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Yesterday Rambus' share price rose yet again, to close at $240, and while a 64MB module of SDRAM was listed as $30 on Pricewatch, a 64MB RIMM cost $309...

Flamer Only the most retarded shorts still use the Register as a source. Better study up a bit.

Register Hi. What do you mean by this elliptic line?

Flamer I assumed that "elliptic" would suffice for people who write for a living. What I meant was that NO ONE believes your lies anymore, especially concerning Intel, but mostly Rambus. I sent my email from your latest Rambus trashing page, but I see I didn't mention RMBS in my email. If you want respect in the tech trading community over here, stop printing such obviously slanted stories. I used to see over and over "You got that from the Register? No wonder it's crap". Now, no one even responds when someone uses the Register for a source. They just assume the proselytizer is a retarded short seller of, for example Rambus.

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