<blockquote><span style="font-size:90%">Quote:<hr/>Some of the "whales" have been invested in this company JBII since the begining. Go ahead and give Meyer the BILLIONAIRE a call, Im sure he'll verify it for you or anyone else who thinks they are intentional obfuscationers</span><hr/></blockquote> <br /> I am not saying the whales are the ones doing the obfuscating. I might not have been clear enough in my post around this paragraph" <br /> <br /> "As they investigate the company, maybe they develop a point of view that there is something to the technology but is run by an inexperienced public executive who has made a number of fundamental mistakes. You and I may see it as intentional obfuscation to deceive, but to these "whales" they see a bumbling technician failing in a CEO role that they have likely seen many times before." <br /> <br /> My point was there are two polar opposite interpretations of JB's actions as CEO. One side see his fundamental mistakes as nothing more than a well-meaning technologist who was inexperienced and suffered from "irrational exuberance" and the other side believes it was intentional obfuscation. I am simplifying obviously, but I am just making the point there are two very different views. And I was saying the whales fall into the first camp.