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   Microcap & Penny StocksRADIUS RISES FROM THE ASHES (DODV)


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To: R.S. Blum who wrote (1374)11/6/1998 11:07:00 AM
From: Sea Otter
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Our little chihauhau is acting kind of frisky.

And, from I can discern, no one has a clue about
what is going on.

Reasons?

CFO posted on Yahoo??? Very, very strange. But of
course this can't be the cause of our rise. It
could be the cause of an SEC investigation though.

The Apple testimony at the trial? No, that seems
to be reaching way too far.

Clearly something else. Meanwhile, I guess we
can all just sit here, dumb and happy (sort of), and
see what pops out of the box.

Sea Otter

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To: Sea Otter who wrote (1375)11/6/1998 11:49:00 AM
From: R.S. Blum
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Sea,

Yes, I have to agree seeing black behind RDUS for a change sure beat the accustomed red. However, excitement doesn't start to kick in until the teenies--at least for me.

And, this behavior indeed s/b very eye catching to the SEC. With absolutely no 'official' public business commentary and legally no insider buying due to the current quiet period, if this can't be easily explained away by outside factors, some insiders may be answering some official questions very soon. That Sillyman Yahoo! post alone will sure draw attention.

Another fine example of the leadership capabilities of this mgmt.

-Scott

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To: R.S. Blum who wrote (1357)11/9/1998 1:35:00 PM
From: Jeffry K. Smith
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"The buying pressure alone should increase the value, but more importantly, the management will finally be giving the investment community that they, believe in themselves." OH COME ON - spare me!!

has christopher d licata been reincarnated?

Management can and should be doing what is needed to raise the value of the stock by doing a better job at what they were hired to do - managing operations, and developing and selling product. The price of the stock will then rise naturally. If you are sitting around waiting for some other "sign", go spend your money elsewhere.

If you hold the stock, I send you my best wishes.

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To: Jeffry K. Smith who wrote (1377)11/9/1998 2:49:00 PM
From: R.S. Blum
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Hey Jeffie,

I see you're back slumming again! How nice to see you that took time away from playing with your boy-toy to grace us with such confounding wisdom. We'll be forever indebted. Don't tell me you came up with that on your own? That's far and above the most coherent post I've ever witnessed from you. Even your spelling was good!

Fess up--Who helped? What's his name Brucie?!

I send you my best wishes too!
-Scott

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To: R.S. Blum who wrote (1378)11/10/1998 11:11:00 AM
From: Jeffry K. Smith
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Yo Scottie,

However you care to insult me, it does not change the truth of what I have said, now does it?

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To: Jeffry K. Smith who wrote (1379)11/10/1998 11:56:00 AM
From: R.S. Blum
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Jeffie,

You care to expand on exactly what earth shattering truth that you seem to need to pat yourself on the back for sharing? Tell us something we DON'T know!

Let's see, yessiree, virtually every RDUS shareholder is upside down, so your condolences are accepted--Thanks a bunch! And, undoubtedly, if they are indeed capable of doing a better job (which is debatable) and this in turn strengthens the bottom line, the share price should be positively effected. OK--I'm ready for your BIG truth. Let's hear it already.

Yep, you sure are a goddamn legend in your own mind for stating the obvious. I suppose now you're off to the Bre-X thread to spread a little investing wisdom there too?

Man, you need to get a life...

-Scott

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To: christopher d licata who wrote ()11/11/1998 10:25:00 PM
From: Steve Monteith
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See Yahoo for a lively discussion of Radius

messages.yahoo.com

PS This board appears to be dead!

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To: Steve Monteith who wrote (1381)11/13/1998 3:19:00 PM
From: Martin Olsen
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Where do we go from here? Will RDUS slowly slip beneath a buck?
Or will some solid partnership news come out and reignite the
short-lived rally?

I bought some more today hoping we have hit bottom but it looks like
once again I will be kicking myself in hindsight. My arse is getting
sore from this stock!

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To: christopher d licata who wrote ()11/20/1998 1:11:00 PM
From: Amado Rodriguez
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Nice to see ads for Radius products.....

www2.blol.com

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To: Amado Rodriguez who wrote (1383)12/16/1998 11:59:00 AM
From: SHGLaw
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And eighth here, a sixteenth there, and next thing you know ol' rdus is back in the cesspool of companies with promise and no revenues. Having squandered so much opportunity cost over the years on rdus, I can't bring myself to sell out for pennies. But it saddens me greatly to watch this little runt wittle away, day after day. Always waiting, hoping, for that announcement that rdus has sold something to justify its continued existence.

SHG

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