j5mith Tuesday, 03/10/20 05:28:24 PM Re: Shaken Not Stirred post# 2362 Post # of 2382 Who knows? It's certainly interesting that it wasn't considered noteworthy enough to mention in the newsletter. It's also interesting that the newsletter doesn't say anything about David Sastry (who admitted that he is "not as engaged" with Freedom Motors as previously - make of that what you will), or anything about Naveen Madishetty (announced as the Freedom Motors Chief Advisor for Sustainability in India back in July, and then never referred to again), or the Memorandums of Understanding with Alturair and Stratus Environmental (announced December 2018 and then never referred to again). It's almost like they're making bogus announcements to fake credibility or something, although we know they would never, *ever* do that. In fact, the only mention that anything related to Moller International has gotten on the blog in almost two years was the delisting of the stock, and the fire at Paul Moller's ranch. You kind of get the impression that Moller is an embarrassment that they wish they could make disappear, as it drags down any remaining credibility that Freedom Motors has left. The continuing expression of interest in Moller International in the comments on the blog, despite the lack of mention of it in recent times, may be an element in why the commenting on the blog was disabled. Some of the fanboys on the Facebook page seem to have read the newsletter a little differently, stating that as a result of reading it, "they can see the light at the end of the tunnel". Too bad it's actually an oncoming train.