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Guy Tough
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It seems EPGL thread is closed, it's time to open a new one!

This stock is so undervalued at its current PPS it's not even funny. I think we're VERY close to bottom. The float is currently 20.87 million, 34.49 mil outstanding.It will not stay down here with its share structure as small as it is!

Last time this stock dipped to this .002 range
it ran to .015 and IMO it's worth at least .05 with current contracts in place. DD this one.

This is the company's 36th year in business.
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I'm going to back up a bit here to help with anyone interested:

EP Global Communications Inc. and the U.S. Army Partner to Provide Education and Services to Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Command's Exceptional Family Member Program, Medical Staff and Families of Children and Adults with Special Needs

JOHNSTOWN, Penn., Dec. 5 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- EP Global Communications Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: EPGL) today announced it is the recipient of an $850,000 research contract for a U.S. Army Research Project entitled 'Exceptional Family Training and Transitioning Program,' focusing on education and training in the developmental and special health care needs arena. EP is expected to deliver all service under the contract in 2007, commencing January 2007. The Company will work with the U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command (USAMRMC) and Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Command's (Family and MWR Command) Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) program managers and families to develop and implement a series of online CME and CEU accredited interactive TV-quality seminars on a variety of disability-specific topics. In addition, EP Global Communications will issue a special U.S. Army section of Exceptional Parent Magazine monthly throughout 2007. EP's flagship publication, Exceptional Parent, is devoted to individuals with special needs and their families, as well as physicians, allied health care professionals, teachers and caregivers. EP will also provide selections from the Exceptional Parent Bookstore to be delivered to specified U.S. Army installations and special needs families, while at the same time continuing to extend this valuable information for public interest.

The project is in response to a growing need inside the military among the many families caring for children, young adults, adults and returning soldiers with disabilities and special health care concerns. Providing this crucial information to families, in partnership through EFMP managers, and health care professionals contributes to overall unit readiness and effectiveness. Joseph M. Valenzano, Jr., the President and CEO of EP Global Communications Inc., views this venture as 'a great example of civilian and military cooperation focused on an area that helps improve the quality of life for military families and those they care for. At the same time, this project showcases the dedication and commitment of the talented physicians, EFMP managers, occupational and physical therapists and nurses who devote their energies to caring for those who have sustained significant disabilities in the defense of our freedom.' It is estimated that one member of every squad in the U.S. Army is caring for a child, young adult or adult with special needs.

Upon commencement, EP Global and Family and MWR Command EFMP will ask their mutually designated representatives to implement and distribute plan goals, following a needs assessment meeting with representatives of the Army Medical Command, Family and MWR Command, EFMP managers, Office of Secretary of Defense (OSD) Educational Opportunities, and other interested parties. Up to eight military installations will be identified as the target U.S. Army recipients of this information, and these centers will be key sites for measuring the effectiveness of this research undertaking.

Beginning in January 2007, EP Global will deliver monthly up to 8,000 customized copies of its flagship publication, Exceptional Parent Magazine to the designated military installations that include the major hospitals and/or combined rehabilitation facilities.

EP Global will also work with the Family and MWR Command EFMP program managers, Army Medical Corps and professional medical societies such as the American Academy of Developmental Medicine and Dentistry (AADMD) in developing and executing up to six CME and CEU accredited online interactive TV-quality seminars to Exceptional Family Military Program (EFMP) families, Army Medical Staff and others in the area of developmental disabilities. The topics of these seminars will be selected by the special needs assessment Family and MWR Command EFMP delegates working in concert with EP Global Communications and its associated partners, the AADMD and Vemics, Inc.

The Exceptional Parent Bookstore (http://www.eplibrary.com ) will also arrange to provide each of the designated military installations with books and materials from its diverse collection of valuable special needs publications.

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More background...

EP Global Communications Inc. and MassMutual Commit to 2007 Programs
JOHNSTOWN, Pa., Dec. 7 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- EP Global Communications Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: EPGL) today announced that Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company (MassMutual) has renewed its annual sponsorship with the Company by supporting the EP Disability Awareness Nights(TM)(DAN) program in 2007. MassMutual has also committed to acquiring over 100 Vemics/EPLiveOnLine On Line Interactive TV Quality Systems for use in its SpecialCare(SM) program and throughout their Agency Network. Vemics stands for Visually Enhanced Multi-Point Interactive Communications System.

MassMutual, in conjunction with EP, has sponsored Disability Awareness Nights(TM) at Major and Minor League ballparks across the country since the program's inception in 2002. In addition to honoring local champions of people with special needs, the national campaign continues to draw attention to the 54 million Americans with disabilities and other special needs and their caregivers. In the 2006 season alone MassMutual sponsored 36 DAN events at Major and Minor League ballparks through the nation reaching thousands of people with disabilities and the organizations and professional medical societies who are involved in their care and development. In addition, MassMutual has been a champion and sponsor of the Annual Hall of Fame Baseball Game at Cooperstown each year at which the Company honors service men and women who have sustained disabilities as a result of combat operations in theatres of conflict around the world, particularly Iraq and Afghanistan.

The decision by MassMutual to work with EP and its global partner, Vemics, Inc., with the EP LiveOnLine System will enhance the ability of MassMutual to communicate more effectively in a live interactive environment with its General Agents, who are essentially located around the nation. The system will enhance the ability of MassMutual to conduct live interactive meetings among its Agencies and Corporate offices, expand communications, augment the effectiveness of presentations and enhance productivity without the need for excessive travel and its associated costs. Finally, the benefits of information and support to participants of the SpecialCare(SM) program, an exclusive program developed to provide access to specialists and financial solutions that can help improve the quality of life for people with disabilities, will be augmented. More families, physicians and executive directors of non-profit organizations and professional medical societies can be reached through the use of this system in a cost-effective manner. Vemics LiveAccess(TM) is a fully managed and hosted service that delivers next- generation video integrated with wideband audio and a full suite of web- collaboration tools in a single browser window accessible from a desktop or laptop anywhere in the world where broadband, DSL or wireless access to the internet is available. LiveAccess enables organizations to work and learn 'virtually' as if everyone was in the same room and it replicates virtually anything that can be done in a live classroom setting. Vemics offers a wide array of solutions, rooted in education, that include technology, industry specific content and deep customer support. The system has been used in the financial services sector and in the medical education arena with great success over the past year.

Joe Valenzano, President and CEO of EP Global Communications Inc. feels that: 'Once again MassMutual has taken a leadership role in delivering high- quality service and provided innovative, thoughtful programs and capabilities that demonstrate they are a 'company who cares.' MassMutual is one of twelve companies and organizations in the 36-year history of EP Magazine to have received the prestigious EP Symbol of Excellence Award symbolic of a company who has demonstrated leadership, innovative product development and selflessness in the delivery of much needed products and services for people with special needs and those involved in their care.'

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This is one I really liked. Notice the terms "unrestricted grant" and " Allergan":

'Current Treatment Therapies for the Management of Spasticity in People with Movement Disorders'

The Six Part Program series is made possible in part by an Unrestricted Educational Grant from Allergan, Inc.

JOHNSTOWN, Pa., Feb. 5 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ - EP Global Communications Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: EPGL) and its program sponsor, EP Foundation for Education, Inc. (EPFE) -- a 501 (C)3 not-for-profit corporation -- announced today the receipt of an unrestricted educational grant from Allergan, Inc. to develop six online live interactive CME accredited educational programs. The working title of the program series is 'Current Treatment Therapies for Spasticity in People with Movement Disorders.' The series will utilize Vemics Inc.'s proprietary system that produces live, interactive, TV-quality programs online and is offered under the EP LiveOnline educational brand, a joint venture between EPGL and Vemics, Inc.

Faculty will be chosen by the American Academy of Developmental Medicine & Dentistry, with CME accreditation Provided by the University of Tennessee College of Medicine -- Chattanooga Unit. The target audience and expected attendees include: primary care physicians, pediatric and adult neurologists, psychiatrists, occupational and physical therapists, developmental disability nurses, physical medicine and rehabilitation specialists. Also expected among the primary audience are families, caregivers, and other allied healthcare providers involved in the treatment, care and development of people with chronic long term special needs such as cerebral palsy, spasticity, dystonia, and traumatic brain injury, and other complex movement disorders. The programs will take place once a month, beginning in May of 2007. Specific dates for these programs will be forthcoming and announced on the company's web site at www.eparent.com along with appropriate announcements in various media.

The goal of the program is to provide exceptional educational opportunities for physicians and allied healthcare professionals, as well as families and caregivers, specifically expanding their awareness of advances in the diagnosis and treatment of the aforementioned conditions. The conference will also be made accessible to families of children and adults who have movement disorders, to promote and encourage a better understanding of the diagnosis, treatment and care. Each program will be offered to various U.S. Army bases and medical facilities as well as the EFMP Program under the company's contract with the U.S. Army.

About the EP Foundation for Education

The Atlanta-based EP Foundation for Education, Inc. is a 501(C)3 Not for Profit Corporation headed by Frank J. Murphy. The organization is dedicated to improving the lives of people with disabilities, special health care needs and chronic conditions, and the families and others involved in their care and development.

About EP Global Communications, Inc.

EP Global Communications ('Exceptional Parent') is a 36-year-old award- winning publishing and communications company that provides practical advice and emotional support to families of children and adults with disabilities and special health care needs -- as well as the physicians, allied health care and educational professionals who are involved in their care and development. EP uses a multi-media approach to disseminate information via: its monthly award- winning publication, Exceptional Parent; Web site (www.eparent.com); clinical custom communications projects; the EP Library Bookstore (www.eplibrary.com) of disability books, videos and tapes; on-line, interactive CME/CEU accredited seminars & teleconferences on a wide range of special needs topics.

About Vemics, Inc.

Vemics, Inc. (VMCI:PK) is a leading provider of hosted, real-time collaboration and learning applications. Vemics LiveAccess(TM) solutions combine multipoint video/voice and data technologies with industry specific content, consulting expertise and deep customer support enabling organizations large and small to work, collaborate and learn face-to-face, online from almost anywhere with little or no capital investment. Vemics NuScribe(TM) provides voice-activated solutions for physician transcription and electronic medical record creation. Vemics is based in New York with offices in Boston, Philadelphia and Austin. www.vemics.com.

About the American Academy of Developmental Medicine and Dentistry

The mission of the American Academy of Developmental Medicine and Dentistry (AADMD) is to improve the overall health of individuals with Neurodevelopmental Disorders and/or Intellectual Disabilities (ND/ID).

About Allergan, Inc.

Allergan, Inc., with headquarters in Irvine, California, is a global specialty pharmaceutical company that develops and commercializes innovative products for the eye care, neuromodulator, skin care and other specialty markets. In addition to its discovery-to-development research programs, Allergan has global marketing and sales capabilities in over 100 countries that deliver value to our customers, satisfy unmet medical needs and improve people's lives. Driven by technology and innovation, Allergan addresses the needs of consumers across the world with over 5,000 employees worldwide, 4 world-class Research and Development facilities and 3 state-of-the-art manufacturing plants.

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The trading range has been narrowing recently, MACD has flattened out and IMO we're at or very near bottom.
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Sorry double post
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[Cool] I got some of this> Jst waiting for a good run!!!!!!!

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A form 5 was released March 1st.
Former officer of EP, Robert Salluzzo- 377,883
shares,common stock. Spouse- 300,000 shares common stock. Former insiders picking up shares?
Annual financial report will be out soon, I'm thinking it's positive.

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This stock is so undervalued at its current PPS it's not even funny. I think we're VERY close to bottom. The float is currently 20.87 million, 34.49 mil outstanding.It will not stay down here with its share structure as small as it is!

You may check with the TA on these numbers. The OS is closer to 80mm than 35mm. TMAN...

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This is a great company. But they
are selling 200 M shares that was
filed with SEC one year ago. You
may have to wait until the dilution
is done. Please check with SEC before
you post a stock. One indicator of
dilution is huge volune in recent
weeks. Weekly volune has tripled
in the last 4 weeks. I will not
get in until the dilution is done.
The O/S could be around 100 M shares
based on weekly volume. If you think
they have low float based on latest
10Q, you are misled. Comparing the
recent weekly volume with that of
3 months ago, you will be alarmed by
the problem of dilution.

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tman, I strictly post by released information.
Sorry if the numbers are wrong, but do you know what they actually are? Even if the OS is 80 mil, that is still absolutely TINY for a subber.
I am sticking to my guns, this will be a great one IMO...

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so how big is it gonna be in 2007 guy? Im in as of today. this pos gonna run?, lol
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I'm in as well with 100K shares at .0022 . I heard it is suppose to be trading * .02 by next week !!! [Smile] J/K

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I didn't hear anything.My guts tell its going to be a good rollercoaster ride!!!

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I like what I see so far today, bought more at .0022 and .0024
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OK what's up bid .0024 ask .0022?
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This thing would normally hit a penny and come back down.

Patience is a $$$$

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This looks like a good company. Should I invest? It seems like it could be at it's all time low. Any thoughts?
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Guys, double bottom is here ! Beautiful bottom dragonfly doji at the bottom. Here's the moment of truth. If it bounces here, we have ourselves a runner IMO...
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I snagged 800k at .0015 today. One day it will go big. And we all will be smiling. Just like last time.


Historical Time & Sales

EPGL(2007/03/08)
Time (EST) Volume Price Exchange Bought/Sold Tran/Type Legend
14:30:12 100000 0.0016 + OTCBB
14:29:06 357307 0.0016 + OTCBB
14:28:57 357307 0.0016 + OTCBB
14:01:18 50000 0.0016 + OTCBB
13:51:51 100000 0.0015 - OTCBB
13:34:30 50000 0.0015 - OTCBB
12:12:45 8235 0.0017 + OTCBB
11:24:00 1000 0.0017 + OTCBB
11:12:12 1935000 0.0014 - OTCBB
11:12:00 500000 0.0015 + OTCBB
11:08:39 150000 0.0015 + OTCBB
11:08:21 150000 0.0015 + OTCBB
11:08:09 250000 0.0015 + OTCBB
11:08:03 335000 0.0014 - OTCBB
11:07:54 400000 0.0014 - OTCBB
11:06:39 200000 0.0015 - OTCBB
11:06:12 100000 0.0015 - OTCBB
11:01:57 10000 0.0015 - OTCBB
10:59:15 92000 0.0015 - OTCBB
10:59:06 50000 0.0015 - OTCBB
10:57:42 250000 0.0015 - OTCBB
10:46:06 50000 0.0016 - OTCBB
10:42:54 250000 0.0016 - OTCBB
10:42:33 25000 0.0016 - OTCBB
10:28:00 80000 0.0017 + OTCBB
10:21:27 5000 0.0017 + OTCBB
10:21:24 250000 0.0017 OTCBB

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IN, movin'..big chart play here just like chnw was.. look for double
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on fire .0023/.0024
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.0024/.0025
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.0025/.0026 now
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NEWS
http://biz.yahoo.com/iw/070309/0224706.html

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volume says going over .003
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Damn! Tried to buy some at 0017 this morning but no fill! Up nicely so far!
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28/28
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catch any dip IMO
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I'm thinking to pick up a mil on the first dip. already holding some from .003's
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This looks to continue into monday, very strong, lots of interest
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Looks like it will be a strong runner today . Something happened in Dec 06 to make it gap up like a mother f-er .

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hard to get a fill here
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I see it's taking off on news and technical double bottom. This may continue for a while,
it's looking like profits this year and annual financials out this month...

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I just smacked the ask and got filled with ease. Nice chart.

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