Message ID: 341848
Posted By: saltydogmn
Posted On: 2006-02-01 12:00:00
Subject: How do I short SCOX stock?

I'm thinking I can set aside some money from my previous employers' ESOP, so I can make a few extra dollars from this stock scam. However, I have never invested in any type of stock market security before, and I haven't got a clue as to where to start. I originally was totally against this idea, but I figure I might as well piss off Darl some more.

Assuming I can set aside an amount, would 5 grand be too much? Let's say I want to short 1000 shares. What would it cost me, and how long can I hold on to them? Maybe even 2000... I just don't know. Please clue me in. Thanks!

Message ID: 355401
Posted By: saltydogmn
Posted On: 2006-03-21 09:19:00
Subject: Google Finance sucks ass


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Group: The SCO Group, Inc.
Subject: Joint SCOX press release for Google/Yahoo

LINDON, Utah, March 21 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- The SCO Group, Inc. ("SCO") (
Nasdaq: SCOX - News), the owner of the UNIX (R) operating system-based
investor fraud and stock scam, and a leading provider of UNIX-based litigation,
paranoia, and net.kook wookie support, today announced their reactions to the
creation of a new stock scam discussion board on Google Finance. Newly
appointed Executive Vice President of Putting Things On Top Of Other Things,
Tim Negris, welcomed the creation of the board by saying, "We here at The SCO
Group are pleased with the creation of this new location for discussion of our
failed extortion racket. While our scam is nearing the end of its useful life,
we still feel we can provide valuable and important FUD for our puppetmasters,
Microsoft (MSFT), before the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) finally
shuts us down, and our board of directors, including myself, are finally
biffslapped with well-deserved indictments. There are already many websites
dedicated to exposing our pathetic attempts to rewrite the history of UNIX (
UNIX), and we welcome the addition of yet one more. What could it hurt?"
Darl McBride, current CEO of The SCO Group, could not be reached for comment,
due to his prior commitment of reading and posting to the Yahoo SCOX message
board, under the account names of waytogoscox, bettinscox, and anmcbride.
About SCO The SCO Group (Nasdaq: SCOX - News) sues their customers throughout
the world, which helps to grow their businesses everyday, by abandoning SCO's
stale, outdated products, and switching to LINUX. Headquartered in Lindon,
Utah, SCO has a worldwide network of no more than 2 resellers and 3 developers.
SCO Interplanetary Services provides absolutely no localized support and
services to any of its partners and customers. For more information on SCO
products, (failed) litigation strategies and services, visit warmcat dot com.

Looks like I won't be wasting my time with *those* Chinese Communist sympathizers.

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