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To: sandeep who started this subject10/19/2000 10:55:29 AM
From: sandeep
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I wonder if this thread should be closed down :-) ~48 was it...

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To: sandeep who wrote (21)10/19/2000 12:31:09 PM
From: Andy Thomas
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--His daughter worked for Slate which is owned by MSFT. But then, Slate is incredibly liberal...
--

well, msft deserves what it gets then...

it's fun to see people hold msft up as being today's reardon steel.

many of the employees are libertarian, but there are a scary number of left-wing nuts in that place too.

andy

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To: sandeep who wrote (21)10/19/2000 12:31:49 PM
From: Andy Thomas
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--His daughter worked for Slate which is owned by MSFT. But then, Slate is incredibly liberal...
--

well, msft deserves what it gets then...

it's fun to see people hold msft up as being today's reardon steel.

many of the employees are libertarian, but there are a scary number of left-wing nuts in that place too.

andy

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To: Andy Thomas who wrote (25)10/19/2000 1:08:40 PM
From: sandeep
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I know. Too many left-wing people over in Seattle area, I think.

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To: sandeep who started this subject10/20/2000 2:28:16 AM
From: Andy Thomas
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prudentbear.com

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To: sandeep who started this subject10/20/2000 2:35:17 AM
From: Andy Thomas
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from the clowns thread:
-Crash had a nice take on the 'Softee earnings party today:
In any case, near as I can tell (and these numbers
aren’t exact since there’s no way to know how exactly
everything has been recategorized) sequentially, their Windows
Platforms division saw a 21 percent decline in revenue, and their
Consumer division saw a 7 percent decline in revenue. If this is
"good" news, somebody beat with a bat and break my legs
cause I’d love to have a "good" day? On the back of that, MSFT
gained 20 percent today. Can we say, "expiration is
tomorrow"???

Beat me with a bat and break my legs? He captures the essence of being a bear in a manufactured bull market...

-

andy

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To: sandeep who started this subject10/20/2000 3:43:24 AM
From: Andy Thomas
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Message 14623018

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To: Andy Thomas who wrote (27)10/20/2000 10:35:58 AM
From: sandeep
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Whatever this person or you say, MSFT and INTC can return all the investors' money in less than 30 years with almost no growth. This is a compelling play to me. You may choose to not have an optimistic view of the world, I do.

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To: Andy Thomas who wrote (28)10/20/2000 10:45:54 AM
From: sandeep
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His numbers are completely wrong. Since he doesn't want to bother doing any research of read any news releases, he will always be ignorant. For his education, ask him to look at www.microsoft.com and go through investor relations etc to find the numbers he wants.

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To: sandeep who wrote (30)10/23/2000 6:42:35 PM
From: Andy Thomas
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--MSFT and INTC can return all the investors' money in less than 30 years with almost no growth. --

what is the price/book?

how does that money grow? is that more like,

'assuming the stock market bubble continues to grow, msft and intc can return all the investors' money in less than 30 years with almost no growth...'

andy

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