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Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
RSHN Announces New Item Ginseng Viral Care.

Possible Bird Flu Play may move rshn higher. imho

Press Release Source: RushNet, Inc.

RushNet, Inc. Announces New Item Ginseng Viral Care
Wednesday October 26, 2:25 pm ET

BLUE ISLAND, Ill.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct. 26, 2005--RushNet, Inc. (Pink Sheets:RSHN.PK - News) is pleased to announce the expansion of its line of Ginseng Rush(TM) capsules to include Ginseng Viral Care, a formula consisting of powdered ginseng root, green tea, ginger, rose hips, acerola and other special ingredients.

The company noted that yesterday's segment of ABC-TV's "Good Morning America" cited a Canadian double-blind placebo study demonstrating ginseng's anti-viral properties. The clinical study, published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal (October 25, 2005; vol 173, issue 9), involved 323 adults. Those given ginseng extract (Panax quinquefolius) suffered 25% fewer viral colds than subjects given a placebo. Those taking ginseng also reduced their incidence of multiple colds by more than half compared to the placebo group.

According to the authors of the study, "Our results can be compared with those for many of the common antiviral drugs such as rimantadine, amantadine, zanamivir or oseltamivir for the prevention or treatment of influenza."

http://www.cmaj.ca/cgi/content/full/173/9/1043

Robert Corr, president of RushNet, Inc., said, "The scientific confirmation of ginseng's powerful anti-viral properties will support our launch, in early 2006, of a highly profitable line of all-natural Ginseng Viral Care(TM) products. We have combined pure Wisconsin-grown American ginseng (Panax quinquefolius) with other quality ingredients known to enhance immune function and overall health. The result is a product which is very timely given the likelihood of raging influenza epidemics going forward."

Corr added, "RushNet gives consumers honest measures of certified unadulterated American ginseng harvested in Wisconsin, where soil and climate are ideal for ginseng cultivation. Wisconsin ginseng is world renowned for its purity and potency."

"Foreign ginseng is suspect with regard to its potency and possible contamination by chemicals and banned pesticides, as pointed out by U.S. Senator Russell Feingold," Corr continued. "To make matters worse, some manufacturers who list ginseng as an ingredient test zero for detectable ginsenosides, the unique active ingredient in ginseng. At RushNet, we are committed not only to offering consumers the best ginseng possible but also to exposing ginseng charlatans no matter how big they are."

RushNet Inc. is the licensed marketing agent for Rush Beverage Company products and brand owner of e-water(TM). www.enjoytherush.com

Disclaimer: The Company relies upon Safe Harbor Laws of 1933, 1934 and 1995 for all public news releases. Statements, which are not historical facts, are forward-looking statements. The company, through its management, makes forward-looking public statements concerning its expected future operations, performance and other developments. Such forward-looking statements are necessarily estimates reflecting the company's best judgment based upon current information and involve a number of risks and uncertainties, and there can be no assurance that other factors will not affect the accuracy of such forward-looking statements. It is impossible to identify all such factors. Factors which could cause actual results to differ materially from those estimated by the company include, but are not limited to, government regulation; managing and maintaining growth; the effect of adverse publicity; litigation; competition; and other factors which may be identified from time to time in the company's public announcements.
Contact:

RushNet, Inc.
Robert Corr, 708-389-6625


Source: RushNet, Inc.


http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/051026/265938.html?.v=1

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Mo Mo has started!!!!!!!! Hit bottom and now on an upward move! imho

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November been a good month for rshn in the past. imho
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Do your dd before buying any stock. My statements are only my opinions.

glta

Lets all make some money!!!!!!!!

Joe
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
Check out this bullish post from another board.

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To: ThinkingBig who wrote (550) 10/28/2005 10:46:14 PM
From: donpat of 559

Re --Ginseng Viral Care--

There was that CMAJ article on the double blind ginseng trials which proved its efficacy against the common cold and flu:
http://www.cmaj.ca/cgi/content/full/173/9/1043


CV Technologies was the company involved in the CMAJ article.

They have a product containing ginseng extract that is sold widely to ward off the common cold and flu. It is called COLD-fX. This is their web site:
http://www.cvtechnologies.com/default.aspx

This is the stock symbol - CVQ.V:
http://finance.yahoo.com/q/bc?s=CVQ.V&t=5y

Note the continual rise from Jan/03 at pennies to $4 today. Thanks to ginseng! I don't see why RSHN should do anything less!

This is the relevant US patent involved:
United States Patent 6,432,454
Shan , et al. August 13, 2002

Processes of making north american ginseng fractions, products containing them, and use as immunomodulators


Abstract
The invention is directed to chemical processes of preparing fractions from North American ginseng (Panax quinquefolium) and pharmaceutical compositions containing these fractions. The products of the present invention may be used to stimulate the production of cytokines and/or antibodies, or as therapeutics targeted at conditions characterized by low immunity, such as the common cold, influenza, chronic fatigue syndrome, AIDS and cancer.

Inventors: Shan; Jacqueline J. (Edmonton, CA); Pang; Peter K. T. (Edmonton, CA); Huang; Buhan (Edmonton, CA); Ling; Lei (Edmonton, CA)
Assignee: C. V. Technologies, Inc. (Edmonton, CA)
Appl. No.: 581161
Filed: July 27, 2000
PCT Filed: November 11, 1998
PCT NO: PCT/US90/25724

http://patft.uspto.gov/netacgi/nph-Parser?Sect1=PTO1&Sect2=HITOFF&d=PALL&p=1&u=/neta...

Bottom line?
RSHN will zing with ginseng!
Get ready to rumble.

http://www.siliconinvestor.com/readmsg.aspx?msgid=21836665
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
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Check the 10 days chart. You can see huge buying coming in. Volume first then price follows. imho

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glta

Do your dd before buying.

Ka-ching!!!!!

Joe
 
Posted by sal on :
 
looks interesting Joe,do you know bid/ask. Are you still in ILCO?
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
RSHN closing ask .0012 x bid .001

glta

Joe
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
RSHN should run this week and should continue into the new year. imho

glta

Joe
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20051031/hl_afp/healthfluapec_051031121218


Asia-Pacific bird flu experts study doomsday scenarios at Australia meeting

38 minutes ago

BRISBANE, Australia (AFP) - International health officials met to discuss the nightmare scenario of a bird flu pandemic threatening millions of lives in the Asia-Pacific region.
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Experts from the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (
APEC) forum, Pacific island nations and the World Health Organisation (WHO) discussed how governments could react if the virus mutates into a form that is easily transmissable between humans.

A senior Australian official at the conference, who declined to be named, said delegates discussed the possibility of countries sealing their borders as a way of preventing the spread of a pandemic.

He said the officials also looked at ways they could prevent international trade grinding to a halt.

"We're talking about how economies will deal with this issue, how they'll keep the water running, the sewerage working..." he told reporters on Monday.

"If it's a fully-blown pandemic then the results for the region, for the world, could be quite catastrophic as far as movement of people, movement of goods, the ongoing commerce and the ongoing operations of communities go."

The official said the experts were considering staging a mock outbreak of human-to-human bird flu to test the effectiveness of emergency planning.

"Not so much testing domestic plans but testing regional coordination, so if there is an outbreak here, how could the region respond?" he said.

Foreign Minister Alexander Downer said it was the first time disaster management experts from the 21 APEC economies had been able to meet and compare notes on managing bird flu.

"This is a very important meeting in terms of ensuring the APEC economies and some of our partners, like the Pacific island countries, have got good preparations in place and then we'll see how we can coordinate our efforts in the event of the worst happening," Downer told reporters.

The H5N1 strain of bird flu has killed more than 60 people in Southeast Asia since late 2003 and experts fear disaster could strike if it becomes readily contagious through human-to-human contact.

Downer said such a virus would have to be rapidly identified and contained.

"We're looking at how you would contain an area," he said. "Hopefully we're only talking about a suburb or a village, not a whole country, so in the event of there being a mutation, how quickly are you going to identify it? How effectively are you going to be able to isolate it? Those are key issues."

Australia has said it will consider preventing interstate travel, ordering border closures in parts of the country and cancelling large public gatherings if a pandemic should occur.

Downer said the country would consider closing its international borders in extreme circumstances.

"Of course if it became an epidemic, we would want to stop it becoming a pandemic, spreading across borders," he told commercial televisions.

"And so only in the most extreme circumstances, the most dire circumstances would we be reduced to closing our borders."

An Australian plan distributed at the conference said customs officials could check people with thermal scanning equipment if a pandemic broke out to detect passengers who had a fever.

The plan said large numbers of people arriving in Australia may need to be quarantined to prevent transmission of pandemic influenza.

It said schools could be closed and workers encouraged to operate from their homes to minimise contact between people.

However, the Australian Medical Association said the meeting should not overstate the danger.

"I hope they issue a 'don't panic' message because it's a message we have to have. We know at this time there is no pandemic influenza," said association president Mukesh Haikerwal.
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
RSHN Millionaire maker!!!!!!!!!! imho

glta

and do your dd before buying!!!

Joe

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http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20051030/ts_afp/healthflueconomybusiness_051030054656


Companies across Asia bracing for bird flu catastrophe

Sun Oct 30, 3:08 AM ET

SINGAPORE, (AFP) - Just two years after the
SARS outbreak sent Asian economies into intensive care, companies across the region are bracing themselves for the vastly more malignant threat of a bird flu pandemic.
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The Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) crisis of 2003 killed about 800 people out of 8,000 cases and cost regional economies an estimated 18 billion dollars, according to the Asian Development Bank (ADB).

The hardest hit were Singapore, Hong Kong, China, Thailand, Vietnam, Taiwan and Malaysia. Travel-related industries were the most severely affected by the disease, which was spread by air passengers from China and Hong Kong.

On the other hand, an avian flu pandemic has the potential to kill millions worldwide and affect all economic sectors.

The ADB says in the Asia-Pacific region alone, the economic cost of a bird flu pandemic could exceed 250 billion dollars.

At the moment, the
World Health Organization (WHO) says the bird flu threat is still in the third of six phases, with over 60 deaths recorded in Asia since 2003 and rare instances of suspected human-to-human infection.

Phase 6 is the doomsday scenario -- the full pandemic phase with sustained human-to-human infection in the general population.

"Phase 3, where we are now, is kind of the warning phase. It's out there, we know it's out there, we really have to pay attention. We have to plan," said Dr. Jeffrey Staples, senior medical advisor to emergency services firm International SOS.

"My guess is that at Phase 5, governments will probably impose international travel restrictions," he told AFP in an interview.

"So what this gives us is a window of opportunity whereby we can consider moving people around in Phase 4," he said, referring to the possibility of relocating expatriate corporate staff out of affected countries.

"Phase 3 is probably too early to move people, but it's not too early to think and to start planning in a holistic way."

With the virus now confirmed to have spread into Europe, companies across Asia are preparing emergency plans for a pandemic which it is widely assumed will hit in only a matter of time.

Contingency measures ranging from free Vitamin C pills for workers and taking poultry off the canteen menu to costly evacuation plans for expatriate staff and their families are being drafted by companies.

Nestle Malaysia said it was in the process of drafting a bird flu contingency plan, with guidance from local authorities and its headquarters in Switzerland.

Shell Malaysia said the group's "contingency planning, initially in some 50 countries, is well advanced".

In China, Charles Zhang, public relations manager of Procter and Gamble in the southern province of Guangzhou, told AFP all staff had been urged to "pay attention to their personal health and bird flu prevention measures".

Procter and Gamble, which has 5,000 employees in China, one percent of them expatriates, is not stockpiling masks or shoe gloves and so far has no alternate plans for transport in case supply chains become bottled up.

There are no evacuation plans at the moment. Neither does the group have any stocks of anti-viral drug Tamiflu because in China, people needed to go to hospitals and get prescriptions from doctors, Zhang said.

Tian Geng, spokesman for Kodak China in southeastern city of Xiamen, said the company has a special department "which has done a lot of work during SARS and has special medical knowledge".

In Indonesia, about 4,500 workers at PT Sierad Produce, an integrated poultry company, are given Vitamin C tablets with their daily meals, said the company's president director, Eko Putra Sanjoyo.

"Since the outbreak of avian influenza in Indonesia, we have been improving biosecurity aspects in our farms as well as for our workers," Sanjoyo said.

Sierad operates its own feedmills, breeding farms and fast-food restaurants. It also produces chicken nuggets and supplies around 70,000-100,000 slaughtered chickens daily to chains like Wendy's, McDonald's and Kentucky Fried Chicken.

Sanjoyo said he spends around two billion rupiah (198,000 dollars) annually on flu shots for his workers and has installed "backup" teams to replace key corporate officers and farm workers should they be infected with bird flu.

In Vietnam, where most of the bird flu deaths have been reported, a human resources official of Toyota, which employs 800 people in Vinh Phuc province, said that in 2003 "we published a prevention manual that was used during the SARS epidemic, and it is still effective now".

"We provided workers with masks, antiseptic mouthwash, nose drops and ordinary flu tablets. We sterilised our plant regularly. During the epidemic, workers entering the workplace must pass a sterilised carpet at the entrance.

"At present, we have excluded poultry and poultry products from our menu."

Medical advisor Staples of International SOS said that "multinational corporations are still struggling to understand the full scope of a pandemic and the full threat to business continuity".

"Think of it just as a matter of scale. SARS killed about 800 people and the numbers the WHO is throwing out (for bird flu) are in the millions, possibly more. Just on that level, it's several orders of magnitude greater.'

"It's a fundamentally different virus with a different epidemiological pattern so if it goes pandemic, it will probably spread more quickly and kill more people, and it's just going to be on a completely different scale than SARS was," Staples said.
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
Nice premarket buys

9:08 .0012 25,000
9:08 .0012 25,000

glta

Joe
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
Nice steady buying....

glta

Joe
 
Posted by PhoenixStockMaster on :
 
Does anyone have a target on this stock?
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
PhoenixStockMaster,

There is no target, You sell and buy accorrding to you own trading rules.

I would love a high target though. [Smile]

glta

Joe
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
PhoenixStockMaster,

Looking at the trades so far. It seems someone is slowly buying the float. Do they know something we don't know? imho

glta

Joe
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
Ask uptick .0013

The next 3 - 6 months should be fun for rshn holders. imho

Bird flu!!!

Joe
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
HEALTH
Thailand has 20th bird flu victim

Monday, October 31, 2005; Posted: 9:22 a.m. EST (14:22 GMT)


BANGKOK, Thailand (AP) -- A woman in a northern suburb of the Thai capital of Bangkok has been diagnosed with bird flu, Deputy Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul said Monday.

The 50-year-old woman, who is recovering in Bangkok's Siriraj Hospital, is the country's 20th human victim of the disease since 2003, and the third this year. Thirteen of those infected by the virus died.

http://www.cnn.com/2005/HEALTH/conditions/10/31/thailand.victim.ap/index.html?section=cnn_latest
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
rshn cute as a button. lol

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Posted by Louie on :
 
Press Release Source: RushNet, Inc.


RushNet, Inc. Secures Additional Bottler for e-water(TM)
Monday October 31, 11:39 am ET


BLUE ISLAND, Ill.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct. 31, 2005--RushNet, Inc. (Pink Sheets:RSHN.PK - News) is pleased to announce the company has negotiated with a major water bottling firm and secured additional production of e-water(TM), a wholly owned RushNet product. Currently, e-water(TM) is bottled by a state-of the-art firm in Corona, California and capably serves the West and Southwest regions. The new bottler, with plants in Illinois and Florida, will more efficiently serve the Eastern seaboard, Midwest and Southeast, thereby reducing freight costs to those markets substantially. Furthermore, plans are afoot to oxygenate e-water(TM). The new version, called "e-water O2," will complement existing e-water(TM) and is slated for production in early 2006.
Robert Corr, president of RushNet, Inc, stated, "With the help of our new bottler, e-water(TM) is now strategically placed to penetrate all important markets throughout the U.S.A. And the overall savings in freight costs will add nicely to our profitability."

Corr added, "We are getting excited praise from retailers about our e-water(TM). They are quite enthusiastic about its prospects. Our new bottler has the capability of oxygenating water under high pressure. If e-water(TM) is a monster, as we expect, then 'e-water O2' could be a Godzilla."

The company also reported it has received the first purchase order from its Canadian master distributor. The order covers Ginseng Rush(TM), Ginseng Rush XXX(TM) and Rush Cola(TM).

RushNet Inc. is the licensed marketing agent for Rush Beverage Company products and brand owner of e-water(TM). www.enjoytherush.com

Disclaimer: The Company relies upon Safe Harbor Laws of 1933, 1934 and 1995 for all public news releases. Statements, which are not historical facts, are forward-looking statements. The company, through its management, makes forward-looking public statements concerning its expected future operations, performance and other developments. Such forward-looking statements are necessarily estimates reflecting the company's best judgment based upon current information and involve a number of risks and uncertainties, and there can be no assurance that other factors will not affect the accuracy of such forward-looking statements. It is impossible to identify all such factors. Factors which could cause actual results to differ materially from those estimated by the company include, but are not limited to, government regulation; managing and maintaining growth; the effect of adverse publicity; litigation; competition; and other factors which may be identified from time to time in the company's public announcements.


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Contact:
RushNet, Inc.
Robert Corr, 708-389-6625


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Source: RushNet, Inc.
 
Posted by futurama08 on :
 
in 600k*.0013
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
WOW!!!!!!!!!! RSHN making money on all fronts!!!!!! Load up them shares!!!!!!!

glta

Joe
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
Welcome aboard rshn train.

Buys hitting the ask!


Chart not looking back! Full steam ahead!

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Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
Buy on dips is the way to go! November is the month for rshn! imho

Ginseng Viral Care coming out early next year accorrding to news!


glta

Joe
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
MM not getting my shares. Last shake before the november - winter run up. imho

glta

Joe
 
Posted by will on :
 
xxx
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
Looking for end of day run-up....

glta

Joe
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
Looks like rshn got new support at .001. I know lots of people wanting to get into rshn below .001 .

The longer we hold the greater the reward. glta

Joe


quote:
Originally posted by JoeMillion:
Welcome aboard rshn train.

Buys hitting the ask!


Chart not looking back! Full steam ahead!

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Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
With so many things are coming out in the early part 2006 for rshn accorrding to news release, Just sit back and relax.

I am most excited about the Ginseng Viral Care. It could be the answer to the bird flu problem. imho

glta

I am holding long and strong,

Joe
 
Posted by kptmoe on :
 
alright joe thats enough pump==we get the point
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
No pump. Just voicing my opinions. No one is forcing anyone to buy or sell.

I am buying all I can. This time next month rshn should be trading at higher prices. imho

Do your dd before buying this sleeping monster.

glta

Joe
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
Its good that the weaks are selling because it makes rshn a stronger stock. I have see this so many times before, after the weaks sell then the run-up occurs. You watch this stock the next couple of weeks. imho

glta and do your dd.

Joe
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
ask uptick .0011

Joe
 
Posted by futurama08 on :
 
joe seriously...find a new hobby.
we dont need posts every 10 minutes circa ILCO style.
just let the stock do its thing.
 
Posted by Persia on :
 
Do as you wish Joe!
Don't listen to these guys.
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
Thanks Persia, sorry futurama08,


I will reduce my post. I really like Ginseng Viral Care. I am so bullish about stock I want to tell everyone about.

glta

Joe
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
rshn Possible mirror image chart forming.

http://stockcharts.com/def/servlet/SC.web?c=rshn,uu[w,a]daclyyay[de][pb50!b200!f][vc60][iut!Uf!La12,26,9]&pref=G


glta


JOe
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
GLTA

I will not be posting anymore. I agree I sound like I was pumping.

Go rshn!!!!!!!!!!

bye

Joe
 
Posted by sal on :
 
Right on furturama08. Out of over 480 posts for ILCO Joe had over 270. A lot of the same talk that you see here.
 
Posted by bmarley5780 on :
 
WASHINGTON - The Bush administration, battered by criticism over its hurricane response, is getting the nation prepared for a possible travel ban and other restrictions in the event of a worldwide flu outbreak.

Improving vaccines is expected to take center stage as President Bush announces his strategy Tuesday to battle the next flu pandemic, whether it is caused by the worrisome Asian bird flu or some other super-strain of influenza. Preparations are expected to cost at least $6.5 billion.

States and cities are awaiting their first specific instructions on such things as who should get limited doses of vaccines and the antiviral medications Tamiflu or Relenza.

Topping that list are workers involved in manufacturing flu vaccine, health workers caring for the ill, and other first responders such as police and ambulance drivers, said a public health specialist shown a recent version of the plan.

The principal goal of Bush's plan, Health and Human Services Secretary Michael Leavitt said Tuesday, "is the capacity for every American to have a vaccine in the case of a pandemic, no matter what the virus is."

"There is no reason to believe that in the next day or two or week or month that that's going to occur," Leavitt said on CBS's "The Early Show." But he added that "we do need to be ready in case it begins to mutate into a human transmissable disease."

In his speech Tuesday at the National Institutes of Health, Bush will first note that it will take more than the federal government to battle a super-flu, said White House spokesman Trent Duffy.

"America has this tough-it-out strategy when you get sick," Duffy said. "You aren't helping yourself or the country going to work when you get ill. You are potentially threatening a greater health issue if you send children to school when they are sick."

Pandemics strike when the easy-to-mutate influenza virus shifts to a strain that people have never experienced before, something that has happened three times in the last century. While it is impossible to say when the next super-flu will strike, concern is growing that the bird flu strain known as H5N1 could trigger one if it mutates to start spreading easily among people. Since 2003, at least 62 people in Southeast Asia have died from H5N1; most regularly handled poultry.

The nation's strategy starts with attempting to spot an outbreak abroad early and working to contain it before it reaches the United States.

International cooperation "represents a best hope of stopping the lightning spread of a pandemic," Duffy said.

There is a possibility that a pandemic would force restrictions of international travel and commerce, he said — one reason the plan will stress improved vaccine manufacturing here.

Today, most of the world's vaccine against regular winter flu, including much of that used by Americans each flu season, is manufactured in factories in Britain and Europe.

The government already has ordered $162.5 million worth of vaccine to be made and stockpiled against the Asian bird flu, more than half to be made in a U.S. factory.

But the administration plan, to be released in more detail on Wednesday, calls for more than stockpiling shots. It will stress a new method of manufacturing flu vaccines — growing the virus to make them in easy-to-handle cell cultures instead of today's cumbersome process that uses millions of chicken eggs — as well as incentives for new U.S.-based vaccine factories to open.

Such steps will take several years to implement, but the hope is that eventually they could allow production of enough vaccine to go around within six months of a pandemic's start.

"The notion is that prevention beats therapy," said Dr. William Schaffner of Vanderbilt University, an influenza specialist who advises the government on vaccination and has received some information about the plan.

Hoping to spur the long-awaited pandemic plan, the Senate last week passed $8 billion in emergency funding for Bush to spend on the preparations.

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Posted by futurama08 on :
 
so this thing's dead?
 
Posted by wantmoneyabc on :
 
Beware of penny stocks that from oil to hurricane relief to what ever is hot, shift. If you get in early enough you can make money.

If you did hear the $7.1 billion dollar outlined to fight Avian Flu check out real companies that fight the Avian, those companies will sky rocket in the near future and today
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
wantmoneyabc,

Rshn has been selling Ginseng products for some time now. Check their Online store: http://www.enjoytherush.com/

Now they plan to add Ginseng Viral Care to their product line in early 2006 accorrding to press release. They probably planned this a long time ago before the bird flu scare. imho

http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/051026/265938.html?.v=1

This is pure genius on the part of RSHN CEO. He sees a demand and provides the product. That's how successful business should operate.

glta


Do your dd on this stock before buying. No price targets and only you sell or buy accorrding to your trading rules.


PS. I plan to post here since no one else does.

$$$$$$$$$$


Joe
 
Posted by Louie on :
 
I agree, Joe - RUSH is going to be Huge, but I don't believe daytraders see a lot of potential in RSHN - they want a quick pop-up b4 the DUMP - Long-term investors want a slow and steady rise.

I have a few million of rshn and, unless if flies very fast UP (which I will take profits and wait for retracement) I am Holding [Smile]

gltya

Louie
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
Louie,

Only a matter of time the street will find rshn. We will wait.

Sweet Dream about $$$$$$$$$$.

Joe
 
Posted by jacotrader on :
 
Hey Joe,
Some of these folks can't wait, they wanna make money overnight. I have been waiting a while for the big bang on this puppy and I think it's coming near soon. Next year will be our year.
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
Yep Yep!!!!!!!!!!! REAL SOON!!!!!!!!!!!!


Scientists explain why viruses thrive during winter
Thu Nov 3, 2005 12:22 AM ET165

By Tan Ee Lyn

HONG KONG (Reuters) - The deadly H5N1 bird flu virus thrives in the cooler months between October and March, matching the seasonal peak for common human influenza viruses.

This fact is not lost on health experts, who fear the two will marry in a "mixing host", such as a human or a pig, resulting in a lethal hybrid that not only spreads easily between humans, but is packed with the power to kill millions of people.

One question is why influenza peaks at this time each year. Scientists suggest a plethora of likely explanations, from viruses surviving better in cooler and wetter environments to people crowding together in the festive season, creating the perfect setting for viruses to proliferate.

"The survival of the virus in the environment is partly involved, and the stress (occuring in both humans and animals) in these temperatures," said Alan Hampson, an influenza expert and former deputy director of the WHO's Collaborating Center for Reference and Research on Influenza in Melbourne.

A team of scientists in Asia published a paper in Nature magazine last year saying that H5N1 viruses have been circulating in China since 2001 with a seasonal pattern, peaking from October to March when the average temperature is below 20 degrees Celsius (68 degrees Fahrenheit).

And the lower the temperature, the better it can survive.

http://today.reuters.com/news/newsarticle.aspx?type=healthNews&storyid=2005-11-03T052154Z_01_KNE318859_RTRUKOC_0_US-BIRDFLU-HONGKONG-WINTER.xml
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
Rshn baby! Make us rich!!!


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WORLD BUSINESS
Bird flu 'could cost Asia $283bn'

Thursday, November 3, 2005; Posted: 5:19 a.m. EST (10:19 GMT)

INGAPORE (Reuters) -- The World Bank highlighted the potentially huge human and economic costs from any bird flu pandemic, while the Asian Development Bank (ADB) said such an outbreak could push the world economy into recession.

The ADB said a year-long shock from bird flu in humans would cost Asian economies as much as $283 billion and would reduce the region's gross domestic product by 6.5 percentage points, hitting Hong Kong and Singapore the most.

http://www.cnn.com/2005/BUSINESS/11/03/asia.birdflu.reut/index.html?section=cnn_latest
 
Posted by jacotrader on :
 
it's time for Mr. Corr to buy a plane ticket to Asia...
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
It feels great to be at the bottom. [Smile]  -

glta

Joe
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
When Ginseng Viral Care comes out early 2006, You guys owe me a steak dinner. lol. jk

Joe


http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/051026/265938.html?.v=1


Robert Corr, president of RushNet, Inc., said, "The scientific confirmation of ginseng's powerful anti-viral properties will support our launch, in early 2006, of a highly profitable line of all-natural Ginseng Viral Care(TM) products. We have combined pure Wisconsin-grown American ginseng (Panax quinquefolius) with other quality ingredients known to enhance immune function and overall health. The result is a product which is very timely given the likelihood of raging influenza epidemics going forward."
 
Posted by 4Art on :
 
Experts dismiss scare over bird flu

At a time when headlines trumpet the potential dangers of "bird flu," Gary Butcher is the man of the hour.

Butcher has been an extension veterinarian at the University of Florida's College of Veterinary Medicine since 1988. He was trained as a veterinarian specializing in avian diseases, and has a Ph.D. in poultry virology.

As the only poultry veterinarian in the state, Butcher fields phone calls and e-mails about avian flu every day.

Lately, he's been traveling the world, speaking to alarmed government officials and industry groups dispelling the myths and reinforcing the realities of avian influenza or so-called "bird flu."

Gary Butcher begins his presentation with a slide that shows a "news flash" from the British press agency Reuters reporting that avian flu "poses the single biggest threat to the world right now."

The H5N1 avian flu virus has led to the death of 150 million birds, either through infection or culling to prevent the virus from spreading. So far, however, the number of people who have become infected remains small, with 121 confirmed illnesses and 62 reported fatalities as of Monday. No one has yet been proven to have given avian influenza to someone else.

The World Health Organization continues to warn that a human pandemic may occur and has advised national governments to make contingency plans. President Bush is expected to announce today the White House strategy for handling a potential pandemic during a visit to the National Institutes of Health.

"The emphasis of all my work has changed to dealing with this madness," Butcher said Friday, while briefly back at his office on the UF campus in Gainesville. "Realistically, avian influenza is not a threat to people, but everywhere you go, it has turned into a circus."

He's been to Indonesia and Thailand, Hong Kong and Mexico, and a few days from now, he will be in Russia.

The poultry industries in those countries have been greatly disrupted because of the public's flu fear. In countries where poultry consumption has dropped by 75 percent, it's a real crisis, Butcher said. So from an economic perspective, bird flu is a big issue.

Millions of chickens and waterfowl have been slaughtered in Asia in an attempt to halt the spread of the bird virus known as H5N1, but Butcher said that of the billions of people who have probably been exposed, only about 120 have been reported to have fallen ill with avian flu. They were people who worked closely with chickens and came into contact with the birds' blood and feces.

Butcher also said that there has yet to be a proven case in which one person is known to have passed the illness on to another.

Bird flu viruses have been around throughout history, he said. What is unique about the H5N1 strain is that, on rare occasions, it has shown the ability to infect humans.

"It is very inefficient, but it does manage," Butcher said.

That same inefficiency makes it much more likely that the virus can't replicate itself rapidly enough to spread from that first infected human to another, he said. Could happen, but not likely. That's his view.

But the virus can go from poultry to the wild bird population, which will carry it to other locales along their migration routes.

If and when it comes to this part of the world, Butcher predicts, it will get here via migratory shorebirds or waterfowl coming from Russia, through Siberia, across the Bering Strait, down through Alaska and Canada.

"That's how it is probably going to come in, and it is of very little relevance," he said, because the poultry industry in this part of the world is so different than in the parts of the world that have been affected so far.

Not all health officials are sounding a warning about avian influenza, either.

Dr. Marc Siegel, a practicing internist and associate professor of medicine at the New York University School of Medicine, is one physician who isn't buying into the scare scenario.

"If anything is contagious right now, it's judgment clouded by fear," Siegel said.

And if Americans are scared of avian flu now, Siegel continues, "imagine what will happen if a single scrawny, flu-ridden migratory bird somehow manages to reach our shores."

That, he maintains, is how the fear epidemic - as opposed to a flu pandemic - spreads.

Back to the unlikely scenario of those migratory birds carrying avian flu to a poultry house somewhere in Kansas.

"Only once in every blue moon do you get infection in a poultry house, and the government has a system of monitoring and eradication that means it is quickly wiped out," Butcher said. "So it can happen, but it is rare and it is not allowed to spread."

Because the United States exports about one-third of the 9 billion poultry produced, if potentially dangerous disease turns up, there is a policy of zero tolerance.

"Other countries would not accept poultry from anywhere in the United States if there was any question of infection," Butcher said.

He said that although there is a potential that the virus could mutate, as it exists, it could not become an important disease in humans.

"For it to become dangerous to humans, it has to go through a pretty significant genetic change. If you put this in perspective, it's not going to happen. For a person to be infected now, it appears that the exposure level has to be astronomical," Butcher said.

"While we are putting all our attention on this avian influenza, another virus is going to come up and bite us in the bottom," he said.


SOURCE
 
Posted by imakmony2005 on :
 
HCCF SAME SAME
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
Welcome bashers,

A good sign indeed. [Smile]

How can you down play the bird flu? Lots of people died already.

Hold them shares we are headed uptown! imho

glta

Joe
 
Posted by Louie on :
 
Joe, what many people do not understand is that the death tallies given for large areas in China and Asia are most probably a lot higher than on paper; there are so many small provinces and rural areas that IMO these countries and continents have swept their true mortality stats under a rug.

Another point to be made is the very distinct possibility that the "bird flu" will mutate and that humans will be able to pass it on to other humans - MAN will be the next 'Patient Zero'.

Once it mutates, then we will have a pandemic virus on our hands - that is a scenario reminiscent of Stephen Kings' "Captain Trips" from his novel "The Stand". Of course, that Flu Virus was man-made in a government Lab and was entirely "fictional".

In these times of human history, when antibiotics are no longer as effective as they once were (and we have only been using antibiotics for less than 90 years and already statistics are showing many viruses and infections are no longer treatable with these antibiotics), I believe once the Avian Bird Flu jumps to humans in a more metropolitan area that we may see an ugly reminder of how just fragile we all are.

We don't control nature and only the strong survive; the same will be true if this virus becomes mutatable.

Louie


quote:
Originally posted by JoeMillion:
Welcome bashers,

A good sign indeed. [Smile]

How can you down play the bird flu? Lots of people died already.

Hold them shares we are headed uptown! imho

glta

Joe


 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
Louie

I strongly agree with you.

I'll be the first online to buy when Ginseng Viral Care comes out early 2006. I will be ordering in the cases to give to friends and family.

glta

Joe
 
Posted by ACKCANE on :
 
If you are so afraid of the bird flu, why would you wait until 2006 when there are so many other products out there?

A pandemic isn't going to happen with the bird flu . . . now if it ever crosses over to swine, then we are in trouble.
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
Level 2 showing no selling. Looks like people are holding with a higher base .0009. Smart investors we have here. imho

glta


Joe
 
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By: sirtemp0
03 Nov 2005, 02:53 PM EST
Msg. 10611 of 10612
(This msg. is a reply to 10608 by cordog13560.)
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Received an interesting package, that is all in which Rushnet is selling, cola's, water, and a great cap. I really like the taste of RushGensing, haven't tried RushXXX because I want to wait until the weekend. Having raced bicycles, and sometimes used a few uppers, [Mai Hung], I know how these can keep you awake so I want to be sure. Never know, I might be up for days... . But no doubt, great stuff. I tried the e-water, fantastic!

Anyone that's tried Dasani, eat your heart out, this one is a million times better in both taste and smell. The e-water outside all the purities one would expect including electrolites, has a very soothing taste [much like evian] jmo, and a wonderful smell.

If Bob can get this product out, unlike Coke who own most of the market in soft drinks, this product will truly sell itself. If I saw e-water in a quick stop such as Seven-Eleven, I'd try it if the price was competitive. I wrote Bob in hopes I'll find out what a bottle might cost if someone saw it in a quick stop.

I think all is well... I too asked about any reverse anytime soon and hope to have more later.

20,455,000 shareholder Temp'


http://ragingbull.lycos.com/mboard/boards.cgi?board=RSHN&read=10612
 
Posted by Louie on :
 
I have Multiple Sclerosis and my immune system is already shot.

I did get a flu shot this year; I also have Tamiflu which I purchased 3 months ago just in case - one of my online businesses is a pharmacy - I set my own prices, so right b4 I ordered the tamiflu I lowered the price to a penny above the 'base price'. I also gave myself free shipping. I also had family & friends who lived in other states order from my site so that they could get it cheap (and for their friends as well) - I didn't make a dime. After everyone ordered I set the prices back to where they were but kept the free shipping - especially for a medication like that

Never hurts to think ahead.

Last year (I live in Florida) 3 hurricanes did damage in my area. No power, nada, zip.

Luckily (well, luck had nothing to do with it really) I have a 7500 kw diesel generator with a manual transfer switch already installed. All I had to do was shut everything off at the breaker box, then flip the manual transfer switch to "ON' and then go back and turn the breaker back on. I also have a 200 gallon tank with diesel fuel already hooked up with proper assemblage,; I had oil for the generator itself.

I was the only house with power for 5 days - I let my neighbors store their food in my spare fridge/freezer - we had cookouts - they had showers and iced tea and cold beer, they did their laundry, and they came in to watch TV and sit in air conditioning.

Now, whenever any of my neighbors think I need something - they just do it and I thank them. They know I will be ready again - and not just for me. One of my neighbors just completely reshingled my roof for free - that includes parts and labor. My roof looks fantastic...

Louie

quote:
Originally posted by ACKCANE:
If you are so afraid of the bird flu, why would you wait until 2006 when there are so many other products out there?

A pandemic isn't going to happen with the bird flu . . . now if it ever crosses over to swine, then we are in trouble.


 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
Louie,

You da man!!!

You will be well rewarded for your acts of kindness.

I am so glad you are in this stock. Now we rock!!!!!!

Chart acting very bullish.

http://stockcharts.com/def/servlet/SC.web?c=rshn,uu[m,a]daclyyay[db][pb50!b200!f][vc60][iut!Ub14!La12,26,9]&pref=G


glta

Joe
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
oh my!!!!!!!!

China Reports Fourth Bird Flu Outbreak
JOE McDONALD : Associated Press Writer
Nov 3, 2005 : 8:14 pm ET

BEIJING -- China reported its fourth bird flu outbreak in three weeks Thursday, saying the virus killed nearly 9,000 chickens in a northeastern village, prompting authorities to destroy 369,900 other birds.

The outbreak occurred Oct. 26 in Badaohao, a village in Liaoning province, east of Beijing, the Agriculture Ministry said in a report posted late Thursday on the Web site of the Paris-based World Organization for Animal Health.

The report came despite Chinese government efforts to tighten controls on the country's vast poultry flocks and vaccinate millions of birds.

Authorities also found 20 dead magpies and other wild birds, said the report by the ministry's Veterinary Bureau.

http://www.heraldsun.com/nationworld/international/25-664204.html
 
Posted by jacotrader on :
 
Hey Joe BOOOYAAAA!! RUSH is coming to ya!!
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
jacotrader Booyaaaaaaa!!!

Jim Cramer is da man!!!!!!!!!

Joe
 
Posted by jacotrader on :
 
A big boo-boo-boooyaaa!! to you too Joe!!

Hopefully, RUSHNET will come out with a good PR tomorrow. Tick type looks up tomorrow. I shoulda bought some more today.
 
Posted by GVMOORE on :
 
DA MAN needs to add RSHN to his charitable trust. BOOOYAAAAAA.
 
Posted by jacotrader on :
 
IMO, Corr might be looking at buybacks..it would be a BIG BOOOOYAAAA!!!!
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
BOOOOOOYAAAAAAAAAAA jacotrader!!!!!!!!!!

Bird Flu spreads to Japan!!!!!!!!

Go rshn!!!!!!!!

___________________________________________________

China, Vietnam, Japan Report Flu Outbreaks
Posted: Friday, Nov 04, 2005 - 05:51:28 am PST
By JOE McDONALD

BEIJING, China - China and Vietnam on Friday each confirmed new bird flu outbreaks, while Japanese authorities said 180,000 chickens would be killed after signs of the virus were found at a farm.

Adding to global jitters about bird flu, the Asian Development Bank warned in a report that a flu pandemic could kill up to 3 million people in Asia, cost the region billions and plunge the world into recession.

http://www.columbiabasinherald.com/articles/2005/11/03/ap/headlines/d8dlltdgb.txt
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
RSHN a real company!!!!!!!! BOOOYAAAAAAAAAAA!

 -
 
Posted by ACKCANE on :
 
When one sees pumping like this it really gives one pause. Makes me wonder if I should get out now.
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
Welcome Mr basher ACKCANE,

When one sees bashing like this it really gives one pause. Makes me wonder if I should get in now.

No one is forcing anyone to buy or sell. Just voicing my opinions on this stock.

glta

do your dd before buying any stock.

Joe
 
Posted by ACKCANE on :
 
I'm sorry that you take offense, but to post ad nauseum without any relevant news is pumping to me. To try and equate or relate news about a possible bird flu and a product from RSHN is laughable. BUT!!! If you want to go down that road and you are so sure about this bird flu, then I would suggest to all people who read this that if you want to save yourself from the bird flu, I wouldn't wait until 2006 for RSHN's product, because it might be too late for you . . . I would go to any number of websites, say this one, Herbalremedies.com . They have about what appears to be dozens, maybe hundreds of Ginseng products. Save yourself now.

If you wish to discuss financials and contracts then you might be on the right track as I think this stock is. But if I were a casual observer and came across this thread and saw the ramblings going on here, I would avoid the stock at all costs because there is very little basis in facts.
BOOOYYYYYAAAA
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
Looks to me ACKCANE wants in bad and posting here with a purpose. He wants your shares cheap,. He knows rshn will fly due to the bird flu scare. imho

You must have no life bashing a .0009 subpenny stock.

ACKCANE, you may get some weaks to sell, but you will never get my shares. Good Luck.

BOOO YAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!

Joe
 
Posted by ACKCANE on :
 
No, listen to me . . . People holding, don't sell your shares because of what I say. I think this is a viable company. With that said, people looking to invest, please don't because what this JoeBlow says . . . If you have an ounce of intelligence do your own DD and ignore this guy. Bird Flu MOMO, give it a rest.
 
Posted by Murnak on :
 
I'm in big and adding.....
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
ACKCANE, your so funny.

ACKCANE = wolf in sheep clothing. Trying to save us from this stock that is trading .0008 - .0009. lol He wants you to sell so he can buy buy buy. Why isn't he bashing other penny stocks? hmmmmmmmmmm.

We all know the risk in investing in penny stocks. I see risk vs reward ratio is so positive with rshn. imho

My statements are only my opinions. buy or sell is up to you.

glta

Joe
 
Posted by ACKCANE on :
 
I'M NOT BASHING THE STOCK!!!! I LIKE THE STOCK!!!! I HAVE ALL I NEED OR WANT!!!!! I'M BASHING YOU!!!! I THINK YOU MIGHT BE PREVENTING PEOPLE FROM TAKING THIS STOCK SERIOUSLY WITH YOUR CHILDISH POSTS AND OPINIONS!!!! YOU ARE DOING MORE HARM THAN GOOD, IMO!!! WHEN I SEE ONE GUY POSTING THE SAME NOSENSICAL JARGON OVER AND OVER ON A THREAD I THINK PUMP PUMP PUMP -
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
ACKCANE (Mr. Basher) no need to yell. Poor baby.

I have never pumped, I only stated my opinions. This is a free country you know.

No one should buy a stock based on someone elses opinions. If u do your playing with fire. I have always posted do your dd before buying a stock.

I wish you good luck getting cheap shares. I want you to continue to bash so I can get more cheap shares too. Can you do that for me. Thank you buddy.

Do your dd before buying rshn.

Joe
 
Posted by Superbee383 on :
 
Joe, I've been reading all your posts, in all the allstock threads. I've never seen ACKCANE's name before, but from what I'm reading, he's not bashing. He says he OWNS it already. He's NOT trying to get more shares. He THINKS the company is going to do well. What I THINK he's saying is.. from all your posts, it DOES look like you're pumping this stock. And do NOT start on me, because I do own it too!!
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
ok I will stop posting.

I only stated my opinions.

glta fellow rshn shareholders.

bye

Joe
 
Posted by Superbee383 on :
 
Ohhh.. stop with the hissy fit! If there's news, post it! But seriously, if you saw someone posting every 2 minutes, what would you think?
 
Posted by sal on :
 
Joe... What are you getting for all your hard work a couple of cases of Ginseng Rush? You must have received some cable for all your hard work with ILCO. I must have read you will stop posting about 10 times now, but you are like a bad rash you keep coming back. Like others have said "if there is news post it".
 
Posted by Louie on :
 
Joe - don't stop posting - you "invigorate this stock topic" - keep it coming IMO

quote:
Originally posted by JoeMillion:
ok I will stop posting.

I only stated my opinions.

glta fellow rshn shareholders.

bye

Joe


 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
News

http://www.nbc4.tv/health/5254308/detail.html?rss=la&psp=news

Bird Flu Could Kill 180,000 Californians

POSTED: 3:24 pm PST November 4, 2005
UPDATED: 3:32 pm PST November 4, 2005

WESTWOOD, Calif. -- As many as 180,000 Californians could die -- and millions more hospitalized -- if bird flu becomes contagious among humans and reaches California, health officials warned Friday.

"There's no reason to believe it's not going to reach North America," said Dr. Scott Layne during a hearing on California's preparations for a possible pandemic.

Assemblyman Hector De La Torre, D-South Gate, hosted Friday's hearing at UCLA. State and local health officials, university professors and health advocates outlined the state's level of preparedness in the event of an Avian Influenza outbreak.

De La Torre said he convened the hearing after working on bio-terrorism preparedness this summer.

"I became convinced these issues aren't that different," he said. "We need to be prepared."

Alaska will likely be the first place in North America hit by bird flu, and if that happens, it will be only a matter of weeks before the disease spreads to California, officials said.

Avian flu will most likely be brought to Alaska by migrating birds, Layne said.

"Pandemic flu is coming our way," Layne said. "It's going to, I think with very high probability, get into the animals in the state of California."
 
Posted by jacotrader on :
 
Hey Joe! BOOOYAAA!!! what trouble have you got in to now? don't worry about it! they just can't BOOOOOO YAAAAAA !!!
 
Posted by so uh wheres ma money on :
 
RushNet Updates e-water(TM) Action Plan
Business Wire - November 08, 2005 09:45

BLUE ISLAND, Ill., Nov 08, 2005 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- The Board of Directors of RushNet, Inc. (Pink Sheets: RSHN.PK) is pleased to announce that, due to the tremendous enthusiasm greeting e-water(TM), it has approved the opportunity of offering exclusive royalty-based licensing of its e-water(TM) brand to a select group of major bottlers. With such licensing agreements in place, the e-water(TM) brand would be stocked wherever beverages are sold, thereby vastly expanding e-water(TM) marketing opportunities.

Robert Corr, president of RushNet, Inc., stated, "We aim to take wholly owned e-water(TM) to a maximum market and use minimum capital to do it. The licensing-royalty model relieves RushNet of substantial financial burdens associated with producing e-water(TM) for international and national markets. By franchising the brand, RushNet can begin to reap sizable profits very quickly from its e-water(TM), which has attracted enormous interest from distributors and merchants."

"Consider Coca-Cola(TM) as a model," Corr said. "Coca-Cola(TM) sells its syrup, but its licensees do the full assembly of final product--bottling, labeling, packaging, distribution and invoicing. So too with RushNet. Under a franchise agreement, RushNet would sell e-water(TM) concentrate and e-water Sport(TM) concentrate to select licensees. Our licensees would have a strong profit incentive to maximize sales of e-water(TM) brands in their respective territories. RushNet would receive a very nice per-case royalty in return. Meanwhile, RushNet would maintain full control over art, advertising, promotion and formulation of the product line. It's a fabulous win-win for all parties joining our 'e-water' revolution."

RushNet Inc. is the licensed marketing agent for Rush Beverage Company products and brand owner of e-water(TM). www.enjoytherush.com

Disclaimer: The Company relies upon Safe Harbor Laws of 1933, 1934 and 1995 for all public news releases. Statements, which are not historical facts, are forward-looking statements. The company, through its management, makes forward-looking public statements concerning its expected future operations, performance and other developments. Such forward-looking statements are necessarily estimates reflecting the company's best judgment based upon current information and involve a number of risks and uncertainties, and there can be no assurance that other factors will not affect the accuracy of such forward-looking statements. It is impossible to identify all such factors. Factors which could cause actual results to differ materially from those estimated by the company include, but are not limited to, government regulation; managing and maintaining growth; the effect of adverse publicity; litigation; competition; and other factors which may be identified from time to time in the company's public announcements.

SOURCE: RushNet, Inc.

RushNet, Inc.
Robert Corr, 708-389-6625
 
Posted by PhoenixStockMaster on :
 
Very Good News!!!!!!! This stock is surely a hold! We are going to make big on this in months to come. Anyone, have a target for 6 mos. out? $1.00? My hope then I could be a multi millionaire. Hehehehe
 
Posted by Louie on :
 
I think we could see at least .25 in 3 months - and, depending on the E-Water franchise marketing plans - an additional .50 or .75.

I'd prefer to see this go up slow and steady - my 5 million shares are averaged in at .004 now

glta louie


quote:
Originally posted by PhoenixStockMaster:
Very Good News!!!!!!! This stock is surely a hold! We are going to make big on this in months to come. Anyone, have a target for 6 mos. out? $1.00? My hope then I could be a multi millionaire. Hehehehe


 
Posted by PhoenixStockMaster on :
 
Ahhh very good Louie!I'm in at .006 a little higher - but still makin money. I think RSHN has great potential!
 
Posted by Louie on :
 
Actually I missed a zero. I am averaged in at .0004

quote:
Originally posted by PhoenixStockMaster:
Ahhh very good Louie!I'm in at .006 a little higher - but still makin money. I think RSHN has great potential!


 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
http://www.enjoytherush.com/tradeshownews.htm


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Posted by PhoenixStockMaster on :
 
Lookin Good!!
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
Compare CV TECH INC (CVQ.V) with rshn

They also sells ginseng products.


http://www.cvtechnologies.com/coldfx/default.aspx



 -


imho rshn will also see similar growth.


do your dd before buying this monster.


I am hoping Ginseng Viral Care will do the same for rshn like coldfx is doing for CVQ.V

Joe
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
oh well. :-)

Long and strong.

Go rshn!

Joe
 
Posted by Murnak on :
 
RushNet, Inc. Introduces Revolutionary e-O2 Sports Water(TM)

November 10, 2005 12:13:01 (ET)


BLUE ISLAND, Ill., Nov 10, 2005 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- RushNet, Inc. (Pink Sheets: RSHN.PK) is pleased to announce the addition of e-O2 Sports Water(TM) to its wholly owned e-water(TM) brand line-up. Alkaline e-O2 Sports Water(TM) is a super-oxygenated, super-hydrating bottled water containing a patent-pending energy formula which helps normalize total-body acidity and promotes fast muscle recovery from moderate to strenuous exercise. The energy formula consists of a unique blend of pH-balanced electrolytes, vitamins, and trace minerals which make tiny changes in blood pH to improve alkalinity and reduce lactic acid. Build-up of lactic acid in muscle tissue is a leading cause of muscle fatigue and so-called "runner's wall."

There are other benefits of e-O2 Sports Water(TM). According to the American Journal of Nutrition (Vol. 76; 2002): "From an evolutionary perspective, being slightly alkaline from a low-acid, high-alkaline diet is the natural and optimal state of humans."

e-O2 Sports Water(TM), in half-liter bottles, will soon be offered to natural foods retailers in RushNet's extensive distribution network. In early 2006, RushNet plans the introduction of e-O2 Sports Water(TM) in handy eight-ounce foil sports pouches--intended for sale, initially, to thousands of convenience stores health/fitness clubs, sporting goods outlets and golf courses nationwide.

Robert Corr, president of RushNet, Inc., said, "Tasty e-O2 Sports Water(TM) is an outgrowth of years of scientific research and development by a distinguished nutritional scientist. The patent-pending formulation is a boon to anyone who likes to exercise, but doesn't like muscle pain and fatigue. The addition of pressurized-oxygen in e-O2 Sports Water(TM) enhances the assimilation of the special pH-balanced muscle-recovery formula."

"Adding entries like e-O2 Sports Water(TM) into the e-water(TM) line-up is part of RushNet's strategy of building a mega-brand name in the functional water category," Corr stated. "The response we are getting from wholesalers and retailers, eager to procure the e-water(TM) brand, is phenomenal. We are looking forward to spectacular growth in this category in coming months."
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
Murnak,

2006 looks very promising for rshn.

Ginseng Viral Care launch, in early 2006

http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/051026/265938.html?.v=1

e-O2 Sports Water(TM) launch, in early 2006

http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/051110/20051110005608.html?.v=1

Exclusive royalty-based licensing of its e-water(TM) brand to a select group of major bottlers.

http://biz.yahoo.com/bwml/051108/85195.html?.v=1


What else?????

glta and do your dd before buying.

Im buying on all dips.

Joe
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
From another board.

http://www.investorshub.com/boards/read_msg.asp?message_id=8440723


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Posted by: verylongonmfys
In reply to: bax who wrote msg# 564
Date:11/10/2005 8:56:37 PM
Post #of 567

bax, I went to the trade show in Washington, D.C, in September in which Rushnet was an exhibitor,and had the first-hand opportunity to watch individual and potential distributors' positive reactions to the products, as well as sample them myself and speak with management.This trade show was mostly for stores and other distributors to see which new products they wanted to sell rather than for the general public. In fact, it was a $450 admission for the general public and I found out that for only a $50 admission fee,with a valid current I.D., I qualified under the medical professional category,haha... I like the products very much, and added to my position after attending the trade show. I am comfortable with the scientific credibility of the Canadian Medical Journal studies about the efficacy of Ginseng in reducing viral infections and the frequency of multiple attacks.At a supersubpenny average cost per share,the downside risk is not that significant relative to the upside potential as I see it. I really feel I am in a very good position for a significant multiple from here, especially if the share structure should mirror what happened along the way for HISC.

I am using pure profit monies from other winners to buy Rushnet stock. I have over 14 million shares now and will add on dips.

Ginseng is hot right now.

IMO, a penny is a good bet from here.


Disclaimer: My posts are purely my opinion and might change at any time based on market conditions. Do your own due diligence before purchasing or selling any stock. You're 100% responsible for any decisions you make.

Doc
 
Posted by jacotrader on :
 
Found this on other board:

Posted by: pennytoriches
In reply to: None Date:11/13/2005 8:38:05 AM
Post #of 614

Have you guys read this already?

http://www.skolnicksreport.com/cocaccc15.html

http://www.corrvspepsi.com/
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
Calm before the storm.

http://stockcharts.com/def/servlet/SC.web?c=RSHN,uu[w,a]daclyyay[dc][pb50!b200][vc60][iUi14,3!Lo14]&pref=G

http://www.cmaj.ca/cgi/content/full/173/9/1043

Robert Corr, president of RushNet, Inc., said, "The scientific confirmation of ginseng's powerful anti-viral properties will support our launch, in early 2006, of a highly profitable line of all-natural Ginseng Viral Care(TM) products. We have combined pure Wisconsin-grown American ginseng (Panax quinquefolius) with other quality ingredients known to enhance immune function and overall health. The result is a product which is very timely given the likelihood of raging influenza epidemics going forward."

http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/051026/265938.html?.v=1


glta

do your dd before buying.

Joe
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
rshn chart looks good after receive new name.

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Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
Wow! Look at CVQ.V go.

quote:
Originally posted by JoeMillion:
Compare CV TECH INC (CVQ.V) with rshn

They also sells ginseng products.


http://www.cvtechnologies.com/coldfx/default.aspx



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imho rshn will also see similar growth.


do your dd before buying this monster.


I am hoping Ginseng Viral Care will do the same for rshn like coldfx is doing for CVQ.V

Joe


 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
Just the weaks and end of year tax lost selling.

Holding onto my shares.

flu and cold season soon.

glta

Joe
 
Posted by ACKCANE on :
 
RSHN = CVQ ????? HOW???? because they sell the same product.

I guess EZTO = EBAY too!
TNOG = XOM
QBID = TWX

Keep pumping!
 
Posted by ACKCANE on :
 
And how is a product that isn't on the market until sometime in 2006 going to help you with the cold and flu season!!!!!
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
Ask .0008 x bid .0007

Do your dd before buying. Don't buy based on my opinions.

glta

Joe
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
CVQ.V is one nice company.


quote:
Originally posted by JoeMillion:
Wow! Look at CVQ.V go.

quote:
Originally posted by JoeMillion:
Compare CV TECH INC (CVQ.V) with rshn

They also sells ginseng products.


http://www.cvtechnologies.com/coldfx/default.aspx



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imho rshn will also see similar growth.


do your dd before buying this monster.


I am hoping Ginseng Viral Care will do the same for rshn like coldfx is doing for CVQ.V

Joe



 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
Level 2

uptick Ask .0009 x bid .0007.

Do your dd before buying. Don't buy based on my opinions.
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
Logic in selling now. imho

1) Take a lost to offset gains in other stocks.

2) Cut loses and take a deduction.

3) Given up

4) Need the money to pay bills or expenses.

_____________________________-

Logic in not selling now - imho

1) January is coming. January effect.

2) New products

3) May have to pay higher to buy back.


glta

Don't buy based on my opinions.

Joe

Joe

[ November 15, 2005, 15:22: Message edited by: JoeMillion ]
 
Posted by preludez on :
 
rshn scared me went it went down today =( ... good thing it went back up !
 
Posted by Louie on :
 
Acclaimed Two Boots(R) Restaurants Add Ginseng Rush(TM)
Nov 16, 2005 11:00:00 AM
Copyright Business Wire 2005
BLUE ISLAND, Ill.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov. 16, 2005--

RushNet, Inc. (Pink Sheets:RSHN.PK) is pleased to announce that Two Boots(R), an immensely popular Cajun Food & Pizzeria restaurant chain in New York City, has added RushNet's licensed beverages Ginseng Rush(TM) and Ginseng Rush XXX(TM) to its menus and store displays. Two Boots(R), founded in 1987, now boasts seven busy family eateries--including locations at Rockefeller Center, Greenwich Village, NoHo, East Village, Park Slope (Brooklyn) and Grand Central Station. Food critics and restaurant-goers alike have hailed Two Boots(R) trademark corn-crust pizza with gourmet sauces and toppings as "Best Pizza in NYC."

Numerous eateries and cafes carry RushNet's licensed beverages on their menus. Two of these include Chicago landmarks Heartland Cafe and Soul Vegetarian.

Heartland Cafe, a thriving natural foods restaurant and grocery in Rogers Park section of Chicago, is celebrating its 30th year. Owner and founder Michael James said Ginseng Rush(TM) has been on the menu since 1978. "Ginseng Rush(TM) has always been popular with our customers. We are looking forward to adding Ginseng Rush XXX(TM). After all, the more ginseng the better," he commented.

Soul Vegetarian, in South Chicago, has been serving vegan food since the 1970's. The holistic restaurant chain, established in 17 countries worldwide, is run by African Hebrew Israelites, an ancient sect with Biblical roots. A spokesman for Soul Vegetarian stated, "Our biggest sellers are Ginseng Rush(TM) and Ginseng Rush XXX(TM). They outsell all other natural drinks we serve, four to one. We've carried Ginseng Rush(TM) since 1978. It's one of our oldest accounts."

Robert Corr, president of Rushnet, Inc., observed, "We're always pleased when famous restaurants and cafes, which seek the best quality for their patrons, choose to serve our beverages. In the end, we believe the prize will go to firms like RushNet, Inc. that offer consumers healthy, refreshing, all-natural beverage choices. Let others tout hyper-caffeinated synthetic swill. RushNet puts quality first."

RushNet Inc. is the licensed marketing agent for Rush Beverage Company products and brand owner of e-water(TM). www.enjoytherush.com

Disclaimer: The Company relies upon Safe Harbor Laws of 1933, 1934 and 1995 for all public news releases. Statements, which are not historical facts, are forward-looking statements. The company, through its management, makes forward-looking public statements concerning its expected future operations, performance and other developments. Such forward-looking statements are necessarily estimates reflecting the company's best judgment based upon current information and involve a number of risks and uncertainties, and there can be no assurance that other factors will not affect the accuracy of such forward-looking statements. It is impossible to identify all such factors. Factors which could cause actual results to differ materially from those estimated by the company include, but are not limited to, government regulation; managing and maintaining growth; the effect of adverse publicity; litigation; competition; and other factors which may be identified from time to time in the company's public announcements.

Source: RushNet, Inc.


----------------------------------------------
RushNet
Inc.
Robert Corr
708-389-6625
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
H5N1 bird flu found in wild birds in central Canada
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Wild birds in Canada's central province of Manitoba have tested positive for a low-pathogenic subtype of the H5N1 avian flu virus, a health official said on Saturday.

The strains are from the family of North American H5N1 viruses, not the forms circulating in Southeast Asia, said Dr. Brian Evans, chief veterinary officer at the Canadian Food Inspection Agency ( CFIA).

"I want to emphasize that the H5N1 subtype detected in Manitoba is completely distinct from the strain currently present in Asia," said Evans

"From a genetic perspective, there are significant strain differences in their structure," he said.

In addition, officials isolated an H5N3 subtype in two birds from Quebec, as part of a cross-country surveillance program to find what avian flu viruses are being carried by wild ducks in this country.

"Finding only low pathogenic avian influenza means that these viruses would cause only mild disease, if any at all, if introduced into domestic birds," Evans said.

Meanwhile, a commercial farm in British Columbia's Fraser Valley remains under quarantine after a duck was found infected with a strain of H5 bird flu on Friday.

North American H5N1 viruses have so far proven to be much milder viruses than their distant Asian counterparts, avian influenza experts say.

"We've got 32 years of surveillance work that says these North American strains in wild birds in the past have never been a threat," Dr. Richard Slemons, an avian influenza expert at Ohio State University, told The Canadian Press.

"Does that mean they won't be a threat in the future? No it does not. But history says they aren't a risk," he said.

The Asian H5N1 viruses, which are highly pathogenic, have infected 130 people in five countries since 2003 and 67 of those people have died.

Source: Xinhua

http://english.people.com.cn/200511/20/eng20051120_222671.html
 
Posted by PhoenixStockMaster on :
 
This is good news why didnt the stock move?

quote:
Originally posted by Louie:
Acclaimed Two Boots(R) Restaurants Add Ginseng Rush(TM)
Nov 16, 2005 11:00:00 AM
Copyright Business Wire 2005
BLUE ISLAND, Ill.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov. 16, 2005--

RushNet, Inc. (Pink Sheets:RSHN.PK) is pleased to announce that Two Boots(R), an immensely popular Cajun Food & Pizzeria restaurant chain in New York City, has added RushNet's licensed beverages Ginseng Rush(TM) and Ginseng Rush XXX(TM) to its menus and store displays. Two Boots(R), founded in 1987, now boasts seven busy family eateries--including locations at Rockefeller Center, Greenwich Village, NoHo, East Village, Park Slope (Brooklyn) and Grand Central Station. Food critics and restaurant-goers alike have hailed Two Boots(R) trademark corn-crust pizza with gourmet sauces and toppings as "Best Pizza in NYC."

Numerous eateries and cafes carry RushNet's licensed beverages on their menus. Two of these include Chicago landmarks Heartland Cafe and Soul Vegetarian.

Heartland Cafe, a thriving natural foods restaurant and grocery in Rogers Park section of Chicago, is celebrating its 30th year. Owner and founder Michael James said Ginseng Rush(TM) has been on the menu since 1978. "Ginseng Rush(TM) has always been popular with our customers. We are looking forward to adding Ginseng Rush XXX(TM). After all, the more ginseng the better," he commented.

Soul Vegetarian, in South Chicago, has been serving vegan food since the 1970's. The holistic restaurant chain, established in 17 countries worldwide, is run by African Hebrew Israelites, an ancient sect with Biblical roots. A spokesman for Soul Vegetarian stated, "Our biggest sellers are Ginseng Rush(TM) and Ginseng Rush XXX(TM). They outsell all other natural drinks we serve, four to one. We've carried Ginseng Rush(TM) since 1978. It's one of our oldest accounts."

Robert Corr, president of Rushnet, Inc., observed, "We're always pleased when famous restaurants and cafes, which seek the best quality for their patrons, choose to serve our beverages. In the end, we believe the prize will go to firms like RushNet, Inc. that offer consumers healthy, refreshing, all-natural beverage choices. Let others tout hyper-caffeinated synthetic swill. RushNet puts quality first."

RushNet Inc. is the licensed marketing agent for Rush Beverage Company products and brand owner of e-water(TM). www.enjoytherush.com

Disclaimer: The Company relies upon Safe Harbor Laws of 1933, 1934 and 1995 for all public news releases. Statements, which are not historical facts, are forward-looking statements. The company, through its management, makes forward-looking public statements concerning its expected future operations, performance and other developments. Such forward-looking statements are necessarily estimates reflecting the company's best judgment based upon current information and involve a number of risks and uncertainties, and there can be no assurance that other factors will not affect the accuracy of such forward-looking statements. It is impossible to identify all such factors. Factors which could cause actual results to differ materially from those estimated by the company include, but are not limited to, government regulation; managing and maintaining growth; the effect of adverse publicity; litigation; competition; and other factors which may be identified from time to time in the company's public announcements.

Source: RushNet, Inc.


----------------------------------------------
RushNet
Inc.
Robert Corr
708-389-6625


 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
PhoenixStockMaster,

Yep it was great news. Hopefully we get earning news from the Restaurants. Investors want earnings and profit news. Until then rshn is at the mercy of MMs.

glta

Joe
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
Almost show time.

2 - 4 weeks imho

Reading the charts.

golden cross is coming.

http://stockcharts.com/def/servlet/SC.web?c=RSHN,uu[w,a]daclyyay[dd][pb50!b200][vc60][iUp14,3,3!Ll14]&pref=G

do your dd before buying and my statements are only my opinions.

[ November 21, 2005, 17:20: Message edited by: JoeMillion ]
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
JoeMillion,

What is a golden cross?

Sharkone
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
sharkone--It's a bullish signal, from the TA world; quick def from stockcharts.com: "A golden cross occurs when a rising 50-day moving averages crosses above a declining 200-day moving average."
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
Thank you buytex.

Joe
 
Posted by jacotrader on :
 
Please no reverse!!
 
Posted by sharkone on :
 
Thank you BuyTex.

Sharkone
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
Jacotrader,
I hope rshn goes lower so I can buy more. Think big next year.


Joe
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
sell sell sell! lol

Joe
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
WOW! ask and bid falling apart.

ask .0007 x bid .0006

Joe
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
I guess rshn has to test new lows before moving up like msep did today. Lucky for us not too much downside left. lol

Hang on to them shares.

glta

Joe
 
Posted by GVMOORE on :
 
Hanging on for the rush. Hurry I need it
now. GL
 
Posted by jacotrader on :
 
JoeMill, it's time to accumulate more before the R/S happens. The more the merrier. GLTA
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
52 week low is .0004

When the bid hit .0006 today mid-day, the selling stopped.

Could this be the bottom. We shall see.

Happy thanksgiving all!

glta

Joe
 
Posted by jacotrader on :
 
this is from other board:

Check this out:

https://esos.state.nv.us/SOSServices/AnonymousAccess/CorpSearch/CorpDetails.aspx?CorpID=271633
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
ouch!


Action Type: Amendment
Document Number: 20050561478-68 # of Pages: 1
File Date: 11/18/2005 Effective Date: 11/22/2005
PICKUP 11-21-05 1FS
Previous Stock Value: Par Value Shares: 2,000,000,000 Value: $ 0.001 No Par Value Shares: 0 ----------------------------------------------------------------- Total Authorized Capital: $ 2,000,000.00 New Stock Value: Par Value Shares: 4,000,000,000 Value: $ 0.001 No Par Value Shares: 0 ----------------------------------------------------------------- Total Authorized Capital: $ 4,000,000.00


https://esos.state.nv.us/SOSServices/AnonymousAccess/CorpSearch/corpActions.aspx?CorpID=271633&CorpName=RUSHNET+INC
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
Sorry guys.

Joe
 
Posted by hermes on :
 
Joe, In the MSEP/Nascar thread you asked my opinion of RSHN. In an attempt to keep things "organized" I'll respond here.

My knowledge of RSHN is limited to their 10/25/05 major PR and the run it had that day. News of a reverse split is news to me and i was unable to locate the ratio or the effective date for the reverse split. Last SEC filling I could locate on the company was 8/03. Outstanding shares are 1 billion as reported by the company on 1/1/05 (caution flag). Perhaps someone more familar with RSHN can tell me the r/s ratio, effective date, and # of authorized shares.

Until then, my current opinion of RSHN's chart is that its normal trading range is between .0005 - .0009. Since November, the stock appears to have averaged about 28 trades per day or $300/trade. Current support is .0006/.0005 and resistance is .0009/.0010. Slow stoch looks encouraging however the RSI needs to break 50 and ideally 62 before another run can occur.

I'm not sure if we are looking at the same charts/paramaters, but I do not see a "golden cross" developing for some time. I do agree that this is an important chart signal as explained by BuyTex. Even with the great news RSHN had on 10/25/05, the stock couldn't break the 200 day moving average.

I will continue to watch the stock and look forward to anyone answering the questions I've asked above. With the right management team driving the company this could be an interesting play similar to BRVO earlier this year. Good luck to those long on the stock.


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Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
:-( .0005
 
Posted by Louie on :
 
I sold my RSHN wednesday and bought more GZFX at .0174 - did not like where rush was headed.

The CEO is most definitely a sneaky SOB -"Oh, no - no reverse split because we VALUE our shareholders (yeah, RIGHT) - but, um, well, we're increasing AS by 2 BILLION..."

What a sell-off rshn is today...

Corr should be ashamed of himself.

Louie

p.s. go GZFX
 
Posted by Cygnast on :
 
Louie,

Point me to that info about the 2billion increase.
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
Sorry Cygnast, he is right. :-(


https://esos.state.nv.us/SOSServices/AnonymousAccess/CorpSearch/corpActions.aspx?CorpID=271633&CorpName=RUSHNET+INC
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
I would not count rshn out. Real company with real products. I rather have th auth shares increase than have a r/s.

glta

do your dd

Joe
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
Those who are wise open your eyes. imho

gzfx also increased by 2,000,000,000 to 4,000,000,000 shares before their mega run and now look where they are trading. I am buying rshn all I can on dips. imho


(a) On July 19, 2005, the Company filed a Certificate of Amendment to Articles of Incorporation with the Nevada Secretary of State (see Exhibit 3.7). This amendment, which did not require shareholder approval under the Company's current Articles of Incorporation, as amended, increased the authorized common stock of the Company by 2,000,000,000 to 4,000,000,000 shares.

http://www.pinksheets.com/quote/print_filings.jsp?url=%2Fredirect.asp%3Ffilename%3D0001094328%252D05%252D000234%252Etxt%26filepath%3D%255C2005%255C11%255C15%255C&symbol=GZFX

[ November 25, 2005, 12:35: Message edited by: JoeMillion ]
 
Posted by jacotrader on :
 
IMO, it's buy! buy! buy!
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
Louie,

Best of luck with GZFX. I am happy for you that you sold and bought gzfx. No need to put down RSHN CEO. Don't know why he would decide to increase shares but there must be a good reason to do so.

BTW - GZFX did the same thing 2,000,000,000 to 4,000,000,000 shares On July 19, 2005 before the stock rocketed. Check their filings. Look how they turned out.

I am betting that rshn will have a good run-up too.

glta and do your dd before buying. My statements are only my opinions.

Rshn up up and away.

Joe
 
Posted by Cygnast on :
 
Well guys, I bought in this morning at .0005. I am happy with that and infact have already made money with that entry point.
 
Posted by hermes on :
 
I wouldn't get too excited about RSHN dropping to .0005 since this is the stock's strongest support level. I would just be cautious of day traders who would play this from .0006 - .0009.

Also just to clear the air regarding the esos.state.nv.us link floating around in this thread, the document shows the authorized shares will be increased from 2 billion to 4 billion.

The stock might see .0003 if the company starts diluting shares. To understand how a diluted company trades look at QBID.

Good luck to all in or considering RSHN.


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Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
hermes sit back and enjoy the show. You can't compare qbid and rshn. Apple and oranges. Sometimes studying charts doesn't give you all the answers. You have to listen to your gut feelings sometimes. My gut says to buy rshn. lol

glta

rshn homepage http://www.enjoytherush.com/

Flu and cold season is coming.


__________________________________________________________


Posted on Fri, Nov. 18, 2005

Supplements may offer hope in flu pandemic

BY RICHARD HARKNESS

Knight Ridder Newspapers

Q: With the shortage of the prescription anti-flu drug Tamiflu and fears about a coming bird flu pandemic, are there any natural supplements that will help against the flu?

A: There's some promising evidence for elderberry, n-acetylcysteine, and American ginseng. The studies mentioned below are double-blind, placebo trials.

http://www.fortwayne.com/mld/newssentinel/living/13200862.htm
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
Does anyone else see the monster about to wake in rshn besides me?

Please post your opinions good or bad.

glta and do your dd before buying.

Lets make some mola!!!

Joe
 
Posted by jacotrader on :
 
I see it too Joe. IMO, the additional A/S will be used for expansion. Maybe Corr is buying a new plant or maybe buying another company.
 
Posted by hermes on :
 
Joe, one minute RSHN is going to the moon then the next you seem worried the stock hit .0005. I tried to ease your concern about the dip and before that I mentioned RSHN had the potential to move as BRVO did prior to the CCE announcement.

I agree RSHN and QBID are very different companies. I was attempting to point out that a diluted company such as QBID requires enormous volume in order to up tick the pps.

Too many times people will get excited because a stock's volume is up 15-30% over its normal volume then wonder why the pps closed unchanged.

Please understand Joe, I agree with you and Jaco that RSHN has great long term potential. I personally will wait to see how the company issues their new shares; restricted/unrestricted shares. Too many important unknowns for me at this time. Dead money is something I strive to avoid.

Good luck to all!
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
hermes, rshn is going to the moon! I'm not worried one bit. imho

I agree diluting stock is not good most of the time , but this case may turn out positive.

gzfx also increased by 2,000,000,000 to 4,000,000,000 shares before their mega run and now look where they are trading. I am buying rshn all I can on dips. imho


(a) On July 19, 2005, the Company filed a Certificate of Amendment to Articles of Incorporation with the Nevada Secretary of State (see Exhibit 3.7). This amendment, which did not require shareholder approval under the Company's current Articles of Incorporation, as amended, increased the authorized common stock of the Company by 2,000,000,000 to 4,000,000,000 shares.

http://www.pinksheets.com/quote/print_filings.jsp?url=%2Fredirect.asp%3Ffilename%3D0001094328%252D05%252D000234%252Etxt%26filepath%3D%255C2005%255C11%255C15%255C&symbol=GZFX
 
Posted by georgy on :
 
WHAT YOU GUYS THINF ABOUT GZFX? I bought it at .0204
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
RSHN - Bird Flu play! imho

Do your dd.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted on Fri, Nov. 18, 2005
M O R E N E W S F R O M topix.net
• Tamiflu
• Family
• Medicine
• Influenza
• Bird Flu
• Elderly
• CDC
• Health
• Medication

Supplements may offer hope in flu pandemic

BY RICHARD HARKNESS

Knight Ridder Newspapers

Q: With the shortage of the prescription anti-flu drug Tamiflu and fears about a coming bird flu pandemic, are there any natural supplements that will help against the flu?

A: There's some promising evidence for elderberry, n-acetylcysteine, and American ginseng. The studies mentioned below are double-blind, placebo trials.

_Elderberry has been used for centuries to treat the seasonal flu and colds. It appears to boost the immune system and has been shown to inhibit various influenza virus strains in laboratory experiments.

Benefits have been found for a standardized elderberry extract syrup (Sambucol).

One study consisted of 60 patients who had suffered from influenza-like symptoms for 48 hours or less. They took either 15 ml (1 tablespoon) of the elderberry syrup or placebo four times daily for five days. Those taking elderberry reported that their symptoms were relieved about four days earlier than those on placebo.

In another study, symptoms in the group taking elderberry syrup significantly improved within two days compared to six days for the placebo group.

_N-acetylcysteine is an antioxidant and seems to have anti-inflammatory effects. It may also thin the blood. A study of 262 people, mainly elderly, found that n-acetylcysteine tablets (600 mg) taken twice daily for 6 months helped prevent flu-like illness, and reduced the severity and duration of illness when it occurred.

The prescription form of n-acetylcysteine, called Mucomyst, is used for acetaminophen poisoning and for respiratory conditions.

_American ginseng is thought to boost the immune system.

Two studies involving 198 people suggest that a proprietary extract of North American ginseng (CVT-E002) helped prevent the flu in elderly residents of long-term care or assisted living facilities. Residents receiving 200 mg of the ginseng formulation twice daily for 12 weeks during flu season had a substantially lower risk of getting laboratory-confirmed influenza, compared to placebo users.

Another study of 279 people found that 2 capsules (400 mg) daily of an extract of North American ginseng root taken over 4 months during flu season helped prevent the common cold, and reduced its severity and its duration by 2.4 days. Researchers, however, did not distinguish between the common cold and flu (both are caused by viruses).

A caution: Pregnant or nursing women should not use these natural remedies without medical supervision.

Q: Your flu column in the San Diego Union-Tribune listed "children 23 months to 6" in the CDC's high-risk category for priority in getting the flu shot. My pediatrician recommended that my 12-month-old twins get a shot because they are high risk. Why does the CDC feel differently?

A: My original text read "Children ages 6 to 23 months." An editor somehow got the numbers turned around. Fortunately, it's stated correctly in other newspapers that carry my column. Your pediatrician and the CDC are on the same page after all.
Richard Harkness is a consultant pharmacist, natural medicines specialist, and author of eight published books. Write him at 1224 King Henry Drive, Ocean Springs, MS 39564; or rharkn*aol.com. Selected questions will be used in the column.

http://www.fortwayne.com/mld/newssentinel/living/13200862.htm
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
http://www.medpagetoday.com/PrimaryCare/AlternativeMedicine/tb/1993


Ginseng Extract Helps Fight Off Common Cold
Review
North American ginseng is modestly effective.
EDMONTON, Alberta, Oct. 25 - Canadian researchers have found two capsules a day of North American ginseng (Panax quinquefolium) to be modestly effective in keeping the common cold at bay.

Patients who took two 200 mg capsules per day of ginseng had significantly fewer colds and less severe symptoms than those who were assigned to a placebo, according to a study published in the October issue of Canadian Medical Association Journal.

The positive results of the Canadian randomized double-blind trial came just weeks after echinacea, another ostensible alternative cold remedy, was found completely ineffective in a study appearing in the New England Journal of Medicine.

The research team, led by Tapan K. Basu, Ph.D., a professor of food and nutritional science at the University of Alberta here, reported a mean of 0.68 colds per person over four months among 130 patients in the ginseng group versus 0.93 colds per person among the 149 patients assigned to rice-powder placebo (95% CI, 0.04-0.45, p=0.017).

Ginseng has been previously studied for its potential in improving blood flow and cognitive function, but less was known about its possible antiviral capacity. The authors said the phytochemical properties of ginseng suggest this herb could have potential beyond treating the perennial common cold.

This ginseng extract, wrote Dr. Basu and colleagues, “has a broader range of activity and hence is potentially more effective in combating different strains of virus.”

They said North American ginseng extract contains the polysaccharides and oligosaccharides that have been shown to boost immunity by enhancing the immunoglobulin production of lymphocytes and macrophage Fc receptor expression. “In addition,” the researchers wrote, “these extracts appear to stimulate cell-mediated immune response and natural killer cell cytotoxicity.”


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Posted by gemseeker on :
 
The only thing which scares me off is the reverse split. Rest products are good.
 
Posted by sell4u352 on :
 
Stock had some good movement for the level that its at today. I am going try to get in at 0.0005 tomorrow and hope for a strong close again.
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
Sell4u352,

Better hurry!!!

Take a look at rshn new and improved homepage!!!

http://www.enjoytherush.com/

Redesigning everything. Out with the old and in with the new. The last time I checked was in the morning and it was the same old homepage. I just checked now and found out the change.

Having a warm and fuzzy feeling.

glta and do your dd before buying.

Joe
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
Looks like bottom. Now moving back up.

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glta

Joe
 
Posted by Louie on :
 
New and Improved Homepage? Is that a Joke, Joe?

Look at a snippet of the source code for that page (without the opening and closing tags):

a href="file:///C|/Documents%20and%20Settings/HP_Administrator/Desktop/Rush%20Cola.htm" <strong><em>Rush
Cola is almost here!</em></strong>

Another wonderful example:

img src="file:///C|/Documents%20and%20Settings/HP_Administrator/My%20Documents/judas/products.gif" width="164" height="35" border="0"

ETC, etc,...

No one but me CAUGHT THIS? I don't have a warm and fuzzy feeling at ALL.

quote:
Originally posted by JoeMillion:
Sell4u352,

Better hurry!!!

Take a look at rshn new and improved homepage!!!

http://www.enjoytherush.com/

Redesigning everything. Out with the old and in with the new. The last time I checked was in the morning and it was the same old homepage. I just checked now and found out the change.

Having a warm and fuzzy feeling.

glta and do your dd before buying.

Joe


 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
Lou you are correct, sorry.

Looks like a old verson of the site.

glta

Joe
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
I just checked most of the rshn message boards and posting has stopped. Has everyone sold?


Joe
 
Posted by jacotrader on :
 
nope, maybe people are waiting for answer of the Rush Beverage vs. Pepsico case that was held yesterday. http://www.corrvspepsi.com
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
rshn homepage back online.

http://www.enjoytherush.com/
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
One small buy of 50000 moved the ask to .0007

I lost one of my stars. lol

Long and strong.

glta

Joe
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
Flu and cold season soon plus worries about bird flu could mean higher pps. imho

do your dd before buying.

glta

Joe
 
Posted by ACKCANE on :
 
"Flu and cold season soon plus worries about bird flu could mean higher pps. imho"

WHY???
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
I don't know. Do you?
 
Posted by imakmony2005 on :
 
This looks like HCCF better hope it dont trade that way.
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
Thank you.
 
Posted by kptmoe on :
 
this is a terrible way to pump a stock==please stop==you seem like nice people
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
I agree, I will stop.
 
Posted by ACKCANE on :
 
cross your heart and hope to die this time!?
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
ilco and msep gonna make me rich. imho

glta

Joe
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
No need to pump this stock. Its dead and dying. lol imho

glta

do your dd before buying.

Joe
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
http://stockcharts.com/def/servlet/SC.web?c=RSHN,uu[w,a]daclyyay[dd][pb50!b200][vc60][iUh14,3!Lf]&pref=G
 
Posted by PhoenixStockMaster on :
 
quote:
No need to pump this stock. Its dead and dying.


Actually, I dont think this stock is dead or dying. I think Rush has a wonderful product and has the chance to run and make all of us some money. I say this is a strong hold. Time will tell what RSHN can do. But there are worse stocks out there. Stock I know we own like CWFG - right??? :-)

Stock is like playin cards --- Ya gotta know when to hold em - know when to fold em - hehehehehe :-)
 
Posted by Murnak on :
 
I can wait to see what happens here!!!!!!!!!!!

"We aim to take wholly owned e-water(TM) to a maximum market and use minimum capital to do it. The licensing-royalty model relieves RushNet of substantial financial burdens associated with producing e-water(TM) for international and national markets. By franchising the brand, RushNet can begin to reap sizable profits very quickly from its e-water(TM), which has attracted enormous interest from distributors and merchants."
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
Take a look at the new e-water ad.


http://www.enjoytherush.com/

Joe
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
I may be wrong. I never seen the e-water banner add before.

Joe
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
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Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
RSHN new out!

http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/051201/20051201005871.html?.v=1


Joe
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
My gut says rshn sees higher pps in the coming months. imho

1) End of year tax lost sellers/weaks are gone/almost gone.

2) New products coming out in early 2006 according to news.

3) CEO keeps shareholders updated.

4) Charts near 52 week lows. Not much downside.

5) New Year/new start - January effect.

glta/do your dd before buying this sleeping monster! imho

my statements are only my opinions.

Joe
 
Posted by JoeMillion on :
 
Mild strain of bird flu found in N. Carolina

http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20051202/us_nm/birdflu_usa_northcarolina_dc


Here's why I think rshn is a bird flu play.

http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/051026/265938.html?.v=1

http://www.fortwayne.com/mld/newssentinel/living/13200862.htm

http://www.medpagetoday.com/PrimaryCare/AlternativeMedicine/tb/1993


Chart about to turn up! imho


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Do your own dd and my statements are only my opinions.

glta

Joe
 


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