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whassup44 490 posts  |  Last Activity: 12 hours ago Member since: Feb 6, 2012
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  • Reply to

    FCC Timeline

    by whassup44 13 hours ago
    whassup44 whassup44 12 hours ago Flag

    well they sure are not mtg the 180 days, more like approaching 300 days....

    Timeline. The Commission endeavors to complete its review of ..."all"... transactions and issue an order within 180 days of accepting the application for filing.

    Now that summer vacations are over, may be we see something soon...

  • Reply to

    FCC Timeline

    by whassup44 13 hours ago
    whassup44 whassup44 12 hours ago Flag

    Thanks LNP

    Thought I found a nugget of info....oh well....

  • Was looking around the FCC website and found this :

    Major Transactions. If the transaction is significant, for example, because it presents a novel or complex issues of law or policy, proposes a combination of companies that is likely to have a significant impact on the public or involves issues that are likely to elicit significant public comment, the Commission will issue a separate Public Notice notifying the public that the application has been received and setting a schedule for accepting comments and oppositions. A web page will also be set up to provide the public with easier access to the documents in the case: the application, the supporting materials, Commission orders, and comments and responses. The rest of this page discusses the steps in the Commission’s review of these significant transactions.

    Timeline. The Commission endeavors to complete its review of all transactions and issue an order within 180 days of accepting the application for filing. The web page for the transaction shows the status of a transaction on this informal timeline. Occasionally, the transaction “clock” is stopped – shown by red on the web page – if for some reason beyond the Commission’s control, the staff cannot move forward with its review. This may occur, for example, if the applicants delay in responding to an information request or if significant new issues have arisen in the proceeding.

    Found the web page on 13-213, but can't find the "clock". Does anybody understand or know where the clock is and "what time is it"

    Obviously, we are 180 days past their timeline, so may be the clock will tell us more.

  • Reply to

    Slow going for NG powered trucks

    by kaisergoose 15 hours ago
    whassup44 whassup44 14 hours ago Flag

    Those Saddle Creek trucks pass me all the time on the road. Boy are they quiet.

  • Reply to

    Ok If FCC

    by dunawaykenneth Aug 25, 2014 12:42 PM
    whassup44 whassup44 Aug 25, 2014 3:46 PM Flag


    Change of subject off TLPS and on MSS.

    I came on board right after the TLPS, so I don't have a lot of knowledge about the BKT, subsequent restructure of debt and the satellite launch schedules.

    Correct me if I'm wrong, but didn't Jay put all his marbles on the table before John Dooley told him about TLPS.

    If so, I'm liking the story more about Jay's belief that he could make a doable and profitable business out of the satellite side of the fence. It is starting to look real good as an additional division adding substantial growth and profits here.

    I see one feeding off the other once we get rolling. TLPS will be the cash cow allowing MSS to grow into a worldwide power house that eventually will be a monster LTE cellular provider.

    Next 3-4 yrs. could be like this: 1-2yrs TLPS licensed and signing up customers. 2-3yrs. Sat fi becomes household item to hundreds of millions worldwide. 3-4 yrs. NPRM filed and receiving LTE approvals.


  • Reply to

    CLNE Game Changer

    by wayne_lamontagne Aug 25, 2014 8:54 AM
    whassup44 whassup44 Aug 25, 2014 10:43 AM Flag

    that's why they build high rises...

    A new scientific report on global warming released this week, the National Climate Assessment, named Miami as one of the cities most vulnerable to severe damage as a result of rising sea levels. Alton Road, a commercial thoroughfare in the heart of stylish South Beach, is getting early ripples of sea level rise caused by global warming — even as Florida’s politicians, including two possible contenders for the presidency in 2016, are starkly at odds over what to do about it and whether the problem is even real.
    “The theme of the report is that climate change is not a future thing, it’s a ‘happening-now’ thing,” said Leonard Berry, a contributing author of the new report and director of the Florida Center for Environmental Studies at Florida Atlantic University. “Alton Road is one of the now things.”

    Sea levels have risen eight inches

  • whassup44 whassup44 Aug 22, 2014 9:52 AM Flag

    no 13-66 ??

  • posted yesterday

    Andrew J. Littlefair @A_Littlefair · 22h
    Scheduled to speak w/ @MelissaLeeCNBC & the @CNBCFastMoney team tomorrow 2:30pm PT #CNG #LNG

    Let's see what works of wisdom he has to say.

    Or as teach and robert would say, "Wonder if he is going to thank shareholders for allowing him to fleece them"

  • Reply to

    One by One

    by whassup44 Aug 15, 2014 1:32 PM
    whassup44 whassup44 Aug 20, 2014 3:17 PM Flag

    CLNE getting ready to open Orlando International location.Buses, cabs, vans and rental cars will soon will up.

  • whassup44 whassup44 Aug 20, 2014 12:20 PM Flag

    technical question.. Small cells are the talk of the town, how carriers are scrambling to build.

    Wi-Fi is a small cell but does not operate in licensed spectrum therefore cannot be managed as effectively as small cells utilizing licensed spectrum.

    Since TLPS will be a private network and I assumed licensed spectrum to G*, could this service compete against small cell providers at a lower cost?

  • whassup44 whassup44 Aug 20, 2014 11:13 AM Flag

    I like these comments:

    "State forecasters projected fiscal 2014 natural gas motor fuel ,,,,,, sales of 6.6 million gallon equivalents. The July 31 total sales of 14,521,326 gallon equivalents of natural gas is 220 percent of that estimate"

    "Natural gas vehicles are becoming mainstream faster than expected"

    Gallons sold will explode once they start delivering trucks at 750-1000 per month.

  • Reply to

    Whassup, elevator leaving ..

    by teach_162 Aug 20, 2014 10:52 AM
    whassup44 whassup44 Aug 20, 2014 10:59 AM Flag

    already on...........

  • Reply to

    April '15 Options

    by gamut_alas Aug 19, 2014 12:18 PM
    whassup44 whassup44 Aug 19, 2014 1:23 PM Flag

    somebody did a buy/write on 4,000 contracts at the April 6 call and April 3

    sold the 3 at .80 and bought the 6 at .65

  • Reply to

    One by One

    by whassup44 Aug 15, 2014 1:32 PM
    whassup44 whassup44 Aug 18, 2014 6:28 PM Flag

    convertible debt conversion starts in 2016.

    Good and bad.

    Less debt on books, but more shares outstanding when they do convert.

  • whassup44 whassup44 Aug 18, 2014 5:51 PM Flag

    I'll try and help.

    If you go to the SEC website and look up GSAT and review the most recent quarterly filing, you will see the following.

    As of August 1, 2014, 780,209,938 shares of voting common stock and 209,008,656 shares of nonvoting common stock were outstanding, total 989,218,594..

    Jay owns all the non-voting shares, 209,008,656.

    Jays total :

    From the nsadaqdotcom under institutional ownership, you'll see 270,381,363 owned.

    If Jay/Thermo owns 626,744,441 and funds own 270,381,363 totaling 897,125,808. Assuming they don't want to sell, this leaves 989,218,594 outstanding minus (held by Jay and funds ) 897,125,808 = 92,092,786 shares for you and me and the rest of the longs.

    Once these 92 million are held in strong hands; i.e. retail customers or other non-reporting small funds, available shares dry up to purchase.

    Since short squeeze is reporting 18 million short, this takes the 92 mil to 110 million shares thats out there to buy.

    So as you can, if all 92 mil are in long strong hands, the market is trading off the shorts extra 18 million, or 110/92 = 119.5% of true remaining shares not held by insiders and institutions.

    If they keep shorting and adding another 3-5-7 million in "borrowed" short shares, then they would be at 125% over the available float.

  • whassup44 whassup44 Aug 18, 2014 5:04 PM Flag

    insider buy for 5000 shares

  • Any ideas on a long calendar spread ?

  • Reply to

    133 Funds own 270,381,363 shares

    by whassup44 Aug 16, 2014 12:29 PM
    whassup44 whassup44 Aug 17, 2014 12:16 PM Flag

    Not many retail shares left in the float, roughly 92 million.

    More analyst following should spread the word.

    Get your cheap shares now.

    I'm overweight and feel comfortable knowing we go $5 plus with any major news.

  • Reply to

    133 Funds own 270,381,363 shares

    by whassup44 Aug 16, 2014 12:29 PM
    whassup44 whassup44 Aug 17, 2014 12:55 AM Flag

    Yahoo keeps deleting my link

    Just go to Nasdaq website type in Gsat and look at institutional holdings

  • Reply to

    One by One

    by whassup44 Aug 15, 2014 1:32 PM
    whassup44 whassup44 Aug 17, 2014 12:52 AM Flag

    Are you calling NGT news a liar.......they are the ones that announced it 8-14

    Read the article

    Just because u lost your shirt on wprt isn't clne fault

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