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re: Ramtron rejects Cypress Semi offer
CC VanDorne   6/19/2012 5:53:45 PM
This is twice for this type of rant from you. Please back it up. Are you a disgruntled ex-employee? If so, why? Fired? Maybe they hosed you out of some benefits or commission? Do you harbor resentment for TJ Rodgers for unnabashedly supporting capitalism? Or maybe latent anger toward him for when he gave Jesse Jackson the boot after JJ tried to shake down Cypress? Give us something, we're dyin' ovuh heeuh.

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re: Ramtron rejects Cypress Semi offer
krisi   6/19/2012 1:25:51 PM
Makes sense...I think Cypress needs to improve their offer, they were trying to get Ramtron cheap...Kris

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re: Ramtron rejects Cypress Semi offer
Dave1010101   6/19/2012 4:47:59 AM
I don't know anyone at Cypress currently.

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re: Ramtron rejects Cypress Semi offer
showlin   6/19/2012 1:48:31 AM

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re: Ramtron rejects Cypress Semi offer
moronda   6/18/2012 4:44:21 PM
Good job Ramtron, run for your life. You don't want to join that weirdo zone known as Cypress Semi. It is a psycho zone led by their chief psycho.

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