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Not filling at .0259.

L2s? I don't have them for pinks.

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b/a is at .0255 and .026....i dont have my L2s up right im not buyin or selling today just watchin for a minute then gotta get out the door
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Thanks BigPayOut.

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Woo hooo! Back in at .026. Not happy about buying at HOD, but like Lil said, don't be greedy!

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Nice warped!!! Your in thats all that matters and it should pay out quite well for ya!!
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good afternoon everyone...could this stock ever hit the .50's? or maybe even more?
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Once they become fully reporting Mathis, I believe it is very possible!!! IMO
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When they become fully reporting does that mean not listed in the pink sheets anymore?
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Yes they will be on the Otcbb or even the Amex exchange...gettin all the financial numbers fully reported will shot this thing very very high..
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Fully reporting does not involve switching to another exchange, though switching to another exchange does require full reporting status, and they are planning on switching once they become full reporting. [Wink]

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LOL

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Yes thorn, I was gettin ahead of myself and I get to excited talkin about the filing!! [Smile]

Too many good things for this company right now!!

GO PBLS!!!

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i see, so the filing will be done on April 1?
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Its possible the filing can be done at anytime. All we really know is that the company said that there goal was no later than the 2nd quarter. So most people are taking an educated guess that this quiet time is the begining of that process whichn really does make a lot of sense
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Is this a good entry point here?

thanks!

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i think most on this board would agree that the answer is "hell yes!"

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Anything under .03 is a steal IMHO.
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quote:
Originally posted by cagman23:
Is this a good entry point here?

thanks!

If I told you "yes" and it doubled, you would say great. If I told you "yes" and it fell below the 52 week low you would say things that I couldn't type. I got in at .026 and think it's a good entry point for me. Read the DD and then decide on your own. (I think the "hell yes" answer is one I would give a friend) Good luck.
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Thanks all for your posts! I am Going to do more DD on this one and try to pick up some shares at this level since it is getting rave reviews :-)

One more question...What are you guys waiting on that will push this pps higher? Seems to be lots of excitement here!!

cg

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Sorry Warped. Went out for the afternoon. Didn't get home till right before the close. Looking good guys. Up a bit every day.

See ya'll lata'!

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cagman, all you have do to do to see what we are all waiting on, is read the thread. There is tons of DD on here. It's a very good thread, just read through it! Enjoy!
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I'm just glad to be a Pebbler once again. Wish I had more money to buy more.

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Even without the news, this chart is smoking with the MACD kissing, rsi rising...

It is just a matter of time and it will be trading MUCH MUCH higher than .025!

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quote:
Originally posted by Clyde_Crashcup:
quote:
Originally posted by cagman23:
Is this a good entry point here?

thanks!

If I told you "yes" and it doubled, you would say great. If I told you "yes" and it fell below the 52 week low you would say things that I couldn't type. I got in at .026 and think it's a good entry point for me. Read the DD and then decide on your own. (I think the "hell yes" answer is one I would give a friend) Good luck.
That's my BOY!!! Oh, so good to have you back!

HELL YES!!!!!!!!

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quote:
Originally posted by WarpedMind:
Woo hooo! Back in at .026. Not happy about buying at HOD, but like Lil said, don't be greedy!

If it makes you feel any better. You're still in lower than me. Even with all my buying. LOL

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quote:
Originally posted by cagman23:
Thanks all for your posts! I am Going to do more DD on this one and try to pick up some shares at this level since it is getting rave reviews :-)

One more question...What are you guys waiting on that will push this pps higher? Seems to be lots of excitement here!!

cg

Since I see you have NOT Read the first page.

CEO stated publicly that PBLS would be full reporting by 2nd quarter 2006. (April 1)
Rumor's are of a gag put on them for 30 day's not to release anything. Date ending (hopefully) today.
SO........Lot's of good PR's coming.

Now...READ THIS.......A little old and a lot of new stuff added since then but, states it all pretty well.

For those not up on the quiet peroid..


http://www.sec.gov/answers/quiet.htm

Quiet Period
The federal securities laws do not define the term "quiet period," which is also referred to as the "waiting period." However, historically, a quiet period extended from the time a company files a registration statement with the SEC until SEC staff declared the registration statement "effective." During that period, the federal securities laws limited what information a company and related parties can release to the public.

On June 29, 2005, the Commission voted to adopt modifications to the registration, communications, and offering processes under the Securities Act of 1933. Among many other provisions, the rules update and liberalize permitted offering activity and communications to allow more information to reach investors by revising the "gun-jumping" provisions under the Securities Act. The cumulative effects of these rules are as follows:

Well-known seasoned issuers are permitted to engage at any time in oral and written communications, including use at any time of a new type of written communication called a "free writing prospectus," subject to enumerated conditions (including, in some cases, filing with the Commission).

All reporting issuers are, at any time, permitted to continue to publish regularly released factual business information and forward-looking information.

Non-reporting issuers are, at any time, permitted to continue to publish factual business information that is regularly released and intended for use by persons other than in their capacity as investors or potential investors.

Communications by issuers more than 30 days before filing a registration statement will be permitted so long as they do not reference a securities offering that is the subject of a registration statement.

All issuers and other offering participants will be permitted to use a free writing prospectus after the filing of the registration statement, subject to enumerated conditions (including, in some cases, filing with the Commission). Offering participants, other than the issuer, will be liable for a free writing prospectus only if they use, refer to, or participate in the planning and use of the free writing prospectus by another offering participant who uses it. Issuers will have liability for any issuer information contained in any other offering participant's free writing prospectus as well as any free writing prospectus they prepare, use, or refer to.

The exclusions form the definition of prospectus are expanded to allow a broader category of routine communications regarding issuers, offerings, and procedural matters, such as communications about the schedule for an offering or about account-opening procedures.

The exemptions for research reports are expanded.
A number of these new rules include conditions of eligibility. Most of the rules, for example, are not available to blank check companies, penny stock issuers, or shell companies.

The rules address the treatment under the Securities Act of electronic communications, including electronic road shows and information located on or hyperlinked to an issuer's website. The rules define written communication as any communication that is written, printed, a radio or television broadcast, or a graphic communication. The definition of graphic communication and, thus, electronic road show excludes communications that are carried live and in real-time to a live audience, regardless of the means of transmission. Electronic road shows for initial public offerings of common equity or convertible equity securities will have to make a bona fide electronic road show readily available to an unrestricted audience to avoid filing the electronic road show with the Commission. No other road shows will be subject to filing.

The effective date of the rules is December 1, 2005. For more information, please see Release No. 33-8591 — Securities Offering Reform.


http://www.sec.gov/answers/quiet.htm

Looking for some kick butt PR's very soon.

Here's the DD.

Company Website - http://WWW.PBLS.BIZ

Phoenix Associate Land Syndicate, Inc. is a holding company with assets and/or interests in sand & gravel, soil products, land development, oil and natural gas, commodity brokering, plumbing, trucking, contract hauling, construction, swimming pool construction and construction related industries. Its stock is traded publicly on the Pink Sheets Bulletin Board under the symbol: PBLS.

The Phoenix corporate core philosophy is to acquire companies that:
Have unrealized profit potential and are willing and eager to work within the Phoenix "family" to improve their company's performance.

Are motivated and need business guidance and/or financial assistance in order to succeed.

Have owners that wish to divest of a company for retirement and/or other personal reasons.

To properly develop and consistently grow as a holding company, other companies such as those described will be added through continued acquisition. This effort will result in an increase in positive cash flow by tapping the sales potential inherent in the newly acquired companies and their assets. As PBLS moves its growth strategy forward, its gross revenue, earnings per share (EPS) and shareholder value will be driven markedly higher, increasing shareholder value.


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


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NEW: Pictures from investor trip made February 20th, 2006

Thanks goes to asus: http://www.inonespot.com/albums/2006...New%20Orleans/

The above link will take you to the individual pictures and a couple of mov files showing Trucks being loaded at the gravel pit.

The following link loads much faster and have all the still shots from above in a fast loading format courtesy of pnew.

http://users.adelphia.net/~newp/pbls.../asustrip.html

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~ Latest News Releases ~
Katrina Reconstruction Update - http://www.pbls.biz/pr54.htm
Settlement of old Debt - http://www.pbls.biz/pr50.htm
Acquire Pro-Gas ($190M in Revenues)- http://www.pbls.biz/pr45.htm
Increased Wyoming Oil Reserves - http://www.pbls.biz/pr44.htm
Share repurchase (up to 100 million shares) - http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/051109/20051109005582.html?.v=1 (over 50% of buyback achieved as of Feb 2006)
New Wyoming Oil Lease - http://www.pbls.biz/pr43.htm
New Kentucky Oil Leases - http://www.pbls.biz/pr42.htm
Expanding Headquarters - http://www.pbls.biz/pr41.htm
Closing the Oil deal - http://www.pbls.biz/pr40.htm
Construction Acquisition - http://www.pbls.biz/pr39.htm
Update on Business Operations - http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm

~ PBLS Press Release site: ~ http://www.pbls.biz/news.htm

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650 million outstanding shares, per Jan.10, 2006 email from IR (http://www.investorshub.com/boards/r...age_id=9190082)
Float approx. 350 million
Current Market-cap based of $0.05 PPS = $33 million

Or

Assume 1 billion o/s (due to the acquisitions)
that provides a market-cap at $0.05 PPS of $50 million
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Assume $10 million of earnings in 2005 alongside the 1 billion o/s
that provides $0.01 earning per share
P/E multipe of 10X = $0.10 PPS
P/E multiple of 20X = $0.20 PPS


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Current Book-value estimated by mgmt (Oct.6) = $45 million
Year-end 2005 projected book-value by mgmt (Oct.6) = $60-70 million
Year-end 2006 estimated book-value by mgmt (Feb.1) = $300 million
Note: This figure could dramatically change due to a number of factors, including oil strike on Nevada or Wyoming oil leases and Re-Construction efforts in the New Orleans and surrounding areas.


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Murphy Sand & Gravel division (820 acres)-- Reserves estimated at $260 million (more recent company materials also show $300 million, like the Sept. 6, 2005 PR).

February 1997 gave us an estimate of “$260 million based on the lowest prices charged by each of the other mining operations in the area for like products” (source: June 14, 2005 news release)

That evaluation is from almost 9 years ago… based on “lowest prices charged”.

Estimate that the sand and gravel property re-evaluation comes in over $600 million (“at least double” Investor Relations, Mike Mulshine 14/9/2005). With 466 million shares out, that’s over $1.28 per share in sand/gravel reserves.

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Satellite picture of the mine. Right on I59 (just a few miles from I10 as well) and if you look closely the railroad runs parallel to I59 right beside the mine.

http://www.google.com/maps?ll=30.436...9338&t=k&hl=en

Photos of the Mine: (Thanks to 'misty')

http://users.adelphia.net/~newp/pbls/pblspics.html


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Unaudited Financials link--
http://www.pbls.biz/pr28-1.htm

News Release Aug 03, 2005 --
Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (Phoenix) (OTC: PBLS) today announced that Dennis Kowalski of Kowalski & Associates has completed an initial review of the Company's Balance Sheet for the period ended December 31, 2004. This balance sheet, while unaudited, represents that the total stockholders equity (net worth) of Phoenix is about $39.7 million. Mr. Kowalski's firm has been contracted to audit 2003, 2004, and 2005 and will work in conjunction with the law firm of Dickinson/Wright to help make Phoenix a fully reporting company by mid to late 2006.


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Investors' DD Website

Thanks goes to PNEW one of our resident posters:

http://users.adelphia.net/~newp/pbls/dd.html


What we know about PBLS

Currently Rome Oil & Gas Co. has 18 wells that are producing between 5 BBL/Day to 50 BBL/day each, with an average production of 26 BBL/day per well, a rate of production that is expected to increase as new wells come on line.

http://www.pbls.biz/pr43.htm

18 wells x 26BBLS a day (avg) x 365 days a year x $68.00 BBL = $10,250.000.00 a year gross.

Estimated profit on those wells (my opinion based "only" on what I have heard from a person with a background in this business, and I will not divulge for obvious reasons) is 77% of gross which is 8mil.

Add in 40mil in "approximate" assets = 48mil.

48mil / 1bil shares, and you get .048 a share.

This is for the Oil business ONLY.

Now add in the following "gross" revenues for 2005 and then decide what price this stock is worth.

Murphy Sand and Gravel=$2,310,000.00
http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm

Phoenix Division Heaslip Construction=$2,000,000.00
http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm

Ann Arbor Pools/Great Lakes Pool Plastering=$2,288,000.00
http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm

Bayou State Trucking=$650,000.00
http://www.pbls.biz/pr38.htm

3-D Builders, Inc= $2,000,000.00
http://www.pbls.biz/pr39.htm

ProGas, Inc= $190,000,000.00
http://www.pbls.biz/pr45.htm

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


Nice little read from IHUB...Just bringing it over, take it for what its worth... Night all

Posted by: Waverider110
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What PBLS says and what I say:

(all points verbatium from the 09/26/05 Press Release)

1. Phoenix Division, Murphy Sand and Gravel, Manager Adam Alonzo: The gravel pit should generate in excess of $2,310,000.00 in revenues for the year 2005. With what will possibly be the largest construction boom in Louisiana and New Orleans history, the gravel pit revenues for 2006 are sure to increase.
****$2.3 million for who? Just PBLS, or PBLS less lease payment or PBLS and the contractor mining the product? Reading all the other PR last year on the pit revenues, this number is PBLS' and the contractor's revenue that needs to be split up between them. Prior PR's seem to indicate PBLS share is a bit over $500,000 for 2005.. OCICBW*******************************************

2. Phoenix Division, Oil & Gas, Manager John Barksdale: The acquisition of Rome Oil and Mid-South Resources will add a minimum of $1,368,000.00 in revenues for Phoenix for calendar year 2005, with expectations the two oil companies will generate over $12,000,000.00 in revenue for the company in 2006. Phoenix is able to acquire these two oil and gas companies with stock and a small cash payment. After paying for the acquisition, Phoenix coffers are still healthy enough to finance and bring into production the next ten wells which our research indicates will be the most profitable.
**** I take this at face value assume it is after landowner % and operating costs are paid.**********************************
It is my policy that Phoenix need not go into debt to develop these oil and gas properties. Our policy shall be to raise money for future drilling (if need be) on a non-recourse method without putting Phoenix into debt.

3. Mineral Assets: Our gravel pit has proven mineral reserves in the amount of $300,000,000.00 and the addition of Rome Oil and Mid-South Resources brings another $200,000,000.00 worth of mineral reserves to Phoenix's balance sheet. I anticipate Phoenix having over $1,000,000,000.00 worth of mineral reserves by the end of 2006.
**** The billion dollar number is pure speculation based upon the chances of success in deep well drilling- very expensive- in Wyoming and Nevada. The MS&G asset value has been consistently $300,000,000 in all past PR's and may be conservative due to increased market demand for the product which is closest of all competitors in area.But I think the miner contractors get their cut out of the $300,000,000******************************

4. Phoenix Division, Heaslip Construction - Manager, Mark Dishon: Gross revenues for our construction division could exceed $2,000,000.00 for calendar year 2005. Our research and experience shows the average repair/remodel cost for homes in our area of the country to be around $80,000.00 per house. Unfortunately, there are literally thousands of homes in need of repair due to the hurricanes. I expect record breaking years for Heaslip during what I know will be one of the largest re-building efforts ever taken in the history of our country. If we get just a small piece of the action, revenues for our construction division should really take off during 2006.****This is consistent with prior PR's but not recent ones where 3-D is the player now. I wonder what the profit margin is on home construction? Nation wide profit margin is currently 8.8%:
(http://64.233.179.104/search?q=cache...margin%22+new+....
So I wonder if the $2 million gross revenue figure is "profit" or truely just revenue. 8.8% of $2 million is $176,000*************

5. Phoenix Divisions, Ann Arbor Pools - Manager, Dennis Scherdt and Great Lakes Pool Plastering - Manager, Byron Ross: These two companies should bring in approximately $2,288,000.00 in revenues to Phoenix during the calendar year 2005. Both of these companies also stand to break all sorts of records during the soon to be construction boom of 2005 and 2006.****ditto*********

6. Phoenix Division, Bayou State Trucking - Manager, John Zornes: Our trucking division tries to avoid the costs and hassles of owning trucks and the maintenance and insurance issues that come with ownership. Bayou provided jobs for owner operators and leases equipment from time to time when necessary. Revenues to calendar year 2005 should be around $650,000.00. For all qualified drivers with proper credentials and proof of insurance, Bayou is paying $45 per hour for tandems, $55 per hour for tri-axles and $65 per hour for eighteen wheelers. Again, with the coming construction boom, I expect annual revenues for our trucking division to also increase during 2006.****I take this at face value and think it is conservative going forward. It says revenue here, not gross revenues as in the prior two points, 5 & 6. Like I said, is he like Greenspan or what?********************

7. Phoenix Division, Acquisitions and Business Development - Manager, Ron Blackburn, assisted by Patti Fischer and Roger Stone: We are in a constant search for profitable companies to acquire where the acquisition can be accomplished with little or no debt and in which the acquisition brings immediate revenue growth and assets to Phoenix. We are in negotiations at this time with several companies we will try to acquire.****This is not a profit center, is is an expense center.***************

My #8. Last year to August, Progas Inc. generated about $450,000 PROFIT. See what auditors can do! They can say the "P" word: profit. For the last 5 months of 2005 while we owned PBLS, I would expect about $200,000 in PROFIT. Man, I love THAT word.

CONCLUSION:

GOING PUBLIC SHOULD REVEAL TOTAL PBLS 2005 PROFIT (REMEMBER THE KATRINA BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) UP TO ABOUT $3.1 MILLION BEFORE TAKING THE EXPENSE OF THE VARIOUS ACQUISITIONS AND DEBT PAYMENT.

NET-NET THE PROFIT FOR 2005 MAY BE AROUND $500,000 OR LESS. I SURE HOPE IT IS A BLACK NUMBER AND NOT A RED ONE FOR 2005.

THAT IS NOT SO BAD WHEN YOU CONSIDER THE VALUE OF WHAT WE HAVE ACQUIRED AND ITS STRONG GROWTH POTENTIAL. THAT IS ALSO NOT SO BAD CONSIDERING THAT THE UNAUDITED FINANCIALS RELEASED LAST AUGUST FOR 2004 SHOWED ONLY $40,000 OR SO CASH.

BUT FEAR NOT, 2006 IMHO WILL SHOW AN EVEN GREATER Y/O/Y PERCENTAGE INCREASE IN PROFIT THAN YEAR OVER YEAR 2004/2005. IN FACT IT COULD SURPRISE EVEN THE BIGGEST PUMPER LONGS HERE IF WE HIT DEEP OIL IN WYOMING OR NEVADA. THAT WOULD PUSH US OUT OF THE PENNY CATAGORY AND ONTO THE AMEX STOCK EXCHANGE.

I HOPE THIS ALL HELPS WITH DISCUSSION/UNDERSTANDING AND HURTS NO ONE. IT IS ALL ACADEMIC SPECULATION BASED UPON "FACT" FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY.

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give us some DD. [Smile] )

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quote:
Originally posted by azizalk:
FatherOfTwo
Nice to see you
give us some DD. [Smile] )

From my finance class.....

Value of Common stock is equal to dividends (or earnings) divided by ( desired rate of return minus growth rate)......

eps for all the divisions is very conservatively guesstimated at .03 / share
My personal rate of return is 15% and I suspect that the growth rate for the company is at least 10%

Plugging those numbers into the formula, you get

Value = (.03) / (.15 - .10)

= (.03) / (.05)

= Target pps of $0.60 per share.

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the bottom picks newletter came out tonight with just one profiled pick.... PBLS at .024! These guys usually have solid picks. Just more affirmation that the next week or two should be very interesting.
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I saw the bottom picks newsletter too...could mean some good movement tomorrow and next week.
Good luck to all tomorrow and good night for now..

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whats this botton picks newsletter you speak of?
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Its a website. Google *********** and sign up for their free newsletter.

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k thanks
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Pnew122 new cover sheet for pbls stock holders web site


http://users.adelphia.net/~newp/pblsmain/pbls%20jammin.htm

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Thanks for posting the updated page Bond.
"The company has 200 million in gross revenues at this time, and "estimates" that number to be near 1 BILLION by the end of 2006, provided the business climate is comparable to current conditions."

I'm sure this has been pointed out before somewhere on this thread but....
1 billion in Rev this year, No Dept, fully reporting and selling for 2 pennies?!!!
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