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Date: Fri Oct 09 1998 17:02
Realistic (@farfel - New lows in Gold ***new***) ID#410194:
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Back in April, you said that Gold wouldn't retest it's lows....

Not only Gold retested its lows but went further down another $25!

Given your past predictions of a bear market in bonds ( the opposite happened ) , a collapse in the stock market in spring ( that didn't happen either, and again the opposite occured with new highs ) and an upcoming so-called short squeeze in Gold that never materialized either, can you tell us what systems and line of thinking you are using when predicting markets and when investing money so that we could all avoid predicting the same way, therefore increasing our chances to be the right side of the markets?

Thanks.

Date: Mon Apr 13 1998 21:19
farfel ( @JTF...I do not believe gold will retest its lows... ) ID#340302:
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...for one fundamental reason...

...if gold were to fall below 300 again, then it would probably indicate the resumption of the gold bear. In other words, I believe such a downward move would prove psychologically devastating to gold longs and I would expect there would be huge capitulation, taking the metal down to 200 or less over a relatively short period of time. Since I fervently believe we are a gold bull...given the amazing strength of gold recently in the face of a spate of continuous daily negatives and Wall Street maneuvres attacking the metal...therefore I cannot foresee the scenario allowing for such a severe retraction.

On the other hand, I see increasing evidence of an imminent BUY PANIC developing just around the corner for both gold and silver.

Thanks.

F*




Date: Mon Apr 13 1998 21:19
farfel ( @JTF...I do not believe gold will retest its lows... ) ID#340302:
Copyright © 1998 farfel/Kitco Inc. All rights reserved
...for one fundamental reason...

...if gold were to fall below 300 again, then it would probably indicate the resumption of the gold bear. In other words, I believe such a downward move would prove psychologically devastating to gold longs and I would expect there would be huge capitulation, taking the metal down to 200 or less over a relatively short period of time. Since I fervently believe we are a gold bull...given the amazing strength of gold recently in the face of a spate of continuous daily negatives and Wall Street maneuvres attacking the metal...therefore I cannot foresee the scenario allowing for such a severe retraction.

On the other hand, I see increasing evidence of an imminent BUY PANIC developing just around the corner for both gold and silver.

Thanks.

F*

Date: Fri Oct 09 1998 16:51
Realistic (@farfel - The bond market ***new***) ID#410194:
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In the midst of a healthy correction from panicky record levels of around 135 ( !!! ) , bonds are still a full 10 points ( ! ) above levels of last March.

8 months ago, bonds were around 118.00.

People who invested in bonds around March and April of this year, have been part of one of the most amazing bull market of the board this year.

What are your friends thinking of this huge move Farfel?

Date: Tue Mar 03 1998 22:03
farfel ( @DONALD...YOU SAY DEFLATION, FRIEDMAN SAYS INFLATION, AND I SAY... ) ID#28585:
NEO-STAGFLATION....

I warned many friends to avoid this Wall Street propagandistic manipulation...in fact, I went down on my knees with some of them and BEGGED THEM not to place any monies in bonds. I categorically predicted the current bearish scenario now unfolding in the bond market; it will only exacerbate as the TORRENT of newly printed money ( printed in the aftermath of the October crash in order to maintain liquidity ) begins to hammer bonds even further over the short-term..

Date: Fri Oct 09 1998 16:49
Realistic (@farfel - The gold market) ID#410194:
Copyright © 1998 Realistic/Kitco Inc. All rights reserved
Farfel,

Do you still buy more when Gold goes down like lately? Do you still don't care and buy more? Any news about the promised Gold short squeeze?

Please let us know, thanks.

Date: Tue Mar 31 1998 19:30
farfel ( ) ID#340302:
Copyright © 1998 farfel/Kitco Inc. All rights reserved
...while I was down at the unemployment office, I got into a lengthy chat with all the fellas standing in line. Drunk as I was, I still managed to explain quite coherently my favorable opinions on gold as an investment asset.

By the time I finished, an amazing thing happened. All the guys were chanting...some weird, sing-song slogan...I think it went something like this...

I DON'T CARE...I'M BUYING MORE.
I DON'T CARE...I'M BUYING MORE.
I DON'T CARE...I'M BUYING MORE.

Now, I can't predict what the cumulative purchasing power of some 30 unemployment cheques will have on the price of gold but every little bit counts, don't you think?

Fondest,

F*

Date: Fri Oct 09 1998 16:49
Realistic (@farfel - The gold market) ID#410194:
Copyright © 1998 Realistic/Kitco Inc. All rights reserved
Farfel,

Do you still buy more when Gold goes down like lately? Do you still don't care and buy more? Any news about the promised Gold short squeeze?

Please let us know, thanks.

Date: Tue Mar 31 1998 19:30
farfel ( ) ID#340302:
Copyright © 1998 farfel/Kitco Inc. All rights reserved
...while I was down at the unemployment office, I got into a lengthy chat with all the fellas standing in line. Drunk as I was, I still managed to explain quite coherently my favorable opinions on gold as an investment asset.

By the time I finished, an amazing thing happened. All the guys were chanting...some weird, sing-song slogan...I think it went something like this...

I DON'T CARE...I'M BUYING MORE.
I DON'T CARE...I'M BUYING MORE.
I DON'T CARE...I'M BUYING MORE.

Now, I can't predict what the cumulative purchasing power of some 30 unemployment cheques will have on the price of gold but every little bit counts, don't you think?

Fondest,

F*

Date: Fri Oct 09 1998 16:49
Realistic (@farfel - The gold market) ID#410194:
Copyright © 1998 Realistic/Kitco Inc. All rights reserved
Farfel,

Do you still buy more when Gold goes down like lately? Do you still don't care and buy more? Any news about the promised Gold short squeeze?

Please let us know, thanks.

Date: Tue Mar 31 1998 19:30
farfel ( ) ID#340302:
Copyright © 1998 farfel/Kitco Inc. All rights reserved
...while I was down at the unemployment office, I got into a lengthy chat with all the fellas standing in line. Drunk as I was, I still managed to explain quite coherently my favorable opinions on gold as an investment asset.

By the time I finished, an amazing thing happened. All the guys were chanting...some weird, sing-song slogan...I think it went something like this...

I DON'T CARE...I'M BUYING MORE.
I DON'T CARE...I'M BUYING MORE.
I DON'T CARE...I'M BUYING MORE.

Now, I can't predict what the cumulative purchasing power of some 30 unemployment cheques will have on the price of gold but every little bit counts, don't you think?

Fondest,

F*

Date: Fri Oct 09 1998 16:48
Realistic (@farfel) ID#410194:
Farfel, can you tell us when will the market collapse as it certainly didnt do so last Spring as you announced it will.

Thanks.

Date: Sat Mar 07 1998 17:50
farfel ( WHY A STOCK MARKET COLLAPSE WILL OCCUR THIS SPRING, NOT IN FALL... ) ID#339265:
Once the American stock market collapses ( along with the Dollar ) , there will be significant instablility in the world financial markets. The net effect: essential commodities will revalue themselves upward ( in U.S. dollar terms ) in an astounding slingshot effect

Date: Fri Oct 09 1998 16:48
Realistic (@farfel) ID#410194:
Farfel, can you tell us when will the market collapse as it certainly didnt do so last Spring as you announced it will.

Thanks.

Date: Sat Mar 07 1998 17:50
farfel ( WHY A STOCK MARKET COLLAPSE WILL OCCUR THIS SPRING, NOT IN FALL... ) ID#339265:
Once the American stock market collapses ( along with the Dollar ) , there will be significant instablility in the world financial markets. The net effect: essential commodities will revalue themselves upward ( in U.S. dollar terms ) in an astounding slingshot effect

Date: Fri Oct 09 1998 16:47
Realistic (@farfel) ID#410194:
Farfel, can you tell us when will the market collapse as it certainly didnt do so last Spring as you announced it will.

Thanks.

Date: Sat Mar 07 1998 17:50
farfel ( WHY A STOCK MARKET COLLAPSE WILL OCCUR THIS SPRING, NOT IN FALL... ) ID#339265:
Once the American stock market collapses ( along with the Dollar ) , there will be significant instablility in the world financial markets. The net effect: essential commodities will revalue themselves upward ( in U.S. dollar terms ) in an astounding slingshot effect

Date: Fri Oct 09 1998 15:18
farfel (On the Other Hand, a Very Incisive Post....) ID#339265:
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Date: Fri Oct 09 1998 14:42
sno__A ( XAU to high?...may be boomers ) ID#289417:
I think, what we may be seeing, is the boomers moving into gold mutual
funds/mining shares.....going by past experience, they don't care about
underlying value, as long as something is moving up...so pm stocks may
rise, even if gold stays flat....good luck....steve

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Steve, in his post above, has incisively evaluated the New Gold Market we are entering.

Fellas, throw away your gold/Xau ratios, DOW/Gold ratios, etc.

As I wrote some time ago, we have entered into a Gold Bull or a New Gold Paradigm. With baby boomers anxiously transferring monies from astronomical Internet stocks, high P/E'd Dow stocks, etc., then we can expect to see them push XAU stocks into stratospheric levels. The old rules will no longer apply. THe gold technicians need to accept the reality that the narrow movements of both gold and the XAU are coming to an end and we will see incredible volatility, with the dramatic up-spikes far exceeding the downspikes.

Yesterday, I received a call from Vegas from an old friend. Since she knows I am very involved in gold, she desperately wanted some advice about how to buy gold. She informed me that her kids have separate trusts and the funds are invested in CD's earning nominal interest. She does not like equities or bonds so she wanted to put monies into gold.

What portion of the trusts do you wish to place in gold, I asked her.

SHe answered, ALL OF IT!

I was taken aback by her gold bullishness and I suggested that she might be a little too enthusiastic. However, she was adamant.

ALL OF IT, she kept insisting.

So, I provided her some info and said goodbye.

She is 39 years old, a true baby boomer. If she is any indication of the New Baby BOom move into gold, then the CB's will powerless to control the POG for any notable lenght of time.

Thanks.

F*

Date: Fri Oct 09 1998 15:18
farfel (On the Other Hand, a Very Incisive Post....) ID#339265:
Copyright © 1998 farfel/Kitco Inc. All rights reserved
Date: Fri Oct 09 1998 14:42
sno__A ( XAU to high?...may be boomers ) ID#289417:
I think, what we may be seeing, is the boomers moving into gold mutual
funds/mining shares.....going by past experience, they don't care about
underlying value, as long as something is moving up...so pm stocks may
rise, even if gold stays flat....good luck....steve

----------------------------------------------------------------

Steve, in his post above, has incisively evaluated the New Gold Market we are entering.

Fellas, throw away your gold/Xau ratios, DOW/Gold ratios, etc.

As I wrote some time ago, we have entered into a Gold Bull or a New Gold Paradigm. With baby boomers anxiously transferring monies from astronomical Internet stocks, high P/E'd Dow stocks, etc., then we can expect to see them push XAU stocks into stratospheric levels. The old rules will no longer apply. THe gold technicians need to accept the reality that the narrow movements of both gold and the XAU are coming to an end and we will see incredible volatility, with the dramatic up-spikes far exceeding the downspikes.

Yesterday, I received a call from Vegas from an old friend. Since she knows I am very involved in gold, she desperately wanted some advice about how to buy gold. She informed me that her kids have separate trusts and the funds are invested in CD's earning nominal interest. She does not like equities or bonds so she wanted to put monies into gold.

What portion of the trusts do you wish to place in gold, I asked her.

SHe answered, ALL OF IT!

I was taken aback by her gold bullishness and I suggested that she might be a little too enthusiastic. However, she was adamant.

ALL OF IT, she kept insisting.

So, I provided her some info and said goodbye.

She is 39 years old, a true baby boomer. If she is any indication of the New Baby BOom move into gold, then the CB's will powerless to control the POG for any notable lenght of time.

Thanks.

F*

Date: Fri Oct 09 1998 14:49
farfel (American Ethnocentric Analysis of Gold is Invalid....) ID#339265:
Copyright © 1998 farfel/Kitco Inc. All rights reserved
The post at the bottom of this page is an interesting analysis of today's gold action. It is a deterministic view of the market and very American-centric in its assumption that the FED is controlling all present day movements of markets across the globe. However, nothing could be further from the Truth right now.

In fact, global currency havoc and global financial market chaos is running at such a pace that it is preposterous to presume that the FED or any other American financial arm of the government can control the POG right now. Any such control might be effective for a short span of time
( only days maybe? ) ...but in the medium-term, forget about it!

Left field events are popping up on almost a weekly, at times daily, pace.

Quite simply, the FED is losing control of its hegemony over the economic fate of the world. America itself is no longer viewed by foreigners as an inviolate safe haven, based on the past few days dismal performance of the US buck, the bond, and equities markets.

As such, today's gold downslide could easily be reversed, and then some,
in the wink of an eye.

Based upon developments from the past IMF meeting, there is absolutely NO
global consensus as to what should be done in terms of concerted macro economic policy.

This is a powder keg ready to blow...and when it does, equities and bonds
go down together.

Gold is the only remaining flight to safety. It's potential upside move remains explosive...and there ain't nothing the FED can do to prevent it.

Thanks.

F*

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Date: Fri Oct 09 1998 14:30
LSteve ( Excessive pessimism ) ID#316256:
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Ok, golds down a little today, mining stocks are doing some retreating. What do we know. Apparently the Fed
can control the price of gold. So all this talk of Japenese and Indians buying gold isn't going to affect the POG.
What we've got are hedge funds that are in deep kim she. Think about it. The head of one fund that just went
into receivership didn't bother calling his banker, hell he went straight to the Fed. Ah, the Fed again. Also
rumors are that the options don't expire till December. They don't want gold to get cheap again because that
would fuel the fear of deflation..depression. They can't let gold get above $310 because the hedge funds would
really get hammered and possibly induce global financial meltdown. So what will happen. They'll keep the
price right at $300.00 until the hedge funds they care about are unwound, then they'll let gold go up again.
When? End of this year, early next year. Meanwhile gold equities will get a little cheaper, and then off to the
races again. Take this opportunity to buy, cause I ain't seen nothing that says the meltdown has been averted,
and Y2K still lurks out there waiting to unleash its chaos. Next week we'll be talking about Brazil alot!!

Date: Fri Oct 09 1998 14:49
farfel (American Ethnocentric Analysis of Gold is Invalid....) ID#339265:
Copyright © 1998 farfel/Kitco Inc. All rights reserved
The post at the bottom of this page is an interesting analysis of today's gold action. It is a deterministic view of the market and very American-centric in its assumption that the FED is controlling all present day movements of markets across the globe. However, nothing could be further from the Truth right now.

In fact, global currency havoc and global financial market chaos is running at such a pace that it is preposterous to presume that the FED or any other American financial arm of the government can control the POG right now. Any such control might be effective for a short span of time
( only days maybe? ) ...but in the medium-term, forget about it!

Left field events are popping up on almost a weekly, at times daily, pace.

Quite simply, the FED is losing control of its hegemony over the economic fate of the world. America itself is no longer viewed by foreigners as an inviolate safe haven, based on the past few days dismal performance of the US buck, the bond, and equities markets.

As such, today's gold downslide could easily be reversed, and then some,
in the wink of an eye.

Based upon developments from the past IMF meeting, there is absolutely NO
global consensus as to what should be done in terms of concerted macro economic policy.

This is a powder keg ready to blow...and when it does, equities and bonds
go down together.

Gold is the only remaining flight to safety. It's potential upside move remains explosive...and there ain't nothing the FED can do to prevent it.

Thanks.

F*

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Date: Fri Oct 09 1998 14:30
LSteve ( Excessive pessimism ) ID#316256:
Copyright © 1998 LSteve/Kitco Inc. All rights reserved
Ok, golds down a little today, mining stocks are doing some retreating. What do we know. Apparently the Fed
can control the price of gold. So all this talk of Japenese and Indians buying gold isn't going to affect the POG.
What we've got are hedge funds that are in deep kim she. Think about it. The head of one fund that just went
into receivership didn't bother calling his banker, hell he went straight to the Fed. Ah, the Fed again. Also
rumors are that the options don't expire till December. They don't want gold to get cheap again because that
would fuel the fear of deflation..depression. They can't let gold get above $310 because the hedge funds would
really get hammered and possibly induce global financial meltdown. So what will happen. They'll keep the
price right at $300.00 until the hedge funds they care about are unwound, then they'll let gold go up again.
When? End of this year, early next year. Meanwhile gold equities will get a little cheaper, and then off to the
races again. Take this opportunity to buy, cause I ain't seen nothing that says the meltdown has been averted,
and Y2K still lurks out there waiting to unleash its chaos. Next week we'll be talking about Brazil alot!!

Date: Fri Oct 09 1998 10:58
Realistic (@farfel - The bond market ***new***) ID#410194:
Copyright © 1998 Realistic/Kitco Inc. All rights reserved
In the midst of a healthy correction from panicky record levels of around 135 ( !!! ) , bonds are still a full 10 points ( ! ) above levels of last March.

8 months ago, bonds were around 118.00.

People who invested in bonds around March and April of this year, have been part of one of the most amazing bull market of the board this year.

What are your friends thinking of this huge move Farfel?

Date: Tue Mar 03 1998 22:03
farfel ( @DONALD...YOU SAY DEFLATION, FRIEDMAN SAYS INFLATION, AND I SAY... ) ID#28585:
NEO-STAGFLATION....

I warned many friends to avoid this Wall Street propagandistic manipulation...in fact, I went down on my knees with some of them and BEGGED THEM not to place any monies in bonds. I categorically predicted the current bearish scenario now unfolding in the bond market; it will only exacerbate as the TORRENT of newly printed money ( printed in the aftermath of the October crash in order to maintain liquidity ) begins to hammer bonds even further over the short-term..

Date: Fri Oct 09 1998 10:54
Realistic (@farfel - the stock market) ID#410194:
Farfel, can you tell us when will the market collapse as it certainly didnt do so last Spring as you announced it will.

Thanks.

Date: Sat Mar 07 1998 17:50
farfel ( WHY A STOCK MARKET COLLAPSE WILL OCCUR THIS SPRING, NOT IN FALL... ) ID#339265:
Once the American stock market collapses ( along with the Dollar ) , there will be significant instablility in the world financial markets. The net effect: essential commodities will revalue themselves upward ( in U.S. dollar terms ) in an astounding slingshot effect

Date: Fri Oct 09 1998 10:52
Realistic (@farfel - The Gold market) ID#410194:
Copyright © 1998 Realistic/Kitco Inc. All rights reserved
Farfel,

Do you still buy more when Gold goes down like lately? Do you still don't care and buy more? Any news about the promised Gold short squeeze?

Please let us know, thanks.

Date: Tue Mar 31 1998 19:30
farfel ( ) ID#340302:
Copyright © 1998 farfel/Kitco Inc. All rights reserved
...while I was down at the unemployment office, I got into a lengthy chat with all the fellas standing in line. Drunk as I was, I still managed to explain quite coherently my favorable opinions on gold as an investment asset.

By the time I finished, an amazing thing happened. All the guys were chanting...some weird, sing-song slogan...I think it went something like this...

I DON'T CARE...I'M BUYING MORE.
I DON'T CARE...I'M BUYING MORE.
I DON'T CARE...I'M BUYING MORE.

Now, I can't predict what the cumulative purchasing power of some 30 unemployment cheques will have on the price of gold but every little bit counts, don't you think?

Fondest,

F*

Date: Fri Oct 09 1998 10:52
Realistic (@farfel) ID#410194:
Copyright © 1998 Realistic/Kitco Inc. All rights reserved
Farfel,

Do you still buy more when Gold goes down like lately? Do you still don't care and buy more? Any news about the promised Gold short squeeze?

Please let us know, thanks.

Date: Tue Mar 31 1998 19:30
farfel ( ) ID#340302:
Copyright © 1998 farfel/Kitco Inc. All rights reserved
...while I was down at the unemployment office, I got into a lengthy chat with all the fellas standing in line. Drunk as I was, I still managed to explain quite coherently my favorable opinions on gold as an investment asset.

By the time I finished, an amazing thing happened. All the guys were chanting...some weird, sing-song slogan...I think it went something like this...

I DON'T CARE...I'M BUYING MORE.
I DON'T CARE...I'M BUYING MORE.
I DON'T CARE...I'M BUYING MORE.

Now, I can't predict what the cumulative purchasing power of some 30 unemployment cheques will have on the price of gold but every little bit counts, don't you think?

Fondest,

F*

Date: Fri Oct 09 1998 02:29
Explorer (In American/Italiano) ID#230243:
Copyright © 1998 Explorer/Kitco Inc. All rights reserved

The word GaBeep ( the G pronounces as in Goivanni or Guisseppi ) has the meaning In Mafioso Speak : as a devoted soldier, a dedicated hitman whose devotion to the Capo and the organization goes unquestioned.
In the US Government we also have dedicated people, but these flunkies when compared to those who follow the code of OMERTA are amatuers.
In fact these government hacks follow the code of La'Merda.

These devoted hacks are termed eLGa Beeps and at Kitco they roam free to deceive.
Reading their trite will be dangerous to your financial health and a waste of your time.

Date: Fri Oct 09 1998 02:11
farfel (@PH in LA....you're right....) ID#339265:
Copyright © 1998 farfel/Kitco Inc. All rights reserved
I hate to rag on Bart. Having spoken with him in the past, he seems like a pleasant fella. I can't say I agree with his philosophy on the economy which, based on past conversation, seems very Bullish and pro-Establishment. He seemed to be quite happy with the status quo and not at all particularly pro-gold.

Yet, I, too, have grown weary of this site. Tired of attempting to get gold quotes in a timely fashion...and they NEVER are timely. Impossible to access this site on busy days. I do not understand Bart. He has had at least a full year to fix this site and make it work properly. Yet, it is completely frozen whenever things heat up to any degree. The entire thing is broken. It seems whenever you access the forum, there is always some gold quote showing the metal DOWN a certain sum...even on days when gold is flying high. Is it accidental or purposeful? I don't know.

I realize that nobody is directly paying him for access to the site. It's a free lunch so I suppøse nobody has a capitalist right to complain. Still, it seems to make more sense to get free quotes off Yahoo! or Bloomberg than Kitco. What is the point of coming here if it takes forever to load data...and forever to post material? It's an enormous waste of time. I believe that if he does not quickly remedy the problem, then a competitive site will arise shortly.

Finally, of course, his site remains dominated ( psychologically ) by gold shorts and equities bulls. THey hold dominion over all the posters, intimidating them constantly a la LGB and Multiple Personality....proclaiming themselves to be true Americans while declaring all ideological goldbugs to be treasonous traitors to the American Way. They are so full of shit! Whatever makes some jackass think that if they served in the Armed Forces, somehow that makes them a great patriot? How patriotic was Calley at My Lai? At least we can be consoled that, whenever a corrupt government system topples, the first people rounded up to be hauled off to face the firing squad are all the old politicians, current and former military types, etc. And what a corrupt government we DO have! First, they pull off the financial markets fix of October, '97....then they pull off the moral hazard of LTCM!!! Nothing amuses me more, PH, than when our adversaries denigrate our analyses of the markets. They are so proud of this historical equities BULL market, even though it is clearly evident that it would have ended at least a year ago if corrupt government intervention had not precluded its demise. How many of us warned of the hedge fund/derivatives problem developing in this country years ago? How many of us warned of an impending gold squeeze that would be happening at this very moment, courtesy of LTCM, except for Greenspan's/Rubin's corrupt efforts to protect their various cronies on Wall Street. Yet, our Bull adversaries continue to deny and mock the obvious veracity of our arguments. How wrong they have been...how right we have been...how screwed we have been by this New Era government! If the economic playing field in America had ever been level, then LGB and his ilk would be shown to be the fools they really are.

Although I recognize I violated Kitco protocol in the past...and although I too once practised a very persistent, confrontational debating style on K-1 ( but only as an antidote to the neo-Nazi policing tactics used by the plethora of ideological K-1 gold-shorts ) ,there are at least two or three fellas on K-1 who also severely violated this netiquette. Yet, not only are they allowed to continue posting on K-1, they are also allowed to disrupt K-2. It is impossible to post here without them dredging up historical, out-of-context posts -- providing no distinction between parodies and serious theses -- designed to distract and discredit their adversaries' latest thoughts. Of course, we could do the same thing to them. But who has the time? I often wonder whether these guys actually work for a livng...or do they just pull lint out of their belly buttons all day? I still have some vision of LGB sitting at Loral in a little cubicle somewhere, his sole function in life to polish Mr.Schwartz's shoes whenever necessary.

Although I have had a all their historical posts for the past two years compiled and transferred onto CD-ROM by a friend for future reference, I cannot bother to look into the superabundance of drivel. At least not now. Maybe when I get a lengthy break, I will look up the stuff and give them tit-for-tat. Or pass it on to a more professional inquisitor.

Anyway, Bart is NOT showing any degree of fairness, particularly as his ban against my posting on K-1 continues while a pardon has been granted to those other posters who also breached netiquette. The jerks can visit me, harass me, sound off obscenely against me...yet I cannot post there. They do so with remarkable, carefree abandon, convinced that there will never be any negative repercussions to their continuous assault. They are very naive, truly, they have NO idea.

Anyway, I believe that if the forementioned problems are not solved soon, then I shall join you at USA Gold or at golden-eagle for future discussions and leave here once and for all. Yes, I know, I have threatened to do so in the past, ultimately returning again. However, I am more encouraged to depart now since I know Kosares and Vronsky have stated categorically they will not put up with such LGBISTIC/RJUJUBE nonsense.

Thanks.

F*

P.S. PH...I appreciate your affording K-1 glimpses of my previous K-2 posts here. ALthough our adversaries would denigrate your past actions as some form of toadyism, I would describe them as acts of integrity and heroism.



Date: Fri Oct 09 1998 00:12
PH in LA (Just dropped in for a minute) ID#225408:
Copyright © 1998 PH in LA/Kitco Inc. All rights reserved
Farfel:

Just took a moment to read through the posts here since my departure from this side-show circus on October 4. I see that the same two clowns are still around, though. ( Had to scroll past so much of their trash that my scrolling finger was getting tired. ) By the way, that LGB clown came over to K-1 a couple of days ago. He got his lights punched out so bad, now I hear he has to pull his pants down just to brush his teeth! Even has to bend over to crack a smile...something he hardly ever does, anyway. Oh well, he did seem to enjoy it...kept coming back for more. I finally had to give up...even though he pleaded with me to meet him over here to give him more of what he likes. Kind of sick, when you think about it!

Just wanted to let you know that I have no plans to be back here anytime soon. This board is so slow. And then one has to scroll past so much crap to get to your posts. Well, it just gets frustrating.

No, I much prefer hanging out over at the new discussion group at USA Gold these days. ANOTHER just got back from the G-7 meeting ( should be posting soon ) and there are several thoughtful posters that show up from time to time. I'm sure that your better work would be welcomed there, too. And I'm just as sure that these two clowns around here would both be personae non grata over there. Of course, it goes without saying that they would hardly be interseted in participating someplace where ideas which don't cooincide with their narrow-minded opinions are cultivated and discussed, anyway.

I would like to read your letter to Clinton and hear about your conversation with the Japanese bank president, though. I hope you straightened them both out.

Think about it! All for now. See you later! PH in LA

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