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  • Writer's pictureJeff Matthews

Gomen nasai

“Gomen nasai”—from the Japanese meaning “I’m really sorry we missed another quarter, and it was sort of my fault but not really my fault, because we are doing things for the future, and I still think GAAP breakeven is possible, and Project Propeller is really cool, and really it’s the shorts fault.”

See also:

“Hideki Matsui” “Kung Pao Chicken” “Tora! Tora! Tora!”

Jeff Matthews I Did Make That Up

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The content contained in this blog represents the opinions of Mr. Matthews. Mr. Matthews also acts as an advisor and clients advised by Mr. Matthews may hold either long or short positions in securities of various companies discussed in the blog based upon Mr. Matthews’ recommendations.

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