as a shareholder with a critical eye i need to inform you that your press release this am has a silly error imbedded in the text that makes you, this company and the release less significant.
The last sentence of the first paragraph uses the word presents instead of presence. what damn presents are you leaving in massachusetts. i feel like i am watching an old three stoges rerun when curly responds to the kings gaurd.
guard: "the king demands your presence"
moe: "tell the king we anit got not presents"
curly: "yeah, all the stores were closed, nyuck nyuck nyuck"
stuart, are you the fourth stooge? fix it because it looks unprofessional and makes my spelling errors and misuse of the language pale in comparison.
The first letter of the first sentence in your comment should be capitalized. In the second line of the first sentence there should be a comma after the word "company". There is no capitalization in the beginning of your third and fourth sentences. Congradulations Shemp.
Get Real. We see improper use of our language more and more because of short cuts in texting.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
People who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones.
Your quote from earlier today "barring any legal issues of coarse."
How would you like that 'coarse' of crow served? Hot or cold?
People like you take themselves way too serious.
BTW: Joe was the 4th or 5th stooge.
i don't publish articles for public consumption. stuart t. smith does.
it's my company, i own shares. if he represents me, he's going to have to work harder. i gave two carp fish into the porcelain bowl while reading your reply. flushed down with your iq
So I read the whole article again. Someone please help me by explaining this subject for me?
In one of the lines they talk about concoctions of juice with THC up to 75 mg. But I thought that THC was not needed to act as a cure for certain indications and it was the canabidiol oil that was the true active ingredient. The THC gets you high and that was not part of the elixer formula as I was told? What am I missing on this?