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LOL..That was just a mistake on my part...nothing bad...

I was posting something I saw from the SEC from Rome Oil and Gas, but it was the wrong one...Just had to get rid of it!!

Lets see an uptick!!!

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Oh peeps I sure do miss the gang but life goes on I like posting on allstocks and I like the way it is set up that group did become icons here I relly wish them well Lil was always a good to keep your spirts up
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Anyone else see anything screwy on L2?

Ameritrade has the bid at .023 and the ask at .022!? And then I see fills at .024 & .023.....dont know whats up.

We need news! Everyone had expectations for this week, and with no PR we may see a little sell off here.

Hope the others can get back on. We need positive, informed posters!

I'm in Mexico next week, so I'm putting in my sell orders high high high. Hope ya'll have a good week.

Kat

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when you see fills above the ask, it is generally people that have put in bids for amounts with "all or nothing" attached. Meaning don't buy it if you can't get the whole block at once.
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Let them sell, I just bought $1k more on that dip. THANK YOOUUU! [Big Grin]
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Hi folks keeping us on the front page
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5,637,207 share today not bad for no news I hope we hear something soon have a nice weekend every body
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Oil Well Pics Updated.

Mucho thanks to Steve & usc cowboy. I think we got us a dad burn company here. Just wait till they get a load of dis.....

http://users.adelphia.net/~newp/pblsmain/Asus/Asus.htm
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good morning to any body that is left
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We really could use some news this week. I'm afraid if we don't get it there will be another sell off. That will definately not be good for the PPS.
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Not so sure about that Taber. The charts still shows promise based on history. From bottom picks - "PBLS getting squeezed between the 200dma and the 20, I think it moves to the upside. A break of the 20 sends it up to the 50dma."
Guess were the 50 day is... .031

If it does dip I stil win with more cheap shares!

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Steve tells of his trip to KY. to see Rome oil.


PBLS Message list | Reply to msg. | Post new msg. « Older | Newer »
By: steviej70
18 Mar 2006, 03:19 PM EST
Msg. 42361 of 42364
(This msg. is a reply to 42340 by PNEW122.)
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KY Oil Well Trip,

I finally have a few minutes to jump online and give some thoughts about my trip.

WOW! What a day!

First, I would like to thank Mr. Alonzo for allowing me the opportunity to visit the operation. It is something that I will never forget!

John Barksdale is a great guy. He was very hospitable and he was very patient with me and all of my "How does this work?" questions.

Asus went above and beyond in making this trip happen!

USC_Cowboy has been tremendous in helping me understand how the drilling operation works. If any of you have ever had doubts as to his expertise…HE IS THE MAN!

I arrived on site around 10:30 local time. The drilling had already begun for the day. My first thoughts were “darn this is loud”. I don't think it is the type of place where you would want unneeded people hanging around; it is VERY dirty and VERY loud. It was difficult to carry on conversations even from 50 yards away.

It was an adrenaline rush all day long. The anticipation of hitting oil at any second is VERY EXCITING. One of the drill operators brought lunch out to us, so basically from 10:30-5:30 my eyes were on the discharge pipe non-stop. It was very interesting to see how the drillers communicated while drilling. It was pretty easy to pick up on their non verbal communication as they got excited\discouraged about what was coming out of the pipe. In the video you can see this process in action. I won’t bore you with the play by play; you can read the captions of the pictures and watch the video (soon, thanks peorge) to get all of that info.

Was it a success? Absolutely! I was beginning to lose confidence in this company prior to my trip. I no longer lack confidence. I don't care how long it takes to file and I no longer care that we are not getting pr's. Now I know for a FACT that we are drilling for oil in KY. I believe that those of us who are patient...will be rewarded. It used to tick me off when I heard PA or MM saying to just be patient. Now it does not bother me at all. I know that John Barksdale is working as hard as he can to increase pps. And, to be honest with you, my money is on him succeeding.


Steve

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I hope we all work a little harder to fill the gaps and report are dd in the proper manner
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Still here. I look all over the web and will be in touch with LIL and JELLY. Well, not really in touch but will be posting with them as well as you guys. The fundamentals of PBLS will move us where we need to be. It is just gonna take some time. Hopefully sooner than later. The video is awesome as well as the pics from the new well being drilled. No scam going on here as you guys already knew.

No debt with PBLS. Revenues and profits are undoubtedly growing substantially with United soils and the other companies under contract in the pit. Number of oil wells growing also. I believe we are between 23-26 current producing wells. Is that correct BOND?

It is cool knowing for a fact that the levees are being rebuilt using OUR material. Not to mention the 2 construction companies that are based right in the middle of it all and we are at .0225? WOW, it truly is hard to believe. All IMO

Looking to add more next week!!

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Added back on Friday OK
we said last week for a PR of course that was a WAG so Im betting on this week, I even have my Pop in this thing

PBLS drove the dirt to the levys and the cities were dry
Good ol folks were drinking whisky and rye
singing this will be the week that we fly

pretty bad ah

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That should be prety darn close to the number of wells Mac. maybe more ? we will find out soon enough if they were on what they said they were going to do nad I believe they were.
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what exactly is the deal with the people who aren't on this board anymore. What happened?
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They got banned peat I really don't know why 1005 allstock did give a reason that I don't quite understand you can always ask the management of allstocks.
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Does anyone here have an idea when pbls will file some financials? That would be nice. Might draw some new investors.

Did anyone here hold this stock when it ran up to .12? What caused it to run? Just got in recently. TIA

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Raged the company has stated in a couple of pr's that it plans to file before the end of the 2nd quarter. At one time they released unaudited financials and you can find that on pnew122 dd page along with everthing else.


http://users.adelphia.net/~newp/pblsmain/Asus/Asus.htm
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this is the web site I suggest that you read it over there is so much there and it is all arranged in order

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

PHOENIX ANNOUNCES PLANS
TO BECOME A FULLY REPORTING COMPANY

June 16, 2005 - COVINGTON, LA - Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (OTC: PBLS), a holding company with assets in sand & gravel, soil products, land development, plumbing, trucking, contract hauling, construction, swimming pool construction and construction related industries, today announced its plan to become a fully reporting company, a necessary step as the Company prepares to move from the pink sheets to the OTC Bulletin Board (OTCBB).

Mr. Alonzo, President and CEO of Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate announced that the Board of Directors made the decision to bring the Company into SEC compliance and to become a fully reporting company in accordance with the U.S. Securities Act of 1934 by mid-2006. To facilitate this achievement, Phoenix has engaged the services of Michael Raymond, Esq., with Dickinson Wright, PLLC, Counselors at Law of Ann Arbor, Michigan, as their SEC Attorney. Phoenix also announced that it has engaged the accounting services of Dennis Kowalski of Toledo, Ohio, thus assuring compliance with SEC and NASD regulations for a fully reporting traded company. In addition to Mr. Raymond and Mr. Kowalski, Ms. Patti Fischer, Phoenix's Regional Liaison located in Toledo, Ohio, will also be a member of the team that will bring Phoenix to fully reporting status with the SEC and NASD.

As a reporting company, Phoenix will be required to file annual reports on Form 10-KSB, quarterly reports on Form 10-QSB, and reports or unusual events on Form 8K. In addition, the Company will be required to solicit proxies for its annual meetings in accordance to Section 14 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and other reporting requirements will apply to management shareholdings.

Investor Information:

Phoenix, trading on the OTC Pinksheets (Symbol: PBLS) has about 2,600 shareholders of record. The Company has a total of 377,291,802 shares issued and outstanding as of June 10, 2005, of which 228,085,575 are restricted shares, and the remaining 149,206,227 shares are non-restricted shares and considered to be the public "float" shares. Based on the closing price of PBLS on June 10th the Company's Market Cap is about $5.3 million.

For more information about Phoenix go to the Company's website at: http://www.pbls.biz

Forward Looking Statements
This press release contains statements that are "forward looking" and are made pursuant to the Safe Harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 and federal securities laws. Generally, the words "expect", "intend", "estimate", "will" and similar expressions identify forward-looking statements. By their very nature, forward-looking statements are subject to known and unknown risks and uncertainties that may cause our actual results, performance or achievements, or that of our industry, to differ materially from those expressed or implied in any of our forward-looking statements. Statements in this press release regarding the Company's business or proposed business, which are not historical facts, are "forward-looking" statements that involve risks and uncertainties, such as estimates and statements that describe the Company's future plans, objectives or goals, including words to the effect that the Company or management expects a stated condition or result to occur. Since forward-looking statements address future events and conditions, by their very nature, they involve inherent risks and uncertainties. Actual results in each case could differ materially from those currently anticipated in such statements. Investors are cautioned not to place undue reliance on forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date they are made.

Contact:

Paul Alonzo
Phoenix
(985) 845-4627
Phoenixassoc*pbls.biz

or

Mike Mulshine
Osprey Partners
(732) 233-3853
osprey57*optonline.net

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Raged I hope that that answers some of your questions hear is some more facts

PBLS has NINE revenue streams

How many companies can say that?

I like many never gave it a 2nd thought in the beginning as to what and how long it would take. Now that I have seen what's required, and the numbers of companies within PBLS, no wonder it is taking so long. In essence, it's like PBLS having to file 9, yes NINE forms. Can anyone even comprehend what that would look like? Jeeps. Here is the link to what companies they need to do, followed by the list I have. I think we really need to be realistic regarding all the work they must have to be doing. I know I wouldn't want the task. I have enough trouble making a web page that works.

http://www.pbls.biz/index.htm

Murphy Sand & Gravel
Heaslip Construction
Ann Arbor Pools
Great Lakes Pool Plastering
3D Builders
Bayou State Trucking
Rome Oil and Gas Company
Mid-South Resources, Inc.
ProGas, Inc.

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A repost from IHUB a conversation with Mike Muishine

Posted by: tedwitt
In reply to: chilar4567 who wrote msg# 12958 Date:3/17/2006 6:24:23 PM
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chilar4567

I have spoken with MM as of late. He stated that if PBLS is going to be taken serously then it has to start acting like a serious stock and not just issue a press release every time someone goes to the restroom.

I agree with him. Press for the sake of press just provides the band for volatility to dance to. Give me solid press with details any day of the week, then things will angle up on a positive and ongoing slope.

If they do acquire a drilling company with one or two rigs then they will be able to drill all the live long days. As for Nevada, there is some pretty wild speculation there now. Some leases are going for $1,000 per acre. As I understand, the land they have there was drilled by someone without a permit in the 1930’s or 1940’s or somewhere in there and oil was hit. There are no records that I know of but I wonder if there is a record of the court proceedings and or a fine.

If they can get a good oil flow going and file their form 10 then I do not believe that the stock will rest under a $1. IMHO

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Thanks bond, I see you've done your homework.

Here's to a Great year with PBLS.

RB

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Just a question. Seems like it is a long wait to see profits from PBLS. Why would people buy to wait instead of putting their money into one of the other stocks that are really hot right now (SPZI, MMAM, RSHN ... etc.)? Are we expecting PBLS to pay off big time. BTW I did buy into PBLS last week at .0239

Just wondering the reasoning and what's expected from PBLS

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People buy because they don't have a crystal ball I myself keep a position in pbls and I plan to add more when the run comes I keep a small position so if I have to chase at least I am coverd I also like you have other investments. But there are those I know its there only and some have 10 to 12 million shares
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As far as is there anybody on this board that went through the spike not now there were some but they got banned. I don't know why you will have to ask allstocks. I got in after and I have rode this up to .056 and down to just under .02. If I can hold on for a little I am sure I will be rewarded IMHO thats all I am sure of my dd as posted in the bigining of this thread so I wait It is getting tough though.glta
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quote:
Originally posted by ShadowLurker:
Just a question. Seems like it is a long wait to see profits from PBLS. Why would people buy to wait instead of putting their money into one of the other stocks that are really hot right now (SPZI, MMAM, RSHN ... etc.)? Are we expecting PBLS to pay off big time. BTW I did buy into PBLS last week at .0239

Just wondering the reasoning and what's expected from PBLS

Lousy pump job. You wonder why people are buying PBLS and not putting money in your hot stock picks - then you say you bought PBLS anyway to try and make the post look legit..
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hi everybody what is going on?
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just bought another block of 100k shares for 0.022.
Hope they will issue some PR soon, its already more then one month...

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me to I talked to Mike Mulshine this morning and he said he could not say why there has been no news but as far as he knows nothing wrong and when we do get news we will be very well pleased all he said is that he himself is stilll accumulating and not to listen to anything that anybody says except the company.
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lets stay at the top
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Lets hope the PPS turns upward soon. I think we all have been super patient here and we all deserve a reward.
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This is like swimming 4 fiths of the way accross a lake and turning back cause its too far
I sold a third of my PBLS today to stick more into Delphi dphiq I have to get it back in before we get news or I will need drugs

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