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To: Sector Investor who wrote (1438)10/3/2002 9:32:23 AM
From: Sector Investor
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News keeps pounding rhythm to the brain
La de la de deee
La de la de daaaa

When you have heard the news so far
KVH has turned the page by far
We still wanna hear a brand new thing uh huh
We still need a song to sing uh huh

Boom, boom, boom, boom-boom, boom boomboom boom!

And the beat goes on
And the beat goes on
And the beat goes on
And the beat goes on
And the beat goes on
And the beat goes on

News keeps pounding rhythm to the brain
La de la de deee
La de la de daaaa

Special Forces, Becker, Fleetwood on my mind
From tonight till the end of time

And the beat goes on
And the beat goes on
And the beat goes on
And the beat goes on
And the beat goes on
And the beat goes on
And the beat goes on

News keeps pounding rhythm to the brain
La de la de deee
La de la de daaaa

News still moves to a rhythm just like this
We Still dream of sharing our first Kiss

And the beat goes on
And the beat goes on
And the beat goes on
And the beat goes on

World gets more dangerous everyday (everyday)
We still wanna communicate the night away

And the beat goes on (and the beat goes on)
And the beat goes on (and the beat goes on)
And the beat goes on (and the beat goes on)
And the beat goes on (and the beat goes on)
And the beat goes on (and the beat goes on)
And the beat goes on (and the beat goes on)

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To: Sector Investor who wrote (1438)10/3/2002 9:37:59 AM
From: Sector Investor
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I could't resist! <VBG>

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To: Sector Investor who wrote (1440)10/3/2002 9:44:19 AM
From: voop
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I think you are losing it :))))))

Voop

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To: voop who wrote (1441)10/3/2002 9:50:13 AM
From: Sector Investor
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Hey, we don't win 10% contracts every week, so it's worth a song. If they win a JDAM contract I'll add a dance too! <g>

Also, I'll just mention again to people, that the KVHI main discussion thread is Yahoo!

messages.yahoo.com

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To: Sector Investor who wrote (1442)10/3/2002 10:19:05 AM
From: voop
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Hopefully the next song will be:

WE'RE IN THE MONEY!!


The Gold Digger’s Song (We're In the Money)
Ted Lewis


We’re in the money, We’re in the money;
We’ve got a lot of what it takes to get along!
We’re in the money, the skies are sunny;
Old man depression,you are through,
You done us wrong!
We never see a headline
‘bout a breadline, today,
And when we see the landlord,
We can look that guy right in the eye.
We’re in the money, Come, on my honey,
Let’s spend it, lend it, send it rolling along.

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To: voop who wrote (1443)10/3/2002 10:33:30 AM
From: Sector Investor
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LOL!

More Special Forces news to come?
messages.yahoo.com

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To: Sector Investor who wrote (1439)10/3/2002 5:01:45 PM
From: Carol M. Morse
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I need some of whatever you're smokin!!! I made the mistake of looking at my portfolios again.........only KVHI and PIXR are making me feel secure today. Cisco under $10! I never thought I'd see that, really! Even though all my Cisco stock is free at this point, it's still depressing!
Need medicine!
Back to lurking with hose in bamboo patio, thirsty, they are always thirsty......
CMM

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To: Carol M. Morse who wrote (1445)10/3/2002 6:22:13 PM
From: robert b furman
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Hi Sector,

Mega ditto's on that 10 % day - that's just what I was thinking.

If KVH wants to get on the habit of surprising with earnings - they need to be profitable this quarter.

Just 1,000 bucks will pop this baby and put 9it in the black column - with 30 - 40 % topline growth!!!

Not shabby at all in this slow growth market.

LETS GO KVHI - POST A BLACK QUARTER !!!!


Bob

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To: robert b furman who wrote (1446)10/6/2002 8:45:08 PM
From: Sector Investor
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In May, KVH issued a P/R and mentioned 240,000 Inmarsat terminals.

Inmarsat Tops 250,000 Terminals Worldwide

September 24, 2002/Satnews/ ? Inmarsat Limited, the world's leading global mobile satellite communications provider announced today it has topped more than 250,000 activated satellite communication terminals worldwide. Over 50,000 of these terminals have been activated since the year 2000 and a terminal purchased by an Australian mining and exploration company brought the tally to the quarter of a million mark.

Bolnisi Gold, an ASX-listed developer of mainly gold mining properties recently purchased an Inmarsat Global Area Network (GAN) World Communicator, from Inmarsat partner Xantic.

The terminal is now operating from a major Bolnisi Gold project site in Chihuahua, Mexico. While the Bolnisi Gold team are in Chihuahua exploring property and evaluating it for mining potential, large amounts of data about the drilling core is sent regularly to head office in Sydney and a senior mining consultant in Lismore, Australia.

The evaluation team sends orders and reports via Inmarsat's GAN satellite terminal at 64 kbit/s. "Our projects are located in remote areas and in many cases, phone, fax and - most definitely email - facilities are almost non-existent." said Ken Phillips, Exploration Director, Bolnisi Gold. "The Inmarsat GAN is our prime means of communicating with the outside world."

This is not the first Inmarsat terminal purchased by Bolnisi Gold. The company also utilises two Inmarsat M terminals at its producing mine in Georgia, in the former Soviet Union. The Inmarsat M is a briefcase-sized, personal communicator which offers phone, fax and 2.4 kbit/s data.

"At the Georgia site there are some limited landline facilities providing a link between our base and the Georgian capital Tbilisi 70 kilometers away," Phillips said. "This system is extremely basic, expensive, slow and unreliable. It is limiting and we cannot count on it for the type of sophisticated communications we require. It is reassuring having our own communications system that we can depend upon - courtesy of Inmarsat."

Inmarsat Ltd. managing director Michael Butler said, "Inmarsat prides itself on delivering reliable, innovative high speed mobile wireless communications solutions. This meets the increasing demand from organizations for instant access to real-time data, e-commerce and Internet services from almost any point on the globe, no matter where that is be it remote locations parts of Mexico, or central Sydney."

"Whether a company's principal activity is transportation, saving lives or mining for gold, there needs to be strong assurance that their communications networks are dependable. Inmarsat has over 22 years experience in meeting this requirement for customers all over the world," he said.

By 1995, Inmarsat had 50,000 activated terminals. In two years - 1997 - this figure had doubled to 100,000. Inmarsat edged this up to 200,000 in 2000, and now activations have surpassed the 250,000 mark.

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To: Sector Investor who wrote (1447)10/6/2002 10:03:00 PM
From: robert b furman
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Hi Sector,

Well we've got an AUSA dog and pony show this month.

KVHI is going to be in exhibit space A02 54 and their research buddies will be in A02 24 - yup you guessed it L-3.

ausa.org


I can't figure out where the exhibit is on the floor plan - maybe an outside wall with a Speacial forces Hunvee.

ausa.org

Better yet the humvee would be parked right in between the two spaces with a JDAM loaded on it.

Oh well just dreaming

I like the price action lately.Stocks that resist general market sell offs are the ones to look for.

Tomorrow's leaders at todays prices.gg

Bob

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