Dark Bilious Vapors

But how could I deny that I possess these hands and this body, and withal escape being classed with persons in a state of insanity, whose brains are so disordered and clouded by dark bilious vapors....
--Rene Descartes, Meditations on First Philosophy: Meditation I

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05/24/2004: A new spam making the rounds....

You had to figure it was only a matter of time:


Kingdom Ventures Inc

With the increased problems in the Middle East, Religion is becoming Big Business with even Bigger Returns !!

Symbol: KDMV
Shares Outstanding: 23 million
Approx Float: 9 million
Recent Price: $.25

What has a bigger fan base, profit potential than professional sports or entertainment combined?

What is the one industry that has had more staying power and loyal constituents than any other in existence today?


The number of publicly traded entities serving the thriving faith-based community can be counted on one hand. The profits are there for the taking, yet very few companies have their finger on the pulse of this burgeoning affinity consumer group.

The company’s monthly newspaper, Christian Times Today, already has grown to a circulation of one-half-million, and the company has stated publicly that circulation for Christian Times Today could double by late 2004, or Spring 2005.

With the us of revolutionary JoBasic, the company’s e-commerce platform is slated for launch any day. The company has been developing the platform behind the scenes, readying both themselves and the public for its launch. “Faith based organizations are going to use this on-line purchasing tool to reach that faith-based constituency all over the United States,” the company’s CEO Gene Jackson said.

What this all boils down to is that the Street is just beginning to realize that our society is moving towards organized religion in masses and that the faith-based community has the money, and will to spend. “We’re a faith-based group,” said the company’s CEO Gene Jackson. “We do meet the need of a constituency within the marketplace, and that’s a very faithful constituency.”

Some analysts are predicting $0.50 in the short term with long-term targets at $1.00

Len on 05.24.04 @ 08:04 AM CST

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