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Fri Oct 19 01:58:05 PDT 2007

World News Release

Financial News:

Whole New Concept In Used Vehicle Market Ready To Launch

Exit Only Inc. ex t0

Exit Only first hit the market in Canada back in May of this year.
Web-marketing of used vehicles is not a new concept. However, allowing
sellers to post there vehicles at no charge and no hidden fees, is new.
Sellers are now only charged for actual results, namely $2 per lead for
actual interested buyers.

Company Bullets:

- Canadian response to the new site far exceeds the company's
- The marketing teams projected year end numbers were surpassed 4 months
- the US expansion is tested and ready for immediate launch.
- News in the last few weeks has released partnership agreements with
several online vehicle service sites for increased exposure.
- In addition the site is now providing Mobile access, delivering
sellers contact information of potential buyers right to their cell

Comparing the size of the US market to Canada, similar results in the US
could very well transform this company into an overnight success. For
more information on Exit Only Inc. contact your financial websites.

International Reports:

U.N. food program officer seized, jailed in Somalia ----- MOGADISHU,
Somalia -- The head of U.N. food agency operations in the
violence-wracked Somali capital was taken away Wednesday by 50 to 60
heavily armed government security officers who stormed the U.N.
compound, the agency said. The World Food Program suspended aid
distribution in Mogadishu in response. Interior Minister Mohamed
Mohamoud Guled denied government officers carried out any operation at
the U.N. compound. But he added that the WFP last month distributed food
aid without consulting the government, a reason that the government has
in recent months used to block distributions to areas perceived to be
against the government. 

National News:

Hazardous Waste Car Involved In Derailment ----- STEILACOOM, Wash. -- A
derailment early Thursday halted train traffic on both sets of tracks on
the Burlington Northern Santa Fe main line and blocked access to a ferry
terminal south of Tacoma, a railroad spokesman said. Amtrak passengers
were being bused between Seattle and Portland, Ore., and railroad crews
were working to reopen the road leading to the dock used by ferries
between the mainland and McNeil, Anderson and Ketron islands, BNSF
spokesman Gus Melonas said. McNeil Island is the site of a state prison
and the state's Special Commitment Center, where sexual predators are
confined for treatment after serving their prison time. State-operated
ferry service between the island and Steilacoom provides 19 runs around
the clock for supplies, staff, visitors and inmate transfers.

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