Sunday, October 14, 2007

 

More Lotto


Just in case you didn't know, more lotto tickets are coming to market, vis a vis IPO fun.

Your watch list includes: NED, FUQI, and the big dog LFT.

Happy trading-- and a fuck a you, or D'iu lay.

NOTE: 3:10 to Yuma was 2007's second best movie, with #1 being 300, of course.

Comments:
I kinda like sucki FUQI. You have happy ending wif robster?
 
racist.
 
camel jockey
 
arthropodist.
 
Concerning Chinese IPO fun, does Alibaba.com go on the watch list?
 
Any of you see the Kim Kardashian video?
http://www.zshare.net/download/3230724ba79690/

Any of you guys own or trade in NVEC?
 
jeremy,

Keep an eye on YHOO as they already have a 40 percent stake in the Chinese firm's parent, Alibaba Group, which took over Yahoo's China operations in 2005 and has been reorganizing it since.

I look for the IPO to move, and the best way to play it is via yhoo.
 
cheesefries,

I was think the same thing, but I'm not entirely convinced that it wouldn't be an VMW/EMC type of affair.
 
Gapping, whatever the frack that was, it got cock-blocked by my super duper secret spyware blocking genii.

Any of you that have effed up computing in the next few days/weeks, you know whom to thank.
 
Fly

You know you are only boosting his Google page rank when you link to his site right?
 
That is slope of green dope.
 
"The Fly" likes the Dope on a Slope guy. He amuses me.

Plus anyway, I don't care about traffic or google page ranks.

That's for fucktards.
 
Seriously? 3:10 to Yuma? One of the cheesiest movies I've seen in a while. You liked it? Seriously?
 
Fuck you Gene Siskel.

3:10 to Yuma owned.
 
I'm a sucker for a good Western. "Unforgiven" resides in my top five.

Was it better than "Unforgiven?"
 
Roadshow presentations for new IPOs, including NED, FUQI, and LFT, can be viewed here:

http://retailroadshow.com/index.asp

If everyone already knows about the site, treat yourself to a flying fuck at a rolling donut.
 
Jake--

I thought it was.
 
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