Forgive me if I have misunderstood both posts about LieHub. Both posts seem to be saying, in effect, don't worry about the trash posted over there, its just part of the "game".
Although they were both very thoughtful posts, I think they underestimate the negative effect on the PPS (or any PPS for that matter), because its well supported that bashing IS effective. To that end... it is no "game". The bashing over on LieHub has negatively impacted PNCH PPS. To what degree is open for debate, but I think few would disagree that it has had some effect.
And... you indicate Steve is looking at the big picture (as if to indicate he too is unconcerned about the bashing), yet Steve himself devotes time to rebutting the trash posted over there. His attention to setting the record straight would indicate he also thinks its important to address some of the most outrageous and detrimental lies over there.
Not letting it "poison" this board is good advice, however overall bashing, I think, is a valid subject to discuss, and as such, is not what I would consider "poison". Many folks on this board (and perhaps elsewhere) are currently underwater on their PNCH investment. They are concerned, yet frustrated, that the bashing continues, non-stop over there. They feel helpless in being able to curtail or stop the bashing. For some, the only thing they can do is bring attention to the issue, (i.e. post here). While others take steps in other forms to combat the bashing.
My overall point being... its no game... bashing is a serious issue, involving serious financial effects. We all know PNCH should be trading much MUCH higher than it currently is. If one does the math on even a conservative company evaluation PPS (based on industry averages, peer data, company growth, potential viewership, etc) vs. our current PPS, (times O/S) we are talking about a lot of money. Money that this company could put to good use growing revenues, and investors could use to increase their investments.
I think, anyone invested in PNCH should take whatever action they can take in an effort to limit and/or stop bashing of the company. In fact, I feel so strongly about the issue, I think every investor has an obligation, to take steps to limit or stop the bashing. I have posted the quote here before... "All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.". If everyone is convinced that bashing is harmless, or they should just ignore it, and that any action would be futile, so why bother... bashers could drive this company into insignificance.
Please... for the sake of all involved, do whatever you can to stop the bashing. United we may have a chance... divided we will fail.