Seems to be an awful lot of personal stuff on the boards these days - more of that than people actually discussing the company a lot of the time! I think a lot of the time people forget that most posts are just someone's opinion and few if any really ever know exactly what is going on - obviously some info leaks before RNSs come, especially on drills or anything else where a lot of people are involved, but some of the claims made on some of these boards would require leaks at board level, and i would expect that if anyone did get a whisper from someone really high up they wouldn't be leaking it all over the forums anyway! It never makes sense to me that if you knew certain news was coming, rather than keeping quiet and buying all that you can as cheaply as possible, you'd splash it all over a forum meaning that you had to pay a higher price yourself (same goes for 'leaks' over the weekend - most GKP takeover rumours seemed to come then, rather than 'those in the know' waiting until the market opened so they could buy first LOL). I think this share game brings out the worst in some people unfortunately!
Hi Jeff Clarke. I would have thought the 2.5m washdown we gave you on XEL with the Scottish T***'s after the attempted sponge would have taught you a lesson in manners? How is the Scottish tranny doing? Still shaving the beard 3 times a day?
How is Holden doing? still doing up that bungalow?
Maybe a google earth link to emulate BMD will cause you to finally stfu?
Time to spill the beans on the multi ID's on a few stocks to use up the remaining 11 days i am paying for.
Chris2 on the LSE board - Christopher Holden?
As for your inept observation at the post this morning Jeff, how on god's green earth do you think i was able to post on the 13th May that the EEAA would be signed on the 21st? You know as the 'other' chris knows how i manage to do that and you also know that we do not suffer fools or 2bob wkrs like yourself.
Some here believe you to be an unknown DH who has a gripe after a loss but we know different do we not? :)
ps. it is "juvenilistic".
Funny how the 3 of you all have terrible spelling problems.
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