Go Baghdad Bob!

NGVAC attempts to hide their failure in the news.

The Onion doesn’t publish shit this funny!

BTW I wonder when I get to be on CNBC, as more people read my blog every day than even know Mr. Feinman’s name!

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0 Responses to Go Baghdad Bob!

  1. North says:

    Yesterday upon the stair
    I met a man who wasn’t there
    He wasn’t there again today
    Oh, how I wish he’d go away

  2. bluesun says:

    You want to sully your name like that?

    • Weerd Beard says:

      Think about it! Right in the middle of the interview I’d rip a Barny Frank-esque fart, and not say peep about it, and just as the interview starts to close I’d start talking about how soft and cute ducklings are!

      Then I’d put the interview up on youtube and ask everybody to repost it and give me the thumbs up. Have it go viral…and then NBC’s stock WILL PLUMMET!!!! 8)

  3. Bob S. says:

    Double Digit stock drop because of their boycott?

    Thanks Mr. Finemen, I really needed a laugh this morning.

    The other one that got me laughing was about how “most companies don’t hold the same position” as Starbucks. What a hoot.

    Just Open your eyes Dude — look around at the stores that ban firearms versus the ones that follow state law. There is no contest; most companies simply follow the law.

    What has your panties in a bunch is that Starbucks didn’t buckle under when your Buddies from the Brady Bunch tried to strong arm them.

    Look at that stock price graph — does it look like the Brady Bunch’s boycott has had an effect?

  4. Dave says:

    Oh, it wasn’t just on valentine’s day. Fine, I’ll just get a guns and coffee pin and go to starbucks to get hot chocolate more frequently.

  5. Did anyone else hear “Buller, Buller, Ferris Buller?” As he was talking.

    So we boosted sales by about 1/4 million for Starbucks Tuesday. I’m going to keep buying coffee and other stuff from Starbucks.

  6. Nancy R. says:

    I’ll be returning to Starbucks if for no other reason than it’s a NGVAC-free zone!!

  7. So according to him the top 20 hold 357 million shares. Current share price is just short of $50. Is he suggesting that we all go out and buy a share or two? Or should we wait until his Monte Carlo simulation causes a double digit drop in share price 90% of the time and buy it then?

    Also, what’s a Monte Carlo simulation? Is that when you spin the wheel and bet on black?

  8. Linoge says:

    “Yup, our <200 people boycotting Starbucks are going to bring that company to their KNEES!"

    … If that were not so markedly, absurdly, unrealistically sad, it would be hilarious!

  9. TS says:

    The simulation is probably valid. The problem is he ran it for 14 million customers instead of 200.

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