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Why don't some of youse guys give them a call and do some damn DD.
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DDD.....
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Janet was in a meeting, waiting for a call back. anyone have any specific ?'s they want answered ?.......DDD !
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Grynder:

OS and float

and

On your website there is a picture of a DRC portable computer (I think that's what it is). The website mentions "Multiple third-party knowledge bases and lexicons can be readily incorporated into DRC™ including ICD9, CPT4, DSM-IV, application objects, lexicon objects, security objects and individual user preferences." Why would one want to enter medical databases into a device related to cranes?

thanks dood
let's crack this nut!


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i want to know if DR Crane is expecting Solar Turbines or any of their other clients to have contracts for the tsunami recovery efforts.
And if this is expected to result in future contracts for DR Crane similar to the one announced Dec. 2nd.

~BB


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Be nice to nail down the OS number?...I bet Boletus is close...
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boletus,
you keep mentioning this. can u give me a link to where you see it stated, and how are you certain it is for the medical field?
arent lexicons just lingo and/or special characters? that would help overseas, given the need for translation & all no?
~BB

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On your website there is a picture of a DRC portable computer (I think that's what it is). The website mentions "Multiple third-party knowledge bases and lexicons can be readily incorporated into DRC™ including ICD9, CPT4, DSM-IV, application objects, lexicon objects, security objects and individual user preferences." Why would one want to enter medical databases into a device related to cranes?


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quote:
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Grynder:

OS and float

and

On your website there is a picture of a DRC portable computer (I think that's what it is). The website mentions "Multiple third-party knowledge bases and lexicons can be readily incorporated into DRC™ including ICD9, CPT4, DSM-IV, application objects, lexicon objects, security objects and individual user preferences." Why would one want to enter medical databases into a device related to cranes?

thanks dood
let's crack this nut!


it was D R Crane that i called. I couldnt get through to the Axia group. I think you might be looking at the wrong "DRC" ? web search turns up several company's going by "Axia Group" insurance, comunications, consulting...etc....

I dont think D R Crane is going to know much about O/S and float but I'll see what they have to say about upcoming contracts, expanding to L.A. and Vegas and flood relief.....


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Betting babe:
http://www.drcrane.com/pages/4/index.htm

I entered "ICD9, CPT4, DSM-IV," into Google and got a ton of medical hits. Try it and see. It doesn't make sense to me.


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Shareholder questions for Axia go to Loyola Financial Shareholder Services...
1-800-963-6531...The person to talk to is James...He is suppose to call me back by 1:00 PM Eastern Time...Any other questions for him?

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yeah, i think they made it up and trademarked it, as in (DRC)rane

it's just "their system" ... and apparently it is what makes them special.

not to be morbid, but being able to incorporate "Multiple third-party knowledge bases and lexicons ..including ICD9, CPT4, DSM-IV, application objects, lexicon objects, security objects and individual user preferences"

..sounds more to me like they can share databases with others, say in recovery efforts, and the ICD9 is the medical "codes" that the National Center for Health Statistics uses "to code and classify mortality data from death certificates."
ick.

fyi- the original "tip" for this was "hi guys
there subsidiary D & R Crane is the reason for my tip."

~BB

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Betting babe:
http://www.drcrane.com/pages/4/index.htm

I entered "ICD9, CPT4, DSM-IV," into Google and got a ton of medical hits. Try it and see. It doesn't make sense to me.



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Multiple third-party knowledge bases and lexicons can be readily incorporated into DRC™ including ICD9, CPT4, DSM-IV, application objects, lexicon objects, security objects and individual user preferences.

it appears to me that DR crane has come up with a portable device to track and or schedule the daily activities of its user. incorporating diagnostics, diagrams, etc to facilitate repairs and or maintanance. it also appears that the unit can be programed for other industries such as medical. similar devices are already out there being used by Dr.'s for Rx and treatment tracking.if i am correct (?) this could be what we are waiting for ?

or i could still be hungover ?


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You guys are getting very excited about this.

IMO This stock is a POS. Most super sub pennies are.

Does that mean it won't move - DEFINITELY NOT. I bought millions between Wednesday and today between .0002 and .0004.
The reason it's going to move though is because of momentum, not because of the company.

It's seems there is a group or groups that have been accumulating this stock for the past couple of weeks.This is verrrrrry good.

From what I understand the target is .0012 . Buy now set your sell order in above .0015 you can change it later when we near the target.
This will help the momentum to continue.

Or sit back and just watch, but you would be better suited spending your time DD'ing something else.

GLTA - Lou

[This message has been edited by L Cypher (edited January 03, 2005).]


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it was DD this or watch Gilligans island..... : )
sit right back and you'll hear a tail.....

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CPT, ICD codes are for Medical Billing procedures submitted to insurance carriers for reimbursement........I don't believe you found a CRANE site.. JMHO


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it was DD this or watch Gilligans island..... : )
sit right back and you'll hear a tail.....


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read the entire thread pieman......
we already knew that.

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I read the entire thread prior to my first post and it is readily apparant IMHO you are still hungover LOL

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read the entire thread pieman......
we already knew that.


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huh?
the crane site/business is their wholly-owned subsidiary.
what's to believe?

"Axia Group ( AXAG ) announced today that their wholly owned subsidiary D & R Crane has signed additional contracts to upgrade and motorize two production jib cranes for Solar Turbines, a subsidiary of Caterpillar Inc. The contracts are in excess of $25,000.... yada yada press release"

~BB


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CPT, ICD codes are for Medical Billing procedures submitted to insurance carriers for reimbursement........I don't believe you found a CRANE site.. JMHO


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I just love being advised to NOT dd something by a supposed expert in super sub pennies. Makes me suspicious of that poster. Hey this may be a POS thats part of the risk. Do we have to put that we are aware of that in each post or something?

sorry for the rant to all you allstocks regulars


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quote:
Originally posted by Pieman99:
I read the entire thread prior to my first post and it is readily apparant IMHO you are still hungover LOL


its technology that their using that crosses over into other industries like medical...the device can be loaded with software to suite a specific industry.

yup, still hungover : P


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Hey pieman:
http://www.drcrane.com/pages/4/index.htm


Services

1. 24-Hour Emergency Service

2. Preventive Maintenance Programs

3. Cal/OSHA Inspection and Load Testing for Certification

4. Consulting and Design Service

5. Upgrades and Modifications to Existing Systems

6. Manufacturing and Installation of Material Handling Systems




"For our clients, Time is Money... and for that reason alone Dr.Crane has made substantial investments in technology and infrastructure to assure our clients the fastest, highest quality and best documented service in the industry. Compliance is the buzz word of the day for major manufacturing facilities and Dr.Crane is developing state of the art systems to handle all of your compliance requirements.

Every call is an emergency call at Dr.Crane. We know that you can't afford the downtime, and we respond quickly no matter what your sales or service needs are.

Joe Regan - Dr. Crane, Inc.

The DRC™ System incorporates a wealth of specific features:

Facilitate the safety documentation process.
Support the workflow of each service professional.
Enhance the provision of necessary services to the client
The DRC™ System incorporates a wealth of specific features:

Facilitate the safety documentation process.
Full-duplex bi-directional video
Still image capture
Interactive 3D database
Support the workflow of each service professional.
Enhance the provision of necessary services to the client
n Multi-Disciplinary Service Decision Support

n DRC™ provides advanced functionality including protocols, pathways, service plans, order sets, alerts, advanced directives, costing, staffing, time standards and note templates that facilitate service management, resource control and outcome management.

n Service / Manufacture Knowledge Base / Lexicon

n Multiple third-party knowledge bases and lexicons can be readily incorporated into DRC™ including ICD9, CPT4, DSM-IV, application objects, lexicon objects, security objects and individual user preferences.




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DRC™ provides advanced functionality including protocols, pathways, service plans, order sets, alerts, advanced directives, costing, staffing, time standards and note templates that facilitate service management, resource control and outcome management.

all in one hand held device.


you think maybe a Dr. or hospital or even maybe the health insurance industry would find something like this usefull ?


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Hey Guys, I think you are looking at Dr Crane not D&R Crane JMHO


Axia Group and D & R Crane
Date: Wednesday, December 01 @ 09:39:05 PST
Topic: Small Cap News


EL CAJON, Calif., Nov. 30 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Axia Group (OTC Bulletin Board: AXAG) announced today that their wholly owned subsidiary, D & R Crane, has expanded their market potential by facilitating 7 employees to be State Certified Cal-OSHA Crane Division technicians. The certifications will enable D & R Crane to perform annual load testing inspections which are required by the State of California for all cranes exceeding 3 tons in capacity. The certified technicians will enable D & R Crane to broaden their customer base to include crane certification, load testing, sling inspections and lifting fixture inspections for new and current customers.


Dawn Patrick, President of D & R Crane stated: "Most of the prevalent crane operating companies in California require that their operators and technicians be OSHA certified. Now that our employees meet those requirements, we are poised to take advantage of additional contracts in a broader customer base. The certifications are an asset both to the company and our employees."

A number of statements contained in this press release are forward-looking statements which are made pursuant to the Safe Harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. These forward-looking statements involve a number of risks and uncertainties including but not limited to, competitive market conditions, successful integration of acquisitions, and the ability to secure additional sources of financing. The actual results that Axia may achieve could differ materially from any forward- looking statements due to such risks and uncertainties.

Contact Information:
Loyola Financial Services, Inc.
Phone: 1.800.963.6513
Online Profile: http://www.4lfs.com/clientpages/clients.asp?clientsid=16
Email: drcrane@4lfs.com
Web site: http://www.drcrane.com



quote:
Originally posted by Boletus:
Hey pieman:
http://www.drcrane.com/pages/4/index.htm


Services

1. 24-Hour Emergency Service

2. Preventive Maintenance Programs

3. Cal/OSHA Inspection and Load Testing for Certification

4. Consulting and Design Service

5. Upgrades and Modifications to Existing Systems

6. Manufacturing and Installation of Material Handling Systems




"For our clients, Time is Money... and for that reason alone Dr.Crane has made substantial investments in technology and infrastructure to assure our clients the fastest, highest quality and best documented service in the industry. Compliance is the buzz word of the day for major manufacturing facilities and Dr.Crane is developing state of the art systems to handle all of your compliance requirements.

Every call is an emergency call at Dr.Crane. We know that you can't afford the downtime, and we respond quickly no matter what your sales or service needs are.

Joe Regan - Dr. Crane, Inc.

The DRC™ System incorporates a wealth of specific features:

Facilitate the safety documentation process.
Support the workflow of each service professional.
Enhance the provision of necessary services to the client
The DRC™ System incorporates a wealth of specific features:

Facilitate the safety documentation process.
Full-duplex bi-directional video
Still image capture
Interactive 3D database
Support the workflow of each service professional.
Enhance the provision of necessary services to the client
n Multi-Disciplinary Service Decision Support

n DRC™ provides advanced functionality including protocols, pathways, service plans, order sets, alerts, advanced directives, costing, staffing, time standards and note templates that facilitate service management, resource control and outcome management.

n Service / Manufacture Knowledge Base / Lexicon

n Multiple third-party knowledge bases and lexicons can be readily incorporated into DRC™ including ICD9, CPT4, DSM-IV, application objects, lexicon objects, security objects and individual user preferences.




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pieman, go to the website and click on the "services" link. there you will find the item we are talking about.
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Until the company or IR calls me with details or another PR I am at a dead end for AXAG DD.

Unless they are related to the Axia artificial lifting device which I am almost certain they are not because that would have to have been PRed. There are quite a few Axia's out there. The current one, AXAG, for me started on Oct. 22nd after the RS. They are pretty much divested of their past assets and liabilities as of now. All in my opinion which is worth what you paid for it.


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just a pocket stock to watch. didnt buy into it much anyway so i'm comfy no matter what. whats a crane company gonna do to suprise us anyway ? went in with doubts but felt like gambling. like i said it was this or the blackjack tables that morning
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quote:
Originally posted by Boletus:
I just love being advised to NOT dd something by a supposed expert in super sub pennies. Makes me suspicious of that poster. Hey this may be a POS thats part of the risk. Do we have to put that we are aware of that in each post or something?


Maybe you didin't read my post thoroughly. The only person suppossing I am an expert is you . I never claimed that title. Wether or not you DD this is up to you. I just think think there are other companies that the effort can be better spent on thereby exposing opportunity for the group.
I have been a member of this board for quite some time my freind but choose not to be here as often because of this petty banter.

FIN - Lou

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My sincere apologies to you all....Dr. Crane is a sub of D&R.........I work with CPT and ICD-9 codes and it threw me...obviously I am still hungover....too much tequila....again my apologies


quote:
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pieman, go to the website and click on the "services" link. there you will find the item we are talking about.


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its all good pieman, keep each other on our toes. i see it as yer just lookin out fer us. : )
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Good grief! This is a thread for AXAG not really anything else but if anyone wants to throw around a few tickers symbols thats fine with me. I am currently in QBID, MLON, ITDJ , MRKL, MSITF, EMBR, and AXAG (and a few others).

The reason that DR Crane may be good for AXAG pps is that AXAG will have revenues at some point presumably. I have recommended this before but no one has taken me up on it yet:
at free real time DOT com there is a link for research reports. One of those reports is from Reuters and is dated 12/29/04. The report is free if you register for free to reuters (whats one more spam email?). Inside the report an analyst has estimated earnings for the year ending February 2005. The number is larger than one number and is in millions (millions). The OS share count is messed up and different on just about every site probably due to the RS on 10/22/04 and the subsequent filing that readjusted preffered class c shares.

I will not reveal the numbers because I have ethics and I believe the Reuters report to be propriatary information only for Reuters subscribers. Don't mean to be a jerk at all. I am just trying to make some money through research and luck and appreciate the help I get from fellow posters on this and other stocks. Thank you all! BIG !!


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holding EFSF, PHXI, USXP, CICI and of course the ever popular AXAG. i really like EFSF, they have some great new products going through EPA right now and I think will do well in 2005. PHXI is looking more and more appealing but has gone somewhat flat the last couple of weeks. cant understand why since they just opened internet wagering for 100 tracks.

totally understand your position boletus.

best of luck to all in '05


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Wait a minute, didn't most of us get into this because of InsidersTip supposed tip??? I think we got hosed...
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Insider tip - if you know somthing more tell us, were you at!!!!
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heres a tip,...buy TNT. i guarentee it'll go BOOM, through the roof ! : ) LOL
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Now that made me lol

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