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To: ralfph who wrote (95128)4/19/2012 9:35:47 AM
From: Rocket Red
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looks like new highs coming for smb today

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From: Fiat4/19/2012 9:37:34 AM
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ABI --- good to accumulate now before another run shortly, mine supposed to be dewatered within 8 days . Old man Hinse is actually issuing NRs ,must be something good coming

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From: Nuwave4/19/2012 9:37:38 AM
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CJC News release.

Mr. Chad McMillan reports

CANADA RARE EARTHS ACQUIRES 2 NEW QUEBEC GRAPHITE PROJECTS & INTRODUCES LAVALLA ACOPYRIGHTE P.GEO AS DIRECTOR

Canada Rare Earths Inc. has acquired two new Quebec graphite projects located on the St-Laurent north shore in Quebec, and Jean Sebastien Lavallee, PGeo, is expected to join the board of directors of the company. These new acquisitions, coined the Champagne and Tetepisca North graphite projects respectively, significantly enhance the Company's Quebec based graphite project portfolio.

The Champagne Graphite Property

The Champagne graphite property consists of one large contiguous block of 88 mineral claims totaling approximately 4,870 hectares located approximately 120 km north of Baie-Comeau, Quebec.

The Champagne graphite property was originally explored by Outokumpu Mines Inc. ("Outokumpu") in 1998 for base metal mineralization. According to Outokumpu's historical reports filed with the Ministere des Ressources Naturelles et de la Faune du Quebec, an advanced helicopter borne geophysical survey consisting of 2,600 kilometers of flight path in the region was performed at that time. The airborne survey revealed multiple electro-magnetic (EM) anomalies in the area, outside or coinciding with magnetic anomalies. In a 15 kilometer long trend across the property, the survey revealed multiple EM target anomalies and off-set structures, including several zones of parallel conductors each measuring as much as 3-5 kilometers long. This suggests an apparent strike length of EM conductors associated with known graphite occurrences of approximately 11 kilometers and the total of all EM structure length close to 20 kilometers long providing a large prospective area to explore for a graphite resource on the Champagne property.

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To: El Canadiense who wrote (95194)4/19/2012 9:55:20 AM
From: heinz44
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throw the ball to Drogba see if he catches something, and when the bad MF cant do something with da ball he then drops dead to da ground simulating he has been kicked in da nuts!


He must have gone down 20+ times on pure bs....reminds me of the 60's and 70's when ALL Italian teams including their national team used the same tactic...they too got away with it

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To: E. Charters who wrote (95193)4/19/2012 10:01:07 AM
From: heinz44
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:)))) Graphite has the useful property that it can slow neutrons down without eating them,

. Graphite is an important material for the construction of both historical and modern nuclear reactors as it is one of the purest materials manufactured at industrial scale and it retains its properties

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To: heinz44 who wrote (95199)4/19/2012 10:32:25 AM
From: heinz44
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check this video

jsmineset.com

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To: Rocket Red who wrote (95196)4/19/2012 10:48:59 AM
From: ralfph
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SMB - so why is it that the one stock that i do not have enough to play with decides to run ? With 50 to 100 thousand shares i can sell in 10 ,000 share blocks looking for a short term top and buy them back when it pulls back . Not the case with 10,000 shares . With 10,000 shares a guy has to sit on his hands .
Not whining but I have 100,000 blocks of 3 stocks that should have popped a tad this year - they are all trading lower than in Dec when i bought . In a normal year that might have happened with one of them and even then would have been unlikely .
ggrrrrrrrrrrrr

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To: Fiat who wrote (95197)4/19/2012 10:50:17 AM
From: UPTICK
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ABI isn't even worth a laugh...till Hinse isn't gone....So sad.

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To: UPTICK who wrote (95203)4/19/2012 11:03:17 AM
From: Fiat
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My sentiments also about ABI but granny Hinse is gone recently and grampy has his ticket also with the two new board members that specialize on Chinese buy outs in Africa and Canada .....

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To: ralfph who wrote (95202)4/19/2012 11:05:19 AM
From: Rocket Red
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the market is not kind thats for sure the big boys blowing out there paper while they hold the warrants

your seeing this everywhere in the juniors its unreal how the insitutions killed the juniors

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