Hi, my name is Arthur, and I'm Boxcar's son.
Before I talk to Mellow950, I'd like to give my best
wishes to everyone who owns
SBUX stock, and to
everyone who buys SBUX products.
OK, everything I
just said was a complete lie, but I just wanted
make my contribution on Multiple Personalities
Anyway, Mello, I meant no disrespect to any natural
survivors, but it was extremely quiet on the board
BOSTQ is down to 27 cents per share, but by next week
probably be able to pick it up on their
"4 Shares for a Buck"
special. Take care - bbalg
Now THAT was funny vis a' vis what's going on in
Turkey. Sort of like Tom Brokaw surveying the damage and
lashing out at the Red Cross for not bringing along more
cranes (or is that crains?).
I'm losing a bit of
money on Schultz & Co but still within my tolerable
limit. I won't sell unless the Surgeon General comes out
I see your strategy... dump the
Boston Chicken Awards after one
week so that you can
be the unbeaten, untied, and all-time
It was weird being on the board today... kind of
around a city the day after a
hurricane; devastation everywhere,
but all was peaceful
and quiet. When Boxcars is the author of
angriest post of the day, then you know it's a calm
Well, I didn't realize that you were an SBUX
your award winning post; hopefully you
bought in low, and
hopefully you are holding other
Take care - bbalgonmori
An LJCC overview for onlookers....
most stocks, the major growth is in front of us with
LJCC, and very soon.
LJCC has developed a
liquid concentrate coffee that has vast applications in
the hospitality industry and the commercial
marketplace, over and beyond our tradition market for coffee.
They are aggressively pursuing HUGE hotel chains,
restaurant chains and other vendors for large scale
contracts. Their coffee is superior to all competition, and
the costs are the same...this company is brand new,
the stock is cheap, and things are just beginning.
Buy it, and expect to hold on to some for a short
term trade, but you'll probably want to hold some for
the long term too.
LJCC is going to be in
Anaheim, California this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday for
a 3-day food and beverage trade show. This will be
their first public opportunity to show their products
to a wide variety of companies who will have
specific interest in them.
Their cold water
process has significantly lowered the acidic levels in
coffee and this alone is gaining much attention because
it will allow millions of people who currently
cannot drink coffee, to be able to do so. But the rich
coffee flavor and freshness is what is really attracting
people. They expect to see quite a bit of excitement
about their products and new concentrate orders
throughout the weekend.
As I stated earlier, LJCC's
main target is the hospitality and commercial
industries, so just a few contracts should move the price
Where were you at the awards
show last night? I was sitting
here at home all
night in my tuxedo waiting for you to announce
winning post for this week... Could you imagine how the
Oscars would go if Billy Crystal were to slack off like
that on the big night?