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Subject: Recent Price Action... Date: 3/6/2007 7:59 PM
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....one of the toughest things about this stock is that so few shares can move the price up or down substantially.

We've seen some heavy duty pressure the last few days pushing it down opportunistically.

The Ader letter and associated PR spiked it up to $13.90 or so, only to be hammered back under $13 along with the general market sell-offs and a motivated seller on top of that.

They've now beaten expectations 8 of 9 times, six quarters straight.

More locations to be announced.

Larger facilities making for easier comps over the next several quarters.

Ader has to be drawing attention to the company with his two efforts to put the company up for sale, there is a chance we'll get an unsolicited offer. Too much money out there and this is too good of a company to be trading this low.

If no sale, I see this kissing $18-20 at some point this year, with a range between $13.00 and $17 for a majority of the year.

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