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papyrus_laughter 28 posts  |  Last Activity: Feb 12, 2013 12:01 PM Member since: Feb 15, 2010
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  • Reply to

    New Pope

    by jamesm8868 Feb 12, 2013 11:00 AM
    papyrus_laughter papyrus_laughter Feb 12, 2013 12:01 PM Flag

    Cardinal Marc Ouellet out of Canada is the most qualified! We can only hope and pray he doesn't decline his election.

  • Reply to

    Business Journal Article

    by wise_hare Sep 3, 2011 11:56 AM
    papyrus_laughter papyrus_laughter Sep 9, 2011 10:41 AM Flag

    Thank you for posting the article. The charity is appreciated. So......... whats the trading strategy?

  • Reply to

    Business Journal Article

    by wise_hare Sep 3, 2011 11:56 AM
    papyrus_laughter papyrus_laughter Sep 5, 2011 9:45 AM Flag

    Subscription site. Not a subscriber. Can you copy and post the article text!? Greatly appreciated, thanks in advance.

  • Reply to


    by nedough25 Dec 6, 2010 6:30 PM
    papyrus_laughter papyrus_laughter Dec 6, 2010 9:09 PM Flag

    This quarter is "different". Last quarter we ramped up from .50 to .90 into the quarterly report. With no news, and no cash flow positive income statement, we slid back down to .40-.50. Luke called this in his projection.

    This quarter we ramped up again in anticipation from .40 to .70. The difference............ while still no news..... we held our price per share at .70 without budging.

    The quarterly report calls out a fair amount of new private placement investors at .42. This is great news. There are no worries about having enough investor funding to reach self sustainment.

    We should be forever grateful that there are shares available on the open market.

  • papyrus_laughter by papyrus_laughter Nov 25, 2010 1:38 PM Flag

    Luke, Sophia, Hair Pie, All, ...... even you Hilly Billy,

    Happy Thanksgiving...... and, may the grace of God be with you today and always!


  • Reply to


    by teuteborg Oct 19, 2010 10:39 AM
    papyrus_laughter papyrus_laughter Oct 30, 2010 11:22 AM Flag

    Amen!! Keep the faith brothers and sisters! Always remember, when we're no longer the small guy, make sure to look in the pew next to you on Sunday..... and pay it forward!

    May God rest your soul,

  • papyrus_laughter papyrus_laughter Aug 11, 2010 11:10 PM Flag

    Amen Brother!! Three years from now $10 is in the bag. Peter Lynch strived for 10 baggers over 10 years. Now we know the answer to how you turn $50k into $1 million.

  • Reply to


    by sophia3jan Jul 14, 2010 3:49 PM
    papyrus_laughter papyrus_laughter Jul 19, 2010 10:35 PM Flag

    The Leakage is...... "news" leakage. The numbers are on the street. The quarter is fabulous. Friday and today is mostly my buys. I'm hopeful its stays down for a little while longer.

  • Reply to


    by luke_sky_walk_er Jun 22, 2010 10:24 PM
    papyrus_laughter papyrus_laughter Jun 28, 2010 3:59 PM Flag

    Care to elaborate? We all recognize that Pepsi is larger than carbonated soda pop. It would be nice if you could add some substance to your claim and association to IDC.

    Tropicana line?

  • Reply to


    by luke_sky_walk_er Jun 22, 2010 10:24 PM
    papyrus_laughter papyrus_laughter Jun 24, 2010 5:09 PM Flag

    Hmmm.... I can't believe this is being blow off!?! Not even a HAHA from Hill Billy.

    Anybody have any details about this complaint?

  • Reply to

    Revolution Tea

    by papyrus_laughter Jun 22, 2010 11:45 PM
    papyrus_laughter papyrus_laughter Jun 23, 2010 2:32 PM Flag

    Ok, I get old news. What about the business now? Is it generating revenue?

  • papyrus_laughter by papyrus_laughter Jun 22, 2010 11:45 PM Flag

    I can't find Revolution Tea listed in the annual report. I'm seeing this in restaurants now. Does anyone have any information?

    Press Release:

    NEW YORK -- Revolution Tea, one of the fastest growing premium tea companies in the country, today announced the introduction of a new line of aseptic, super premium iced teas to be introduced at restaurants and restaurant chains nationwide. The teas will be offered in one-gallon Multiserve SafePaks[TM], exclusively from International Dispensing Corporation (IDC) (IDND.PK), that enable shelf-stable liquids to be dispensed safely over extended time without refrigeration. The new line of super premium iced teas will come in five flavors - Classic Iced, 50/50 Iced, Red Hawaiian Iced, Golden Peach Iced, and Emerald Green Iced - and will be distributed nationally by Revolution Tea and through the company's distribution agreement with Kraft Foodservice NA.

    Critical to Multiserve SafePak is The Answer[TM], a proprietary technology and the world's only certified aseptic dispensing tap. Written up in the March 2008 issue of the peer-reviewed Journal of Food Protection, The Answer[TM] prevents microorganisms from compromising product safety, nutrition, and taste even during prolonged, unrefrigerated dispensing. The Answer[TM] enables aseptically processed teas to be offered, for the first time ever, in a multi-serve, foodservice-friendly format. The gentler processing of aseptic compared to hot-fill and retort results in better taste and greater nutritional value for the consumer.

    "We're excited to be working with IDC and using the Multiserve SafePak to help launch our new line of super premium iced teas," says David Enser, Vice President of Foodservice for Revolution Tea. "After a thorough search, we chose the Multiserve SafePak and The Answer[TM] because it is the most innovative and environmentally-friendly package in the market, one that is easy to use and ideal for foodservice on many levels."

    The new line of iced teas will be welcomed by restaurants that spend considerable labor and energy brewing teas daily, only to discard unused portions every night. Multiserve SafePaks replace brewing and handling with push-button convenience; eliminate spillage and mess; ensure product quality and consistency; provide 100 percent safety against bacteria and mold; and free up valuable refrigeration space typically needed to keep daily-brewed iced teas from going bad.

    In addition, a recent independent Life Cycle Analysis conducted by Allied Development, measuring the comprehensive environmental impact of various packaging formats through every step of the supply chain, documents that the Multiserve SafePak consumes significantly less energy, greenhouse gas, and landfill volume than all the formats tested, including PET bottles, aseptic cartons, and milk jugs.

    Says Greg Abbott, founder and chairman of IDC, "Revolution Tea is one of the leading innovators in the tea industry, recognized not just for its quality and interesting flavors, but also for its fresh approaches to packaging. We are thrilled by the association and believe that together we will transform the way iced tea is delivered in foodservice. IDC is confident that this will lead to other opportunities to extend the far-reaching benefits of the Multiserve SafePak and The Answer to both foodservice and retail bulk packaging."

  • Reply to

    Very Quiet on the Message Front

    by sophia3jan Jun 1, 2010 3:20 PM
    papyrus_laughter papyrus_laughter Jun 3, 2010 10:28 PM Flag


  • Reply to

    First quarter report ending March 31, 2010

    by sophia3jan May 24, 2010 12:03 PM
    papyrus_laughter papyrus_laughter May 27, 2010 12:41 PM Flag


    Lot's of words, thanks. A lot of topics also. I'll break them down for further dialogue because they are all so interesting.

    #1: Respect
    Thank you for your well thought out response. The negative view (flip side) of any debate deserves respect, and I for one respect and appreciate it. To gain more respect here, all you need to do is stop doing the HAHA thing and I believe you have a welcome place on this forum. This is your first worthy participation, then you finish with the HAHA thing and lose all respect.

    #2: Bull Market
    The broader market has nothing to do with this IDND investment. One should buy stock in a company based on its “potential for the future”. This one is 5-10 years out. I’m not planning to do anything with this investment for another 15 years.

    #3: Current Administration, morals, and economic recovery
    The current administration and economic environment have nothing to do with this investment. IDND is fully funded until self sustainment. This issue only applies to those investing in the broader market like an S&P500 index fund. The S&P has a place in everyone’s portfolio, but not an issue here.

    #4: Am I making money
    See number #2, right now is not to worry. But for the record, my average share price is .55

    #5: Luke’s Tongue
    I’ve read all of Luke’s postings. I could not find any false claims. He actually doesn’t appear to make any claims false or otherwise. He has an opinion like all of us, but everything I found was simply summarizing facts from the quarterly and annual reports. His opinions appear well thought out and logical.

    #6 Debt, manufacturing jobs leaving country, etc.
    See #3, and also….. The countries debt has no impact on this investment. Jobs leaving the country; last I checked everything going on here is housed at Hoffer Plastics, in South Elgin, Illinois. God Bless America!

  • Reply to

    First quarter report ending March 31, 2010

    by sophia3jan May 24, 2010 12:03 PM
    papyrus_laughter papyrus_laughter May 25, 2010 12:15 PM Flag

    Since you lack wisdom and personal control of your thoughts and actions.....

    "If any of you lack wisdom, he should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to him."

    James 1:5 NIV

    A father's task is many-sided, but the most important part of his work is to fit himself and his children into God's plan. I'm sorry to hear your father dropped you on your head many times as a young child.


  • Reply to


    by luke_sky_walk_er Apr 30, 2010 4:27 PM
    papyrus_laughter papyrus_laughter May 12, 2010 12:57 PM Flag

    With all due respect to an attractive young lady. I will spoon feed (Copy/Paste) the 5th paragraph up from the bottom of the article. It is "The Answer":

    In the area of foodservice and bulk containers, there have been other types of enhancements in aseptic package features. International Dispensing Corp., Hanover, Md., for example, recently commercialized the world’s only gravity flow valve (GFV), designed to allow liquid products to be dispensed from a flexible bag or pouch without oxygen or bacteria entering the package. The valve’s first commercial applications include dairy and ready-to-drink coffee beverages.

  • Reply to


    by luke_sky_walk_er Apr 30, 2010 4:27 PM
    papyrus_laughter papyrus_laughter May 11, 2010 1:37 PM Flag

    With a range of stringent processing requirements, aseptic packaging remains a slow mover in the cold-based U.S. market.

    In addition, the creative use of aseptic formats in Europe, Asia and even South America, where they are now flourishing, may also cause U.S. processors to take note of some trends and possible applications here. “If you travel in Europe, aseptic packaging is more common. Although that level of acceptance has yet to be realized in this country, I think there is potential based on the European experience,” says Paul Burdick, director of marketing and sales for Schneider Packaging Equipment Co. Inc., Brewerton, N.Y., which supplies various packaging systems for traditional as well as aseptic purposes.

  • Reply to

    Hershey 2.5 Gallon Milk Boxes

    by papyrus_laughter Feb 22, 2010 9:31 PM
    papyrus_laughter papyrus_laughter Apr 19, 2010 1:36 PM Flag

    I received a response back from The Jane Goodall Institute. While they where not at liberty to share the specifics, I was informed that arrangements are being made to send bulk aseptic drink products to Haiti. They stated that contact was made with the Mercy & Sharing orphanage near Port Prince to administer the relief effort. I believe that IDND is involved, but they wouldn't state this specifically.

    Praise God!


  • Reply to


    by sophia3jan Apr 1, 2010 12:31 PM
    papyrus_laughter papyrus_laughter Apr 1, 2010 9:52 PM Flag


    I cannot claim to have any .15 shares. But, I'm also very greatful to have found a true investment for the future.

    I'm sure there's more than 89 now. If nothing else, I would make the count 90.

    I'm here for one reason:

    Who informed me:

    While I was in the Netherlands a little over 5 years on a business assignment. I feel good.

    "The hummingbird's delicate grace reminds us that life is rich, beauty is everywhere, every personal connection has meaning and that laughter is life's sweetest creation."

    My personal connections have meaning! You can trust my intention for investing in the value this company can provide...... far and wide reaching.


  • Reply to

    News and Annual Report for 2009

    by ilongtime Mar 30, 2010 12:48 PM
    papyrus_laughter papyrus_laughter Mar 31, 2010 8:13 AM Flag

    The sun rise in the Midwest was glorious today. I hope and pray for good news. I pray the leaders of IDC have the best interest of the people (shareholders) in their mind. Good news or disappointment is relative to each individual circumstance. By the grace of God we are in good hands.

    Let us pray:

    "When you are tempted to get discouraged, remind yourself that according to God’s word, your future is getting brighter; you are on your way to a new level of glory. You may think you’ve got a long way to go, but you need to look back at how far you’ve already come. You may not have everything you want, but at least you can thank God that you’re not what you used to be." Amen

    Slow and steady.... one quarter at a time!!


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