Lawrence 147 Monday, 08/05/13 11:16:17 AM Re: Srchn41 post# 52 0 Post # of 114 The board is still up click on you name and go to your post. I decided to make it easy and brought you right to the board . Youare close to right but remember what I told you 1,000 shares is all that is registered with Nevada and those are the shares that count because they are the only ones that have had the tax paid on them. GO here http://nvsos.gov/sosentitysearch/CorpDetails.aspx?lx8nvq=fQnJ2UQUjSnUHAOSZJc1eQ%253d%253d And here http://nvsos.gov/sosentitysearch/CorpDetails.aspx?lx8nvq=QeV5YJsrjGxDwCHWzDnw6A%253d%253d&nt7=0 Neither one is promising to our cause . I just looked at the second one and it is a bit more promising as it appears to have been updated even though it is still in default and it shows many more shares registered , like 500,000,000 common and 1,000,000 preferred. The problem remains that everything expired March 31 13 The reason the company is in default is they have not paid the tax on the shares and they apparently updated some of the more important stuff but they are still in default other wise it would say current . Anyways those 1,000 shares hold all the beans ; even if they don’t the total capitalization of the company is $510,000.00 oops.