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  • Reply to

    HEY SHORTS??????????

    by zzzzzzzzzxxxxxxxxx Feb 4, 2000 2:56 PM
    at_last_at_last at_last_at_last Feb 6, 2000 5:49 PM Flag

    Definition of a Blow_Out_Sales

    BOS -
    "Foolish investors sell their stock at well below its true
    value so
    that smarter investors can buy at bargain
    basement prices and
    Look brilliant for making a good
    investment."

    While some investors like to blow out their
    ass'est
    Other investors will gladly make the profits that you
    are so ready to give up.

    A quote from Mr.
    Blow_Out_Sale:

    ..." I am out of Pixar tomorrow so I will not be able
    to keep tabs on this moron. Its up to you guys now.
    "
    http://messages.yahoo.com/bbs?action=m&board=7083547&tid=pixr&sid=7083547&mid=27
    394


    Apparently, the "Blow_Out_Sale" begins tomorrow !!!
    Please
    deposit you shares at the door and finally get lost like
    you've been promising for weeks.
    (Or, are you just
    blowing it out your mouth? Time for you to "PUT UP or
    SHUT UP")

  • at_last_at_last by at_last_at_last Feb 7, 2000 1:12 AM Flag

    Toy Story 2 takes Europe by storm.

    http://countingdown.com/toystory2/news.htm

  • at_last_at_last by at_last_at_last Feb 7, 2000 10:41 PM Flag

    Definition of a Blow_Out_Sales - "Foolish
    investors sell their stock at well below its true value so

    smarter investors can buy at bargain basement prices and
    look brilliant for making a good
    investment."

    While some investors like to blow out their
    ass'est
    Other investors will gladly make the profits that you
    are so ready to give up.

    A quote from Mr.
    Blow_Out_Sale:

    >> " I am out of Pixar tomorrow so I will not be
    able to keep tabs on this moron. Its up to you guys
    now. "

    Msg:
    http://messages.yahoo.com/bbs?action=m&board=7083547&tid=pixr&sid=7083547&mid=27
    394


    The fact that Blow_off_sale is still here indicates
    that he's just blowing a bunch of S#!t

    You've
    asked others to "PUT UP or SHUT UP".
    Now it is your
    turn and it appears that you don't know how
    to.

    It appears that you're the top loser on this board.
    Because you've decide to
    devote your pathetic life to
    posting here even though you "sold all your shares".

  • at_last_at_last by at_last_at_last Feb 8, 2000 10:27 AM Flag

    Profits up, Production up, Price will go continue
    to go up !!!

    Q1 / 2000
    - Profits from the
    International release of the ABL video and products continue to
    pour in.
    - TS2 continues its Domestic run. Total
    Domestic box-office is now over $235M.
    - TS2 released
    Internationally. (International box-office could range between
    $225M to $300M)
    - TS2 continues to earn millions
    from merchandise sold Internationally and
    Domestically
    - TS2 Interactive game release for Dreamcast
    -
    TS1 re-released on video (Now earning millions)
    -
    Additional Renderman modules release for the NT
    platform
    - Pixar will receive revenue from TS2. (Note: This
    is two quarters earlier than ABL!)

    Q2 /
    2000
    - TS1 releases on DVD
    - Pixar moves into its new
    studio in Emeryville
    - Release of additional "Toy
    Story 2" / NASCAR products
    - Possible re-release of
    "Toy Story 2" to theaters during the summer break.
    (YES!!!)

    Q3 / 2000
    - Release of three episodes of "Buzz
    Lightyear of Star Command" on Video
    - Release of a
    Saturday morning cartoons staring Buzz and the gang.


    Q4 / 2000
    - Release of "Toy Story 2" on
    Video
    - Release of "Toy Story 2" on DVD
    - Release of
    new products associated with TS2 and "Buzz Lightyear
    of Star Command"

  • Reply to

    Too much excitement

    by thebigbaddawg Feb 8, 2000 10:38 AM
    at_last_at_last at_last_at_last Feb 8, 2000 10:56 AM Flag

    The shorts better run for cover

  • at_last_at_last by at_last_at_last Feb 11, 2000 12:04 PM Flag

    Most of these fools who don't like to see the
    facts this week will
    be back spreading "a lot" more
    crap next week.

    They probably aren't shorts and
    probably really are long-term investors.

    Hugh? You
    ask how could that be?

    Some of these fools
    have sold options against their long term cache of
    stock.
    Now they need the price to drop to $35.25 by
    next Friday so their options
    will expire
    worthless.

    My advice, if you want to shut these people down is

    1) "Exercise you Feb $35 contracts now!"
    2)
    "Don't buy more options"

    That right, if you take
    the shares out of their account then
    they no
    longer have a reason to trash the stock. In fact,
    once
    they replace the shares they will probably spend part
    of their
    time trying to boost the stock price so
    they can sell more contracts.

    Shut these fools
    down and you will be glad you did.
    Exercise all
    options that are "in the money"
    And stop buying
    additional contracts

    It is that simple

  • Reply to

    RE:

    by A Yahoo! User May 10, 2005 9:04 AM
    at_last_at_last at_last_at_last Feb 15, 2000 11:35 AM Flag

    International Box Office is
    "$93.5Million"

    This is up "$32 Million" in one week
    !!!

    Domestic Box Office is "$238.7 Million"

    The shorts
    are screwed.
    The writers of February calls should
    be screwed.

    Sales up, Profits up, Price will
    soon goooooo UP !!!!

    Hasta La Vista
    Shorts

    Source: http://www.boxofficeguru.com/intl.htm

  • Reply to

    UP TO DATE TOTALS FOR TS2

    by Sheldrake_1 Feb 15, 2000 2:01 PM
    at_last_at_last at_last_at_last Feb 15, 2000 8:52 PM Flag

    Animated blockbuster film 'Toy Story 2' has
    broken British box office records during its UK weekend
    release, leaving Leonardo DiCaprio's new film 'The

    Beach' high and dry by comparison.

    The 'Toy
    Story' sequel -- which follows the adventures of toy
    robot Buzz Lightyear and cowboy doll Woody -- took 7.8
    million pounds
    ($12.40 million) at British cinemas at
    the weekend -- the most any film has taken during its
    first weekend in Britain.

    'Toy Story 2', ranked
    number two animated film in U.S. box office history
    behind Disney's 'Lion King', accounted for more than 50
    percent of the record
    combined 14.2 million pound
    takings for all films shown in the UK at the weekend --
    again a record.

    "At 7.8 million pounds 'Toy
    Story 2' has been absolutely huge. They are the highest
    weekend takings for any film in the UK ever," Mary Scott
    of leading
    international film industry magazine
    Screen International said on Monday.

    Source:
    Reuters

  • Reply to

    Trader1001 - Your time My time

    by yannisnk Feb 16, 2000 1:01 AM
    at_last_at_last at_last_at_last Feb 16, 2000 1:23 AM Flag

    Great Idea !!!!!!!

    If you want to push
    this stock up faster than a short squeeze
    Then
    start exercising now !!!

    I too own many February
    contracts.
    Perhaps I will place in an order to
    exercise.

    Lets see how fast those big boys start to cover.
    Or
    is M.R. Blow out just blowing in the wind
    again.

    LOL

    To Infinity and Beyond

  • at_last_at_last by at_last_at_last Feb 16, 2000 1:24 AM Flag

    Great Idea !!!!!!!

    If you want to push
    this stock up faster than a short squeeze
    Then
    start exercising now !!!

    I too own many February
    contracts.
    Perhaps I will place in an order to
    exercise.

    Lets see how fast those big boys start to
    cover.
    M.R. Blow out is just blowing in the wind
    again.

    LOL

    To Infinity and Beyond

  • at_last_at_last by at_last_at_last Feb 18, 2000 11:48 AM Flag

    I hope the rumors are true.
    If they are we are going to see a lot of
    upgrades!

    The rumor is that Brad Bird has signed a three year contract with
    Pixar.

    http://www.aint-it-cool-news.com/display.cgi?id=5252

    Some additional details on Brad
    Bird

    http://www.splicedonline.com/features/bradbird.html

    http://www.salon.com/ent/col/srag/1999/08/05/bird/

    http://www.calendarlive.com/calendarlive/movies/lat_annie991108.htm

    http://ccwf.cc.utexas.edu/~movies/irongiant/

    When this stock finally pops it will wipe out many of those shorts
    that everyone keeps
    talking about.

    Oooooh, Yea - Fly baby fly

  • Reply to

    Brad Bird, more rocket fuel for PIXR

    by at_last_at_last Feb 18, 2000 11:48 AM
    at_last_at_last at_last_at_last Feb 18, 2000 2:40 PM Flag

    Suggest you exercise and shut some of these
    fools up.

  • Reply to

    Food for thought!

    by dwatchison Feb 19, 2000 2:40 AM
    at_last_at_last at_last_at_last Feb 19, 2000 12:39 PM Flag

    Day after day we her testimonies from shorts how
    they are fed up and
    Day after day they return to
    post their dribble on this message board.

    I
    suspect that deep down inside you know that this stock is
    worth
    At least two to three times its current
    price. This is why, after all your
    threats to leave,
    you are still here.

    Someone please put this on
    your calanders !!!

    This is the week that
    mymy1953 and poncho_mike finally leave Pixar and
    find a
    better investment. We will all miss your comic posts but
    I must admit
    it is about time. Goodbye, we wish
    you well in your next investment.

    Two weeks
    ago another investor Blow_out_sale made the same
    statements
    and then swore to leave. The next day he claimed to
    sell all of his stock
    then a few hours later he
    bought some back. I guess he realized his
    mistake.
    Unfortunately, for him, it takes twelve months for an investment
    to become
    long term capital gains. It seems quite
    foolish to keep changing your mind
    like this but at
    least it shows that he does see Pixar as an investment
    that
    he wants in his portfolio.

    Facts about Pixar:
    "Sales are up, Profits are up, and The price will go
    up.."

    Several wise investors have pointer out:
    "Your money
    is much safer in Pixar than in the Bank"

    Good
    luck to all new and fellow investors.,
    Pixar's day
    is almost here. When it finally arrives, we will all
    be rewarded!

  • Reply to

    Food for thought!

    by dwatchison Feb 19, 2000 2:40 AM
    at_last_at_last at_last_at_last Feb 19, 2000 6:11 PM Flag

    The following appears to be the definition given
    by posters on this board:

    "Day traders,
    shorts, longs selling covered calls. Whatever your
    motivation for trying
    to undermine the value of a stock
    like Pixar, it makes no difference, you are
    Shorts."

    Who is a Pixar long?

    The following appears to
    be the definition given by posters on this
    board:

    "A long is someone who holds a stock because of its
    Potential. They believe that
    they have a good investment
    and that when it reaches its potential they will be
    rewarded."

    This message board tends to dump everyone, except
    long-term investors, into the
    category of Short. I
    suppose that if everyone else is a short-term investor
    then it
    makes sense.

    People like
    Blow_Out_Sale and others who sell all and buy back on the same
    day
    definitely fit the above description of
    Short. In my book, BO_S isn't a true short
    because
    he doesn't short the stock, but this is the label
    the board chooses to apply.
    Who am I to go against
    the trend?

  • Reply to

    Food for thought!

    by dwatchison Feb 19, 2000 2:40 AM
    at_last_at_last at_last_at_last Feb 19, 2000 10:22 PM Flag

    Please do come back and say hello.
    Without a
    little friendly banter this board would be
    nothing.

    Hopefully, you pick your timing right so you can lead a few
    cheers.
    I personally prefer the Walts who continuously
    cheer for $53 and beyond
    over the BO_Sales who
    promise nothing until another earnings
    report.

    Wouldn't it be grand if you returned on the very day that
    Pixar begins its
    run to new heights? Then you could
    make a little short-term gains and
    run.

    Diversity is the spice of life so you might consider
    holding a little in Pixar
    just in case you miss the
    window. According to Thebigbaddawg it should
    happen by
    the next earnings report. (Less than three months
    away.)
    If that is true then now might be a good time to buy
    some for the long run.
    Of course, smart investors
    like you know how to time the market,
    right?

    Good luck in your new investments.

    (PS.
    mymy1953, I'm not Walt, I THOUGHT YOU WERE!)

  • at_last_at_last by at_last_at_last Feb 22, 2000 2:00 PM Flag

    It appears that your presence here is for one
    reason.
    To pump and dump certain biotech stocks while
    trashing Pixar

    The following appears to be your
    plan (And it is a very sleazy one. You are a true dirt
    bag!):

    First, convince week-hands, into selling their holding
    in Pixar and
    pumping your holdings in certain
    biotech stocks.

    Second, after pumping your biotech
    stocks, and trashing Pixar you will sell off
    most of
    your shares in biotech and buy up thousands of shares
    of Pixar.

    This must be your version of
    stealing from the poor and giving to you,
    right?

    Good luck to you, TheBigBadDawg, and your evil plans.

    May you get what you deserve.

  • Reply to

    Box-office Total up $31.6M in 1 week !!

    by Robear_777 Feb 22, 2000 11:02 AM
    at_last_at_last at_last_at_last Feb 22, 2000 6:28 PM Flag

    Perhaps Steve will begin his own share buy-back
    program.
    Pixar appears to be an easy double in the next six to
    twelve months.

    Of course, that can�t happen until
    the Brother sells his shares.
    It just one of
    those karma things. If you dump on a stock
    long
    enough, it won�t go up until you sell it. (That�s just
    the way it is.)

    Happy trails to you big
    brother.
    See you on the return flight, To Infinity and Beyond,
    Right!

  • Reply to

    Your fear allows me to buy more at $35

    by RumorWhisperOrBuzz Feb 23, 2000 10:48 AM
    at_last_at_last at_last_at_last Feb 23, 2000 3:57 PM Flag

    Q1 / 2000
    - Profits from the International
    release of the ABL video and products continue to pour
    in.
    - TS2 continues its Domestic run. (Domestic now
    over $239M, Worldwide now over $332M)
    - TS2
    released Internationally. (International box-office could
    range between $250M to $300M)
    - TS2 continues to
    earn millions from merchandise sold Internationally
    and Domestically
    - TS2 Interactive game release
    for Dreamcast
    - TS1 re-released on video (Now
    earning millions)
    - Additional Renderman modules
    release for the NT platform
    - Pixar will receive
    revenue from TS2. (Note: This is two quarters earlier
    than ABL!)

    Q2 / 2000
    - TS1 releases on
    DVD
    - Pixar moves into its new studio in
    Emeryville
    - Release of additional "Toy Story 2" / NASCAR
    products
    - Possible re-release of "Toy Story 2" to theaters
    during the summer break. (YES!!!)

    Q3 / 2000
    -
    Release of three episodes of "Buzz Lightyear of Star
    Command" on Video
    - Release of a Saturday morning
    cartoons staring Buzz and the gang.

    Q4 / 2000
    -
    Release of "Toy Story 2" on Video
    - Release of "Toy
    Story 2" on DVD
    - Release of new products associated
    with TS2 and "Buzz Lightyear of Star Command"

    *
    Production ramping up to one movie per year starting next
    year
    * Several new revenue streams for both this
    year and next
    * Over "$1 Billion" gross for Pixar's
    first three films
    * Possible share buyback program


    "Sales up, Profits up, Price will go up !!!"
    This
    stock is going up, If not this week then next week.

  • Reply to

    pixar looks like a great buy today

    by mymyl953 Feb 24, 2000 9:21 AM
    at_last_at_last at_last_at_last Feb 24, 2000 11:10 AM Flag

    An some think there are no plans.

    It appears that the Plan is to earn boat loads of money.

  • Reply to

    pixar looks like a great buy today

    by mymyl953 Feb 24, 2000 9:21 AM
    at_last_at_last at_last_at_last Feb 24, 2000 11:19 AM Flag

    Is Nothing

    The potentioal to earn an
    additional $300 Million International Box-Office

    Is
    Nothing

    The release of new Renderman products to new
    platforms

    Nothing

    The release of the original Toy Story on
    DVD

    Nothing

    Record earning reports

    Nothing

    195
    MILLION DOLLARS in the bank

    Nothing

    A brand
    new television series with
    Disney

    Nothing

    Three new videos

    Nothing

    The eventual
    release of Toy Story 2 on Video and
    DVD

    Nothing

    It is too bad that PIXR has so little to offer

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