ID_finance Monday, 03/06/17 03:35:13 PM Re: Kmax post# 75520 Post # of 75976 That is a great find Kmax. Molen just being Molen yet again, and this time he includes his son. More smoke, mirrors and half-truths, just like always. But the good news is Molen can now travel to Alaska to see his son as a company expense, because he is a “customer”. It is funny that the business permit for AK Provisions Corporation is registered as “MOBILE FOOD SERVICES”. Google maps of any address listed are empty fields. But, all of Molens orders come from companies that have no address, just…General Delivery. That has been a constant for years, look up the address of the 50,000 tons per year client from years past…yup! empty field. I am still trying to figure out what Molen is doing when general expenses are over $20k per month, year in and year out. That is a lot for a company that has no physical address, no employees and per the balance sheet even lack a computer or even a typewriter. But it is good to see the stock price at or around a .01, it only took a couple of reverse splits to a total of 15,000 to 1 get there. AS always: GREAT JOB MOLEN!