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  • dnkldorf dnkldorf Mar 15, 2002 11:30 PM Flag

    Lets think this through...

    Does Qcom have the expertise in the sat manufacturing field? Lor and Lmt do. I think Qcom acquiring Lor would be a disaster for Qcom, Lor and all shareholders. Here�s my thought. As the 2 companies combine there is always a parting of some of the employees of the companies. Too many people doing the same jobs, at both companies. Some get laid off. Now Qcom doing the acquiring, keeps the majority of its people why Lor gets hit with most of the loses. Qcom would be expected to keep the Top level people but, somehow I believe the moral of what�s left at Lor would diminish, and progress would be hampered. If Qcom has the ability now to manufacture sats they could absorb this loss and they would have something to contribute. I don't think they do. I don�t Bernie seeing that happen either. LMT already has the capability of manufacturing sats . I see Bernie as being the kind of guy that won�t settle for seeing Lor going to Qcom and remaining Lor under Qcom�s control. He wants on the board of Lmt. I believe this. He built a very successful business and he wants to see it to it�s glory days. He is looking for that high in life. He�s greedy, but really, aren�t we all at one stage of the game. He�s now making a killing, kicks back on the board and has less stress on the mind while watching his options grow. He�s set now. Life is good. If this happens maybe we can ride on the man�s coattails for awhile, then were going to have to go find that next one, cause we ain�t retiring on this stock alone. That will be the next pain in my ass besides Waldo. So, what ya�s think? Both pos and negs welcome.

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