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Congratualtions, up, you have now just put more thought into salvaging the Fool then they themselves seem to have.

I would expand one point that you made. It is not just the employees that are listening to options. Once there is blood in the water, your customer base starts looking around at options, as do your suppliers, in this case the very advertisers that you blame for the recent turn of events.

One more bit of advice. Drop the arrogance. When you were putting out top returns and had the company performing you could get away with it. Last year you proved that you weren't bullet proof with the advice, and this year 115 unemployed shows that the business model ain't all that.
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