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Fracking pioneer Chesapeake files for bankruptcy protection

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Chesapeake Energy, a shale drilling pioneer that helped to turn the United States into a global energy powerhouse, has filed for bankruptcy protection.

The Oklahoma City-based company said Sunday that it was a necessary decision given its debt. Its debt load is currently nearing $9 billion. It has entered a plan with lenders to cut $7 billion of its debt and said it will continue to operate as usual during the bankruptcy process.

The oil and gas company was a leader in the fracking boom, using unconventional techniques to extract oil and gas from the ground, a method that has come under scrutiny because of its environmental impact.

Other wildcatters followed in Chesapeake’s path, racking up huge debts to find oil and gas in fields spanning New Mexico, Texas, the Dakotas and Pennsylvania. A reckoning is now coming due with those massive debts needing to be serviced by Chesapeake and those that followed its path.

More than 200 oil producers have filed for bankruptcy protection in the past five years, a trend that’s expected to continue as a global pandemic saps demand for energy and depresses prices further.

Founded in 1989 with an initial $50,000 investment, Chesapeake focused on drilling in underdeveloped areas of Oklahoma and Texas. It largely abandoned traditional vertical well drilling, employing instead lateral drilling techniques to free natural gas from unconventional shale formations.

It became a colossus in the energy markets, eventually reaching a market valuation of more than $37 billion. Then, the first in a series of financial shocks hit Chesapeake as the Great Recession sent energy prices into the basement.

The company closed Friday valued at around $115 million.

Chesapeake grew with lightning speed under one-time CEO Aubrey McClendon, known for his aggressiveness acquiring oil and gas drilling rights. He pushed the company to acquire enormous tracks of land in several states, taking on mounting debt along the way. Chesapeake in some ways became a victim of its own success as other companies followed its lead and U.S. energy production soared, driving down prices.

As Chesapeake was expanding at breakneck speed, natural gas prices were near $20 per million British thermal units, the benchmark for natural gas trading. But frackers like Chesapeake flooded the market with cheap natural gas, sending prices to well under $2.

McClendon left the company in 2013 with questions swirling about its business practices. On March 1, 2016, McClendon was indicted on a charge of conspiring to rig bids on energy leases in Oklahoma. McClendon died the following day, the single occupant in his Chevrolet Tahoe that smashed into a concrete viaduct at nearly 90 mph.

The coroner ruled his death an accident.

Chesapeake has paid millions of dollars since to settle charges of bid rigging.

Robert Lawler became CEO after McClendon’s death and began selling off assets to get Chesapeake’s debt under control. But that debt grew more threatening within two years as the fracking boom turn to a bust in 2015. Chesapeake reported a quarterly loss of $4 billion that year and the first wave of layoffs began with 750 jobs.

Despite Chespeake’s problems, Lawler last year remained the highest-paid CEO in Oklahoma with $15.4 million in compensation, according to a ranking compiled by The Associated Press and Equilar.

Chesapeake lost an eye-popping $8.3 billion in the first quarter of this year, and it listed $8.62 billion in net debt. The company said in a regulatory filing in May that “management has concluded that there is substantial doubt about the company’s ability to continue as a going concern.”

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39 Comments on "Fracking pioneer Chesapeake files for bankruptcy protection"

  1. Anonymouse on Mon, 29th Jun 2020 12:16 am 

    Wasnt it outfits like this that were going to make amerika ‘energy independent’. AND have so much left over they were going to export it all to Europe? You know, to replace all that evil communist Russian Natural Gas with all that excess freedom gas being ‘produced’ by companies like Chesapeake?

    Or maybe not.

    Kinda hard to do all that and more, when you are, you know, insolvent I guess.

    Chesapeake lost an eye-popping $8.3 billion in the first quarter of this year, and it listed $8.62 billion in net debt. The company said in a regulatory filing in May that “management has concluded that there is substantial doubt about the company’s ability to continue as a going concern.”

    Really? Perceptive analysis like the above is what all those 6 figure salaries will get you in corporate amerika these days. Good thing they pay as well as they do, or they might not figured out their company was going to shit.

    Of course, there is always the possibly that the uSgov will step in a underwrite these losers. Especially now, since corporate welfare is being handed out as fast as they can print the dollars. With billions, or trillions, even in handouts in the offing, I’m sure the uSgov could find 15 or 20 billions for these guys. Might happen, who knows…

  2. MUZZ-19 is CONVICT-19 you guyes all we can do is love muzz more on Mon, 29th Jun 2020 12:21 am 

    superatard anonturd
    u lost money in CHK?

    avoid penny stock like a plague

  3. joe on Mon, 29th Jun 2020 10:03 am 

    Cant say I didn’t warn em. Debt eating into marginal profit. Green energy wont save Anerica either. Transition to a lower living standard will help. But all those snowflake liberal intersectional maniacs in antifa and blm will have to get real about everyone becoming a rap superstar or billionaire drug baron. The bumpy plateau rolls on. When the dems and multikultr finally do get to rule over America it will be all used up. Whites ain’t gonna want it anymore anyway. Then it will be turned over to some American version of the ANC who will bury it.
    With an average decline of GDP growth rates 1980-2018. South Africa is the model for the ‘woke’ society. The rainbow nation who retried a cripple who had already been found guilty of shooting his girlfriend and gave him a harsher sentence despite no new evidence is the model for General Flynn and one day Trump.

  4. joe on Mon, 29th Jun 2020 10:14 am 

    Getting rid of people’s right to inheritance in SA: 5 questions with constitutional law expert Pierre de Vos

    “https://www.news24.com/amp/news24/analysis/getting-rid-of-peoples-right-to-inheritance-in-sa-5-questions-with-constitutional-law-expert-pierre-de-vos-20200610”

    “On his popular blog, Constitutionally Speaking, De Vos said inheritance was a method white South Africa was able to retain the wealth they accumulated over generations of colonial and apartheid rule

    think the idea is about questioning the idea of inheritance is something that should go beyond South Africa. There are practical issues if you only do it in one country such as emigration. But, I think there should be a movement across the globe to mitigate the effects of unbridled capitalism and this would be one of them.

    Wokism is just getting started folks, coming to a court near you

  5. joe on Mon, 29th Jun 2020 10:03 am wow really little small big brother joe supertard president saint you finally mentioned whitey supertard president saint general flynn but you refused to give him his deserved title i mean how much can one love on Mon, 29th Jun 2020 10:14 am 

    muzzies
    Muzz suicide Attack on Pakistan’s Stock Exchange Kills 3…

    Please give him credit by saying “the irishman” (the honest one)

    btw, darkie supertard president saint Rao’s opinion is eggselent. whitey supertard president saint general flynn will be scotch free soon

  6. Abraham van Helsing on Mon, 29th Jun 2020 11:05 am 

    Getting rid of people’s right to inheritance in SA: 5 questions with constitutional law expert Pierre de Vos

    “https://www.news24.com/amp/news24/analysis/getting-rid-of-peoples-right-to-inheritance-in-sa-5-questions-with-constitutional-law-expert-pierre-de-vos-20200610”

    “On his popular blog, Constitutionally Speaking, De Vos said inheritance was a method white South Africa was able to retain the wealth they accumulated over generations of colonial and apartheid rule

    think the idea is about questioning the idea of inheritance is something that should go beyond South Africa. There are practical issues if you only do it in one country such as emigration. But, I think there should be a movement across the globe to mitigate the effects of unbridled capitalism and this would be one of them.

    joe esquire is pushing some anti-white South-African Jewish homo, leaving no doubt about the heritage of joe esquire himself.

    https://constitutionallyspeaking.co.za/

    https://nl.qwe.wiki/wiki/Pierre_de_Vos

    Come on joey-boy, tell us again how Anglos indirectly killed Anne Frank.

  7. FamousDrScanlon on Mon, 29th Jun 2020 12:08 pm 

    Hopefully Chesapeake’s CEO won’t be so upset that he smashes his SUV into a bridge abutment & dies in an single vehicle ‘accident’ that looks suspiciously like a suicide that is often attempted by phony swinging dick white men facing criminal charges, possible prison time, social status & financial ruin.

    B.I.H. Aubrey

  8. Davy on Mon, 29th Jun 2020 12:14 pm 

    In other ChinaUp news:

    China lies:

    “83 Tons Of Fake Gold Bars: Gold Market Rocked By Massive China Counterfeiting Scandal”
    https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/83-tons-fake-gold-bars-gold-market-rocked-massive-china-counterfeiting-scandal

    “Yet one market which seemed stubbornly immune to any counterfeiting was that of physical gold in China, which was odd considering that over the past decade China had emerged as the world’s biggest counterfeiter of various, mostly industrial metals used to secure bank loans, better known as “ghost collateral”, and which adding insult to injury, would frequently be rehypothecated meaning often several banks would have claims to the same (fake) asset. All that is about to change with the discovery of what may be one of the biggest gold counterfeiting scandal in recent history. And yes, not only does it involve China, but it emerges from a city that has become synonymous for all that is scandalous about China: Wuhan itself. With that preamble in mind, we introduce readers to Wuhan Kingold Jewelry Inc., a company which as the name implies was founded and operates out of Wuhan, and which describes itself on its website as “A Company with a Golden future.” In retrospect, it probably meant “copper” future, because as a remarkable expose by Caixin has found, more than a dozen Chinese financial institutions, mainly trust companies (i.e., shadow banks) loaned 20 billion yuan ($2.8 billion) over the past five years to Wuhan Kingold Jewelry with pure gold as collateral and insurance policies to cover any losses. There was just one problem: the “gold” turned out to be gold-plated copper.”

  9. Davy on Mon, 29th Jun 2020 12:25 pm 

    More USAdown:

    “’We Were Facing An Angry Mob’: Gun-Toting St. Louis Couple Tell Their Side Of The Story”
    https://www.zerohedge.com/political/gun-toting-st-louis-lawyers-defend-mansion-blm-protesters-viral-video

    “The couple, identified as attorneys Mark and Patricia McCloskey, engaged in a shouting match with the protesters, waving what appeared to be an AR-15 rifle and a pistol (albeit employing terrible muzzle and trigger discipline and without cover).”

  10. JuanP on Mon, 29th Jun 2020 12:46 pm 

    More USAdown:
    “’We Were Facing An Angry Mob’: Gun-Toting St. Louis Couple Tell Their Side Of The Story”
    https://www.zerohedge.com/political/gun-toting-st-louis-lawyers-defend-mansion-blm-protesters-viral-video
    “The couple, identified as attorneys Mark and Patricia McCloskey, engaged in a shouting match with the protesters, waving what appeared to be an AR-15 rifle and a pistol (albeit employing terrible muzzle and trigger discipline and without cover).”

  11. Abraham van Helsing on Mon, 29th Jun 2020 12:50 pm 

    https://twitter.com/mchooyah/status/1277355238891163649?s=20

    Moment Seattle Police takes back Police Department from BLM and Antifa.

  12. Davy on Mon, 29th Jun 2020 12:52 pm 

    More USAdown

    “The New Normal In NYC? 11 People Shot In Under 12 Hours”
    https://summit.news/2020/06/29/the-new-normal-in-nyc-11-people-shot-in-under-12-hours/
    https://www.zerohedge.com/political/new-normal-nyc-11-people-shot-under-12-hours

    “The explosion in gun violence dovetails with the disbanding of NYPD anti-crime units, a decision that means around 600 plainclothes officers will be taken off targeted raids and reassigned. A retiring NYPD detective, speaking anonymously with the NY Post, recently warned that the move will “be the demise” of New York City.”

  13. JuanP on Mon, 29th Jun 2020 12:59 pm 

    More USAdown
    “The New Normal In NYC? 11 People Shot In Under 12 Hours”
    https://summit.news/2020/06/29/the-new-normal-in-nyc-11-people-shot-in-under-12-hours/
    https://www.zerohedge.com/political/new-normal-nyc-11-people-shot-under-12-hours
    “The explosion in gun violence dovetails with the disbanding of NYPD anti-crime units, a decision that means around 600 plainclothes officers will be taken off targeted raids and reassigned. A retiring NYPD detective, speaking anonymously with the NY Post, recently warned that the move will “be the demise” of New York City.”

  14. Davy on Mon, 29th Jun 2020 1:00 pm 

    More USAdown

    “The Old America Is Dead: Three Scenarios For The Way Forward”
    https://www.zerohedge.com/political/old-america-dead-three-scenarios-way-forward

    “Our enemy, in this case is the globalist Blob and its militant would-be Che Guevaras and LARPing Leninists, the MSM, the bureaucracy, the courts, the big corporations, and the education establishment.

    Yet, for the most part, until recently, the Blob has not confronted the Historic American Nation head-on. The Blob has been patient, killing us by the death of a thousand cuts, taking ground steadily through subversion, using propaganda and misinformation, censorship via Tech Totalitarians, and the slow encroachment of what the late Sam Francis called “anarcho-tyranny,” with mass immigration (“the Great Replacement”) as its weapon of mass destruction.”

  15. FamousDrScanlon on Mon, 29th Jun 2020 1:07 pm 

    JuanP, what snaps in you that makes you start your
    Davy ID theft. You get so triggered like a child. You demonstrate an infantile narcissistic personality. Some would actually consider you a psychopath that could do harm to yourself or others. Get some therapy son, and Check back in with me.

  16. JuanP on Mon, 29th Jun 2020 1:08 pm 

    More USAdown
    “The Old America Is Dead: Three Scenarios For The Way Forward”
    https://www.zerohedge.com/political/old-america-dead-three-scenarios-way-forward
    “Our enemy, in this case is the globalist Blob and its militant would-be Che Guevaras and LARPing Leninists, the MSM, the bureaucracy, the courts, the big corporations, and the education establishment.
    Yet, for the most part, until recently, the Blob has not confronted the Historic American Nation head-on. The Blob has been patient, killing us by the death of a thousand cuts, taking ground steadily through subversion, using propaganda and misinformation, censorship via Tech Totalitarians, and the slow encroachment of what the late Sam Francis called “anarcho-tyranny,” with mass immigration (“the Great Replacement”) as its weapon of mass destruction.”

  17. Davy on Mon, 29th Jun 2020 1:22 pm 

    Major Mexican Cartels: Drug Wars And Business
    https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/major-mexican-cartels-drug-wars-and-business

    “Major banks, such as HSBC and Wells Fargo, have repeatedly been caught laundering many billions of dollars from the drug cartels in Mexico and getting nothing more than a token slap on the wrist from the financial regulators in the form of a fine. The entire US financial system is kept afloat by drug money according to some experts (examined in detail by Michael Ruppert and Catherine Austin Fitts, among many others).”

  18. JuanP on Mon, 29th Jun 2020 1:27 pm 

    Major Mexican Cartels: Drug Wars And Business
    https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/major-mexican-cartels-drug-wars-and-business
    “Major banks, such as HSBC and Wells Fargo, have repeatedly been caught laundering many billions of dollars from the drug cartels in Mexico and getting nothing more than a token slap on the wrist from the financial regulators in the form of a fine. The entire US financial system is kept afloat by drug money according to some experts (examined in detail by Michael Ruppert and Catherine Austin Fitts, among many others).”

  19. zero juan on Mon, 29th Jun 2020 1:29 pm 

    JuanP, you whine so much about ZH but read it constantly. I think that means You are a delusional hypocrite.

  20. Davy on Mon, 29th Jun 2020 1:30 pm 

    The Theory Of MMT Falls Flat When Faced With Reality (Part I)
    https://www.zerohedge.com/economics/theory-mmt-falls-flat-when-faced-reality-part-i

    “Japan is a microcosm of what the U.S. will face in the coming years as the “3-D’s” of debt, deflation, and the inevitability of demographics continue to widen the wealth gap. What Japan has shown us is that financial engineering doesn’t create prosperity, and over the medium to longer-term, it has negative consequences. Such is a key point. What is missed by those promoting the use of more debt, is the underlying flawed logic of using debt to solve a debt problem. At some point, you simply have to stop digging.”

  21. JuanP on Mon, 29th Jun 2020 2:02 pm 

    The Theory Of MMT Falls Flat When Faced With Reality (Part I)
    https://www.zerohedge.com/economics/theory-mmt-falls-flat-when-faced-reality-part-i

    “Japan is a microcosm of what the U.S. will face in the coming years as the “3-D’s” of debt, deflation, and the inevitability of demographics continue to widen the wealth gap. What Japan has shown us is that financial engineering doesn’t create prosperity, and over the medium to longer-term, it has negative consequences. Such is a key point. What is missed by those promoting the use of more debt, is the underlying flawed logic of using debt to solve a debt problem. At some point, you simply have to stop digging.”

  22. REAL Dumb on Mon, 29th Jun 2020 2:05 pm 

    There already asking for us to get banned on the moderated side Davy. That didn’t take so long.

  23. the zero juan moderator on Mon, 29th Jun 2020 2:10 pm 

    JuanP on Mon, 29th Jun 2020 2:05 pm

    “There already asking for us to get banned on the moderated side Davy. That didn’t take so long.”

    JuanP “They”, as in two of the extreme liberal cancel club. LOL. They are afraid and need a safe space. Who cares juanPee. This means I am getting things done. Did you notice the moderator delete your bad behavior comment. You just can’t listen can you! LMFAO. I love rubbing your shit kn your nose, you triggered widdle pussy!

  24. JuanP on Mon, 29th Jun 2020 2:26 pm 

    “Irreparable Harms”: How The Flynn Case Became A Dangerous Game Of Legal Improvisation
    Below is my column in USA Today on the D.C. Circuit ordering Judge Emmet Sullivan to dismiss the case of former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn. After this column ran, new evidence emerged that further undermined the FBI and the targeting of Flynn, as discussed in another recent column. Notes from fired FBI Special Agent Peter Strzok show that former FBI Director James Comey told President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden that Flynn’s call to the Russian diplomat “appear legit.” Nevertheless, Biden (who denied having anything to do with the case) is noted as raising the idea of a charge under the facially unconstitutional Logan Act, a law that has never been used successfully to charge a single person since the beginning of this Republic. Comey of course was the one who later bragged that he “probably wouldn’t have … gotten away with it” in other administrations, but he sent “a couple guys over” to question Flynn, who was settling into his new office as national security adviser. We now know that, when Comey broke protocols and sent the agents, he thought the calls were legitimate ant that agents wanted to dismiss the investigation in December for lack of evidence. They were prevented from doing so as Strzok, Biden, and others discussed other crimes, any crime, to nail Flynn just before the start of the Trump Administration. If all of that seems “illegitimate” and “irregular,” it pales in comparison to how two judges on the D.C. panel reviewed the handling of the Flynn case by Judge Emmet Sullivan. It seems that everyone from the President to the Vice President to the FBI Director to ultimately the federal judge have engaged in a dangerous form of improvisational law when it came to Michael Flynn. That will now hopefully end though many questions still remain. It is possible for Judge Sullivan to appeal, though the upcoming hearing on Flynn has been removed from the docket. Here is the column: The dismissal of the case against former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn sent shock waves across Washington, including Congress which was hours away from a hearing addressing the case. Any appellate decision taking unprecedented measures to stop “irreparable harms” and “irregular” conduct is newsworthy. However, those admonishments were not describing Flynn’s conduct but that of his trial judge, U.S. District Judge Emmet Sullivan. The D.C. Circuit panel took the exceptionally rare step of ordering Sullivan to stop further proceedings and dismiss the case to avoid further damage caused by his prior orders.
    https://www.zerohedge.com/political/irreparable-harms-how-flynn-case-became-dangerous-game-legal-improvisation

  25. Davy on Mon, 29th Jun 2020 3:41 pm 

    More USAdown AKA The Great Levelling

    “Forget The V, W, Or L Recovery: Focus On N-P-B”
    https://www.zerohedge.com/economics/forget-v-w-or-l-recovery-focus-n-p-b

    “ The only realistic Plan B is a fundamental, permanent re-ordering of the cost structure of the entire U.S. economy. Call it DeGrowth, or creative destruction, or disruption if you prefer, but whatever name we use, the reality will be extraordinarily disruptive, uncertain, risky and unpredictable. As many of us has explained over the years, unstable, brittle, fragile systems characterized by soaring inequality, pay-to-play political corruption and dependence on debt, leverage and speculative bubbles were unsustainable. Plan B can be a chaotic mess of denial and failed half-measures that only make all the problems worse, or it can be a positive transformation that results in a society that does more with less. The choice is ours.”

  26. JuanP on Mon, 29th Jun 2020 4:08 pm 

    More USAdown AKA The Great Levelling

    “Forget The V, W, Or L Recovery: Focus On N-P-B”
    https://www.zerohedge.com/economics/forget-v-w-or-l-recovery-focus-n-p-b

    “ The only realistic Plan B is a fundamental, permanent re-ordering of the cost structure of the entire U.S. economy. Call it DeGrowth, or creative destruction, or disruption if you prefer, but whatever name we use, the reality will be extraordinarily disruptive, uncertain, risky and unpredictable. As many of us has explained over the years, unstable, brittle, fragile systems characterized by soaring inequality, pay-to-play political corruption and dependence on debt, leverage and speculative bubbles were unsustainable. Plan B can be a chaotic mess of denial and failed half-measures that only make all the problems worse, or it can be a positive transformation that results in a society that does more with less. The choice is ours.”

  27. JuanP on Mon, 29th Jun 2020 4:08 pm 

    The P is for pink poodle. I am a gay date

  28. REAL Dumb on Mon, 29th Jun 2020 6:41 pm 

    Every one no’s were pink poodle Davy. Were only makin areself look even more foolish.

  29. zero juan on Mon, 29th Jun 2020 7:14 pm 

    Every one no’s were pink poodle Davy. Were only makin areself look even more foolish.

  30. rockman on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 1:12 pm 

    Again just a quick reminder of how Chapter 11 works. Negotiations with debt owners will be supervised by a bankruptcy judge whose final word is absolute. So no, Chesapeake is not being liquidated nor is it going out of business. In fact, now that it has filed Chapter 11 it has secured a debtor-in-possession loan of almost $1 billion. Google that type of loan if you don’t understand. This will allow it to continue operating.

    So what happens now? No one can say since the deal with debt owners is being negotiated. That $7 billion in debt could disappear. But that could cost current stock owners dearly: a while back one oil company similar to Chesapeake eliminated all of its debt. And the shareholders gave up 96% of their stock to the debt owners that then had complete control of the company. Including stripping it of virtually all of the stock dividends. They might eventually make more money then if the loans were repaid. May be.

    It maybe a good while before the final deal is known.

  31. Davy on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 3:51 pm 

    Duuuuuuuh I dun undertan all ur biug fancy wurds rokko. Anmerica is going to be enurgy indedpence and it was Cheapskate oil company was biggest and bestest fraker of them all right? why so hurd for me to unnerstand ur fancy words and oiloman talking? Fancy intrenet man says CHepskate fraking co is losing more muney than it my head hurtz to think about it. I have to go the toilet now rokko. explains it to me wafter I make my daily stinky

  32. FamousDrScanlon on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 4:13 pm 

    rockman , you have lots of experience with chapter 11?

    Not something I’d be bragging about.

  33. Abraham van Helsing on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 4:29 pm 

    rockman , you have lots of experience with chapter 11?
    Not something I’d be bragging about.

    You of course never went bust, as no bank would ever grant you a business loan north of 1 $.
    Not something I’d be bragging about.

  34. DOC-19 aka MUZZ-19 aka CONVICT-19 please be respectful to supertard rock and supertard Davy on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 4:48 pm 

    thank you
    CONVICT-19

  35. rockman on Sun, 5th Jul 2020 2:43 pm 

    Famous – Never worked for a company that filed Chapter 11. But did detailed analysis of every one that has in recent years. My company has been very predatory: every company filing Chapter 11 is prime hunting ground for asset acquisition. Got a $60,000 bonus once for identifying and stripping one company of several juicy properties at a very cheap price.

    In Texas the best deer hunters are the ones that understand the animal the best. LOL

  36. zero juan on Sun, 5th Jul 2020 3:32 pm 

    “Famous – Never worked for a company that filed Chapter 11.”

    juanPee (FamousDrScanlon) has never worked a day in his life.

  37. Davy on Sun, 5th Jul 2020 4:17 pm 

    And no one works harder than me. I spend 20 plus hours a day, making fake posts under ridiculous sounding names, like my retarded muzzie sock that no pays any attention to, on a niche website. Most of my work day consists of my weak and laughable attempts at cyber bullying and stalking the intelligent and rational posters.

    Call me zero work davy?

  38. zero juan on Sun, 5th Jul 2020 4:43 pm 

    JuanP on Sun, 5th Jul 2020 4:17 pm

    “And no one works harder than me. I spend 20 plus hours a day, making fake posts under ridiculous sounding names, like my retarded muzzie sock that no pays any attention to, on a niche website. Most of my work day consists of my weak and laughable attempts at cyber bullying and stalking the intelligent and rational posters. Call me zero work juan?”

    I am glad you are finally understanding your condition juanPee. This is the first step to recovery from being a worthless do nothing troll fuck that you are.

  39. FOAR-19 my little smallz big brother joe supertard president saint CONVICT-19 will be the end of us all on Sun, 5th Jul 2020 6:46 pm 

    death rate is so horrific. number too big to print here but the end of whitey supertards is near and so is all of us.

    only song remain and only love of supremacist MUZZ-19 remains

    Note contra to popular belief MUHAMMAD-9 is not related to CONVICT-19. it is about pedifiler Muhammad, the aisha who0re was 9 so it’s therapist (see sean connory)

    for apollo mission by (((supertard))) stanley kubric but applies to CONVICT-19 too:

    Here’s a little agit for the never-believer
    Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
    Here’s a little ghost for the offering
    Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
    Here’s a truck stop instead of Saint Peter’s

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