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narbeh
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anybody catch this today? I got to my computer 5 minutes too late. I also neglected to dump ADZR as my instincts told me. o well, can't win'em all

how you guys like these 2 for tomorrow?

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double commas and climbing

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Sorry bud, but, You asked.....

this is the funniest PR I've ever read. good parts in bold!

NASHVILLE, TN, Feb 06, 2006 (MARKET WIRE via COMTEX) --
LoftWerks, Inc. (OTC: LFWK) today announced that it was increasing
its number of authorized shares by 300,000,000.
A company
spokesperson explained that this increased number of shares was
necessary to insure adequate capitalization, prior to LoftWerks'
planned merger with Consultech Construction Management, Inc. "We
believe that this move will help to insure shareholder dollar value
and facilitate our operations during the merger process," said
LoftWerks CEO Dennis Ammerman. "Our future partners at Consultech
have requested that we make this move in anticipation of the merger
to provide continuity in our operations. I know that it is
unorthodox in its application, but in this case, we feel that
'dilution is the solution' we need to attack this situation from both
sides of the fence." Ammerman continued, "Our financials will be out
prior to February 10, 2006. They will ensure our shareholders that
an 'out-of-the-box' response to what would normally be a steady
downward spiral to posting a shell for sale, is made and enacted by a
company that is truly ready to climb out of boxes!"

Ammerman further explained that this authorization has been done in
anticipation of a future reverse stock split
, which will be announced
well in advance and according to the best interests of all
shareholders. Consultech Director-General Petar Vucicevich expressed
his excitement regarding the upcoming merger. "We see a true
opportunity to create something really special for all of our
shareholders," he said. "This increased authorization will insure
that everything will continue to run smoothly during the pendency of
the merger process."


Funniest pr i've read in 2006 dillution is the sollution LMFAO

we are dilluting before our upcoming Reverse split, GEEZ THANKS

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what a joke! These guys must have been high when the wrote this! HA!
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Oh, that was a great laugh that I just had reading that. Are they for real??? Is this a joke? I want some of what they are smokin! lol
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d*mn it. i never saw that. so basically, i should dump asap and cut my losses. even though i didnt put much in anyways
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