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Author: johnbeloin One star, 50 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 1173  
Subject: Re: When to buy back? Date: 11/29/1999 3:40 AM
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Dear Folk Hero--I abase myself before you..I believe as you do--that many folks, who are not Heroes, like yourself, are with-holding $ from the Market; and when Y2K doesn't happen, are going to buy the stocks that I own, pushing them up up,up!, Beyond all Reason!.
'Course, I pulled out $3000 cash and I'm planning to spend the New Year in the Desert, miles from anywhere, but nevertheless...
If you consider MACR as an Internet play without the Freakout--like supplying french-fries for all the flash fast-food joints, you could buy anytime--what's the difference between $50 and $60 five years down the line, after it's split twice? Or Thrice? Do you feel Lucky? Watch Teletubbies--put your rational, left brain to sleep, then have your girlfriend ask you-"Buy MACR?" That's what I do, and I'm up 122% since July. John.
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