If it isn't my two favorite psychotic twins,
Tweedle Dave and Tweedle Sunny! How simply awesome to see
you both together on one page again. It's a beautiful
Now don't be upset, sugar bugars. You just have to
know that I love you both.
that I know it's really you, David (as I suspected all
along), I'll dust off those really special handcuffs I
know you'll get a kick out of. No more kid games for
Good analogy, this is now a young (and lean, and
hopefully flexible) company again. You can expect some
volatility over the next several quarters.
your question, their French and German operations were
not generating revenues. Hopefully their new owners
can turn that around. They are still distributors for
Interesting that the stock rose
slightly after the bad news today. The old axiom "price
goes down on good news" and "up on bad news" still
applies from time to time. Who knows what it will do
tomorrow. But the institutional investors are out of this
one, and from what I've heard employees hold a
boatload of stock.
I don't expect this stock to
fall much unless something really catastrophic
happens. Their competition is similarly struggling, for
You seem like a knowledable person in this
sector. Where do you think this puppy is going? Why did
they sell their French and German operations,
particularly when they were creating revenue? Was it to narrow
the focal point to one or two applications?
appreciate some objective feedback.
Thanks in Advance
The purpose of this post is to inform you of an
emerging Internet company, NASDAQ:TPEG, soon to be
"Internet and Technology Resources" Corporation
TPEG began their transition into the Internet business
approximately ninety days ago and are following a model similar
to CMGI and WCAP. All the below FACTS detail their
progress and can be verified by one of two ways:
By reviewing the company Press Releases over the
last three months:
2) By calling Strategic Capital Consultants (IR) @
In addition, a TPEG(IATR) chat room was created last
month to discuss the developments of TPEG. Feel free to
visit that room and ask any questions as they relate to
Or visit the Yahoo message Board
TPEG (IATR) Facts:
1) On January 20, 1999, TPEG
formally announced a corporate restructuring plan to
redirect its business from the movie production industry
to the internet / e-commerce industry.
February 4, 1999, TPEG announced the purchase of a
significant equity position in flowersandgifts.com. The
flowersandgifts.com private placement ends 4-15-99 and an IPO follows
shortly. Their website can be found at:
3) On February 25, 1999, TPEG announced the purchase
of a significant equity position in Pacific
Softworks. Their web site can be found at:
4) On March 1, 1999, TPEG announced that it will
change its name to "Internet and Technology Resources"
(IATR). The name change and cusip change will go into
effect immediately after the shareholder's meeting May
26. Note: THE CUSIP CHANGE REQUIRE THAT SHORTS
5) On April 1, 1999, TPEG announced that Pacific
Softworks filed an initial public offering (IPO) on March
26, 1999, for 800,000 units.
6 On April 7,
1999, TPEG announced the appointment of Barry Sandrew,
Ph.D., as executive vice president and chief technology
officer. His resume can be found
7)On April 15, 1999, TPEG announced the commencement
of the publication of a free bi-weekly newsletter to
be available on the Internet, with the start date
currently contemplated to be April 21. The report, titled
''The Sandrew Letter,'' will be authored by TPEG's
Executive Vice President - CTO, Barry Sandrew, Ph.D., and
can be accessed on http://www.iatr.net, even though
the company's Web site is still under construction.
8) Currently, there are 9.6 million shares
outstanding (including returned shares) with 6 million in the
float. TPEG also has 1.7 million Warrants available
9) TPEG has a $5.5 million line of credit with an
institutional investor, a film library from their previous
industry valued at $8-15 million, and wholly owns
MediaWorks International worth approximately $5
10) Further Press Releases are forthcoming.
Must be great to be associated with such a
prestigious, comical company.
Speculator, you are just
the latest in a very long line of dimwitted investors
who threw money at this Super Dog and then left a few
months later. Trust me, you will make no money. But
please don't take my word for it; I prefer to see your
accounts suffer for awhile.
As for Gates' "book"
(ie. advertisement written by MSFT staff
ghostwriters), the other poster was right, CSRE hasn't been a
leader since the Reagan administration. Reselling MSFT
software which is sold at rock bottom prices and has a
plethora of value-added 3rd party vendors/consultants
isn't the place to make money. As for HYSL, they've
made their mistakes but they're not a flea-bitten
rustbelt Detroit company and they will recover. Something
about having the best OLAP tool out there and all
Granted, it's competitive now with MSFT's SQL Server but
such is life. Sucks to be CSRE right now as the share
Another feather in their cap. They seem to be
racking up the contracts. Agree, HYSL seems to be
developing new software, but it will take time to work out
the kninks. Wouldn't be surprised at a positive
earnings for CSRE. The stock maintained its support
Ready for the uptrend and "pop" when earnings are
See you in Bermuda!
as she fell into the rogue Dave Koresh's manly
arms, only to smell his fetid ...
you simply must learn a new trick or two. These are
all the same tired boring attacks you've posted since
the beginning of time. Or at least, since the
beginning of Yahoo.
Your attacks on CSRE are
perfectly understandable, given the current state of
affairs. But pity the poor dears at the mighty HYSL, who
simply can't get it up any more in their miracle merger
defense against MSFT.
A gorilla with a limp
weeny? Mighty Joe Young with a mashed banana?
dear.... the tragedy of it all....