No, I was just sloppy. I just looked back five years, and didn't think to check the stock price during the internet bubble.
FWIW, I looked at the 10-K for FY2000, and they did $0.99 EPS in FY1999, and in Feb 2000, the stock was selling in the $20s. I don't know why it spiked to $35 in mid-March, 2000, but it may have been because on March 7, 2000, they issued an S1 filing. Perhaps there was something in there, or in a PR that came out at that time that isn't available in the SEC's EDGAR system, that caused the run. Or maybe it was because that's also within a few days of when the NASDAQ peaked at 5000.
By the time they filed the 10-K on March 30, 2000, the price was back to the low $20s.