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Was it just a rumor then about there being some info out there that you based your decision off of, that you could not divuldge for free?

I'm not Jeff, but I think I can answer this question anyhow.... =)

The Motley Fool has no special information that isn't available to the general public at large.

However, they do have this thing called the Motley Fool Select which has the fruits of their research organized into something a little more coherent than you'd find floating around in the general public, and subscribing to this does cost money. I haven't seen the latest issue, but it seems they wrote about sattelite radio, Sirius, or some combination of the two. While all facts in the article are of public domain, they've done a lot of legwork and intrepretation of the facts you won't find anywhere else. And that's what you'd be paying for.

I subscribed to the Motley Fool Select last year and thought it very worth while, but due to my currently unemployed status and the fact that I'll probably be out of the country for much of this year, I chose not to resubscribe. Maybe after all my travels are done and I'm ready to settle down with a job again I'll resubscribe.

How'd I do answering the question, Jeff? =)

-- Ryan
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