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moe_the_gyp01   Thursday, 08/26/21 11:56:03 AM
Re: Nebuchadnezzar post# 191587
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On a whim I tried to buy 1000 shares and got this required consent to buy this crap. No thank you. This piece of shit checks all the boxes.


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