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vernnimble 363 posts  |  Last Activity: 13 hours ago Member since: Feb 27, 2012
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  • we are all waiting to see which team you are picking to win the 2014 NFL Season with their first game on August 3. Don't keep us in suspense Sandy, who is going to lose the game...LMAO !!!

  • Hysterical Prices of Samson Oil & Gas to see how much Sandy and Jiimy's money has grown from July 23, 2013, to July 23, 2014.

    Hmm, well on July 23, 2013 the price per share of Samson Oil & Gas was $0.43.
    Today's closing price, July 23, 2014 is $0.43.

    Hmm, looks like Sandy and Jiimy are in the zero column for profits and losses for the year. Just like putting money in the bank, nothing back but the original deposit. But was this their original deposit?

    Let's look at their buy in price.

    Sandy came in from the Yahoo Daily Riser at $4.

    Jiimy jumped in at around $1.15 or $1.20, undoubtedly also from the Yahoo Daily Riser.

    That computes to Sandy losing 10 times the original deposit of $4 and Jiimy losing 3 times the original deposit of $1.20.

    It's also important to point out that Sandy did make an attempt last year to pick the winning teams of all of the NFL Playoff games. Unfortunately, as everyone know, Sandy missed every one, including the Superbowl.

    On the other hand, Jiimy likes to play a toy gayliner capri in the bathtub and there is no dollar amount available for that purchase, I'm guessing around $14.95 and a good deal of self respect.

    The only conclusion to make after all the calculations is that Sandy and Jiimy are not very good at picking winning teams, boats, or investments.

  • vernnimble by vernnimble Jul 24, 2014 5:50 PM Flag

    Timber....

  • Reply to

    Almost Football Season Again, Let's Check the...

    by vernnimble Jul 23, 2014 7:30 PM
    vernnimble vernnimble Jul 24, 2014 5:58 PM Flag

    how does this company stay listed on the NYSE MKT?

  • "July 27 (Reuters) - The average price of a gallon of gasoline in the United States fell by 9 cents in the past two weeks..."

    Timber....

  • vernnimble vernnimble Jul 27, 2014 10:16 PM Flag

    Oil crushed by oversupply; WTI ends at 2 month low under $100
    Tuesday, 15 Jul 2014

    "Oil prices slumped by more than $2 per barrel on Tuesday, deepening their biggest slide this year as rising Libyan supplies and downbeat economic data sharpened concerns that the global market was heading into a near-term glut.

    World oil prices have rapidly erased a geopolitical risk premium that had been pushing prices up since April, and selling has accelerated in recent days as traders shift their focus from violence in Iraq and Libya to weak global fundamentals.

    **************************************************
    Adding a glut of too much gasoline may mean it might be a better spend to leave the oil in the ground, who's going to buy it?

  • Reply to

    Good Quartley Report

    by bo_faum Jul 27, 2014 10:23 PM
    vernnimble vernnimble Jul 27, 2014 11:27 PM Flag

    No debt???????

    Did you miss the part about the loan...

  • Reply to

    Good Quartley Report

    by bo_faum Jul 27, 2014 10:23 PM
    vernnimble vernnimble Jul 28, 2014 12:55 AM Flag

    DA SHARES - DA SHARES...

    That's...the...kicker...in...the...wallet...

    IT'S DA SHARES !!

    The float is so large now that each 2000 shares would only get a thimble full of oil if it were to come to that. A better purchase would be to buy a quart of Quaker State at Walmart for $3.99, or nearly exactly 9.5 shares.

    LMAO Sandy, the Jiimies, and the MMan
    GET YOUR BOXTOP AND PICK A BUSY INTERSECTION !!

  • It could and should happen soon if it's not already planned. I would expect official letters to be already prepared with a team of investigating environmental engineers already chosen to visit the site and study the drilling reports. If a cave was intersected and it was filled with deep underground water reserves, and there are other caves in the vicinity which migrate either to or from that cave, it could cause vast environmental damage for hundreds of miles downstream, and take tens of years to complete its life cycle.

  • vernnimble vernnimble Jul 28, 2014 12:48 PM Flag

    Hmm, that would be interesting to see, especially since it throws every listing standard they have right out the window. Yes, please upload that so we can send it to the real NYSE for their perusal.

  • Reply to

    Will the EPA Investigate the Cave Drilling?

    by vernnimble Jul 28, 2014 11:53 AM
    vernnimble vernnimble Jul 28, 2014 2:49 PM Flag

    And just what do you think they hit when they lost all of that drilling mud?

    Where did it go?

    Why did it have to be replaced?

    Why was there 97% nitrogen and only 2% methane if it was a pool of oil or gas?

    Why did they pull out so quick and seal the well zones?

    Why did they report that the most porous part of the drilling was holding water not oil?

    You tell me genius, I can only look at the results of the Advisory, and the Advisory to me says Samson may have hit a subterranean cave that might be filled with water, and that when the drilling mud was lost, it might have displaced the gasses in that cave, 97% Nitrogen and 2% Methane, and sent them up the drilling pipe, which then rocked the well, as was reported in the Advisory.

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    Will the EPA Investigate the Cave Drilling?

    by vernnimble Jul 28, 2014 11:53 AM
    vernnimble vernnimble Jul 28, 2014 2:58 PM Flag

    Sandy reported to the board, before it was ever presented I might add, of 18 to 20 prospects. These prospects would show up on a 3d Seismic survey asd subterranean anomalies in the ground, perhaps just like the anomaly that Samson aimed the drilling rig for. If those anomalies are all connected together in the same acreage that could be evidence of an underground cave complex. If that cave complex is filled with ancient subterranean pure water reserves it could be an environmental disaster. I think it's most appropriate for an American Environmental Engineer to look at the drilling records of a foreign company which is drilling in America for any catastrophic problems that may have happened as a result of their drilling.

  • Reply to

    Will the EPA Investigate the Cave Drilling?

    by vernnimble Jul 28, 2014 11:53 AM
    vernnimble vernnimble Jul 28, 2014 3:09 PM Flag

    SEC, be sure to send this to the EPA too.

  • Reply to

    Will the EPA Investigate the Cave Drilling?

    by vernnimble Jul 28, 2014 11:53 AM
    vernnimble vernnimble Jul 28, 2014 3:28 PM Flag

    Did you see anything, absolutely anything, in my post that said the EPA WAS investigating Samson? No, you didn't and neither does Yahoo or anyone else. I simply addressed my concerns of the possibility of contamination. I would think if the EPA was going after coal powered power plants for emitting greenhouse gasses, they would also be interested in possible subterranean caves that may be filled with ancient pure water reserves being polluted too. I think it would be entirely in their jurisdiction to try to protect subterranean water supplies that may affect millions of people. If you can't see that then you either do not live in America, or care for profits more than lives.

  • Reply to

    News out

    by ellis2776 Jul 28, 2014 8:16 PM
    vernnimble vernnimble Jul 28, 2014 9:59 PM Flag

    "HAWK SPRINGS PROJECT, GOSHEN COUNTY, WYOMING
    Bluff 1-11 (SSN 25%)

    The design of the completion testing of this well is likely to be completed this week, after which the necessary equipment can be mobilized to this well to begin this program. The design work has taken longer than expected because the geologic occurrence of nitrogen is not common in the oil and gas industry and therefore understanding of the log response to this gas is not prevalent."

    COME ON IN, TAKE OFF YOUR SKIN, AND RATTLE AROUND IN YOUR BONES...
    LMAO Sandy, the Jiimies, and the MMan

    GET YOUR BOXTOP AND PICK A BUSY INTERSECTION !!

  • Reply to

    News out

    by ellis2776 Jul 28, 2014 8:16 PM
    vernnimble vernnimble Jul 28, 2014 10:22 PM Flag

    I was looking at the Advisory when this happened and wondered about the huge loss of drilling mud and the rocking of the well with the Nitrogen and small amount of Methane. Sandy said they had 18 to 20 prospects just before this news broke, so I'm thinking maybe this is a subterranean cave system rather than pools of oil. A subterranean cave system may be a larger than just this area and get shallower rather than deeper. It would be interesting to learn how deep the other prospects Sandy was so happy about in the area are.

  • Reply to

    SSN.AX last night....

    by zombiewarnedy0uaboutssn Jul 29, 2014 8:06 AM
    vernnimble vernnimble Jul 29, 2014 8:35 AM Flag

    May break $0.40 today...

  • there is 698 BOEPD (June 2014 numbers), and 59,900,000 million shares in the float?

    Oil: 698 BOEPD (June 2014 Numbers)
    (Divided By)
    Shares: 59,900,000

    Answer: Wow, Not Much !!

    LMAO Sandy, the Jiimies, and the MMan...
    GET YOUR BOXTOP AND PICK A BUSY INTERSECTION !!

  • Reply to

    How Much Oil Does Each Shareholder Own When...

    by vernnimble Jul 29, 2014 3:24 PM
    vernnimble vernnimble Jul 29, 2014 6:08 PM Flag

    Which means according to your numbers, not mine, the stock is fair priced at $0.42. Which means anyone coming in here talking of some big leap in pps is clueless.

  • Reply to

    There is no more negativity.

    by ti_fri Jul 29, 2014 10:46 PM
    vernnimble vernnimble Jul 30, 2014 10:02 AM Flag

    Surge into what Sandy, a huge glut in oil that has gasoline supplies so extensive that America is trying to send some overseas? You are such a pumper, nothing but more wells and more wells, when this is the last thing that's needed in a oil glut. Who is going to buy the oil to refine it when so many other big producers have contracts all lined up for themselves because they are big companies with a lot of clout? If a company can't sell their oil it doesn't matter if they have 10 small producers or 20, they still can't sell their oil on the open market.

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