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Hi Cheezy
Thanks for the great post. Yes Jim sure is great, a bloody legend and those unfettered free cash flow seem like an excellent approach.

I thought I'd just run through calculating the figures to make sure I can get the same free cash flow figures.
I used the filing and couldn't get the same figures, so any help would be wonderful.
Q1 2006 Net cash provided by operating activities 21,610
Q2 2006 Net cash provided by operating activities 34,287-21,610 = 12,677
I couldn't see any capital expenditures.

Hopefully, you can help with some guidance on getting the figures right, but at any rate it is obvious that there was big drop in cash flow for Q2. This is a concern and I'll make some time to read the Q2 transcript http://seekingalpha.com/article/14406 to see if any mention is made.

Cheers
Dean
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