Sunday, October 7, 2012

Non-Patent Litigation Update

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Anonymous said...

Please name one qualified engineer within GERS that may design and build a biodiesel plant? Please name the marketing and accounting people in GERS? Please name someone in GERS that may design, construct and startup a biodiesel plant? Please name the 80% ownership of non-diluted GERS stock? Please name where the allegiance stands for those 80% share owners?

Anonymous said...

please stop posting anonymous nobody

Former ICM employee said...

layoffs at ICM Colwich

When the powers that be hire friends instead of qualified people, the number of employees becomes inflated past levels that are adequate to run the company. Dave VanderGriend is directly to blame for turning a blind eye to this practice at ICM as the number of his employees has more than doubled in the last couple of years. Consequently, those that were hired because they knew one of the higher ups have kept their jobs during this layoff regardless of how much they actually knew about ethanol or how productive they were within the company. Shame on Mr. VanderGriend for taking a hands off approach in the growth of his company. He was too busy "promoting" ethanol to see that there were corrupt individuals who were only interested in furthering their own agendas.

nobody12378 said...

Anony 11:40,

There can only be one person on this planet that has questions about the future of Greensshift; only one. Therefore, all posters not a card carrying disciple, a BOZO member of the Hallelujah Chorus must be the same person. Your level of self indulgence is beyond fantasy now, it is demented.

Anonymous said...

fag

nobody12378 said...

Damn right and proud of it.

Anonymous said...

20 percenters have a good day today! Tomorrow will be a different story for sure.

Anonymous said...

Wait, are you saying there are only 20% of total shares in the market place and KK and a few others hold 80% and can do what they want to with the company?

Anonymous said...

Silly panic posters this has been the story for awhile and nothing is different than it was in the previous years. Gers will thrive just wait. If you came in in 2003 to 2010 then tough luck on you.

nobody12378 said...

Au contraire Anony 9:03, your self laudatory, self congratulating, over indulgent comments are incorrect. There are a handful of the "old timers", that have used our understanding of the long term slog here to buy substantial number of shares over the years, but mostly in the last 18 months, mostly under 2 cents. I know that, six of us control many millions of shares. Keep your tears to yourself, as you will soon go the way of the cadres of cadets before you; with your tail between your legs, with tales of woe, and your shares gobbled by the ones who really know that the payoff is not in this decade, are at peace with that reality and enjoying the pain of the suffering newbies.

nobody12378 said...

GERS is GREEN!!! Beat the lunatic to today's asylum.

Anonymous said...

Not in this decade. You are a joke

nobody12378 said...

You may make a few shekels on a few bounces before then, but the real riches you dream of, your long-term unrequited expectations, will exceed your grasp here for many years. That is the way it is; your incantations cannot change that. And to you that represents carnage, to us, more stockpiling of the defeated-one's shares as they exit stage left as so many have done before them.

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

noboyds mom made few shekels last ight, gave her 5 shares of GERS$$$$$$$$$$$ and a black eye

Anonymous said...

bid up @ 5 !

Anonymous said...

ask 5.5 !

nobody12378 said...

Petal wrote on I-Hub @ 2:15:29

"Bid and Ask rising."

Is it possible that Petal is one of the pied pipers?

Anonymous said...

stuck my pipe in your moms pie^

nobody12378 said...

Where are the trash collectors when you need them?

Anonymous said...

picking up your mom^

Anonymous said...

More job cuts are coming at the ICM company in Colwich. ICM, Inc., announced Friday that it is reducing its workforce by 73 employees effective immediately.

A company spokesperson confirmed staff reductions today. She didn't know how many people are being laid off.

ICM engineers, builds and supports the global biofuel industry's ethanol plants. The company has designed and engineered more than 75 ethanol plants in the U.S. and Canada.

ICM laid off 105 employees in April. At that time, the company cited tightening credit markets for making it difficult to find lenders for new ethanol projects.

Before those layoffs the company had more than 670 employees.

The company will hold a job fair October 10th and offer job placement assistance.

ICM employed 671 workers before it began layoffs Spokeswoman Monique Garcia says the company now has about 310 workers.


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Anonymous said...

ouch legal bills taking toll?

Former ICM employee said...

Nate VG you here? lmao

Anonymous said...

anon 1:52

Timber is what they yell when a tree falls DOWN, not up, jerk!

Anonymous said...

Nice close.

Anonymous said...

up again looks like shorts covering

Anonymous said...

400 thousand buys 100 sales

Anonymous said...

legal?
Is it legal if infringers buy stock to sort of hedge the risk?

Leibert

Anonymous said...

new patent tomorrow brah

Anonymous said...

greenshift rules no doubt about it!

Anonymous said...

http://news.yahoo.com/ohio-ryan-says-pipeline-key-creating-jobs-222252518--election.html

Anonymous said...

Romney Ryan will get us off foreign oil bro

Anonymous said...

i just bought 200 thousand shares dude, get it while its cheap!

Anonymous said...

told you brah, more invest means more jobs man

Anonymous said...

you lucky dogg its popin tomorrow

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Anonymous said...

look at gas prices whats it tell ya bra

Anonymous said...

obammers gotta go dude

Anonymous said...

invest in greenshift and youll make some money :)

Anonymous said...

whats up with the new patent tomorrow brotha?

Anonymous said...

for ppl who say disel to expinsive, yeah its maybe 4 a gallon. but gas is 390 and doesnt get you 40 mpg nigga

Anonymous said...

nobama 2012 boo

Anonymous said...

ronald regan, best president ever

Anonymous said...

we needs jobs Romney can do boo

Anonymous said...

obama cost us 6 trillion dude. they coulda invested that in greenshift n everyone would b driving a diesel!

Anonymous said...

Romney likes greenshift

Anonymous said...

http://aboutmittromney.com/energy.htm

Anonymous said...

Romney likes bio diesel ethanol drilling all above boo

Anonymous said...

"We're using too much oil," Romney said. "We have an answer. We can use alternative sources of energy -- biodiesel, ethanol, nuclear power -- and we can drill for more oil here. We can be more energy independent and we can be far more efficient in the use of that energy

Anonymous said...

“America must become energy independent... We're in a very vulnerable position. Our economic and military strength require us to become energy indpendent

Anonymous said...

“Energy independence will require technology that allows us to use energy more efficiently in our cars, homes, and businesses. It will also mean increasing our domestic energy production with more drilling offshore and in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, more nuclear power, more renewable energy sources, more ethanol, more biodiesel, more solar and wind power, and a fuller exploitation of coal.

Anonymous said...

"more ethanol

Anonymous said...


more bio diesel"

Anonymous said...

supper was good boo

Anonymous said...

"more ethanol

Anonymous said...



more bio diesel"

Anonymous said...

"more ethanol

Anonymous said...

drive a diesel dude

Anonymous said...



more bio diesel"

Anonymous said...

“In place of real energy, Obama has focused on an imaginary world where government-subsidized windmills and solar panels could power the economy. This vision has failed...


“As president, I will unleash American innovation and productivity to make full use of our natural resources.

Anonymous said...

In my administration, coal will not be a four-letter word. Instead, we will applaud the industry’s success in consistently expanding electricity output while reducing pollution. And I will respect states’ proven ability to regulate fracking, rather than sending federal bureaucrats to take control.

Anonymous said...

Second, I will increase production... I will permit access to our resources in the Gulf of Mexico, the Outer Continental Shelf, western lands and the Alaska National Wildlife Refuge. I also will partner closely with our neighbors. Canada and Mexico have extraordinary resources of their own that can provide secure, reliable supplies for our economy. This starts with my approval of the Keystone XL pipeline on Day One

Anonymous said...

“Third, I will invest in new energy technologies. We must not allow President Obama’s irresponsible and unethical funding of companies such as Solyndra to undermine the Department of Energy’s critical mission of basic research. We can position America to lead on energy in the future without picking winners or stifling the energy sources of today...”

Anonymous said...

the patent tomorrow gives us the permission to produce ethanol. so that means invest, because we are going up the chain even more

Anonymous said...

from 2 cents to 5 cents a share today

Anonymous said...

“We'll end our strategic vulnerability to an oil shutoff by nations like Iran and Russia and Venezuela. And we'll stop spending or sending a billion dollars a day to other nations, some of whom are using that very money against us.

Anonymous said...

“We'll end our strategic vulnerability to an oil shutoff by nations like Iran and Russia and Venezuela. And we'll stop spending or sending a billion dollars a day to other nations, some of whom are using that very money against us

Anonymous said...

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man im going to bed tonight a fat man!

Anonymous said...

If we do nothing, the high cost of energy will go even higher and residents and businesses will have to pay more," said Romney. "By taking control of our energy future, we’ll save hundreds of millions of dollars and continue growing our economy." ...



“Romney said the four steps necessary to take control include becoming more energy efficient, diversifying and increasing our energy supply, fixing our inadequate energy infrastructure and leading the nation in developing advanced energy technologies

Anonymous said...

tequila doesnt make her clothes come off. DIESEL makes her clothes fall off :)

Anonymous said...

Romney supports diversifying and increasing the energy supply through renewable wood, hydro and wind power developments as well as the use of environmentally friendly biofuels in state vehicles and buildings.



“Third, the Governor proposes a reduction of utility rates on companies that install their own clean, on-site power generation capabilities. He will also make a decision this fall on proposals to expand our natural gas supply to address infrastructure needs

Anonymous said...

Romney supports diversifying and increasing the energy supply through renewable wood, hydro and wind power developments as well as the use of environmentally friendly biofuels in state vehicles and buildings.



“Third, the Governor proposes a reduction of utility rates on companies that install their own clean, on-site power generation capabilities. He will also make a decision this fall on proposals to expand our natural gas supply to address infrastructure needs

Anonymous said...

ROMNEY IS A BOSS

Anonymous said...

Romney supports diversifying and increasing the energy supply through renewable wood, hydro and wind power developments as well as the use of environmentally friendly biofuels in state vehicles and buildings.



“Third, the Governor proposes a reduction of utility rates on companies that install their own clean, on-site power generation capabilities. He will also make a decision this fall on proposals to expand our natural gas supply to address infrastructure needs

Anonymous said...

Romney supports diversifying and increasing the energy supply through renewable wood, hydro and wind power developments as well as the use of environmentally friendly biofuels in state vehicles and buildings.



“Third, the Governor proposes a reduction of utility rates on companies that install their own clean, on-site power generation capabilities. He will also make a decision this fall on proposals to expand our natural gas supply to address infrastructure needs

Anonymous said...

Romney supports diversifying and increasing the energy supply through renewable wood, hydro and wind power developments as well as the use of environmentally friendly biofuels in state vehicles and buildings.



“Third, the Governor proposes a reduction of utility rates on companies that install their own clean, on-site power generation capabilities. He will also make a decision this fall on proposals to expand our natural gas supply to address infrastructure needs

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Anonymous said...

THE GOVERNMENT PULLED 40 U.S SOLDIERS FROM THE LIBYIA U.S EMBASSY A MONTH BEFORE THE ATTACK. THE EMBASSY BEGGED FOR HE SOLDIERS BACK BUT THE GOVERNMENT SAID NO

Anonymous said...

ROMNEY ROCKS

Anonymous said...

obama can lick my right and LEFT NUTT

Anonymous said...

were suin these niggaz in court n they said yo patent AINT GOOD good. so patent office said we'll look over it brah. but they came back n said NO WORRIES, your GOOD GREENSHIFT. k shoots

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Anonymous said...

greenshift is awesome!

Anonymous said...

greenshift brah

Anonymous said...

this has got to be the most blogged website lol. but i do agree. greenshift is pretty awesome. i read alot of good stuff and none bad

Anonymous said...

dude, sue that other company for all its got!

Anonymous said...

no hate on greenshift brah

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Anonymous said...

nobody needs to get off this website. hes bothering investors dude, foreal

Anonymous said...

im gunna direct deposit most of my money i get at work to greenshift, i make to much anyway. plus it will be worth it, it can make me free money

Anonymous said...

WHY DO ALL THE GAYS VOTE FOR OBAMA

Anonymous said...

invest invest invest!

Anonymous said...

greenshift. 2 words :)

Anonymous said...

IF OBAMAS CHRISTIAN WHYS HE FOR GAYS MARRIAGE

Anonymous said...

IF OBAMAS CHRISTIAN WHYS HE FOR ABORTION

Anonymous said...

cuz gays dont like republicans. we are against it. bible says man and woman. not man and man

Anonymous said...

obamas antigreenshift

Anonymous said...

if obama is a christuan why is he a democrat period lol

Anonymous said...

obama is also anti-christ

Anonymous said...

THATS RIGHT OBAMAS A B*TCH

Anonymous said...

RIGHT GOOD ONE BRA DEMORATS AINT CHRISTIAN

Anonymous said...

NEW POLL GIVES ROMNEY 4 POINT LEAD :)

Anonymous said...

I GOT BLACK FRIENDS OBAMA AINT ONE A THEM

Anonymous said...

that jew haters raising taxes on EVERYONE

Anonymous said...

OBAMA: The oil industry gets $4 billion a year in corporate welfare. Does anybody think that ExxonMobil needs some extra money?

ROMNEY: First of all, the tax break for oil companies is $2.8 billion a year. And it's actually an accounting treatment, as you know, that's been in place for a hundred years.

OBAMA: It's time to end it.

ROMNEY: In one year, you provided $90 billion in breaks to the green energy world. Now, I like green energy as well, but that's about 50 years' worth of what oil and gas receives. And you say Exxon and Mobil. Actually, this $2.8 billion goes largely to small companies, to drilling operators and so forth. But, you know, if we get that tax rate from 35% down to 25%, why that $2.8 billion is on the table. That's probably not going to survive you get that rate down to 25%. But you put $90 billion, like 50 years' worth of breaks, into solar and wind, to Solyndra and Fisker and Tester. I had a friend who said you don't just pick the winners and losers, you pick the losers.

Anonymous said...

OBAMA: Through the Recovery Act, my Administration committed a $90 billion investment in clean energy that will produce as much as $150 billion in clean energy projects. In fact, the Recovery Act made the largest single investment in clean energy in American history.
ROMNEY: I am a strong supporter of federally funded research. The answer to spending constraints is not to cut back on crucial investments in America's future, but rather to spend money more wisely. Pres. Obama spent $90 billion in stimulus dollars in a failed attempt to promote his green energy agenda. That same spending could have funded the nation's energy research programs for nearly twenty years. Good public policy must also ensure that federal research is being amplified in the private sector, and that major breakthroughs are able to make the leap from the laboratory to the marketplace. Unfortunately, Pres. Obama has pursued policies across a range of fields that will have the opposite effect.

Anonymous said...

Q: What policies would you support to meet the demand for energy while ensuring an economically and environmentally sustainable future?
A: A crucial component of my plan for a stronger middle class is to dramatically increase domestic energy production and partner closely with Canada and Mexico to achieve North American energy independence by 2020. While President Obama has described his own energy policy as a "hodgepodge," sent billions of taxpayer dollars to green energy projects run by political cronies, rejected the Keystone XL Pipeline as not in "the national interest," and sought repeatedly to stall development of America's domestic resources, my path forward would establish America as an energy superpower in the 21st century

Anonymous said...

Romney on "Achieving Energy Independence": "We must become independent from foreign sources of oil. This will mean a combination of efforts related to conservation and efficiency measure, developing alternate sources of energy like biodiesel, ethanol, nuclear, and coal gasification, and finding more domestic sources of oil such as in ANWR or the Outer Continental Shelf (OCS)."

Anonymous said...

They don’t call it “America warming” but “global warming”
When you put in place a new cap or a mandate, and particularly if you don’t have any safety valve as to how much the cost of that cap might be, you would impose on the American people, if you do it unilaterally, without involving all the world, you’d impose on the American people a huge new effective tax: 20% on utilities, 50 cents a gallon for gasoline--that’s according to the energy information agency--would be imposed on us. What happens if you do that? You put a big burden on energy in this country as the energy-intensive industries say, “We’re going to move our new facilities from the US to China, where they don’t have those agreements.” You end up polluting and putting just as much CO2 in the air because the big energy users go there. That’s why these ideas make sense, but only on a global basis. They don’t call it “America warming.” They call it “global warming.” That’s why you’ve got to have a president that understands the real economy.

Anonymous said...

bids up

nobody12378 said...

Usually a sign that a big sell is coming.

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100000 buy @ 6 !

Slashnuts said...

BioProcess Algae Phase III Construction Update (PHOTO)

Our #1 customer, GPRE, is finished with the 5 acre algae project. They're adding algae to these hybrid ponds right now. GPRE will be extracting algae oil on a daily basis. This is cool stuff from GERS' strong and diversified customer, Green Plains.

October 1, 2012


Latest construction update from BioProcess Algae's blog.

Last week we began commissioning the new Phase III equipment and began the process of getting everything started. The greenhouses are complete. All of the new buildings are fully enclosed and the cleaning procedure that comes before inoculation has begun. We should be adding new algae to the first building this week. Also this week we will be installing the new harvesters in the smaller two buildings.

http://www.gpreinc.com/News/107
Click On The Picture In This Link For A Close-Up.


In Shenandoah, white biotechnology meets black carbon remediation, and algae production comes to the Corn Belt, as BioProcess Algae and Green Plains Renewable Energy aim for a “lowest-cost winner” in algae biofuels.



In Europe they call “white biotechnology” what is elsewhere known as “industrial biotechnology”, or around the Corn belt as “the technology behind corn starch fermentation”, or in Shenandoah, Iowa (to many) as “the place where Dad (or Mom) works” or “the ethanol plant we sell our corn too.”

It’s been a tough enough season in Iowa this year for growers, fighting a persistent and gut-wrenching drought, but on the whole they’ve had a prosperous decade thanks to corn starch fermentation and the ethanol boom. It’s built a floor under corn prices and given growers in Page County a short delivery run. They’ve helped make, in turn, the 100 million gallon Green Plains Renewable Energy plant in Shenandoah the most efficient and profitable in the GPRE fleet.

But carbon dioxide emissions remain. In fact, large corn ethanol plants are considered “major emitters” under EPA rules because one-third of the corn kernel, by weight, is released as carbon dioxide during fermentation. About 19 pounds of it per bushel.

Slashnuts said...


To the EPA, an emission. To Green Plains Renewable Energy, an opportunity. Why not capture the emissions, feed CO2 to algae, and turn a problem into a profit center?



Thus was a partnership born with BioProcess Algae. Ebony and ivory – white biotechnology and carbon remediation – working together in harmony. It’s a powerful vision.

In the Digest’s Biorefinery Project of the Future series we wrote about why corn ethanol plants were great places to begin developing an advanced biofuels. We noted that “existing first-generation fermentation biofuels require no re-invention of feedstock systems, no exotic first-of-kind processing technology, no fuel certification or from-scratch market development. They are financeable.”

This summer, that vision has taken a major series of steps forward as the BioProcess Algae project advances from a small pilot system to a 5-acre demonstration including all components systems that lead from CO2 capture through algae growth, harvest, and extraction.


The BioProcess Algae projects builds out to five-acre scale in Shenandoah, Iowa

Earlier this summer, in a brief review of BioProcess Algae, we wrote:

“Three things are especially notable about the project.

“First, it has proven that it can successfully utilize excess CO2 and process heat from the Shenandoah ethanol plant to produce microalgae.

“Second, it has proven (at pilot scale) that its unique growth media can work – and this is an important breakthrough, because the company is growing microalgae out of solution, using a biofilm. The thesis is that this approach will offer a high surface area to enhance light penetration, productivity, harvest density and gas transfer. Once the algae have reached critical density, they are sprayed off the biofilm into a shallow bed of water, 2-3 inches deep, hugely reducing the amount of water that has to be moved in order to harvest algae.

“Third, Green Plains is still supporting the project. Even in the “a penny really matters” world of corn ethanol, GPRE is well-known for a relentless focus on viability and profitability – and they have been adamant that the BioProcess Algae project is not a science project – but a focused exploration of value-add opportunities for their ethanol fleet – and that as soon as the project shows that it is not meeting GPRE’s tough success criteria, it will be shut down. Well, its not shut down.

And, as BioProcess Alage CEO Tim Burns notes, “you have to aim for the lowest cost production. That’s the winner.”

Slashnuts said...

Meanwhile, the company is already taking orders. In June, BioProcess Algae and KD-Pharma Bexbach announced that they have entered a commercial supply agreement for the production of EPA-rich Omega-3 oils for use in concentrated EPA products for nutritional and/or pharmaceutical applications. Under the agreement, BioProcess Algae will supply microalgal oils which will be refined by KD-Pharma’s proprietary Supercritical Fluid Technology to produce highly-concentrated vegetable sourced EPA oils.

We would add a fourth notable feature to our short review from this summer. It’s hybrid design – a semi-closed system, using some elements of greenhouse design to protect and warm the algae, but using the some of the best, low-cost aspects of raceway-style, open pond design. That gives it a cost structure and a system that works in the temperate climates where staple grains generally grow — makes it possible to put the plant next to the CO2 source and share inrastructure.

Next steps for BioProcess Algae and Green Plains

Next steps? Following completion of the 5-acre demonstration, the company will proceed to full-commercial scale. And that can be substantial. A 100 million gallon corn ethanol plant produces enough CO2 to support 140,000 tons of algae production. Even at 60 tons per acre per year (as Cellana has generated at its 6-acre facility), that’s up to 2300 acres of algae production from a single site – almost 4 square miles. Possible? Depends entirely on site characteristics. But you get the idea.

What’s the real impact of the marriage of algae and corn ethanol?

Irrespective of technology, these are projects that monetize CO2. That’s their fundamental magic, liberating value from a waste stream. It’s an elegant expression of a foundational value proposition of advanced biofuels: “Less is more. Use what is there to the extent possible.”

The value proposition, in terms of capturing and liberating value, is substantial. As we do in Digestville, let’s look at the hard data.

In the United States, there is 14 billion gallons of corn ethanol capacity, which in turn represents the processing of around 4.8 billion bushels of corn (at 2.9 bushels per gallon), and generates 43.2 million tons of CO2 (at 18 pounds per bushel).

How much value? Australia has priced carbon at $A 23 per tonne; US advanced biotechnology developers like Algenol have modeled their CO2 acquisition at $30 per ton. Let’s use $25 as a mid-point. That’s $1.08 billion in value, and enough CO2 to produce 21 million tons of algae.

Slashnuts said...

Now, it is highly tempting to do math and figure that, at a 30 percent lipid content, you could get around 1.6 billion gallons of renewable diesel by souring some added hydrogen, or the same volume of biodiesel. Or an awful lot of Omega-3s, and high value protein for animal feed. And the financial math in converting a $25 ton of CO2 into a $1000 ton of high-value feed is pretty compelling.

But not every process requires harvesting and extracting value from algae. The Shenandoah Project certainly does – but we may see more projects in the future like Joule Unlimited or Algenol that feature no-kill biofuels production – where the microorganisms are milked rather than harvested – and the yields may well go 50-150 percent higher, in terms of yields per pound of CO2.

The bottom line

There’s a long ways to go on the Shenandoah project – 5 acres is a long ways from full commercial scale. Lessons remain to be learned, risks remain. But it’s a long, long ways from bench scale, too. Much risk remediation has already occurred.

To date, Page County has been best-known nationally as the birthplace of the 4-H Clubs, where the long-time mottos are “to make the best, better” and to ” learn to do by doing”. Their pledge is one every bioenergy pioneer might note: “I pledge my head to clearer thinking, my heart to greater loyalty, my hands to larger service, and my health to better living, for my club, my community, my country, and my world!”

It may well be that, in the future, we’ll look back at projects like the Shenandoah ethanol plant and see in them a pretty good conversion of pledging into action, and at industrial scale."

http://www.biofuelsdigest.com/bdigest/2012/09/26/ebony-and-ivory-the-bioprocess-algae-story/

Good Luck To All!$!$!$!$!$

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GERS!

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320 thousand buys 60 thousand sales

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Anonymous said...

why are there people on here hating on greenshift? this blog is for investors. not dooche bags who try to ruin companys.

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i hate obama too, im not even going to take the time to capitolize his name lmao

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Anonymous said...

ROMNEY RYAN 2012.

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Anonymous said...

Obama sucks bad

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gers is for people who want to invest in our future. not complain of lies...

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yea why waste trash on nobody bugs got to eat boo

Anonymous said...

I really hope you dig a little deeper. Obama's plan is shallow with no depth. Go beyond the debates and pull up Romney's plan. They say you can't access it and that it is not available, I beg to differ you can google it for pete sake or check it out on his website. Romney is fiscally responsible in his personal life and he will be fiscally responsible in the White House as well. We need a leader again not someone that backs down the minute he is questioned about his policies or tactics. Re-watch the first debate and you will see what I mean. Obama kept repeating himself because he had nothing to back up his arguments. Also with Romney if he is wrong he will admit it and take corrective action to fix it...something Obama has failed to do. Obama is too busy blaming everybody else, but since you are young you are right there with him and have this character trait so I guess you can relate more to Obama's pass it off to the next guy mentality. I call it the, "don't take responsibility for your own actions that way you will never have to apologize for anything" tactic. Sorry if that is insulting but I have seen it from you first hand so speaking from experience on that one. I am neither Republican nor Democrat and I believe in voting for the best possible candidate. That includes someone that is willing to work with anyone regardless of political affiliation. Again, something Obama has proven time and again he is not willing to do. The second his agenda is questioned he screams foul. That is just not the case. He would have got a lot more done if he would have put more effort into working with others instead of trying to bully them into submission. I have never been so adamant about a presidential race before but we are really on the edge of a tyrannical government. Read your history. We are slipping into a void with no way back. Our debt to China will come back to haunt us and Obama is willing to continue to borrow from this government to finance his own out of control spending. We will never get out of this abyss if we continue to fund programs that need to be put on the butcher block. You also may want to check Obama's numbers. His unemployment is misrepresented because he has failed to count those individuals that have just given up looking for work. When your older and have kids, bills, and college age students you will understand more where I am coming from. I usually don't post my politics on FaceBook but I can no longer sit silently by and watch this nation feed into Obama's bashing and dirty politics. TV, YouTube, any media outlet you choose is a three to one ad campaign with Obama bashing Romney 3x more then Romney goes after Obama. Why, because Obama is trying to save face. He knows he has screwed up and is not big enough of a man to admit it. If he would apologize, admit his failures, and just man up all the way around I would respect him more and he would have my vote but he will never do this so Romney is who I am leaning towards. Obama says if we vote Romney we are moving backwards. I don't agree. Romney's plan is not Bush's plan he is working on getting jobs back to America. He wants to get troops home, and he believes in family. His personal beliefs are for traditional family, but he is open minded and fair and I think he will run the country that way. I also believe that if Obama was truly for gay marriage he would have already pushed it through congress by now. He is stalling because it is not a fight he really believes in and is not willing to step up for all as he so eloquently tries to profess. Romney has made comments that he regrets like any other candidate, but unlike Obama he apologized and admitted he was wrong. That is the kind of leader I want. A leader that will take personal accountability.

Anonymous said...

lets just go ahead and go to the casinoooo

Anonymous said...

lets vote ROMNEY

Anonymous said...

thats deep mad phat props shoots^^

Anonymous said...

WOW that's the kine.

Anonymous said...

i like GERS because its making a lot of money

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