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VCSY - A Laughing Place #2
Friday, 12 February 2010
Very Funny Mister Interlocutor
Mood:  bright
Now Playing: 'Whooped Wanker" Nitwit slams his own head in the door (Adult Idiocy)
Topic: Nobody Can Be That Stupid

Here's only one example of the double standards being practiced on financial message boards by users and operators.
By: mirror_shmuck
06 Jul 2004, 11:05 AM EDT
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Msg. 75257 of 120717
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GE will be bankrupt in 2 years. You heard it here first.

(Voluntary Disclosure: Position- No Position; ST Rating- Strong Sell; LT Rating- Strong Sell)

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"I was just joking..." is the typical response of crooks when caught. It's to be expected nobody accused of a crime takes the accusation seriously. They only get serious when they talk to their lawyer.
"Whatever." is what they say when they've been caught.
It only takes a little exploration to find the truth. The problem with most people is they simply don't care enough to know truth.

Posted by Portuno Diamo at 2:54 PM EST
Updated: Friday, 12 February 2010 3:32 PM EST
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Tuesday, 12 January 2010
You mean THIS little ol' place?
Mood:  accident prone
Now Playing: "Skin Game" Mange sufferer gets turpentine and corncob treatment (bestial cruelty)
Topic: Notable Opinions
Looks like our little buddy is nervous. Seeing the glare of headlights in the distance? heh heh heh 
By: mrrrfk
12 Jan 2010, 08:01 PM EST
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Msg. 261625 of 261635
(Reply to 261622 by tepe)
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Yeah, I'd love to hear from the SEC about this over-hyped POS. Portuno still has his PUMPING website up with all the BS (his own and other's) about VCSY that caused a lot of naive investors to lose money thinking they were investing in something world-changing. What a JOKE (unless you got tricked by those LIES for big bux.) I'll just point them to it LMAO!!!!!!!!!!!!

(Voluntary Disclosure: Position- No Position; ST Rating- Strong Sell; LT Rating- Strong Sell)
Point away. I'm sure many will want to know why they didn't know any of this.
Read on pilgrim.
By: stillwtr19
12 Jan 2010, 07:55 PM EST
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Msg. 261624 of 261636
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trixijude it's good that we have informed shareholders thanks for the article. I was just taken back by how so many of you are actually standing up in this forum keeping the faith about the company after all these years cause we certainly need better communication, and all of us have said this in various ways yet some of the bashers never hear this message while distorting the truth about many of us. I get tired being attacked by these shareless posters, and often ask myself what in the heck is there incentive being here in the first place since they hold NO shares. I believe in our patents, but it is frustrating when the CEO "to present" has not capitalized and built shareholder value. So when I see shareholders still keeping the faith about their investment it's quite moving. glty

(Voluntary Disclosure: Position- Long; ST Rating- Strong Buy; LT Rating- Hold)
By: mrrrfk
12 Jan 2010, 08:25 PM EST
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Look at the pathetic losers begging 4s for more BS!!!! LMAO!

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You folks who got it up the butt from the mirrors and tepes of the world have only one recourse: legal fund.
By: mrrrfk  
12 Jan 2010, 08:57 PM EST 
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Msg. 261640 of 261641 
(Reply to 261634 by hionvcsy
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4s? 4s? please 4s, tell us a story, 4s? 4s? we need something to hope for, 4s? did a little birdie tell you something, 4s? something big, 4s? Big and juicy? Or just stinky? 


By: stillwtr19  
12 Jan 2010, 08:58 PM EST 
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Msg. 261641 of 261641 
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This copy and pasted post is worth another go around!! 

Posted earlier by trixijude 

Mindpix Corporation Discovers Identity of Notorious Corporate Cyber Basher 
5:48p ET January 11, 2010 (GlobeNewswire) 
Mindpix Corporation, a Nevada Corporation (Pink Sheets:MPIX), would like to inform their valued shareholders that after years of being senselessly attacked on the internet financialsites of InvestorsHub and RagingBull by someone posting by the name Sky-King, that they have finally been able to identify the Cyber Basher. The basher, David W. Pippy, employee of the Illinois State Comptroller's office, is currently working in an administrative position for Comptroller Daniel W. Hynes. Most shocking was that the notorious Sky-King posted over 1550 times on the government computer during regular business hours with the alleged purpose of driving down the price of MPIX and other publicly traded companies. David Pippy's alter ego, Sky-King, was created on the InvestorsHub Chat Board on April 16, 2003 and has continued until he was confronted on December 15, 2009. 

"We were alerted by a press release on Jan. 4, 2010 (PSGI.News) that had been a target of Mr. Pippy. David Pippy, admitted according to the press release, that he was the Sky-King who posted on InvestorsHub. Upon discovery of this information I contacted Mr. Pippy at his office in Springfield, Illinois and once I identified myself, Mr. Pippy said he didn't want to talk to me. I also contacted legal counsel for the Comptroller's office and was told that they investigated Mr. Pippy's computer after other complaints and Mr. Pippy admitted to using it to post his comments. However, surprisingly, their office has elected to turn the matter over to the SEC instead of pursuing the matter further themselves," stated Thomas E. Aliprandi, Chairman of Mindpix. 

"We are elated to finally know who this basher is and can use this information for moving forward in a positive and productive manner. MPIX will pursue David Pippy, and anyone else involved, with all legal resources available," says Aliprandi. "I want to personally thank MPIX's shareholders and let them know that we are going to deal swiftly with this malicious attack and move on to new heights. We value your support." 

(Voluntary Disclosure: Position- Long; ST Rating- Strong Buy; LT Rating- Hold)

By: stockwabbit  
12 Jan 2010, 09:11 PM EST 
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Msg. 261645 of 261645 
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Mirror...................he is telling you a story.

By: mrrrfk  
12 Jan 2010, 09:15 PM EST 
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Msg. 261646 of 261647 
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Not much of a plot. 

Posted by Portuno Diamo at 8:31 PM EST
Updated: Tuesday, 12 January 2010 9:17 PM EST
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Sunday, 15 November 2009

Topic: Notable Opinions

(By narbytoes - replying to basher Al) Re: nothing is (royalty) FREE....... 

"Number of Partners in the Microsoft Partner Program: 360,000 
Number of Partners Affiliated with Microsoft: over 640,000 
Number of Partner Companies in the World: 1.3 million 
Percentage of Microsoft Revenue Stemming from Partners: 95 percent 

I dont recall these players being mentioned in your analysis of the license agreement. Why is that? 

Are you suggesting VCSY licensed the patent and subsequent/associated software to 1.3 million companies in a single fee? Interesting 
"Percentage of Microsoft Revenue Stemming from Partners: 95 percent" 

Wow,....I wonder if the agreement only covered in house use....roughly five percent of Microsoft's revenue. Theres really nothing in the statement to indicate otherwise. Thats pretty cheap cosidering what five percent amounts to...but then I wonder what 95 percent amounts to? 

We must assume 1.3 million companies would not have to pay 2.9 million. 

1 300 000 x 2 900 000 = 3 770 000 000 000. 

What is a sublicense I'm just playing around, mind you,...but microsoft provides indemnity to its partners regarding whats a reasonble sublicense fee to cover their arse. How bout 1500 dollars per company. If they all subscribe...1500 dollars? 

1.3 million x 1500 = one billion nine hundred fifty million 

Probably pie in the sky....but it has nothing to do with whatever discussion may otherwise occur about royalties. A sublicence is not a royalty. Is it? 

As far as royalties go...It seems reasonable VCSY would rather receive a percentage of the revenue from the developed use by the 1.3 million companies who partner with Microsoft...only a fraction of that revenue goes to Microsoft. That prospect would not be projected or reported in the civil settlement with Microsoft. This may or may not be the case...if it is may also apply to the agreement with InFinitek... 


Posted by Portuno Diamo at 11:31 AM EST
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Wednesday, 11 November 2009

Topic: Notable Opinions

Posted by Portuno Diamo at 5:07 PM EST
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Thursday, 22 October 2009

Mood:  a-ok
Topic: Microsoft and VCSY
For all new readers.
This is a sampling of a posting history to examine for Yahoo VCSY board:
19-Oct-09 06:51 pm to 22-Oct-09 10:23 am )
16-Sep-09 08:48 pm to 22-Sep-09 07:08 pm )
28-Aug-09 03:52 pm to 3-Sep-09 12:30 pm ) 
5-Aug-09 06:37 pm to 14-Aug-09 10:18 am )
18-May-09 01:11 pm to 19-May-09 11:45 pm ) 
2-Feb-09 08:54 pm to 7-Feb-09 03:45 pm
( )

30-Dec-08 09:49 am to 2-Feb-09 06:56 pm
( )

15-Dec-08 12:14 pm to 28-Dec-08 06:00 pm
( )

7-Dec-08 11:47 am to 15-Dec-08 12:04 pm )

24-Nov-08 08:46 pm to 7-Dec-08 10:28 am )

21-Nov-08 07:33 pm to 24-Nov-08 07:13 pm )

16-Nov-08 08:28 pm to 21-Nov-08 04:28 pm )
15-Nov-08 09:36 pm to 16-Nov-08 07:37 pm ) 
There's plenty there. You need to familiarize yourself with his tactics so you can identify this kind of person on the web in other areas you may be seeking information.
People like this are an embedded systemic functionary. Purpose? Misinformation.
Apparently showing the posting history of posters is something they don't condone and won't facilitate. 
and if you think you can trust this person's motivations:
By: mrrrfk  
22 Oct 2009, 01:15 PM EDT 
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Msg. 256002 of 256005 
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Just to annoy everyone, I went long again. LOL. 

(Voluntary Disclosure: Position- Long; ST Rating- Strong Buy; LT Rating- Strong Sell)
He's been marginalized so he no longer cares he's transparent and irrelevant.
Notice how he's acting now.
By: mrrrfk  
22 Oct 2009, 02:59 PM EDT 
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Msg. 256019 of 256020 
(Reply to 256016 by RaceRock
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You longs should focus more on the Infinitek NAVPath/emPath Microsoft Dynamics angle. Not as exciting or grand in terms of immediate potential, but at least there's substance there. 

Infinitek is a reseller of Microsoft Dynamics NAV, a package of .Net based applications with the ability to plug in optional applications from Microsoft's "partners" of which Now Solutions is one. 

Evidence points to emPath/NAVPath being offered by Infinitek as an optional HRMS application that can be added to the package. 

If emPath is really that good, this kind of exposure could find a entrance to a huge market. I don't see an immediate increase in revenues from this, but it could be an area of ongoing growth. 

Then maybe, Now Solutions could blossom, maybe even sold off. Who knows?

(Voluntary Disclosure: Position- Long; ST Rating- Buy; LT Rating- Sell)
Additional feedback: 
Notice the response: 
This attempt to mitigate his past comments and statements is what is glaring given the shareprice rise and volume. Something has changed in his future and it doesn't look like he'll be having as much fun. 
If you don't actively monitor and assess who posts what as you're trying to glean information from public message forums, you're going to get rolled by those who will lie straight to your face... like the person we're focused on in this posting history. 

Posted by Portuno Diamo at 12:17 PM EDT
Updated: Thursday, 22 October 2009 3:48 PM EDT
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Saturday, 17 October 2009

Topic: Notable Opinions

Posted by Portuno Diamo at 3:28 PM EDT
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Tuesday, 13 October 2009
Bitter Little Shrimp in Hot Water
Mood:  celebratory
Now Playing: "Abusive Suitors" People who knead people are the fukedest people in the hole world.(ugly antique trades)
Topic: Apple Fritters

Mirror used to be rather funny and good natured.
Of late he's become bitter and abusive.
His end is come and he doesn't like it one bit. I guess he no longer cares it's so obvious. He has nothing left to lose.

By: mrrrfk  
13 Oct 2009, 04:46 PM EDT 
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I have been collecting all the email addresses posted here and will be subscribing them to a bunch of sick porn sites. Stay tuned! 
That't the nature of the kind of people who've hounded the VCSY discussion for nine years.
Judge for yourself what agenda might belong to a person willing to post nine years with "no financial accretion". 
Sick and vengeful.
That's the nature of the people carrying out the anti-VCSY campaign.
Nine years of assault. 

Posted by Portuno Diamo at 4:50 PM EDT
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Thursday, 24 September 2009
Where we at on the map?
Mood:  a-ok
Now Playing: "On Target" Bomber pilot drops pickle in Saddam Hussein's beer (frontal nudity, hilairity)
Topic: Notable Opinions
I think this is an accurate read: 
By: trixijude  
24 Sep 2009, 02:36 PM EDT 
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(Reply to 254148 by arthurarnsley01
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By: dabbler3248 
22 Sep 2009, 

Microsoft did say they would spend $8 Billion to catch up in Cloud Computing. And as we know, Microsoft settled on VCSY's 744 patent which looks to be all that Microsoft's Cloud Computing Platform Azure is. imo 
Also at the time Microsoft announced spending $8 Billion on Cloud Computing they got set up to borrow money for the first time in their companies 34+ year history. Why would they want to borrow the money when they always have plenty of cash on hand? I'll tell you! It's because it's VCSY's guarantee that they will get all of the money arranged to come to VCSY. imo 

In the most recent Microsoft 10-K from July 30th, Microsoft has a credit facility that was taken right after the VCSY settlement which was originally set to expire on March 22nd but had been extended to November 6th, right before the Microsoft PDC.(Coincidentally) 
"This credit facility expires on November 6, 2009." 

(So as we see below - $6 Billion + $2 Billion = the $8 Billion that Microsoft claimed that they would spend to catch up in Cloud Computing) and YES VCSY will get that $8 Billion. imo 


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Saturday, 1 August 2009

Topic: Notable Opinions
Just so you don't have to wade through the high waste water on Raging Bull to get the good ones.
By: RaceRock  
01 Aug 2009, 08:50 AM EDT 
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Msg. 250672 of 250686 
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So you don't think there's a connection between the VCSY-MSFT confidential settlement from 1 year ago and a pending MSFT-YHOO partnership??? 

Here's how I think it's all playing out (IMHO) 

A year and a half ago MSFT was in hot pursuit of YHOO for their search engine and also at that time, MSFT was also a litigant to a VCSY patent infringement suit. Then, a year ago, a settlement was reached between VCSY & MSFT and MSFT licenses VCSY intellectual property. In the interim, MSFT completes development of BING (one of many new product announcements made by MSFT over the past year). And now, as part of the propsed MSFT-YHOO deal, we learn that MSFT is no longer interested in the YHOO search engine, instead its real interest is to gain market share of the search engine arena. In the proposed MSFT-YHOO deal, MSFT wants BING to replace the Yahoo search engine. In doing so, MSFT achieves a fast grab of 20% of the market by 'buying' access to Yahoo users. In exchange for replacing the Yahoo search engine with BING MSFT agrees to give YHOO 88% of all ad revenues generated from search requests. This new agreement might explain why YHOO is no longer worth $47B since its search engine no longer has any value. BING is now KING! 

Is it just a coincidence that news of this MSFT-YHOO partnership breaks exactly 1 year from the date of the VCSY-MSFT settlement??? 

In accepting the confidential settlement, I think VCSY granted MSFT a defined period of time (call it a 'waiting period') to complete development of certain products and get their house in order (i.e. a MSFT-YHOO partnership among other things). I think VCSY also agreed not to initiate any other patent infringement lawsuits over that defined waiting period so as to not interfere with VCSY's future relationship with MSFT. I know VCSY granted MSFT a non exclusive license as part of the confidential settlement but I believe the real objective was to eventually grant an exclusive licensing agreement to MSFT. Active patent infringement suits would have only served to muck up that from happening. Once all the pieces fall into place and the defined waiting period is over (perhaps we just reached it with the 1 year anniversary of the settlement) VCSY will be revealed as a critical player in MSFT future and ongoing business development activities and the exclusive licensing agreement with VCSY will be disclosed. VCSY share price will immediately skyrocket and all of us VCSY longs will look like freaking Warren Buffet geniuses. 

Did state this was IMHO? 

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Posted by Portuno Diamo at 2:24 PM EDT
Updated: Saturday, 1 August 2009 2:26 PM EDT
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Thursday, 30 July 2009
by normnowak
Re: quite revealing mr. microsoft..    29-Jul-09 09:58 pm    
if Niro was able to "scam" Microsoft out of $2.8 Million, how come he has NOT rang the door bell at IBM, Adobe, etc.? If Microsoft was willing to throw a bone, why not the others? Vcsy signed a "confidentiality agreement" with Microsoft.....The only thing that Vcsy will NOT comment on is ANYTHING dealing with Vcsy.....if Vcsy has NOTHING to release, that it can talk about, then i am lead to believe that EVERYTHING Vcsy is doing involves Microsoft.....finally, Wade holds 100 million shares of Vcsy....he had to know that agreeing to $2.8 million would NOT change his financial worth...dump that many shares on that kind of a settlement , leads to a crashing of the price in a matter of minutes....Wade had to have had an understanding with Niro about what kind of settlement they would agree to if the offer would come from Microsoft.....(Niro has to talk to clients about this because if Niro tells them to grab whatever is offered, Niro coud find himself being sued by his client at a later date for malpractice)....would Wade have gone through everything he did to NOT go to the markman, not go to trial just to keep his financial position THE SAME as it was PRIOR to the lawsuit? Wade was a CPA with a major firm, he is a bean counter by trade so he knows what is a logical sum to expect before agreeing to go to litigation.....niro is a patent lawyer...he knows the value and future value of the patent inwhich he is litigating surprises occured inwhich Rovner had to sit down with the patent lawyer from chicago and the bean counter from texas and explain that Microsoft will "give" Vcsy some bus fare money to go back home.....we have seen NO other patent infringement lawsuits from Vcsy..we have seen NO malpractice suits filed against Niro from Vcsy...we have heard NOTHING about or from Vcsy after the confidentiality agreement was signed....interesting

Posted by Portuno Diamo at 2:13 AM EDT
Updated: Thursday, 30 July 2009 2:15 AM EDT
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