Saturday, July 7, 2012

Corn Crop on Verge

Hot, Drought HERE

SkunK

35 comments:

Anonymous said...

"It is the duty of all nations to aknowledge the providence of Almighty God, to obey His will, to be grateful for His benefits, and humbly to implore His protection and favor." George Washington

Anonymous said...

The rain is coming, it's on it's way. May God bless the midwest today.

Anonymous said...

Greenshift has a patent on significant amounts of rain so you will have to pay 20% royalty to company if it falls on your field. DW has several more patents on snow and ice in the pipeline. God bless this company....they have all the angles covered.

Anonymous said...

I only wish they had the patent on stupid 'cause you would be infringing!

Learn a little about the history of which you speak. ICM stand for I copy machinery and they are famous for it. But then you should know more about your employer than I do.

Yes ICM built out the Ethanol Industry and they did it without corn oil extraction. It cost the industry hundreds of millions. Then they bough two units from Greenshift in 2005 and reversed engineered them. Tore up the non-disclosure contracts they signed. Used the puplished patent application for the specs. Basically took the GreenShift users manual to knikos.

Then painted them a diffeent color and proceeded to sell them to the industry as tricanters.

GreenShift now has multiple patents and ICM is pretending to be the victim. Like a burgular caught by an armed pissed off home owner, ICM is now being picked on. LMFAO

Anonymous said...

Lol....that's pretty good!

Anonymous said...

Anony 6:09... by far one of the best and most accurate depictions of ICM I've ever read. I look forward to seeing them crushed in court by GreenShift's legal team.

Anonymous said...

Greenshit rocks!!!!!!!

nobody12378 said...

Or is Greenshift on the rocks; between them and a hard place attempting to pay its bills with our money?

nobody12378 said...

Why did GERS (or YAGI) need an additional $65,000 of our money on Friday? To pay the $50,000 retainer? Why couldn't that come from revenue? I think we know the answer -- it isn't there.

Anonymous said...

Nobody.. give it up.. you and your "objective questioning" panic posts do nothing for anyone but entertain yourself. Like how you started the day on iHub hinting the idea of going subpenny. You're posts are toxic.

nobody12378 said...

I am not hinting -- read the tea leaves here.

nobody12378 said...

I am afraid that the truth is toxic here.

Anonymous said...

jimmbody 259

Anonymous said...

Then why did you buy shares, Nobody if the truth and the tea leaves are toxic?

nobody12378 said...

Kenny Rogers can tell you the answer to that question.

Anonymous said...

Kenny also says Know when to fold them. Just like green shift in the next coming months such a smooth plan to grab money.

Anonymous said...

sub-peni.....i will be rich...all the intelectuals are wrong...imagine?

Anonymous said...

skunkster is a professinal shill.....he got you to hand over the money...and now no suckers left...gers in big trouble

Anonymous said...

Anony 1:02, you have no idea what you're talking about.
I invested in this stock before I ever saw Skunk's blog and before I saw the board on iHub.
This company has more potential than any other company that I'm aware of. And for those reasons I find it to be a potentially great investment.

Reading Skunk's blog is very helpful with trying to gain a more detailed view into and surrounding GreenShift, but I invested because of the company, as I'm sure many others do.

People don't generally find these blogs or chat forums unless they are either specifically considering GERS or have already invested.

The Skunk has done more for us investors in terms of gaining access to litigation and other updates than any other individual.

Anonymous said...

it has been a great short suckers

Anonymous said...

skunk has a done a lot...

Anonymous said...

jimmbody 102 228

Anonymous said...

Icm is going bankrupt. Ethanol makers are liable.

Anonymous said...

Hey nobody.....Greenshit rocks!

Anonymous said...

is it time to buy back in yet?
i sold soon as mo-buddy said he bought more.

Anonymous said...

LAWRENCE, Kan., Jul 11, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- For the first time, American drivers can now choose a new fueling option at the pump. The nation's first E15 (15 percent ethanol/85 percent gasoline) gallons are now selling at the Zarco 66 station at 1500 E. 23rd Street in Lawrence, KS. Plans to offer E15 at the nation's second retail station, the Zarco 66 at 2518 E. Logan (intersection of I-35 & HWY 68) in Ottawa, KS, are nearly complete with an announcement coming soon.
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Zaremba, Vice President of the Petroleum Marketers of Kansas, blends Zarco 66 fuel options right at each of his stations. Pumps offering E15 with the proper labeling will also be offering E10 and other ethanol blends via technology known as blender pumps. These pumps allow consumers to choose the fuel option that is best for them and their vehicle.

Anonymous said...

Time to buy as much as can....$0.01 a sweet buy!!!

nobody12378 said...

AnonyPumper 1022!!

Anonymous said...

Cadetpumper 12378

Anonymous said...

and what will the typical concerned american do....with no mass media marketing of ethanol, they will buy gasoline pure...why, rumors that ethanol degrades the soft parts...simple...checkmate...only a world war with the U.S. Navy rushing to speed jet biofuels will save GERS...that huge war is not until say 2014 to distract the public from the hyperinflation and blame it on world widw warfare...be patient

Anonymous said...

no havey, no savey.
COES only works on the plants that have installed COES and enjoy a nice pillow-top cushion.
piss on the rest that maybe a licencee can pick them up on the cheap.

Anonymous said...

sub penny in 3 weeks, maybe less

Anonymous said...

Yeah u said sub penny 2 months ago

Anonymous said...

jimmbody 154

Anonymous said...

perfect time for an injunction

 
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