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    Better known as legal manipulation. GOOG up over 11. Fantastic selling opportunity. Many others as this market will be headed south next month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NY4Ever
    Better known as legal manipulation. GOOG up over 11. Fantastic selling opportunity. Many others as this market will be headed south next month.
    How long have you been saying this now for? Hey why don't you make a thread called "My Speculative Predicitons" so that you don't have your posts all over the place... thanks

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    Well, he has
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    and also Market Analysis, which he started himself.

    In general, it is nice when people contain themselves a bit, and post related commentary, f.i. their market analyses, as much as possible in one thread and don't start threads all over the place. But that doesn't mean that you are never allowed to start another thread. It is easy to make a bookmark for Your Very Own Thread, so "I couldn't find it in a hurry" or related mumblings don't cut it.

    As a policy this seems pretty common sense to me. If the shoe fits ... , and all that sort of thing.

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    How long have you been saying this now for? Hey why don't you make a thread called "My Speculative Predicitons" so that you don't have your posts all over the place... thanks>>

    why don't you put me on ignore AS.....?

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    I would appreciate it if people would try to remain polite. "Do unto others ..." et cetera.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NY4Ever
    How long have you been saying this now for? Hey why don't you make a thread called "My Speculative Predicitons" so that you don't have your posts all over the place... thanks>>

    why don't you put me on ignore AS.....?
    ASset to the community?

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    I would appreciate it if people would try to remain polite.>>

    I would appreciate it if you would try to show some impartiality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NY4Ever
    I would appreciate it if you would try to show some impartiality.
    Do you mean that my statement is not applicable to dmk112's message in this thread?

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    Do you mean that my statement is not applicable to dmk112's message in this thread?>>

    dmk112 is a clone of Steckler. He has never posted anything regarding any of my posts which haven't been pure sarcasm and you are impotent to put a stop to it. So much for a class board.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NY4Ever
    dmk112 is a clone of Steckler. He has never posted anything regarding any of my posts which haven't been pure sarcasm and you are impotent to put a stop to it. So much for a class board.
    I see. But this wasn't pure sarcasm: he did have a point. He could have been politer, but the point remains.

    You give the impression of having a frightfully short fuse, and appear to have a tendency to overreact. Why not put these guys on ignore? A lofty silence would look much better than swearing in dots.

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