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Re: Kudos John! (Score: 0)
by Anonymous on Friday, December 05, 2003 @ 16:45:11 EST
Once again, kudos John, great investigative work.

Does anyone else find Pickles sequence of posts, at least passing strange? What an interesting sequence of events:

First John urges all of the investors to:
"Write your AG. Write the department of securities in the state you bought the shares. Write your congressman. Write the DOJ."

Then, by coincidence, just a few days later he discovers that there already is an investigation being conducted by the Attorney General underway:
"The investigator is asking for investors to step forward. Contact info to follow."
Dean Kuehnen, Investigator, Office of the Attorney General, Department of Law and Public Safety
Bureau of Securities

I question if Dean Kuehnen is even aware that his name is being posted on the internet - though once he receives a torrent of calls from disgruntled investigators, maybe he will start doing a little digging...though, in my opinion, Mr. Kuehnen certainly doesn't write like a professional in his position at the Department of Public Safety.

John, I find it remarkable your uncanny ability to predict this chain of events. Are you hoping that we investors would take the bait and get the ball rolling? Or maybe we're a little too slow to pick up on that possibility?

I don't know if GWE is legitimate or not, but what I do feel strongly is that no one should rely on underhanded techniques that further cloud the issues. I once again question the motives behind the "fatherly" concern of John Lichtenstein.

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Saudis and paid free energy supression (Score: 1)
by chipotle_pickle on Friday, December 05, 2003 @ 18:00:03 EST
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You probably don't want to blame the Saudis for everything. That must sound as ignorant and hostile to them as the blood libel sounds to us. There are too many real issues between the USA and the Kingdom for it to be prudent to use them as the bad guy in a throw away line.

I'm fascinated with this idea that there are people paid to stop perpetual motion machines from coming to market. Where do these people work? What's the job title? How much do they pay? Baldy, with your JV, you have a great resume (I spose). Why not send it to all the oil companies and car companies saying you want to work in their perpetual motion suppression department. Or whatever they call it. Let us know how many calls back you get.

At least one of the investors is a student in business school. She should talk to her school placement center councilor (or whatever they call it there) about getting one of these jobs.

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