Thursday, October 30, 2014

No Stopping Barkerville Gold - BGM.v



Horror show continues as creditor installed management types can't be bothered to disclose what the monthly grease to keep the lights on actually is.

Amazing state of affairs but again, nothing new for the dipchit Venture. Loyal readers know well how Fire River Gold (FAU.V) traded for nearly a year whilst 1000% insolvent and creditor types attempted to offload worthless paper on the public.

Current incarnation is doomed, which is probably the singular reason J. Frank pretended to take a hike in the first place.


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The company reports, having recently received the written resignation of Frank Callaghan, that Norman Anderson, the company's current chairman, has been appointed the interim president and chief executive officer of the company. Mr. Callaghan remains a director of the company.

http://www.stockwatch.com/News/Item.aspx?bid=Z-C%3aBGM-2197237&symbol=BGM®ion=C
J. Frank luck has finally run out, vis-a-vis the multi-year horseshoe up his hoop as he fended off those intent on offloading his hideous arse.

Damage was done via Sprott debt long ago so cry not for "poor" J. Frank.
"Interim CEO Anderson made sure to diplomatically thank Mr. Callaghan today for his "many years of selfless hard work and care . . . ." His selfless hard work last year came with a $240,000 salary, plus $1.2-million in fees charged by his private companies for exploration, deferred development, loan interest and administrative expenses. His son Sean also received $68,000 as he learned the business."

Read more at http://www.stockhouse.com/companies/bullboard/v.bgm/barkerville-gold-mines-ltd#IJwsiExTToptZxCL.99
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Monday, October 27, 2014

TubbyWad Revisited - VFX.v

It seems Tubby's long running stupidity has run outta gas, in fact, this dopeshow has declined with every stupido utterance. It seems you can't fool all the sheeple all the Venture time. Go Figure.
It has gone on for too long. Tubby's spewing complete insulting horsechit pulled, no doubt, from ample and fully disgusting phat anus.

Yet another example where the regulator cannot put a stop to the obvious. I suppose we should be grateful TubbyWad isn't reporting his revenues by the minute as this PoS sewers.




Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Brett Matich revisited - CEV.v

It has been a while and what has our anti-hero of sickening proportion Mr. Brett Matich and his Hairless/Bumring tagteam of Venture value creation been up to?

For some unknowable reason (ahuck) Crap-X (CEV.V) sewered large and was all of $ .01 bid. Our massive value creationists did a 1 for 4 rollback and now the paper is bid $ .03. Aresome way to go boyos, butt we ain't done yet.
"The TSX Venture Exchange has accepted for filing Cap-Ex Iron Ore Ltd.'s proposal to issue 2.5 million shares to settle outstanding debt for $250,000. Creditors: one Insider: Sunrise Drilling Ltd. (Andrew Bowering, Graham Harris and Brett Matich) 2.5 million shares at 10 cents.

Whats this all about? Venture doggies will ACCRUE their salaries and gratuities when the money is gonzo (which never takes long) and then issue ultra rock bottom paper to themselves to settle the imaginary "debt". The gruesome threesome are screwing dumdums in preparation for the next promo for dopos at which point they will blow out this total chit for whatever they can get. Again.
So we keep saying tracking (and avoiding) career securities reprobates is never rocket science and proof of that lives through the textbook provided by the terrible threesome.



Monday, October 20, 2014

Stockton Banknotes Set Record At Bonhams

The Coins and Banknotes auction on August 31 in Los Angeles brought in $1.6 million in total sales with 97 percent of lots sold.

The newly discovered Stockton California National Banknote collection led the auction taking in $339,300.

Featured was a Series 1873 $10 Gold Banknote with serial number 1, a Condition Census example. It is particularly special as the extended margin at the top reveals it to be the first note printed on the sheet as well as the first note issued by the First National Gold Bank of Stockton California. Bonhams believes it is a record for this type of large size gold banknote ever at auction.
The gold banknote relates to the California Gold Rush of 1848. The issuance of these banknotes, as redeemable currency for gold coins, became necessary in order to facilitate the large quantities of gold coins in daily transactions where the handling and counting of coins became too time consuming for banks to operate efficiently.

Of the coins section in the auction, the $4 Flowing Hair and Coiled Hair "Stellas" fetched strong prices. As an attempt to accommodate international trade and travel for Americans to Europe, the $4 Stellas contained metallic content stated in the metric system and possessed an approximate value to the Spanish 20 peseta, Dutch 8 florin, Austrian 8 florin, Italian 20 lire and French 20 franc piece, among other denominations.

An 1879 Flowing Hair $4 Proof 62 PCGS sold for $117,000 and is the most available of the four known varieties of Stellas. Another 1879 $4 Flowing Hair Stella Proof 45 PCGS realized $72,540.




See ----->http://pennystockjournal.blogspot.ca/2014/08/rare-golden-coins.html
See ----->http://pennystockjournal.blogspot.ca/2014/04/california-gold-quartz-canes.html
See ----->http://pennystockjournal.blogspot.ca/2014/01/year-of-horse-gold-coins.html

Saturday, October 18, 2014

E-Mail from Robert Bruce Duncan - CCB.v

"Too funny coming from a registered sex offender. No one cares what you say ppppffffftttttt loser"

So a body REALLY has to wonder what is going through that man's grey material. He openly accuses others (many, many times) of criminal acts yet in the next breath is spewing grotesquely outrageous lies, presumably to inflame and bait people to the greatest degree possible.

Mr. Robert Bruce Duncan is proving conclusively he isn't that much of a man ... he is also proving conclusively he should not be running a dog chit collection business. It is this opinion Mr. Robert Bruce Duncan is suffering from a severe mental illness and needs help and right now.




Friday, October 17, 2014

Robert Bruce Duncan chits on BCSC daily - CCB.v

So our anti-hero of massive, back slapping proportion continues to post "ad naseum" on Stockhouse. Here's the latest CONFIRMED public spewing of Mr. Robert Bruce Duncan.
"WolverineTrader. The time has come for people to fully understand what is behind your posting behavior. As some of you are aware, Canada Carbon and myself have filed a number of criminal complaints with the Peel Regional Police in Ontario. Specifically, one of the complaints was filed against WolverineTrader.

Subsequent to the investigation which has been handed off now to a Criminal Cyber Unit, it will ultimately be decided by a Crown Counsel whether charges should be filed. I can confirm that Canada Carbon and its management has made it very clear that we will press charges.

In closing, no officers or directors of publicly traded companies or their family members should be the subject of criminal harassment and the uttering of the threats.

Bruce Duncan, CEO Canada Carbon Inc."

Read more at http://www.stockhouse.com/companies/bullboard/v.ccb/canada-carbon-inc#ffSOelptCWsoueaX.99
So not only is Mr. Duncan openly chitting on existing stakeholders through grotesquely flawed disclosure ... he CONTINUES to bait and threaten the public at every possible turn. Posting on SH is a very direct, very obvious securities offense. Why then does Mr. Duncan keep doing it every waking hour?
The very simple bottom line here is that Mr. Robert Bruce Duncan has been busted multiple times breaking securities laws and since he keeps doing it he must believe the rules simply don't apply to him at all.

That pretty well sums up the useless as fukkin hell BCSC and a body could probably march in with Mr. Duncan's affidavit and those useless fukkers would STILL be "good" for fuk all.

Regarding Mr. Duncan's stooopidity related to the many, many threats of criminal charges against the public? The man is appearing to be losing touch with reality, and the fact he spends every hour on SH makes that conclusion obvious. It's HIS conduct that is both improper and yes, illegal.


Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Antonino Joseph "Big Tuna" Accardo

Antonino Joseph Accardo (born Antonino Leonardo Accardo; April 28, 1906 – May 22, 1992), also known as "Joe Batters" or "Big Tuna", rose from small-time hoodlum to the position of boss of the Chicago Outfit in 1947.

In 1929, Capone was convicted of tax evasion and sent to prison for an 11-year sentence, and Frank "The Enforcer" Nitti became the new Outfit boss, after serving his own 18-month sentence for tax evasion.

By this time, Accardo had established a solid record of service and was a top earner for the organization, so Nitti let him establish his own crew. He was also named as the Outfit's head of enforcement.

Accardo soon developed a wide range of profitable rackets, including gambling, loansharking, bookmaking, extortion, and the distribution of untaxed alcohol and cigarettes.

As with all caporegimes, Accardo received 5% of the crew's earnings as a so-called, "street tax." Accardo in turn paid a tax to the family boss. If a crew member were to refuse to pay a street tax (or paid less than half of the amount owed), it often meant a death sentence.
After Nitti committed suicide in 1943, Paul "The Waiter" Ricca, who had been the de facto boss since Capone's imprisonment, became the boss and named Accardo as underboss.

Ricca and Accardo would run the Outfit either officially or as the powers behind the throne for the next 30 years, until Ricca's death in 1972.

By keeping a low profile and letting flashier figures such as Sam Giancana attract attention, Accardo and Ricca were able to run the Outfit much longer than Capone. Ricca once said, "Accardo had more brains for breakfast than Capone had in a lifetime."


In his later years, Accardo spent much of his time in Palm Springs, California, flying to Chicago to preside over Outfit "sit-downs" and mediate disputes.

Accardo's personal holdings included legal investments in commercial office buildings, retail centers, lumber farms, paper factories, hotels, car dealerships, trucking companies, newspaper companies, restaurants and travel agencies.
Accardo spent his last years in Barrington Hills, Illinois living with his daughter and son-in-law. On May 22, 1992, Anthony Accardo died of congestive heart failure at age 86.

Thursday, October 2, 2014

Infamous guns at Auction

Two guns once owned by Bonnie and Clyde sold for over half a million dollars. Clyde Barrow's 1911 Colt .45-caliber automatic sold for $240,000.

Bonnie Parker's .38-caliber Detective Special that she had taped to her thigh when she was killed in a hail of gunfire in 1934 sold for $264,000 to the same bidder.

An online bidder paid $130,000 for a .45-caliber Tommy gun and $80,000 for an 1897 12-gauge shotgun that were seized from one of the duo's hideouts in Missouri in 1933.

Lawmen seized the weapons on April 13, 1933 after a bloody raid on an apartment in Joplin where the Barrow Gang were holed up. Two lawmen were killed while the gang escaped.

Al Capone’s Colt .25 semi-automatic pistol sold for over $ 16,000 in 2012.

His Colt .38 revolver sold for over $100,000 at a Christie's 2011 auction in London.

John Dillinger's derringer, a miniature pistol that was found in the outlaw's sock when he was arrested in 1934 sold for $45,000.

The wooden gun Dillinger famously used to escape from the Crown Point, Indiana jail sold for $ 19,000.

A purse pistol Jesse James gave his wife, Zee, to commemorate the birth of their daughter sold for $20,000.

On October 5, 1892 five members of the Dalton Gang rode into the small town of Coffeyville, Kansas. After a failed bank robbery, the ensuing firefight killed four townspeople and four members of the Dalton Gang. $ 50,000.