Facebook the Illegitimate Child

Sorry if some of you guys may disagree. I came across this on the woes of the illegitimate child.

Facebook not a bargain at half price
http://www.fin24.com/Economy/Facebook-not-a-bargain-at-half-price-20120805
Aug 05 2012 15:49
Facebook shares have lost nearly half their value since a highly-touted public offering in May, but it’s still not a bargain for some.
Facebook revenue spike fails to impress
http://www.fin24.com/Companies/ICT/Facebook-revenue-spike-fails-to-impress-20120727

Value of Facebook ‘likes’ questioned
http://www.fin24.com/Companies/ICT/Value-of-Facebook-likes-questioned-20120713

Facebook boss loses $4.7bn
http://www.hardwareheaven.com/other-tech-news/217395-facebook-boss-loses-4-7bn.html
Facebook does remind me of the unwedded mother who already had a child born out of wedlock and did not know who the father of the second new-born baby was. Obviously the baby didn’t know either and never found out; he would probably grow up not knowing that it takes a father and a mother to produce a child.

Shoot the messenger if you wish but it is time for Internet Control. Scream Freedom as much as you wish; this monster must be controlled before it destroys the entire Financial System of the World.

Keep an eye on China; maybe if you won’t they will do it; it will need a Country that still have moral balls to do it.

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5 Responses to “Facebook the Illegitimate Child”

  1. Ike Jakson Says:

    Sorry guys! Here are the links to the stuff in the Post:

    Facebook not a bargain at half price
    http://www.fin24.com/Economy/Facebook-not-a-bargain-at-half-price-20120805
    Aug 05 2012 15:49
    Facebook shares have lost nearly half their value since a highly-touted public offering in May, but it’s still not a bargain for some.
    Facebook revenue spike fails to impress
    http://www.fin24.com/Companies/ICT/Facebook-revenue-spike-fails-to-impress-20120727

    Value of Facebook ‘likes’ questioned
    http://www.fin24.com/Companies/ICT/Value-of-Facebook-likes-questioned-20120713

    Facebook boss loses $4.7bn
    http://www.hardwareheaven.com/other-tech-news/217395-facebook-boss-loses-4-7bn.html

  2. Nolanimrod Says:

    Ike, me lad, don’t let’s be making wild noises about <Internet Control. Wait: let me rephrase that: Internet Control!

    Well, now that you mention it, government has done so well with running economies, schools, central banks, and the UN let’s give them the one think they haven’t ruined yet and go to work.

    • Ike Jakson Says:

      Nimrod my dearest Friend

      There is too much subterfuge and dirt on the Net; there are huge international fraud gangs active on the Net; more dirty money is laundered on the Net in a day than in 5 years in the old days.

      And old Friend, even with my half of an eye and all I still follow the financial News and the “goings on” on Stock Exchanges; please do bear in mind that they work with your money, not theirs. How many poor people do we have who are approaching retirement as on this day entirely unaware that their pensions are locked up in worthless ‘computer chip Facebook shares”?

      If you don’t like the word control, we gotta find a way to stop the racketeering on the Internet. Ole Friend, I spent more than 40 years in Pension Fund Finance; the internet came ten years before I retired and though I had always kind of thought to work two more years I had seen the previous last ten; that is why I got up and walked off in disgust at what the financial World had become.

      They should make an example of the founder of Facebook and drop him down an empty mine shaft; not kill him before the time; just grab him by hands and feet and chuck him down the hole.

      • christophertrier Says:

        In eastern California, home of the Gold Rush, there is a traditional method to deal with scum, thieves, and thugs. Simply break their legs and toss them down an old mine shaft. They will survive, of course, for a few days, even. Yet it will be dark down there, it will be wet, and it might just be lonely — if they’re lucky. Naught as enthusiastic for company as starved rats!

      • Ike Jakson Says:

        Hi Christopher

        Glad to find someone agreeing with me on the mine shaft treatment.

        IkeJ

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