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rickarooski 7 posts  |  Last Activity: 17 hours ago Member since: May 18, 2006
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  • So here's the problem.
    Russia is empowered and sees the US a weak.
    ISIS is empowered and sees the US as weak.

    So here's the reasons.
    1. The president is more concerned with appeasing the masses for votes than he is in protecting our LT interests. No foot solders ANYWHERE because then Dems will lose in midtern elections as the President went back on his promise to end the war in the mid-east. (AT ANY COST). It's all about the vote. Our enemies know this.

    2. The popular trend is for states to legalize Mary Jane. If I recall, that's a mind altering drug. Perhaps Heroine and LSD is next as our fellow countrymen would rather get high than to defend our nation. And our enemies know this.

    3. The popular trend is for states to legalize gay and lesbo unions. Now tells me, what statement does that make???!!!! And don't come back to me saying that gay solders are as ready as straights. Have you seen the vast majority of gays? Not exactly masculine. And our enemies know this.

    So it's pretty obvious where this is heading and why this isn't the great country it once was. There's no sense of country as everyone wants, and stands for their personal agenda. No US loyality as this is a land of taking, not giving. And while the trend is to get high, reverse the direction of oriface flow (LOL), and demand peace in the face of national threat, this country will soon be the joke of the world. ISIS and Russia already see us that way. How sad!

    Just my 2 cents FWIW.

  • Reply to

    Notice Seeking Alpha didn't post the CC?

    by heisenberg_blue Sep 16, 2014 10:42 PM
    rickarooski rickarooski 21 hours ago Flag

    Hey knucklehead. Just a thought.
    Perhaps the Club O deal fell through for a GOOD and logical business reason. Maybe the Club O owners mistrpresented something. Perhaps in an effort to do due dillengence, RICK opted out of the purchase because it wasn't a good fit. (you remember Vegas, right?)

    So why bag on the company for rightfully bailing on advance? I'm thinking that you're upset that this is one less thing for you to bag about. But you don't need tangible items to create negative spew. You'll manufacture items and there's an endless supply there. Limited only by your imagination.

    Not everything has a negative connection. You seem to believe there is. But then you also believe in the Boogieman and Unicorns. Spend some worthwhile time dogging those items and leave RICK to rest for a while.

    BTW. The "pole tax" is expensed out already. That'll have ZERO inpact on the bottom line. Perhaps you should do some homework before embarrassing yourself.

  • rickarooski rickarooski 21 hours ago Flag

    You left out the following considerations.

    The sky is falling, AND, the Zombie Appocalpyse.
    There!!! Now ALL the doom and gloom considerations are out there for us to worry about.

  • It's now the acronym for the:

    Nothingbut Flags League!!!!!!!

    We've seen the end of competitive football. The game is rapidly approaching the antics of professional wrestling!!! (WWE)

    I'd love to hear some intelligent comments on this. (DumBunnyR need not apply)

    Carry on.

  • Reply to

    Why down so much in 5 days?

    by capestockpicker Sep 15, 2014 3:30 PM
    rickarooski rickarooski 23 hours ago Flag

    It's down because the gamers of this stock moved it down.
    ATML (the casino chip) exists only as a tradable security. It's all about daily churn and, manufactured ebb and flow. Don't believe me? Look at the 5 year chart of this poker chip. There's a select group of players who move the price up and down in a channel in order to eek out a few dollars.

    Company fundies???? Certainly they don't matter in a controlled equity. (And BTW. Roughly 60% of the equities out there are played the same way. The exception being the momentum stocks that roll over anyone in their way, just because they can)

    ATML (the equity) will only increase in price AND STAY THERE if there's a REAL talk of buyers. Other than that this is a Zombie stock and only tradable. And at that, with MUCH risk for the retailer.

    Hope that helps. At a minimum it the facts.

    Carry on.

  • You see dear Bozo, you have to unstick the record needle on occasion. The contsant drubbing of "RFDM to the toilet" couldn't be maintained with the add-on of TQNT. SO no, there won't be another 0.83 or even anything less than $9 going forward. In fact, should RFMD hiccup even by 35cents I'm adding another block. And just so I'm not like you (baseless wasted words stemming from no facts or data), RFMD will very shortly move in what I fondly call "SWKS-mode") You remember SWKS. The higher it went, the more people tried to short it, the higher it went, the more the short attempt failed. So look for the tend in RFMD as it's about to head unrealistically, unhealthfully and unrelentingly, UP. It will take no prisoners on the move. The big boys aren't stupid. They worked the price up on SWKS and made a BUNDLE!!!!!! Here's another shot at it and RFMD isn't even at $12 yet.

    I'm jus say'n.
    Carry on!

  • As the company has bought back a goodly number of shares (and more coming) the hit on the PPS seems greater than what you'd expect. That obviously is because the law $$ paid out was spread between a lot fewer shares. When I first saw the PPS effect on his Q I was concerned. Now, not so much.

    Bark and Blue are still spewing. Pretty sure their commentary hasn't effected the PPS even a penny. But that doesn't stop em.

    BTW. The name change alone will bring in investors as there's countless numbers out there that will by a name, then, ask what they do later.

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