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SecretMillionaire   Monday, 11/26/18 08:51:59 PM
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Do Vulcans Drink Vodka?

There is another interesting shell, Spock, that has as float a tight as this one, and only 4M shares outstanding. The float isn't reported, but I can tell it's very tight. The OS is surely good. But I can't tell you about it yet because it's soooo hard to get shares. Like here. You are very good at finding information, so I'm going to give you very limited information. Hopefully, you can't find away to find it based on this info. And I hope I didn't underestimate you and gave you too much info. I don't think I could find it with this limited information. I came to it by a different pathway.

There is someone behind it that is very, very close to a person involved with TOGL. And by extension, it would be a very hard for me to believe that Edwards and this person never crossed paths.

This company is a distillery. A small one, like an individual making vodka in his basement. Yet, he is truly legit. I can't make the case for an IPO, but who can say no to a capital raise? He does need capital. What I'm certain about is that he has a true passion for his vodka and gin. But I always picture him as someone that would be on shark tank and getting turned down by all the sharks. He has a weird niche. I can't see the sharks being enthusiastic about it, not to mention the fact that this is such a highly saturated industry.

I don't drink much, but I do have a lot of liquor. I think for the year 2018, I had 3 glasses of red wine. And, I do believe that's all I can think of. I love the bottles of liquor though. They are art to me. Not empty bottles. Like, functional bottles, filled with what the label claims it to be, ready for consumption. I like to offer, but I go with the illusion myself: Perrier in a rocks glass with a lime. The placebo.

This founder speaks so passionately about his taste for gin and the perfect concoction he has made. But, they all do. There is a distillery here in West Houston with Vodka sourced from an Asian Persian recipe. Yet, TITOS outsells it 50 to 1 or more. An Austin vodka, and I just don't understand. Branding is powerful, that's all I know. My palate is not sophisticated enough to know the difference between any of them. I just know the difference between gin and vodka. And I don't like gin. But I do love stocks with low floats and pretty bottles!

It has no message board on I-hub. I've only been able to get 500 shares over the course of a month or so. All at $1.00. I have 2,000 share buy on the bid, currently at around 25 cents. The spreads are huge, like here. The shell has not changed its name yet. Not sure if it will. There is a letter of intent to purchase this distillery for almost 2.5 million shares. Sound familiar?

It actually reports, so I do have transparency. An advantage to here.

I don't want you competing with me for shares. But once I have my fill, I'll fill you in. ;) Do Vulcans even drink vodka? I get so many different opinions on that, I don't know who to believe. LOL

This shell's state goals over the next 12 months includes closing on the purchase, secure funds, product development, facility, equipment, marketing, hiring, etc. I like being there for step 1. I want 25 cents before step 2.

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