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Microcap & Penny Stocks : SAFR - Safari Associates Inc.

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To: Debra&Jeff who wrote (7)7/29/1998 2:49:00 AM
From: Rory McLeod  Read Replies (4) of 33

The process you mention does not sound like it would benefit Safari. They do not manufacture the shells, only recycle them. IMHO, A permanently marked shell would not benefit Safari. It may require more cardboard to "cover up" the original design and to display their product.

I understand now why this wouldn't work. Although the process can be done at anytime ... during the manufacturing of the shells or anytime afterwards ... there's the possibility of receiving a shell with the design on it, but not wanting it there. Good point.

BTW, where exactly is Macedonia? I think I heard the people there were nuts <g>! Neva was reel gud at spellin'.

Ah, Macedonia. Or more specifically, FYROM - The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia - is directly north of Greece. It's a small country formed out of the collapse of Yugoslavia and is struggling to promote it's independant identity to the International Community.

I'm with the United Nations and am a part of a small peacekeeping force (I'm not military - anymore) established to prevent any foreign incursions into this country. A point of interest: FYROM is the only country that gained it's independence from Yugoslavia without a bullet being shot in anger.

Of course things are heating up at the moment with Kosovo becoming the latest powderkeg in the Balkins. The border with Kosovo (a province in Serbia {Yugoslavia}) is only 15 kms (10 miles) from here. Our mission was slated for closure effective 1 Sep 98, but has now been extended for at least another 6 months and will include an increase of approx 300 more military ... to defend the borders.

Didn't think you'd get a history lesson, did you!! ;-)

Cheers, Rory.
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