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   Microcap & Penny StocksCAGI--A Sleeper Waiting to Wake Up!!!!


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To: KiddStock who wrote (1012)4/29/1999 1:44:00 PM
From: LarryS
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Cosmos....you were always wrong when you
posted as cosmos, which is why you changed
your alias. Your constant whining trying to
hurt the price of CGY is not working. Can't
you understand no one here cares what you
say, unless you have something to back it up.

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To: LarryS who wrote (1013)4/29/1999 2:24:00 PM
From: KiddStock
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DOWN 3/8 FROM OPENING! Man, just look at the price will you!!! It doesn't matter what you say or how you personally attack me.

This should have moved big time as HYPE-HYPE-HYPED by the Gullible, Dsy Traders, Pump & Dump Scamers or PR Parasites.

If you do not care what I say, then do not respond.

I like pulling your chain.

Have a nice day.

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To: KiddStock who wrote (1011)4/29/1999 10:09:00 PM
From: docsox
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KIDDSTOCK

I repeat, do not go off your medication. It can't help unless you take it regularly.

Doc

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To: KiddStock who wrote (1012)4/29/1999 11:27:00 PM
From: MTHONER
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KIDD...Your simplistic comparison of CGY to GKI as "pump and dump" is faulty...

GKI soared to $19 on two factors...an AMEX-listing, and the FACT that Rod Canion (Compaq Computer-Founder) had signed on to run the ship.

GKI than tanked WHEN Rod Canion resigned after less than 6-months on the job. GKI continued to tank on margin-calls, and CONTINUED to tank when short-interest jumped in to take advantage of the aforementioned.

GKI's "run", and subsequent "fall", had nothing to due with "pump and dump". It dealt with cold, hard FACTS concerning "who" was (and was subsequently not) leading the company into the future. The "street" perceived and reacted accordingly.

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To: docsox who wrote (1015)4/30/1999 9:48:00 AM
From: KiddStock
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Good advice, but don't you have anything better to do?

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To: MTHONER who wrote (1016)4/30/1999 12:08:00 PM
From: Philip Bosco
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Mthoner:
I really liked your post the only thing is I think we are wasting our time with this Kiddstock. He does not understand anything anyway. He seems to get a rise out of ticking people off and getting a reaction from them. I wonder how well it worked when he held his breath in front of his mother. He is probably still doing that now.

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To: Philip Bosco who wrote (1018)6/10/1999 9:25:00 AM
From: docsox
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Hey! Who stole our thread???
All posts since April 30 have disappeared.

David

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To: docsox who wrote (1019)6/10/1999 10:24:00 AM
From: LarryS
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CAGI has moved to the Amex and is now found
under the letters CGY. There is also a new CGY board
here on SI.

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