Thu, Oct 2, 2014, 1:39 AM EDT - U.S. Markets open in 7 hrs 51 mins

Recent

% | $
Quotes you view appear here for quick access.

Walgreen Co. Message Board

yank.wags_chain 693 posts  |  Last Activity: May 11, 2009 11:44 PM Member since: Jan 16, 2008
  • Runny, lieguy and ivan-the-terrible-waste can pool their collective and easily countable braincells and not have ANY intelligent answer to the dilemmas posed in both links I posted last week. And there are plenty more if you losers want more fear data to digest.

    The pumpers continue their humorous, weakling attmpts to attack me because they CAN"T defend the WAG weakness that is being assaulted by Walmart. Hey "runs",,, where are those posts where you claim to have challenged me on WAG entry price and DSCM exit price? Oh... you forgot about that humiliation!

    Nice deflection effort WAG-baggies, but wholly inadequate to refute the issues that highly reputable publications have placed on the investor's breakfast table for tomorrow's consideration.

    But you geeks keep writhing around on the floor, looking for the next juvenile "taunt" you can add to your verbal arsenal. What an absolute riot. And a pathetic attempt to kite a S/P that just can't seem to find an ultimate bottom.

    Think single digits are impossible? I remember when taiguy called me "nuts" and lots of expletives for my prognostication that it would EVER see the $20's. Of course, the same d-bag also railed on for months that the Walmart $4 generic initiative was a joke and would be rescinded as the WMT executives that came up with the "ridiculous" idea were to be fired.

    Nice call!

    You guys remind me of Borat!

    Tata,

    Yank

  • yank.wags_chain by yank.wags_chain Feb 21, 2009 10:46 AM Flag

    Your message board inactivity is industry leading. Enjoy your creation!

    Yank

  • Reply to

    WMT up 15% this year!

    by legalize_shemp Dec 30, 2008 3:18 PM
    yank.wags_chain yank.wags_chain Dec 30, 2008 4:50 PM Flag

    Fake yank: you substitute a number 1 for the "i" in my ID so it looks similar to confuse people into thinking your rants are mine. How boring, unoriginal and childish.

    Say, I'll bet your another of bananarug/cmxsux/ivans newly created ID's... like all the new ones over on the Walgreens board!

    Bwahahahahahahaha!

    CVS had a great day today. WAG treaded water. You can expect that trend to continue or worse (if you are a WAGbagholder in 2009)!

    Tata,

    Yank

  • Reply to

    Just explain this to everyone Yank ! Come on!

    by bananarug4 Dec 29, 2008 9:11 PM
    yank.wags_chain yank.wags_chain Dec 30, 2008 4:36 PM Flag

    The board is now getting fake Kanuk ID's to complement the fake Yank ID'd we've had for awhile.

    Shows the great positive impact your messages are having on these sorry Walgreens pumpers. Remember my post "Imitation & Flattery?" The same now applies to you.

    Congrats, and have a great New Year!

    Tata,

    Yank

  • Reply to

    Stockmann, how I kicked Yanks ass

    by bananarug4 Dec 29, 2008 11:46 PM
    yank.wags_chain yank.wags_chain Dec 30, 2008 3:46 PM Flag

    My reply to this idiot (banana/cmxsux/ivan) is on the Walgreens board. No need to bore anyone here with it. Read it there if you care.

    Happy New Year, everyone!

    Yank

  • yank.wags_chain yank.wags_chain Dec 30, 2008 3:42 PM Flag

    Hey, "pinhead" actually makes a lot of sense!

    Happy New Year,

    Yank

  • Reply to

    WMT up 15% this year!

    by legalize_shemp Dec 30, 2008 3:18 PM
    yank.wags_chain yank.wags_chain Dec 30, 2008 3:40 PM Flag

    Shemp,

    I actually own a lot of Walmart and it is and should remain a great investment, plus it pays a good dividend. But I look for a lot greater share price appreciation from CVS in 2009.

    Almost no stock went up this year. Sad but true. If you believe the US is ruined and the economy will remain in the tank, continue to short quality companies like CVS and you will, regretably, make money if you are correct. But I, for one, do not believe the US has lost its economic luster and I see quality companies like CVS BREAKING OUT in 2009 and making lots of gains for me.

    Good luck. But Better Luck to longs that believe in the future of the US and quality companies like this one!

    Happy New Year,

    Yank

  • Reply to

    Just explain this to everyone Yank ! Come on!

    by bananarug4 Dec 29, 2008 9:11 PM
    yank.wags_chain yank.wags_chain Dec 30, 2008 3:31 PM Flag

    Asz kicking? More like a licking from you!

    You now claim you accepted a bet that I made to confront a lying ID (irving_dingleman) whom I believe and you confirm is really YOU. The lie I objected to was that I owned no CVS stock and had no business posting messages there because I lacked resources to buy anything.

    I was a gentleman. When you rushed to accept the bet, I even reconfirmed the terms of the wager because I have a conscience concerning taking advantage of an intellectually challenged cretin like you. But you continue to insist you made the bet, anyway, interspersed with other admissions from you that I do, in fact, own at least the requisite one share of CVS to win the wager based on the terms by which I proposed and confirmed it.

    Consequently, you have lost the wager and owe me $100,000.

    In the best spirit of The New Year, ecumenicism and the upcoming Inauguration of the superior candidate in the last election, as the Owner and CEO of this board, I am instructing you to donate this $100,000 loss on your part to charity. My suggestion? Give it to "The Taiguy School for Unwed Hermaphrodites."

    Happy New Year, LOSER!

    Tata,

    Yank
    Board Owner & CEO

  • Reply to

    Guesses on who will be the next CEO?

    by cmxgen Dec 4, 2008 8:17 PM
    yank.wags_chain yank.wags_chain Dec 29, 2008 4:08 PM Flag

    Kevin Walgreen is my guess.

    Yank
    Board Owner & CEO

  • Reply to

    Wanna see Yank getting schooled by Bananarug?

    by bananarug4 Dec 27, 2008 10:21 PM
    yank.wags_chain yank.wags_chain Dec 29, 2008 4:06 PM Flag

    Aw, banana, we liked you better as irving_dingleman. Maybe you are using this ID because so many of YOUR messages seem to getting deleted?

    Bwahahahahahahaha!

    Yank
    Board Owner & CEO

  • Reply to

    CMXSUX2....did she pass on?

    by lutz_is_female Dec 29, 2008 11:45 AM
    yank.wags_chain yank.wags_chain Dec 29, 2008 3:59 PM Flag

    Still posting here and on the Walgreens board as bananarug4, plus a new ID: irving_dingleman. And, of course, his old "standby" of ivan.paduski.

    No big change, really, except that bananarug4 just admitted to having multiple ID's. Do you think he'll now quit making bets, which he has done many times for many years, that he has a single ID, only?

    How much money do you think he owes? I bet the old posters on the LDG board, alone, are owed a mint!

    Bwahahahahahahahaha! bananarug4 = cmxsux2 = ivan.paduski = RIDICULOUS LOSER!

    Yank

  • Reply to

    Wanna see Yank getting schooled by Bananarug?

    by bananarug4 Dec 27, 2008 10:21 PM
    yank.wags_chain yank.wags_chain Dec 28, 2008 3:18 PM Flag

    How's that last Walgreens' CEO working out for you?

    You know. The one with the "great" quarterly results just released that handled the Longs acquisition?

    Gee, there's just nothing like leadership in the marketplace! JMHO.

    Bwahahahahahahahaha!

    Yank

  • Reply to

    The WAG Star Wars Team Is At It Again!

    by yank.wags_chain Dec 28, 2008 9:33 AM
    yank.wags_chain yank.wags_chain Dec 28, 2008 3:09 PM Flag

    Very truthful post.

    You certainly are.

    Another sad Yank wannabe like banana/cmxsux/ivan.

    Bwahahahahahahahahahaha!

    Yank

  • Reply to

    Wanna see Yank getting schooled by Bananarug?

    by bananarug4 Dec 27, 2008 10:21 PM
    yank.wags_chain yank.wags_chain Dec 28, 2008 1:00 PM Flag

    Yank kicks his butt on the CVS board. Game over!

    Yahoo wipes his messages clean.

    banana admits he is ivan and cmxsux.

    banana admits he lied for years about having just one ID.

    banana's ridiculous IQ claim becomes a joke.

    banana's obvious lack of self-worth becomes a bigger joke.

    the rope goes around banana's neck.

    "Flushhhhhhhhhhhhh!"

    Maybe next time basher.detector can hold his hand and they can take the descent together.

    Bwahahahahahahahahahahaha! Don't drink the blue water!

    Yank

  • Reply to

    The WAG Star Wars Team Is At It Again!

    by yank.wags_chain Dec 28, 2008 9:33 AM
    yank.wags_chain yank.wags_chain Dec 28, 2008 12:51 PM Flag

    The bet was with the ID irving_dingleman whose only relation to you was my parenthetical reference that he, you, cmxsux and ivan.paduski are all, in reality, the same person. Thanks for confirming that all these ID's are yours and you are a multi-ID poster who has lied for YEARs about having a single identity!

    The "small stake" reference was a clearly expressed comparison to the much larger stake of Walgreens shares that I divested some time ago... a fact you would surely recall because for quite some time you derided my dumping of WAG, routinely posting your own estimates of how much money I "lost" by not staying in Walgreens longer, or would have made incrementally by not buying Walmart stock. Note that your financial "exposes" ceased when Walmart stock soared and Walgreens stock sank into the abyss!

    I said I owned a significant position in CVS. I do. In my mind having 3% of my equity portfolio in a single company is significant. Unlike you, who choose to "publish" both your IQ and portfolio value; my dollar figures are confidential except in those rare and very limited instances where I choose to make an exception. This is not one of those times.

    A post was made on the CVS board, attempting to discredit me by claiming I owned no CVS shares had had no business posting messages on the board because of this. When I called "dingleberry" out on this lie, it was YOU that sprang to his defense and rallied hyped-up verbiage to continue to defame me instead of decrying the LIE and my right to post here as a supporter of CVS, a stock you still claim to own.

    You only confirm by your actions what many posters, here, already figured out. You are a liar, a braggart, and ego-maniac and a self-consumed Sophist whose only apparent victories in life come, seemingly, by trying to convince yourself and any other moron who will listen, that you somehow you bested Yank on a silly Yahoo Finance message board.

    Not much of a life, there, dude. I pity you. May you find some real value and self-esteem in 2009.

    Happy New Year,

    Yank

  • Reply to

    Wanna see Yank getting schooled by Bananarug?

    by bananarug4 Dec 27, 2008 10:21 PM
    yank.wags_chain yank.wags_chain Dec 28, 2008 9:40 AM Flag

    The bet was never offered to you. The poster I offered the bet to said I owned NONE. YOU tried to change the terms of the bet when it became apparent you would LOSE due to your own haste and stupidity.

    Hey, why don't you post your IQ again? That was just exquisite in its consummate expression of your larger-than-life ego of huge and totally unwarrented dimensions!

    Bwahahahahahahahaha!

    Yank

  • yank.wags_chain by yank.wags_chain Dec 28, 2008 9:33 AM Flag

    Yup. First they defame me for sticking up for CVS and decrying Walgreens. They claim I have no money and own no stock, then run for momma when I call them out with a sure-thing bet to expose their lie and childishness.

    Then to further control the content of the CVS message board, they multi-star all their own posts (ivan, irving, banana, cmxsux) and attempt to single star mine.

    Try as they may, they cannot make Walgreens a better company or investment than is CVS. I do own some CVS and its value and percentage of my total holdings will only GROW as 2009 brings new investors flocking to its support AND to take advantage of its far superior share price potential.

    Yank

  • Reply to

    WAG 'pharmacists' - a big joke

    by mulligatawny_please Dec 26, 2008 3:50 PM
    yank.wags_chain yank.wags_chain Dec 26, 2008 5:56 PM Flag

    Yeah, you're right! Who is he to think that a extended wait should be anything less than desirable at a Walgreens Pharmacy counter?

    You're kidding, right?

    When you cut hours, cut service and use time-clock gimmicks to disguise the malaise in your overall business plan... something has to give.

    JMHO.

    But I shop elsewhere for Pharmacy and I don't have to wait like this. One store doesn't make for an endemic problem, but lame excuses like yours do if you work for Walgreens.

    What do you do for a living? As if I didn't know!

    Yank

  • Reply to

    Yank Owns This Board!

    by yank.wags_chain Sep 14, 2008 12:10 AM
    yank.wags_chain yank.wags_chain Dec 26, 2008 4:25 PM Flag

    This is your reason to buy Walgreens stock? Because Walmart, CVS and MCD were down, earlier today? A partial-day chart?

    That's the best you got? I don't even own McDonalds, although it has performed very well this year compared to the broad market or WAG.

    So, admit it, LOSER... THERE IS NO REASON TO BUY WALGREENS stock! Right? If I'm wrong, ivan, please inform all board readers why they should buy this pig!

    Waiting on you!

    Tata,

    Yank

  • Reply to

    Yank Owns This Board!

    by yank.wags_chain Sep 14, 2008 12:10 AM
    yank.wags_chain yank.wags_chain Dec 26, 2008 2:29 PM Flag

    Yep, no response from ivan on why there is ANY reasonable hope for Walgreens to turn in a better quarter ending 2/9 than they just delivered.

    It's just like evry other time ivan is asked for something... anything positive about Walgreens.

    All he ever does is launch a barrage of insults and stars before cowardly skulking back into his hole because, after all, there is NOTHING positive to say about WAG's future prospects.

    Right, ivan?

    Bwahahahahahahahahahaha!

    Yank

WAG
59.04-0.23(-0.39%)Oct 1 4:01 PMEDT

Trending Tickers

i
Trending Tickers features significant U.S. stocks showing the most dramatic increase in user interest in Yahoo Finance in the previous hour over historic norms. The list is limited to those equities which trade at least 100,000 shares on an average day and have a market cap of more than $300 million.