Sunday, August 18, 2013

AOS - 18

The icm aos system has been talked about quite a bit in discovery disputes in the ongoing patent infringement litigation.  How many AOS systems are there?

According to icm - this month - at least 18:

"To date, ICM has fulfilled more than 18 contracts of our U.S. patented AOS™ system to customer plants."

See Here

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Oh, and that tricanter system that all the fuss is about?  It is now marketed as the "Base Tricanter System".

"ICM's BTS™ separates oil from the post-fermentation syrup stream as it leaves the evaporators. The oil is routed to settling tanks, and the remining {remaining} concentrated syrup is routed to your plant's exisiting {existing}syrup tank. Utilizing Flottweig's differentiated Tricanter® centrifuge, . . "

Sea Hear  I cannot spell either - but I normally spell check my work!  remining? exisiting? {See Above}

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SkunK

I could not find any litigation information on the ICM site.  Nor any "indemnification" information.  Maybe I missed it.  It used to be there.  This combined with Lincolnway's admission of growing litigation costs could mean something.  Something important.

102 comments:

Slashnuts said...

Excellent News!$!$!$!$ 18 more systems that will be paying GERS' a royalty. All of which are generating liability for 3X's the royalty now!

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

nobody123789 said...

The statement of treble damages as being a certainty is incorrect. Another assumption and assertion that is misleading and even deceptive. Considering the gullibility of many readers here, this is a disservice. The Court will decide whether this is applicable (or a portion thereof) and in the case of a settlement not even germane.

nobody123789 said...

This news is so good that we may trade at the all-time low today.

Anonymous said...

Speaking of gullible, this jerk-off seems to think the court cases will be settled for a stick of gum! There are MILLIONS at stake here and GERS has the legal patent advantage.

nobody123789 said...

Another example of thoughtless comments made through the haze of hopes and prayers.

Why would ICM agree to settle for actual damages as well as punitive damages if that was a more draconian outcome than they could expect from the trial, appeals, and enforcement of the award? On top of this line of reasoning why would ICM agree to settle anything when DVG's avowed strategy is to "pillage an burn" and take every one down (especially KK) with him if he goes down?

Come on folks, lets apply some basic reality to the fantasies here. The sugar plum fairy is not going to be dropping millions of dollars on GERS any time soon, and when that does happen there is some question if the common share holders will also profit from that bonanza. If you do not understand this question, then you understand nothing about the contingency commitment to C&C , the corporate governance structure of GERS, and the apparent blood lust of KK for ALL the infringers and the resources necessary to fulfill that vendetta.

Anonymous said...

GGGGREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEENNNNNNNNNNN

Anonymous said...

What are you....King of the semantic morons?? Just because the word "settle" is used doesn't mean ICM will settle out of court. It means ultimately the case will be settled, in court, in GERS favor. See if you can take that out of context too! Idiot!

nobody123789 said...

Sorry that correct use of the English language offends you. Of course obtuse communication is the magic elixir of deception and deceit. I could expect nothing else:

"A settlement, as well as dealing with the dispute between the parties is a contract between those parties, and is one possible (and common) result when parties sue (or contemplate so doing) each other in civil proceedings. The plaintiff(s) and defendant(s) identified in the lawsuit can end the dispute between themselves without a trial."

Relevant clause -- without a trial!

Anonymous said...

settle settled settlement different words different meanings

Anonymous said...

The case will be settled in or out of court with or without a settlement. And that settles it.

nobody123789 said...

Can you not conjugate? If two parties settle what is the product?

Anonymous said...

The word is settled not settlement as in "ultimately the case will be settled". You imported settlement into the equation. See post 10:56

nobody123789 said...

Again, I ask if the case settled what is the product of that action?

Anonymous said...

Almost all of his posts include putting words in other peoples mouths and then arguing against what he just made up. Like I said, King of the semantic morons! For someone who boasts correct usage of the English language, he sure has a lot to learn.

Anonymous said...

See post 11:26

Anonymous said...

A settlement. The word you introduced into this blog.

If you insist on acting moronic, what does that make you?

Anonymous said...

hahahahaha^^

nobody123789 said...

KK alone has, through his preferred shares, a non-dilutable 60% portion of the company. Some family members and inner circle also hold these shares. I am not sure of the exact total that remains for the common shareholders, but it is less than 40%.

For less than 40% of the company common shareholders have paid in $119,206,897 through the end of last year and that has increased by a million dollars through Q2 this year to $120,205,090. We have no voting rights, we have no recourse if KK gives himself and the inner circle multi-million dollar bonuses when we win the MDL litigation and uses the rest of the award to fund expanded litigation -- no recourse at all. To put this into another perspective, if the $24,000,000 is not paid to YAGI in a few months they could own the entire company (not sure how preferred shares enter into this) and we the common shareholders with our $120,000,000 investment that is the real reason the company survived so far would own nothing.

And there is this from the filing:

"Viridis Capital, LLC (“Viridis”) is the majority shareholder of the Company and is solely owned by Kevin Kreisler, the Company’s founder, chairman and chief executive officer. Viridis has guaranteed all of the Company’s senior debt and has pledged all of its assets, including its shares of Company Series D Preferred Stock, to YA Global to secure the repayment by the Company of its obligations to YA Global (see Note 11, Stockholders’ Equity , below). Viridis has also guaranteed all amounts due to Cantrell Winsness Technologies, LLC in connection with the acquisition by the Company’s subsidiary of its patented and patent-pending extraction technologies (see Note 13, Related Party Transactions , below). The Company has separately agreed to indemnify and hold Viridis harmless from any and all losses, costs and expenses incurred by Viridis in connection with its guaranty of the Company’s obligations and its investments with the Company."

This is not new but indicative of decisions for which we have no input because none of these will ever come to a vote [KK and Viridis are the same].



techguess said...

slash what does this Canadian patent do for ICM?

did they win something of value? or not?

Anonymous said...

If the case drags on without a settlement, as you insinuate, it will eventually be settled by the courts. A settlement is not required for the case to settle.

nobody123789 said...

You heard it here first:

"This news is so good that we may trade at the all-time low today.

August 19, 2013 at 8:18 AM"

Millions in the offing, riches for all, and no one else on the planet wants any -- Ya Sure!

nobody123789 said...

$0.0008 80,000 OTO 13:31:06
$0.0008 25,000 OTO 13:30:12
$0.0008 1,250,000 OTO 13:30:05

This behavior was inevitable after the Q2 was filed, more to follow, I am afraid.

Anonymous said...

slash..you are correct...two decisions...

when to sell

when to buy

when?

Anonymous said...

n0b0dy still cryin geveryweek i chek board...haha loser cant trade and blame slash on his stupid wife

Anonymous said...

Who the hell is buying all these shares?

Anonymous said...

FALLAT DALE W? Beneficial Owner (10% or more)

nobody123789 said...

Ask the old timers the last time we saw the BID and ASK identical:

Bid/Size
0.0008 / 10,000

Ask/Size
0.0008 / 10,000

You will not like the anser.

Anonymous said...

anser? You and Icm share keyboards? remining? exisiting?

nobody123789 said...

$0.0007 1,250,000 OTO 15:09:31
$0.0007 2,750,000 OTO 15:09:20
$0.0008 10,000 OTO 15:05:54
$0.0008 1,010,000 OTO 14:52:50
$0.0008 1,500,000 OTO 14:34:32
$0.0008 330,000 OTO 14:12:48
$0.0008 150,000 OTO 14:07:49
$0.0008 2,000,000 OTO 13:53:28
$0.0008 80,000 OTO 13:31:06
$0.0008 25,000 OTO 13:30:12
$0.0008 1,250,000 OTO 13:30:0


All aboard the dilution train, next stop another all-time low followed by the end destination of R/S.

Anonymous said...

cleantech is the plaintiff, not gers.

nobody123789 said...

Nearly 27 million shares dumped yesterday in order to feed the beast. At this dilution rate we will likely have a billion or more common shares when the 10K is filed next spring. There is no way, without very positive news, that the PPS will not continue to fall "necessitating" another R/S. That fact is now almost immutable.

History has taught us that as the PPS falls to 0.0002 the next step is zero bid and you will not be able to get out (sell your shares) for many weeks until the R/S occurs and then the selling begins again. In other words, soon you will likely be stuck again, and have no choice but to watch.

From 16 million to more than a billion in two and one half years. There is one word -- breathtaking. Perhaps you have another word. Another word is hidden -- GERS is no longer reporting the outstanding share count fully diluted. G'd knows what that could be.

Anonymous said...

Anybody else see something breathtaking in a start up that sells shares to finance their activities?

You guess that 8,1 years hanging around with shares in a start up would have made a wiser man, but no.
Still the need to indecently expose his pea brain everyday.

You really don't have a clue with your remark about reporting on outstanding etc. If you had gone to school so many hours you spent on message boards you would understand.

techguess said...

gers keeps selling AGAINST shareholders....evil

nobody123789 said...

Your feeble attempts to distract folks from the real issues are just that feeble.

Anonymous said...

n0b0dy still cryin geveryweek i chek board...haha loser cant trade and blame slash on his stupid wife

Anonymous said...

wouldn't correct use of the English language dictate a comma before the last "feeble"?

nobody123789 said...

You are correct a comma would be appropriate.

The hits just keep coming, like torpedoes below the water line: $0.0006 1,857,000 OTO 16:04:23

Anonymous said...

The description nobody gives is just that. A description: biased, colored and deceitful.
It is only a hit when you are bitter, otherwise it's just a quotation.

Anonymous said...

A few thousand dollars and the blabber returns.

nobody123789 said...

I find the self-delusional name calling, coming from those that if they had followed my pathway could now own four times as many shares as they did two months ago (with no additional investment, hilarious.

Anonymous said...

You guys aren't even looking through a pipe any more. It's a straw!! No wonder you can't see the forest for trees... KK and YAGI dump on you consistently, with no end in sight and you not only take it, you cheerlead!! LOL incredible.

Anonymous said...

as said...it ONLY goes down...days to weeks to months to years....years of down

cjhit stock

Anonymous said...

last shareholder letter was feb 7, 2011

Anonymous said...

n0b0dy still cryin geveryweek i chek board...haha loser cant trade and blame slash on his stupid wife

nobody123789 said...

Ponder these words in light of today (thanks to Freedom on I-Hub):

From 8K February, 2011

Being a first mover with new technology in the renewable fuels industry has been challenging to be sure, and, in hindsight, we made our fair share of mistakes along the way. We invested too aggressively in the development and commercialization of corn oil refining technologies when biodiesel producers were unwilling to commit capital to retooling their plants to refine corn oil and none of the leading biodiesel technology providers were willing to provide a process guaranty. And, we relied too heavily on our financing model and financing commitments given the commodity, policy, legal and other risks, exposing us to the loss of all of our financing and working capital when the market crashed. In the end, we simply borrowed too much as we pushed through and overcame each of the barriers to commercializing our extraction technologies.

Our capital structure will be complicated by the convertible nature of our debt until it is repaid. Dilution resulting from the conversion of some of our debt into stock can be expected between now and full repayment. However, we are committed to minimizing the dilutive expense of these debt conversions. Our key challenge here is to build value at a greater rate than debt is repaid with stock, until we can repay debt from cash flow alone.

On that, there is reason to be hopeful. Returning to positive cash flow allows us to dramatically reduce stock issuances associated with working capital financing moving forward. The vast majority of the debt reduced during 2010 involved no issuance of stock. We are confident that we can improve upon the successes achieved last year on this front, and we are currently evaluating additional opportunities to do so. Further, achieving our sales target for 2011 would be a major accomplishment for GreenShift and its shareholders for many reasons, not the least of which is that doubling penetration would allow us to pay off all remaining debt out of cash flow.
We believe that our market value is suppressed well below where it should be. This situation can only be corrected with solid execution – staying focused, earning business, increasing sales, running a profitable company and reducing our debt until there is zero dilutive impact on our shareholders. We are not there yet, but we are energized; we have a great team and committed partners, and we believe that we will make substantial additional progress this year.

We are grateful for your patience and support and we look forward to our next communication.

Best Regards,
Kevin Kreisler
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
GreenShift Corporation

Slashnuts said...

ICM's Infringment "Defense" Rejected by the USPTO

The USPTO has taken ICM's last "defense" into consideration. The USPTO has rejected ICM's argument for non-infringement.

GERS sent a copy of the alleged sale bar letter to the USPTO. This is the letter ICM claimed would make GERS' patents invalid. The USPTO rejected the letter as proof of a sale bar. The letter was within the permitted rights of testing.

In fact, the USPTO just issued GERS another patent after considering the letter, effectively rejecting ICM's only excuse for infringing.

Injunctions are coming for the infringers. There's simply no more excuses.

1st, ICM claimed corn oil extraction was not patentable.

It's been proven that's simply not true. Both the USPTO and the court's have confirmed this.

2nd, ICM claimed Prevost was prior art.

It's been proven that's simply not true. Both the USPTO and the court's have confirmed this.

3rd, ICM claimed non infringement by the "95%" example.

It's been proven that's simply not true. Both the USPTO and the court's have confirmed this.

4th, ICM claimed the alleged offer to sell letter invalidated the patents.

It's been proven that's simply not true. The USPTO has confirmed this, and when the court agrees, Summary Judgment will be granted.

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

Anonymous said...

No doubt summary judgment will be granted, in leu of a settlement.

Anonymous said...

By TENNILLE TRACY CONNECT
The Federal Trade Commission said it was looking into assertions by some members of Congress that oil companies are using their influence over retail gas stations to block consumers from accessing gasoline blended with extra ethanol.

The inquiry underscores the deepening divide between the renewable-fuels industry, which wants to promote "E15" gasoline containing 15% ethanol, and the oil industry, which says consumers don't want E15. Oil producers and refiners are pressing Congress to repeal the U.S. law that requires refiners to use ever-greater amounts of corn ethanol and renewable fuels.

Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D., Minn.) and Sen. Chuck Grassley (R., Iowa) called for the FTC inquiry, saying they had reports of oil companies pressing independent gas stations to sell premium gasoline in addition to regular gasoline.

Anonymous said...

WASHINGTON — U.S. Sens. Chuck Grassley and Amy Klobuchar asked the Justice Department and Federal Trade Commission on Tuesday to investigate possible anti-competitive practices by oil companies that may be limiting consumer access to renewable fuels.

In a letter to Attorney General Eric Holder and FTC Chairwoman Edith Ramirez, the Midwest lawmakers told the Obama administration the review was necessary to address “reports indicating that oil companies may be undermining efforts to distribute renewable fuels, including higher ethanol gasoline blends.” Iowa is the country’s largest ethanol producer with 41 ethanol plants that produced 3.7 billion gallons during 2012.

“We are writing to express concerns that oil companies are engaging in anti-competitive practices aimed at blocking market access for renewable fuels,” Grassley, an Iowa Republican, and Klobuchar, a Democrat from Minnesota, said in the letter. “We urge you to investigate these allegations and, if true, whether they violate the nation’s antitrust laws.”

clean tech said...

I WANT E15!

Anonymous said...

n0b0dy still cryin geveryweek i chek board...haha loser cant trade and blame slash on his stupid wife

nobody123789 said...

If the summary judgement (SJ) is a virtual certainty and if the impact of its issuance will result in a significant increase in the PPS and improved outlook for GERS' stock, why aren't more people buying its shares and bidding up the price instead of selling and lowering it? The obvious answer is that the SJ is not at all certain and/or its issuance will have little effect on the PPS. Are there other theses to explain the conflict between the market response to GERS' prospects and that held by many here?

Anonymous said...

no end to years of price collapse

Slashnuts said...

Atkinson Ribbon Cutting at 10th Plant

GERS' #1 customer bought this plant for $15M. It's online and already at full capacity. The corn oil system is under construction and will be extracting in Q4. GERS' revenues are growing more and more everyday.

"Green Plains Renewable Energy, Inc. will host a ribbon cutting ceremony at its recently-acquired ethanol plant in Atkinson, Neb. on August 21, 2013. Nebraska Senator Deb Fischer will attend as the guest of honor. Green Plains commenced operations of the Atkinson plant on July 22, 2013.

"The communities of Atkinson and O'Neill were very helpful in our efforts to restart this plant over the past few weeks," said Todd Becker, Green Plains' President and Chief Executive Officer. "Our experienced team has quickly made the necessary upgrades and the Atkinson plant is running at full capacity, producing the best, most economical renewable fuel in the world. We are proud to be a part of this community and are honored to have Senator Deb Fischer join us for the occasion."


http://investor.gpreinc.com/releasedetail.cfm?ReleaseID=786008

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

Anonymous said...

Down 97% since their last "favorable" ruling news release. You have been duped.

Anonymous said...

GERS to announce R/S after close today? Mark this post!

Slashnuts said...

Shenandoah Firm Uses Every Bit Of the Corn Kernel

GERS' #1 customer is on a roll...

16 million pounds of corn oil at a single 65MGY plant!$!$!$

SHENANDOAH, IA. — We’re all used to watching corn go in one end of a manufacturing plant and emerge as ethanol on the other end.

But algae?

BioProcess Algae claims to be the nation’s only algae-production facility located next to an ethanol plant, in this case Green Plains Renewable Energy in Shenandoah. That’s part of the reason the U.S. Department of Energy offered the joint venture a $6.4 million grant to develop drop-in fuels for military jets and ships.

And the firm grows the algae with a byproduct of the ethanol plant — carbon dioxide.

Green Plains has made a point of looking for ways to use every bit of every kernel of corn — 23.9 million bushels a year — to make something, said Green Plains CEO Todd Becker.

You know about the ethanol. The plant produces 65 million gallons a year for use in vehicles. But the plant also produces 16 million pounds of corn oil, and 182,000 tons of distillers grain, both used as animal feed


http://www.desmoinesregister.com/article/20130818/BUSINESS01/308180021/Shenandoah-firm-grows-algae-byproduct-ethanol-plant

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

nobody123789 said...

Slash, so are we -- down hill. The 4 million shares I sold in early June at 0.0025 will now get me nearly 15 million share including commission. The hand writing really was on the wall when they opened all these unnecessary legal actions.

nobody123789 said...

To me, the handwriting on the wall became crystal clear in early June when they started their campaign of unnecessary legal action without the resources to pay for them. These folks are not dumb, they had to know that the dilution would annihilate the stock price. I am starting to believe that another R/S is NOT in our future, but a bankruptcy contrived through this over reach. Just as we approach (in terms of months instead of many years) the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow they legitimately file for BK, wipe out all of the common shareholders and walk in to the rainbow laden sunset to collect their gold with YAGI. There would be nothing illegal about this and no recourse. Sounds like a plan to me.

Slashnuts said...

The Need For The RFS...

It's a critically important time for the bioenergy industry, and particularly the advanced biofuels producers. I'm a long-time supporter of efforts to diversify our energy supply with clean-burning, homegrown renewable energy. Iowa has been blessed with rich, productive soil and abundant agricultural resources. Iowa is a leader is feeding our nation and the world. We lead the nation in the production of corn, soybeans, hogs and eggs. Iowa also leads the nation in renewable energy production. It's the largest producer of alternative fuels. It has the capacity to produce more than four billion gallons of clean-burning ethanol and biodiesel.

And, Iowa is second in the nation in wind energy production. The state of Iowa is proving that our farmers can simultaneously produce the food, feed, fuel and fiber that our country needs. During the past 30 years, we've witnessed tremendous growth in the renewable biofuel industry. It has developed from almost non-existent in 1980 to a significant contributor to our transportation fuel today. Because of the success of America's biofuel producers, renewable fuels now account for ten percent of our nation's transportation fuel supply. Homegrown biofuels are extending our fuel supply and lowering prices at the pump for consumers. Biofuels are reducing our dependence on finite fossil fuels. They keep more money at home rather than sending it to Persian Gulf countries that may wish to do us harm. And, it's primarily due to the success of the Renewable Fuel Standard. There are important facts about this program that need to be mentioned at every opportunity. First, biofuels and the RFS are not increasing prices at the pump for consumers. The opposite is true they're saving consumers' money. Numerous academic studies have concluded over the past few years that the increasing use of ethanol and biofuels reduces prices at the pump for consumers. Second, the argument that we're diverting food to fuel and subsequently driving up the cost for groceries has been proven to be what I've known all along - hogwash. The farm value of corn in retail food prices is so insignificant that it's hard to believe this argument was ever made with a straight face. Third, biofuels are contributing to cleaner air and a cleaner environment. Today's biofuels are reducing greenhouse gas emissions compared to petroleum. Fourth, today's biofuels are not "diverting" commodities from animal or livestock use. The fact is, grain production today is as efficient as it has ever been. We now produce an average of 165 bushels of corn per acre. We produce a 13 billion bushel crop on about the same amount of land that produced fewer than six billion bushels in 1980. Ethanol growth has led to significantly larger corn crops. That's benefitted all users of corn.

Slashnuts said...

The threat to the RFS has been consistent and well-funded by industries threatened by the success primarily Big Oil. Since the inception of the RFS, opponents of clean-burning homegrown fuels have been trying to undermine the RFS at every turn. And I've fought them at every turn. The success of these efforts depends largely on the intensity of the misinformation campaign that is waged against the domestic producers of alternative fuels. It's imperative that the domestic biofuels producers unite in combating this misinformation and making clear to all Americans the benefit of the fuels from these producers. In this regard, we must insist that any discussion of the RFS be based on facts. Many of the discussions taking place begin with the biased starting point that the RFS is broken beyond repair. The argument is that the standard either needs to be substantially overhauled or repealed altogether. I dismiss both of those notions. Opponents argue that the RFS never envisioned biofuel blends above 10 percent. That premise is completely wrong. Everyone who supported the creation of the RFS had to know, that at some point, blending of biofuels would necessarily be greater than 10 percent. That's why biofuel producers took the initiative to seek approval from EPA for E15. After many months of review and millions of test miles driven, the fuel was approved for use in most cars. Big Oil and petroleum refiners have also known since 2007 that higher blends would be necessary to meet the mandate. But instead of making the necessary investments in infrastructure, they've used every avenue to fight higher blends. While they've put up every roadblock possible to higher blends, they now blame the inability to handle higher blends as a reason to repeal the RFS. The oil industry created this problem. Now they're trying to use this problem to undermine the RFS. I won't let them get away with it. The success of the RFS is just beginning. The promise of the next generation of advanced biofuels depends upon the defense of today's biofuels and maintaining the integrity of the RFS. When Congress expanded the RFS in 2007, it rightly put the focus on developing advanced and cellulosic biofuels. Billions of dollars have been invested in new technologies to fulfill this policy goal. In Iowa, plants in Emmetsburg, Nevada, Shenandoah and across the state are being developed to move us closer to a new breed of biofuels. Defending and maintaining the integrity of the RFS is critical, especially for advanced and cellulosic biofuels producers. Most experts agree - without the RFS, there would be no cellulosic and advanced biofuels. That's why I've fought to maintain the RFS, whether the threat comes from Big Oil, Big Food, oil refiners and sometimes even the EPA. This new generation of biofuels will be coming online soon. It will have even greater environmental benefit. It'll come from sources like algae, wood wastes, crop residues and grasses. It'll produce drop-in fuels, butanol, renewable diesel and jet fuel. But it won't materialize if we abandon the RFS. Even the discussions of modifying the RFS have had a chilling effect on those developing innovative new technologies. The RFS has already led to significant environmental, economic and national security gains. The promise of the next generation of biofuels will add even more. But that's only if we protect the existing supportive policies and work to provide greater certainty for this burgeoning industry. I intend to do just that. I know that repealing the RFS would harm the environment, our balance of trade, and rural economies. It would surely cost jobs. Once the facts are made abundantly clear, I hope that efforts to undermine the Renewable Fuel Standard will fail.
http://www.traerstarclipper.com/page/content.detail/id/510210/The-Need-for-the-Renewable-Fuel-Standard.html?nav=5007#sthash.FOMXYTMJ.dpuf
http://www.traerstarclipper.com/page/content.detail/id/510210/The-Need-for-the-Renewable-Fuel-Standard.html?nav=5007

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

Slashnuts said...

Mr. Fallat, is That You?

6,535,739 buy in after hours, +14%!$!$!$!$

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

Anonymous said...

Hey Slash, do you frown when you pay at the pump as opposed to smiling when you get paid to pump?

Skribe said...

A complex game set scenario with layers of factors seemingly without end stacked to the horizon, obstacles of risk and gamble. The choice is up to you, it is voluntary. You choose your own level of risk and engagement. Yet we would not have crossed the sea if we never tried. Many tried and died to get the formula. And those who are confident in their evaluation of the gambit look to the horizon and see the opportune point of entry, they now know like life the sands of time slip away. The greater the risk the greater the reward, to the edge of oblivion lies the end of the rainbow and to each their pot of gold awaits. Yet phantoms of fear lurk in their blindspots as they negotiate the treacherous pass, many now in fear and sinking, humbly affirm their grave error and loss and accept their fault in miscalculation for like a hallucination, a mirage, the Oasis seems to only fade away. Others who still feeling strong forge on and reinforcements new on the scene look on in horror and fear as many a brave reach their end and sink below the quagmire sea. Maybe the pot of gold was just a little bit further, maybe just a bit further? but then like time slowing and all becoming peaceful and crystalized they know ,they hear the siren's call and so stopping now looking not further, but down and out they sink into the deep ocean of sleep and suddenly awakening to a tropical paradise with ice cool juice and bikini damsels on a beach sitting under a coconut tree and like a dream count their gold, an angel has told them a hell of descending levels with stench of rotting foul torment awaits the evil according to his own fate. Yet, a long time ago, in a galaxy far away a young Jedi Knight named Skywalker heeding the words of his spiritual master Obi Wan Kenobi turns off the targeting computer for the blaster weapons of his X-Wing, let go Luke, let go say's Kenobi.
It's all or nothing here, the rebel command in com link call out to Luke on why he has turned off his targeting computer, but Luke is different he is a Jedi. And the evil on Vader closes in on Skywalker sensing the Force is strong in this one. Speeding thru the canyon of the artificial moon, the Death Star the Jedi and his wicked pursuers know one shot down the rabbit hole is all it takes. Then like a faster than lightning strike and with a little help from his friends Captain Cholosolo and Wookiebaca in a Greedo flashback strike bullseye, goodbye, and the hello, i dont know why you say goodby I say hello.

Skribe

Anonymous said...

Good post Skribe, some good humor in a dark hour!

Good Luck

Anonymous said...

Gain under the pretense of illusion and deception at the pain and cost of others upon conclusion is determined to be mere delusional. A bounty of loss is in reality all they will gain as their takings like vapors fade thru their clutching hands like illusion. And the evil ones kingdom faded away because it never really was and in final frustration and trying to lash out at invisible enemies he then heard God tell him to accept it as his fate and his own fault, so he did and he too faded away.

nobody123789 said...

his reliance on the credibility of a single investor may be misplaced.

Schedule 13D

Schedule 13D is commonly referred to as a “beneficial ownership report.” The term "beneficial owner" is defined under SEC rules. It includes any person who directly or indirectly shares voting power or investment power (the power to sell the security).

When a person or group of persons acquires beneficial ownership of more than 5% of a voting class of a company’s equity securities registered under Section 12 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, they are required to file a Schedule 13D with the SEC. (Depending upon the facts and circumstances, the person or group of persons may be eligible to file the more abbreviated Schedule 13G in lieu of Schedule 13D.)

Schedule 13D reports the acquisition and other information within ten days after the purchase. The schedule is filed with the SEC and is provided to the company that issued the securities and each exchange where the security is traded. Any material changes in the facts contained in the schedule require a prompt amendment. The schedule is often filed in connection with a tender

It would be informative to read the SC 13D filing. The required date of filing is October 10,2012 + 10 days. You do not think it a little "fishy" that this form was filed on August 14, 2013, the day the GERS came out with the report of massive dilution in one quarter and increasing losses? Wouldn't such a filing be likely viewed as an indication of near insider confidence and be used to sell more stock?


Think this over again?

Anonymous said...

Great job scribe! I like I like.

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

What's funny is how this jerk "Nobody" can dismiss the possible granting of a summary judgment as "wishful thinking" when the actual documentation has been filed versus his insistence that a r/s is inevitable with no documentation filed to support such an event. He can only support such an event based on what has occurred in the past....pure speculation (plus a large dose of arrogance). Based solely on history, when may we expect WWIII to break out?

Anonymous said...

WWIII has already started, 100,000 dead so far in Syria and the major players are still letting their proxies do the hard work.

Another RS is not a bad guess considering Kevin's track.....

He is a bit of a one trick pony, lose money, print shares, RS, rinse and repeat. A nine year history of loss making should preclude him from being a CEO.

He is either inept or a crook, neither should be running a public company.

nobody123789 said...

WWIII has already started, 100,000 dead so far in Syria and the major players are still letting their proxies do the hard work.

Another RS is not a bad guess considering Kevin's track.....

He is a bit of a one trick pony, lose money, print shares, RS, rinse and repeat. A nine year history of loss making should preclude him from being a CEO.

He is either inept or a crook, neither should be running a public company.

nobody123789 said...

I'm gaaaaaaaaaaaaay!

Anonymous said...

that's why your wife left you dumbass^^

Anonymous said...

I mean ass muncher^^

Anonymous said...

Oh n0b0dy stuff a sock in it!

Anonymous said...

I gave in and paid 8.

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

Vader is Dave VanGriend and nobody the big fat frog eating jabba the hut! hahahahahahahaha

Anonymous said...

n0b0dy still cryin geveryweek i chek board...haha loser cant trade and blame slash on his stupid wife

nobody123789 said...

Rome is burning and the fiddlers are still delusional.

Anonymous said...

na Jabba is his wife. n0b0dy is the squirrely looken rat with the beak

Anonymous said...

hahahahahahaha^^^

Anonymous said...

Hey skunk they got your message. Icm really does hang around your blog.

http://www.icminc.com/products/base-tricanter-system.html

The oil is routed to settling tanks, and the remaining concentrated syrup is routed to your plant's existing syrup tank.

Anonymous said...

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Slashnuts said...

GERS' #1 Customer Declares a Dividend!$!$!$!$

Green Plains Initiates Quarterly Dividend

GPRE today announced that its Board of Directors has approved the initiation of a quarterly cash dividend. An initial dividend of $0.04 per common share will be paid on September 26, 2013 to all shareholders of record as of September 5, 2013.

"We are pleased to announce the first cash dividend to our shareholders in the Company's history," stated Todd Becker, President and Chief Executive Officer. "With four consecutive years of profitable operations, we believe now is the appropriate time to start a quarterly dividend. Going forward, we intend to continue our focus on strengthening and diversifying our business, with an emphasis on organic growth and accretive acquisitions, which we believe will contribute to long-term shareholder value."

The Board of Directors anticipates declaring this dividend in future quarters on a regular basis; however, future declarations of dividends are subject to Board approval and may be adjusted as business needs or market conditions change.

http://investor.gpreinc.com/releasedetail.cfm?ReleaseID=786862

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

Anonymous said...

ask @ 9 !

nobody123789 said...

As you fiddle, and pass self delusional notes to each other, the quick sand of dilution is melting your empire (equity). The massive dilutional earthquake continues. Those that state that this is typical for "start-up" companies simply haven't been around here long enough to understand how whimsical that statement is, and how long it has been uttered in fervent hopes that tomorrow will bring a better day.

nobody123789 said...

Not to worry, if there is any sort of uptick they will sell a bolus of shares into it and you won't have to worry about it any longer. They always have, and until they no longer do, they will continue to do this. If/when a SJ is handed down and if/when there is nice little pop due to the longs here buying more shares on the "good news", you could easily see hundreds of millions of shares sold into it, and you can watch that uptick fade away as well.

Slashnuts said...

"Icm really does hang around your blog."

Of course they do! Don't you remember when I busted Steve for posting here?

Then there's the "Steveo" ID, plus the levenparnas ID linked to an origin in Kansas.

Where have you been?
These clowns slip up when they drink too much distillate. LOL...

nobody123789 said...

Look who is calling the kettle black? Who is drinking the Kool- Aid?

Slashnuts said...

If I were about to lose $100's of millions in a lawsuit, I too would be attacking investors 24/7 on Yahoo, Ihub, and here. At least I could say I tried to get my moneys worth. LOL...

levparnas (Yahoo ID from Kansas)
"I can see that you have fallen for the Kool Aid"

"Thats the pot calling the kettle black." Slashnuts Why are you so paranoid and delusional?

LOL..Good times. good times....

Anonymous said...

Any wonder why GERS has spent millions of your dollars in lawsuits against US corn ethanol processors, but failed to spend a few thousand on filing for international patents? I am not a patent expert, but how does ICM get a patent in Canada on technology praticed in the US for nearly 10 years? Corn oil extraction is going international and GERS is not in that game. Is GERS not spending a few thousand dollars on acquiring international patents to protect the shareholder against more stock dilution to support that penny?

Anonymous said...

massive dilution = a measly ton or two, what is that idiot barking about?

nobody123789 said...

One of the major problems with the extended time of these legal proceedings is the finite shelf-life of any technology. It is not long before someone makes a better "mouse trap". I have raised this before, and with time it becomes more significant.

http://www.startribune.com/business/220898181.html

Anonymous said...

n0b0dy still cryin geveryweek i chek board...haha loser cant trade and blame slash on his stupid wife

nobody123789 said...

My suspicions, and I dare say those of many reading this blog, that you are too ignorant to even know how place a trade much less be the savvy decimal-penny trader that you purport yourself to be.

Anonymous said...

how place a trade? hahhahaahaha you know how place a trade?
I know how place a trade hahahahaha
oh boy your English broken hahahahaha

Anonymous said...

weeds? do you want weeds for breakfast? do you know what milk from cows that eat weeds tastes like? are you really that stupid? of course you are --- you "invested" here. MORON!

Anonymous said...

invested here years ago that is. Now its time to ROCK! (thats not a euphemism so don't get excited).

techguess said...

the infringers will be working 100% for gers to make gers whole...work it off and stay in business,,,,or fight it and go out of biz,,,,
ugly choices...

survival or endless war..glta

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