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Subject: disclosure language confusion Date: 4/5/2008 11:51 PM
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Your disclosure states:
As always, though, you should remember to consider every piece of investment information you receive, here at the Fool or elsewhere, not as a de facto recommendation, but as an idea for further consideration.

-When I have a water problem, I call a plumber.
-When I have an electrical problem, I call an electrician.
-When my car is broke, I need a auto mechanic.

Come on guys, you make recommendations and remind us ( A LOT ) about how good you are at making the "right" recommendations.

Can we trust you or not? I thought you did the homework.

Could you be more explicit in you definition of "Idea for further consideration".
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