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November 11, 2008 – Comments (8)

The error messages when posting drive me crazy but I think I have figured out how to work around them. 

When you post, all the time you can accidently click on the advertising links because the posts jump so that the curser is exactly lined up with the advertising links.  If you go fast you tend to get the error message that gives another chance for you to accidently click on an advertising link.

So, just wait until the screen jumps to the advertising links and then go back to the post button.  So far it is working like a charm.

Personally, I am unable to see this as being accidental and I am extremely tired of it.

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#1) On November 12, 2008 at 10:48 AM, biotechmgr (34.52) wrote:

Problem statement: "The error messages when posting drive me crazy but I think I have figured out how to work around them."

 Solution: Make fewer posts 

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#2) On November 12, 2008 at 10:48 AM, biotechmgr (34.52) wrote:

Problem statement: "The error messages when posting drive me crazy but I think I have figured out how to work around them."

 Solution: Make fewer posts 

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#3) On November 12, 2008 at 4:45 PM, rocksnot (29.19) wrote:

biotechmgr: Perhaps if you could post that a few more times...

dwot, please ignore him.  Everyone loves to read your posts.  And if they don't, they don't have to read them.  Neat how it works that way.

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#4) On November 12, 2008 at 6:02 PM, FourthAxis (< 20) wrote:

Wow...is he serious...telling the #1 ranked blogger / player to make less posts? 

Anyway...if you want to avoid the messages, just let the page load all the way before clicking a button.   Otherwise it will glitch for sure.

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#5) On November 13, 2008 at 12:20 PM, steve3333 (29.85) wrote:

The #1 ranked blogger is WRONG 89 / 90 of his/her Active picks.  That's just a simple fact, nothing to argue about.  SpecBear makes far more sense and has a much better track record.

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#6) On November 13, 2008 at 12:29 PM, FoolishChemist (97.54) wrote:

I've noticed an error if when you choose to post the comment you don't wait for the page and ads to fully load it'll give you an error.

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#7) On November 13, 2008 at 1:09 PM, rocksnot (29.19) wrote:

steve3333, it is difficult to believe you were stupid enough to say that.  That's just a simple fact, nothing to argue about.

All that means is that she leaves bad picks open how ever long it takes them to come around, and closes the good picks as soon as they hit her valuation targets.  That's her style.  And it obviously works extremely well, as her CAPS score is extremely, nose-bleeding high.

I'm glad you like SpecBear.  So does everyone else.  Quit wasting your time replying here and go read his blog.

Hmmm.  I see you created your account yesterday, just so you could respond to this blog.  You are really biotechmgr, aren't you?

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#8) On November 18, 2008 at 2:53 PM, dwot (46.63) wrote:

rocksnot, when I went back and looked at my active picks I couldn't see what was holding them up, so, correct, I did leave them.  Now that the market has gone down so much I need to consider whether I think they warrant further decline. 

I suppose someone with the brilliance of Steve3333 would be happy buying my current portfolio at the prices I down picked them.  You to could lose what, a 1/3rd of your investment, but if you green thumbed them in CAPS you'd be a winner.  DUMB, DUMB, DUMB, DUMB and demostration gross ignorance of the most serious flaw in CAPS. 

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