That would be nice, but don't really think so. I think shareholder apathy to Tokman's yearly "We're on the 10 yard line" hype has finally taken hold.
I say this because my wife, who holds about 750 shares, post split, which I try to let her forget about since I am the one who encouraged her to buy based on Tokman's assurances of no remaining hurdles, received a call late last night from the stock proxy vote company. They were calling all holders of record who had not yet recorded a proxy vote.
So if they are beating the bushes for 750 votes to achieve a quorum, I think that suggests something different than their waiting for the ink to dry on a new contract.
You are aboslutely correct. Tokman has had his time to deliver and he has lost shareholder interest. Your analysis of Tokmans pumping has taken its toll. I said this before, I think he is skating on thin ice even with a bought and paid for BOD.