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I thought will all the good news out today it was time for a new thread and new theme.

We are on the road to Transparency thanks to the efforts of Doctoall and Imakemoney.

This thread is devoted to you guys.

The path is about to get betten down.

ROd

[ January 11, 2006, 06:00: Message edited by: Bob Frey ]

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Good thread title PT. Thanks Doc and Imak!!
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QBID high volume days--

2/10/2004...2,147,483,648
4/14/2004...1,825,717,760

today.........1,733,052,723 ...so far

1/09/06......1,724,702,388
1/03/06......1,710,126,531
5/11/2004...1,623,194,752

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quote:
Originally posted by Penny-Trader:
I thought will all the good news out today it was time for a new thread and new theme.

We are on the road to Transparency thanks to the efforts of Doctoall and Imakemoney.

This thread is devoted to you guys.

The path is about to get betten down.

ROd

and where will transparency rd. take us.

i hope it leads north [Big Grin]

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The Financial Times.....

1/10/2006 - The Financial Times 1/10/06
Main page content: Gay cable TV is in the pink
By Joshua Chaffin
Published: January 9 2006 18:46 | Last updated: January 9 2006 18:46

When Sumner Redstone, chairman of Viacom, endorsed the notion of a gay and lesbian cable television network, viewers soon got Logo. With the backing of Viacom’s MTV Networks, the largest and most powerful collection of channels in the cable universe, it was beamed into millions of homes around the US.


ADVERTISEMENT


An unexpected beneficiary of Mr Redstone’s pronouncement two years ago was Frank Olsen, a little-known broadcasting entrepreneur from Seattle. For more than a decade, Mr Olsen had been toiling to start his own gay cable network. Despite spending $12m from his own pocket, there was not much interest until Mr Redstone chimed in.

“You would be amazed how many people listen when Sumner Redstone speaks,” Mr Olsen recalls. “The whole thing changed.”

Indeed, after launching last July, Mr Olsen’s network, Q Television, is now emerging from the muddle of independent cable networks desperately seeking distribution. Q is available in over 3m homes, and is expecting to lock up distribution deals for 15m to 20m more by the end of this year.

A turning point came in November, when Time Warner Cable, one of the largest operators, awarded Q a so-called “hunting licence”, which has allowed the network to approach its 30 regional divisions around the country to seek distribution. So far, that has brought Q to such diverse markets as Manhattan, Houston and – as of this month – Lincoln, Nebraska.

“I think probably even the Q TV people were surprised they got such a nice response here,” says Beth Scarborough, the president of Time Warner Cable in Lincoln.

One could point out that Mr Olsen, who has dubbed himself the “king of gay media”, had been working on Q for more than three decades. After selling the family bakery, Mr Olsen used the windfall to buy radio stations in the early 1970s. In addition to rock and roll, and news and talk radio, Mr Olsen also began to run gay programming.

The shows were reasonably popular, he claims, even though the broader environment was not hospitable. “The advertisers were always worried about how many customers they would lose for every one they attracted,” says Mr Olsen.

A lot has changed since then. The mainstream media is now full of gay characters and gay programming, from television’s Queer Eye for the Straight Guy and Will and Grace to the film Brokeback Mountain, a cowboy love story that has become an unlikely Oscar front-runner. Companies such as Volkswagen have launched advertising campaigns specifically geared toward gay and lesbian customers.

The economics of cable have also evolved. As the industry matures, operators are looking for niche networks that can add incremental subscribers who might later be enticed to buy add-on services, such as internet connections.

“Cable operators see themselves as supermarkets, and they have to stock their shelves for everyone,” explains Carol Hinnant, vice-president of sales and marketing.

Rather than shooting for a broad audience, Q is only hoping to sign up 1 to 2 per cent of the households in which it is available. Unlike Logo, it is not available as part of a basic cable package. Instead, viewers must request it for $7.95 per month, as they would HBO. “It’s very important that we be invited into the home,” Mr Olsen says.

While it does not offer pornography, that distinction allows Q to be more risqué in its approach than Logo, which Mr Olsen dismisses as “a little vanilla”.

A third gay network, Here, also launched last year, selling its programming in a video-on-demand format.

While gaining access to the New York and San Francisco markets was a milestone for Q, some of its best success has come in smaller markets, such as Portland, Maine, which has never been known for having a high gay population.

Far from being surprised, Mr Olsen notes that more than 60 per cent of his target audience lives in rural areas. Q is all the more appealing to them because its coverage can link them to Gay Pride parades in San Francisco they might not otherwise attend. “We can be a bridge,” he says.

As it enters new markets, Q has also relied on local gay and lesbian networks and grass-roots marketing to try to reach its modest subscription goal.

In November, when it launched its service in the university town of Syracuse, New York, for example, the company threw a party at a local gay bar. The event, which coincided with the university’s annual Homecoming Weekend, honoured a Q presenter, Scott Withers, a Syracuse alumnus who had been elected the university’s Homecoming King in 1995.

“What a difference 10 years makes,” the invitations read. “Syracuse’s Homecoming King is now the queen of gay television!”

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http://www.marketwatch.com/tools/quotes/newsarticle.asp?g=C6486B4944B0416EBCC9BA7C1FD55264&siteid=mktw&dist=nbs

Q Television Network Marches into the New Year by Concluding Distribution Agreement in Lincoln; GLBT Network Closes First Distribution Deal in Middle America
1/10/2006 10:30:01 AM



BURBANK, Calif., Jan 10, 2006 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Migrating its programming service from major urban markets to middle America, Q Television Network (Pink Sheets:QBID) has announced its launch on the Time Warner Cable Nebraska system, servicing the Lincoln area and the seven colleges and universities in the marketplace.


Lincoln area cable subscribers will be able to sign on for QTN's live, original, gay and lesbian programming as a 24/7 premium network, carried on channel 392 effective immediately, for a monthly fee of $7.95. Subscribers will also need a digital cable box to receive the channel. The launch marks QTN's sixth Time Warner carriage deal and signals the network's first move into both middle America and the surrounding rural communities.

In announcing the carriage agreement, Time Warner Cable Nebraska Division President Beth Scarborough said: "Time Warner Cable is committed to serving the needs and interests of our customers, and Q Television is an ideal partner for reaching out to and including the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender members of our community through innovative and original programming that speaks to their lifestyle and concerns. We're proud to offer Q Television Network programming and believe it will be another quality programming choice for the broad range of people and perspectives we serve in Lincoln."

Added Carol Hinnant, QTN's Vice President, Affiliate Sales & Marketing, "Time Warner Cable is truly steadfast in its objective of connecting with all segments of its customer base, and we look forward to working with them to serve the entertainment and informational needs of the GLBT community in Lincoln. It is our continued goal to reach out and entertain GLBT communities where they have been underserved in the past. Lincoln, as one of the fastest growing non-Sun Belt cities in the U.S. and one of the fastest growing metro areas in the Midwestern region, is a welcome extension of Q's reach."

Q Television previously announced carriage agreements with Time Warner Cable systems in Houston, New York and New Jersey, with previous launches on Time Warner's Rochester, Syracuse and Maine divisions -- all within the last four months. The addition of Lincoln will extend QTN's reach by approximately 3 million digital cable households.

In addition to movies, documentaries and original series, Q Television currently offers its customers five hours of live programming daily, including such hit shows as "Brunch," "QueerEdge with Jack E. Jett," "The Reichen Show," "On Q Live," "Q on the Move," "QTN World News," "Xcess/Access," "On Topic" and "Flesh and Threads."

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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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Q Television Network Adds Several Hundred Million Dollars in Assets to Triangle Multi-Media's Bottom-Line
Business Wire - January 10, 2006 09:00

BURBANK, Calif., Jan 10, 2006 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Triangle Multi-Media (Pink Sheets:QBID) announced today that, in accordance with SAAG, Triangle Multi-Media will start accounting for Q Television Network as a 100% wholly owned subsidiary. This means Triangle Multi-Media common shareholders own one hundred percent of Q Television Network's (QTN) total asset base, including its contracts with Time Warner, Cox Communications, RCN and Australia's SelecTV, as well as advertising revenue, tangible property, subscriber base and an independent audited film library worth over several hundred million dollars.

"Q Television Network has been operating as an independent entity and held in its entirety since it was incorporated. QTN will be accounted for as a wholly owned subsidiary of Triangle Multi-Media in accordance with SAAG. Triangle Multi-Media common shareholders control one hundred percent of Q Television Network," said Frank Olsen, CEO of Triangle Multi-Media and Q Television Network. "Up to thirty percent of QTN may be used for future financing and debt. With the accelerated growth of QTN, management felt it was time to formally announce this to QBID shareholders," added Olsen.

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First page! I'm earning my spot in the OP Club today [Smile]
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1/10/2006 - The Financial Times 1/10/06 www.ft.com
Main page content: Gay cable TV is in the pink
By Joshua Chaffin
Published: January 9 2006 18:46 | Last updated: January 9 2006 18:46

When Sumner Redstone, chairman of Viacom, endorsed the notion of a gay and lesbian cable television network, viewers soon got Logo. With the backing of Viacom’s MTV Networks, the largest and most powerful collection of channels in the cable universe, it was beamed into millions of homes around the US.


ADVERTISEMENT




An unexpected beneficiary of Mr Redstone’s pronouncement two years ago was Frank Olsen, a little-known broadcasting entrepreneur from Seattle. For more than a decade, Mr Olsen had been toiling to start his own gay cable network. Despite spending $12m from his own pocket, there was not much interest until Mr Redstone chimed in.

“You would be amazed how many people listen when Sumner Redstone speaks,” Mr Olsen recalls. “The whole thing changed.”

Indeed, after launching last July, Mr Olsen’s network, Q Television, is now emerging from the muddle of independent cable networks desperately seeking distribution. Q is available in over 3m homes, and is expecting to lock up distribution deals for 15m to 20m more by the end of this year.

A turning point came in November, when Time Warner Cable, one of the largest operators, awarded Q a so-called “hunting licence”, which has allowed the network to approach its 30 regional divisions around the country to seek distribution. So far, that has brought Q to such diverse markets as Manhattan, Houston and – as of this month – Lincoln, Nebraska.

“I think probably even the Q TV people were surprised they got such a nice response here,” says Beth Scarborough, the president of Time Warner Cable in Lincoln.

One could point out that Mr Olsen, who has dubbed himself the “king of gay media”, had been working on Q for more than three decades. After selling the family bakery, Mr Olsen used the windfall to buy radio stations in the early 1970s. In addition to rock and roll, and news and talk radio, Mr Olsen also began to run gay programming.

The shows were reasonably popular, he claims, even though the broader environment was not hospitable. “The advertisers were always worried about how many customers they would lose for every one they attracted,” says Mr Olsen.

A lot has changed since then. The mainstream media is now full of gay characters and gay programming, from television’s Queer Eye for the Straight Guy and Will and Grace to the film Brokeback Mountain, a cowboy love story that has become an unlikely Oscar front-runner. Companies such as Volkswagen have launched advertising campaigns specifically geared toward gay and lesbian customers.

The economics of cable have also evolved. As the industry matures, operators are looking for niche networks that can add incremental subscribers who might later be enticed to buy add-on services, such as internet connections.

“Cable operators see themselves as supermarkets, and they have to stock their shelves for everyone,” explains Carol Hinnant, vice-president of sales and marketing.

Rather than shooting for a broad audience, Q is only hoping to sign up 1 to 2 per cent of the households in which it is available. Unlike Logo, it is not available as part of a basic cable package. Instead, viewers must request it for $7.95 per month, as they would HBO. “It’s very important that we be invited into the home,” Mr Olsen says.

While it does not offer pornography, that distinction allows Q to be more risqué in its approach than Logo, which Mr Olsen dismisses as “a little vanilla”.

A third gay network, Here, also launched last year, selling its programming in a video-on-demand format.

While gaining access to the New York and San Francisco markets was a milestone for Q, some of its best success has come in smaller markets, such as Portland, Maine, which has never been known for having a high gay population.

Far from being surprised, Mr Olsen notes that more than 60 per cent of his target audience lives in rural areas. Q is all the more appealing to them because its coverage can link them to Gay Pride parades in San Francisco they might not otherwise attend. “We can be a bridge,” he says.

As it enters new markets, Q has also relied on local gay and lesbian networks and grass-roots marketing to try to reach its modest subscription goal.

In November, when it launched its service in the university town of Syracuse, New York, for example, the company threw a party at a local gay bar. The event, which coincided with the university’s annual Homecoming Weekend, honoured a Q presenter, Scott Withers, a Syracuse alumnus who had been elected the university’s Homecoming King in 1995.

“What a difference 10 years makes,” the invitations read. “Syracuse’s Homecoming King is now the queen of gay television!”

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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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So how long before the bashers jump on the new thread name? LOL

Go Q!

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Q Television Network Marches into the New Year by Concluding Distribution Agreement in Lincoln; GLBT Network Closes First Distribution Deal in Middle America
01/10/2006 10:30
Migrating its programming service from major urban markets to middle America, Q Television Network (Pink Sheets: QBID) has announced its launch on the Time Warner Cable Nebraska system, servicing the Lincoln area and the seven colleges and universities in the marketplace.

Lincoln area cable subscribers will be able to sign on for QTN's live, original, gay and lesbian programming as a 24/7 premium network, carried on channel 392 effective immediately, for a monthly fee of $7.95. Subscribers will also need a digital cable box to receive the channel. The launch marks QTN's sixth Time Warner carriage deal and signals the network's first move into both middle America and the surrounding rural communities.

In announcing the carriage agreement, Time Warner Cable Nebraska Division President Beth Scarborough said: "Time Warner Cable is committed to serving the needs and interests of our customers, and Q Television is an ideal partner for reaching out to and including the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender members of our community through innovative and original programming that speaks to their lifestyle and concerns. We're proud to offer Q Television Network programming and believe it will be another quality programming choice for the broad range of people and perspectives we serve in Lincoln."

Added Carol Hinnant, QTN's Vice President, Affiliate Sales & Marketing, "Time Warner Cable is truly steadfast in its objective of connecting with all segments of its customer base, and we look forward to working with them to serve the entertainment and informational needs of the GLBT community in Lincoln. It is our continued goal to reach out and entertain GLBT communities where they have been underserved in the past. Lincoln, as one of the fastest growing non-Sun Belt cities in the U.S. and one of the fastest growing metro areas in the Midwestern region, is a welcome extension of Q's reach."

Q Television previously announced carriage agreements with Time Warner Cable systems in Houston, New York and New Jersey, with previous launches on Time Warner's Rochester, Syracuse and Maine divisions -- all within the last four months. The addition of Lincoln will extend QTN's reach by approximately 3 million digital cable households.

In addition to movies, documentaries and original series, Q Television currently offers its customers five hours of live programming daily, including such hit shows as "Brunch," "QueerEdge with Jack E. Jett," "The Reichen Show," "On Q Live," "Q on the Move," "QTN World News," "Xcess/Access," "On Topic" and "Flesh and Threads."

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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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Q Television Network Marches into the New Year by Concluding Distribution Agreement in Lincoln; GLBT Network Closes First Distribution Deal in Middle America
01/10/2006 10:30
Migrating its programming service from major urban markets to middle America, Q Television Network (Pink Sheets: QBID) has announced its launch on the Time Warner Cable Nebraska system, servicing the Lincoln area and the seven colleges and universities in the marketplace.

Lincoln area cable subscribers will be able to sign on for QTN's live, original, gay and lesbian programming as a 24/7 premium network, carried on channel 392 effective immediately, for a monthly fee of $7.95. Subscribers will also need a digital cable box to receive the channel. The launch marks QTN's sixth Time Warner carriage deal and signals the network's first move into both middle America and the surrounding rural communities.

In announcing the carriage agreement, Time Warner Cable Nebraska Division President Beth Scarborough said: "Time Warner Cable is committed to serving the needs and interests of our customers, and Q Television is an ideal partner for reaching out to and including the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender members of our community through innovative and original programming that speaks to their lifestyle and concerns. We're proud to offer Q Television Network programming and believe it will be another quality programming choice for the broad range of people and perspectives we serve in Lincoln."

Added Carol Hinnant, QTN's Vice President, Affiliate Sales & Marketing, "Time Warner Cable is truly steadfast in its objective of connecting with all segments of its customer base, and we look forward to working with them to serve the entertainment and informational needs of the GLBT community in Lincoln. It is our continued goal to reach out and entertain GLBT communities where they have been underserved in the past. Lincoln, as one of the fastest growing non-Sun Belt cities in the U.S. and one of the fastest growing metro areas in the Midwestern region, is a welcome extension of Q's reach."

Q Television previously announced carriage agreements with Time Warner Cable systems in Houston, New York and New Jersey, with previous launches on Time Warner's Rochester, Syracuse and Maine divisions -- all within the last four months. The addition of Lincoln will extend QTN's reach by approximately 3 million digital cable households.

In addition to movies, documentaries and original series, Q Television currently offers its customers five hours of live programming daily, including such hit shows as "Brunch," "QueerEdge with Jack E. Jett," "The Reichen Show," "On Q Live," "Q on the Move," "QTN World News," "Xcess/Access," "On Topic" and "Flesh and Threads."

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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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vol 1.8B - lots of dumping but the bid keeps going back to .0002
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Q Television Network Adds Several Hundred Million Dollars in Assets to Triangle Multi-Media's Bottom-Line
01/10/2006 09:00
Triangle Multi-Media (Pink Sheets: QBID) announced today that, in accordance with SAAG, Triangle Multi-Media will start accounting for Q Television Network as a 100% wholly owned subsidiary. This means Triangle Multi-Media common shareholders own one hundred percent of Q Television Network's (QTN) total asset base, including its contracts with Time Warner, Cox Communications, RCN and Australia's SelecTV, as well as advertising revenue, tangible property, subscriber base and an independent audited film library worth over several hundred million dollars.

"Q Television Network has been operating as an independent entity and held in its entirety since it was incorporated. QTN will be accounted for as a wholly owned subsidiary of Triangle Multi-Media in accordance with SAAG. Triangle Multi-Media common shareholders control one hundred percent of Q Television Network," said Frank Olsen, CEO of Triangle Multi-Media and Q Television Network. "Up to thirty percent of QTN may be used for future financing and debt. With the accelerated growth of QTN, management felt it was time to formally announce this to QBID shareholders," added Olsen.

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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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and just so we dont forget

quote:
Originally posted by Dew-it:
do I have to wear the dunce hat too? LOL!


YES!!!! and heres what you will look like in the garage.

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Semester #3 started,Only 7 more semesters to go.
Why, in an age where information is so easy to get, cant we find information on one man.
Experience is something you dont get until just after you need it.

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So did anyone finally figure what SAAG really mean? I can't find any info on it.
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And the Ode to our cheesecake warriors.

Okay we have a third contestant, here they are in order

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-- BottomLiner --- MJM -------------- Boss Hoss Trader ---------

Who will win, who will blow, stay tuned to find out

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Why, in an age where information is so easy to get, cant we find information on one man.
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as soon as they want. we have a large parking garrage in vegas for them.


You know they will be there [Big Grin]


well im off to work so i will be a stranger till after 10 pm now have a good day guys.

Rod

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So how long before the bashers jump on the new thread name? LOL

Go Q!



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Let's hope it's a 40B trading day (so all the extra stock Frank's dumping is dried up =p )

Doc and Imak, if we hit big I'll buy you a round at the next shareholder meeting [Razz]

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quote:
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So did anyone finally figure what SAAG really mean? I can't find any info on it.

Standard Accounting and Auditing Guidelines

http://www.ifac.org/Guidance/

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ok one more

http://www.marketwatch.com/tools/quotes/newsarticle.asp?g=1BD54A070E794ED3AFA1A0B81C1C9013&siteid=mktw&dist=nbs


Q Television Network Announces Premiere Party for the Midwest Episode of 'Q On the Move with Nick Oram' at Sidetrack in Chicago
1/10/2006 11:30:29 AM


BURBANK, Calif., Jan 10, 2006 /PRNewswire-FirstCall via COMTEX/ -- Q Television Network (OTC Pink Sheets: QBID), America's groundbreaking network for gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transgendered individuals (GLBT), has announced a special Chicago premiere and party for "Q On the Move with Nick Oram." Event will be held at the famous Sidetrack nightclub in Chicago on January 25th. Q Television Network is now available on RCN's Chicago cable system, channel 270.

(Photo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20060110/LATU073 )

What: Q Television Network premiere and party for the Midwest episode
of the hot globetrotting travel series, "Q On the Move"
featuring Chicago. Evening highlights will include giveaways,
special prizes and sponsored reception.

Who: Special appearance by Nick Oram, Host and Executive Producer
of "Q On the Move"

When: 7-11 pm, Wednesday, January 25, 2006
8 pm - Premiere of "Q On the Move" promptly begins

Where: Sidetrack
3349 North Halsted Street, Chicago IL 60657
http://www.sidetrackchicago.com

Sponsors: RCN, Sidetrack, Gay Games(R)

Parking: Valet Parking Available


Host Nick Oram takes his "Q On the Move" cameras all across the world, introducing his viewers to all of the remarkable places he visits as well as the uncanny and inspiring people he meets. Now in its second year of production, Oram brings to Q Television Network (QTN) viewers one of the hottest, most entertaining gay television shows offered anywhere. Nick and the QTN cameras will be at Sidetrack on January 25th to bring you into the action too. For more information on Nick Oram and "Q On the Move" visit http://www.nickoram.com and http://www.qtelevision.com.

For more information on Gay Games(R) please visit: http://www.GayGamesChicago.org/

Q Television Network currently offers its customers five hours of live programming daily, kicking off its morning fare with the new hit show "Brunch," which stars Honey Labrador and Scott Withers. The day ends with QTN's signature series "On Q Live," a fun-filled adventure of news, guests, sports and entertainment. QTN also offers its customers original programs such as "Q on the Move with Nick Oram," the first-ever travel show for the GLBT community; "QueerEdge with Jack E. Jett," a live nightly talk show that takes viewers to the farthest reaches of "Queerdom"; and "Flesh and Threads," a dance show that brings fashion and the gay beat to the dance floor.

About Q Television

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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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Screen AActor's Guild?

[Razz]

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Doc and Imak must have used a propane torch to warm up Q's seat. Nice going guys !!! [Smile]

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Wish the pps would move!!!
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SAAG, Sorry Ass Arogant Gamblers. Just guessing.
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Southern Alberta Art Gallery...
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quote:
Originally posted by Dew-it:
So did anyone finally figure what SAAG really mean? I can't find any info on it.

Shareholders Asses Are Gone
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How many prs are we going to get today. And will we get the BIG ONE?!!!!!!!!1
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quote:
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SAAG, Sorry Ass Arogant Gamblers. Just guessing.

DIG
I think we have a winner ... [Big Grin]

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Everything I say is only my opinion ... right or wrong.

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quote:
Originally posted by DIGDOUGH:
SAAG, Sorry Ass Arogant Gamblers. Just guessing.

LOL We have complied with that for a while now if that is the case!! [Big Grin]

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I just want to make enough money to be eccentric.

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Sell All Assets of the Gay
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Ode to our Transparency Seekers

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M.M.
Semester #3 started,Only 7 more semesters to go.
Why, in an age where information is so easy to get, cant we find information on one man.
Experience is something you dont get until just after you need it.

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About to hit 2B
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Silly PUMPERS.
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Can we see current L2s?

[Smile]

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