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IMO not much news till 2days after the 3%buy

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Congratulations on your gift! I joined July 23, 2004, so I'm not exactly new...

It's good to see that you value your thoughts slightly higher than the current PPS!

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Respect doesn't come by what you say but how you say it. Plenty of new faces in here. I can see through you all, social engineers, liars and regular folk alike, it's my gift. I wont share my thoughts because they're worth about .002 cents.



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IMO... we will probably get another buy back announcement 2 days after the 3% buy! =)

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No thats incorrect. The 6 billion was used to secure a loan making the o/s 15.5 billion. Well a/s was 15 billion so they had to raise it because of the 6 billion restricted shares. And to be on the safe side they raised it to 50 billion A/S for take over protection. That had nothing to do with issued shares. The o/s or issued shares at its high was 15.5 billion. In Dec. They bought back 1 billion shares and in Feb 2005 Frank retired 1 billion of his shares making the O/S 13.5 Billion with 6 billion of that being restricted for a loan guarentee. So current buyback is off the 13.5 billion o/s.

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The 50 billion shares were autherized to secure a loan to buy back 3% of the original 15 billion shares?



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The gapup on revenue creating new news will be followed by a pr weeks later. but you will be happy to hear it anyway. unless you sold on the spike and either dont care anymore, or want it to go back down. OR the gap down, have to go legit huh, better sell off before we have to report, or dwindle dwindle darn, cya. its my company... you cant have it
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Hello all...just thought I'd pop out of lurk mode briefly. I'm jealous of anyone who is able to buy at these levels. I bought all that I could during one of the last big runs. Unfortunately, I need to see .013 to break even. I have to believe that this thing has to run, at least to just under a penny, like it did last time, in the coming weeks. That'll be a nice return at these levels! QBID is due!

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U4 Here is a stock you can sink your teeth in...


NEW INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY…

I would like to take a moment to tell all of my new friends here about an investment opportunity that’s floated by me recently. I’m considering selling all my QBID stock and investing in this new venture. I really think you would find this a swimmingly good investment as I have done much DD to insure the strength of this unsinkable stock. Let me introduce you to Titanic Industries. (Symbol SUNK on the North Atlantic Exchange). Many years ago Titanic launched with much fanfare. Having left the docks of corporate England, it set sail into the dark and murky world of international commerce. Its industrial engines roared to life as it set a course to dominate the world of shipping. At that time Titanic was a bit naive as to the impediments along the course to success. The CEO at the time was rather stern in his desire to go “full steam ahead” in an attempt to get ahead of the competition. This mismanagement caused a great conflagration with Berg industries (COLD on the North Atlantic Exchange). While Titanic was hot to trot, Berg’s management style was quite the opposite. Berg would rather stay put and go with the flow. Titanic endeavored to skirt Berg but Berg’s CEO was a cold minded sort and would not budge from his position. Inevitably, these two were bound to clash. COLD’s hidden assets would prove to be overwhelming and would inevitably undercut Titanic’s lack of foresight meaning more than a casual brush with Berg.

It was a clear moonless night when these two giants, both positioned on the North Atlantic Exchange, came into contact with one another. Destiny brought them together and it was Titanic Industries who buckled. Quickly, Titanic came to a halt. It’s massive engines of industry stopped and Titanic stood still while looking upon Berg industries as the obvious victor in this industrial battle. Berg was little scathed while Titanic, in a flood of hopelessness, had to expel many of its employees into the cold and release its customers to fend for themselves. The rapid progress that Titanic was making came to an embarrassing and abrupt standstill. The remaining staff attempted to help, but to no avail. Quickly Titanic took on massive debt and started to settle into its new position as a dilution process began. The problem with this strategy was that it weighed Titanic down causing its stock to sink precipitously. The downward plunge continued until it hit rock bottom.

SUNK is in a negative state of buoyancy and their prospects for the foreseeable future does not look positive. This having been said, it is very impressive how far SUNK had traveled prior to meeting Berg. After that COLD encounter SUNK’s float quickly dried up and was reported to be nonexistent. When compared to QBID, SUNK’s float has bottomed out. All current assets are now owned by Davy Jones Enterprises (DEAD on the North Atlantic Exchange). These ghostly remains can be had for bargain prices.

I’ve conducted much DD and have found SUNK shares to be languishing at the depths of gloom for many years. Broken and shattered its stock has been collecting barnacles while unnoticed by the outside world until relatively recently. Some have gone about the task of rediscovering Titanic and they have been met with success. In the vast ocean of commerce, they have found a company in a high state of liquidity. The ebb and flow of the corporate world has found SUNK in shambles, its pieces are strewn about the floor of the economy. Though no one is currently at the helm, it is still relatively intact.

Titanic’s nemesis, Berg Industries, seems to have disappeared. Its assets have melted away and Berg poses no threat to the resurrection of Titanic Industries. Though the vertical movement of SUNK pps seems Herculean, the solution can be easily handled by a large infusion of capital and the Titanic Industries flagship would be on the float once again.

After much research I have determined that there is nowhere for Titanic to go but up. It is at the bottom of its earnings curve and some pieces could be brought up from the dismal depths of despair and into the light to be sold for a handsome profit.

Although Titanic’s former investors fate sank on that memorable night, its share value is at a rock bottom price. The down side is negligible and the upside potential is only limited by its current state of liquidity. The removal of Titanic’s large quantity of liquid assets should buoy its framework and allow it to steam ahead.

No one has herd from Titanic Industries in many years, although it still enjoys strong name recognition. With your investment, we can bring this stately industrial wreck back to the surface from the doldrums it currently rests in.

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quote:
Originally posted by DIGDOUGH:
B/L, WKRP?

DIG
Not sure what you mean . . . ?

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To King Crimson,
King, thank-you for your response, I reviewed everything you suggested. My speculation (from my first post still stands) and only time will tell if I am right or wrong. My intention was to invoke speculation nothing else (if Frank continues to own 51+% of QBID he can do anything he wants with QTN). I personally think something is wrong with a board that dose not allow the negative aspects/possible hidden company agendas to be discussed. This thread reminds me of the “first group” the travelers encountered in the novel “Watership Down”, (have not read the book?, just think of Ken Lay and Enron).

Today’s announcement did not reassure my confidence in qbid, and I let Richard know it.

Mr. Brown,
The P/R announcement today re. the 3% buy back appears to be lacking ethical/professional concern for myself as a long term investor. Considering you made a buy back announcement at the end of April and never announced the completion of it, then made the announcement of a 3% buy back today, leaves me wondering if this announcement is connected to the April buy back. It would have been much more professional to link the two transactions together or announce the completion of the first buy back, before embarking on another. Without any type of conclusive information, do you not realize, you are making QBID look like a typical pump & dump operation.

Concerned Investor

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quote:
Originally posted by Maestro232:
5 stars for U4

Maestro
Are you serious?

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quote:
Originally posted by Fullerton-Titan:

Today’s announcement did not reassure my confidence in qbid, and I let Richard know it.

Mr. Brown,
The P/R announcement today re. the 3% buy back appears to be lacking ethical/professional concern for myself as a long term investor. Considering you made a buy back announcement at the end of April and never announced the completion of it, then made the announcement of a 3% buy back today, leaves me wondering if this announcement is connected to the April buy back. It would have been much more professional to link the two transactions together or announce the completion of the first buy back, before embarking on another. Without any type of conclusive information, do you not realize, you are making QBID look like a typical pump & dump operation.


Your email was much more "nice" than mine.....

I am sure that Richard has a ton of emails from Pi$$ed off investors..... this PR was really stupid of them to release IMHO! Unless they release something much better tomorrow... we will be dropping a couple ticks! The sell off today is proof of that! I holding on... but I don't know how much more of this I can take!

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G-invest SAID
QTN is a wholly owned subsidiary of TMM.
MTV is a wholly owned subsidiary of Viacom.
Kmart is a wholly owned subsidiary of Sears Holdings.
America Online, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Time Warner Inc.
Need I continue?
The argument that Triangle Multimedia doesn't actually own Q Television Network is based solely on the fact that Frank owns 53% of the shares of TMM and can sell Q Television Network to someone else.
One person owning controlling interest in a corporation is so commonplace in US companies that I won't even justify this argument with a response. If it bothers you that we're remaining quiet, you should first look over the reason why we aren't responding.


What?? your joking right? Name a major corp. where one individual owns the controlling shares.

By the way Kmart owns Sears, Kmart went B/K share holders got nothing, and with a new investment group kmart has become what it is today.

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Barchart is looking really grim....

70% sell opinion... next support is 15!

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"gulp"

quote:
Originally posted by FatherOfTwo:
Barchart is looking really grim....

70% sell opinion... next support is 15!



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I've been reading the board most of the day at work today. I have not seen anyone mention Cheryl Jacques personal website as of yet.

I've snipped this from her "about" page on her website:

Jacques is an official political commentator for Q Television. She appears weekly with her own segment called "Political IQ". Q Television Network is a subscriber based network with programming which broadcast 24 hours per day, 7 days per week all across the United States.

http://www.cheryljacques.org/about.html

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oh pleasee this is old crap that you are cut and pasting yet again. Get a life man.


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Originally posted by U4TSAF2:
Yet, Triangle Multi-Media, Inc. is a publicly traded company. Its stock, symbol QBID, is traded on the NASDAQ pink sheets. Stockholders purchase the stock on the basis of the promised Triangle Television Network. In reality, none of these stock-holders own any part of the network. This would appear to be a massive stock fraud. Also, this is a non-reporting company.

We have long suspected that Triangle and other companies operated by Frank Olsen from the 1000 E. Tahquitz Canyon, Palm Springs, are nothing more than pump and dump stock scams. The QBID stock, in fact, has been recently pumped by a number of promoters paid in hundreds of thousands of shares of QBID stock. Many of these pumpers operate on QBID bulletin boards on stock sites trying to entice individuals into purchasing this stock. Many of the individuals
purchasing this stock are gay/lesbian.

GLINN is issuing this message as a warning and an invitation to the gay/lesbian media to investigate this for themselves and develop news articles for their readers.



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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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Thanks for the link! That's a reassuring read.

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Originally posted by djequipment:
I've been reading the board most of the day at work today. I have not seen anyone mention Cheryl Jacques personal website as of yet.

I've snipped this from her "about" page on her website:

Jacques is an official political commentator for Q Television. She appears weekly with her own segment called "Political IQ". Q Television Network is a subscriber based network with programming which broadcast 24 hours per day, 7 days per week all across the United States.

http://www.cheryljacques.org/about.html



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there is always a chance. but i have to stick with Franks promise not to r/s this baby while he is at the helm

so if a sale is what caused this to run then it is entirely possible.

We have nothing that can prove it will or it wont.

my guess is if it where to happen it would be as we move to a new exchange.

in which case the value will increase proportionately.

Rod

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Have been a long investor with this stock since last year and got in at .0003.When the stock went to .028 sold half and got back in to increase shares!Have been reading all your opinions,posts etc for close to 1 year 1/2!Have a ton of respect to all with the research that you do to make us all feel on this board that a Vegas trip is possible!Just to name a few Doc,Fot2,Whiz,Rod,win,fly,bl,kev,gvest just to name a few and many more!Thanks!And a special thanks to "Highlander" where if it wasn't for people like him or herself where would we be today!My question to this board of investors of "Q" just like myself!Whats the possibility of this stock doing a RS on us right before take off?
Thanks for your opinions!



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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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We are already on it my friend

quote:
Originally posted by WinsumLosesum:
quote:
Originally posted by BlackWidow:
To me, it seems we have some potential information now. The PR commits (whatever their commitments mean [Frown] ) to a solid figure~3% of O/S. As we know the rule about when buybacks are permitted, it would seem that we could come up with a ballpark O/S. No?

Good point, BW. It seems like simple math now.

I remember the part about buying back 10 minutes up til the close and then after hours, but can't they slip a few in during the day, too?

Maybe we could get someone to keep track of ANY 9M block that goes through at any part of the day, just in case. My Ameritrade "Last Sale" only keeps track of the last 20 trades, then the 21st one disappears. Plus, I'm not at the computer all day.

Any volunteers?

(Shhh... We're hunting the wild 9M bwock twades. Be vewwy, vewwy quiet...) [Cool]



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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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Take care of your self over there. Bud.

good luck and thanks for your service both here and in the forces.

our thoughts will be with you.

Rod

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Originally posted by airdoo:
just wanted to let everyone know this will prob be my last post for a long time. i'll be in kuwait for four+ months. i won't be selling before i leave so hopefully when i get back we'll see more than a dollar a share. but i'd be happy with ten cents. good luck to you all.



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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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Hey!

RiskMetrics down to 513!!!!!

That's the lowest it's been since... [Wink]

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quote:
Originally posted by U4TSAF2:

OCT O4: ISSUED ANOTHER 50-BILLION.

TOTAL 71-BILLION SHARES.

U4TSAF2:
Do you even have any idea of what the definition of "authorized shares" is? It means, the amount of shares that can be issued. He didn't issue 50 billion shares, he is authorized to issue up to that amount. Before that the authorized shares were 15 billion and they had 14 billion outstanding. He needed money for the gay games so he issued another 6 billion. In order to do that he had to ask that they increase the authorized shares to 50 billion.

IMHO, Frank's #3 priority (if they can't pass a five year audit) should be (#1 carriers, #2 pass full audit and move to OTC BB or AMEX) to get the authorized shares back down to 15 billion (so people know he can't be over that). In none of the posts from people who have met Frank do I get the idea that he truly cares about our investments. Sure, he'll talk good to you if you're excited for the company, but he won't respond to legitimate investor concerns. I'd like to see him list what QBID's current priorities are. Right now, everything is a "top priority". I want to see the order, and I want to see him set deadlines.

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anyone know what the real O/S is? 3% of what? Obviously, Frank and friends know to issue a statement like that...anyone? Thanks...

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Obviously, this isn't correct:
http://www.pinksheets.com/quote/company_profile.jsp?symbol=QBID
1.2+billion

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Geez, "just when you think that you have heard it all along comes another story".

I attended a medical lunch today and most of these old docs are in their late 60's to mid 70's present company excluded. Well it appears that they were recently (10 of them) at a medical seminar in Palm Springs. They said that in every newspaper they opened there were ads for Q Television, on the streets they saw signs and during the Pride Festival even more signs.

Now these guys have to be the most homophobic group of MD's that I have ever met, they were still making remarks about the ads and the Gay's getting their TV.

However, it appears that these guys have seen a great opportunity to make some bank. All of them are well invested in the stock market and after their trip to Palm Springs it seems that they feel QBID is a great investment.

Now they are walking around the medical complex asking each other if they had their "QBID" today.
Apparently, they have bought on the average 1-2 mil shares each and have the confidence that this will pay them big. Doctors usually only invest in non-pink stock and triple their investments [Smile] So this is a first for them.

And I though that I heard it all, they were knocked off their feet when I told them that I have been holding for well over a year and the number of shares that I hold. I would bet that they call their brokers in the morning. You would be surprised if you knew just who has shares in this baby "Q".

GO QBID!!!!!! Bring On The Green [Big Grin] QBID has a whole new meaning for them.

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quote:
What?? your joking right? Name a major corp. where one individual owns the controlling shares.
BRK.A
Berkshire Hathaway
Warren Buffet & Susan Thompson (deceased)

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If there was no dilution in 2005 and Frank retired the one billion shares from his personal shares as he stated he would in Feb. then the O/S should be 13.5 billion. Thats 6 billion restricted + 3.9 Billion Frank + 3.6 Billion float.


quote:
Originally posted by Marty:
anyone know what the real O/S is? 3% of what? Obviously, Frank and friends know to issue a statement like that...anyone? Thanks...



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Thanks Ric.....sent an email to OTR, their TA, which is info at transfer dot com asking them as well...I'll post if they respond....thanks

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It was PR'd in Feb 2004 the O/S was 7.5 Billion (3.6 Billion float)

O/S was raised in April 2004 to 9.5 billion shares (1 billion sold on market, one billion for frank to maintain control)

O/S was raised in June 2004 to 15.5 Billion (6 Billion restricted for collateral on loan)

OS was lowered in Dec 2004 to 14.5 Billion (1 billion share buyback)

Frank promised he would retire in Feb. 1 Billion of his shares since he still would have majority after retirement.

O/S should be 13.5 Billion if nothing was added this year as far as dilution. (6 Billion restricted + 3.9 Frank + 3.6 Billion float)

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Thanks Ric,
Good stuff as always [Wink]

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Just think, Frank did a good job at raising money last year. He sold 1 billion shares at around .01 which is 10 million dollars. He bought back the 1 billion shares at around .0025 in Dec. for 2.5 million.

Thats a profit of 7.5 Million dollars for all that wonder were some of the revenue came from last year to get on air. Most pinksheet CEO's would have left it alone and not bought the billion shares back.

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So, if I'm not mistaken, the buyback should be
405 million, (3% of 13.5 billion), leaving 13.1+/- billion. If the company was worth 50 million, that SHOULD make the per share value around .0037.....give or take...should be interesting with financial news [Wink]

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You also figure that Frank can retire equal amounts after the buyback and still maintain control. Really with the extra he has in change you could figue that he may end up shaving 1 billion off the O/S.

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nice.....would love to see the financials on this, and we SHOULD soon [Wink] It would certainly put all the nay sayers out to pasture, and everyone else in Vegas...LOL....

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BTW....if my calculations are correct, based on Ric's above posted share count, that would make the value of the company around 24.3 million...I would say it's under valued, but we'll see [Wink] .....

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