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Winner of the Bulletin Board Moron of the week PRIZE contest graciously sponsored by shamed Tory Baroness Ruby McGregor Smith of MITIE infamy

By Piza Hardman and Hackney Marxist Darren Atwater | Monday 7 August 2017


The word of the week for this edition of the Bulletin Board Moron contest is schadenfreude. 

It gives me no pleasure to award the No Prize to Tom Winnifrith for his contribution. But the result is just so delicious. 

These two morons are discussing Servision on ADVFN:

supersonico20 Apr '17 - 10:30 - 180 of 191 0 0
    Did TW publically acknowledge on Shareprophets that his accusations were not held up by the FRC?

here and there20 Apr '17 - 12:09 - 181 of 191 0 0
    No, of course not. He only writes stuff that makes him look important

supersonico20 Apr '17 - 12:28 - 182 of 191 0 0
   Where TW makes such acusations publically to his Arbiter of choice the FRC and when that arbiter fails to uphold his acusations., would you agree that in these cases an equally public statement should be forthcoming otherwise he could invite acusations of market abuse?

Especially important perhaps since the FRC make no public statements on cases they do not pursue.

here and there20 Apr '17 - 14:22 - 183 of 191 0 0
   Of course but he won't , will he? Just makes him look pathetic so he will say nothing about it.

Three days ago, ShareProphets ran this headline: BREAKING: FRC Letter - Servision forced to change accounts by Tom Winnifrith, delayed profits warning explained

You can read the FRC letter to Tom HERE

Schadenfreude like ouzo, is a No Prize best served cold.

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