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VNGNTN1
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Sometimes in the course of events an unplanned event occurs. When this event places a person in a position of wealth outside of a persons immediate control, what do you do?????????????????
For those of you "Christian" the concept of tithe might come to mind, for others a feeling of "what can I do to help "humanity"

I PLEDGE :
1-.0001% of my CMKX profit (when I take it) to
ALLSTOCKS (who provided a communication vehicle.
2-a generous amount to charitys who encourage less fortuante to improve thier lot.
3- a generous amount to research for disease.
Wouldn't it be nice for those of us so inclined to pledge an amount and let ALLSTOCKS speak for us? I would volunteer to manage an account to do this.
PLEDGE NOW and Bob Frey can save pledges which can later be acted upon. I know many of you from your posts have a big heart. Maybe we can make a difference "like our deceasced president"
Certainly would like some others to help in this effort:
GLASSMAN/UPSIDE/WWJD/and others
Please note for those of you "LUTALO" who think America is not a great country watch what happens here? I have no idea LETS SEE

GOD BLESS ALL
VAN

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Van,

I am sure your suggestion was very well intended. I do, however, feel that by naming certain "contributors" puts them "on the spot". Their needs may have completely different priorities...including what they may want to do with profits of any kind, let alone CMKX. There's a old trite saying - "Chaitiy begins at home".

Please do not take offense. None is intended.


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Van,
If in our wildest dreams CMKX goes to a dollar, I will cash out 2 million. .0001% of that is two bucks to allstocks You sure that's the percentage you wanted?

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it's all mine i tell you

mine mine mine mine mine

lol


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.0001% of $2,000,000 is $200.



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Humphrey Bogart, "Teasure of the Sierra Madres" 1948 -- Fred C. Dobbs.

quote:
Originally posted by Doji say what!!:
it's all mine i tell you

mine mine mine mine mine

lol


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quote:
Originally posted by tntrader:
.0001% of $2,000,000 is $200.


Actually, .0001% of $2,000,000 is $2 ($2,000,000 x .0001 / 100 = $2)


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Personally, the quote I prefer is

"Badges? We don' need no stickin badges!"
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NO names need be given.
No harm to generate some thought in a selfish world.
UPSIDE Yes I guess .0001 has been on the screen so long why give it up. I'm sure Bob would put it to good use maybe bring L2 to board something like that.
VAN

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I don't have enough shares to do the following, but I always thought if I had more money than I knew what to do with. I thought it would be neat to set up a new business where all of the workers shared in the profits equally. I don't mean with profit plan where you get shares in the company. I mean at the end of the year instead of just big shots getting a bonus that the profits would get divided equally with the workers.
I know I'm a BIG DREAMER!!!
But thought what a way to motivate a TEAM!!

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RD
Do it. Great Plan
VAN
PS You got to pick good people. Speak from this specific experience.

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Van-Nice thoughts. A long time ago my husband and I drew an imaginary line in the sand and called it enough. Enough for us is the financial place we are comfortable with and standard of living that we honestly felt we could call enough. Enough for me might be not enough or too much for you. So if your enough is a 6 Bedroom house on a hill with horses. Don't change the line when you get the 6 BR home and the horses. We agreed that once that line was drawn we weren't going to keep changing the line as financial belssings came our way. It is great to be content. Without recognizing what enough looks like many find themselves chasing a goal that if they catch it will still not satisfy. So here is hoping that everyone can enjoy the blessings that come their way and be satisfied.
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There was a business man who before the Great Depression gave away vast sums of money. When the market crashed and he lost all he had left, some of his acquaintances said 'Don't you regret giving all that money away?' The businessman replied 'What I gave away is all I have left'. God Bless-Debi

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But when thou doest alms, let not thy left hand know what thy right hand doeth:
That thine alms may be in secret: and thy Father which seeth in secret himself shall reward thee openly. Matthew 6:3,4

and

Withhold not good from them to whom it is due, when it is in the power of thine hand to do it. Proverbs 3:27

Works good for me.

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And my best quote of all times is

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'Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.' - Helen Keller


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quote:
Originally posted by TradingWizard:
And my best quote of all times is


Thanks for the quote. I will use it in the World Peace Concert I am promoting on Sept 11 in Calgary Alberta
mike


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quote:
Originally posted by Doji say what!!:
it's all mine i tell you

mine mine mine mine mine

lol


LOL!!! I like my charity to be secret.


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Van:
I already have some good people I would ask
to help me.You could even help me.
I'd have to have help
because I'm not very smart.
I doubt if I'll ever be able to make it
happen, unless CMKX really hits it big.
Take care!

"RD
Do it. Great Plan
VAN
PS You got to pick good people. Speak from this specific experience."


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RD
I had this same dream when Carter first took office. I had the best 4 years of income before or since also had the highest taxes. That is when I decided to live on very little & have done so ever since.
The 4 years in question I assembled a group of workers. I repaired things others built house etc.Once the first job was in the bag Noone ever turned work down,but cancelled something else.
Each job was broken down into little pieces ie:
If you found work you would get 10% commission on the labor, I did most of the estimating and received a percentage. Each person came to a creww with a predetermined skill with an hourly value.
A total of all hours worked and factored by skill rate divided the total amount. If I felt that the estimate percentage wasn't enough that week I might have to take 20 hours labor on job.
One major problem was I gave too much time away with little pay to manage the deal. Still made a lot of money.
VAN

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