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We of the FBN Management Team sincerely believe that our company is wonderful. We're aware that most of our stockholders share our sentiments, and we don't really want to hear from anyone who doesn't. I've created this thread for good people who want to post positive thoughts about FBN; negativism, criticism, doubts, and differences of opinion will not be tolerated. There is a single exception to this rule: contributors may accuse the Evil MMs of whatever they like. You and I know they're responsible for everything from the hole in the ozone layer to snagged pantyhose, so don't hold back!

And Special Friends who demonstrate their loyalty to the company should feel free to call us anytime. Our IR people are very plausible, and they'll be certain to make you feel good about your investment! They'll even drop little hints now and then about impending news and possible strategic alliances so that you can add to your position in advance of the huge runup that inevitably follows the issuance of official press releases.

FBN Associates is an application development, outsourcing, and integration services firm headquartered in Sedona, Arizona. The Company helps Fortune 500 corporations, government agencies, and healthcare institutions achieve their business objectives through its application development, application outsourcing, year 2000 compliance, help desk technical support, and UNIX-based healthcare software solutions.

FBN's latest and most important product, FBN NeuralNet 2000T is a unique, platform-independent toolset that promises to dramatically slash Year 2000 costs. In an exclusive partnership between FBN and bio-silicon pioneer TechniClone, FBN engineers have discovered that TechniClone's Cx2000 neural network chipset, based on the cross-patented Blastomere SeparationT process, can be applied to solve the potentially catastrophic Year 2000 problem.

Enjoy! But remember...

The above are forward-looking statements which, while accurately reflecting the opinions and beliefs of management, may be subject to risks and uncertainties as outlined in documents available at the FBN Associates website.

Janice Shell
Senior Vice President, Investor Relations
FBN Associates