Wednesday, September 12, 2012

10Q/A

Amendment No. 1: Explanatory Note
This amendment is being filed in order to:
· Correct typographical errors in two line items in the Statements of Cash Flows for the Six Months Ended June 30, 2012; and
· Include the interactive data files as exhibits.
No other changes have been made to the original filing, nor has any of the disclosure been updated.

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SkunK

52 comments:

by techguess said...

ok, i read the q thing...it looks good...could some qualified soul please tell me the strenghths and weaknesses of this report q yesterday are....it is important and would be welcome from me at least, any others?...pont by point with clarity would be nice

Anonymous said...

GREEEEEN !

Anonymous said...

thank you

Anonymous said...

What, you don't get enough info from your bolivian booleen chart?

Point by point with clarity? Sure, for $100 an hour!

by techguess said...

mentally unhealthy people seem to dominate in this world
imho

Anonymous said...

bid rising 2.2 !

Anonymous said...

2.44 close !

nobody12378 said...

Dream on --- 0.0244

Anonymous said...

2.5 close !

ethanolllll said...

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Anonymous said...

yup! ^^^^

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Anonymous said...

LETS GO TO THE CASINOOO!!!!!

Anonymous said...

this tornado in a can thing. i dont know much about it. i watched the video, thats it. but im guessing corn gets trown in it and it grinds it down to the matirial needed for bio diesel???

Anonymous said...

wish i had one of those to cut all my caoorts from the field!!!!

Anonymous said...

hows that thing made???

Anonymous said...

DIESEL IS FOREASEL LOL

Anonymous said...

ill invest 2 thousand, its truth enough for me

Anonymous said...

ME TOO

Anonymous said...

thank you

Anonymous said...

ANYONE KNOW WHY OBAMA SUCKS SO MUCH?????

Anonymous said...

right???^^^ romney&ryan 2012

Anonymous said...

Diesel just has benifits and no negitive. i dont see why not

Anonymous said...

Bio diesel is cheaper than gas isnt it????

Anonymous said...

gas is way to expinsive these days....im sick of it. i got 15 mpg on my f150 and have to put in a 100@ a week to fill 3/4....

Anonymous said...

anyone know that nobody guy???? hes irritating me! i heard he got all mad because he got laid off his mcdonalds job

Anonymous said...

need free fuel? make some corn cropps lol

Anonymous said...

HEY LAZOR LIPS. YO MAMMA WAS A SNOW BLOWER!

Anonymous said...

all this blogging and no one talks about justin beiber. im surprised lol

Anonymous said...

get a diesel, itll last longer than the seat inside lol

Anonymous said...

more bio diesel plants, the less fuel will cost, the less we have spend. thats way i see it

Anonymous said...

YOU SERIOUSLY CANT STAND THERE AT YOUR COMPUTER AND TELL ME ANY DIESEL TRUCK WON BEAT A GASOLINE AT A PULL. and still have better gas mileage omg :o

Anonymous said...

true right thur ^^

Anonymous said...

EXPLAIN TO ME WHY DIESEL IS BAD AGAIN?????

Anonymous said...

MY UNCLE IS THE BEST

Anonymous said...

OIL TANKER GOES OUT. GAS GOES UP.

Anonymous said...

no one wants to go to the casino???? :(

Anonymous said...

just fyi....

1. Biodiesel is a fuel made from a vast variety of vegetable or animal oils, such as soybean, sunflower or canola oil. It can also be made from waste cooking grease and non-food grade nuts or seeds.

2. Biodiesel is a substitute for diesel and will burn in ANY diesel engine* without the need to convert the engine.

3. Biodiesel burns 78% cleaner than regular diesel according to the US EPA and is a sustainable resource.

4. If you make it yourself in an automated machine, you can save a lot of money.

5. Biodiesel has a higher lubricity rate making it better for the life of your engine than regular diesel.

6. The more biodiesel we use, the less dependent we are on foreign, petroleum based oil.

7. Biodiesel is biodegradable. (If the Exxon Valdez had been full of bio-oil, there never would have been a news story.)

8. Biodiesel will blend seamlessly with regular diesel at any ratio.

9. Biodiesel has other applications; it can be used as a heating oil substitute and is sometimes referred to as BioHeat.

* Recent DPF technology on American made trucks make it difficult to burn straight biodiesel in these engines; most can accomodate B20 or less.

Anonymous said...

The biodiesel reduces the emissions of carbon monoxide by over 50 percent, driving down the pollution in the air. That is because the biodiesel emissions are from recycled carbon that was already in the atmosphere. The biodiesel also has a lot less hydrocarbons. With the biodiesel there is a 71 percent decrease in benzopyrenes.

Anonymous said...

It is proven that biodiesel fuel can reduce as much as 20 percent of the direct tailpipe emission. The fuel also makes up between 10 and 25 percent more nitrogen oxide that are the tailpipe emissions than regular petrodiesel. Biodiesel has a higher cetane rating than the regular diesel fuel and the benefit of that would be that the car starts quicker with the biodiesel fuel than the standard.

Anonymous said...

Lastly, biodiesel fuel is the only one of the alternative fuels to have completed the Health Effects Testing requirements that is stated in the Clean Air Act of 1990.

Anonymous said...

Diesel is the fuel for many vehicles. Diesel engines are a type of internal combustion engine in which heat caused by air compression ignites the fuel. At the instant fuel is injected into a diesel engine’s combustion chambers, the air inside is hot enough to ignite the fuel on contact. Diesel engines therefore do not need spark plugs, which are required to ignite the air-fuel mixture in gasoline engines. Diesel engines burn a petroleum product similar to kerosene, jet fuel, and home heating oil

Anonymous said...

GREAN, NOT MEAN

Anonymous said...

•Biodiesel stays blended with petroleum diesel, making it possible to store and dispense wherever diesel fuel is now stored or sold.

Anonymous said...

Blended at a 20% rate with petroleum diesel, it has lower wear than traditional fuel and shows improved lubricity. In fact, it is the only alternative fuel “that can actually extend engine life because of its superior lubricating properties.”

Anonymous said...

•It can replace or blend with petroleum diesel with little or no engine modifications

Anonymous said...

it is a worthwhile investment for nations to help biodiesel research. Biodiesel may be one major solution to ensuring future fuel supplies that are environmentally friendly.

Anonymous said...

Biodiesel has higher lubricity (it is more “slippery”) than
petroleum diesel. This is a good thing, as it can be expected
to reduce engine wear.

Anonymous said...

Biodiesel is much less toxic than petroleum diesel. This can
be a real benefit for spill cleanups.

Anonymous said...

WHAT DO YOU THINK PULLS YOUR SHIPMENTS? DIESEL TRUCKS AND SEMIS. GOODLUCK TO A F350, F150 AND F250 GETTING 40 MPGS

Anonymous said...

id rather be powerful and have money. then to be weak and spend money on gas hehe

Anonymous said...

mann i dont kno why yall niggz gotta be tripn with that quiet ass gas shiz

Anonymous said...

I KNOW IM LOAD N PROUD, THEN A LITTLE PRIUS LOL

 
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