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  • BlackBerry Getting Tough For Activists To Ignore  [View article]
    Too many JohnNxtQtrChen posts to interpret. No common thread in their totality (except for verbosity and atrocious use of the English language).
    Feb 10, 2016. 06:01 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry Getting Tough For Activists To Ignore  [View article]
    No Canadian company has ever filed for Chapter 11.
    Feb 10, 2016. 05:52 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry Getting Tough For Activists To Ignore  [View article]
    Good luck with those patent applications, David 653. Some of us know you're doing your best to help faltering BB, and we're glad you're able to ignore those nobodies like bwsf who seem to have no interest in helping BB but just keep posting bad things about it. For sure once BB gets rid of Chen the door will be open to your valuable input and the road ahead will be prosperity for us all.
    Feb 10, 2016. 05:46 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry Getting Tough For Activists To Ignore  [View article]
    David653, ignore these nattering nabobs of negativism. Keep sending off those emails to BlackBerry. If your warnings aren't being heeded maybe it's because you haven't been stern enough. Make sure BB understands these are DIRE WARNINGS and that the consequences of ignoring them will be FATAL. We're counting on you!
    Feb 10, 2016. 11:15 AM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Great Canadian Pacific Railway Magic Show  [View article]
    You appear not to understand the premise of Crown grants. Historically the Crown in right of Canada and/or British Columbia has granted limited interests in land for specific purposes, e.g., water use, mineral exploration, cattle grazing, logging, rights-of-way, etc. The grant does not convey the fee to the user, and the Crown maintains its reversionary interest. The Arbutus Corridor was granted to the CPR for railway use, only. As the litigation will determine, that falls far short of "complete and unequivocal" ownership. CP has no such thing. What the city may or may not do with the property is not at issue. The highest-and-best use value of the property is not at issue except to the extent that CP thinks that it can con the city into a deal that would be to CP's benefit, and to the detriment of local rate-payers.
    Feb 9, 2016. 05:09 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Great Canadian Pacific Railway Magic Show  [View article]
    As a Vancouver resident you would expect the author to refer as well to Hunter's desperate attempt to gain developmental control over the so-called Arbutus Corridor, an unused CPR right-of-way that courses through some of the city's wealthiest areas. More more than 15 years it has been the site of community gardens and a strip park used by strollers, dog-walkers and blackberry pickers. Hunter has sought to monetize CPR's limited interest in the property--CP can use it for railway purposes only--by selling it to the city at best-use values. That hasn't worked, so he's had men and heavy equipment out there destroying the community gardens and "improving" the decrepit rail right-of-way, allegedly to use it as a railway car parking lot. His notion that residents would put pressure on the City of Vancouver to make a sweetheart deal with CP hasn't worked, so he's tried the litigation route. That hasn't worked, either. All of Hunter's bluffs have come to naught. Who knows how much value shareholders have lost from costs incurred by Hunter playing his stupid games.
    Feb 9, 2016. 03:07 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry carries out fresh layoffs in Ontario and Florida (updated)  [View news story]
    There, there, Mark. Calm Down.
    Feb 6, 2016. 05:36 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry carries out fresh layoffs in Ontario and Florida (updated)  [View news story]
    Bob, you could have shown a bit of class by spelling your new name johnnxtqtrchen
    Slag the company and criticize the man, OK, but why not do it with an element of respect and decency?
    Feb 6, 2016. 02:54 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry carries out fresh layoffs in Ontario and Florida (updated)  [View news story]
    KIA, Walmart is closing hundreds of stores. Should we all just admit the defeat of Walmart?
    Feb 6, 2016. 12:50 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry carries out fresh layoffs in Ontario and Florida (updated)  [View news story]
    Solved the unemployment crisis in Taiwan and China.
    Feb 6, 2016. 03:19 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry carries out fresh layoffs in Ontario and Florida (updated)  [View news story]
    KIA, if you think this is an investment forum, you haven't been reading the posts.
    Feb 6, 2016. 02:29 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry carries out fresh layoffs in Ontario and Florida (updated)  [View news story]
    Good thinking: prospects will be lining up to pay $500 million for a company that "makes no money and . . . has proven a complete failure . . .)

    Yeah, sure.
    Feb 6, 2016. 02:23 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry Defeated  [View article]
    How do you know that? You weren't around here earlier (unless of course you were using a different name . . .)
    Feb 5, 2016. 10:59 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry Defeated  [View article]
    Nope, clickbait George is SA's darling.
    Feb 5, 2016. 03:31 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry Defeated  [View article]
    George babbles on, but he finds research tiresome and really quite unnecessary since SA allows him carte-blanche to opinionate.
    Feb 5, 2016. 03:28 AM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
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