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Starbase Corporation (SBAS) Message Board

  • fu_mannchoo fu_mannchoo Jan 14, 2000 12:54 PM Flag

    Hey, Everyone, some advice:

    No one gives a rat's ass at what price you bought
    in or at what price you plan to sell or have sold.
    No one should give a rat's ass about what you
    predict the price will be in 5 minutes, at today's close,
    or next week, because almost all such predictions
    turn out to be wrong and most are offered with
    ulterior motives other than to educate others.

    you have a REAL clue as to some REAL information that
    many of us might not be aware of, then let loose with
    it and back it up. If you have some serious analysis
    about SBAS, the industry, or competitors, let's have
    it. If you have a serious question about any of these
    things, please ask it (note: asking for price predictions
    and trading advice are not serious questions). If you
    have a good joke to share, I'm all for it.

    you don't have any of this, then please shut the fuck
    up. This goes doubly for anyone posting under a name
    we haven't seen before this week.

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    • I agree w/you though. I did not know INPR was in the load test market

    • MERQ and BEAS do not have the best tools. You should check out INPR. They are the strongest tools company out there and SBAS works closely with them.

    • When I like to hear senseless babble, I read the
      post in this room. When I like to hear if there has
      been info. I have missed, I go to the starbase club
      board. Perhaps you should visit if you have yet to check
      it out.

    • I sincerely appreciate what I believe the intent
      of your post to be. I also appreciate the way you
      have dealt with bashers and hypsters. But as one who
      has lurked on this board for a long time I don't
      appreciate anyone's vile language or bashing against posters
      who don't participate on a daily or minute by minute
      basis. I also believe you are being a bit hypocritical
      considering a portion of your own posts lack the substance
      you request from others. For myself and others I
      believe we are justifiably euphoric over the constant
      steady rise of SBAS. An opinion poll was asked and
      people are answering. No offense intended. Good luck to
      you and all holders of SBAS.

    • Can I still post jokes?
      An American soldier,
      serving in World War II, had just returned
      several weeks of intense action on the German front
      lines. He had
      finally been granted R&R and was on a
      train bound for London.

      The train was very
      crowded, so the soldier walked the length of the
      looking for an empty seat. The only unoccupied seat
      directly adjacent to a well dressed middle aged lady and
      was being
      used by her little dog. The war weary
      soldier asked, "Please, ma'am,
      may I sit in that
      seat?" The English woman looked down her nose at
      soldier, sniffed and said, "You Americans. You are such a
      rude class
      of people. Can't you see my little Fifi
      is using that seat?"

      The soldier walked
      away, determined to find a place to rest, but
      another trip down to the end of the train, found himself
      again facing
      the woman with the dog. Again he asked,
      "Please, lady. May I sit
      there? I'm very tired." The
      English woman wrinkled her nose and
      snorted, "You
      Americans! Not only are you rude, you are also

      The soldier didn't say anything else. He
      leaned over, picked up the
      little dog, tossed it out
      the window of the train and sat down in the
      seat. The woman shrieked and demanded that someone
      defend her
      and chastise the soldier. An English
      gentleman sitting across the
      aisle spoke up, "You know,
      sir, you Americans do seem to have a
      penchant for
      doing the wrong thing. You eat holding the fork in
      wrong hand. You drive your autos on the wrong side of
      the road.

      And now, sir, you've thrown the
      wrong bitch out of the window."

    • buckle up, volume way up, price next, looks like its in play,

    • if you want to know about their competitors go to
      their website rather than a message board. See what
      they do and then see who is in their space. Look at a
      client list. Look at recent victories (Aspect) No need
      for the tone. On any message board there is going to
      be rabble deal w/it or don't visit...or will you be
      our savior w/your shut the f*ck up line

      • 1 Reply to deadhead10a
      • I'm suffering under no delusion that I can keep
        the idiots and assholes from posting. But I might be
        able to shame a few into temporary quiet and I can
        point out some of the the self-serving BS spewed here
        (see bid_ask and rosawy for recent

        In your first post, you asked a reasonable question
        and pointed out a couple of facts that one might
        reasonably think to be relevant and worth noting. Problem
        is, posts like yours are often lost in the crush of
        BS dispensing such gems of wisdom as "long until 50"
        "Short this now" "Stay long to 100" "Fed to raise rates
        and tank stock" etc. etc.

        To answer your
        question, earnings will probably be announced early to mid
        Feb. In the past, SBAS has issued a PR about now (i.e,
        two weeks after quarter ended) to give a range in
        which they expect earnings to fall, but they have
        indicated they may not do this any longer. They are
        required to announce by mid-Feb., and if the past is any
        indication they won't announce very much earlier than that.
        You may already know this, but Kaufman Bros. have
        estimated rev. to come in at $4.1 million with -.03 EPS.

    • Welcome back! We were just wondering where you've been.



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