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  • theinvestigator94 theinvestigator94 Mar 30, 2010 1:39 PM Flag

    Comical

    It is really comical that anyone who isn't a JBII cheerleader is accused of being a short, basher, relative of someone fired, etc. Why can't we just be someone who thinks the company is a bunch of hype and one who chooses to express our opinion? Why hasn't anyone answered my post about the 2500 p2o sites in 5 years? To me that is the biggest issue here. That was a very bold claim by the CEO that if not substantiated will lead to the demise of this company.

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    • stas1@sbcglobal.net stas1 Mar 30, 2010 2:35 PM Flag

      I wanted to answer your question, but you directed it at someone in particular. Anyways, I am more worried about the P2O actually working then the 2500 sites being set up. If this fails, the entire company fails.

      Now with the 2500 sites. This is "planned," therefore it doesn't mean they will have 2500 sites running. They want and they will try to reach that goal if they can. And it can be possible as long as they have a strong team and contacts. Plus they can mass produce the processors if needed. And maybe those 2500 sites include the franchise sites as well. On JBI website there is an application for P2O license, so those who get it will probably have to set up the site themselves. (Of course with purchase of materials from JBI etc).

      And those who bash it or not, I see it as an opportunity. Green is the future and converting plastic to oil is a huge leap towards that goal.

      Right now the company is overvalued in my opinion, but I am willing to pay the premium for growth. And who knows, maybe this company will be something big.

 

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