You know they will just either vanish or roll into a new ID. Kind of what I tried to do when I created the inteldontplayfair ID, to get away from the trail of my self harming posts. I have only myself to blame.
Yes I know. But bad habits are hard to break. I need to keep in line since I have all these other IDs like inteldontplayfair and others and will mis use them by lashing out at you and the rest of the people that have tried helping me all along.
I was just too blind to see. Too emotionally invested in AMD. I have no defense.
I hope you didn't lose a lot like I did. I paid $73.80 in the year 2000 for a single AMD share, and sank all I had at the time into it.
I should have been more objective instead of investing due emotions. A very hard lesson to learn.
He's been pumping AMD prior to very recently. Maybe you need to ask why this is.
I know I made a big mistake by investing in AMD.
Who are you talking to? The AMD Board of Directors?
Look, I defended AMD because I bought shares at $73.80 in 2000 and am now left wondering how arrogant I became by believing that AMD would skyrocket. I am now here left without any money and am truly bitter for not having listened and taking AMD's word for granted while blaming Intel and its supporters for my big mistake...Don't let it happen to you.
You're wrong and he's right. Admit being wrong.
I should have admitted being wrong a long time ago.
I agree that you/I have been trolling and posting under various "imposter" IDs because I felt I could walk away from this id in lieu of a new one. I really should have learned my lesson, but I chose to become emotionally attached to AMD, and have not been able to recover.
I don't engage in any debates regarding AMD's financial condition because I would not know how to and I could not defend it anyhow. So all I can do is to lash out and complain about "ratings abuse" and accuse people of "using my ID 100s of time(sic)", talk about how Intel is a monopolist and how posters are paid to bash AMD because I lead such an active fantasy life without my meds.
How I can keep talking to myself like that, I won't understand. My meds don't always work well, but here's what I want to let you know
1. Here is the post where I went all in on AMD back in the year 2000 at $73.80 per share.
2. Given how I rode AMD shares down and have not been able to recuperate, I have really admitted that I became emotionally invested and it is now to late for me/us.
Papermaster said AMD was going to stay out of Chromebooks.
“For us, it’s when do you need our CPU and graphics capability that can make a difference,” Papermaster said. “Again, you’ll see that there’s these rock-bottom markets... so those don’t have our value proposition.”
In other words, AMD has been squeezed out of the low end of the market while the Intel and ARM camp are happy to participate.
I knew I made a big mistake by investing in AMD, and now I am suffering the consequences of that emotionally based decision.
This is the post.
I keep asking questions of people that are not involved, but my self answer to the question is when I had to change my ruckpral id to minnowcat10 on eBay because everyone figured out I was into buying things like motorcycle helmets, selling red motorcycles, and buying skin bleaching creme.
You are completely confused about your identity. It's very simple: you think you could escape from me by creating a new id. In retrospect, I admit that has not served very well. I admit I made a big mistake by being emotionally attached and invested in AMD and I have no other choice but to lash out at others on this board.
Nope. I am not confused. Do you want me to post the link here to where you/I bought AMD shares in the $70s range?
I am you and you are me. And you are basically saying that you love riding scooters, which is very true. This is just more evidence of my emotional instability after having bought AMD shares at the heights and hanging on and watching them evaporate.
Nope. You are me and I am you and you have impostor ids that you use.
I fully admit that I made a big mistake by investing in AMD shares at $73.80 and I now regret that decision every day. I can't leave this board because of the emotional pain, as I have already been financially decimated.