For starters, you have no idea of whether or not I'm a moron. It makes you look like a moron, frankly.
Second, I expect this stock to grow at 10-12% per year going forward. Management is taking a responsible and intelligent approach to adding new stores. They aren't burying the company in debt and they are apparently looking to grow with franchised units. Company-owned units are more profitable and better controlled for quality purposes. I applaud the move.
Last, I am a thirty-something. I do remember the dot-com bust. This, however, has nothing to do with that.
CMG is a classic buy-and-hold. Product, Market, Management, Financial Condition, Competition----everything I look at says that CMG is a winner for the long haul. This isn't a stock to sell, it's a stock to buy---even at the current price. Who wouldn't have loved to have gotten in on Microsoft back in 1985 after their initial 30% rise?