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  • should we pop?

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    • I think the link is great cause I never would
      have found it without your post. Already marked it as
      fave and passed it on...btw , as far as lightening up,
      two guys walking in the woods found a very large and
      obviously deep hole. One threw in a small rock but heard no
      impact. The second threw in a larger rock and still no
      sound of impact. After searching around, they found a
      railroad tie and proceded to throw this in. While waiting
      for the crash, all of a sudden a goat runs up from
      behind them and dives off the cliff. Both guys are
      dumbfounded as this is the wierdest thing they ever saw.
      While trying to figure out what just happened, another
      man appears and asks them if they have seen a goat.
      They reply that one just ran up and dove into the
      hole. That could'nt be my goat, the man replied, mine
      was tied to a railroad tie. Now I ask is DBCC the
      hole or the goat. Have a good weekend and think
      positive.

    • I too enjoy a joke ... but certainly not at the
      expense of others. Rumors and/or misleading posts have a
      purpose.
      Not everyone has the same degree of investor
      experience, expertise and are fully aware of the workings of
      the Street.

      I think you know what I,m saying


      Peace and have a good weekend

    • Folks,with all the Linux huzzuh, our fellow
      poster "VIC quad Two's" posted a humorous messege as
      msg#21811. We continued that thought on msg#21812. Please
      refer to those msgs and to msg # 21820 explaining it
      was for the sake of making us DBCC LONGS, LAUGH FOR
      ONCE, INSTEAD OF CRYING.
      Take it easy folks. Are
      ya'll so miserable that your willing to believe
      anything that is posted??? What in the world would a linux
      based eSignal even mean???? Go back and read those
      posts again, and try to have a sense of humor abt
      it.

      BuyNbid: Calm down. Dont be so distraught.
      None of us
      in Long Pants are happy now. Pls try to have a sense
      of humor. And yes, you are right, the three of us
      look exactly like the link you pulled up. EASE UP,
      Buddy. If you really wanna laugh, go back to link I sent
      you and scroll down until you find the "Bust the Bra"
      game and download that. Hopefully it willbe therapy
      you need today.

      GOOD LUCK TO ALL THE LONGS,
      AND TRY TO MAINTAIN YOUR SENSES OF HUMOR.

      OUT
      4 NOW.

    • Thomson I-watch still shows institution accumulation this morning. This has been continuing for the past several days. Draw your own conclusion.

    • THought you were requesting to see the old analysts reports to get a chuckle

      apologies...

      L8R

    • You don't trade on old quotes so don't mention
      old analysts reports that date back to 3/30/99
      ,4/13/99 and 4/14/99.

      Events have occurred since
      April 1999 for revisions.

      1st tier Investment
      banking firms ?
      1st tier Analysts ?

      Back to the
      Boiler Room

    • Sands Brothers analyst Brad Cohen issued a 6 page
      Company Report on Data Broadcasting. Report highlights:
      'The 1999 and 2000 EPS estimates remained at $0.00 and
      $0.06, respectively, based on the company's stake in
      Market Watch.com. A BUY rating was maintained with a
      target price of $25 per share.'

      Whale Securities
      Co, LP. analyst Cary Retlin issued a 2 page Company
      Report on Data Broadcasting. Report highlights: 'The
      company's stock was in price correlation with
      MarketWatch.com stock. The price target was set at $18 per
      share.'

      • 1 Reply to victor_22_22
      • VIC "QUAD TWO'S, I GUESS YOU MUST HAVE READ THE
        SAME STORY.
        December 9, 1999..Reuters news reports
        that:
        "DBCC has announced that a Linux version of eSignal is
        set to debut on Wed. December 22nd, in conjunction
        with an announced IPO offering of 8,550,000 shares of
        eSignal.....The IPO price is estimated at 12-14 /share with
        Goldman Sachs as the Lead underwriter. The IPO is
        tentatively scheduled for January 4th. The timing is such
        that the euphoria of Y2K having no implications on the
        stock markets may bring the intial offering price up to
        the $17 range."


        HERE WE GO!!!

        OUT

 
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