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IamtheWalrus
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[/QUOTE]PB, I thought earlier in this thread (December 19th) you said you bought in at .0009. ??

Jo [/qb][/QUOTE]Did, but bought more at .0013 last week and .0015 yesterday.
Last night I reflected on the future of this stock.
I'll keep those opinions to myself.
Lets ee what next week brings us. [/QB][/QUOTE]

why do you buy more on the trend up. these pennies always fall backdown.

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Because i did not connect all the dots. IOW I was not aware of the share dilution, dates/amounts.
After I did some figuring later thursady night, i felt I made a poor decision.
So i bought on the HUGE breaking news, sales/$3M worth for 07. Figured this co will go places. But that will take some time. Clint needs to get the share structure under control.
A few pennies do not fall back. Look at PYPR's chart for Oct. I was expecting ETIM to be near bottom and was up from here. it might be, but I'm not going to hold to find out.

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Eternal Image Completes Tooling Process for American Kennel Club Licensed Funeral Urns
Business Wire - January 17, 2007 09:00
Product will ship early, beginning March 1


FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich., Jan 17, 2007 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Eternal Image, Inc. (OTC:ETIM.PK), a public company engaged in the design, manufacturing and marketing of licensed image caskets and urns, today announced the early completion of the tooling process for the manufacturing of its coming line of American Kennel Club (AKC) pet urns.

"We are pleased to announce that production of the urns has already begun and that shipment will begin on or about March 1," said Donna Shatter, vice president of operations for Eternal Image. "Our production and design team worked overtime to make this early launch possible because pre-orders through the AKC and Cherrybrook have been strong and interest in the product has been high."

The early production has also been managed through the presence of an Eternal Image manufacturing engineer assuring production quality on site at the plant in China. The launch had originally been scheduled for the end of March.

The urns feature the AKC logo embossed on the metal casing. The lid of the urn includes a photo of the animal and a gold nameplate is mounted on the front. The top half of the urn is finished in burnished copper and gold while the base has the appearance of a deep rich wood.

Urns can be ordered through the American Kennel Club (www.akc.org) and Cherrybrook (www.Cherrybrook.com) websites.

About Eternal Image

Eternal Image, founded in 2002, is headquartered in Farmington Hills, MI. The company is the first and only manufacturer and marketer of licensed image funerary products. Currently, the company offers urns and caskets that feature licensed images from Major League Baseball(R), Precious Moments(TM) and the Vatican Library Collection(TM), as well as pet urns featuring the American Kennel Club(TM). For more information about EI, visit www.EternalImage.net or call 1-888-6-CASKET.

SAFE HARBOR STATEMENT

Statements in this news release relating to plans, strategies, economic performance and trends, projections of results of specific activities or investments, and other statements that are not descriptions of historical facts may be forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1993 and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.

Forward-looking information is inherently subject to risks and uncertainties, and actual results could differ materially from those currently anticipated due to a number of factors, which include but are not limited to risk factors inherent in doing business. Forward-looking statements may be identified by terms such as "may", "will," "should," "could," "expects," "plans," "intends," "anticipates," "believes," "estimates," "predicts," "forecasts," "potential" or "continue" or similar terms or the negative of these terms.

Although we believe that the expectations reflected in the forward-looking statements are reasonable, we cannot guarantee future results, levels of activity, performance or achievements. The company has no obligation to update these forward-looking statements.

SOURCE: Eternal Image, Inc.

Investor Relations Contact:
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Whereis this going? The tuesday speculation so many had made is totally coming out adversely. Anybody heard anything?
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I dont expect this to do **** until products hit the floors. Wait it out.
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quote:
Originally posted by C_Everts2:
Whereis this going? The tuesday speculation so many had made is totally coming out adversely. Anybody heard anything?

"where is this going?"
Well that all/100% depends on what Clint decides.
He's 'the man"...putting it nicely.
I wrote Clint a short but straightup email this morning. He wrote back within the minute, wishing me "luck to you Sir".

so to answer your question, i have a hunch, but ain't gonna say.
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paul, I really don't think you have a clue on this and any other stock for that matter.

NITE sucked up everything at .001 today. Always a good sign.

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Yeee Hawwww!!! Looking for the bottom, gotta be close!

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January 19, 2007 09:00 AM US Eastern Timezone

Eternal Image Launches Global Marketing Effort for Vatican Library Collection(TM) Product Line

FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--
Eternal Image, Inc. (OTC:ETIM.PK), a public company engaged in the design, manufacturing and marketing of licensed image caskets and urns, has begun delivering its first wave of Vatican Library Collection™ urns to distributors and funeral homes in the United States.

Response to the line in the US has been strong and the company is next seeking to expand its distribution overseas under its global licensing agreement.

“Our agreement allows us to market these products worldwide,” said Clint Mytych, president of Eternal Image. “So, our next step is to establish international distribution for the line. The premise of supporting the Vatican Library Collection is one that our research shows will appeal to a broad base of Christians across all borders.”

The company is meeting with distribution companies in the US and abroad as it sets a strategy for global distribution.

“We hope to have an announcement for international distribution plans in early 2007,” added Mytych.

Proceeds of the sale of each urn (and, beginning in 2007, each casket) benefit the famed Vatican Library, a historical collection of more than two million printed works. Until very recently the special collection, established by Pope Nicholas in 1451 within the Vatican, was protected with such dedication that only a handful of scholars have had access. Today the collection, its artifacts spanning 2000 years, is becoming visible to a wider audience.

Eternal Image remains committed to growing its line of licensed-brand funeral products. For more information, visit http://www.eternalimage.net.

http://www.vatican.va/phome_en.htm

http://bav.vatican.va/en/v_home_bav/home_bav.shtml

http://www.eternalimage.net

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buy on rumors...SELL!!!ON!!!!NEWS!!!!!!

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Hope those 504 shares are about finished.

Anyone do a chart on this one?

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Pet care doesn't end at death for U.S. consumers

By Justin Grant Mon Jan 22, 2:04 PM ET

NEW YORK, Jan 22 (Reuters Life!) - For many owners, a pet is more than just an animal, with the thought of little Fido's ashes being thrown into a landfill too much to bear and fuelling a surge in demand for pet urns.

One out of 10 dog and cat owners would buy an urn for their pet on its death, according to a survey by the American Pet Products Manufacturers Association. That translates to nearly 20 million urns and 12.5 million headstones each year.

"It's an extremely fast-growing industry," said Glenn Lyle of B&L Cremation Systems Inc. in North Largo, Florida, which makes human and animal cremation equipment.

Eternal Image Inc., which makes customized caskets and urns, is looking to capitalise on that growth. Last week, the company said it will introduce a line of urns that resemble trophies in March.

Selling for $149 (75 pounds), the urns are made from burnished copper, bronze and wood, and are designed to resemble something a pet would win at a show, Eternal Image Chief Executive Clint Mytych said in an interview.

"One gentleman said he had the remains of his dog in a box in his desk drawer," Mytych said. "People are looking for a place to put it, and frankly I think our urn is tasteful."

"The urn selection has been pretty bad up until now. There's a lot of small, novelty-looking urns," Mytych said.

Last June, Eternal Image signed a multiyear licensing deal with Major League Baseball to sell caskets and urns featuring team logos. The company also has licensing agreements with the
Vatican Library and figurine-maker Precious Moments.

Since backyard burials are forbidden in many U.S. markets and are logistically impossible for urban apartment dwellers, cremation is the only means of disposal for many.

Owners of pets who die at animal hospitals are incinerated along with other animals and their remains disposed of at a local landfill or rendering plant.

If the owner wants the remains back, the animal is cremated individually.

The practice of memorializing pets dates back thousands of years, all the way to the ancient Egyptians, said Stephen Zawistowski, a historian at the ASPCA (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals).

"If you were an ancient Egyptian, you would've shaved your eyebrows as a form of mourning for your dead cat," he said. "In the pyramids they found thousands of embalmed cats - cat mummies," said Zawistowski.

"There is evidence going back 6,000 to 10,000 years of people burying their pets," Zawistowski said.

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Over the yrs I've seen much much more of animal abuse here in america than love of animals. And I'm refering to pets in the animal category as well.
So I really wouldn't expect a whole lot of sales on "pet urns"
Clint has the latest in dilution machines, has 5 speeds PLUS comes witha remote.
Clint also has the latest in Fluff machines, also with remote

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i sold back at .006-.0075 range, but PR is better than the none, and this is not from ETIM, but from a writer with Reuters.....

dilution is almost always a problem, but current/potential stock value at current outstanding is the KEY

with 1 billion outstanding shares worth * .001 current market cap = $1 million

at $2 billion outstanding, worth $2 million


these are very plausible numbers based on their current business( and may be a bit low), but with increased market share and sales $15-25 million market cap seems inline also....

thus potential(again potential) seems to indicate the max share value this company will see based on current outstanding is the .007-.01 range again, and if it goes higher will be shorted lived

at .02 range this company would be worth around $40 million, alot of dough, just don't see it
(again based on the current #s)


so ask yourself before u buy( if u have a good and confident grasp of the o/s) what is the market cap today, and what would this company have to be worth for me to realize my gains( small, medium, huge) in the future

'cause most pennies wil not go up and hold WAY over their market values>>>>>Rarely !

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Correct, Until Clint buys back 2 BILLION!!!! (all dumped in a like 2 months!!!!!) of his shares, this stock is money down the drain.
Clint has the latest dilution machines, has 5 speeds PLUS has a remote, and a ticket counter. Clocks faster than one of those gas station pumps

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ETIM getting noticed a bit..Yahoo & Reuters..

http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20070122/us_nm/pets_cremation_dc_1

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Hopefully this will translate into profits and an increased pps!!
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I just asked the wife if she'd place our beloved cats ashes ina urn. To my surprise she said yes.
Good grief. and i really thought I knew her well...OK she said "would be nice a small shrine with the urn in the backyard"...but we are about to move. Besides many live in condos and apts who do not have a backyard.
I just don't get the pet urn idea. But then I don't get the idae of caskets and urns for human remains either

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Eternal Image Welcomed as a Member of the Casket & Funeral Supply Association of America
Wednesday January 24, 9:00 am ET


FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Eternal Image, Inc. (OTC:ETIM.PK - News), a public company engaged in the design, manufacturing and marketing of licensed image caskets and urns, has been accepted for membership in the Casket & Funeral Supply Association of America (CFSAA). The organization represents the interests of member suppliers to licensed funeral homes and licensed funeral directors and is one of the industry's top trade groups.
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"Membership in the Casket & Funeral Supply Association of America represents an opportunity to interact with nearly all the major manufacturers and distributors in the funerary industry," said Clint Mytych, president of Eternal Image. "Our distribution formally began this month with the launch of our first urns, and we are on track to debut a number of different products in February, March and early summer. It is an exciting time for us and the right time to join CFSAA."

CFSAA seeks to provide useful information and perspectives on the funeral industry and the funeral supply industry to support manufacturers and suppliers of funeral goods and/or services. For more information, visit www.cfsaa.org.

About Eternal Image

Eternal Image, founded in 2002, is headquartered in Farmington Hills, MI. The company is the first and only manufacturer and marketer of licensed image funerary products. Currently, the company offers urns and caskets that feature licensed images from Major League Baseball®, Precious Moments(TM) and the Vatican Library Collection(TM), as well as pet urns featuring the American Kennel Club(TM). For more information about EI, visit www.EternalImage.net or call 1-888-6-CASKET.

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Paulsbest if you lived in Florida and knew the personalities of old people with their pets...you would get the idea of the pet urns
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I have our deceased dogs ashes in a wood box with a little name plague on it. It has sat on the mantel for 4 years now. The town where I live is very well to do and people here are constantly having their pets cremated and ashes are brought back home. They are not a pet, they are a member of the family!!! Look at the people in New Orleans that wouldn't leave because they couldn't take their pets, this is BIG business!!!!!
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Sure is, paulbest hasn't a clue. He must think the world thinks the same way he does. Glad it does not.
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here is a way to think about it. As long as they can sell what they make it for a profit it can't hurt the company, I am sure that ETIM thought about this for more than a day (I hope). I don't remember the last time i went to pets mart or petco and saw a pet urn, but i wasn't looking for one. Maybee it would be something the vet would offer when they recomend the pet be put to sleep, who knows, i am going to petco in the morning to see if they offer such a thing. I know my crazzzzy nieghbors would buy one, after all they buy x-mas and b-day gifts for thier pets. I wouldn't buy that stuff for my pets, after all a dog is just a dog to me, but that is just me. could be a big market for this kind of thing.
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here's hoping we don't dilute below .0008, the 504 financed shares are soon to be gone according to others. We are in a company fund raising mode and 504's are sold into news and everytime the PPS drops, we've had 5 PR's since the beginning of the year. No one really knows what the A/S and O/S is as of today, we should get an update from the company soon (I hope) I want to buy more at these levels and continue to average down, but if we are headed to .0005 then I'll wait. Wait and see, hold, grin and bear it!!!

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AS is 2.569 billion. OS was 1.9 last time updated but may be more now.

I really don't understand either all the money that people spend on there pets but I know there are alot that treat them as a family member. He'll, my dad's idea of a funeral for an unwanted pet was a 12 ga shotgun & a walk to the woods!

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this thing is sooooooo diluted. and there is no end in sight.
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Those days are gone Bawz2. Today pets are treated as part of the family in every way and I personally think that if you own a pet you should treated as a member of the family.
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quote:
Originally posted by casviper:
this thing is sooooooo diluted. and there is no end in sight.

Clint said he will put away his Dilution Machine, he has the latest model , offers 5 speeds PLUS has a remote so he doesn't have to get up out his EAZZZY chair.

I was thinking about getting in at .0005...but with your comment, I have doubts. I already lost money in this stock 2 X's.

Hopefully Clint will be "more generous" than Pawson over at CBAY who only bought back...get this....1.5M of his 200MILLION ++ shares out.
Clint needs to take off 2 BILLION shares out the market.
A very long way to go.

btw these latest "news" releases from Clint doesn't mean "money in the bank"
There's prodution costs/overhead to pay for.
This little co has a long way to go.
Be careful with this one. Even the flippers have been scared off.

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Why not buy in at .008 and buzz out at .009 easy as pie 11%!!!!
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GOLF57, try telling my dad that. I wouldn't do it if the gun is in hand though.
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this baseball urn deal may not be all its cracked up to be. now a days there is so much player trading going on, that by the end of their careers, most players have been with numerous teams, and do not feel so attached to any one team, that they want a team image on their urn.
just a thought.
hopefully the price will go up and some of you guys can get out.

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Eternal Image Completes Tooling Process for Major League Baseball(TM) Licensed Funeral Urns

Friday , January 26, 2007 09:00ET

FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich., Jan 26, 2007 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Eternal Image, Inc. (OTC:ETIM.PK), a public company engaged in the design, manufacturing and marketing of licensed brand image caskets and urns, today announced that it has completed the tooling process for manufacturing its coming line of Major League Baseball(TM) licensed urns.

"This has been and continues to be a very exciting time as we work toward the launch of a line of products that has created great anticipation in the marketplace," said Clint Mytych, president of Eternal Image (EI). "We have a waiting list of consumers who have called and emailed to make clear they want to purchase urns featuring specific teams, and our distributors are eagerly gearing up to sell the products."

EI will roll out the product line in three waves. The first group of urns will include the reigning World Series Champions, St. Louis Cardinals, as well as the Atlanta Braves, Boston Red Sox, Chicago Cubs, Detroit Tigers, Los Angeles Dodgers, New York Yankees and Philadelphia Phillies. Twelve more teams will be added to the line in late 2007 with the balance of 10 teams added in 2008. The urns will have a suggested retail price of $699.

The company has been signing major distributors, recently announcing agreements covering territories that include Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, New England, New York/New Jersey and metro-Philadelphia (PA). Additional distribution agreements are expected shortly.

In addition, EI has begun the design phase for the corresponding line of Major League Baseball(TM) caskets, which it expects to complete by month's end.

About Eternal Image

Eternal Image, founded in 2002, is headquartered in Farmington Hills, MI. The company is the first and only manufacturer and marketer of licensed brand image funerary products. Currently, the company offers urns and caskets that feature licensed images from Major League Baseball(TM), Precious Moments(TM) and the Vatican Library Collection(TM), as well as pet urns featuring the American Kennel Club(TM). For more information about EI, visit www.EternalImage.net or call 1-888-6-CASKET.

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like i said above hopefully the price will move up now, and some of you guys can out.

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Almost to rock bottom in my portfolio, $56.00 more to go till I am at $0. Might as well hold, there really isn't much else to do at this point!!
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quote:
Originally posted by onemorehit:
Almost to rock bottom in my portfolio, $56.00 more to go till I am at $0. Might as well hold, there really isn't much else to do at this point!!

Clint needs to stop putting out fluff and do the thing he knows he MUST do.
That is buy back the 2 billion shares.
From the answer I got in my email to him last week, chances are "slim to none" he'll ...'step up to the plate"
lol

Get it?
"baseball urns"

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Do not invest on any of my suggestions

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