Sunday, October 31, 2010

Packers WHIP Jets, and shut up loud mouth Ryan


The Pack beat the Jets outright 9-0--Easiest money in the NFL this weekend. Never even had to sweat this game!!

Ryan was more concerned this week in telling Jet fans to beat up Packer fans at the Meadowlands.

Instead, the Pack beat up the Jets on the field!!!

And the Jets get exposed as the pretenders they are.

Subway Super Bowl?

Give me a break!!

In the meantime, I'll take the FREE MONEY!!!

And what will Rex with his inflated talking have to say now?

Probably just this!!


Anonymous said...


It is new in that it is not a public company, but it has a valuation nonetheless, as private placements are being done

This is my understanding thus far:

- Over the summer participants in the previous $5 private placement of MGOL shares were issued shares in Minatura International LLC (MINTL) as compensation for the delisting of their MGOL shares.

- Later it was decided that other shareholders who purchased MGOL shares on the open market would be compensated in MINTL shares according to the formula you described earlier:

You take the cost that you paid for your shares, and divide that by 1.5--and you convert your shares into the new company. Thus if you bought 1000 shares at 7.5, you would own 5000 shares at 1.5--of the new company, that has an implied value of 3

- Gil Bradshaw has assisted some MGOL shareholders (how many?) to convert their shares (Palmoni included?)

- There are other shareholders (how many?), who haven't been able to get anywhere with Gil or any other contact within Minatura.

Is this all correct?

Anonymous said...

if he converted shares that means the public should be able to also with MGOL...something doesn't sound right

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