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  • garcrash1 garcrash1 Mar 13, 2006 4:50 PM Flag

    stock will be

    under ten dollars soon. no news and no volume. has not traded 25k in the last 13 sessions. paul is putting us all to sleep.

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    • Re: ronnie boy
      by: garcrash1 03/17/06 07:47 am
      Msg: 5666 of 5686

      i put the presentation on when i go to bed and i'm out within the first five minutes. i did however listen to the whole thing the other day and came away wondering why i'm even in this stock right now after hearing paul say "nobody is making any money right now" and also something to the effect that it will take another 3-5 years before they do. i know someone who's making money on rent thou, and his name is PR and he's been milking it for all it's worth for the last few years and looks like he will continue to DRINK for the next few years.

    • Re: ronnie boy
      by: forbonuspoints 03/20/06 10:21 am
      Msg: 5667 of 5685

      Obviously, a HUGE buying opportunity represented by today's drop in the price of my favorite stock. I gotta believe we'll see a buying surge - from all the PR fans.

      Yup, when I'm not eating my pizza, getting fatter and fatter, I'm thinking about the clothing biz RENT dumped partially in response to pressure from PR, which is, of course, a profitable business today, as it was then. I'm thinking about the warehouse biz in Ohio that PR 'valued' at $250 mil., endlessly delaying an IPO bankers were lined up to do until it was too late. I'm recalling how there was no debt, no exhausted lines of credit, lots of cash in the bank, and a 40 year deal with the Japanese client paying millions annually to RENT.

      Now, as you pointed out, PR eats caviar on the company tit, while the rest of the shareholders keep rationalizing what geniuses they were to replace me with him.

      Give me an f'ing break.

      You traded the guys who created RENT, who took it from a concept to a $100 mil. plus business, who gave you honest, responsible, long term thinking, and a seasoned, respected board, and who were paid less than PR, for...well...I'm sure you know better than I what you traded for.

      All I know is, the pizza sure is good. And the dough just keeps rising where I'm at.

      Too'd'loo.

    • Obviously, a HUGE buying opportunity represented by today's drop in the price of my favorite stock. I gotta believe we'll see a buying surge - from all the PR fans.

      Yup, when I'm not eating my pizza, getting fatter and fatter, I'm thinking about the clothing biz RENT dumped partially in response to pressure from PR, which is, of course, a profitable business today, as it was then. I'm thinking about the warehouse biz in Ohio that PR 'valued' at $250 mil., endlessly delaying an IPO bankers were lined up to do until it was too late. I'm recalling how there was no debt, no exhausted lines of credit, lots of cash in the bank, and a 40 year deal with the Japanese client paying millions annually to RENT.

      Now, as you pointed out, PR eats caviar on the company tit, while the rest of the shareholders keep rationalizing what geniuses they were to replace me with him.

      Give me an f'ing break.

      You traded the guys who created RENT, who took it from a concept to a $100 mil. plus business, who gave you honest, responsible, long term thinking, and a seasoned, respected board, and who were paid less than PR, for...well...I'm sure you know better than I what you traded for.

      All I know is, the pizza sure is good. And the dough just keeps rising where I'm at.

      Too'd'loo.

    • I want you to post more often. It gets the volume up.

 
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