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efuddbunnyslayer 8 posts  |  Last Activity: Oct 15, 2014 4:21 AM Member since: Apr 8, 2013
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    Something in the air

    by efuddbunnyslayer Aug 18, 2014 3:24 AM
    efuddbunnyslayer efuddbunnyslayer Oct 15, 2014 4:21 AM Flag

    Well, it looks like they will be getting one of the two. It seems they will get the new facility in Dilley, Texas. Good news there.

  • efuddbunnyslayer by efuddbunnyslayer Aug 18, 2014 3:24 AM Flag

    Watch for possible announcements in the next few months on a government contract that has been bid for. Facilities (2) for illegal alien families. Facilities now are mostly for individuals and this is needed. Someone is going to get it and I'm betting on the nation's largest private prison company. I don't even think that the two facilities that the government has planned will be near enough. The government plans for these facilities to be in Texas and New Mexico.

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    A great conversation with Second Cycle guy

    by efuddbunnyslayer Jun 4, 2014 11:48 AM
    efuddbunnyslayer efuddbunnyslayer Jun 6, 2014 7:12 PM Flag

    I plan on being patient with this one and only put in what I know I can wait on a few years seeing grow. The big things I note on this one is that it's a developmental company that has just begun to ship orders for real revenue and in a big way. As soon as it sees the revenue, it's moving to expand and grow and with a market that is already seeing large orders. Sooo... I expect to sit here and see not a lot happen for a while on share value until what I expect will happen...happens.... I expect to be sitting on a nice pile of shares when the huge reverse split comes along at the time that leadership decides it's time to pay attention to shareholder value. Till then, I am not going to begrudge a few million shares here and there used to shore up their overall ability to deliver product. I want to see lots of product moving and the move to expand their market access. That..... is what I know will make me some money here. I think that the company needs to put more visual information out there of operations and their new acquisition so that investors can actually see what is going on. I'd like to see the have a little photo series that shows raw material, production process, packaging of product, and shipping with some pretty company gal kissing the pallet goodbye...

  • efuddbunnyslayer by efuddbunnyslayer Jun 4, 2014 11:48 AM Flag

    Up front.. I am a stockholder. I'm small time but I get a feeling about this one like I did Force Protection while deployed. I'm in for what I can be. Anyway, I called Second Cycle and talked to a Mr. Willis. He was very helpful with the many questions I had about their products and I asked many. I'm particularly interested in this company's interest in providing pellets for in-home heating furnaces. This involvement into future energy production is where it's at. I personally could care less about the animal bedding and junk. Fuel is the future. Mr. Willis seems to think that their research facilities are what may really interest Kleangas. Their bindings and manipulation of the cohesion of pellets may be, in my opinion, the key to increasing the dependability of energy output in various pellets. Just as I foresaw the need for superior armored vehicles, I foresee the need for coal replacement in this crazy green push. I see a time soon when individual home owners will be receiving entire pallets full of fuel for their furnaces, dropped off right at their garages. Off the grid or wanting to be?... this will be a step towards that. I hope for a time very soon when Kleangas partners with a pellet stove distributor and gets pellet stove/furnace owners "subscribed" to deliveries. This is coming.

  • efuddbunnyslayer by efuddbunnyslayer Sep 27, 2013 3:10 AM Flag

    It's these loser liberal types that #$%$ and moan about private prisons making money blah blah blah but you won't ever hear them complain about federal, state, and local governments pouring more and more money into really #$%$ institutions where conditions are terrible. They seem to love the government failures everywhere in life but someone does something better and cheaper and it is oh so horrible if they dare to make a dime off of it in the process. Well guess what? Government at all levels is failing and can't pay the bills as it is much less handle the ever growing expense of running prisons. Go ahead and do your #$%$ and moaning but a simple fact is that your acceptance of failing government Mr. Liberal Panty Waste is exactly why this company is in such a good position to clean up by providing a viable answer to a problem that governments can not handle. Look in the mirror Mr. Moan and you are the reason for what you hate....funny isn't it? P.S. I'm making money with this one baby... so suck on that hard rock candy.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Yield after conversion to REIT

    by dougbenjamin69 Apr 19, 2013 11:03 AM
    efuddbunnyslayer efuddbunnyslayer May 12, 2013 2:06 AM Flag

    Simple...huge dividends and you answered your own question....90% of their yearly profit to the shareholders whatever that may be. Haven't met any fortune tellers around here that actually could tell the future but the company is growing still.

  • efuddbunnyslayer efuddbunnyslayer May 12, 2013 2:03 AM Flag

    Only $6.63 per share you say?..... Mama must have dressed you still.

  • My 401k is gonna so fat. F you whiners. This company knows how to create shareholder value.

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