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Author: DocHymnody Three stars, 500 posts Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 7437  
Subject: Re: Question Date: 10/4/2002 10:58 PM
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Mark said:

I don't care if it's you or BKS or BNBN or AMZN or Doc or even poor old Have-We-Finally-Reached-Some-Stability-At-This-Level-Jim who is doing the buying. I only care that it's happening, and moving the price my way.

I don't care either who it is. But I can tell you who it isn't on this list (hint - an unemployed person who moved recently) :-)

Elan posted on the BKS board (a good post BTW ... I just don't think that board cares much):

The buying has begun. According to Form 4 filed with SEC, BKS bought 20,000 shares of BNBN on Oct. 2, and another 20,000 on Oct. 3:

Class A Common Stock 10/2/02 P 7,500 A $0.76
Class A Common Stock 10/2/02 P 7,500 A $0.79
Class A Common Stock 10/2/02 P 5,000 A $0.80
Class A Common Stock 10/3/02 P 5,000 A $0.76
Class A Common Stock 10/3/02 P 5,000 A $0.79
Class A Common Stock 10/3/02 P 5,000 A $0.81
Class A Common Stock 10/3/02 P 5,000 A $0.82


I think it is interesting to note the price. High. That would seem to indicate that the primary purpose is to drive the price upward.

I do wish I had a little more money ... but don't we all!

Doc
I thought Mark was a Rockefeller ...
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