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Astrotech Corp. Message Board

  • abehnamffball abehnamffball Jul 10, 2012 5:27 PM Flag

    Return to Sanity Please...

    Can we just return to the postings related to ASTC and its business, instead of this back and forth with IMSC and their board? It adds nothing to our board, and instead has introduced invective and vitriol.

    Earnings should be around the corner, only a few more weeks away, and we should see that as a potential catalyst to generate a slow rise and hopefully a nice pop with what should almost certainly be at least 1-2 million in profit.

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    • I am not telling them to sell, I am just pointing the potential hazards and possible flaws in their company story. They can buy all the IMSC they want as far as I am concerned. It's not what I would do but hey it's a free country, let them have fun and knock themselves out doing what they love !

    • imtalkingandicantshutup imtalkingandicantshutup Jul 12, 2012 12:14 AM Flag

      Hey, didn't Jim McCormick engineer an explosives detector for IMSC?

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      • Sorry to say to loyal ASTC board members that Mr. Marsavian refuses to give up his posting on the IMSC board. None of us want this back and forth to continue. Do any of you know what job capacity he could have that would make him have all this time to post on another stock message board with his multiple IDS constantly? If you do know we certainly would like to hear.

        I am sure the majority of you are hard working individuals like ourselves who have the integrity not to post #$%$ on message boards that we supposedly have no interest in. Just wondering what he could possibly do to have all this time on his hands.

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