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rod you are hillarious!!!! you just keep that positive thinking and you will see great things.

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What a great week for the Q!

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agree fly... looking forward to next week.

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Rumor says that this stock might hit .40 next week on some outrageous news. No criticism please. Like I said it's just a rumor. [Big Grin]
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.4 sweet...

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I like the sounds of that rumour!! $0.40 next week, no complaints from me for that!!

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just curious, where did you hear this rumour?? please provide url if possible. RB?

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Just things people hear through the grape vine.

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just curious, where did you hear this rumour?? please provide url if possible. RB?


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are you sure it is a grape vine, and not a marijuana plant [Smile]

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Just a quick note. I am very new to trading and want you all to know how much I have learned over the last few months. I couldn't put a price on it. Haven't really felt comfortable enough to post. Thank you 1big, Ric, Lil, BB, Fly, and anybody else I may have forgotten. I'll be lurking......

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Just hope it's true because im getting tired of having to go to work everyday. [Roll Eyes]
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Just had a thought
What if!!
I think that someone at the Q should be wearing a t-shirt with the word "GENIUS" on it.
Think about it "Good morning gay America???!!!
ABC...please get really pissed off!
Announce it to the world that you have no association with Q bid...heavens forbid!
Association with the "gay community" !!

Bring it on ABC...how about a 10 minute segment just to make sure your viewers are not confused...
Please don't forget the 6 clock news...that would be a good time to tell the world...HEHEHE
I wonder...how much thought went into this title.....what a grand idea that was!!!
Frank and the boys probably sat around laughing all day about the attention and free advertising this would bring...Frank probably isn't planning to use it but what a hell of a way to get some attention! I think this was well thought out, attourneys consulted, friggen genius way to get the attention that Q deserves.
I think it's funny and I think it worked...now I'll just sit back and wait for Natl.TV to clear up the confusion.......maybe will never happen...but what if?

By the way..who came up with the name Qbiddians (I spellled that wrong I think) I like it!


"It's alright to have butterflies in your stomach.
Just get them to fly in formation"
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Don't think I saw this posted on here. Interesting.
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Viacom puts gay cable channel on hold
Peter Marchese, Gay.com / PlanetOut.com Network
published Tuesday, January 4, 2005
The Showtime and MTV networks' proposed all-gay, 24-hour cable television channel missed its spring launch date, and now the vaunted project's future is in jeopardy.
Last November, an internal memo from Showtime and MTV was leaked on the Internet, touting the impending development of the channel, called "Outlet." Viacom, the parent company of both cable networks, confirmed Outlet as a reality with a probable second-quarter 2003 launch.

However, eight months later, Outlet has been placed on hold indefinitely, allegedly due to the poor state of the economy.

After being questioned by the Gay.com/Planetout.com Network, Showtime said in a statement that "due to the current economic climate, the timetable has slowed down for the development of a new network dedicated to programming to the gay and lesbian audience. We will keep the media informed of new developments."

Both the economic climate in the United States and the impact of the war in Iraq have been used as reasons by many media companies for scaling back spending on new ventures.

Viacom has made significant investments, however, in recent months. In April, Viacom purchased complete control over Comedy Central from AOL Time Warner for $1.125 billion dollars. And, just weeks ago, Viacom launched the new men's television outlet Spike TV. Viacom puts gay cable channel on hold

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published Tuesday, January 4, 2005

On the other hand, the company cut staff by 20 percent at Comedy Central last month and 10 percent at Showtime in May, according to Reuters.

Meanwhile, other cable stations are positioned to capitalize on the gay audience. NBC-owned Bravo is launching two gay-oriented shows this month, including "Boy Meets Boy," a gay "Bachelor"-like show, and "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy," in which five gay men give a straight guy new style.

But programming for Outlet was supposed to cover much more ground than a few gay-themed shows. The channel was slated to cover everything from gay-themed films, documentaries and television series already in existence to new programming, reaching out to both broad and niche audiences, as well as GLBT news.

With programming like "Queer as Folk" and the upcoming "The L Word," which explores the lives of a group of Los Angeles lesbians, Showtime already attracts gay and lesbian TV viewers from around the nation.

Scott Seomin, entertainment media director from the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD), said he believes there is still room for a gay channel.

"Cable television is about niche marketing, and there are other cable networks that serve other minorities," Seomin told the Gay.com/PlanetOut.com Network. "We (at GLAAD) are hoping that a network serving the gay community is in our future."

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I think rumors are going to kill us all. The pre christmas rumors, the after christmas rumors and then the New Years rumors. When people get there hopes up too often then they give up.

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My hopes have been up since I bought in and that was in July 2003. Im still here holding strong.

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I think rumors are going to kill us all. The pre christmas rumors, the after christmas rumors and then the New Years rumors. When people get there hopes up too often then they give up.

Ric


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i think this newest rumor is so outrageous that few will actually get their hopes up for it. i mean really think about it. i'm not saying .40 next week is IMPOSSIBLE but it is certainly IMPROBABLE.

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Dare to believe.....

Good timber does not grow with ease,,
the stronger the wind, the stronger the tree.
qted/J.Willard Marriott

Go Q!

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quote:
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i think this newest rumor is so outrageous that few will actually get their hopes up for it. i mean really think about it. i'm not saying .40 next week is IMPOSSIBLE but it is certainly IMPROBABLE.

Hey, let's just not drop any further
some gain would be nice though..
I too think .40 is a bit high...
at least not next week. But hey, if it happens, I won't complain!

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If news comes out that we have a new carrier I think we would have a chance of hitting .40 I have seen stocks go up for the strangest reasons so nothing seems to amaze me anymore. But I always keep in mind that its only a rumor.

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i think this newest rumor is so outrageous that few will actually get their hopes up for it. i mean really think about it. i'm not saying .40 next week is IMPOSSIBLE but it is certainly IMPROBABLE.


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I think rumors are going to kill us all. The pre christmas rumors, the after christmas rumors and then the New Years rumors. When people get there hopes up too often then they give up.

Ric

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Think I'll buy more on monday....

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I get your point sorry I mentioned it. If you want I will remove the post.

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I think rumors are going to kill us all. The pre christmas rumors, the after christmas rumors and then the New Years rumors. When people get there hopes up too often then they give up.

Ric


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quote:
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Think I'll buy more on monday....

My order is in for Monday...

What is a man without a dream?
AWAKE!! Just made that one up...not bad eh?

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Looking over charts and they are interesting to say the least. Some indicators say down and some say that we will trade sideways. But at least the RSI is showing we are hitting the oversold mark. I think if it drops below 30 then we can have a turnaround. Hopefully soon.

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Sorry i don't know how that happened Cash. Wasn't meaning anything. It just happened somehow. Don't know why.

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I get your point sorry I mentioned it. If you want I will remove the post.



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Need to get used to new buttons I guess, lol. I hate you can't edit after a few minutes. If you didn't see an error till laster you can't correct it without new post.

Ric

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Do you think it will dip into the high .003's on Monday? Any thoughts on when we will start to move back up?

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I know Q wasn't mentioned per name in this article but it says alot about pinksheets role in the new rule on reporting shorts.

Ric


DJ Nasdaq, Other Exchanges Publish Threshold Sec. Lists

01/08/2005
Dow Jones News Services
(Copyright 2005 Dow Jones & Company, Inc.)



By Carol S. Remond

A Dow Jones Newswires Column


NEW YORK (Dow Jones)-Major U.S. stock exchanges have now published their first so-called threshold lists as required by the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Under a new SEC regulation known as Reg SHO, stock exchanges have to make public daily lists of securities with large amounts of failure to deliver on settlement date. Reg SHO went into effect on Jan. 3.

The New York Stock Exchange and the American Stock Exchange made their first respective threshold lists available to the public as required by the SEC before midnight Friday. But Nasdaq, which has to keep track of a far larger number of securities, was about 10 hours late reporting its list.

The threshold lists were highly awaited by market participants because once a security gets on one, it will become harder and more expensive to sell short the stock, and that will likely translate into a higher trading price.

So far, lists provided by NYSE and AMEX appear to indicate that failures to deliver stock on settlement date is not a large problem for securities trading on the two exchanges. The NYSE list totals 73 securities, 9 of which represent the common stock of U.S. companies. The AMEX list is also relatively modest with 70 securities listed, 22 of which are the common shares of individual companies.

The list provided by Nasdaq is much larger, however. Nasdaq's threshold list was most anticipated by traders and investors since it covers mostly small-cap stocks - some of which are fairly illiquid and heavily shorted - that are most likely to have high levels of failures to deliver on settlement date.

So far, Nasdaq's list includes 379 stocks: 54 trading on Nasdaq's national market, 42 on its small-cap market, 29 on the Over-the-Counter Bulletin Board, and 254 companies trading on the unregulated Pink Sheets.

Nasdaq's list is far from complete as it stands.

Under Reg SHO, Nasdaq is supposed to report large failures to deliver for all companies trading on the Pink Sheets, which under SEC rules are "reporting companies."

But a spokeswoman for the exchange said Friday that out of the 1,300 reporting Pink Sheets companies, Nasdaq would only be able to report on about 235 for which it had received current information on shares outstanding. (That number likely went up overnight, since 254 Pink Sheet companies were found over the threshold defined by Reg SHO as of Saturday morning).

The Nasdaq spokeswoman wasn't immediately available to say whether the Nasdaq list covers all 3,218 securities trading on the Over-the-Counter Bulletin Board. There are about 3,500 securities trading on Nasdaq's national and small-cap markets.

Non-reporting Pink Sheet companies are not covered by Reg SHO. NASD is currently working on a SHO-like rule that would cover non-reporting Pink Sheet companies.

Nasdaq could face severe difficulties meeting its obligation to report on all reporting Pink Sheet companies, given the complete lack of information and transparency on that trading venue. For example, CMKM Diamonds Inc. (CMKX), a Pink Sheet company with an estimated 800 billion shares outstanding, is a reporting company under SEC rules. The company has refused to tell even its shareholders how many shares are outstanding and has told its transfer agent not to share that information. As it stands, it will be impossible for Nasdaq to calculate whether CMKM meets the threshold as defined by Reg SHO.

In a short sale, a security not owned by the seller is sold in anticipation of a decrease in the stock price. Under existing NASD and NYSE rules, firms generally have to locate securities before accepting a short sale, a process known as affirmative determination. Brokerage firms also have to borrow a security or be able to provide it for delivery on demand on settlement date, three days after the transaction. If a firm cannot deliver the securities by settlement, a failed trade is entered into the Continuous Net Settlement, or CNS, a system administered by the National Securities Clearing Corp., or NSCC.

Reg SHO, among other things, aims to have these failed trades settled, mostly by clearly identifying securities with a high threshold of failed deliveries. Under Reg SHO, threshold securities are defined by two criteria: There are at least 10,000 shares in aggregate failed deliveries for the security for five consecutive settlement days, and these fails constitute 0.5% or more of outstanding shares.

Under Reg SHO, brokers who fail to deliver a security for 13 consecutive settlement days will have to execute mandatory buy-in to clean the fails. If the broker cannot buy-in the security, it and its clients will be restricted from further selling short the security without a "pre-borrow agreement."

(Carol S. Remond is an award-winning columnist and one of four who write the "In The Money" feature. Most recently, she shared a 2003 Best of Business Award from the Society of Business Editors and Writers for her role in Dow Jones' team coverage of the Canary Capital mutual fund trading scandal.)


-By Carol S. Remond; Dow Jones Newswires; 201-938-2074; carol.remond@dowjones.com


(END) Dow Jones Newswires

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this new ruling sounds good and all but it loks like it still is going to do nothing to CMKM as long as they continue to keep the share counts secret.

This looks like it is going to be amajor headache to the NASDAQ.

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Dont buy or sell on my opinions, do your research. Make sure you know what you are buying before you buy.

This is a non reporting pink sheet with very high risk. From high risk comes high rewards.
Dont invest more then you can afford to lose.

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Its nice to see the Q NOT on the SHO list. [Smile] Although I noticed a few that I've traded in the past week on the list. Dough!

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FYI FOLKS - THE SECOND LINK IS NOT WORK OR KID SAFE!!!!!

Otherwise - excellent links! Thanks.


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THE WORD IS SPREADING LIKE WILD NOW. BUT IT'S STILL NOTHING COMPARED TO WHAT OUR FUTURE WILL BE LIKE.


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Just a little message. Don't invest what you can't afford to loose. Good Luck.

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Good Morning Gay America: Could it be "RuPaul" who will be the host. He is currently Co- Hosting a Radio Gay talk Show out of NY and has been wanting a more visible role in the gay community as in television.

Just speculation [Big Grin]

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This is fun: Ric you moved into 10th. But here's the 21st - 40th place members.

21. firefly - 1362

22. Dardadog - 1352

23. Malloy - 1296

24. penny-trader - 1242

25. lilpennypincher - 1232

26. Booty Quest - 1210

27. $CashMaker$ - 1196

28. WWJD-thru-me - 1186

29. denzen - 1173

30. GREGDOGG - 1171

31. futuresobjective - 1153

32. bill1352 - 1152

33. The Hippo - 1142

34. kbpkt - 1086

35. old mullet - 1081

36. rickpic - 1072

37. PAUL - 1056

38. Jeremy - 1051

39. TradingWizard - 1018

40. emunahstock - 969

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too funny,, 1big. lol

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