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  • ar2743 ar2743 Jan 6, 2006 6:27 PM Flag

    What a way to start the year!!

    Well, I dont think my reminding shasreholders of the negative impact of the A & B supervoting shares is "making a big deal(s) out of nothing".

    If ENER were to go public today. it would never get off the ground with the A & B supervoting shares. When Mastercard just recently wanted to file for a public offering, with a large block of shares reserved for a charity controlled by insiders (i.e., example of a supervote), it never got past first base.

    There is no question whatsoever that Stan & Bob's supervoting A & B shares are not in the public shareholders best interests!

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    • Well, I dont think my reminding shasreholders of the negative impact of the A & B supervoting shares is "making a big deal(s) out of nothing".

      If ENER were to go public today. it would never get off the ground with the A & B supervoting shares. When Mastercard just recently wanted to file for a public offering, with a large block of shares reserved for a charity controlled by insiders (i.e., example of a supervote), it never got past first base.

      There is no question whatsoever that Stan & Bob's supervoting A & B shares are not in the public shareholders best interests!

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      • Ray---

        You've achieved such rock-star status on this board that even your mis-posted first try at debunking the "Super Voting" red herring (posted by ar2743) got a rec!

        Not that you don't deserve it... :-)

      • Sorry, hit the wrong key, I guess -- posted before adding comments.

        >>Well, I dont think my reminding shasreholders of the negative impact of the A & B supervoting shares is "making a big deal(s) out of nothing".

        If ENER were to go public today. it would never get off the ground with the A & B supervoting shares. When Mastercard just recently wanted to file for a public offering, with a large block of shares reserved for a charity controlled by insiders (i.e., example of a supervote), it never got past first base.

        There is no question whatsoever that Stan & Bob's supervoting A & B shares are not in the public shareholders best interests! <<

        The supervoting hsares retired a while back. Are you just an ignorant dolt, or are you a deliberate manipulator.

    • Like I said a few minutes ago,I don't make ''Investment Decisions''on someone's posts on this board!!You just gave credibility with your ''lack of understanding'' of the''PAST'' supervoting shares!!

    • Catch up Ar, there are no supervoting shares. Before anyone gets their Johnson in the dirt, ENER had a pretty good week, up almost 4$, with zero press releases.