rickbrick Friday, 09/29/17 10:41:03 PM Re: jcog123 post# 38400 0 Post # of 39149 He's very intelligent and knows the limits he can push. I followed/listened/researched/bought a product they made and in the end there was nothing left but millions of sub penny shares/no activity/no product/no news/nothing. I called the company in Indiana across the street from the recycling company he bought and they said it was still in business but I couldn't ever get them to answer. I looked up the waste recycling business he bought (?) and it was really there. So, he knows how to get things going, get them on paper, get people to invest thousands of dollars, all the time selling shares as excited penny people continue buying. Then when the time is right, he just stops and goes to work on the next penny company to start. Kget isn't the first one, do a little DD and you'll find out more. He also had an interesting acting career. So even though we invest in a legit (?) company the odds are not in favor of it lasting.