LongShot_Louie Tuesday, 07/28/20 11:31:36 AM Re: Book_Archer post# 32825 Post # of 32869 Hard to find winners in this scenario... Looks like "Scamapoloza" if you follow the paper.... 1) PAOG has 1.5 Billion in their AS of those 900 million+ are outstanding. 2) PURA has about 500 million shares outstanding. 3) PURA gives PAOG their "thriving" grow op and NCM. 4) PURA shareholders get a "1:1 dividend". 5) PAOG shareholders get a 50% dilution. AND the company's AS gets maxed out. 6) PURA gets "off-the hook" for the dividend promised shareholders. 7) NOVU gets nothing. Maybe I am missing something, but it looks to me like the only ones who stand a chance are PURA holders who grab their PAOG dividend and DUMP! Unfortunately, I suspect most of those folks are already down so much that even that strategy won't make up for their existing losses. Who doesn't love fresh shrimp?