Buckreef is worthless folks. IAG passed on it. Sinclair is trying to prevent a run on the shares so he can unload his remaining postion. I would not be surprised if he was short the same # of shares he is long to lock in some profits.
The stock is going to $0. This is worse than Netflix, worse than Open Table, worse than MF Global and worse than Bernie Madoff. This man promised to protect you folks yet he bankrupted many of you.
Robin Lakoff (1989) addressed what she named 'strategic rudeness,' a style of communication used by prosecutors and therapists to force their interlocutors (a courtroom defendant or patient) to talk or react in a certain way. Rudeness in everyday speech "is frequently instrumental, and is not merely pragmatic failure" (Beebe, 1995, p. 154). Most rude speakers are attempting to accomplish one of two important instrumental functions: to vent negative feelings, and/or to get power (Beebe, 1995, p. 159).
Jazz hands is trying to re recreate a failed model here like comety gold. Where ignorant thin skinned hypocrites that get sandusky'd on a regular basis prefer to rub each off daily instead of preserving principle and having to wait another 3 years if ever to regain all they lost. Even Radixhead claims he gets sick of the place And does little to maintain thAt asylum
I'd like to call your attention to a few folks that were spreading false information about TRX that got a legal wake up call and later came on the TRX (then TRE) board giving a very formal apology that sounded as if it was written by their lawyer...
"I'd like to call your attention to a few folks that were spreading false information about TRX ..."
I'm having a little trouble with this one. Have the Warrants been converted? Do you consider misleading the same as false?
"TSX-listed Tanzania Royalty bought the mine from the Tanzanian State Mining Company in December 2010, and has since raised around $60-million to fund exploration."
"To be realistic, to get 45 per cent share in the mining sector is something that is uncommon. This could be the world's best-ever contract," said Kamote, noting that it is difficult to find investors who are willing to offer such a high percentage shareholding in the mining sector.