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Thank you, thank you, thank you...those message boards were getting a bit tiresome. But again, Yahoo's audience is fairly "generic" in nature (unlike fool.com, which has more speciailized readers, IMHO).

Isn't it said that petty people talk about people and big people talk about issues....?

Of course, the real gems i look for in yahoo's message boards is employee postings - yes, one does find a lot of the usual disgruntled messages which are rarely 100% accruate or reflective of the situation, but should a message board have an unusual amount of such activity, i take it as an ominous indicator. A company's employees should not be monitoring and posting messages from 9-5!

Any thoughts?
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