2-6-13, at 12:20 p.m., 78 shareholders responded to this thread, with 71 shareholders, or 91% siding with TPG.
7,052,014 shares were cited, with 6,923,891 shares or 98% committed to TPG.
2-5-13, at 3:41 p.m., 73 shareholders responded to this thread. 67 for TPG or 92%. 4 for SD Management, 2 will not vote, so 6 shareholders or 8% will count for SD Management. 7,039,314 shares cited with 6,913,191 for TPG, or 98% of those shares represented in this thread support TPG in their bid to replace SD Management.
As of 2-4-13, at 11:55 a.m. , 71 shareholders have responded to this thread. Of those responding, 65 have indicated votes for TPG, and that is 92% for TPG, to oust current SD management. 6,997,994 shares have been cited, with 6,871,871 shares going to TPG, or 98% of the shares cited.
This vote will be decided to a large extent by large, institutional shareholders, but nether side will reach the 50% required for victory unless they get the support of the individual, smaller shareholders like yourselves. Make your shares count. Note that if you do not return your pledge cards, your votes will be counted for current SD management. If you support the actions and stewardship that Tom Wade and the current Board of Directors have done on your behalf, then complete and send the white card. If you support TPG in their attempt to replace current management, with new business and oilfield management, then complete and send the green proxy card.