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To: robert b furman who wrote (851)7/12/2001 7:00:44 PM
From: Roy F
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Bob, kudos and congrats are in order. Sounds like quite a battle... both the catch and the revival. Well done.

A few years from now, a fishing trip might be a good way to celebrate our time here.

Regards,

Roy

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To: Roy F who wrote (852)7/12/2001 7:11:14 PM
From: robert b furman
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Hi Roy,

That's a great idea. I like that idea alot. I guess if you are serious we should vebalize a goal.

So you can be fully informed the costs are as follows:

1)accomodations are at " The Teaser club house (owned by the guide) - it includes breakfast and dinner 65.00 per person.
Boat and guide ( Mike Frenette - a very accomplished and well known person in the area) 550.00 per day for bat fishing and 750.00 per day if off shore fishing can be done. Weather is the variable - offshore is done only on good seas and weather projections.

Usual take home of fish is a 48 quart cooler full of all filets. My wife (Jan) and I love to grille Mahi Mahi (Dolphin) and the red fish is outstanding ( blackened redfish made Paul Prudhome famous in New Orleans).

If you haven't been to New Orleans add at least two days to see the French Quarter and attend the Louisianna school of Cajun Cooking one morning to noon.

All I need is the excuse to go.ggggg


Bob

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To: robert b furman who wrote (853)7/13/2001 6:37:44 AM
From: Roy F
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Bob! I'm getting hungry. Sounds great. New Orleans is a place one should visit. When KVH takes off, the cost will seem inconsequential. Something to look forward to.

Roy

PS: Sorry board for the off-topic postings.

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To: Roy F who wrote (854)7/13/2001 8:50:16 PM
From: voop
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come on down!

Voop from N'Awlins

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To: voop who wrote (855)7/15/2001 10:01:54 AM
From: robert b furman
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Hi voop,

Didn't know we had a lurker with the coonass persuasion- lucky guy.

Bob

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To: robert b furman who wrote (856)7/15/2001 10:21:54 AM
From: voop
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Hey Bob

My cajun friends actually pay me not to try to talk with one of their accents. I put that money into limit orders for KVHI.

Lurking is more fun with a po-boy near by.


Voop

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To: voop who wrote (857)7/15/2001 10:33:03 AM
From: robert b furman
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Hi Voop - OFF TOPIC

I was just telling my wife that I wanted to go fishing this weekend. She reminded me I just got back from 2 weeks of being in Venice. I'm like a little kid and just can't get enough - it was so exciting catching those big Red Fish and then putting them back (can only keep one over 27 inches).

If there was ever a place I'd buy a cabin to go get away it would be in Venice La. or somewhere around the New Orleans airport +or- an hour and a half drive. Your area is truly a spotsman's paradice.

You po-boy cajuns just have it tuff.hehehe

I guess you don't let many of your friends know you have a computer. Seems like there probably is a law against that.If cajuns can do what they do with mudbugs and rice I guess its just a matter of time and they'd own the world with a computer.gggggg


Bob

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To: robert b furman who wrote (858)7/17/2001 9:50:35 PM
From: robert b furman
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To All:

Well that was exciting. A No Trade day.

I don't know about you but I thought it got really exciting when the bid rocketed from 6.00 to 6.01 and then 6.02.

All in all there where no sellers to meet the generous rise in the rocketing bid.

Is that what they call an exhausted gap? hehehehe

Bob

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To: robert b furman who wrote (859)7/18/2001 12:40:34 AM
From: geoffrey Wren
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Do you check the Yahoo message board? There's a troll who's showed up there, bashing the stock. You wonder why. Sometimes I guess it's a personality disorder. Sometimes it's an individual short thinking that he will help his position. I always wonder, though, whether there are larger forces at work when these bashers appear.

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To: geoffrey Wren who wrote (860)7/18/2001 6:32:43 AM
From: robert b furman
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Hi Geoffrey,

I very seldom go to the yahoo thread.

Sector is kind enough to link meaningful post.

The participants demeanor and neverending spam just isn't worth the effort.

I was a late comer to computers.Many initial computer users cut their teeth on yahoo.I fell into SI amd really like the people here. JMHO

Bob


I'd use the ignore feature if he dragged his negative self over here. One thing for sure the troll hasn't influenced a wave of selling.ggg

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