or radioshack. i think radio shack is the better deal. If you are going to sell android phones you need a low end store to do it.
On the other hand, if you need to come up with crack-pipe like dreams to run your business, HEMP is the better play.
those were good times. I mean, once we got over the shock of learning Nokia had self destructed and Elop had pulled off a trojan horse that would make Athena seem like a dimwit by comparison. Most of us were happy to cash in our chips and look for other adventures... HEMP is back to 4 cents... I wonder if that is worth another pump and dump. I'll defer to Earth on that one.
Can you claim victory?
All in all, radioshack's price isn't THAT far off since 1985 when people used to shop there.
The good news is that radioschack will charge you less for its stock than it will for a 555 timer.
Lot's of people were wondering if it would dip below 20 cents. Considering this company has less of a chance of paying off it's debt than the U.S. government, I'd say this company has STAYING POWER.
Whatever that means.
Still, I know there are a lot of people that rode this down from 100 pennies. Don't give up the ship! That's what Captain Lawrence would say. But, alas, they gave up the ship anyway.
I always wondered what Nathan Hale would have said if he actually had *2* lives to give for his country. Of course Sgt. Barnes would've just shrugged his shoulders and said 'Everyone's gotta die sometime, Red'.
So, ultimately, it hard to look at history for inspiration. Nobody believed in the Miracle Mets of '69. In fact it was those same people that didn't believe in the '68 Mets. Which was a good thing really, 'cause the '68 Mets sucked worse than PAL.
Anyway, I've gotten a little off track here. What I mean to say is that PAL has been really rock solid over the last 4 months, and that is a welcome relief to those who have been taking a beating for so long. Maybe one day we all will be quoting Du Toit and drinking Margarittas.
Sorry, can't take credit for that. Last time I sold you my shares we were at 2 bucks. You said the same thing if i recall. Hang in there. I am scraping my pennies together, which will be all i need to buy those shares back from you soon.
i used to go to the local radio shack just out of curiosity. but the shelves are starting to get dusty.
hopefully i can pick up some batteries real cheap at the auction block,
you have to use code words.
When the market starts acting more irrationally than usual, you should take heed.
BTW, congrats on making it back to $8.20. now run like hell.
Just have to get the final earnings dagger out of the way, and the inevitable market correction. For you guys that have stood like TRUE champions, and hung in there, I salute you. Frankly, I'm too old to take a beating like that. GLTA
I missed out on buying at .90. I didn't think it was worth it. Because it's not.
Still, it's looking like buying at .90 over the long term is pretty safe.
If this stock wasn't so boring, i would do it. But it bores me. It's a boring stock.
6 months ago was a different story. Still flipping Nokia like a pancake is the best strategy.
As usual, I told you this would happen a long long time ago. That is not the point now. What you need to realize, and soon, is the horrific cash burn that is happening. Also remember i advised this July may bring the worst news ever as sales deteriorates and other realities kick in. The overall stock bubble is not helping.
I really don't like spewing doom and gloom. But you gotta work with what you have.
HERE will be on sale soon... (well, sooner than later)
anyway good luck to you guys.
take your profits.
No offense taken. But unless you plan on using PAL stock to wallpaper your bathroom, you better come up with a better plan.
or go broke.
Historically, you speak the truth. Sadly, the company you speak of no longer exists. The morons left hanging on are willing to pay 120x earnings to hold on to a dream.