“If You Want to Stop Me, You Will Get Your Powerful Wall Street Friends to Crush Me With Lawsuits”

Set forth below is the text of a post that I recently put to the Goon Central board:

where you’re wrong lies in your belief you have some “right” to post your Bat$hit Crazy hocomania opinions anywhere you please on the Internet. I have the right to post honestly.

Wade has the right to publish honestzzz research.

Every American citizen has the right to tell his friends and neighbors and co-workers and fellow community members what they need to know to stop the Wall Street Con Men from pulling our nation into the Second Great Depression with their relentless and ruthless promotion of their Get Rich Quick investing strategies.

If you want to stop me, you will get your powerful Wall Street friends to crush me with lawsuits.

If I see no lawsuits, I will point to this reality in my posts. And I will point to posts like this one in which I invited them. When enough good people see that there are no lawsuits forthcoming, your intimidation tactics will be less effective than they are today.

And I am keeping a list of influential people who find great merit in the Valuation-Informed Indexing concept but as of today are too intimidated to speak out in a big way.

Things are reaching a point where bringing lawsuits is no longer going to be a last-choice option for “your side,” Yip. It’s getting to the point where bringing lawsuits is going to be your only hope of saving the ship from going down.

Hit me with your best shot, man. I’ve been overly optimistic before, it could be that I am being overly optimistic again.

I won’t post dishonestly on the numbers that my friends use to plan their retirements in any event.

I wish you all the best things that this life has to offer.

Rob

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