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OUCH!!!

I don't even read the assembly instructions on a new product. lol

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ha, my oldest daughter dubbed those assembly brochures "the constructions"...

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Exclusive: SEC investigating possible 'pump-and-dump' scam

Inquiry looks into whether network victimized stock buyers


03:16 AM CDT on Sunday, March 25, 2007

By BRENDAN M. CASE and MICHAEL GRABELL / The Dallas Morning News

http://www.dallasnews.com/sharedcontent/dws/news/localnews/stories/032507dnmetse cinvestigate.40477d8.html#

The stock tips hit millions of fax machines and e-mail accounts.

"Get filthy rich as the recovery begins," said one message after Hurricane Katrina. "Double profit opportunities from America's energy crisis," said another.

Investors bought into an Illinois roofing business, an Oklahoma company advertising a cancer-treating nose spray and an Addison producer of a video series, Racetrack Girls Go Nutz.

At first, the shares soared on the penny stock market, a loosely regulated bazaar of small-time companies where some investors seek to buy a piece of the next big thing.

Then, after sell-offs by some lucky or well-informed investors, the stocks plunged, taking millions from the pockets of recent buyers.

The losers in such cases often blame bad fortune. But the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating whether they were victims of fax and e-mail stock scams orchestrated by a group of lawyers, accountants, brokers and consultants – many in the Dallas area.

The group "may have manipulated or attempted to manipulate the share price of certain companies by making false or misleading statements to the public," said SEC enforcement lawyer Kevin Muhlendorf, in an affidavit filed in federal court in Washington, D.C.

The SEC won't discuss particulars of its investigation, but such classic "pump-and-dump" scams are a high priority for the agency because e-mail spam and instant online stock trading make small investors more vulnerable than ever.

"With the Internet technology, there is so much more ability to get to the retail investors through their computers," said Kit Addleman, associate director of enforcement for the SEC's regional office in Fort Worth.

SEC Inquiry

[Wink] The two-year investigation into what officials call the "shell creation group" is being handled from SEC headquarters in Washington, D.C.

SEC subpoenas, obtained by The Dallas Morning News, list more than 100 people and companies, and corporate records show that many of those companies tie back to a common group of Dallas-area business people. One person who comes up again and again is a former SEC attorney who used to enforce the nation's securities laws.
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SEC officials cautioned that inquiries don't always lead to legal proceedings and that subpoenas don't mean that the people named in them have broken the law. The SEC hasn't publicly said which individuals may be under scrutiny, or identified everyone who profited from the stock trades.

But two civil lawsuits filed in Dallas allege that specific people profited from manipulating stock in companies that are part of the SEC investigation.

National Storm Management Inc., the roofing firm whose stock soared and plunged after Katrina, makes such allegations against David Gordon, a Tulsa, Okla., securities lawyer. He was once sued unsuccessfully by his brother, accused of orchestrating a stock fraud on the family jewelry business in Conroe, Texas.

The company with the racetrack video, Consolidated Sports Media Group Inc., sued Dallas lawyer Phillip Offill. He spent 15 years in the SEC's Fort Worth office and until recently was a partner in the law firm Godwin Pappas Langley Ronquillo LLP.

Mr. Gordon and Mr. Offill deny any wrongdoing. They say they are the victims of the companies' own mismanagement and misdeeds. And the business people accused of stock manipulation in the civil lawsuits contend that they lost money as company managers profited.

"This is a big, huge investigation the SEC is doing that involves well over 100 companies," said Jules Slim, an Irving lawyer representing people accused of stock fraud in both lawsuits. "We're not really sure who they're going after. The plaintiffs are simply capitalizing on the fact that those people have been subpoenaed."

So far, the SEC investigation has resulted in only one penalty.

On Jan. 17, the SEC announced an agreement with John Shrewder, an Oklahoma stock promoter accused of sending out 87 million faxes in 2004 and 2005 to manipulate the stock price of Artec Inc., the business with the anti-cancer drug, and other companies.

Mr. Shrewder did not admit or deny wrongdoing, but he acknowledged liability for $1,031,000 in improper trading profits and interest. But he will have to pay back only $150,000 to the U.S. government under a settlement with the SEC that considered his financial condition.

And this month, as part of a crackdown on e-mail stock fraud called Operation Spamalot, the SEC suspended trading in four companies that listed Mr. Offill as corporate counsel in disclosure reports. He also had ties to four others, including one that listed a company he controlled, Supreme City Holdings, as a major shareholder.

Mr. Offill denied ownership interest in the Spamalot companies and said he formed Supreme City Holdings on behalf of a client, whom he wouldn't identify. When asked about another company in which a firm he controlled owned stock, Mr. Offill said he couldn't discuss client matters.

Two of the Spamalot companies also showed up on SEC subpoenas related to the investigation into the shell creation group.

Taking a risk

Why would anyone send out 87 million faxes, or tens of millions of e-mails?

Because, experts say, in some cases, they're a good way to separate investors from their money.

Researchers at Purdue University and Oxford University recently found that electronically pumped stocks show "a significantly positive return" at first and then tend to collapse, leaving unsuspecting investors with big losses that they often attribute to the gamble of the stock market.

"What are you going to do? It was a risk and I took it," said Jon Browar, a Consolidated Sports shareholder who owns a screen-printing business outside Kansas City. "My kids aren't going to go without because of this, but in the same respect, there's a lot more I can do with $3,000."

Federal and state laws prohibit the distribution of unsolicited faxes to hype a stock. Both junk faxes and spam e-mails may violate securities laws if they contain falsehoods about a company or if promoters don't disclose that they have been paid to tout a stock.

For example, the SEC alleged that the Artec faxes understated Artec's debt and the number of shares available to make each share appear more valuable.

Moreover, while Mr. Shrewder's faxes urged other investors to buy shares, he was selling them.

"Shrewder was actively selling Artec shares for less than $.50 while he was recommending that others buy them until the price reaches between $2 and $4," the SEC said in its complaint.

Mr. Shrewder said in a court filing that he was unaware of any misrepresentations in the faxes. He also said he had disclosed in the faxes that he might trade in the shares. In an interview, he said his faxes only went to people who asked to receive them.

Expanded inquiry

The SEC opened its Artec investigation in December 2004 after officials noticed suspicious trading and price movements. By June 2005, the investigation had expanded to reflect interest in the larger circle of people who appeared to be involved in what the SEC came to call the "shell creation group."

After Katrina, e-mails and faxes enticed investors to buy shares in National Storm and in Deep Rock Oil & Gas Inc., an Oklahoma energy company. National Storm's stock price rose from 51 cents to $2.41. Deep Rock's price increased tenfold, to $1.11. Within months, both fell to less than a quarter a share.

Phone records of a Florida investor – who the SEC alleges played a role in producing and disseminating the faxes – showed several calls to numbers associated with the Dallas-based shell group, the SEC said.

Some of those phone calls, listed in SEC court documents, trace back to Mr. Gordon, the Tulsa lawyer for Deep Rock who also helped take National Storm public.

National Storm has sued Mr. Gordon, accusing him of masterminding stock manipulation schemes.

"The Shell Creation Group's activities frequently prove ruinous to the legitimate private companies they deceive," National Storm said in court documents.

Mr. Slim, who is representing Mr. Gordon and others in the lawsuit, said the company's counterclaim is a distraction from the original complaint. The lawsuit was filed against National Storm by Trucolor Inc., which is partly owned by Mr. Gordon.

Trucolor alleged in the lawsuit that National Storm cheated it by breaching a loan that had been induced through fraud.

In an interview, Mr. Gordon said that he had followed all securities laws and that he believed the information released by Deep Rock and National Storm was accurate. He said he didn't know who distributed the blast faxes.

"Believe me, I do not do pump-and-dumps," he said.

Consolidated Sports

The Consolidated Sports lawsuit alleges Mr. Offill and others made millions of dollars by perpetrating a pump-and-dump scam on the company's stock.

The company says Mr. Offill arranged for a merger with an inactive corporation to use a legal loophole that gave investors millions of freely tradable shares that didn't have to be registered with the SEC. Mr. Offill brought investors into Consolidated Sports, including companies that he controlled, the lawsuit says.

In November 2004, a junk fax went out touting the stock. Consolidated Sports lawyers say the fax was approved by Mr. Offill and drafted by one of his associates.

"The specific intent behind the blast fax was to cause the price of the stock in CSMG to spike upward, after which Offill's friends, clients and business associates, and entities controlled by Offill, would sell their stock, leaving the other shareholders and the innocent purchasers to bear the losses," Consolidated Sports' lawsuit says.

Mr. Offill, who has also been a lawyer for Artec, declined to be interviewed, referring questions to his lawyer, Richard Sayles. In January, Mr. Offill left Godwin Pappas to pursue his own practice, Mr. Sayles said. Mr. Offill said in a deposition that he didn't know about the blast fax until after it was sent.

"A fax of this nature – that appears oriented towards providing investor awareness on a public basis – is something that an issuer should never send," he said.

A trial in the Consolidated Sports lawsuit is expected this year.

A WEB OF LAWSUITS AND SUBPOENAS

Corporate records and lawsuits indicate the following people have ties to the Securities and Exchange Commission's investigation of the "shell creation group." SEC inquiries do not necessarily lead to legal proceedings or indicate that people named in subpoenas have broken any law.

DAVID GORDON
A Tulsa, Okla., securities lawyer, Mr. Gordon, 45, has been accused of stock fraud in several lawsuits, including one from Consolidated Sports Media Group Inc. and another brought unsuccessfully by his brother. He was the lawyer for Deep Rock Oil & Gas Inc. and helped take National Storm Management Inc. public. In a lawsuit, National Storm called him a mastermind of pump-and-dump schemes. More than a half-dozen companies on a subpoena issued to a Dallas brokerage have ties to him. He and his associates have denied wrongdoing.

PHILLIP OFFILL
A former SEC enforcement attorney in Fort Worth, Mr. Offill, 48, was a partner until recently at Godwin Pappas Langley Ronquillo LLP in Dallas. He was a corporate lawyer for Artec and Consolidated Sports. Consolidated Sports says that he helped orchestrate a pump-and-dump scheme on its stock using a junk fax and that two companies he controlled profited. He says he never saw the blast fax before it went out. Some three dozen companies mentioned in the SEC subpoenas list him as an officer, corporate counsel, or in some other capacity. In other cases, one of his companies is listed as a major shareholder. He denies any wrong doing.

MARK LINDBERG
An amateur golfer, Mr. Lindberg, 39, of Coppell, helped take Consolidated Sports and National Storm public, according to Consolidated Sports court documents and National Storm annual reports. Consolidated Sports said in its lawsuit that Mr. Lindberg paid investor Doyle Mark White for arranging a junk fax touting its stock. Nearly 20 companies on the SEC subpoenas list Mr. Lindberg as an officer or consultant, or one of his companies as a major shareholder. And he received several calls from a Florida investor the SEC says played a role in the junk faxes after Hurricane Katrina. Mr. Lindberg declined an interview but denied the allegations in court documents. In a deposition, he said that he's never been involved in a pump-and-dump scheme and that he transferred the money to Mr. White's firm on behalf of another company.

DOYLE MARK WHITE
Consolidated Sports said in its lawsuit that Mr. White, 49, of Colleyville, sent a junk fax touting its stock behind the company's back. Mr. White, a former Irving stockbroker, was barred from the U.S. securities industry last year, accused of manipulating a separate penny stock. In the settlement, he did not admit or deny wrongdoing. Mr. White did not respond to requests for an interview. In a deposition, he said he sent the fax to a distribution service after Consolidated Sports approved it. The company denies that.

GARY ZINN
Described as an international businessman with ties to Bulgaria, Mr. Zinn, of Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., was sued by the SEC for not answering a subpoena related to the stocks of National Storm and Deep Rock, which were allegedly manipulated after Katrina. A judge ordered him to comply, and the case was dismissed. The SEC said in court documents that Mr. Zinn has ties to two companies managed in London, High Charm Ltd. and Putnam International Consulting, which each made more than $50,000 trading in the stocks. Putnam had paid a marketing company to distribute the junk faxes, according to a disclaimer on the faxes. High Charm and Putnam were also top shareholders in Consolidated Sports. Mr. Zinn and his lawyer did not return phone calls seeking comment.

JOSHUA LANKFORD
An entrepreneur who once sold neckties in downtown skyscrapers, Mr. Lankford, 33, became one of the most successful stockbrokers at Dallas brokerage Barron Moore Inc., even becoming part owner before leaving. In its lawsuit, Consolidated Sports says he participated in a pump-and-dump on its stock. He denied the allegations in a deposition, saying he warned company executives that he couldn't raise money for them until they had revenue.

CHASITY THOMPSON AND JASON FREEMAN
As a business consultant, Ms. Thompson, 28, helped incorporate Artec, Consolidated Sports and National Storm. Plano-based Routh Stock Transfer Inc., which she ran with Mr. Freeman, 31, served as a transfer agent for National Storm, Deep Rock and about 10 other companies listed on SEC subpoenas. Ms. Thompson and Mr. Freeman were consultants for several other companies on the subpoenas. Consolidated Sports alleges that Ms. Thompson falsified corporate records to help commit fraud on its stock. Her attorney said she has done nothing wrong. Earlier this month, Mr. Freeman filed a shareholder lawsuit against Consolidated Sports, saying the company fraudulently funneled money to a consultant who used it to repay investors in past failed ventures. Consolidated Sports lawyers said that hundreds of hours of video footage show the money was spent legitimately.

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ih tex just dropped in to say howdy. these cshd boards still have great educational value for those who are willing to learn. posters on these boards come from vastly different educational, professional, and social structures of our society. their posts all teach us something. the principles of cshd all made money off of their stocks that investors bought and held while the principles laughed all the way to the bank. some of us still hope that the sec takes action against some of the people involved and is not satisfied with just putting the stock on the greys. have a great weekend all !

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WOOOOOOOOOOOW ....... Get over to Rufus's and HSM to see info reg. JA. Apparently JA was having affairs and was scamming lots of people. There is a letter from Olga (John's ex-wife) telling about John writing his email reg his sickness and about his fatal disease. While writing it, he was laughing about it. There too many to copy over here. Sweetpea talks about her relationship with him also. Another woman has admitted the same. In short .... It appears that he is to repeat what his ex-wife calls him a "scum bag". Sorry to say ....if this is true .... I fell for it also.
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From what I can see .... It starts with post #8772 Missemma001 over at HSM.
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Here's the first post from Missemma001.....

Hey girl!!!

Thanks for the words of support!!!

I am about to lay it out for ya where John is concerned.

I found out that he is a compulsive liar! He was playing not only me but a few other women off of HSM as well. I think he could be illl, but not as ill as he wanted us all to belive. I think this is his disappearing act that he mentioned to us gals. He was kind enough to at least send us girls the exact same emails and pictures. He had us all fooled.

[quote=fewhourssleep][quote=missemma001
He calls me everyday from his cell phone and I call him on his cell. so his phone does work in germany. you might want to double check w/him on that.
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congratulation to you & god bless
I was wondering if you had heard from JA lately....

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More ....... from Missemma001.......
Oh also found out that he is married. I received an email from his wife telling me that his company is just a front and that he is as poor as they come. She told me that they only had 6 bucks in their checking acct and coudln't even pay their house note any longer.

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Someone asked if Emma would show us the copy of the letter John Arlitts wife sent her when she found out John was cooresponding with her.

Here it is

[quote=polonium-210]Wow! That’s very disturbing on many levels. Would you mind posting that message? Thanks.


Here it is:

Dear Emily!
My name is Olga Arlitt. You have a corresondence with my husband John.
I only want you have no illusion and understand something about him. We have got married in May last year. He got divorce in 2005 and hi is now obliged to pay support to his ex-wife of 3000 dollars every month. Hi has no money. The name of his company is only a beautiful screen. Last month he was not capable to pay our rent and we had 6 dollars left. His business has debts only.
John has a serious problem with an alcohol. He is drunk every night. I tired very much to put up with it. You possibly want my husband for yourself. Well. I wish your good luck with this nightmare. I learned about your correspondence today. I shall not interfere in your communication. You can do what you want. This man does not exist for me any more. I am going to ask for divorce.
With the best regards
Olga Arlitt


I hope John is watching the boards still cause he deserves to be busted after the way he treated some of us!

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Noob 101 has checked on its authenticity .....

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Originally Posted by quest4JC
Noob, what do you think of the email? legit header?


yep looking good JA was in BC !!! maybe OLGA loves him so much she wrote this. haha!

shes like BACK OFF HE'S MINE!!

Record Type: IP Address
IP Location: Canada - British Columbia - Delta - Dccnet Delta
Reverse DNS: mx.dccnet.com
Blacklist Status: Clear

Whois Record


OrgName: Delta Cable Communications Ltd.
OrgID: DLTA
Address: 5381 48th Ave.
City: Delta
StateProv: BC
PostalCode: V4K-1W7
Country: CA

NetRange: 24.207.0.0 - 24.207.127.255
CIDR: 24.207.0.0/17
NetName: DCCNET-BLK-1
NetHandle: NET-24-207-0-0-1
Parent: NET-24-0-0-0-0
NetType: Direct Allocation
NameServer: NS1.DCCNET.COM
NameServer: NS2.DCCNET.COM
Comment: ADDRESSES WITHIN THIS BLOCK ARE NON-PORTABLE
RegDate: 2001-06-26
Updated: 2005-11-28

RAbuseHandle: ABUSE1034-ARIN
RAbuseName: Abuse
RAbusePhone: +1-604-946-5188
RAbuseEmail:
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This is from Polonium-210 .....
Let me preface this by saying that I perform computer / data forensics professionally. When I read this post by missemma001 I honestly thought it was too salacious and over-the-top to be true. So, I asked missemma001 to send me a copy of the header associated with this email. If you doubt the authenticity of missemma001’s claim, I can assure you the message was sent to her from the address arlittrealtycorp*dccnet.com, which is known to be John Arlitt’s email address.


[quote=missemma001]
Quote:
Originally Posted by polonium-210
Wow! That’s very disturbing on many levels. Would you mind posting that message? Thanks.


Here it is:

Dear Emily!
My name is Olga Arlitt. You have a corresondence with my husband John.
I only want you have no illusion and understand something about him. We have got married in May last year. He got divorce in 2005 and hi is now obliged to pay support to his ex-wife of 3000 dollars every month. Hi has no money. The name of his company is only a beautiful screen. Last month he was not capable to pay our rent and we had 6 dollars left. His business has debts only.
John has a serious problem with an alcohol. He is drunk every night. I tired very much to put up with it. You possibly want my husband for yourself. Well. I wish your good luck with this nightmare. I learned about your correspondence today. I shall not interfere in your communication. You can do what you want. This man does not exist for me any more. I am going to ask for divorce.
With the best regards
Olga Arlitt


I hope John is watching the boards still cause he deserves to be busted after the way he treated some of us!


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Well, Well, Well, I thought it was weird when he called (a friend) and said he had cancer & was going off to die.....quite frankly, it was at that point when I thought he may not be what I thought he was.....how "convienient", to be dying, just when you are about to be "found out".....

...sorry everyone....I fell for his crap...I believe he used me as a pawn to "spread the word"...I think I was targeted to do so....my dad told me a while ago that he thought that was what was happening....see always listen to your father.....Oh & guys named Mr.C.. [Wink]

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Well Jenna it looks like the mighty Tut was working on a disappearing act. Its unfortunate he REEEALY attempted to divide everyone in regards to "Arlitts Camp" and "Rufus's Camp". He drove a wedge between a lot of people. Fortunately I was able to discuss this openly with you and your Dad along the way without the wedge.

Always remember though, we still dont have all the facts....just a few emails. Im betting there is a lot of truth to the emails however.

But, this brings up a big question for me. Why and how did he get involved with CSHD? His wife says he is broke so he never was "heavily invested" like he said he was. He could have bought in back in June pretty cheap so im not doubting he has shares but it appears it may have been nothing more than that. Did he find CSHD on his own? Did an officer or other major player "bring him in" on CSHD?

I wish we had more solid FACTS but im glad to see what is coming out so far. Its just too bad hes likely out of the reach of the law.

The Cobra has struck Johnnyboy..........does it hurt?

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Good Afternoon Everyone,

Be on guard tomorrow; it's April Fools Day. No telling what might be posted here.

So before tomorrow you should know that the Judge has to OK the 15c-211 before we can get a MM and back on the real boards; THAT SHOULD HAPPEN ANY DAY NOW Well, there I go again setting myself up with this timing thing, oh well

For the poster wanting to know about ROMEO; HE NEVER LEFT. This man is very well connected to major banks and finanical institutions around the world. I'm told he works for the UN and is being made available to CSHD

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we havent seen the judge yet so how can we get 15c211?

we have no lawyer?????

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Today at 5:11pm, terps wrote:GRIFF

we havent seen the judge yet so how can we get 15c211?

we have no lawyer?????



Terp,
We have a lawyer. Have had one for awhile. Rufus confirmed it on the last SPR interview. It is being provided by the gov.

Oh, there is a great deal of communication between Rufus, lawyer, and judge. See the case against us by the Atlanta SEC is bofus, fraudulant. Therfore, the judge making any type of ruling for us or against us is unnecessary; the judge knows that there is no case to be won or lost.
IMO, Rufus wants all the information to run thru FED court for the documentation to be unquestionable down the road

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Anyone recall JA's name on the NOBO list? I don't! Oh yeah we "thought" it might be under another name...right? No wait...his girlfriend is in Texas? rmember that one? Oh and let's see...remember he wanted to start an organization for girls with drug problems...or was it run away girls...something about he had problems with his girls...
Heck maybe that Olga chick is his daughter...trying to pay back her dad...cause he found her drug stash...OR maybe it is actually JA because he wanted all of us to think that he is wacked..or his wife is wacked...
Hell i don't really give a monkey's butt!
What I want is for the stupidity to stop and this thing to go away...it is really too far out of ones grasp to figure out who isn't who and why they are who they aren't!

jenna...do you know for sure that it is your dad that is posting on this board...LOL...just kidding!

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LOL 10- Dad? Is that really you?

If that's really you, when is my birthday?...Wait don't answer that!!!!

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Good Point 10, about John not being on the NOBO.

I think he explained that by owning it through an organization or something.....

10, if someone can lie about having cancer than they can act like they want to set up a fund for runaways...........what a Jerk!!!!!!

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I am NOT defending JA...BUT? Is he the one that actually stated that he had cancer? I don't think so...
jenna? your birthday? silly..I think that you posted your birthdate on here..so 'thedoctor" would know it...but your dad might not...LOL

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http://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/757563/000129707706000095/cshd8k112706fin al.htm

We have the 8K for the filing of JA taking over...But we have no filing putting RPH back in...so WTH...

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10- John did tell some people personally that he had cancer & was dying- that's when I started to doubt him because I thought that was a little "convienient".

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But Jenna? Remember what I said about who to trust? And not everyone was who they say they are? Did you hear it from JA himself? NO ONE seems to be who they say they are...TEX? He is really BuyTex... [Wink] [Razz]

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AAAHHH, I see.

No, he did not tell me that himself.

10- Who are you really? Are you Oprah?...

lol

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lol, *lowww* blow, 10...

Hey, and don't forget the BOD is charged with replacing the CEO...gotta do it, it's in the bylaws, but dang it--no time limit, that I recall...

Also, I don't believe a judge would be involved in the form 211 process, except perhaps informally, maybe... anyway, no MM would touch it until the defaults are answered...

As for the rest of the soap opera...well let's just say anybody could be posting anything...not much value.

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Ockham's Razor

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lol...yes, I suppose you're right, Jenna...

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FWIW...James Gee made a big deal about JA being on the NOBO at the BBQ. I guess it was a lie, but I'm not real sure why he would have lied about it....just his MO I guess [Big Grin] .

Happy early April Fool's everyone. The funny thing is people could post some really crazy stuff about CSHD on April Fool's, but it would probably be real!

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There could be absolutely no Aprils fools joke on this stock..

We hear:

It dumps- no surprise
Its going to the moon- no surprise
JA took Rufus' daughter to mexico - no surprise

There cant possibly be any april fools joke that would raise any eyebrows, can there?

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I think someone said JA's B-day was 4-1...Haha...that's tomarrow...April Fools Day....

now that's a joke!

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Tex...or who ever you are, you know that I adore you...regardless of your moniker! [Wink]

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quote:
Originally posted by Jenna:
Ockham's Razor

dam flash backs again

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only the shadow knows... muahahaaa

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You guys are all nuts...

And by the way Jenna, my Mom's birthday is tomorrow, as is her mom's (my grandmother, obviously).

Grandma = Blonde + Polish + born on April fools day...

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sounds like some kind of charm to me, PC...

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