Originally Posted by I we Todd did
OK, this is interesting... I'm sure it doesn't mean much, as we all know not many (if anyone) will be selling at .0001. I'm sure the next trade will sort this out.
As far as taking cheap shots, I don't think anyone here has taken any "cheap shots". I mean, I'm really happy that GP had the opportunity to check all of this out for us, but the facts here are still the facts....
By that, I mean, that nothing that has been PR'd has come to fruition, I mean NOTHING. Of course Marino et al are going to schmooze GP, what else are they going to do (he just showed up on their doorstep). They know that we (shareholders) are highly pissed and we want some results not just promises that repetitively come to pass.
Remember, as far as we know, they have not been truthful or transparent with us for over 2 years now. Hell, they didn't even make their last deadline with the audits...
Let's not lose sight of all the problems we face as shareholders because GP had a good experience. GP did us all a great service and I'm tickled pink that he had the chance to confront and mingle with the folks at Conforce.
But, we have been at a stand still for how many months now? We have been told of how many deadlines in the past two years?
"Cheap shots"?, I would call it the "truth".
Well, I do agree with you.
Actually, have my opinion changed after the visit? Not really. Trials are still in the process. SEC filing is "coming". Contracts are still waiting for approval. I didn't really go there for answers, because I know that if someone wants to lie to you, there is no way you will be able to get an honest answer. Their "official" answers are already written down on the shareholder update, and thats pretty much all we are going to get. I am not there for an argument thats for sure.
But you get to "feel" what the company is like by looking at the surroundings. Looking directly into Marino's eyes as he tells you the company's progress, you "read" much more into it than a written PR. Looking at an office, you sense how much time a person spends in the room. Etc etc. I have my opinions on the people I saw, but that is something you'll have to go find out and make your own judgements on.
|Also, GP (I would love your input on this), that office looks mighty generic and empty. Is this their "new" office, that's costing a bundle? What do they have to do in there?
Personally, I would say "nothing" since all the R&D is finally finished and ALL the trials are surely underway by now.
That is the new office. Yes, I guess there is not a lot they can do while they wait for trail results (what would I know), but remember, they also run a multi-million revenue terminal operation
. So it is not like they just sit there playing with their thumbs all day.
Please don't take my words as facts, I don't work there. I just had a short visit.