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  • zip_jet zip_jet May 21, 2004 3:53 PM Flag

    Closing at the lows

    Volume is a bit better but it looks like BLTI will close near the lows for the day.

    It remains to be seen whether it can hold above the recent low of 11.80.

    Another bad day or two and BLTI will resume the stair-step-down or lower lows and lower highes.

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    • Thank you I understand and agree. Always take care of the kettles around the holidays. Time for BLTI to wake up, shake itself off and move up. Still buying for my clients. Maybe news tomorrow at meeeting?


    • Salvation Army. They were on the dock when we went off to war-along with all of the usual cheerleaders etc. and were there alone to greet us when we returned 15 months later. The American people do not have a long attention span-especially when it comes to any action other than a "world war". Sally Ann is absolutely the most cost-effective and deserving Charity in the nation.

    • Sally Ann = Salvation Army

    • Pucky I'm sorry but I don't follow. Sally Ann? Anyone who doesn't believe that the greatest generation are different from people today either didn't know any of them or hasen't studies history.


    • True story; I was a part owner of a small neighborhood bar back in the 60's. One of the regular customers was a guy about 35 who drove some sort of fancy sporty car and also owned a Caddy convertable. He was always dressed very well, lived in a condo in Scottsdale and tended to spend a lot of money on the ladies. He worked as a salesman of some kind but I dont remember what he sold, chemicals, I think. He was always talking about his big deals.

      One evening someone came in and said they had seen him being taken into the police station in cuffs. Everything he had was bought on time with as little down payment as he could swing and he had been paying his credit cards with bad checks.

      Never saw him again. Probably moved to Canada for free medical. Still waiting for a brain transplant.

    • Aw shucks.

      I do appreciate your implication that, if there were stacks of cash lying around, you would send me a stack or two. I thought I had about the chance of a donut in a police station.

    • Here are some numbers I remember: I recollect that $1 a day and "found" was man's wages back then and my brother earned l0 Cents an hour at Monkey Wards before WWII. Hard to believe that but true, and you could actually purchase goods at the nearby 5 and l0 Cents Store with the pay. Upscale was across the street at Kresge's Quarter Store! Isn't Kresge's KMart or Target now?

    • underwater_spear_slinger underwater_spear_slinger May 24, 2004 10:10 AM Flag

      I don't believe I admitted anything, perhaps alluded. At any rate, sorry, all my extra cash is tied up in Biolase and a few others right now.

    • An admitted "millionar"?

      Can you front me some cash to buy more BLTI?

    • underwater_spear_slinger underwater_spear_slinger May 24, 2004 10:07 AM Flag

      >>They live in average homes, drive 2 and 3 year old cars and dont spend a whole lot of money on what my dad, who will be 97 in Novenber, calls "extras" <<

      Except I drive a 14 year old Lexus LS400 with 250k miles on it - 11 years with no car payment - and occasionally splurge on one of those extras.

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