 billion to help stop Ebola in Africa. No one in outside the government in America knows how many, if any, cases of Ebola is being treated in America or how many people are being monitored at this time in America for Ebola because the current administration has shut down all reporting on Ebola in America. My opinion and main point is that Ebola hasn't gone away and the demand for hazmat suits are soaring.

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    About Scrip Data

    by mikerconfer Jan 8, 2015 10:15 AM
    razor28461 razor28461 Jan 12, 2015 8:41 AM Flag

    One of the best and most informative post I have seen on any message board. Thanks Mike .

  • razor28461 by razor28461 Jan 14, 2015 9:52 AM Flag

    Does the news today about DNDN broke even for the year and they dosed their first patient in Germany mean anything for shareholders? Any chance they will work out a deal with their creditors at this point?

  • razor28461 by razor28461 Jan 14, 2015 10:00 AM Flag

    Yahoo management has known for at least a year that they would sell a large amount of Alibaba stock and that they would have Billions of shareholders dollars. Did they not make any plans for what they were going to do with all that money prior to the sale? Is it too much to expect any transparency from our CEO? Is it to much to expect any update between earning periods? Is it time to start lawsuits to make management more accountable to their owners? Shareholders should also give a lot of thought to who they will vote for as the leaders in the future.

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    Is it Too Much To Expect

    by razor28461 Jan 14, 2015 10:00 AM
    razor28461 razor28461 Jan 14, 2015 12:13 PM Flag

    I try not to invest in companies so I can get surprises. I prefer to invest in companies that has a strong management present and one that keeps their investors informed. I have already sold off two thirds of my investment in Yahoo waiting on surprises. If earnings are not strong and if there isn't a clear plan for dealing with the billions of cash, I will sell the balance of my Yahoo stock. Here is another possibility, Yahoo may surprise to the downside. I am not a kid waiting on Marissa to give me a surprise, I am an investor feeling looking for forward guidance so I can make a intelligent decision based on facts

  • razor28461 by razor28461 Jan 21, 2015 10:42 AM Flag

    What happen to the uplisting to NASDA?

  • Wouldn't this give Yahoo shareholders a much better deal than we will get in Sept. Would it not mean more shares of Alibaba for Yahoo shareholder?

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    If Spinoff were to go public today?

    by razor28461 Jan 29, 2015 11:27 AM
    razor28461 razor28461 Jan 29, 2015 12:32 PM Flag

    Thanks for your response pebble. I just saw an analyst on CNBC that said Yahoo will be bought soon and that Yahoo will be no more. That brings up another concern as to what will happen to Spinco if Yahoo is bought out by Sept.? Will new management offer anything to Yahoo shareholders other than the price they pay for Yahoo? As low as our stock is today, someone could buy it at a very low price. They could offer a 20% premium and buy everything for $50.00.

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