Well Big Golly
|It is amazing to me how people will try to justify their
mistakes. This whole damn thing makes no sense at all. If you
knew a damn thing about business or the stock market you
wouldn't be throwing your money away like this. You are
exactly the type of people that these Bobs go after and it all
boils down to greed on his part and yours. I'm going to be
rich, I'm going to retire, I'm gonna have a $250,000 little
tini car like Bobs, ya look at me and I'm gonna be in your
face about it too. Well, after reading through all this crap I
find it hard to feel sorry for you suckers. You better take
the advice of the people on this forum that are trying to help
you and do something with it. If you want to get rich, make it
the right way, the honorable way, and probably the hard way
like a lot of us have. |
|I thought this was a forum, not a
pess-fest! Hard-working people have dreams, and NO ONE
would argue that trying to make a buck on an INVESTMENT
is dishonorable, as you suggest. INVESTMENTS are what
keep the economy going, as well as spending money on
investments (basic econ theory, supply-side, demand-side
theories). Fraudsters abuse the basic trust involved in
making an investment, in that there is never a chance to
regain ANY of your investment, not even from the get-go.
I was taken. Never once did I think "I'm going to get
rich, I'm going to retire". I thought I got in on the
ground floor of a good fledgling investment, and yes, I
got talked into something I wish I hadn't done - I
invested MY MONEY in the original Drive4u.com, that I
had EARNED, and NOT from DeMaio, and (quite a bit of
it). Shame on you for insinuating that an investor in
this company didn't make their money "the right way, the
honorable way", or that all of us thought we would get
rich. Hoping for a brighter future, getting burned, then
getting scorned by a venom-spitting forked-tongued
know-it-all like you, is simply something that NO ONE
should be subjected to. I hope the next time someone
takes advantage of YOUR beliefs and choices, that you
will feel the judgement you just passed on over 1,000
undeserving investors. As for those who still believe in
almighty BOB, sometimes it is just too hard to believe
that someone who promised so much is delivering so
little - so take it easy and lay off. Don't you think I
already know what a poor choice I made? Your pessimism
and meanness don't make it any easier to swallow - crawl
back to your hole and stay off a message board that you
know nothing about, because it is painfully obvious
you've never met the almighty BOB, and it is even more
obvoius you've never met one of the scammed investors
face to face. And if you have, then double shame on you
for your heartless remarks. Just because some are
woefull or regretfull about their choices, or are angry
(and damn it, rightfully so), does not mean that we
support BOB. Open your mind and grab some intelligence.
|as i said before, investments should
ONLY be made with money you can afford to lose.....that
goes for investing in ANYTHING...... |
and as someone
above pointed, the company IS still running - hold onto
hope until otherwise
|Boy, what ever happened to the
separation of church and hate? Everybody take it easy.
I'm pretty sure God's registered as an independent.
Now I don't want to get off on a rant here, but it's
amazing how, in an election year, God's name gets thrown
around like the drunken dwarf at a biker rally.
Personally, when I try to picture what God looks like, I
always see some guy wearing a white robe and frantically
working a huge panel of switches and knobs while
answering prayers like a hopped-up Larry King taking
phone calls. Columbia, South Carolina, go ahead--how
many times do I have to tell you, take that Goddamn flag
Every religion has its own concept of
God, and every religion is wrong. They have to be. We're
talking about the ultimate totality here, and no one
creed can have absolute dominion over its definition.
Man, I wish I'd said that sophomore year when I was
trying to do Brenda Wilkins. I had Dark Side Of The Moon
playing, we were splitting a bottle of Mateus, talking
existentialism. If I had this pseudo-philosophical
bullshit down back then, I would have gotten laid like
Western religions tend to imagine
God as either a burning bush or Wilford Brimley with a
beard and dreadlocks. In the East, you get a little more
leeway: one God is a bare-breasted woman with six arms,
another is a man with the head of an elephant. There is
no doubt in my mind as to who has the better weed.
What happens to gods when people cease to
worship them? Do they sit lonely on Mount Olympus
wondering what the fuck Harry Hamlin was doing in Clash
Of The Titans, or do they simply fade away? Or do they
instead descend to earth and take jobs as wisecracking
hosts of live late-night cable talk shows? Whoops, I've
saideth too much.
The concept of God lets us
imagine there's something more, that when you die you
stumble out of this demented funhouse and there's
someone there to explain what the hell you just went
through, like the epilogue on a Quinn Martin show.
That's all I want--I want everything clarified, you hear
me Lord? Everything. I want a perfectly logical reason
for all the wars, shootings, tortures, rapes, murders,
cruelty and pain. And when You're done with that, can
you please explain the frogs in MAGNOLIA to me?
You know what else I've realized about God? Even
though Jesus once admonished, "Render unto Caesar what
is Caesar's," God and commerce do frequently overlap.
Did you ever notice the phrase "In God We Trust" only
appears on the lesser denominations of our currency? You
get up around the $1000 bill, and it just says "God, I
Think I Can Take It From Here."
I don't think
there's any doubt that people often yell, "Oh God"
during sex because He wants to be appreciated for his
best invention. If you don't shout His name when
smelling a rose, well, that's OK. Not really bowled over
by the sight of a glorious sunset? Fair enough. But if
you don't give Him props for orgasms that make your toes
curl like frying bacon, well, you're about to feel the
awesome wrath of the Almighty's lightning-bolt enema.
Yes, some of God's handiwork is flawed. There
are rivers that overflow, volcanoes that aren't quite
sealed and tectonic plates that tend to crack over time.
But isn't it comforting to know that even God has
trouble finding a reliable contractor?
someone who is so great and all-powerful, Yahweh's got
an awful lot of people talking for him these days,
doesn't he? God's got more phonies claiming to know His
will than Howard Hughes. Jerry Falwell says
homosexuality and abortion are sins. Yeah, well, so is
gluttony, Jerry. So why don't you drop about 50 or so
and then talk to me about what people should or
shouldn't be doing with their bodies. OK?
get me wrong. People are certainly entitled to worship
as they see fit, but don't go using God as a convenient
template for your petty, bigoted views. If you want to
ban interracial dating at your college because your
father once caught you masturbating to a picture of Pam
Grier and punished you by making you paint the house,
and now every time you smell wet DuPont Latex Exterior
it makes you think of Foxy Brown and you get all
confused and horny and humiliated at the same time, and
you want to make someone pay, just fucking say so. Don't
put it on God, OK Jonesy?
You keep the faith pal, there is nothing worse than
exploiting someones faith in the hopes to make a quick
|This forum isn't about exploring or
exploiting faith, its about people who have been ripped
off by Dot1web/Bob DeMaio. So please don't wast our time
and space on this forum! |
|I think that you are missing the point.
Mr. Demaio has been involved in exploiting people's
faith to gain investments from the unsuspecting.
I enjoyed that statement *chuckles*, as it does
relate Mr. Demaio and his investors, in my opinion.
Not a Waste of Time, Whatsoever!!
|I know that its you mom and I won't do
it again. Im out of here and I will call you soon. I
love you |
|Bobby Boucher, thats pronounced Booshay
|If your going to throw money at a Bob
type, get a securieties & investment lawyer FIRST.
Whats a few extra thousand dollars anyway? |