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To: redfish who wrote (1)11/9/2005 10:59:42 PM
From: Threshold
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Man, I am really hoping you bought those calls when you posted that. Nice call!!! LOL

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From: Kid Rock3/2/2006 4:27:08 PM
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is this the GOOG thread ?

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To: Threshold who wrote (11)11/14/2007 5:13:01 PM
From: Lazarus_Long
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I'm going to put a target price on it of $400 a share.

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To: Lazarus_Long who wrote (13)11/15/2007 3:03:54 AM
From: Threshold
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that may be as profitable as the one redfish made. good luck.

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To: Threshold who wrote (14)2/24/2008 4:09:34 PM
From: Lazarus_Long
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Is it closer to 400 or 700 now? :-)

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From: KeepItSimple9/29/2008 5:07:39 PM
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it's closer to 400 now- this pig is going down.

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is it closer to 400 or 700 now? :-)

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To: KeepItSimple who wrote (16)1/8/2010 4:12:41 PM
From: Trader J
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700. Good too see your name still gracing the boards .. even if you are no long around. I retell stories of you when I need examples of those that are so subjectively blinded with idealism that they are no longer safe to be around others ... let alone to be by themselves.

There are just so many opportunities out there for those that can cast aside idealism and have the level of extraction to take what the markets are offering at any given time. As soon as one develops patterned biases, all hope is lost for objective action.

Remember as I have told you since we first exchanged posts ... there can be no objective thought in a subjective mind.

Cheers.

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