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    steve3947 is offline
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    Proxyvote.com

    Received email today for voting on the SIRUS XM changes that the Mel and company want to make. If you are a share holder, its your obligation to vote on these changes. Takes only minutes of you time. It's time to voice your opinions.
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    LittleTrader is offline
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    anyone have any information on the below people they would like to share prior to my votes being cast? I'd like to be informed before i end up voting for some jerkoff.

    1) JOAN L. AMBLE 2) LEON D. BLACK 3) LAWRENCE F. GILBERTI
    4) EDDY W. HARTENSTEIN 5) JAMES P. HOLDEN 6) CHESTER A. HUBER, JR.
    7) MEL KARMAZIN 8) JOHN W. MENDEL 9) JAMES F. MOONEY
    10) GARY M. PARSONS 11) JACK SHAW 12) JEFFREY D. ZIENTS

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    imromo24 is offline
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    My vote has been cast.

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    I voted them all OUT and against R/S and dilution. Only approved the Accountant change.

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    For those voting no on th R/S, remember this... if Sirius isn't able to get the stock above $1 in the next 6 months -- you'll all be wishing you had voted yes on the measure.

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    I voted !!!

    no on r/s

    no on dillution

    and yes on the directed

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    I voted no on the board. No on dilution and No on the RS. I am doubtful that the board will be affected by my vote. That is a protest vote. I am doubtful also about the dilution and RS being stopped by the votes of the retail holders. Most will not vote. Not voting is a vote in favor. Right?

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    If SIRI can't get the SP above a dollar in six months, then it is a hopeless case. A RS will kill the small retail holders.

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    Thumbs down

    Voted no for R/S and no for dilution

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    At least with a R/S you have some equity left. If they're delisted, it's a penny stock and your equity would take a bigger hit. Which do you prefer. It's not an ideal situation, but it's the lesser of two evils.

    Those of you who are thinking that the R/S is for anything other than to prevent delisting, have lost touch with reality. Sorry, but you've been sipping the Hartleib cool-aide.


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