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Subject: Re: Poll: Roll call 2003 Date: 11/13/2003 6:50 PM
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Hey Mike!

Still here. Sold almost half our holding about a year ago when I got mad at Al. I was torqued at his latest "announcement in a few days" that never materialized. Turned out that $24 was a pretty decent exit point....and I did quite well with the proceeds. Sat on the cash for a while, then got a nice position in MTRX in the teens this summer.

Now I'm really debating what to do with the remaining KDE. Won't touch the kid's KDE, but hubby's account is still overweighted. Part of me figures that we've ridden the roller coaster this long, why not just stay put? There's also the foolish consideration of staying put until the fundamentals change or you have a better use for the money.

Good luck to all!
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