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  • blame_goldberg blame_goldberg Aug 29, 2000 10:25 AM Flag

    Re: hedges/devon buyout/earnings preanno

    Its not Bobby's fault, lots of people lack vision. In the words of the Roman statesman and philosopher Seneca: If a man does not know to what port he is sailing, no wind is favorable.

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    • blame_goldberg, are you joking? i will assume you

      bobby is the ceo, so he is in charge of whatever goes
      right or wrong at br.

      i think brxxx gave a good
      summation of the things bobby and crew have done that
      indicate they cannot pick a strategy direction and layout
      the tactics to accomplish the strategy. it appears to
      be strategy of the quarter from here.

      about this strategy: produce as much ng as possible at
      close to market prices from wells that are producing
      and drill only to get more ng out of those known
      wells. make huge profits from ng sales, and cut fat in
      order to look good to prospecitve buyers of the

      • 1 Reply to dontdropyourlunch
      • Hi, first post from an ex-BR employee who got let
        go in one of the quarterly strategy changes. I still
        own stock and options and hope the price goes through
        the roof. Some comments which might be of

        1. B Shackhouls is an extremely intelligent and very
        decent person. Unfortunately, he has chosen to surround
        himself with and listens to the wrong people. Check the
        insider transactions list for hints.

        2. The
        comments on this board show good insight and many within
        BR would agree with their general drift.

        BR has a world class asset base and under visionary
        management could easily match or outperform their peer

        4. I keep my stock hoping someone will buy the

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