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Nuveen Core Plus Impact Fund

Nuveen Core Plus Impact Fund (NPCT)

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ernie44 ernie44 2 years ago
AND someone else told me Nuveen is using Nanopierces symbol


and I am eating Baloney sandwiches

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ernie44 ernie44 2 years ago
the only ones bidding were Ben Dover and HELEN Bach
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ernie44 ernie44 2 years ago
This domain is available for sale!
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ernie44 ernie44 2 years ago
NANOPIERCE WAS A SHELL GAME------- that run out of ammunition

TSK, TSK Will we ever get it back
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ernie44 ernie44 2 years ago
selling INCE
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ernie44 ernie44 3 years ago
was hoping it had ties to Nano--nano P
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ernie44 ernie44 3 years ago
ouch---nanopierce domain 4 sale

Nuveen pays 10 percent per month---4 me that's 10 bucks
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ernie44 ernie44 3 years ago
dropped to a lower level like all scams

The mill is currently on care and maintenance until enough economic mineralization can be identified in and around the bitcoin Mine
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ernie44 ernie44 4 years ago
Membuh, we's on BROADWAY! Muthafucker be buyin' dem tickets wants a lil' HEART, a lil' SOUL... 'n some TITTY TOO, ef dey can git it, so, les' get y'all in positium heah, 'n get dis silly business over wit! Y'all's takin' too goddam long to GROW UP IN ERMERICA!
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ernie44 ernie44 4 years ago
forgot INCE
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ernie44 ernie44 4 years ago
3 that were high flyers = BLAB, ARET, NPCT
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ernie44 ernie44 8 years ago
Nanopierce Technologies (NPCT) Stock Message Board - InvestorsHub
investorshub.advfn.com β€Ί Boards β€Ί US OTC β€Ί Electronics and components
NanoPierce ( OTCBB: NPCT ) estimates that at least 2.4 trillion electrical connections are made annually. Given an average price of $ 0.01 per connection, provided that the assets are not recycled to another player for cash or favours, as in chip technology mfg.
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ernie44 ernie44 8 years ago
"Your caption here!" agra business was a failure


Agoracom: Small Cap Investment - Vyta Corp - RE: The Truthseeker ...
agoracom.com/ir/vyta/forums/.../6122-re-the-truthseeker-a-k-a-floyd-schneider
Dec 28, 2004 - Message: RE: The Truthseeker, a.k.a. Floyd Schneider, .... people to Mary's website and libelous page set up for NPCT - β€œAnyone know Mary?

Nanopierce Technologies (NPCT) Stock Message Board - InvestorsHub
investorshub.advfn.com β€Ί Boards β€Ί US OTC β€Ί Electronics and components
NanoPierce ( OTCBB: NPCT ) estimates that at least 2.4 trillion electrical connections are made annually. Given an average price of $ 0.01 per connection

I JUST HOPE the CEO got a real job at the ringling bros circus as a sword swallower
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ernie44 ernie44 8 years ago
I seem to recall the handle of

DAS SWOOSHT
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ernie44 ernie44 8 years ago
vyta KNA NPCT before it was greenlined
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ernie44 ernie44 10 years ago
lol virgin wool
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Phil(Hot Rod Chevy) Phil(Hot Rod Chevy) 17 years ago
I just wonder where the clowns keep finding the sheep to sheer.

Unbeal.

Phil
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Sputnik Sputnik 17 years ago
It is just amazing how the scams just keep getting purpetrated by the same guys over and over again. They know that the SEC is overwhelmed and if they get caught it is just a slap on the wrist. Then they just start all over again.
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Phil(Hot Rod Chevy) Phil(Hot Rod Chevy) 17 years ago
Looks like they merged into another POS loser company:

VYTA CORP(VYTC)

The accompanying condensed consolidated financial statements include the
accounts of Vyta Corp, a Nevada corporation (the Company), its wholly-owned
subsidiaries, NanoPierce Connection Systems, Inc., a Nevada corporation (NCOS),
and ExypnoTech, LLC (ET LLC). All significant intercompany accounts and
transactions have been eliminated in consolidation. NCOS and ET LLC had no
revenues or operations in 2006 and 2005. The Company has two investments which
are accounted for using the equity method of accounting. These equity method
investments consist of ExypnoTech, GmbH (EPT) and BioAgra, LLC (BioAgra)(Note
3). The Company's equity investees, EPT and BioAgra, operate in two segments,
the RFID industry and the animal feed industry, respectively.

Oustanding shares almost quardrupled from around 6MM to around 23MM in one year, so dilution is fully in place.

http://app.quotemedia.com/quotetools/showFiling.go?name=Vyta Corp: 10QSB, Sub-Doc 1&link=http%3A//quotemedia.10kwizard.com/filing.xml%3Frepo%3Dtenk%26ipage%3D4503708%26doc%3D1&type=TEXT

Have fun,
Phil

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Phil(Hot Rod Chevy) Phil(Hot Rod Chevy) 17 years ago
We need to get Matt to change the ticker I guess.

Seems like the current mods have abandoned the board.

Phil
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Sputnik Sputnik 17 years ago
Phil, this looks like the new company! From NPCT last SEC filing. Let's check it out!

Our common stock is presently quoted on the over-the-counter
bulletin board under the symbol "VYTC." Our common stock also is
traded on the Berlin Stock Exchange, the Frankfurt Stock
Exchange, the Munich Stock Exchange and the Xetra Stock Exchange.
On June 28, 2006, the last reported sale price of our common
stock on the over-the-counter bulletin board was $0.75 per share
(rounded to the nearest penny). See "MARKET FOR COMMON EQUITY AND
RELATED STOCKHOLDER MATTERS."

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Sputnik Sputnik 17 years ago
I don't know, maybe a reverse merger with another POS.
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Phil(Hot Rod Chevy) Phil(Hot Rod Chevy) 17 years ago
What happened to NPCT?

Reverse split into some other POS?

Phil
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Phil(Hot Rod Chevy) Phil(Hot Rod Chevy) 18 years ago
She probably changed her handle and is pumping some other pink sheet POS.

Phil
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Sputnik Sputnik 18 years ago
Thanks, Phil. When I get some time I might look it up. Whatever happened to KKM?
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Phil(Hot Rod Chevy) Phil(Hot Rod Chevy) 18 years ago
Looks like they took the company private.

If you click on the chart link above and then click on the latest filing,

You will see that the company sold out.

But there is no quote for the new company.

If you feel like researching it, let me know what you find out.

TIA,
Phil
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Sputnik Sputnik 18 years ago
Hey Phil, what happened to NPCT. Stopped following a while back.
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Phil(Hot Rod Chevy) Phil(Hot Rod Chevy) 18 years ago
Don't forget to WAG.!!!

It's free, fun, and you have a chance to win money.

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The prizes are as follows:

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http://www.investorshub.com/boards/board.asp?board_id=1594

Have fun,
Phil
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retsol retsol 19 years ago
Finally some news on this POS
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Phil(Hot Rod Chevy) Phil(Hot Rod Chevy) 19 years ago
Mary did a good job,

But,

You have to remember:

hollen was pumping it.

Everything he has ever touted was a pump and dump.

Some just took longer than others to fall.

Have fun,
Phil
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Sputnik Sputnik 19 years ago
Mmmary, great job! I have followed your posts on RB for a couple of years and you certrainly had this one pegged from the beginning. I don't know how kathy, geoff and some others can look themselves in the mirror.
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Phil(Hot Rod Chevy) Phil(Hot Rod Chevy) 19 years ago
If you think NPCT sucks,

You should check out what recently happened with GVRP.

What a mess.

Too many scams,

Not enough scambusters.


Have fun,
Phil

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MMMARY MMMARY 19 years ago
Thanks, I am having fun

and npct still sucks.
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Phil(Hot Rod Chevy) Phil(Hot Rod Chevy) 19 years ago
Great job.

Hypsters are a pain.

Have fun,
Phil

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MMMARY MMMARY 19 years ago
More lawsuit info

Kathy Knight-McConnell vs Mary Cummins, 03 5035 US District Court Southern District of New York. June 10, 2005 Judge Naomi Reice Buchwald stated in her order that there was "lack of subject matter jurisdiction, lack of personal jurisdiction, improper venue and failure to state a claim. For the reasons set forth below, defendant's motion is granted."
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MMMARY MMMARY 19 years ago
I won the lawsuit, Kathy lost

I'll post the judge's ruling later. I have a ton of work to do.
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Phil(Hot Rod Chevy) Phil(Hot Rod Chevy) 19 years ago
Thanks,

Phil
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Sputnik Sputnik 19 years ago
Paul Metzinger
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Phil(Hot Rod Chevy) Phil(Hot Rod Chevy) 19 years ago
Who is PM?

Phil

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Sputnik Sputnik 19 years ago
PM's new job!!!

http://www.funnyjunk.com/pages/burger.htm
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Phil(Hot Rod Chevy) Phil(Hot Rod Chevy) 19 years ago
Looking at a five year chart will show you why some of the pumpers are bailing.

LOL

Have fun,
Phil
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Sputnik Sputnik 19 years ago
No, she disappeared from there several months back! I post as Sptnws on RB and she gave me a tongue lashing when I questioned the legitimacy of Nanopierce Technologies.
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Phil(Hot Rod Chevy) Phil(Hot Rod Chevy) 19 years ago
She's not still over on Agora pumping this POS?

Phil
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Sputnik Sputnik 19 years ago
Hey, where is Kathy? I need to communicate with her!
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Sputnik Sputnik 19 years ago
FYI-Sorry

By Carol S. Remond

Of DOW JONES NEWSWIRES





NEW YORK (Dow Jones)--A Nevada judge last week dismissed a lawsuit filed by

Nanopierce Technologies Inc. (NPCT) against the Depository Trust and Clearing

Corporation, or DTCC.



Nanopierce claimed in a complaint filed last July in the Second Judicial

District Court of the State of Nevada, Washoe county, that its stock price was

unfairly depressed by DTCC's clearing and settlement services, specifically its

stock borrow program.



DTCC operates the global clearing and settlement system through which most

securities transactions are processed in the U.S. Under its stock borrow

program, DTCC facilitates the lending of shares from one brokerage firm to the

other in the event a firm is unable to deliver stock to settle a transaction on

time.



Nanopierce had argued in court that the program results in the creation of

non-existent stock and contributes to the illegal short selling of the company's

shares.



Arguing that its stock borrow program was approved by the Securities and

Exchange Commission, DTCC said in court that the program could not be challenged

in state court.



Judge Brent Adams sided with DTCC and said in his decision that: "The stock

borrow program is an automated, non discretionary process specifically approved

by the SEC as a component of the nationwide stock transactions' clearing system.

Therefore, the court finds that federal law preempts (Nanopierce)'s claim for

relief."



DTCC said in a press release Tuesday that it felt gratified by Judge Adams's

decision.



"All of our operations are taken in accord with our SEC-approved rules and

subject to strict federal regulatory oversight. The Nevada court agreed with us

that plaintiffs like Nanopierce cannot attempt to use the laws of the 50 states

to challenge DTCC's SEC-approved operations designed to ensure stability and

uniformity in clearing and settling the nation's securities transactions," said

Larry Thompson, DTCC's first deputy general counsel.



Lawyers for Nanopierce weren't immediately available to comment.



Nanopierce's complaint against DTCC's stock loan program was the latest in a

series of maneuvers by some small companies that argue that the global clearing

system is rigged against them.



These companies, many of them shells without real businesses and minimal

revenues, have for months now been complaining that their shares are being

manipulated by illegal short selling.



Short sellers typically borrow shares to sell them, hoping that they will be

able to replace them with shares bought at a lower price later. Trading without

a borrowing agreement is called naked short selling. It's illegal for most

investors, but legal for firms that make markets in stocks by bringing liquidity

to the market.



Some companies, like Nanopierce and most recently Global Links Corp. (GLKC),

have argued that their stock prices have been unfairly depressed by the fact

that the electronic clearing system allows trades to go through without ever

ensuring that these transactions will be closed out or settled with the delivery

of stock by the seller.



A couple of years ago, several companies had attempted to exit the global

stock settlement system operated by DTCC, asking that their shareholders forgo

electronic ownership of their shares and demand physical delivery of their stock

certificates.



Physical ownership of stock certificates guarantees that brokers don't loan

out stock to short sellers looking to borrow shares before placing a short sale.

But it also greatly impairs the ability of shareholders to quickly trade in and

out of its position.



The SEC in 2003 ruled that although shareholders could elect to hold their

shares in physical or electronic format, companies could not exit the global

settlement system and require physical ownership of stock.



(Carol S. Remond is an award-winning columnist and one of four who write the "

n The Money" feature.)





-By Carol S. Remond; Dow Jones Newswires; 201 938 2074;

carol.remond@dowjones.com

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Sputnik Sputnik 19 years ago
FYI--Sorry.

DTCC Applauds Court Decision To Dismiss Nanopierce Lawsuit [FBZCTWP]

NEW YORK--(Business Wire)--May 3, 2005--
The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC) today applauded the decision by Nevada's Second Judicial District Court in Reno to dismiss the Nanopierce Technologies Inc. lawsuit against DTCC and its subsidiaries.
The Nevada court adopted DTCC's argument that DTCC's clearing and settlement functions are subject to the oversight and approval of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and therefore, under the U.S. Constitution, cannot be challenged under state law, as Nanopierce sought to do.
As stated by Judge Brent Adams in dismissing the case, "(S)tate law may not be applied as to impose damages on (DTCC). To do this would be to forbid Defendants from doing what the SEC authorized them to do."
Nanopierce had filed the case in May 2004 seeking to hold DTCC responsible for the drop in its stock price, claiming that DTCC's Stock Borrow Program had somehow enabled brokerage firms to engage in "naked short selling" of Nanopierce shares. DTCC responded by demonstrating that its clearing and settling activities are extensively regulated by the federal government and that the specific program challenged by Nanopierce, the Stock Borrow Program, had been approved by the SEC. DTCC demonstrated that Nanopierce's attempt to use state law to forbid DTCC from utilizing this program is barred by an established legal doctrine known as federal preemption. The Nevada court agreed and dismissed the case.
"We are extremely gratified that the court agreed with us that neither DTCC nor its subsidiaries are proper defendants here," said Larry Thompson, DTCC's First Deputy General Counsel. "All of our operations are taken in accord with our SEC-approved rules and subject to strict federal regulatory oversight. The Nevada court agreed with us that plaintiffs like Nanopierce cannot attempt to use the laws of 50 states to challenge DTCC's SEC-approved operations designed to ensure stability and uniformity in clearing and settling the nation's securities transactions."
While focusing its decision on the federal preemption doctrine, the court heard extensive argument and reviewed voluminous documents regarding the Stock Borrow Program and DTCC's clearing and settlement activities.
"Plaintiffs' claims that the Stock Borrow Program results in the manufacture of artificial shares is pure invention," Thompson stated. "Only shares that are actually on deposit in a broker's account can be borrowed. We hope that Judge Adams' decision will be taken to heart and the ill-considered litigation and media campaign against DTCC will come to an end."
The judge's decision to dismiss the case against DTCC follows a series of nine other case that have been dismissed or withdrawn against DTCC.

DTCC

DTCC is the parent company for the nation's principal clearing and settling firm, National Securities Clearing Corporation (NSCC) and the nation's principal securities depository, The Depository Trust Company (DTC). NSCC is registered with the SEC to record, clear, and settle equity, bond, money market, government, mortgage-backed, insurance, and other security transactions. NSCC's services are utilized by the country's major brokerage firms, the U.S. government, the New York Stock Exchange, NASDAQ, the American Stock Exchange, and other markets. DTC is the nation's principal securities depository. DTCC's subsidiaries are regulated by the SEC, which approves the rules under which they operate.
The Stock Borrow Program was established and approved by the SEC in 1981 to permit NSCC to borrow shares from its members and use the shares to fulfill delivery obligations where selling brokers had failed to deliver their shares. The Program, as the court found, "operates in a automated fashion without the exercise of discretion by NSCC as to whether any particular open transaction should be covered by (the Program)."
The Stock Borrow Program does not in any way release sellers from their legal obligations to complete deliveries. In addition to regulatory and enforcement action, those sellers remain subject to "buy-ins" by brokers from whom shares have been borrowed, as well as other brokers whose purchase orders remain open.
The SEC, the national exchanges and the Nasdaq regulate the activities of broker/dealers engaged in the purchase and sale of securities, including short selling. 03May05 15:20 GMT
Source BW Business Wire
Categories: MST/I/BNK MST/L/EN MST/R/NME MST/R/US MST/R/US/NY TGT/BWB



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Betababe Betababe 19 years ago
Sputnik

From the Stockhouse .com...AHE thread(You have been Snookered)In my humble opinion.

SUBJECT: RE: AHE Posted By: BJINVAN
Post Time: 8/28/00 18:53
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Good history lesson OTC. Yes the directors are the same. A gentleman by the name of Bill Robinson started up In House Video, does that name ring a bell? I think its stock performance (ITKG) is pretty typical, there are lots of people holding long and strong in the hopes of solid long term contracts.It may happen soon, we shall see. What in my opinion makes this a better deal? For all it's worth, if I sell at US$10.00 plus, I will consider it a better deal!! The timeframe is also important, when are things going to start happening? I dont know. You are certainly right about the advantage of closely held shares. this puts us in an enviable position when things start to happen. Best regards to all,BJIN...

Message Thread:
AHE - BJINVAN - 8/26/00 9:43:00 PM
> RE: AHE - BJINVAN - 8/28/00 6:53:24 PM
RE: AHE - OTCGURU - 8/27/00 8:57:29 PM



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Sputnik Sputnik 19 years ago
Betababe

Your buddy, NatureBoyRic aka Josh Cohen, has met his match. ProfitKing is back and he will take care of business over at Raging Bull. HAAAAAAAAAAAA! HAAAAAAAAAAAAA! Go ProfitKing, Go!!!!!!!!!!!!

To: sptnws@lycos.com
From: "PK" <profitking@soon.com> Add to Address Book
Date: Wed, 30 Jul 2003 16:23:11 -0000
Subject: [ITKG] Re: Conversation with IR yesterday...


Dragging things out, but with a purpose...

In conversing with IR the other day, the observed tone has taken a
noticable air of caution over the items said, or not said.

Speculation is out, pure and simple.

The corporate mouthpieces (mouthpiece now because one is out of the
office for a spell) is playing the party line, but more than that,
he is very aware and cognizant of verbage and is going far out of
his way to keep within the boundries that the SEC stipulates in
regards to investor contact.

Also noted is the fact that BR the company CEO too is unaccessable.
Brokers, investors, and others attempting to reach him are now being
funneled through IR. Frustrating as that is, it is an indication
also (good or bad is the question).

Whatever, and however you wish to color it, there is a reason, as I
have noted in past postings, time will tell.

--------------------------------------------------

Alright, now this is speculative (or fantasy as one might call it),
so stop reading now if you do not wish to play that game...

In past posts, I have noted that my belief was that there would be a
one, two punch coming from the intro of the Plastenna, to be
followed by the innovations uncovered via the Electriplast family.

Well, think on it... If (and that is a very small if), if they have
this electriplast deal, why not come out and sell it, or show the
world just what it is capable of...? As a matter of fact, if it can
be sold before the Plastenna, why not go there?

Fair questions, both.

My personal belief is that something very much like that will occur--
no, no. Not that the Electriplast will come out before the
Plastenna, but more that this will be somewhat of a combined play.
The Plastenna first, with the Electriplast coming on its heels.
Coming so much so, that the prospects and the number of innovations
already mentioned in recent press releases will go far toward
propelling ITKG inconjunction with the Plastenna's pending success.

What am I getting at... Well, it was mentioned in both press
releases and in an email from the company's IR team recently...
Integral has become a Plastics company. Antennas are merely a
profitable niche, but the various other innovations will come to the
forefront and each (in their own right) could become a potential
money maker depending on the niche market being addressed and upon
the customers likes, needs, desires and wants...

I have already mentioned one innovation overheard, and during a
recent shopping trip (for a new computer), I ran across some of the
cool toys out there which could make the box under the desk
literally shine. Lit plastic cabling (each in different colors to
indicate use), lit front and side panels. Backlit keyboards.
Granted, these were custom systems costing bucks, but imagine...

What If???

What if Integral is sitting on something like this. Then that beige,
or black box that you call a computer will become lively. If you
were Dell or Compaq, looking to cheaply attract a new generation of
buyers, and something like this fell in your lap, what would you do?

And that is only the computer arena. Think cars, signs, hell
anything that has anything to do with plastic...

This is simply one innovation overheard... There are going on 40
plus others out there, each with provisional patents.

Alright, the thing all want to know is when... When will this
rocket be lit? When will forward momentum become apparent? When
can we stop saying, are we there yet?

I could do like one of the IR guys and simply say we are sooo
cloose. Unfortunately, according to what I've been able to glean
that statement is on tune. Specifics, with as tight lipped as all
at Integral have become, only they can give that answer, but I am of
the feeling that the legal deal is almost finished. 2 to 3 weeks
for all players to come together, and coordinate their prospective
announcements. ((Now, remember, I said this is the speculative
portion...)) Speculative or not, we are close and I have given my
best guess... Timing would not be bad either, with an initial
announcement before labor day, and follow-ups on prospective
electriplast initiatives, the fall quarter could become very
heated...

OK, that was me in my cheerleading hat. Let's see if time proves me
right or wrong...

PK sends...


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Sputnik Sputnik 19 years ago
Betababe

The company's track record speaks for itself!!! It's a traders delight! IMO
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Betababe Betababe 19 years ago
So you admit it

That ITKG is a scam.IMO.
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