Ahmed Xiong aaksports at
Wed Nov 23 11:39:58 PST 2005

                                    ***ATTENTION ALL DAY TRADERS AND INVESTORS. GET ON LVCC!***

                                            INVESTOR ALERT! DON'T MISS ANOTHER RUN ON LVCC!!!




                                       Watch LVCC Like a Hawk on October 5, 2006 and ADD IT TO YOUR RADAR!

Ticker: LVCC
Current Price:  $0.65
Target Price:  $1.85
Best Case Scenario: $3.40
Recommendation: STR ONG BUY
Price Increase Expec: Max

                                                   Get on LVCC First Thing on Thursday !!!

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                                               Thursday will bring REAL BIG News on LVCC!!!

                                                 All signs show that LVCC is going to Explode!

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with this.

Is LVCC poised and positioned to do that for you? Then you may feel the time has come to act... And please watch this one trade tomorrow! Go LVCC.

                    DON'T EVEN BLINK! LVCC DOESN'T SLEEP IT WILL EXPLODE on Thursday, October 5, 2006!!!

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