Pro-Life Tuesday, 01/01/08 09:47:15 AM Re: None 0 Post # of 224141 The letter sent by Mr. Lehner to Soapy was 4 things in one from my perspective - First, a TRIBUTE TO the shareholders for those who have hung on since forever and the newest holders coming in during the triple zeroes. Second, a PROMISE TO the shareholders that the company would be prudent in their actions whereas carelessness might collapse the price while a reset of the PPS and market value is underway. Third, a GLIMPSE INTO THE FUTURE FOR the shareholders according to company plans. Fourth, an ENCOURAGEMENT OF the shareholders to stay continually focussed as the shareholders WILL be rewarded over the years. This letter is a reference point, a lighthouse if you will and has established a bold standard by which ALL CEO's must now operate and communicate. It was written in a manner that was timely, professionally and inspirationally excecuted. While this letter has been posted at least twice and added to the I-Box, it MUST be shared and circulated and called into attention at EVERY opportunity so as to perpetuate the desire of our CEO to see mutual LONGTERM success by the company AND the shareholders. While standing on the sidelines and observing, I realized that ALL DD aside, there was something truly different about Mr. Lehner and his actions and specifically his open communications with the shareholders. I had never witnessed this in the past anywhere! So at the end of November, I took the chance at $0.0008 based mainly on the CEO and a bet that he was a cut far above and beyond even the "best" and the "brightest". The letter on Monday, December 31st, was a stamp of a approval and validation of my thoughts and ultimately my willingness to go long into the stock of this company. And I am grateful to our moderators for putting this company in front of me and sharing their insight, DD and private communications. A VERY Happy New Year is now upon us. Enjoy the rewards coming to you! * The novelist George Eliot once said that "it is never too late to become what you might have been." That quote inspires me to seek those investments in the future that I didn't in the past.