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To: mmmary who wrote (8650)7/15/2005 5:06:44 PM
From: kknightmcc
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The facts are that Kathy did not yet appeal. Kathy filed a Motion for Reconsideration which was denied on Jurisdiction alone. Mary, you can't even get your facts straight on this.

Had you actually written your own documents as you swore to the court, you would have known the difference between a motion for reconsideration and a formal appeal. You obviously did not. You lied about writing your own documents just like you lied about so many other things.

The case was not dismissed in such a manner that I can not file again or in another court. I have other options to consider. But I will not give you any clues as to what my next move might be. Stew on that for a while.

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To: the_worm06 who wrote (8686)7/16/2005 12:50:29 AM
From: Mighty_Mezz
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It's listed here:
Sadeco, INC.
[Agent]
Products/Services : Atmospheric water generation units, solar powered products, security related products

alibaba.com

that listing links to this:
Sadeco, INC.

About Us
We are agents for multiple companies located around the world dealing in high tech products that are unique to most of the world.

In that endeavor, we are looking for partners to bring these products into local areas to market and support these products.
...
Contact Information
Company Name: Sadeco, INC.
Contact Person: Mr Rolando Sablon

Address: 407 Lincoln Rd Ste 12F, Miami Beach, Florida, United States
Zip: 33139
Telephone: 1 305 6728737
Fax: 1 305 6750521

alibaba.com

Well *that's* a bit odd. With such a convenient address, perhaps it's an acquisition target. LOL

I see the sadeco.com domain is for sale. Odd they haven't bought it.
Is this "company" in the process of appearing or in the process of disappearing?

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To: Mighty_Mezz who wrote (8688)7/16/2005 3:09:22 AM
From: the_worm06
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Mighty Mezz....excellent work.......must remember you for the next senior research position opening in the_worm06 Research Department.

somehow the name of the individual and the address sound familiar....can't yet place it though...

some help here...

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To: olivier asser who wrote (8632)7/16/2005 10:53:57 AM
From: StockDung
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SEC takes close look at brokers At issue is duty to get best price for customers
By JENNY ANDERSON
New York Times
July 15, 2005, 11:01PM

NEW YORK - The Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating whether major brokerage firms are fulfilling their obligation to secure the best price for customers who are trading options, according to a letter sent to Wall Street brokers.

The letter, sent on July 5, says that the SEC is examining whether the practice of payment for order flow — brokers and exchanges paying retail trading firms for their orders — violates a broker's fiduciary duty to secure "best execution," a vague term which essentially defines getting the best deal for a customer.

The investigation is focused on options trading, an area that is less transparent than stock trading.

"Does the firm receive payment for order flow or any other inducement to route options orders to a particular market?" the letter reads.

SEC officials declined to comment on the letter.

The investigation is one among many under way by the SEC to ensure that brokers give their customers a fair shake.

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From: dacoola7/16/2005 9:02:29 PM
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Been banned from that thread and I am not one of Hillary's greatest admirers but she got this right...believe me, I have seen it:

Message 21511821

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To: StockDung who wrote (8690)7/17/2005 5:19:40 AM
From: olivier asser
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The investigation is one among many under way by the SEC to ensure that brokers give their customers a fair shake.

SNL skit?

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To: Mighty_Mezz who wrote (8688)7/17/2005 11:19:08 AM
From: scion
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Air2Water LLC is currently seeking distributors for many territories and regions worldwide. The map below shows territories where agreements exist, as well as areas in which distribution opportunities still exist. Air2Water holds the only patent on re-circulation of water derived from dehumidification. The Air2Water water generation machine keeps water fresh by re-circulating water through a series of filters, ensuring that your drinking water is always pure and contaminant free.

Air2Water LLC holds all of the patent rights pertaining to the Air2Water water generation machine, including four U.S. patents and one U.S patent pending. We also hold patents in most industrialized nations of the world covered through PCT, European patents under the European Patent Treaty and patents in other individual countries. These patents are the foundation on which Air2Water has developed its business. Air2Water LLC and Hyflux have entered into a joint venture for the manufacture and distribution of Air2Water water generation machines worldwide. The machines are currently manufactured in Singapore and China under license.

air2water.net

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To: scion who wrote (8693)7/17/2005 2:38:47 PM
From: Mighty_Mezz
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miaminewtimes.com

Notice the last two paragraphs.

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To: Mighty_Mezz who wrote (8694)7/17/2005 3:02:41 PM
From: scion
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air2water.net

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To: Mighty_Mezz who wrote (8694)7/17/2005 3:13:03 PM
From: scion
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Air2Water Dolphin – Water out of Thin Air!

March 8, 2005 08:11 AM -

This one’s got both the whiz-bang and why-didn’t-I-think-of-that factors. Plug it in, and water comes out. That’s it. No lines to connect, no bottles to stick on top (spilling water all over the floor in the process). So where does the water come from? Somebody had the clever idea of combining a dehumidifier with a water purifier, so that instead of throwing out the pan of water sucked from the air, you can drink it. It may be a bit much for your kitchen at home, but it sounds perfect for every office cluttered up with huge water cooler bottles. It’ll produce 20 liters of water a day in 70% humidity, which is about the amount that comes in one of those fat-ass 5 gallon bottles, but without the waste or transportation emissions. It’ll even do hot water. There’s a smaller countertop version too, but it ain’t very pretty—if it does what it says, though, we’ll pretend we didn’t notice. Via HGTV ::Air2Water [by KK]

Thought it looks familiar!

This is actually produce by a Singapore company called Hyflux and retails about US$1,000, just for your info.

visit www.hyflu.com for further info.

Posted by: Air2Water at March 14, 2005 12:57 AM


treehugger.com

Introducing dragon-fly™, the high performance water generator built on aquovate™ technology.

Convenient and portable, dragon-fly™ lets you enjoy freshly aquovated water at just the push of a button. Economical and easy to maintain, it requires no external piping, water refills and bottle storage.

The machine simply takes its source from the atmosphere, generating clean, natural water everyday. A recirculation process keeps aquovated water constantly fresh while in storage. Cutting out the potential risk of bacterial build up which may arise in bottled water.

hyflux.com

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