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   Gold/Mining/EnergySpokane Resources V:SKN


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To: Sam Chong who wrote ()1/1/1999 4:00:00 PM
From: John Soileau
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The thread is dead, looks like the stock is dead too. Mac is history
and there's no news of anything else worthwhile in the pipeline.
Maybe we're about back to a shell. Ashes to ashes?
Anyone feel otherwise, let me know. Happy New year
john

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To: John Soileau who wrote (48)1/30/1999 3:53:00 PM
From: Texas77
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John,

Hold on my friend. SKN is not dead. Time is near. Nothing that I can verify yet. But keep your eyes and ears open.

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To: Texas77 who wrote (49)1/30/1999 3:57:00 PM
From: John Soileau
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Thanks Dave, I've got plenty of time, just want some action by the intrepid management every now and then!
I did speak to the new in-house geologist, seems to know his stuff
and is quite eager to get work done on the new projects.
John

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To: John Soileau who wrote (50)1/30/1999 4:01:00 PM
From: Texas77
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John, As best as I can tell - there are some very influential folks lining up behind SKN. If I can find out anything definite I will let you know.

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