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Microcap & Penny Stocks : Rocky Mountain Int'l (OTC:RMIL former OTC:OVIS)

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To: Roo who wrote (19215)11/18/1997 8:49:00 AM
From: Larry S.  Read Replies (1) of 55532
 
<I hear the frenzied pitch of the nays and I wonder...>

Roo, you are so right. The Nays don't seem to realize that with credibility comes believability. S Martin, M Kugler, TopCat, Skeeter, All lost their credibility in so many ways its impossible to believe anything they say. Notice no one is bashing Tonto because he hasn't gotten involved in any tirades of nonsensical giberish based primarily on personality attacks. Can we say the same of the Group 4 above. Each of the four has thrown their credibility out the window with their lack of objectiveness in posting in the last few months. Why they even act as cheerleaders for themselves, how pathetic.

How can they be believed:

1. They are not objective
2. They post around the clock with supposably "no ownership interest/position in the stock"
3. They attack the company and investors without logic.
4. They Cheer when the stock falls (why unless they are short or they are some strange form of masochists)
5. They post information designed to confuse, not clarify
6. They support a known shorter in this and other stocks (one it seems who shorts as a major investment strategy)
7. They never substantiate any information that is favorable to the company or those holding the stock.

One of them doesn't even seem to realize or care what the repercussions will be if he is found by the authorities to be acting in a manner so inconsistent with his positions, that he could have his license revoked or worst, placed in jail for fraud/manipulation.

If anyone holding this stock believes anything they have to say, they should sell in a hurry, because that is all they are trying to tell you. They will use any thing they can find to bring you to this conclusion. Just give them what they want. That way, only those who are committed to see this thing through to the end will have the stock. I for one think we would be stronger that way

I count myself in the latter group. I'll see this thing through. I've called for my certificates. Documented my call on paper and CC'd the NASD.

All RMIL long holders, you can count on me.

Larry S.
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