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  • epjr99 epjr99 Jan 7, 2008 11:15 AM Flag

    NSOL Office Is In Georgetown

    1101 30th Street is the actual address that these guys operate out of. My office is directly accross the street in Georgetown. I have been in their offices, know the executives personally and have met 5 of thier employees. Their office is a shared office suite - one of those deals where several companies share a receptionist and common facilities. These guys have already outgrown their office space and have been looking to expand. They are a very real company and they have been working very hard to secure funding to build these plants. I cannot say if this IA offer is real or not, but this is a real company.

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    • doesn:t matter where just what we do with it.or are we just goingn to talk about it.while the rest of the world passes us by?nsol likes to talk .but can he walk?

    • Thats all bs and you know it . who are you why have you just set up yahoo on jan 7th . Good try though

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      • People are very pessimistic here about the information they recieve on this board. I have no motive here I am just a humble share holder of a few shares of NSOL. Upon meeting the people who run this company, my neighbors, I became interested in the stock and bought a few shares. Frustrated by the lack of updated public information on this stock I have scoured the internet looking for anything. If you Google Nuclear Solutions, Yahoo is the first listing that comes up and there is a link to this message board. I have followed it for a while, mostly because I find it humorous the foul language and bashing that takes place on this board, mostly by or against that CASSO character. I have never had a Yahoo address so I could not post an comments, but with this proposed sale of NSOL I decided to sign up and try to dissuade some of the myths and negativity. I have no idea if this is a mob stock, like CASSO thinks, but I hope and believe that it is a legitimate organization. I have met Patrick probably a dozen times and done business with him unrelated to NSOL. He seems very intelligent and like a straight shooter. I have not spoken to him in about two months and when I do speak to him it is by cell phone or email, neither of which I feel comfortable sharing on this site. You are correct that the main number no longer works, as I tried it today. I do not know why. My guess is that it relates to the shared office space that they occupy with other companies. It does seem strange and raises questions as to the authenticity of this operation. I am not trying to fool anybody on this site nor do I appreciate being called a BS artist. This is the most useful peice of info that has been posted on this board since I have been following it, so I suggest that you consider it. What if I am for real? Imagine there still being honest people left in the world. I have nothing to gain by telling a bunch of small time investors, such as myself, this information on some Yahoo chat board. Certainly true market makers are not making monster trades based on chat room gossip. Just a tidbit that I thought I would share with you guys, since I have firsthand knowledge. Take it as you will for what it is worth. If I find out more info I will post it, but do not plan to get caught up in the petty bashing that goes on on this site. If this IA offer is real then we are in for a good ride, if not we are back to where we started, with not much of anything. Good luck investing.

      • Does appear to be BS, as you say.

    • Thanks, what's the phone number?

 
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