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RSHN: 0.0031 -- *.5 million$ contract expected
this week.

summer is coming. MMs will move her soon to
unload their huge inventory; make sure
you get your fair share when they do it.

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I hope I can get in, in time.
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where you at Robbie
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He Could be on a plane as we speak...

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I just got off the phone with Alex at RSHN and Bob was not in but he shall be there shortly and call me back. I can tell you I will be in the USA next week.

I am still not sure how this got out just yet. I can not confirm or deny this deal

But from what I gather this will be in a coming PR.

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we are going to make a lot you! you need to get in while you can china is going to be the best market they plan to have a vending machine in every factory by mid-summer .Those chinese are health freaks anyway

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To keep everyone updated. I am now in my London office from Romania and will travel to USA next Friday.

I want to address a few concerns.

1) I am not a stockbroker, Market Maker or TA expert.(Never Claimed to be)

2) I am a RSHN share holder. I have more shares than volume some of the days. I own at .0012, .0017, .006, .0073, .0086

3) I do not and have not pumped this stock.(Yes I believe in the products and company but that is my feeling and opinion)

4) If the PPS falls all the way down, It will go back up. How low? I do not know!

5)Just remember for those who are holding shares at a higher price that you only lose when you sell.( You must learn to detach from the dollar amount and remember you still own the same number of shares, THIS IS A CYCLE, BE SMART!)

As far as to anyone who may think I am the RSHN poster boy. I would flip a stock for a $100 profit, but I have ridden RSHN to penny land and back down to here. Not once have I sold a single share! I added to the position as I believe in this product and company! My Choice, My Opinions.

Yes, I believe in taking profits, but I can wait till RSHN goes to where I believe it will go!(True Long)

I do flip and take profits on my other stocks, but as I have said, "Never once on RSHN"

If saying Go RSHN!! means I am a pumper? Then guilty as charged.


I do not work for RushNet Inc. or any other company owned or affiliated with Bob Corr!

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Well, I don't have a position in RSHN at this time. In the past, I have bought and sold my fair share of short-term shares. I haven't entered a new position for three reasons - one old, two more recent.

First, I have never been comfortable with the information Corr has provided shareholders concerning money. Not the actual sales figures and expenses, but exactly what % of profits actually goes to RushNet. I did visit a link provided by one allstocks poster. It stated 62.5% commission on profits. This is good, but the page was so outdated that I dismissed it as being irrelevant. Understand that I don't care if 62.5%(?) of nothing is nothing, because I am looking for potential, not history. And, if a wholesale customer calls the manufacturing side of this operation to place an order, does RSHN ever see 62.5% of those possible profits? I could posit other twists on that topic, but I'm sure everyone gets the drift. So, if anyone can elaborate on this for me, I would appreciate it.

Second reason for no new position... I allow a certain % of reinvestments for pinks. I'll break this rule, in a heartbeat, if I have confidence in the company. For this to happen, my first reason must be overcome.

Third reason... my only buys/sells for the past few trading days have been with companies that I currently hold positions and do not require new/further dd. Because my dd PC was fried, I was blind. NOW... I'm baaaack!!! New power supply, a few minor injuries, and all's well. And well, well, well... What do we have here???

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For a little background info (for those that don't know), I save EVERYTHING. Every little electron pertaining to every little company I look at. To some, it may seem ridiculous; so much info, so little time. Not really (in case you really thought that), my dd PC has all the time it needs. In fact, we wrote a program to parse the stuff. You don't really need a program; simple built in searches will get you there, but I don't like working and my PC is superior.

I have sat on the sidelines and watched RushNet get trashed. Knowing what is going on is not the same as showing you, and that is what I intend to do tonight - not only with RSHN, but show you what to look for to help prevent this same thing from happening again.

Why would I do this? What is in this for me? Quite simply, I am disgusted with how this situation, these people, have used Robbie (whatever his real name is). He has been one of the most constant and realistic posters here, yet now he needs a page of disclaimers just to say HEY!!! The only thing I hope to get out of this, is evidence that someone may provide to satisfy my 'first obnoxious reason' on this thread.
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So, pressing magic button...

Since the inception of RSHN until 5/24/2006, I find 18 free subscription emails on file mentioning RSHN, originating from 4 different subscriptions. All 18 emails were alerts based on trading patterns, none were 'paid' advertisements/promotions. Of significance, none were from uruG kcotS.

Now, I found this to be an oddly low number, and uruG kcotS has a few tricks that I won't go into here, so I checked for mention of 'beverage'. Whoa, okay, now let's drill down... 19 free subscriptions returning 135 email hits from 6/05 to 5/24/2006. Still only 18 listing RSHN. There's Dickens Cider, Sunwin, Bravo, and... look at this... uruG kcotS has a beverage!!! From 4/06 to 5/19/06, 26 emails show uruG kcotS has been promoting Clearly Canadian Beverage Corporation (OTCBB - CCBEF) and they are PAID advertisement... expects to receive a total of $12,000 for profile coverage... Now that's an odd way to hatch chickens, 'expects to receive'?

Now, so far, all that tells me is that Corr does not have a history of paying for free email advertisements. And uruG kcotS does not have a history of expecting chickens from RSHN. (But caution advised here... uruG kcotS has tricks, like disappearing copy in the form of graphics. No worry, though, I don't actually 'read' the emails. I am only looking for what is important... subscription name, symbol, payment disclosure, and payment type. This is what everyone should be doing, not checking out the colorful graphics.

This is getting long. Posting this and starting on 5/19/06 to 5/30/06. Don't wait up late for Part 2, my typing takes time, but Part 2 definitely tops Part 1!

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Part 2...

Continuing with emails from 5/24/06 to 5/30/06, now downloaded on the wrong PC..

I have 8 emails from uruG kcotS, promoting RSHN. Admittedly, I deleted many emails the first day of my temper tantrum over my DEAD PC. Wait a minute... did I say promoting RSHN? Yep, sure enough, RSHN. Weren't they doing the Clearly Canadian? Oh, Canada. How you keep popping up... billed as Canadian Comeback???

No waiting for chickens to hatch, either. ... was compensated $18,700 for profile coverage. Obviously, a U.S. pink is more lucrative than a Canadian OTCBB.

So, okay, I visited uruG kcotS links to check out this coverage. The U.S. dollar just does not go very far, folks - this profile coverage is dorky and goofy looking (sorry, I'm old, find your own descriptive words). And the simplest and most basic of facts that ARE KNOWN about RSHN are incorrect. But to be fair, you should also take a look at their profile for CCBEF. Admittedly, even without the graphics, emails for CCBEF have a professional finish. Apparently, just the promise of Canadian dollars gets you top drawer.

Did someone put a stop to their RSHN email campaign? I see they are back to promoting CCBEF on 5/30/06 for... you guessed it... expects to receive a total of $12,000 for profile coverage. But the fun just doesn't stop.

There's another promoter that stepped in to help out poor CCBEF while RSHN was getting a 'boost'... skciTspukcotS. More oddity here with addresses and parent company names, but the ultimate owner has already been paid $20,000 by Level 3 Research for preparation and distribution of this report and other advertising services over a 90-day period.

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5/30/06 PR...
http://biz.yahoo.com/pz/060530/99850.html

Press Release Source: *********.com; RushNet, Inc.

*********.com Announces Profile Coverage of RushNet, Inc.
Tuesday May 30, 7:10 am ET

DALLAS, May 30, 2006 (PRIMEZONE) -- John Pentony, Publisher of *********.com, announced today that the web site has initiated Profile Coverage of RushNet, Inc. (Other OTC:RSHN.PK - News).
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Now, correct me if I'm wrong... Didn't Corr hire Christie (sp?) Comm for PR?

Be honest only with yourself for a moment... did any of this PR/email garbage make you decide to close your position? I ask because only those that truly were believers in this company were still holding before this started. And how many didn't buy because of this garbage?

If all of this was done because Corr's schedule allowed for an attack, then tell Corr I have documents he's gonna need for a lawsuit.

If he really did use uruG kcotS, well... that was dumb, and costly.

I found some other interesting connections in names, addresses, and company interests that match a different situation I was researching over the weekend. I'm not done with that yet. If anyone thinks this is a game, think again.

And, there is no doubt in my mind that this stuff would never happen without the cooperation of MMs.

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Robbie, best of everything to you. Maybe you can get Corr to fess up answers to #1 reason for me?

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To answer your number one concern, this is one thing I always have mentioned and talked about as well. The problem here is not even if we get the 62.5% I find the real problem to be even if RSHN was to sell $3billion dollars worth of Corr Beverages he would have to file a 10Q for us to even understand what we are getting a percentage of. Just telling us on a PR that they sold X amount of bottles and so on will never legitimise a rise in PPS.

Bottom line to concern one. WE have to see a bottom line on gross profits reported in a form of SEC filing and these better be audited numbers if ever released on a PR.

e-water is a different story as RSHN Inc is the brand owner and commands 100% of sales.(Problem here is there is no differential between Bob Corr the private man with Rush Beverage Company a private entity and RushNet Inc a publicly traded company.

I will say this as I have said many times before, and that is no matter what, If we wake up one morning and see RSHN in every shop close to Coke or Pepsi or lets just say the third shelf from the bottom.... This will be a day the believers will appreciate. I say this because at that point you cannot hide from the IRS or the shareholders, and you will have to report and get things on the up and up.

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Hey Robbie, glad to see you in here this AM. I was just about to leave. Enjoy the globetrotting, hey?

If Corr needs the paperwork, PM me. I've got quite a bit. And I'd rather see Rush on my store shelves than CC anyday.

Take care,

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Thanks for the intell TickTrader. Guess I had not really considered the notion that someone outside the company is trying to pump it. DUH.... guess I was distracted. It did seem really odd to me that this new paid publicity program has burst on the scene. At first I wondered if CC was that good at stock stuff or if Corr had started it. Then it began to seem a bit bush league. As always with RSHN, we take two steps forward and one and sometimes two back.

Any guess who is pumping RSHN on these paid sites?

Robbie and I are agreed that until they file some sort of official paperwork, we will continue to struggle no matter the news. Day traders and MM's will continue to controll our fate.

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Hi Guys.....

Interesting thread about RSHN perceptions.....

However, does anyone know of a sub-penny stock that is filing their financials with the SEC ?

Or any sub-penny that is accurately divulging their gross sales and expenses ?

Most sub-pennies ( probably even MOST pennies ) are only prividing estimations on their revenues ( expected revenues ) and expenses ( projected ).

Since no pinky HAS to file, it is strictly voluntary, and mostly, only the pinkies applying for OTC status usually start to file with the SEC.

RSHN seems to be some distance from that point.

I am interested in RSHN, althought the outstanding share volume is a bit of a concern .

I am not worried about RSHN going to a promoter like *********........they initiate more coverage for the stock ( although does RSHN really need m ore coverage ? ), and ********* does less hype and "pumpimg" of the stock than many others in the trade. Yes they are a marketing firm, so they will send out their own PRs.....that is what they are paid for.
I don't think that hiring ********* is a negative, though.

Basically, the stock needs some very firm, BIG news regarding distribution of the their products cuppled with estimations of earnings from these distribution contracts....from the USA and worldwide.

This is a speculative play, as all pinkies are, so we cannot hold RSHN to the same criteria we do for Microsoft......or even Hansen .

Looking forward to additional positive $$$ news from RSHN.

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Hi syracuse,

There's plenty of sub-pennies that file with SEC, and more are working on it. As for accuracy of reporting - gotta go with the accountants that sign off on it. I don't think it's possible to point out specific pinks without appearing to promote something I may or may not own, but I promise you will find them if you look.

The SHO list will provide an 'at a glance' look for some pinks that report to the SEC. Can't say that I know the current pps on those without checking, but there have been plenty of subs and penny pinks on that list in the past. Might be a place to start.

Interestingly, many sub-penny and penny OTCBBs (fully reporting) have no more credibility than the average pink. And the biggest joker I have ever run across (fried my wallet) fell off the Nasdaq NNM. In that respect (credibility), there's very little difference between major exchanges, OTCBBs, and pinks.

But that's not my hang-up with RSHN. When a publicly traded company is split between public and private, with the private portion generating performance, I have to ask what, exactly, am I investing in? As Robbie points out - how much is Bob Corr paying Bob Corr?

As much as it pains me to mention this, take a look at RVMO, a fully reporting OTCBB with an excellent TV/film product and potential. But that potential is hidden in a private company. The publicly traded portion is used to suck shareholders into financing the private side. In return, shareholders see value as a result of website sales that have/will/may be derived from the TV/film popularity - in the form of stuffed toys, videos, dvds, etc.

Taking that one step further, assume they cut a big WalMart promo deal in the near future. That is not a website sale. There is no 'promised land' here and never will be. Their movie concept is cute, but I can pay to watch it for 'cuteness sake', not pay to... well, you should get what I mean.

And this is why I stay sidelined on RSHN - same scenario seems to be shaping up. Corr may be successful in spite of himself, thanks to peeps that like his product, and especially thanks to loyal supporters here at allstocks.

And, you know, the only thing the pinks have as protection from manipulation are in the form of disclosure laws - for fax, email, PR, etc. This round of PR is extremely suspicious. If RSHN paid for it, you/I would think it would have been accurate on the facts and up-to-date. Corr would not be the first to be victimized, and I'm sure will not be the last.

Which reminds me...
Robbie, if Corr wants/needs this stuff, just PM a 'yes' or 'no'. I'll contact him.

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Hi TickTrader;

Thanks for the clear headed post on the current status at RSHN and the split of what is private and what is public.

As with all pinkies, any positive-hyped news will move the PPS of the product....the difficulty is for any pinky to sustain the elevated price, once it reaches new highs....and especially with sub-pennies the MM's have a controlling effect.

Still, as you say, the loyalty and optimism enjoyed by Rushnet.....to the degree that there is a RushNation, is quite unique.

Not only at AllStocks, but there is a stsrong following at Ihub as well .

Lots of optimism and hope for RSHN's success.

Hopefully, the alliance with Michael Lynch and soon to have distribution sales figuers, will provide the amunition to move the PPS higher.

Once there is some disclosed numbers, then I think, everyone will feel better.

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Corr could use all the help you could provide.. So, that is a YES!
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Robbie,
I'll start to work on it after market closes.

GL

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Well, there's a lot I would like to relate to everyone on this thread, but I'm going to try to keep this simple.

First, I just finished a phone conversation with Bob Corr. I want everyone to know that this is the first time I have EVER called a company CEO. AND, I'm not even a shareholder! BUT, I'm glad I did. That said, please don't take it as advice that you should call - shareholder or not.

Second, it was a rare, and enlightening, privilege to speak with Bob Corr. I think we both came away from the conversation with a better understanding of the forces in motion. Well, I KNOW I did, so I should only speak for myself in that regard.

Third, Bob Corr does not need the information I have accumulated. He is now very aware of the legal implications, and while he does not encourage, condone or approve of such tactics, his efforts are focused on continuing to grow his business. For those that can read between the lines on this point - you're probably going to get a free pass. For now. I'm not going away, though, and will allow you to dig the hole as deep as you want. Some of you should be ashamed of yourself, even though I know you are not.

Fourth, Bob Corr is proud to have such a loyal shareholder base. I think he needed to hear that from 'a sidelined' person.

Fifth, for the benefit of loyal shareholders, let me add this...

The ONLY credible news/information concerning RSHN will be found in PRs released solely by RushNet. Christie Comm. (sp?) is working with RSHN, but in a different advertising capacity - newspapers, other media. ALL other news is generated by 3rd party self-interest groups. Take it for what it is - NOTHING.

And finally, before I get off my soapbox - if you believe in a company's merits, don't EVER let anyone change your mind for you. Let the company speak for itself.

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"For those that can read between the lines on this point - you're probably going to get a free pass".
& for the ones that can't read between the lines?

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Thanks for the post ticktrader. Interesting about the paid pumpers but it has had NO effect so far. Seems like a waste of money so far. The stock seems to be running at the mercy of the MM's and sentiment of the faithful. This could get to be a wild ride over the summer. Money for longs and shorts timers to be made.

Just curious, what was your impression of Bob Corr?

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quote:
Originally posted by hbbus700:
"For those that can read between the lines on this point - you're probably going to get a free pass".
& for the ones that can't read between the lines?

Fifth, for the benefit of loyal shareholders, let me add this...

The ONLY credible news/information concerning RSHN will be found in PRs released solely by RushNet. Christie Comm. (sp?) is working with RSHN, but in a different advertising capacity - newspapers, other media. ALL other news is generated by 3rd party self-interest groups. Take it for what it is - NOTHING.

And finally, before I get off my soapbox - if you believe in a company's merits, don't EVER let anyone change your mind for you. Let the company speak for itself.

Adding this... do your own dd, know what rights you have as a shareholder in any stock, and protect your investment. Selling for the benefit of allowing shorts to close their position greener just restarts the cycle. Whether anyone sells or not, you may see the price moved down. It will come back up. While it is down, ADD MORE! When you sell on the highs, keep some back, never close your entire position on a company with potential. All this - IMO.

'between the lines' - if you don't know, that's excellent!

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chklingon, my kids need to go for their concert performance in like... 5 minutes ago. I'll post for you later tonight... sorry, they're tapping feet to the beat without music right now.

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quote:
Originally posted by chklingon:
...Interesting about the paid pumpers but it has had NO effect so far. Seems like a waste of money so far. The stock seems to be running at the mercy of the MM's and sentiment of the faithful. This could get to be a wild ride over the summer. Money for longs and shorts timers to be made.

Rather than call it 'paid pumpers' I look at the activity on RSHN as a result of numerous self-interest individuals and groups. There is a stigma attached to the 'paid pump/dump' label that implies the company is responsible for the manipulation, and therefore, a scam. This is not the case with RSHN, shareholders and pps are not being adversely affected by company aberations. Instead, more buyers are coming in based on recent news developments.

Interesting to study this illegimate PR and emails - and how it was accomplished - because it was meant to have a two-way effect, which failed. You guys have guardian angels and didn't even know it. [Smile]

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Just curious, what was your impression of Bob Corr?
ch, he impressed me as being an honest man with a passion for his business. He's overwhelmed with everyone's suggestions, but continues to move forward. And, the you-need-me crowd is thick. Do you know what I mean? You buy one book online, and everyone is in your face with their 'new-improved books'.

I tried to stay the course, had a mission - which involved that paper trail - and never even asked about my own concern. Much to my own dismay, talking to Corr prevents me from opening a position on RSHN of any kind at this time.

I did ask that he read the threads here at allstocks, and identified posts that have my questions spelled out. Until I have public verification from RSHN addressing my concerns, I must continue to sit this one out.

Who knows, if he has the time, maybe he will post a 'Hey, how are ya?' to shareholders?

All just IMO.
GL all

Adding this... almost forgot (age does that, you know)... Bob Corr didn't have a negative thing to say about anyone or anything. Period. I like that.

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will start this way...

does anybody *get* what Tick is saying? I'm lost...

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I did misspell!

illegimate = illegitimate

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Hi TickTrader;
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As with all pinkies, any positive-hyped news will move the PPS of the product....the difficulty is for any pinky to sustain the elevated price, once it reaches new highs....and especially with sub-pennies the MM's have a controlling effect.
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Once there is some disclosed numbers, then I think, everyone will feel better.

syracuse, I saved the best for last - your points are too true. I agree with most of it. I'll see your 'points' and raise you one more... I think that applies to all stocks on all exchanges.

And yes, the MMs make used-car salesmen look like 'honest Joes' (no offense intended to anyone selling used-cars after trading hours). The big boys will continue to fight old/new/future regulations as long as they are able to break laws - as long as the SEC allows them to break laws. As long as they have new retail money to take.

Best companies win at the end of the day. They exist, even in pinkie land. I cut short my long-winded sermon, aren't you glad about that?

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Thank you Tick. I do understand what you are saying. Seems like most people who talk to Corr like him and find him on a "mission" about his products. He has been at this a long time. Seems like a lot of things are comming together for the first time. Many of these were outside of his ability to change. (such as the sudden emergence of "healthy drinks" and the trashing of long cherished soda's) This is such a fragile point and everything could crash back again. With luck and continued hard work, this could also finally take off and fly. As a long in this one, it is worth the gamble to wait it out and see. This monkey buisness from outside just makes it all them more difficult to call what will happen. Thanks once again.

Just a side note....Wasilla, Alaska! We have been to Alaska the past 14 summers and will be there this summer and next summer as well. Headed to Prince of Wales Island this summer and to Anchorage area next summer. In you area... Hatcher Pass.. what a great place.

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If I understand right, don't let the bad apples influence things with this company. Hold tight & let it slowly take its course as it may be a long slow ride up. But worth it
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chklingon, good point. Based on his historical contributions, Corr should be given some credit for 'making a market' and educating people. Evidence of this is easy to find online. And I'm anti-plastic, so glass suits me just fine.

hbbus, close enough. But only time will tell if our own decisions lead to a good harvest. In this case, a 'non-sense filter' is needed to reach a point where making a decision is even possible. Reasons to support or walk away from a company should have facts/merit, not manipulation. As I stated early on, my intention was to SHOW you what to look for when your fun-meter is pegged. Did it help?

ch------------ Hatcher Pass, Independence Mine Area - our chosen spot for a 'last home' once all the kids are grown. My youngest asked, "When I grow up, I'm not moving, where are you going to live?" Tells ya who's boss around here.

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Tick, I am new to all the boards in general, but have been trading stocks for over 25 years. I have made a bundle and lost a bundle. Still well in the green the last few years. These board are very problematic. Not all that hard to tell who is real, who is a high school student with a new computer and who is fresh meat.
My bigest problem has been all the back ground noise. Pumpers and dumpers with a mission. I wish I had this stuff over the years, it would really have helped on quite a few of the losers I have tried.

The make point is can RSHN survive the next few PR's. Some will not be well received and most will be what we have waited so long for. Lynch is a real problem for me. His past is VERY checkered, but not nessisarily all bad. But then so is Bob's This lynch deal brought in a bundle of new money, and also added 2B shares to the A/S. [Roll Eyes] Many feel that is a death sentence. However as a holder of a lot of SIRI which has a googleplex of shares, a mear 2.something B of float seems a bargin. All in how you look at it I guess.

Poor Robbie has really been trashed by some, especially on IHUB. Time will tell on that. Sorry to see that, but these boards can really be the wild west as I am finding out.

Great talking with you.

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chkilgon,

I know what you mean. The biggest problem I see is that on many boards people seem to waver like the wind. If it didn't happen yesterday The sky is falling. When it happens today the stock will see a dollar by end of summer. Sometimes I feel medication should be doled out to control the mood swings.

I read multiple boards just to get a perspective of how the natives are feeling. I will attempt to interject some sense of reality. I usually will take a beating for it. Hey to each his own.

I am an older man and I guess my perspective is a bit different. Having worked in different businesses over my lifetime I do understand how business works and the time frames that are involved in setting up proper distribution channels, negotiation of contracts etc, etc. Patience to me means minimum 12 months to 24 months. To many of the younger crowd it's the end of the week and can be as short as tommorrow.

IMO, Bob is setting up the foundation of RSHN. He has learned over the years how to do it properly and that it will take time. His interview on walls street news, I think that was it, told volumes. Rarely would I hold a penny much less a Pink for any duration of time but I have done enough DD to feel this is worth the chance. I would never guarantee success that would be foolish but in accessing the risk reward on RSHN I found the possible reward to outweight the risk.

I too have some reservations about Lynch and will watch developments on that front with an eagle eye. Robbie has gotten a very bad rap and I do feel for him. IMO, all he has tried to do is add his perspective and counter balance the sky is falling mentality.

The boards to me are just one indicator and I use them mostly to find new areas to do my own DD. I never take any poster's word for it. It's just a luanching pad.

Good Luck to you
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Yup Wally it is easy to watch people panic on RSHN. I have been there and done that. Usually, because I could not really aford to lose the money. Murphy has a way of sensing your agony and find a way to make it worse. On pinkies, you really do need to play with your "Vegas" money. The rewards can be great, and the agony swift and painful.

As Tick has been hinting, some of these moves lately have been pure horse hockeys. That interview was a great example of taking one step forward and one back. I did like hearing him talk, but the sad and scripted way it was done made you wonder what was going on. Who on earth scripted that hooey? The lady sounded like she was reading from a hand written script and sounded about as excited as one of my high school students. What Bob said was great, but it left you wondering about the merits of the interview.

We have a long way to go.... The next pain I am afraid is that one of the darned email campaigns will start up. I don't know if Bob is ready to PR a denial of those leaches. Every time I get one, I check the company and they are fighting back against them. They bring in foolish money and play into the hands of the MM's. Tick seems to have a great handle on this kind of crud.

I am not sure if it has sunk in yet that the brewery deal is for Bob and Lynch. I think that explains why Bob filed that sale of stock form. They are buying the place. I am not sure what that means to RSHN. It may be good to keep the debt off the books, but on the other hand, it is not in our hands. See what I mean? One step forward, one back. Ticks, concern about where the money REALLY go's is well founded. So, for now though I will believe in Bob and what seems to be forming and keep my head in the game. Still going long on a pinkie. How strange.

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You make some very good points. I do understand that the Brewery is a Bob & Lynch Joint. However RSHN will be the licensing agent of all the beverages being produced and sold. I know the actual percentages were given at one time but will have to research to find them.

That's why I was so excited about the distribution deal with Real Sodas. The featured beverage is E Water and RSHN is 100% brand owner of that beverage. For those that don't get it. It means RSHN makes more money on E Water and the water products than any of the other beverages. Also many have judged Real Sodas by the website which I feel is very unfair. Real Sodas has established customers throughout California and is also distributing in other Western States. I know their Website is up and down and there was an email posted regarding the upgrade in progress. Maybe I was one of the lucky ones who actually was able to navigate the site and read the company history as well as some of the other information. They are well established have retail outlets in thier distribution chain but also will deliver to the end user as long as the minimum purchase is made. I truly believe this to be a win win situation.

Yes, I find it odd to be long in a pinkie as well.

Good Luck
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It would be interesting to know to whom Real Sodas distributes to. Just looked at the site & all links points you to email them. Must be the upgrades.
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Not a holder of RSHN currently, was in the past however. I just wanted to pass on my knowledge of paid pumpers to all those reading.

Whenever I have seen a paid pumper on a stock(usually paid by third parties, and not the company), this usually has negative effects on the pps. Always read the fine print in any adds to see if any compensation was given to these sites. Also, many paid pumps begin after a stock has risen in pps, and is awaiting a correction in pps.

My hunches tell me that the third parties could be off shore hedge funds shorting these stocks. Many veteran stock traders bail when they see paid pumpers getting on a stock that they own as they have seen the results of price decline with their own eyes as a result of paid pumper's effects on a stock. My own opinion on these actions is that this is indirect price manipulation of a stock.

Hope my 2 cents helps any newbies.

[ June 04, 2006, 21:51: Message edited by: Peaser01 ]

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quote:
Originally posted by hbbus700:
It would be interesting to know to whom Real Sodas distributes to. Just looked at the site & all links points you to email them. Must be the upgrades.

There's no way I could list their distribution network but one of the big outlets they do distribute to is Beverages and More.

Here's a link to their site. This is the old time soda page but the handle much more than this.

http://www.bevmo.com/productlist.asp?sasrc=HomeNav&N=42+4294962234&area=more

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