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From: Joseph B. Schmidt4/13/2012 12:45:40 PM
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SueSue Share Friday, April 13, 2012 12:25:29 PM
Re: fourkids_9pets post# 176992 Post # of 177002

Look, I have been with this stock for over 2 years. He might be a genius but that doesn't mean he knows how to run a business. He has made many mistakes and a lot of people have dropped out of this stock for that exact reason. It's not some big secret.

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To: PaperProphet who wrote (22414)4/13/2012 12:50:38 PM
From: scion
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He has a choice; he can decide to change his attitude, then ask to be restored, or not.

It's worth noting that those posting on the dedicated JBII boards on SI seem to prefer to post childish attacks on other people (mainly on people who posting on this board), rather than discuss the travails of Bordynuik and JBII.

Small things amuse small minds.

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To: PaperProphet who wrote (22374)4/13/2012 1:00:58 PM
From: 1Coffeehound
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I can understand that you want to convince people that JBII is the real deal so badly to where you're willing to resort to being disingenuous but there's no point in following the lead of Rawnoc, Zardiw and Brig.

Larry, Curly, Moe and......Joe?

Be yourself and be honest.

Hmmmmm. Why did the word "oxymoron" pop into my head?

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From: Joseph B. Schmidt4/13/2012 1:03:02 PM
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dreaminbig Share Friday, April 13, 2012 12:58:15 PM
Re: Rawnoc post# 177008 Post # of 177014

Whenever they were selling PIPE's.

Maybe 3x according to the charts - but every time it's topping out lower and lower. otcmarkets.com

How many times have we had a MONSTER RALLY from this price point?

How many times have we gone fromn near $1.00 to 2.00+?

You can lead a horse to water....

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From: scion4/13/2012 1:11:34 PM
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ONTARIO SECURITIES COMMISSION STAFF NOTICE 15-703

GUIDELINES FOR STAFF DISCLOSURE OF INVESTIGATIONS

1. Purpose

The purpose of this Staff Notice is to inform the public of the guidelines used to determine whether investigations ought to be disclosed by OSC Staff.

2. Background

In the ordinary course, OSC Staff do not publicly disclose the existence of an investigation or details regarding an investigation. Some investigations may be compromised if disclosure is made before the Enforcement Branch has an opportunity to carry out its work. Confidentiality of the investigation minimizes this risk. In addition, confidentially minimizes potential harm to the reputations of those to whom the investigation relates if no proceedings are taken.

However, public confirmation of the existence or nature of an investigation will provide investors with information that may be useful in assessing the risks of certain investments. Such confirmation may also serve to foster confidence in the capital markets by affirming that enforcement action is being taken in relation to potential breaches of the Securities Act or conduct contrary to the public interest. Therefore, there are cases where the value in disclosing the existence of an investigation will outweigh any risks associated with disclosure.

[...]
osc.gov.on.ca

Ontario Securities Commission Investigations

What To Do When The Regulator Comes Knocking

Susan Friedman
Breakfast Seminar Series – March 28, 2012

davis.ca

OSC’s statutory powers of investigation:

• Subsection 11(1) – empowers OSC to conduct investigation for:

• (i) due administration of Ontario’s securities laws and regulation of Ontario’s capital markets, or

• (ii) to assist other jurisdictions such as the US Securities and Exchange Commission

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From: Joseph B. Schmidt4/13/2012 1:16:59 PM
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First time poster showing up. Those static IP addresses are great for creating mutliple aliases and there's no way of getting caught.


Koolmoto Share Friday, April 13, 2012 1:12:11 PM
Re: None Post # of 177021

From a volume spread analysis standpoint, this stock looks to have undergone significant accumulation at and below the $1.10 level. The fact that volume and price have been declining into this area of previous buying action (1/05/2012, 1/12/2012, 03/14/2012)... and the fact that volume is now extremely low... suggests to me and any other VSA expert that sellers have dried up and JBII is ready for mark up. I would not be surprised to see another rally very soon...

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To: scion who wrote (22419)4/13/2012 1:18:49 PM
From: scion
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Investigations under the Ontario Securities Act

Section 11 of the OSA equips the OSC with a powerful investigative tool. Under section 11, the OSC may order an investigation:

a) for the due administration of Ontario securities law or the regulation of the capital markets in Ontario; or

b) to assist in the due administration of the securities laws or the regulation of the capital markets in another jurisdiction.

Pursuant to a section 11 order, one or more persons may be appointed to conduct the investigation and the matter to be investigated must be set out.

Section 13 of the OSA provides the investigator(s) with broad powers in conducting their investigation including the power to compel testimony, enter business premises, and inspect and seize documents upon application to a judge.

A person or company compelled to testify may be represented by counsel, may claim any privilege to which the person or company is entitled, and any such testimony may not be admitted in evidence against the person from whom the testimony was obtained in a prosecution under the OSA or any other proceeding governed by the Provincial Offences Act.2


An Introduction to Securities Investigations in Ontario
www.groiaco.com/pdf/Securities_Investigations.pdf

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From: Joseph B. Schmidt4/13/2012 1:19:58 PM
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Who's ready?

To get sheared again?


Rawnoc Share Friday, April 13, 2012 1:13:24 PM
Re: dreaminbig post# 177014 Post # of 177023

I can think of 7 times right off the top of my head that we had a MASSIVE RALLY from the near $1.00 range to $2.00+

And that was before processor #2 was up, running, and cranking out fuel and selling it. The last time we hit $2.00 was in February after briefly touching almost .50 for a +300% gain.

Anybody think the massive volatility is over?

8 times a charm. Volume = PISS. MMs on level 2 ask = scarce. They are showing almost NOTHING for sale.

Who's ready?

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To: Joseph B. Schmidt who wrote (22422)4/13/2012 1:59:32 PM
From: Joseph B. Schmidt
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Who's with me?!

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To: scion who wrote (22408)4/13/2012 2:02:23 PM
From: scion
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I took your advice and called the company about Mrs Elsey. The person I spoke to said he didnt know her or anything about her.

Gooeyduck Friday, April 13, 2012 1:40:32 PM
Re: Generic post# 176984 Post # of 177033

I took your advice and called the company about Mrs Elsey. The person I spoke to said he didnt know her or anything about her. He made mention that she must not have been a significant person with the Expedite organization (prolly house keeping staff) and is in no way associated with JBII.

Maybe at this years AGM the locals will be able to give some background as to why she was terminated.

As Ive said before, none of the other former employee's have been listed in the company filings as being

TERMINATED WITH CAUSE

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