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  • On 20 Nov 2014 in I'm liquidating all my stocks and going to cash, rooemoore said:

    Call it Crazy says

    rooemoore says

    Iwog was probably a year early. But you've been a bear for years around here, so mocking him for his mistake seems odd.

    The difference is, I don't start NEW threads beating my chest looking for admiration from readers for my new predictions. Posting an opinion is one thing, starting a whole new thread looking for ego strokes is a whole different animal.

    900+ threads and none of them were self aggrandizing? Really? You want to stick by that? I've seen you post shit that backs up your previous predictions over and over again (and conveniently ignore what discredits your theories)

  • On 20 Nov 2014 in I'm liquidating all my stocks and going to cash, rooemoore said:

    Call it Crazy says

    It's the other way around. Anyone who ran to the exits based on your wrong call should not listen to you.

    It was a 5% correction followed by a rise of 3.6% since your prediction.

    You can admit you were wrong, but I'd doubt that you will.

    Iwog was probably a year early. But you've been a bear for years around here, so mocking him for his mistake seems odd.

  • On 19 Nov 2014 in Polar Vortex 2.0 Arrives - All 50 States Will Freeze Tonight, rooemoore said:

    Call it Crazy says

    rooemoore says

    Extreme cold, extreme hot, extreme wet, extreme dry etc.

    Thanks for reporting the extreme cold and helping prove that global warming is a real problem.

    You're welcome... I can see that 1.5 degree rise over 120 years is really an issue... Boy, I'm really sweating here because of the heat!!

    Funny how "warming" makes for new lower "cold" records for the century? Must be some sort of liberal logic again....

    I guess it's easy to dismiss the analysis of brilliant people who have dedicated their lives to science when you don't feel you have a real stake in the problem. I bet if your child had cancer you'd probably be more willing to listen to an expert. THEN, you'd want the best and brightest - the "elite" that you normally mock. THEN you'd be listening to what the 97% say.

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