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It's just me.

Nothing much important to say, other than I thought it time to keep the board alive.

Some discussions around Fooldom have been talking about share buybacks and how many companies are announcing that they are starting up new repurchase programs. Perfect timing (NOT) now that the market has recovered and share prices are getting expensive.

No matter what you might think of DAVE, the one thing you have to give the BoD and management credit for is that they did buy back shares during the crisis to the extent they could. This is better than many, and much stronger, companies did.

Of course, they'll buy at higher prices too. They were buying when it was $20 per stub too.

At least they didn't quit buying when the price was dirt cheap.

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