- 09 Jun 2005 12:25
Thought Id start this one going because its rather dead on this board at the moment and I suppose all my usual muckers are either at the Stella tennis event watching Dim Tim (lose again) or at Henly Regatta eating cucumber sandwiches (they wish,...NOT).
Anyway please feel free to just talk to yourself blast away and let it go on any company or subject you wish. Just wish Id thought of this one before.
- 09 Jun 2005 21:41
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or can they do missionary position?
- 09 Jun 2005 21:43
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It depends if its an Essex dog Eric.
- 09 Jun 2005 21:54
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We'd better ask dynamite then, Wilbs!
- 09 Jun 2005 21:56
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This may not be what you intended, goldfinger, but the imaginations are boggling alright!
- 09 Jun 2005 21:56
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hmmm--obviously one for the lads but I don't mind lurking it gives an insight into men's tiny minds and etceteras ! MS why don't you give your wife the viagra--she might surprise you. I can just picture you doing a Jack Duckworth!! I don't normally watch Corrie but did see some of it last week--nothing can keep Jack from his pigeons. sorry I'm rambling--it must be because all my shares are struggling!
- 09 Jun 2005 22:45
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mp What's that about minds and tiny etceteras? Surprised at you. Just visited and posted on YOO; would prefer to visit YOU - now there's an investment; well, we do have MOI - in which tu et moi have holdings, je croix.
- 09 Jun 2005 23:41
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9 points to gain a RED FLAG when posting on a USA BB-made me smile!(free speach and alL that)
Someone who hyper-posts on only one stock.
Someone who uses multiple identities.
Some who repeatedly attacks or belittles others on a stock's message boards.
Someone who emerges as the stock's moderator, or even the leader of the discussion group on that stock.
Someone, with a short history in their member profile, who suddenly shows up during a stock run-up, and appears to know "all about" the company.
Someone who is nearly always the first to respond to company developments.
Someone who continuously hints at upcoming news and unannounced contracts.
Someone who hypes the company during the run-up and then "changes" his/her mind and begins attacking the company, its insiders and the project.
Someone who goes out of their way to find bad news about the company and makes a "case" out of it.
- 09 Jun 2005 23:44
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PS-Think i got RED FLAGGED after only one post-lol
- 10 Jun 2005 00:20
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- 10 Jun 2005 10:41
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"Morning Alan "
"Hows life then?"
"Quiet today, Al. Stll licking my wounds from YOO yesterday"
"yeah, me too, Alan"
"Think it will improve then?"
"Hope the worst is over, cos I'm in it as much as you"
"how are your other picks doing then,Al?"
"Well, I'm still chuffed with CSB and BRW. Got into both of them at 30-odd p"
"Wow, me too!"
"remember that first ever investment we did?"
"Yeah, BBC at 50pps. What a time we've had since then."
"Still confident that one will hit 6, Alan?"
"Not bad overall then?"
"Pretty good, Al. Speak to you next time I'm Bored"
"See you again, Alan"
- 10 Jun 2005 10:45
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Hey that guy alan seems to know what he's doing
maybe I'll hang off his coat tails for a while
Is he as good as GF though?????? Mmh!
- 10 Jun 2005 10:50
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I very carefully avoided mentioning my mistakes. Such as MKS (in at 590), BRY (in at 90), LUFC (in at 4), YOO (in at 13). I'm only a tiny little investor, playing for fun. the bloody spreads and dealing costs mean I need 10 baggers just to break even. Calm down dear, It's only a commercial!!
- 10 Jun 2005 11:02
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Alan your definately a sandwich short of a picnic !
- 10 Jun 2005 11:05
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Picnic. Yeah thats another one I lost money on. the plan was the marketing of security devices for builders tools. Liam Neeson was the major shareholder as I recall, but he sold out to Robert Maxwell and It all went downhill from there!!
- 10 Jun 2005 11:14
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Mitch Allen the man who wrote the Hokey Cokey has died at his home in Texas aged 86,
the funeral was going to plan until they went to put him in the coffin,
they put his left leg in,,, and then all hell broke loose....
- 10 Jun 2005 11:16
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Had to bury him though cos he died of asbestosis and it took them 47 attempts to cremate the poor bugger.
- 10 Jun 2005 11:39
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Just thinking to myself its not a bad day at all today, everything seems on the up. Think Ill go for a few pints and a relaxing afternoon on my locals sun lounges.
Hope it doesnt turn into an all day sesh like it did last friday, her indoors wont be speaking to me for another week.......... then again that may be a good idea.
- 10 Jun 2005 13:12
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Why are large companies unable to give accurate delivery slots - why am i wasting a day sitting waiting for Comet to a deliver a washing machine - why isnt the managing agent doing it? When they do turn up, will they bring the right one, will they plumb it in properly, what damage will they cause?
- 10 Jun 2005 13:40
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i suppose, like all of lifes big mysteries, the reality just never lives upto the dream . level 2. heard sooo much about it. got really excited when i saw the free trial. signed up and...... IS THAT IT???? them 2 boxes there???? am i missing something?
ps, terminal is cool!
- 10 Jun 2005 14:11
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I hope you have more luck with Comet than I had Fundy. I ordered a Dyson and on the day of delivery it did'nt show up. A month later after many heated phone calls, I cancelled the order. What I didn't realise was that they had debited my card as soon as I placed the order. It took another month to get my money back. No letter of apology, nothing. The missus was very upset as it was her birthday present. So I bought her a new iron instead. What a generous bloke I am.