August 19, 2005



Everyone in Tampa is all bent out of shape about the cadavers being shown in the "Bodies" exhibit at the Museum of Science and Industry.

For some reason, seeing this bothers me more.

Posted by Jeff at August 19, 2005 08:09 AM | TrackBack

What in the hell??

The Bodies thing is gross, but educational. I find it sorta interesting. I may go if they don't shut it down.

Posted by: jen at August 19, 2005 11:04 PM

I don't know, I think it's kind of cool. Maybe a little too gross for some, but definitely interesting.

Posted by: Sarah at August 20, 2005 12:28 PM

Very interesting fact is the Bodies show is produced by a public company called Premier Exhibitions trading as PXHB.OB. I checked it out and it looks like the stock is severely undervalued and with this kind of success the company and the stock are about to take off. They are the same people who put on the Titanic show and they are the ones who did the sea expeditions to salvage the Titanic artifacts. Very cool company!

I'm in the Tampa area and saw the show first thing Thursday. The large crowd was practically hushed with reverence. It was a very compelling experience for almost every person in attendance.

A little while ago I found out about the company that is putting on the Bodies show in Tampa. Then came the media blitz. Then the "controversy" (sure). Well, I was dying to see the show for its own sake, but also because I felt I had discovered something no one else was talking about and this was the first time I've had a chance to maybe find an incredible stock early and really kick the tires. Basically, I was surprised to find out they are profitable and growing and it is still under $2 a share.

After going first thing Thursday, I spent all Thursday night researching this company, Premier Exhibitions, and I started buying the stock immediately yesterday. If you want to reseach the company, go find their website listed as

PXHB Website

Seek out the conference call audio link under the investors section. fascinating listen!

What it boils down to is they are expected to triple their exhibition schedule in the next 6 months. That means a half dozen Titanic and a half dozen Body shows running SIMULTANEOUSLY. Twice a year. That equals two dozen shows a year producing on average a million plus dollars profit each.

This company has less than 30 million shares outstanding and, by my calculations, in the next year or so they could earn as much as 75 cents to a full dollar per share and this stock is somehow trading under $2 now. Do the math. I'm a serious investor and this could be the closest thing I've found to a no brainer. Funny how the front pages can lead you to the fountain if you're ready to drink from it.

I think the company is prohibited from promoting their stock at the museums they exhibit in so almost no one attending these blockbuster shows knows they can invest in this company. This is some kind of serendipity from my point of view and I'm glad I was able to get in before the herd. You sure can't buy publicity like they have been getting.

Great, great show. The anecdotes published about the cigarette packs being left on the display case holding the diseased lung just goes to show it is going to be a life changing experience for many of those attending. Anyone who wants to shut this down is a troglodyte. Smart people will now also look into PXHB as an investment opportunity now too.

Posted by: Maria Calhoun at August 21, 2005 12:25 AM


If you want to use your own site to pimp stock, be my guest. Don't use mine to push up your share value.

I don't go to your site and pimp penis carrots and sombreros, for crissakes.

Posted by: Jeff at August 21, 2005 11:26 AM
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