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$80,000.00 market cap at .0035. That's a bit

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thatguy157   Thursday, 05/24/12 01:07:37 PM
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$80,000.00 market cap at .0035. That's a bit absurd imo.




I agree with you there. I still remember me getting desperate there.




But I will be back in feel very soon. I don't like to lose and I want to get my money back out of that stock.

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