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DONT KNOW BUT I BOUGHT MORE

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I need to have my head examined- I bought 1 million at .0001.
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quote:
Originally posted by T e x:
http://investorshub.*********/boards/read_msg.asp?message_id=24205716&txt2find=t uic+

What does TUIC have to do with RSHN Tex?
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What in the world is going on with this volume? I haven't been able to find any news since 11/2. anyone know anything? I am in this far, so - picked up more at .0001 today. The order was filled in nano seconds. That freaked me out a little, but it closed at .0002, so I was albe to exhale.
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STAY FREAKED OUT, ITS DILUTION, IMHO [Eek!]

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Well, I see the same old pest are still here. Wild volume for the day. Something is up, because we were stuck at around 817K for a long while and then Wham..... off we went. The MM's found out something, don't know if it is good or bad. However the charts show not dilution, but wild buying and some panic selling. However perhaps tomorrow will bring yet another PR to eke out more information and explain what happened.

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SORRY chklingon ITS THE BIG D THEN R/S JMO
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Well, I guess we will find out.....

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All I care about is selling out at .0002.
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If it is good news, the risk was worth it, if it is bad news, welcome to the pinks. I see volume is higher than normal today as well, about half the pace of yesterday. We didn't invest in any pink stock for retirement security, we were hoping to see it run again. If it does, you might have a little to invest in a low risk - low return stock. I'm just saying, don't be surprised if it goes south and rejoice if it goes north.
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I am not really worried. I bought 14,500,000 at .0001. It will only hurt if I cannot sell it or if it goes delisted.
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What was the last run up to?
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quote:
Originally posted by rzande1:
I am not really worried. I bought 14,500,000 at .0001. It will only hurt if I cannot sell it or if it goes delisted.

It ran up to .01 and damn was it nice!!! Made me BIG bucks. Now if I were you I would be worried. Try a lil test to see if it goes X .0001 and if it doesn't I'd be really worried now. DDSI taught me sh!t happens and so I bought only 15 mill shares (some X .0003, .0002, and .0001). Then I couldn't sell at all, even X .0001 and trouble began...

Good luck to ya buddy but only bet what you can LOSE and expect it to be GONE ALREADY... I hate to say that but I now trade from experience.

Good luck all and protect your capital and take some profit to keep you in the game!!!

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what is to stop this from running again? High volume could be good or could be bad. Anyone hearing anything yet?

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JMO, BUT ITS BAD! IF YOU GET ANY KIND OF RUN IT MIGHT BE TO .0010s AT BEST, BOB HAS SOLD WAY TO MANY SHARES. R/S WILL BE COMING!!!

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When a company does a r/s, that means they have scammed their shareholders. Usually, it is 1000 to 1. Bob has diluted this stock, but hasn't he only doubled the O/S? I don't know for sure. But, when a company dilutes, it is usually double or triple the shares already outstanding. Why then do they need to reduce them to 1/1000th of the o/s? Because they are scam artists! I, like many of you, am betting that Bob is not a scam artist. Let's hope we are not wrong.

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quote:
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quote:
Originally posted by T e x:
http://investorshub.*********/boards/read_msg.asp?message_id=24205716&txt2find=t uic+

What does TUIC have to do with RSHN Tex?
nothing...either I posted wrong or the system coughed...I dunno

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quote:
Originally posted by bilgert:
quote:
Originally posted by T e x:
http://investorshub.*********/boards/read_msg.asp?message_id=24205716&txt2find=t uic+

What does TUIC have to do with RSHN Tex?
nothing...either I posted wrong or the system coughed...I dunno

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quote:
Originally posted by oldguy:
When a company does a r/s, that means they have scammed their shareholders. Usually, it is 1000 to 1. Bob has diluted this stock, but hasn't he only doubled the O/S? I don't know for sure. But, when a company dilutes, it is usually double or triple the shares already outstanding. Why then do they need to reduce them to 1/1000th of the o/s? Because they are scam artists! I, like many of you, am betting that Bob is not a scam artist. Let's hope we are not wrong.

12B shares?????

LOL!!!!

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Well I decided to lower my position. I sold 14,553,000 shares and kept 1 million shares. If the stock runs then woohoo and I make 10 grand (if it hits .01). If it doesnt well then it doesnt. I dont know but I am reevaluating my penny stock activity. I make a ton more in the real listings. I have only made a loss in these.
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I must have missed something. did this close at .00 on Friday? I am showing a gain of .0001 and it is sitting at .0001. that is scary.

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I saw the same thing.
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quote:
Originally posted by IMAKEMONEY:
JMO, BUT ITS BAD! IF YOU GET ANY KIND OF RUN IT MIGHT BE TO .0010s AT BEST, BOB HAS SOLD WAY TO MANY SHARES. R/S WILL BE COMING!!!

I agree and I'm glad for those that were able to sell X .0001 and get some of their cash back. Take a look at the free L2's provided by Allstocks and you'll see why.

http://www.allstocks.com/html/free_level_2_pink_sheet_stock_.html

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I think the big volume was ole Bob doing the big "D" on us, as in either he or the company we got the shell from was having a fire sale.
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NEWS OUT!

RushNet & Hat Trick Beverages Complete Deal at NACS Show in Atlanta
Wednesday November 14, 1:24 pm ET

BLUE ISLAND, Ill.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--RushNet, Inc. (RSHN.PK) reported today that it has reached an agreement with Hat Trick Beverages, Inc. (HKBV.PK) to market its products in the Midwest region of the U.S. The discussions leading up to this agreement have been underway since October.

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RushNet and Hat Trick consummated their marketing agreement at the NACS (National Convenience Store Show) last week in Atlanta. The Marketing Plan includes Hat Trick’s PUMPED Fitness Water, and Vitamin-Packed ROADKILL Beverages, two new and unique products that have already shown great promise in the Northeast and West Coast markets. This new Agreement significantly expands RushNet’s portfolio of beverage products that it represents, and moves it swiftly into two dynamic beverage categories it has not been active in. Hat Trick (www.hattrickbeverages.com) welcomes the opportunity to increase the territory for its innovative beverages by utilizing RushNet’s distribution network.

Presidents from each company attended the recent NACS Show where they exhibited their product lines, and both made comments on the Agreement and the show. Robert Corr stated: “This is a great opportunity for RushNet to add to our portfolio of unique niche products. Hat Trick’s beverage lines are well-conceived and especially well-packaged. Hat Trick really adds a new dimension to our line-up of products. We saw the NACS show as a success for both companies as we received a good deal of positive response to our Apple Rush products as they did for their PUMPED and ROADKILL lines.”

Larry Twombly, President of Hat Trick commented: “Our Agreement with RushNet will definitely escalate our outreach into the Midwest, and we look forward to partnering with them there. We are fortunate to be able to use RushNet’s distribution network in that area, and their expertise will certainly develop that market more expediently for us, since our growth in the Northeast and West Coast has kept us very busy . We also foresee many other potential opportunities to develop this relationship further through joint marketing and distribution possibilities.”

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oh yeah baby! give me some road kill..WTF?
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LOL! no movement yet ? what a shocker! LOL!

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More garbage BS from Corr.

This distributor,....that distributor,... give it a break already Bob. [Roll Eyes]

Big deal,...he's selling 'someone else's products', don't these people
know that he can't even sell his own.

Run as fast as you can....

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****************, post by: improvguy2 Time: 11/15/2007 2:30:36 PM
Reply To: # 9473 By: rushthis
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Any response from Bob-- I'm trying not to laugh as I type that-- will promptly be shared. Bob's OK with answering simple, non-controversial e-mails, like "what trade show are you attending right now", but he ain't so good on ones that require answers.

Let's face it, that last PR was utter bollocks; he's not even picking partners well now, at least Wild Fruitz made sense. Let's start pushing for some answers again; it may seem futile, but we don't have a lot of other options. rjcorr**********, 708-389-6625. Always be polite, but let's put some pressure on!

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missing part on email is : g m a i l . c o m
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Hi guys, just checking in. Strange PR. Don't know if those drinks will work outside of the 20 something or less, but what the heck. Looks like more business for Garden. I wonder if we now fully own it or not.

Seems that next week we will get our next update on APRU, if a call that someone had works out. (So far it has)

Good to see everyone is still happy campers. [Wink]

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That HKBV CEO is a little seedy. I remember a few months back he was busted by USA Today for falsifying his resume.

Sweet! Another great find Bobby!

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quote:
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That HKBV CEO is a little seedy. I remember a few months back he was busted by USA Today for falsifying his resume.

Sweet! Another great find Bobby!

I'm getting old- it was 2 years ago.

http://www.usatoday.com/money/companies/management/2005-08-11-hat-trick_x.htm

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Okay one more comment (too much coffee today). I gotta say- even though my RSHN freebies are atrophying, in some ways I find Corr's pathetic attempts at PRs funny- when I'm not too busy being aggravated by his unnecessary details, wordiness and 6th grade prose and complete lack of details and focus. I know I say this all the time, but I can't help myself.

Makes me think it's only a matter of time before we see a PR like this:

RushNet CEO enjoys croissant for Breakfast
Wednesday February 30, 12:00 pm ET

BLUE ISLAND, Ill.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--RushNet, Inc. (RSHN.PK) reported today that erstwhile CEO Robert Corr selected a croissant for this morning's breakfast, despite having numerous alternatives to choose from.

Robert Corr, President of RushNet, was quoted: "I initially contemplated a bowl of Rice Krispies followed by a glass of orange juice. However, upon flipping through an issue of Us Weekly, I saw a picture of Rachel Bilson sitting on a park bench eating a croissant with her fox terrier. At that point, consideration of alternative sources of nourishment was completely unnecessary.

For me, the choice of a croissant is a clear sign that bigger and brighter alternatives will be available for lunch. This could include a Hot Pocket, Campbell's Chunky Soup or a pretzel from the Blue Island mall food court."

"Of course, the available products, for lunch and dinner, will primatily depend upon the availability of currency in my left (or right) pocket, the amount of money remaining on my debit card and the magnitide of my appetite."

Disclaimer: The Company relies upon the Safe Harbor Laws of 1933, 1934 and 1995 for all public news releases. Statements, which are not historical facts, are forward-looking statements. The company, through its management, makes forward-looking public statements concerning its expected future operations, performance and other developments. Such forward-looking statements are necessarily estimates reflecting the company's best judgment based upon current information and involve a number of risks and uncertainties, and there can be no assurance that other factors will not affect the accuracy of such forward-looking statements. It is impossible to identify all such factors. Factors which could cause actual results to differ materially from those estimated by the company include, but are not limited to, government regulation; managing and maintaining growth; the effect of adverse publicity; litigation; competition; and other factors which may be identified from time to time in the company's public announcements.

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LMAO
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