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I'm really excited for the airing of grievances. I've got a lot of complaints about you all this year

 

Ah, the airing of grievances.  The highlight of the celebration.  Here's several. 

 

1.  If you're part of the seemingly every growing contingent of younger posters still living at home, please don't offer life advice. 

 

2.  For newer posters, please don't feel the need to weigh in with your views on every single thread.

 

3.  If you post about how much angst you have with your investments and you don't know if you're investing properly, etc, please don't then 5 minutes later offer advice to someone else who asked an investing question.

 

4.  If you're under, say, 30, please feel free to get rid of the world weary tone like you've seen and done it all. 

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I'm really excited for the airing of grievances. I've got a lot of complaints about you all this year

 

Ah, the airing of grievances.  The highlight of the celebration.  Here's several. 

 

1.  If you're part of the seemingly every growing contingent of younger posters still living at home, please don't offer life advice. 

 

2.  For newer posters, please don't feel the need to weigh in with your views on every single thread.

 

3.  If you post about how much angst you have with your investments and you don't know if you're investing properly, etc, please don't then 5 minutes later offer advice to someone else who asked an investing question.

 

4.  If you're under, say, 30, please feel free to get rid of the world weary tone like you've seen and done it all.

 

Dang, good list. I'll get the festivus pole out.

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I'm really excited for the airing of grievances. I've got a lot of complaints about you all this year

 

Ah, the airing of grievances.  The highlight of the celebration.  Here's several. 

 

1.  If you're part of the seemingly every growing contingent of younger posters still living at home, please don't offer life advice. 

 

2.  For newer posters, please don't feel the need to weigh in with your views on every single thread.

 

3.  If you post about how much angst you have with your investments and you don't know if you're investing properly, etc, please don't then 5 minutes later offer advice to someone else who asked an investing question.

 

4.  If you're under, say, 30, please feel free to get rid of the world weary tone like you've seen and done it all.

 

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I'm really excited for the airing of grievances. I've got a lot of complaints about you all this year

 

Ah, the airing of grievances.  The highlight of the celebration.  Here's several. 

 

1.  If you're part of the seemingly every growing contingent of younger posters still living at home, please don't offer life advice. 

 

2.  For newer posters, please don't feel the need to weigh in with your views on every single thread.

 

3.  If you post about how much angst you have with your investments and you don't know if you're investing properly, etc, please don't then 5 minutes later offer advice to someone else who asked an investing question.

 

4.  If you're under, say, 30, please feel free to get rid of the world weary tone like you've seen and done it all.

 

Ah the good old sarcastic holier-than-thou tone, every time I look up for the poster's name it ends up being the same guy. Do you ever contribute anything besides complaining about other people's posts? This board is free to leave if it's such a drag on your life, you know.

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I'm really excited for the airing of grievances. I've got a lot of complaints about you all this year

 

Ah, the airing of grievances.  The highlight of the celebration.  Here's several. 

 

1.  If you're part of the seemingly every growing contingent of younger posters still living at home, please don't offer life advice. 

 

2.  For newer posters, please don't feel the need to weigh in with your views on every single thread.

 

3.  If you post about how much angst you have with your investments and you don't know if you're investing properly, etc, please don't then 5 minutes later offer advice to someone else who asked an investing question.

 

4.  If you're under, say, 30, please feel free to get rid of the world weary tone like you've seen and done it all.

 

Ah the good old sarcastic holier-than-thou tone, every time I look up for the poster's name it ends up being the same guy. Do you ever contribute anything besides complaining about other people's posts? This board is free to leave if it's such a drag on your life, you know.

 

New around here?  Search Kraven's post history.  He's crushed the market investing like Schloss.  While most around here are doing 20-30% with 10 stocks or leverage Kraven is doing similar numbers with 100+ stocks and 20-30% cash.

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I'm really excited for the airing of grievances. I've got a lot of complaints about you all this year

 

Ah, the airing of grievances.  The highlight of the celebration.  Here's several. 

 

1.  If you're part of the seemingly every growing contingent of younger posters still living at home, please don't offer life advice. 

 

2.  For newer posters, please don't feel the need to weigh in with your views on every single thread.

 

3.  If you post about how much angst you have with your investments and you don't know if you're investing properly, etc, please don't then 5 minutes later offer advice to someone else who asked an investing question.

 

4.  If you're under, say, 30, please feel free to get rid of the world weary tone like you've seen and done it all.

 

Ah the good old sarcastic holier-than-thou tone, every time I look up for the poster's name it ends up being the same guy. Do you ever contribute anything besides complaining about other people's posts? This board is free to leave if it's such a drag on your life, you know.

 

Apparently you miss the focal point of Festivus, "The Airing of Grievances" and you sir, are a drag on Festivus.

 

I challenge you in the Feats of Strength and Festivus isn't over until you pin me!

 

 

But on a serious note, you are free to ignore posters who annoy you, I do.

 

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I'm really excited for the airing of grievances. I've got a lot of complaints about you all this year

 

Ah, the airing of grievances.  The highlight of the celebration.  Here's several. 

 

1.  If you're part of the seemingly every growing contingent of younger posters still living at home, please don't offer life advice. 

 

2.  For newer posters, please don't feel the need to weigh in with your views on every single thread.

 

3.  If you post about how much angst you have with your investments and you don't know if you're investing properly, etc, please don't then 5 minutes later offer advice to someone else who asked an investing question.

 

4.  If you're under, say, 30, please feel free to get rid of the world weary tone like you've seen and done it all.

 

Ah the good old sarcastic holier-than-thou tone, every time I look up for the poster's name it ends up being the same guy. Do you ever contribute anything besides complaining about other people's posts? This board is free to leave if it's such a drag on your life, you know.

 

LOL.  This forum is morphing into a strange beast.  I don't know if it's the bull market, Sanjeev's more reduced role, or something else.

 

As oddballstocks said, go read Kraven's post history - one of the sharpest guys in the forum, and probably has one of the best long-term records.

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I'm really excited for the airing of grievances. I've got a lot of complaints about you all this year

 

Ah, the airing of grievances.  The highlight of the celebration.  Here's several. 

 

1.  If you're part of the seemingly every growing contingent of younger posters still living at home, please don't offer life advice. 

 

2.  For newer posters, please don't feel the need to weigh in with your views on every single thread.

 

3.  If you post about how much angst you have with your investments and you don't know if you're investing properly, etc, please don't then 5 minutes later offer advice to someone else who asked an investing question.

 

4.  If you're under, say, 30, please feel free to get rid of the world weary tone like you've seen and done it all.

 

Ah the good old sarcastic holier-than-thou tone, every time I look up for the poster's name it ends up being the same guy. Do you ever contribute anything besides complaining about other people's posts? This board is free to leave if it's such a drag on your life, you know.

 

LOL.  This forum is morphing into a strange beast.  I don't know if it's the bull market, Sanjeev's more reduced role, or something else.

 

As oddballstocks said, go read Kraven's post history - one of the sharpest guys in the forum, and probably has one of the best long-term records.

 

My vote is the something else. I just had a convo with a few other posters yesterday about this very topic. It seems the noise to signal ratio has increased significantly on the noise side.

 

I suspect that is what Kraven is targeting with his funnier comments.

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The funny thing is when you guys talk about Festivus, Google Adsense puts out a "Seinfeld" ad on the message board.  So, Festivus is obviously a target word.  Cheers!

 

I'm going to start talking about porn then.......... :P

 

Hee, Hee: Ron Jeremy, Marilyn Chambers, Debbie Does Dallas, Miley Cyrus Twerking (oh so sickening). 

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I'm really excited for the airing of grievances. I've got a lot of complaints about you all this year

 

Ah, the airing of grievances.  The highlight of the celebration.  Here's several. 

 

1.  If you're part of the seemingly every growing contingent of younger posters still living at home, please don't offer life advice. 

 

2.  For newer posters, please don't feel the need to weigh in with your views on every single thread.

 

3.  If you post about how much angst you have with your investments and you don't know if you're investing properly, etc, please don't then 5 minutes later offer advice to someone else who asked an investing question.

 

4.  If you're under, say, 30, please feel free to get rid of the world weary tone like you've seen and done it all.

 

It's nice to have some contrarian indicators on this board too!

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F**k, I missed Festivus again this year.  G'dam, piss me off. 

 

F--ing Engineers.

 

« Last Edit: December 24, 2014, 12:32:34 PM by Parsad »

 

 

OMG, I got edited by the Parsad.  Well, I got to keep him busy.  He obviously doesn't have enough to do.... 

 

 

 

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I'm really excited for the airing of grievances. I've got a lot of complaints about you all this year

 

Ah, the airing of grievances.  The highlight of the celebration.  Here's several. 

 

1.  If you're part of the seemingly every growing contingent of younger posters still living at home, please don't offer life advice. 

 

2.  For newer posters, please don't feel the need to weigh in with your views on every single thread.

 

3.  If you post about how much angst you have with your investments and you don't know if you're investing properly, etc, please don't then 5 minutes later offer advice to someone else who asked an investing question.

 

4.  If you're under, say, 30, please feel free to get rid of the world weary tone like you've seen and done it all.

 

Ah the good old sarcastic holier-than-thou tone, every time I look up for the poster's name it ends up being the same guy. Do you ever contribute anything besides complaining about other people's posts? This board is free to leave if it's such a drag on your life, you know.

 

New around here?  Search Kraven's post history.  He's crushed the market investing like Schloss.  While most around here are doing 20-30% with 10 stocks or leverage Kraven is doing similar numbers with 100+ stocks and 20-30% cash.

 

I don't care for his returns, he literally just whines like a bitch about other people's comments on every post I see him make. He could return 100000% a day he would still be as useless. Maybe it used to be different eons ago, I don't know but the 2kewl4skewl act just derails threads at best. There's a lot to learn on this board from and for members of all skill levels, if he doesn't want to deal with the lower-skilled among us he can stick to VIC, apparently it's all big boys pants there.

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F**k, I missed Festivus again this year.  G'dam, piss me off. 

 

F--ing Engineers.

 

« Last Edit: December 24, 2014, 12:32:34 PM by Parsad »

 

 

OMG, I got edited by the Parsad.  Well, I got to keep him busy.  He obviously doesn't have enough to do.... 

 

 

 

 

"F--ing Engineers. "

 

Why would firing engineers be censored? Engineers get fired all the time. S-t happens.

 

 

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