Hey BDC, Good to hear from you. Your note put a smile on my face. We had differences? I don't recall. Or I can't recall. Or I'd rather not recall. OK, there's no need to recall. I am happy we're both willing to let bygones be bygones. We've been around this one a long time, and it now appears we find ourselves at the same place in blinkx; I pray to Money (nothing new there) you and Pension are right about blinkx, even though I have my grave concerns. At least for the time being, I am willing to let my relatively few remaining shares ride. Wft, it's as if they're options down here, options that do not expire. The only way they'll expire is if we go broke or get bought. Down here I can live with that 'binary' option. (Credit to SP180 for 'binary'.)
Has anyone who attended the AGM subsequently purchased more shares?
Thanks for the hono(u)rs! As to the prospects for Bikini-clad girls ( or hunks for Becky) I don't really see that either. Blinkx shareholder's happiness may only come by means of successfully adjusting to lowered expectations, though I'd not be too worried about BM and SC. I think they will be just fine ( at our expense) Peace!
Nice to hear from you. It seems we are back to square one after all these years. The R1 stuff looks far more polished than the tacky stuff that preceded it , but I am not sure if it's all too late in the day. Sold most of my holding and have not got too much hope for the dancing girls (or boys for the PCs brigade ). Never though I would get so many of these into an ISA, so those that are there can sit until they make or break. Best of luck, ?I think we need it.
just been catching up on LSE and came across your drug-induced posts. LMAO :-)) Dude, I know we haven't always seen eye-to-eye, but I reckon we share the same (dark) sense of humour more often than not (yes, humour with a U you fvck :) and in all honesty, I agreed with at least some of what you wrote :) I still own 250,000 of these fvckers and for some reason - a part of me STILL believes they will make some kind of success out of what they have put together (I know; call me crazy). & I don't think this just because of hope and certainly not because of the dynamism of Mgt; but because of the position Blinkx have found themselves in; they have cash for investing during a time when cash for the advancement of ad tech is scarce and they have a large amount of scope and reach (because of the acquisitions spree they went on over the last 5 years). We have quite a large footprint on which to capitalise on. 1R has made a good start - and there lies my concern - we are back at the start FFS! Whenever i visit this bb, i just tend to skim-read it nowadays. The only posts I look out for are yours, becky, fuzz, andy's, boff's and traders (and i always look out for the old timers too, even though I know they're long gone). The rest I don't bother with (unless there's a link to something). I don't think we will end up partying with bikini-clad girls on that yacht anytime soon, but there is still an element of me that still believes, or at least believes enough to think we will get bought out at a price that will still yield me +100% return after 6 years...
last Friday,nearly at the stock market close,i almost bought back into Blinx.thought this must be the bottom,but i resisted,good job,i bought back into Boom,both companies are a gamble,but better news coming from Boom.Blinx and Blur are in a continuous scramble,how will it end?
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