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     Greenfield Farms Food, Inc. 


From Pizza to Insurance Syndication to

Quality Mufflers Perhaps Back to Pizza


WEST PALM BEACH, FL -- July 24, 2017 -- InvestorsHub NewsWire -- Greenfield Farms Food, Inc. ("GRAS" or the "Company") (OTCPink: GRAS)

announced completion of an asset purchase agreement - not a merger - of Cherry Hill Financial LLC. In the transaction, GRAS acquired 100% of Cherry Hill's

membership interest  and the agreement called for GRAS to divest itself of its then existing operations and restructure its debt. It was that obligation and not the

underlying asset purchase that was delayed.

After negotiations over the weekend, management of GRAS is pleased to announce

that the divestiture and restructuring of debt is now completed.
GRAS looks forward to profitable operations in the

insurance syndication space, as originally contemplated. We apologize for any confusion occasioned by the press release of July 21, 2017


West Palm Beach, FL -- December 05, 2017 -- InvestorsHub NewsWire

The Company has not divested Carmela's Pizzeria Co, Inc. ("Carmela's") and is still

operating Carmela's as  our wholly owned subsidiary.  Furthermore, 

there has been no restructuring of debt 

as originally contemplated." Heineman




NOHO Serves Demand Letter to Greenfield Farms Food, Inc. for Breach

and Liquidated Damages


PHOENIX, Dec. 11, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- NOHO, Inc. (OTC

PINK:DRNK), a Wyoming corporation (the "Company"), announced

that it has served a demand letter ("Demand") to Greenfield Farms

Food, Inc. ("GRAS") (OTC:GRAS), serving its CEO, Ron Heineman,

notifying GRAS of its alleged intentional breach of the Asset

Purchase Agreement dated June 7, 2017. See below.

Pursuant to the Asset Purchase Agreement ("APA"), NOHO's wholly

owned subsidiary, Cherry Hill Financial, LLC, acquired 49% newly issued

common shares of GRAS, as well as, indefinite proxy over 1,000 Series

D Preferred Shares giving NOHO voting control over GRAS ("Proxy

Shares"). NOHO wants to point out that the Proxy Shares are owned by

Ronald Heineman who personally signed the Asset Purchase Agreement

and tendered the Proxy Shares to NOHO. Thus, the subsequent 8-K filed

with the Securities and Exchange Commission on December 1, 2017,

was materially misleading because that action was not authorized by


On December 7, 2017, the Company sent a Demand Letter to Mr.

Heineman and the announced acquisition partner, Ngen Technologies

USA Corp. ("Ngen") that the disclosed transaction was in violation of the

Asset Purchase Agreement, and in violation of the 1934 Exchange Act as

the unauthorized acquisition was intentionally and materially leading. The

Company's position is that Heineman's course of conduct was purposeful

and deliberate, subjecting the Board of Directors and shareholders

involved to potential personal liability.

In response to GRAS' action, NOHO, Inc. CEO, David Mersky, said, "We

were taken by surprise at GRAS' announcement and the Company is

taking all appropriate actions to insure that the Ngen transaction will not

take place. The shares owned by NOHO are a significant asset to the

company and our shareholders and we will enforce our rights to the

fullest extent of the law." Since the closing was completed on June 7,

2017, NOHO has carried the securities on its Balance Sheet and now

must reserve the shares until disposition of this matter.

Update on DRNK

While the company has not issued press releases over the last few

months, CEO, David Mersky, indicated, "I am aware that the lack of

communication with our shareholders has been a genuine cause for

concern. I'd like to take this opportunity to advise our shareholders and

the public that operations for NOHO are very active. I am engaged in

positioning NOHO for the future and want to assure our shareholders that

we are looking forward to providing updates on this process as they


Mr. Mersky further provided, "It has been a lengthy process, but I'd like to

remind everyone that I took over NOHO by accepting 54 billion shares,

conveying 90% of the common stock at that time. Shortly thereafter,

between converting all of my common stock to preferred and then

cancelling that class entirely, we reduced the amount of shares to

approximately 6 billion, before the conversion of pre-existing notes.

Today, the current shares outstanding is approximately 9.2 billion, which

was achieved without effecting as reverse-split, as promised. The 25

billion authorized but unissued shares must remain temporarily as a

reserve for the remainder of the convertible notes. Management believes

these notes will not be converted and will be handled in another manner.

However, if in the restructuring process, the company incorporates a

plan, which contemplates a reverse-split, I am announcing today that the

decision will be put to the shareholders for vote and I will abstain from

using the controlling preferred class B shares in that event."

Sibannac, Inc. (OTC:SNNC)

In an effort to once again clarify the operations of SNNC, the proposed

name change to IMBUTEK has no effect on the assets or interests of

NOHO. No assets of NOHO were conveyed in the merger transaction

whatsoever and no assets were moved off of NOHO's Balance Sheet.

Mr. Mersky continued, "While SNNC's business model has allowed us to

move forward and raise capital, I am committed to moving NOHO forward

into the future together and believe that our success will continue to help

restructure the company. However, despite the total independence of the

companies at this time, I look forward to announcing a plan of operation

that will benefit both companies as we move into 2018. Sometimes it is

necessary to work quietly while this process takes place."

For additional information on NOHO please visit and

at, as well as at

Cautionary Note Regarding Forward-Looking Statements.

This press release contains statements that constitute forward-looking

statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of

1933, as amended, and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of

1934, as amended. These statements appear in a number of places in

this release and include all statements that are not statements of

historical fact regarding the intent, belief or current expectations of the

Noho, Inc. (the "Company"), its directors or its officers with respect to,

among other things: (i) financing plans; (ii) trends affecting its financial

condition or results of operations; (iii) growth strategy and operating

strategy. The words "may," "would," "will," "expect," "estimate," "can,"

"believe," "potential" and similar expressions and variations thereof are

intended to identify forward-looking statements. Investors are cautioned

that any such forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future

performance and involve risks and uncertainties, many of which are

beyond the Company's ability to control, and actual results may differ

materially from those projected in the forward looking statements as a

result of various factors. You should not place undue reliance on forward-

looking statements since they involve known and unknown risks,

uncertainties and other factors, which are, in some cases, beyond the

Company's control and which could, and likely will, materially affect

actual results, levels of activity, performance or achievements. The

Company assumes no obligation to publicly update or revise these

forward-looking statements for any reason, or to update the reasons

actual results could differ materially from those anticipated in these

forward-looking statements, even if new information becomes available in

the future. Important factors that could cause actual results to differ

materially from the company's expectations include, but are not limited to,

those factors that are disclosed under the heading "Risk Factors" and

elsewhere in documents filed by the company from time to time with the

United States Securities and Exchange Commission and other regulatory


The following is the entire contents of the letter as mentioned in the first

paragraph of this release:

 2907 Shelter Island Drive, Suite 105 • San Diego, CA 92106 • 619.300.6971.

December 6, 2017 

Mr. Clifford M. Rhee 

Mr. Ronald Heineman 

Greenfield Farms Food, Inc. 

118 West 5th Street 

Covington, KY 41011 


Re: Demand for Issuance of Common Stock and Liquidated Damages for Breach. 

Dear Mssrs. Rhee and Heineman: 

As you are aware, this firm represents NOHO, Inc. and its subsidiary,

Cherry Hill, Inc. (collectively hereinafter referred to as the “Company

and/or NOHO”). We are writing to convey to you our demands as current

bona-fide shareholders of Greenfield Farms Food, Inc. (“GRAS”). GRAS

is in default of its obligations to the Company pursuant to the asset

purchase agreement executed on June 7, 2017 (hereinafter referred to

as the “APA”), and, on that basis, we demand: (i) the immediate issuance

of 49% of the Issued and Outstanding Common Stock of GRAS as of the

Closing Date of the APA; and (ii) Assignment of the majority shareholder

proxy (“Majority Proxy”) as agreed pursuant to Section 6.4(c) of the APA,

assigned to David Mersky; and (iii) Retraction of the Press Release and

8-K filed on December 1, 2017 as it was not authorized by the majority

shareholder; and (iv) Class D Preferred Stock is null and void pursuant to

Section 13 and Section of the Exchange Act; and payment of

$2,000,000.00; (and (v) waiver and release from all potential claims

arising from your gross negligence and multiple regulatory violations as

defined below (collectively referred to hereinafter as the “Demand”). 

Based on a review of the facts, neither Heineman nor Rhee has the

authorization from the majority shareholders of GRAS to take any of the

corporate actions memorialized in the 8-K filed on December 1, 2017.

Failure to comply with our Demand, will force us to exhaust all available

remedies, both in law and in equity, as recourse for your refusal. To be

clear, the extent of the recourse available to the Company include, but

are not limited to: (i) filing a complaint with the Securities and Exchange

Commission (the “SEC”) and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority

(“FINRA”); and (ii) filing a lawsuit against GRAS for contractual and

punitive damages, as well as attorneys’ fees, govern yourselves


The following is a brief summary of the basis for the Demand. 

a. Violation of Federal Securities Laws 

i. Violation of FINRA Ban and Section 15 of the Exchange Act 

Subsequent the Closing of the APA on June 7, 2017, Mr. Heineman

ceased having any legal right to negotiate, take part in, and/or sign any

future agreement, but did so in the Letter of Intent (“LOI”) between GRAS

and Ngen Technologies USA Corp. dated November 28, 2017.

Heineman’s actions amount to gross recklessness and disregard for any

regulations or regulatory authority. 

As you are aware, the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (the “Exchange

Act”) makes it unlawful for any person who is not registered as a broker

and/or dealer with the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”)

to effectuate, induce or attempt to induce the purchase or sale of any

security. Section 15(a) of the Exchange Act provides: 

“It shall be unlawful for any broker or dealer which is either a person

other than a natural person or a natural person not associated with a

broker or dealer which is a person other than a natural person (other than

such a broker or dealer whose business is exclusively intrastate and who

does not make use of any facility of a national securities exchange) to

make use of the mails or any means or instrumentality of interstate

commerce to effect any transactions in, or to induce or attempt to induce

the purchase or sale of, any security (other than an exempted security or

commercial paper, bankers' acceptances, or commercial bills) unless

such broker or dealer is registered in accordance with subsection (b) of

this section” (emphasis added). 

The penalty for willfully violating the Exchange Act, for which you are

clearly culpable, is severe and can result in: (i) a fine of up to Five Million

Dollars ($5,000,000); and (ii) imprisonment for up to Twenty Years (20

years) in a Federal penitentiary. Section 32(a) of the Exchange Act

provides the following: 

“Willful violations; false and misleading statements 

Any person who willfully violates any provision of this title (other than

section 30A), or any rule or regulation thereunder the violation of which is

made unlawful or the observance of which is required under the terms of

this title, or any person who willfully and knowingly makes, or causes to

be made, any statement in any application, report, or document required

to be filed under this title or any rule or regulation thereunder or any

undertaking contained in a registration statement as provided in

subsection (d) of section 15, or by any self-regulatory organization in

connection with an application for membership or participation therein or

to become associated with a member thereof, which statement was false

or misleading with respect to any material fact, shall upon conviction be

fined not more than $5,000,000, or imprisoned not more than 20 years, or

both, except that when such person is a person other than a natural

person, a fine not exceeding $25,000,000 may be imposed; but no

person shall be subject to imprisonment under this section for the

violation of any rule or regulation if he proves that he had no knowledge

of such rule or regulation.” See section 32(a) of the Securities Exchange

Act of 1934. 

Given the significant sanctions that can be levied upon you both for

making false statements in the 8-K filed on December 1, 2017. We will be

forced to file a complaint with the SEC and FINRA if you do not comply,

and you will be personally liable for the derivative shareholder lawsuit we

are preparing to file. 

A. Violation under Rule 13e-3 

SEC Rule 13e-31 prohibits issuers subject to the registration or reporting

provisions of the Exchange Act from taking certain actions without

making certain filings with the SEC and disseminating extensive

information to the issuer’s stockholders. You both failed to file the

Preliminary and Definitive 14C with the SEC and therefore any actions

filed on the Form 8-K are null and void by operation of law. 

1. Transactions to Which the Rule Applies 

SEC Rule 13e-3 governs several transactions by an issuer or between an

issuer and one or more of its affiliates (i.e., any person directly

controlling, controlled by, or under common control with the issuer) that

are intended to or may reasonably be expected to result in one or more

of the following: (A) causing any class of equity securities of the issuer

which is subject to 12(g) or section 15(d) of the Exchange Act to be held

of record by less than 300 persons; or (B) causing any class of equity

securities of the issuer which is either listed on a national securities

exchange or authorized to be quoted in an inter-dealer quotation system

of a registered national securities association to be neither listed on any

national securities exchange nor authorized to be quoted on an inter-

dealer quotation system of any registered national securities association.

The rule applies to transactions which involve the purchase of any equity

security by its issuer or by an affiliate of the issuer; a tender offer for an

equity security by its issuer or by an affiliate of the issuer; a proxy or

consent solicitation or distribution of information statements pursuant to

Exchange Act Regulations 14A or 14C with respect to a merger,

consolidation, reclassification, recapitalization, reorganization, sale of

assets, or similar types of transactions between an issuer (or its

subsidiaries) and any of its affiliates; and reverse stock splits involving

the purchase of fractional interests. The gross recklessness of Mr.

Heineman will undoubtedly allow the rightful shareholders of GRAS to

pierce the corporate veil and sue any and all standing directors


Mr. Heineman also committed violations of Sections 17(a)(2) and 17(a)(3)

of the Securities Act. In the offer or sale of securities, Section 17(a)(2)

makes it unlawful “to obtain money or property by means of any untrue

statement of a material fact or any omission to state a material fact

necessary in order to make the statements made, in light of the

circumstances under which they were made, not misleading;” and

Section 17(a)(3) proscribes “any transaction, practice, or course of

business which operates or would operate as a fraud or deceit upon the

purchaser.” Violations of Section 17(a)(2) and 17(a)(3) may be

established by a showing of negligence. Aaron v. SEC, 446 U.S. 680,

697 (1980); SEC v. Glt. Dain Rauscher, Inc., 254 F.3d 852, 856 (9th Cir. 2001). 

B. Rule 10b-5 Anti-Fraud 

SEC Rule 10b-5 requires full and accurate disclosure of all material facts

regarding the transaction and any corporation must carefully abide by the

requirements of this rule at all times when effectuating any transaction

involving the sale of securities. 

Rule 10b-5 is the principal anti-fraud provision in the federal securities

laws. Rule 10b-5 provides: 

“shall be unlawful for any person, directly or indirectly, by the use of any

means or instrumentality of interstate commerce, or of the mails or of any

facility of any national securities exchange, 

a. To employ any device, scheme, or artifice to defraud, 

b. To make any untrue statement of a material fact or to omit to state a

material fact necessary in order to make the statements made, in the light

of the circumstances under which they were made, not misleading, or 

c. To engage in any act, practice, or course of business which operates

or would operate as a fraud or deceit upon any person, in connection with

the purchase or sale of any security.” 

To prove securities fraud under Rule 10b-5, a plaintiff must establish the

following: (1) material misrepresentation or omission by the defendant;

(2) intent to defraud or recklessness; (3) a connection between the

misrepresentation or omission and the purchase or sale of a security; (4)

reliance upon the misrepresentation or omission (transaction causation);

(5) economic loss; and (6) loss causation. In this case, you both have

clearly committed fraud because: (i) GRAS made a material

misrepresentation as to the status of the APA; and (ii) you both had the

intent to defraud because you decided to ignore the Asset Purchase

Agreement which Heineman executed and then filed an 8-K announcing

an unauthorized LOI Between GRAS and Ngen; (iii) the

misrepresentation by Heineman was made as an inducement for the

Ngen to purchase the securities of GRAS; (iv) the Company relied upon

the misrepresentation from GRAS as inducement to enter into the Merger

transaction; (v) the Company suffered substantial economic loss in the

form of loss of investment capital needed for operations, enhanced

regulatory and accounting costs, loss of goodwill, equity dilution, declines

in share price, and the loss of good will as a result of GRAS’s fraud; and

(vi) these losses are attributable to the fraudulent actions of you both. 

The penalty for willfully violating the Securities Act, for which you are

clearly culpable, is severe and can result in: (i) a fine; and (ii)

imprisonment for up to Twenty Five Years (25 years) in a Federal

penitentiary. 18 USC § 1346(2) of the Securities Act of 1933 (the

“Securities Act”) provides the following: 

“Whoever knowingly executes, or attempts to execute, a scheme or

artifice … 

(2) to obtain, by means of false or fraudulent pretenses, representations,

or promises, any money or property in connection with the purchase or

sale of any commodity for future delivery, or any option on a commodity

for future delivery, or any security of an issuer with a class of securities

registered under section 12 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (15

U.S.C. 78l) or that is required to file reports under section 15(d) of the

Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (15 U.S.C. 78o (d)); 

shall be fined under this title, or imprisoned not more than 25 years, or

both” (emphasis added). See 18 USC § 1346(2). 

Given the significant sanctions that can be levied upon you and GRAS, it

is advisable that you comply with the Demand or we will be forced to file

a complaint with the SEC and FINRA. If you do not comply, you will be at

risk of potential imprisonment and the imposition of monetary sanctions. 

Our complaint against you will charge you with failing to disclose material

facts to all shareholders and intentional misrepresentation, and failing to

maintain physical possession or control of securities. We will seek

appropriate injunctive relief, damages, costs and possible attorneys’ fees,

together with any and all possible available remedies, such causes of

action will include the violations discussed above, but may also include: 

1. Violations of the Sherman Act, 15 U.S.C. § 1 - Conspiracy to Restrain

Trade – We believe that you have engaged in concerted action with

others and that this concerted action produced anticompetitive effects

with respect to NOHO’s stock and geographic markets; and 

2. Unjust Enrichment – We will allege that you were enriched by your

illegal practices and that our client suffered in the amount that you

profited from the shares you naked shorted and that there was no

justification for this conduct; and 

3. Conversion – our client had a property interest in its own stock and the

right to issue stock, further our client had a right to possession of the

shares of its own stock that you illegally sold. Accordingly, our client

suffered damages as a result of your illegal conversion; and 

4. Deceptive Trade Practices – we will be able to prove that, in the course

of your business you passed off our client’s stock as your own, caused a

likelihood of confusion or of misunderstanding as to the source,

sponsorship, approval, or certification of the goods, caused a likelihood of

confusion or of misunderstanding as to filiation, connection, association

with, or certification by our client, used deceptive representations or

designations of geographic origin in connection with goods, represented

that goods had the sponsorship and/or approval of our client, and that

you had quantities of our client’s stock that you did not have, that you

advertised goods with intent not to sell them as advertised, that you

advertised goods with intent not to supply reasonably expectable public

demand and that this willful conduct created a likelihood of confusion

and/or misunderstanding; and 

5. Civil Conspiracy – a confederation or combination of two or more

persons and or entities, including you engaged in the unlawful acts

described in the preceding paragraphs, this conduct was done in

furtherance of a conspiracy to harm our client in the ways described in

the preceding paragraphs, and with the goal of driving down our client’s

stock price so that the you and your conspirators would profit through

selling. Our client suffered actual damage as a result of the conspiracy;


6. Negligence – at all relevant times, you breached the duty of care you

owed to the company, individual shareholders and the public to employ

reasonable means and practices to ensure that trade transactions

conducted on their own behalf or on behalf of third parties were not

conducted for the purpose of, or which it is reasonable to foresee may or

will have had the result of, improperly, deceptively, or fraudulently

manipulating the market price of our client’s stock or presenting false or

misleading information concerning the price, actual trading activity and/or

trading and/or failures to deliver securities. All representation you have

made regarding our client’s stock were made intentionally and/or

negligently and were materially false and misleading; and 

7. Fraud – you knowingly defrauded the Company, the shareholders and

the public by manipulating the price of the shares in the marketplace

through the practice of illegally selling the shares without consent; and 

8. Civil RICO 18 U.S.C § 1962 – we believe that you have acted with

others as an enterprise engaged in and whose activities were fraudulent

and otherwise illegal and otherwise effecting interstate commerce. During

the course of the underlying transaction, you and others devised a

scheme and artifice to defraud and mislead the public through illegal

stock market manipulation. The sole purpose of this enterprise was to

create illegally obtained profits. At all times, you knew your conduct was

illegal and in connection with this conduct utilized interstate commerce,

the internet and interstate phone services. Under this statute, we would

be able to recover triple damages in addition to attorney’s fees. 

Our claims against you also involve conversion or misuse of customer

funds, misuse of customer securities, as well as failure to maintain

possession or control of fully paid securities. We believe and can prove

that you have misused customers’ fully-paid securities by selling shares

without the customer’s knowledge. 

Based on our research we believe your potential exposure to damages

could easily be upward of $10,000,000.00, not including attorney’s fees

and likely punitive damages. 

Please feel free to contact me by e-mail at or

by telephone at (619) 300-6971 in case you have any additional

questions or comments regarding this matter. We look forward to hearing

from you and resolving this matter amicably and expeditiously. 


Luke C. Zouvas, Esq.

Investor/Media Contact: 

Source: NOHO, Inc.
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GRAS News: Greenfield Farms Food Inc Updates Shareholders on Corporate Activity 12/05/2017 09:15:00 AM
GRAS News: Current Report Filing (8-k) 12/01/2017 04:55:32 PM
GRAS News: Current Report Filing (8-k) 11/22/2017 11:13:17 AM
#28566  Sticky Note Simply put, the 10K would have shown that otcsource 12/08/17 03:24:00 PM
#28563  Sticky Note $GRAS..2017 NOW..NOW.. MOST RECENT FILING IMPORTANT DETAILS -->> SPARK 12/08/17 03:16:13 PM
#28217  Sticky Note Another user posted this and I feel it Green_gold 12/05/17 06:38:14 PM
#27282  Sticky Note GREENFIELD FARMS FOOD CLARFIES PRESS RELEASE DATED JULY ~Nautical~ 09/21/17 07:19:53 PM
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#28958   $GRAS ...Jan 08 only a few weeks to SPARK 12/12/17 10:44:55 PM
#28957   Was the agreements in 8K between Cherry Hill stju1979 12/12/17 10:38:06 PM
#28956   Some want to get cheap shares or others stju1979 12/12/17 10:35:26 PM
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#28953   Cherry Hill Financial, LLC, acquired 49% newly issued StocksGonnaRun 12/12/17 09:17:13 PM
#28951   Responding to the Transaction of the Merger StocksGonnaRun 12/12/17 08:56:54 PM
#28950   $GRAS...MERGING company in 2009 achieved $59.8 million in SPARK 12/12/17 08:40:29 PM
#28949   Did you ever wonder why some try so tundra1 12/12/17 08:40:25 PM
#28948   Securities fraud under Rule 10b-5, a plaintiff must StocksGonnaRun 12/12/17 07:50:31 PM
#28947   The SEVERITY OF THE LETTER is Scary for StocksGonnaRun 12/12/17 07:29:49 PM
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#28944   It's ok. I understand you want to buy stju1979 12/12/17 05:31:02 PM
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#28942   So your order ahead of me? stju1979 12/12/17 05:14:20 PM
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#28940   If ton are selling at .0001, why my stju1979 12/12/17 04:34:31 PM
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#28930   Exactly. otcsource 12/12/17 03:38:30 PM
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#28920   Based on a review of the facts, neither C.G.B Spender 12/12/17 12:46:31 PM
#28919   $GRAS..2017 MOST RECENT FILING IMPORTANT DETAILS -->> SPARK 12/12/17 12:39:29 PM
#28918   It's clearly selling at 0001 (Look at the C.G.B Spender 12/12/17 12:18:37 PM
#28917   If there is selling @.0001, why MMs are stju1979 12/12/17 12:13:41 PM
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#28915   The bid does not reflect the minorities opinion tundra1 12/12/17 11:58:36 AM
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#28911   I am holding and adding more.I would be stju1979 12/12/17 11:14:31 AM
#28910   I see some bought into the trash, and tundra1 12/12/17 11:12:26 AM
#28909   Anyone got @ .0001. Cause I want 20M stju1979 12/12/17 10:32:33 AM
#28908   The TickerINTROnMOD will not ATTRACT Big Playas here.eom ~MulaGreen~ 12/12/17 10:26:39 AM