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Subject: Options impact on FCF Date: 10/1/2008 12:33 AM
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After reading a supplemental from MF in June of 2007 I was going back to due some checking on my investments and FCF. I was using the example of Blue Nile and going through their 2006 Annual Rpt to mae sure I understood where the numbers were coming from and can't piece it together. Can anyone help me with the process? Specifically, I am trying to figure out where they got the following:

Options Exercised: 426
Shares Repurchased: 1786
Avg. Exercise Price: 5.30
Avg. Repurchase Price: 32.03
Total Cash Inflow from Options Ex.: 2.3
Option Income Tax Benefits: 2.7

I looked over the Changes in Equity (pg 37 of 2006 Rpt) but couldn't piece it together. Is all the information I need there?

Thanks in Advance for any help!!!!
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