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QBID'n
You have a PM.

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Hey airdoo,
When you were over there in Kuwait, ever end up down in Khobar near Dhahran?

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quote:
Originally posted by Jennifercd10:
Oh just give it a few days.

In the meantime...

Ok, I’ll try to give a sub figure by New Years.
RCN…22K in March grows to 40 add Chicago 10K = 50K
TW… NYC 25K
Syracuse 10K
Rochester 10K
Maine 15K
Bright House 10K
Cox 5K

Total 150K

Am I high or low? Which ones would you increase or decrease?

I would increase NYC,,,I don't know about the others...but 25K out of 8 million people?

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quote:
Originally posted by Monopoly Money:
HAHAH... okay you got me... i shall call a temporary truce for now ... So ill catch back up with you after xmas... Happy TURKEY DAY, in case i dont get back on the board.

MM
We'll call it a draw for now. Take a break and enjoy the holidays ... and don't forget to pet the turkey. It's almost like a monkey. [Big Grin]

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Hey gang,
check out the new map!

We slowly begin to take over the world! MWAHAHAHA!

http://qtelevision.com/site/Home/SubscriptionInformation/tabid/96/Default.aspx

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I don't know about that. I mean I know I could be classified as a pumper in some regards, but I do believe in the company. I wouldn't tell anyone to buy in right now though unless they are doing what I am doing and averaging down. But I have seen plenty of posters, including die hard longs, rave negatively about this stock in the past. Especially recently with the A/S increase. Some of them have even posted repeatedly that they have bailed out of it. They weren't banned for saying Frank lied and screwed them. They said their peace and that was it.

I haven't been on this board for that long, but I think in this case it isn't what has been said as much as how things have been said.

[ November 22, 2005, 00:23: Message edited by: Bob Frey ]

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LOL!!! The attack thread!! It's like pizzin' in the wind in here!!!! Didn't anyone make any holiday money yet??? Sheesh....

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So i get home tonight.......

I see 5 pages on allstocks and think, Right on, QBID released a major PR or their audit...

LMAO..HAHAAHAHAHH

and all i get is 5 pages of message board banter. except i think hosstrader posted a good link to the updated subscription page. thanks hoss!

i was excited too. oh well, hope it was an interesting conversation you guys had

oh and i think jenn had some insightful posts, thanks jenn!

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Birth Of A Gay Media Empire

by Michael Wilke

The two largest gay media companies, LPI Media and PlanetOut, have merged in search of circulation and advertising growth, creating a single company now controlling the biggest national gay magazines, The Advocate and OUT, and web sites Gay.com and PlanetOut.com.

The move creates simpler access to the gay market for big advertisers, and presents a balance to the new but powerful gay TV network LOGO from major media company Viacom. PlanetOut executives say their merger can drive growth to the circulations of their print titles, and bring deeper content to their web sites. Meanwhile, others have some concerns about the narrowing of independent media voices in the community.

San Francisco based PlanetOut Inc. purchased LPI Media Inc. for $24 million in cash and $7.1 million in seller-financed debt on Nov. 9, nearly doubling the company's revenue and edging up PlanetOut's stock price (the clever ticker name is LGBT). They promise no layoffs as LPI becomes a subsidiary of PlanetOut.

The same acquisition was originally explored in 2000 but crumbled. Since then, competition has grown with the arrivals of Viacom and Sirius Satellite Radio, and Window Media consolidating Genre and gay newspapers in DC, New York, Atlanta, Houston, and South Florida.

Due to heavy monthly traffic and 3.5 million active members, Mark Elderkin, president of PlanetOut, says the company recently helped grow circulation for Men's Fitness, Details, Instinct and Genre magazines by a combined 100,000 subscriptions, something now planned for OUT and The Advocate, which have never had more than 136,000 readers each.

"This is an amazing opportunity to drive our circulation that we wouldn't have been able to do through direct mail," says Joe Landry, now senior vice president, publisher of LPI. Ad price increases remain an unknown.

For itself, PlanetOut recently attracted new advertisers not in gay magazines, including Sears Roebuck & Co. and DaimlerChrysler's Dodge Charger and Crossfire.

Advertiser Reaction

"I think it's a defensive reaction to LOGO," observes John Nash, who guides Subaru of America in the gay market, president of Moon City Productions. Nash feels optimistic about the deal in the short term, but like others he cautiously offers, "I'll have to see how they practice business together."

The move brings some advertisers under a single "roof." Subaru has had a 10-year presence in gay magazines and is a charter advertiser on LOGO, but does not run ads online. "Many categories can't advertise on their sites," Nash says, noting discomfort with the sexual nature of chat rooms. "People on there are not exactly looking to buy a car."

Online travel booker Orbitz is not on PlanetOut's sites due to an exclusive deal with competitor Travelocity, but is in LPI publications and a charter LOGO advertiser. Jeff Marsh, GLBT travel advisor to Orbitz, is enthusiastic about the deal, especially in light of LOGO's potential strength. "What if LOGO gets a program that generates the kind of buzz ala 'Desperate Housewives' or 'Lost'?" he says. "LOGO online could become a bigger portal (than existing gay sites). I don't want all of the power to be focused with any one entity."

PlanetOut.com Site To Go Lesbian

Perhaps the biggest change out of the deal may be for PlanetOut.com. Once a strong competitor to Gay.com, the site fell into stagnation after it was acquired in 2000. Editorial staff were cut and distinctions lost between the two sites, while advertising was lavished on Gay.com, operating in several languages for Europe and Latin America. Nash calls PlanetOut.com "a shell" of its former self.

PlanetOut purchased the non-commercial newsletter Out & About to power the travel sections of both sites, so how it will deal with LPI's year-old competitor Out Traveler (still mailed with OUT) is unclear. Marsh says "It's a big question mark" and represents more loss of independent gay media voices, continuing a trend started with the mergers of Gay.com-PlanetOut.com and OUT-The Advocate, both in 2000.

But change is now afoot, staking out a new positioning for the foundering site. "PlanetOut.com doesn't have a focus," acknowledges Elderkin. "Our goal for 2006 is to create it into a women's brand."

Cynically, Marsh says, "I don't expect them to throw a lot of resources at it" as a lesbian site any more than before, but thinks "they have an opportunity to make it a premiere lesbian destination." There aren't yet any leading online lesbian sites, though there is LesbiaNation.com, operated by gaywired.com owner Hyperion Interactive Media, independently owned Lesbian.com, AfterEllen.com, and the newly launched GaydarGirls.

Asked if LPI may now consider launching a lesbian print title too, Landry of LPI said the notion could be considered during upcoming meetings.

PlanetOut's acquisition of LPI will provide benefits for advertisers seeking larger gay audiences, and strengthen the media properties in an unforgiving media world. Yet it also increases the importance of independent players such as Instinct, Passport, 365Gay.com, and GayWired.com -- for both advertisers and consumers.

©365Gay.com 2005


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The Commercial Closet column covers gay issues in advertising, marketing and media. It is part of the non-profit project tracking 85 years of gay images in advertising worldwide. Its 2500+ image archive is at CommercialCloset.org . Wilke is a veteran business journalist who has written for the New York Times, Advertising Age and Brandweek.
Got feedback? Mike.wilke*commercialcloset.org


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we should see the .0003 tommorow

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Any thoughts of starting a new thread [Big Grin]

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Umm...."QBID XXXIV Pumped, Dumped and Bashed..where's the audit?" LOL.....

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quote:
Originally posted by johnny14511:
we should see the .0003 tommorow

I doubt it. I gave up on .0003 and have been trying to buy at .0004 for a couple of days now with no luck. The PPS keeps going between .0004 and .0005--today was more .0005.

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quote:
Originally posted by Doctoall:
Any thoughts of starting a new thread [Big Grin]

My gut tells me the audit will be released very soon. What about waiting until it is released, or will it be too hard to start a new thread with all the excitement it causes?

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Hahahahaha! I'd be mad too if I traded my wife and got a guy instead of a woman...LOL!!!
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quote:
Originally posted by Doctoall:
Any thoughts of starting a new thread [Big Grin]

Yeah...I talked about that before...Doc, see my previouse post...

But I think everyone like---

QBID XXXIV- "Thanks Frank."

...to be used happily or sarcastically, depending upon what happens...

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ALSO, besides the DISH response...here's the DirecTV one...
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Dear Mr. XXXXX,

Thanks for your interest in DIRECTV. I'm excited to hear that you're considering joining the DIRECTV family.

I'm sorry, but we don't carry Q Television right now. However, we often add programming based on customer requests, and I have forwarded your request to DIRECTV management.

I realize that you may have some other questions, so we have set up two ways for you to get fast answers to all of your questions and begin enjoying DIRECTV:

-You'll find great new customer offers and everything you'll need to get started at our web site, just go to http://www.directv.com/DTVAPP/get_directv/Landing.dsp. In minutes your order can be placed online. You can even have one of our specialists call you to discuss DIRECTV before you buy by filling in your name and phone number on the web form at http://www.directv.com/DTVAPP/get_directv/LeadGeneration_Customer.jsp - But don't forget to select the box saying that you'd like to receive information by phone.

- If you'd rather order your system by phone, or have questions that couldn't be answered on our web site, you can call us at 888-777-2454 from 6:00 a.m. to 3:00 a.m. Eastern Time. Our call center is staffed with knowledgeable Sales Agents who are ready to help.

We look forward to serving you as a customer and showing you why DIRECTV is the best entertainment value available.

Sincerely,

Jason M
DIRECTV Customer Service

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DIRECTV FEEDBACK MESSAGE

Name: Michael M.
Status: Prospect
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Email Address: mjm*xxxx.net
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Subject: Channels

Details: Dear DirecTV,

My name is Michael M. I am currently a subscriber to Patriot Media's digital cable service in Morris County, NJ. However, I have been looking to upgrade to a dish for quite some time now. However, the main thing keeping me with Patriot Media has always been my cable internet and its channel selection.

However, if DirecTV happens to add certain channels, I would be extremely interested in switching. One of these channels is the Q Television Network. If this, among other channels were added, then I would most definitely switch and cancel my digital cable (keeping only the cable internet service).

My question then is: Is there any word on the Q Television network? For example, are there any negotiations to acquire this channel? If not, I would like to fotmally request this channel.

Thanks for your help,

Michael M.

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on the subscription webpage

http://qtelevision.com/site/Home/SubscriptionInformation/tabid/96/Default.aspx

QTN has signed a national affiliation agreement with Cox Communications and is working with each individual system to roll out the launch of QTN - to help expedite this matter, please follow these instructions:

And how many individual systems are there? It takes time and effort to get on every system within Cox.

Patience, if you build it they will come. Good things are coming for those who have the tenacity to hold a core position

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Posted by: spectaQlarBID
In reply to: ltesprit who wrote msg# 182830 Date:11/3/2005 8:38:40 AM
Post #of 189236

Sound information for sure, however I would give more credit:

We are all still here, still investing, fingers still crossed. We know it is the real deal and a potential gold mine. But how many would invest in a company where the CEO has:
1. Never audited the company
2. Never cleaned up the dirty shell
3. Misled his fellow shareholders on dilution and sharecount
4. Made conflicting statements and not always followed through on promises

I certainly wouldn't. So what is keeping us here?

We are on air, viable, gaining awareness and popularity (subs). Frank has assembled professional players to help guide.

We bought into Frank and his dream and want him to be a success. And I guess since I have not sold one of my many shares, I haven't lost.

When this company moves up, it will be swift. I just hope it is soon.
GLTYA

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Just to add to your comments, recently someone went to an activity where TW and Q where in the same booth ( posted recently on this thread).TW was signing a lot of people up according to the poster. I am sure that 22K number is well in the past by now.

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Originally posted by Jennifercd10:
Being that QTN had 22k subs way back in March, what would be the guestimate say by New Years? Back then we only had RCN in small areas of NYC, Boston and SFO. Now we have a vastly increased potential market. Just NYC TW, replacing Playboy for Q, means that TW thinks our numbers would be larger then Playboys, but what was Playboys? Add all the other new areas… how many total by New Years? (I also bet that we will get another carrier and… HOUSTON very soon!) What do you guess?



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I said a week ago blessed are those who expect nothing, for they shall not be dissapointed. And Lo and Behold!

Since then there have been nothing but complaints and bitterness...all because DJ said he had a conversation with Frank. LOL. From my take of things...a few weeks means a few weeks...and since this is Turkey week, I bet we see nothing until the holiday is over. So go and enjoy your family and your friends...because that is what life is really about.

A couple of points:

1. For those who are getting all worked up because of the 'Pumpers' on this board...do you really think I would buy or sell a stock based on a message board post? come on...

2. I bought on Q's potential. I'm most interested in hearing about the number of new subs and especially any info from Q regarding the nature of their relationship with Planet Out.

3. That said, many folks bought at much higher levels--so to a certain extent I understand the frustration--but if you bought then thinking the company had potential when it had no subs, no carriage deals, what do you think now?

4. And lastly, no one should ever 'lose their shirt' on a penny stock. The cardinal rule since the inception of pennys...never invest more than you are prepared to lose.

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morning qbidians lets hope for a little pr today giving us a bone to chew on this is getting wacky in here hehe. qbid the drama lives on ............. i think jen your figures are great although i would have to aggree with another posters projections that newyork would probably be much higher than your figures just my opinion though .

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My reply from Dish...doesn't sound as positive as others, but I'm sure there are different people answering the requests. Lets hope for the best!

Dear Mr. xxxxx,

Thank you for your e-mail. Specific information regarding your request for QTN is not currently available. We would like to add that channel, to make viewers like you happy, but we do not know if or when this will happen. We will gladly forward your request to our Programming Department for further consideration.

We thank you for your input as we continually review our options in order to provide a compelling lineup for our viewers. Please stay tuned for consumer Charlie Chats that are broadcast monthly on Channel 101 or logon to our website for future programming announcements.

Your business is greatly appreciated and we thank you for allowing us to be of assistance to you. If you have any further questions or concerns, please refer to www.dishnetwork.com or reply to this email.

Sincerely,

Branden P.

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PlanetOut Inc. and Q Television Network (QTN) Form Broadband Video Partnership
Nov 22, 2005 9:00:00 AM
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 22 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- PlanetOut Inc. (Nasdaq: LGBT), a leading global media and entertainment company serving the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community, and Q Television (OTC Bulletin Board: QBID), today announced that QTN original programming will be distributed on PlanetOut Video.

QTN is a groundbreaking 24/7 premium television network organized to create, develop and feature television programming for the LGBT community. Its unparalleled lineup includes a packed Monday-through-Friday slate of live and interactive content, plus sports, news and entertainment.

PlanetOut Video is a broadband entertainment service designed to engage online audiences with LGBT video programming aggregated from TV networks, movie studios, independent film producers and individual artists. The service launched in September on Gay.com and PlanetOut.com, reaching an audience of more than five million people monthly.

"We plan to continue our roll-out of exclusive video content to engage our audience and to keep up with the growing demand from our advertisers for targeted and measurable online video commercials," said Mark Elderkin, president of PlanetOut Inc. "The unique news, talk and variety shows that QTN produces are sure to be a hit with our audience."

QTN will supply highlights of its original programming, including: "Brunch," a morning talk show which stars "Queer Eye for the Straight Girl's" Honey Labrador and former CNN producer/correspondent Scott Withers; "On Q Live," a celebrity entertainment talk show; "Queer Edge with Jack E. Jett, "a live nightly talk show that takes viewers to the farthest reaches of "Queerdom;" "The Reichen Show," an upbeat hour of talk, debate, education, gossip and news hosted by The Amazing Race winner Reichen Lehmkuhl; "Q On the Move," with on-the-go host Nick Oram taking viewers to cities and gatherings all over the planet; "On Topic," a political opinion talk show with Chrisanne Eastwood; "Xcess/Access," a fashion news and entertainment show produced by SIREN Multimedia and starring Honey Labrador and Robbie Laughlin; and "QTN World News," delivering the latest in queer news from around the globe.

"PlanetOut has been a pioneering force in our community," said Alexis Fish, executive vice president of Q Television Network. "The success of their Internet presence has helped pave the way for today's queer networks by showing us how positively the LGBT audience has responded to information and discussions of topics that affect our lives. We are delighted at the opportunity to distribute our exciting QTN programming on the PlanetOut network."

In addition to QTN, PlanetOut has broadband distribution agreements with launch partners here!TV and Sundance Channel.

About PlanetOut Inc.

PlanetOut Inc. is a leading global media and entertainment company serving the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community. PlanetOut's media properties include Gay.com, PlanetOut.com, Kleptomaniac.com and OUT&ABOUT Travel, as well as localized versions of the Gay.com site, in English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish. In addition, PlanetOut includes the newly-acquired magazines and acclaimed Web sites of LPI and related entities. These properties include The Advocate (www.advocate.com); OUT (www.out.com); The OUT Traveler (www.outtraveler.com); and, HIVPlus (www.hivplusmag.com), as well as other publishing, direct marketing and e-commerce properties, including Alyson Publications, SpecPub, Inc. and Triangle Marketing Services, Inc. PlanetOut, based in San Francisco with additional offices in New York, Los Angeles, London and Buenos Aires, offers FORTUNE 1000 and Global 500 advertisers access to what it believes to be the most extensive network of gay and lesbian people in the world. For more information, please visit www.planetoutinc.com.

About Q Television

This 24/7 premium television network is organized to create, develop and feature television programming for the gay and lesbian community, including live & interactive content every weeknight, plus sports, information and entertainment. While the company expects much of its subscriber base to be comprised of members of the gay and lesbian population, management also believes that quality programming about the gay and lesbian experience, designed to entertain, educate and inform, will attract many other segments of the viewing public. The company's programming is available on a subscription basis to those desiring to subscribe. The network is telecast 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Providing distribution via satellite ensures availability of the network across the United States, including Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico. Q Television Network is the official network of Gay Games(R) VII. The network is also ad-supported. For further information on programming and subscriptions, please visit www.qtelevision.com.

Forward-Looking Statements

In addition to the historical information contained herein, this press release contains forward-looking statements, including statements regarding the potential synergies, accretive nature and financial impact of PlanetOut's recent acquisition of LPI and its related entities, as well as statements containing the words "believes," "anticipates," "expects," and similar words. Such forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements of the company to differ materially from any future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. Such factors include, among others, the company's limited operating history and variability of operating results; the company's ability to attract and retain subscribers and advertisers; the company's ability to integrate the acquired assets of LPI and its related entities; competition; timing of product launches; and the company's dependence on technology infrastructure and the Internet. Additional information concerning factors that could affect PlanetOut's future business and financial results is included in the company's Annual Report on Form 10-K for the year ended December 31, 2004 and other public filings filed from time to time with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), which are available at the SEC's website at www.sec.gov.

All figures reported today are unaudited and may be subject to change.SOURCE PlanetOut Inc.


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or mobile
+1-415-317-7100
or spencer.moore*planetoutinc.com
or Jim Strzalkowski of Priority Public Relations
818-338-3555
or mobile
+1-323-363-5094
or jim*prioritypr.net
for Q Television Network

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2. I bought on Q's potential. I'm most interested in hearing about the number of new subs and especially any info from Q regarding the nature of their relationship with Planet Out.

Drat...if only I mentioned I was most interested in the Audit!!! LOL.

This means more eyeballs to Q. More eyeballs=more subs, more advertising $$$ and most importantly, more revenue.

Once again...i doubt another BIG player would do a deal with the Q if they thought the company was about to fold.

Have a good day all.

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just lovely so many people in the glbt community are going to be exposed to qtv now.give this stock a year or so and they will be really on the move.this is my opinion i think that we could be the next siri story on wallstreet. lets just wait for this to all pan out.my only concern at this point is that one day franky has to buyback a large portion of this stock.and this can be done once we become profitable.

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Could this have been the reason for the add'l A/S increase? I'd rather see it for this instead of Mary Hartmann!

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Another bone for us from Frankie. We already knew Planetout was showing QTN clips. What he does not mention, it how much are we paying Planetout? This not news IMO. What I want to know, is where the hell is the audit? I want to know assets, subscriptions, revenue, debt, etc. QUIT stalling Frankie boy! [Mad]
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exactly. Frankie (speculation on my part) probably gave Planetout more restricted shares for this.

quote:
Originally posted by freebird68nj:
Could this have been the reason for the add'l A/S increase? I'd rather see it for this instead of Mary Hartmann!


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That was a Planetout PR not a QBID PR....just clearin things up...Wont move pps, but huge news because of how big planetout is. Planetout is front runner to be buying shares at this level to ultimately buy QTN.

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52M volume

(although there was 90 M pre market but they are not counting that anymore?

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quote:
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Mere Speculation On My Part: But keep an eye on PlanetOut [Big Grin]

Just following up with my previous post [Big Grin]

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nice post Ad astra

Rod

quote:
Originally posted by Ad astra:
I said a week ago blessed are those who expect nothing, for they shall not be dissapointed. And Lo and Behold!

Since then there have been nothing but complaints and bitterness...all because DJ said he had a conversation with Frank. LOL. From my take of things...a few weeks means a few weeks...and since this is Turkey week, I bet we see nothing until the holiday is over. So go and enjoy your family and your friends...because that is what life is really about.

A couple of points:

1. For those who are getting all worked up because of the 'Pumpers' on this board...do you really think I would buy or sell a stock based on a message board post? come on...

2. I bought on Q's potential. I'm most interested in hearing about the number of new subs and especially any info from Q regarding the nature of their relationship with Planet Out.

3. That said, many folks bought at much higher levels--so to a certain extent I understand the frustration--but if you bought then thinking the company had potential when it had no subs, no carriage deals, what do you think now?

4. And lastly, no one should ever 'lose their shirt' on a penny stock. The cardinal rule since the inception of pennys...never invest more than you are prepared to lose.



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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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maybe so but i respect that Jenn has kept it on the conservative side.

it is when we start to assume higher numbers that we start to run in to dissappointment.

rod

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morning qbidians lets hope for a little pr today giving us a bone to chew on this is getting wacky in here hehe. qbid the drama lives on ............. i think jen your figures are great although i would have to aggree with another posters projections that newyork would probably be much higher than your figures just my opinion though .



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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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posted November 17, 2005 00:34
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Look at the audience we now have for those "Q" clips

PlanetOut has emerged as the dominant online media company for the gay community, with 5.4 million unique visitors in October. A strong online advertising market and a successful initial public offering last year have given the company a firm financial cushion, some of which was used to pay for the acquisition

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Mere Speculation On My Part: But keep an eye on PlanetOut

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