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  • just_another_butthead just_another_butthead Feb 9, 1999 4:00 PM Flag

    yet another bloodbath on wall street.

    Fidelity, you may get your execution at 4 1/2 if this keeps up.

    Thanks Ralph, you butthole windbag.

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    • I really think this postcard needs to be posted so we all can study the writing style. You can't be to sure of these translation issues. Want to make sure the translation is done correctly:-)

    • Makes sense for this card. The foreground is a
      picture of a rather promiscuous, gorgeous, long haired
      snow bunny with skis.
      Her snow suit is pulled down
      over her waist with nothing left for the imagination.
      I'm not sure what's in the background, haven't gotten
      that far, yet.

    • >Schade, dass ihr im buro sitzen

      "It's a shame that you're sitting in the

      Switzerland is a little different than Germany but I think
      this is a fairly accurate


    • Can you give a fellow cheesehead down I94 a
      little translation help? I received a postcard from a
      friend who was visiting Switzerland last week and nobody
      I know can translate the front of the card. I see
      you've freshened up on your German with your trip last
      week so I thought you might be able to give me a
      Many thanks!

    • Dear Wounded

      I wrote them letters, I sat
      on the front porch and whined and I even sent them
      hearts and flowers. What they do? They poured the wash
      water on me and then unleashed the dogs. Didn't know I
      was such a good runner and jumper:-)

      Oh Well.

    • just_another_butthead just_another_butthead Feb 11, 1999 12:51 PM Flag

      Well then write 'em a letter and whine about how little they "care" about us shareholders. After all, we have feelings too.

      Sign me, "Wounded".

    • Now that's funny. The stock is at $5 and some
      Bozo comes out and says a bunch of nonsense and the
      stock goes to twelve but Hospital Boy won't trade the
      stock because the rise in valuation was based upon
      fluff and wasn't "...a real double."

      rich. I'm not trying to start a flaming war but
      investing doesn't care how the value of the shares
      increase. You set your target price and when that target
      price is reached you sell. You don't sit and debate why
      it got there or whether or not it was done in a
      moral fashion. If you feel guilty then give the excess
      to the Church.

      In the mean time if and when
      it wants to hit $10 1/2 my core position is gone.

    • Aw come on guys. That's like Clinton telling
      Monica that he was into her for the relationship. He was
      into the relationship for the sex or what ever he
      wants to call it and she was into the relationship for
      the thrill of being diddled by the whimpiest man on
      Earth. We're into EGHT for the money it can produce for
      our portfolio not for the long term investing
      relationship that we are currently in.

      Sign me; "Not

    • Can anyone tell me how to e-mail to these
      managing board member?
      I don't know their e-mail

      Chairman and CEO
      Paul Voois
      and COO
      Keith Barraclough
      CTO and Vice
      President, Engineering
      Bryan Martin
      CFO and Vice
      President, Finance
      Sandra Abbott
      Vice President,
      Marketing and Sales
      Chris McNiffe
      Vice President,
      Chris Peters
      Vice President, Business
      Michael Noonen
      Vice President, Process
      Samuel Wang

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