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retayl101 88 posts  |  Last Activity: Feb 19, 2015 8:09 AM Member since: Oct 4, 2005
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  • Reply to

    Mr. Cunninliguist or whomever, it matters not

    by retayl101 Feb 18, 2015 4:04 PM
    retayl101 retayl101 Feb 19, 2015 8:06 AM Flag

    1. Based on your post apparently I have, or at least you credit me with doing something that has had a huge negative impact on your life- - - - - "I despise you" - - - - - - everyone knows that keeping such a large amount of hatred - - - which must be an ongoing situation for a long time(since you've read over 6000 of my posts) - - - is not mentally healthy - - - - - "basically I'm renting space in your head for free" and will for a long time to come- -- - - - but research also shows such hatred/anger- - - "I despise you" - - - -can affect your physical well being as well and give you a shorter life span - - - - Now a question would be what could cause someone to willingly let me affect them mentally and physically - - - - - that bestows upon me a great amount of power over you.

    2. "if God doesn't get you Karma will" - - - - you weren't specific as to which deity you refer/prefer but only one comes to mind that espouses hatred and whose creed is to do harm to others. They also believe in stoningwomen and beheadingchildren. My God is a good and loving God and doesn't preach harm to anyone - - - what's wrong with yours??

    3. I could see someone being upset, if let's say - - - - - - they were a 3 decade employee of JCPenney and management became dissatisfied with their descriptions of JCP customers and was fired for cause and maybe forfeited a pension or severance pay???? - - - now that amount of anger directed towards me, I think we could all comprehend.

  • Reply to

    Mr. Cunninliguist or whomever, it matters not

    by retayl101 Feb 18, 2015 4:04 PM
    retayl101 retayl101 Feb 18, 2015 4:30 PM Flag

    typo - 46 s/b 36

  • I do not know nor do I care what your problem is - - - - and it's quite apparent you may have more than one. I have no way of making you respect accuracy when your intent seems to be solely to mislead, distort, and prevaricate. The post you quoted was by a moron who, and I believe him, had almost his entire retirement fund(a million dollars in 2007) tied up in JCPenney stock - - - - it was reposted by me on more than one occasion and by at least 4-5 other posters, both wholly and in part, over the years - - - - - - so anything you think you are proving by the fact 2-3 posters used him as an example is simply hogwash and poppycock - - - - - - - They say we all serve a purpose in life - - - - his apparently was a bad example - - - - I have as of yet to figure out what yours is. The next time, if you don't mind, also please credit the original author - - - - I fixed it for you this one time.

    As far as living with someone, yes I do, my wife of 46 years----------------------- Anything you'd like us to know about the real you????- - - - - - - didn't think so - - - - It makes it much harder to remain in hiding and occasionally sniping from the shadows
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    thecunninliguist • 6 hours ago
    i_am_penney_proud • Apr 30, 2007 11:07 AM
    This baby is going to 90+ this year. Early next year we will be looking at a 2:1 (p

    "I'm sure there is a logical explanation so I'd like to know what are the chances that two (different) posters would cut and repost an identical opposing viewpoint post from a nemesis. Keep in mind the posts are 3 years apart! I'm very impressed. retayl101 and tngenchek live together?"

    I offer exhibit A below for your reading pleasure.

    retayl101 • Jul 16, 2008 11:38 AM
    This baby is going to 90+ this year. Early next year we will be looking at a 2:1 (p
    tngenchek • Apr 1, 2011 2:09 PM
    This baby is going to 90+ this year. Early next year we will be looking at a 2:1 (p

  • retayl101 retayl101 Feb 11, 2015 8:31 AM Flag

    Never saw some many fake ID posters on any one board ever before - - - - most don't even seem to have an agenda, other than drawing attention to themselves - - - - I seem to have attracted 2-3 myself.

  • Reply to

    Market

    by retayl101 Feb 10, 2015 9:04 AM
    retayl101 retayl101 Feb 11, 2015 8:28 AM Flag

    Maybe you should put that drive off for a bit - - - - gas went back up to 2.09 this am - - - I bought as low as 1.59 without my rewards card - - - - - hadn't heard from you for a bit, but haven't checked my email in ages - - - - check the board once in a while but it's gone to he11 in a handbasket - - - very few posters even know what company they're talking about and even less about retail - - mostly spammers - - - - didn't see the message from Golden either.

  • retayl101 by retayl101 Feb 10, 2015 9:04 AM Flag

    First of all, a simple check will show you this is the authentic me - - - - for what that's worth.

    Perhaps you could do me a favor and explain for everyone why you have fixated/stalked my ID - - - - - I can assure you I am exactly who I say I am and there is more than one poster on this board that can attest to that and probably could drive a car to my house within a couple of hours - - - - - - I think even the most cynical of posters(including yourself) must admit there is something slightly askew with someone willing to devote even a small portion of his/her life to poring through thousands of posts looking for ???? - - - - - ask yourself, if you find whatever it is you're looking for, how will your life be better or improved or make the PPS go up - - - - I don't know why but I'll give you a few basic facts about myself that might alleviate that gnawing in your gut - - - - - -

    1. I have never drawn a W-2 form from JCPenney - - - - if I were a middle manager that would be required by law

    2. I never shorted JCPenney stock while I had a financial interest in the company - I also have no pension or residual income from JCPenney nor will I in the future

    3. I originally came on this board in 1999(?) ask JCPenneyFRAUD for exact date - - - - with another similiar ID. In 2005 after Yahoo screwed up and accidentally let some personal information on the board - - - to prevent stalkers??? I created the new ID retayl102 to reflect my interest and dedication to the retail world.

    4. My alias for ID retayl102 is retayl101 - - - - -dunno why that's just the way Yahoo does things.

    5. Sometime ago I stopped posting as much as I had in the past because of the kind ofcrap that the last few hundred posts have been about - - - - very little retail or JCPenney info at all

    Hope all that helps you in your endeavor to accomplish whatever it is you think you're doing.

  • I don't know if I should be flattered or concerned with your fascination with me - - - - you apparently are willing to spend hours and hours on old posts, ID creation, and concocting various stories - - - - - most of the board probably already has an idea of who they think you are - - - - if it is your intent to repost all of my posts - - - - - - - that's going to take you about 10 years and you are only on #2 out of 6194 posts - - - - I've generally found people with your strange mental aberration are lacking in the ability to concentrate on one thing for any length of time - - - - however, if you are the exception to the rule, you might do some introspective self awareness soul searching and see if even you don't think you need help - - - - - - when the lights go out and you're alone with your thoughts, you might contemplate how much in common you have with Lori Drew - - - a truly sick demented individual - - - -

    But on a side note, I did find it ironic you picked two posts that illuminates Ullman's inability to lead this company anywhere, especially a turnaround!!!!!!!! Imagine, anyone thinking that bringing a dozen donuts is going to boost morale after you fired 100's of employees - - - - - -

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    retayl101 • Oct 10, 2005 7:54 PM

    Sorry to reply to my own post, but the next two quarters will not be good and the stock price will go in the toilet and you will be billed for the donuts. I just read the article referenced below and we all know, If Cramer likes it, its toast.

    As for traditional retailers, Cramer likes (JCP:NYSE - commentary - research - Cramer's Take) adding he wished he owned the stock

  • Reply to

    good news

    by retayll01 Feb 7, 2015 10:21 PM
    retayl101 retayl101 Feb 8, 2015 7:39 AM Flag

    Don't be confused - - that post is almost 10 years old that someone dug up - - - you have to pay attention to the subbing of "L's" and "1's" when he's playing ID games.

    retayl101 • Oct 10, 2005 7:54 PM Flag

    **********Did some calculations based on the number of employees and guesstimating the cuts per employee and assuming most of that will go directly to the bottom line, the next 1-2 quarters should be great for the stock price, and fantastic for upper management bonuses, and yes I did deduct for the donuts. ********

    Sorry to reply to my own post, but the next two quarters will not be good and the stock price will go in the toilet and you will be billed for the donuts. I just read the article referenced below and we all know, If Cramer likes it, its toast.

    As for traditional retailers, Cramer likes Kohl's (KSS:NYSE - commentary - research - Cramer's Take) and J.C. Penney (JCP:NYSE - commentary - research - Cramer's Take) because they're down so much. He also likes Wal-Mart (WMT:NYSE - commentary - research - Cramer's Take) because it is too low, he said, adding he wished he owned the stock

  • Seems JCPenneyfraud85 and now a couple of new ID posters have somehow in their little pea brains figured out this is somehow a significant find and will somehow impact or detract to/from their lives - - - - -

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    My original post below - - - - -

    retayl101 • Oct 4, 2005 8:35 AM Flag
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    I am new to this board and have read over some of the past postings. I am thinking of buying into the Catalog Merchant program but don't see any discussion on this board. We are in a small town in the Midwest. Does anyone have any insights or advice regarding this program. Thank you.
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    Are you ready for this bombshell??? - - - - YES I was very interested in the Catalog Merchant program and even went so far as to investigate further when they first proposed opening a dozen or so in the Chicago area - - - - it didn't pan out - - - - OK you've got the information, what are you going to do with it - - - - - What did that add to your pathetic multi-IDed little board based lives? - - - - - very sad, very sad indeed!!!!

  • retayl101 retayl101 Feb 7, 2015 6:46 PM Flag

    "When the CEO uses these words, ""Our highest priority over the last year has been to restore profitable sales growth at JCPenney". - IS A VERY BIG DUH!
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    A "VERY BIG DUH" indeed - - - - - all anyone has to ask themselves is "what else would he say" - - - - - - - and the mere fact he stated this was his priority over the "last" year and failing as of yet to deliver, makes it just another "warm fuzzy" that any CEO worth his paycheck would say?? would say - - - anyone hanging their hat on this lone statement would be well served by a quick review of "other" promises made by the same guy

  • retayl101 retayl101 Feb 7, 2015 6:40 PM Flag

    As far as "asked him back. . . " - I, and others, believe strongly that JCPenney "settled" for Ullman as NO one else wanted the job
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    All anyone has to do is go back and check the rather long list of impressive potential CEO's that politely turned down the job - - - - - - - seems not too long ago the board was chock full of speculation "Sadove" was a sure thing - - - - - funny, all those loudmouths haven't be heard from for a while - - - - - now everyone is hanging their hat on a guy they said couldn't cut it the first time around - - - - go figure ??

  • retayl101 retayl101 Feb 7, 2015 6:34 PM Flag

    JCP has been closing 4% of stores for most of January.
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    The truth is most of those stores don't close until April - - - with the balance closing throughout the year - - - which makes the rest of your hypothesis just so much hot air - - - - where do you get your information???

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    J.C. Penney plans to close approximately 40 stores in 2015, about 4 percent of the chain's total stores according to Joey Thomas, a spokesman for the company. Most stores will close around April 4, 2015, he said.

  • retayl101 retayl101 Feb 7, 2015 6:27 PM Flag

    I did see where you posted your "buy" order for 10K shares - - - - never did see it on the bid though - - - - now why would that be??? Did they miss your "Big Buy Order"??

  • Reply to

    Leon & Loretta & jr & the experence I met

    by retayll01 Feb 6, 2015 8:03 PM
    retayl101 retayl101 Feb 7, 2015 6:24 PM Flag

    two newly created ID's talking to each other - - - - - that's why people on the internet are anonymous - - - - - you aren't armed are you - - - - -

  • Reply to

    JCPenney Catalog Revival. I'm All in!!

    by retayll01 Feb 7, 2015 12:07 PM
    retayl101 retayl101 Feb 7, 2015 6:20 PM Flag

    Check the newly created ID date - - just some lonely poster with nothing better to do on a weekend - - - at least it keeps him off the dating sites and away from innocent children - - - -

  • Reply to

    Salon is going to save JCPenney ???

    by jcpenneyman85 Feb 6, 2015 8:10 AM
    retayl101 retayl101 Feb 6, 2015 12:40 PM Flag

    I believe you have it all wrong
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    Ok - - - - - well, you convinced me - - - totally blown away with your extensive research, elaborate thesis and excellent presentation of the facts !!!

  • Reply to

    Salon is going to save JCPenney ???

    by jcpenneyman85 Feb 6, 2015 8:10 AM
    retayl101 retayl101 Feb 6, 2015 12:09 PM Flag

    Sorry to see time hasn't increased your retail knowledge - - - - - - the salon idea is only being test marketed in 4 major areas - - - - - the salons only contribute about 3.75% to the total revenue - - - - - very labor intensive part of the business, so net to the bottom line is not as great as the retail side - - - - they'll probably drop it and the catalog idea before it ever has a chance to impact revenues at all - - - - - they're doing just like RJ - - - - - attempting to change their customer base in a very short time - - - - - RJ was going after the young hip crowd, now Ullman thinks he's going to capture the upscale Salon market, but that segment of the demographics is reluctant to admit they shop JCPenney - - - - - - more like desperate grasping at straws trying to come up with that rabbit out of the hat miracle that's going to save them.

  • retayl101 retayl101 Feb 4, 2015 9:51 AM Flag

    Don't waste your time with this guy - - - - - he claims to have purchased JCP at 13 and sold at 15 - - - - didn't happen - - - - - - - he was over on the Chipolte(sp) board in 2008 claiming he had owned the stock since 2003 - - - - - - only problem is they didn't IPO until 2006 - - - - he made a killing on CLSN except he held the stock the day it dropped from 8 bucks to .88 cents. I'm guessing the rest of his trades are equal BS, so when you're talking about lying on these boards - - - - - - - - -

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    Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc
    chase07470 • Oct 16, 2008 2:06 PM

    I've been in this stock for five long years.

  • Did he "leave" the stock or did "nothing will get me to part with these shares" - - - -- - - and then has the gall to call other posters "Clowns" when he's the only dope with the red nose and big floppy shoes.
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    chase07470 • 2 hours 16 minutes ago

    The clowns are out in force! - - - - - My previous foray in JCP was, of course, profitable. I bought at $13 rode it up to $19. Then Johnson was fired, I sold at $15, flipped short and killed it down to about this range.

    Then I left the stock.
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    chase07470 • Jun 25, 2013 9:57 PM

    I love JCP. Nothing will get me to part with these shares, the lower it goes, the more I buy

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