Why I’m Not Posting

December 6, 2010
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Because of pricks like this.

Stoopid Award Winner oi the year Cody Willard and Jimmy Jonestown Massacre Cramer.

“And by coming app bubble, I mean that we are talking about the biggest revolution we’ve seen since Internet bubble in the 90s. I’ve had some big hits over the last decade investing, including having gotten readers and my partners into Apple at $7 and Google the day it came public at $95 and F5 at $20.”

Stop right their dick weed. The second you and baldy admit this is a bubble you are done. Why? You will never say sell to your herd. Screw the half off the table garbage. If it is a bubble. When you say sell, get the hell out.

Also, what about the aftermath? The wealth destruction? And these guys cheer it on while admitting it is a bubble?

You suck both suck. As if two bubbles weren’t enough, we need number three like a hole in the head. Actually we are in it and Cody and Jimmy’s application bubble will be DOA like Cramer’s Winners of the New World horse crap.

Don’t mess with people any more. You have done enough damage. Leave people alone.

Second. The fact that both of these bone heads would promote another psychologically and eventually monetarily damaging bubble to stoopid people after the sheeple have been sheered twice is criminal.

So let’s take a look at the definition of “revolution” both of these pricks are predicting. The world will change because of crap you download onto a phone viewing it with a three inch screen? Holy crap. I can’t wait for this!

1. Complete change from one constitution to another
2. Modification of an existing constitution.[3]

Revolutions have occurred through human history and vary widely in terms of methods, duration, and motivating ideology. Their results include major changes in culture, economy, and socio-political institutions.

So I am supposed to believe a stoopid phone is going to be the cause of our next revolution? A damn phone? Are you kidding? This will cause a Revolution? Our Clowngressman and women take a whiz on the Constitution and no one gives a sheet yet smart phone applications are going to cause a Revolution?

So the bubble thesis of these two bozos is based on a human beings becoming phone application addicts. If that is these clowns idea of a revolution, these two pin heads should be arrested.

But wait! It’s a social Revolution!

Such revolutions are usually recognized as having transformed in society, culture, philosophy and technology much more than political systems; they are often known as social revolutions.[16] Some can be global, while others are limited to single countries. One of the classic examples of the usage of the word revolution in such context is the industrial revolution (note that such revolutions also fit the “slow revolution” definition of Tocqueville).[17]

Oh, now I see, the two headed pump monkey is going. People will be staring at three inch screens watching Rocky One on airplanes thus making Crapple richer and people blind.

Look at what happened to my dog. He downloaded a Pac Man application two weeks ago. He died yesterday after not being able to sleep for a week.

Personally I have more faith in the human race than these two pin heads’ delusional rantings, barking for fees, money, and incessant stock pumping. These two individuals epitomize everything that is wrong with the stock market.

Conclusion: To these two fools, this is what our economy has come down to. American people spending money on stoopid crap, mass consumption, stoopidity, and addiction to phones made in China.

That’s why there is nothing to write about concerning the stock market until reality starts creeping back, if it ever does again. We are so far gone, I would not be surprised if, in the next decade, we see this whole pile of crap shut down and re tooled. Complete implosion.

I will still do stoopid videos on the FED and CNBS, but at this point it’s pointless to elaborate on the same old crap all the time, when the market is effectively rigged by an unelected, out of control Federal Reserve. If I spot something idiotic I’ll mock it, but everything is redundant. No days are different. No news matters. Nothing is discounted. Markets are not efficient.

Eventually the TURD portfolio will crash. Apple will crash. All the stuff that’s floating away like a fairy will crash.

There is nothing to write about until the rigging ends.

That is why I have not been posting.

There is no stock market. And it will implode without any bears on board either.

What would the market be like if news dissemination was on level ground? What if the minute you get the news, Goldman Sucks gets it? What if there was no Crapvision to spread rumors? What if there was no Bob Pissani convulsing in front of a heat map in his boxers and black socks?

What if there was no Whiskey Haines, Lost Money, Dark Brown Hair colored Joe Kernan, Soccer Mom Sue Herrera, Mr. Mustard Seed Kudlow, or Jimmy Jones Cramer?

What if wire houses were forbidden to raise price targets and front run stocks? What if there were no weekly options or high frequency trading?

What if stocks were priced based on what they were really worth without phony accounting gimmicks being used and E Bit Duh bullshit?

This is why the market is rigged– because it would not be open without all this crap.

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4 Responses to Why I’m Not Posting

  1. Ag's Nightmare on December 7, 2010 at 12:21 am

    The ink ain’t even dry on this one and I just saw this hit the wire.

    http://blogs.marketwatch.com/cody/2010/12/07/50-stocks-for-the-app-revolution-and-this-might-be-the-one-that-goes-up-1000/?mod=yahoo_hs

    How about 50 stocks that will be toast or on the pink sheets in a decade?

  2. cheeks on December 7, 2010 at 4:26 pm

    no surprise he’s hawking his new book for the low, low price of $79

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