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   Microcap & Penny StocksRocky Mountain Int'l (OTC:RMIL former OTC:OVIS)


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From: tonto6/3/2010 4:18:54 PM
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Some one should tell Dobry that his "cause" Lori Berenson is free...

onthecanvas.com

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From: tonto1/6/2012 6:22:34 PM
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Roland Breton continues to work the market...See Olympus thread

Moderated By: Riley G -- (Not Moderated) -- Started: 10/1/1997 5:23:00 PM Revision History

Olympus Ventures Inc. of Fort Lauderdale (OTC-BB:OVIS) is happy to announce a merger agreement with Rocky Mountain Crystal Water of Denver.
The merger gives Rocky Mountain International LTD (OVIS/RMCW) the ability to move from the OTC-BB to AMEX.

"With Rocky Mountain Crystal Water's existing business and future contracts this merger will be an exciting and profitable experience for all of us. Olympus Mills USA Inc. a wholly owned subsidiary of RMIL will now have the financial backing to continue its planned growth in the physical fitness market."

RMCW is a manufacturer of pure spring and premium artesian bottled drinking water and is merging with Olympus Ventures Inc. who is currently engaged in the garment industry. RMIL is focusing its direction on manufacturing, distribution and retailing bottled water and physical fitness products, which the company believes is one of the fastest growing areas in the commercial marketplace.
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CONTACT: Rocky Mountain International LTD.
Roland Breton, 954/565-9292
E-mail: ovisusa@aol.com

Web Page: olympusventures.com
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From: tonto12/9/2014 2:12:16 PM
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That's nice...always 100s of millions.

Roland Breton

Chief Operations Officer at Oser Funds Inc.

Miami/Fort Lauderdale AreaFinancial Services





Background

Summary

I have been an integral part of the south Florida real estate and business community for the past 30 years. My knowledge of investing, distressed properties, and turning around unfinished projects have helped me make decisions that have resulted in 100’s of millions of dollars for our funds, Investors and Companies.

Experience President / Chief Operations Officer Oser Funds Inc.January 2010 – Present (5 years)Fort Lauderdale Handling the day to day operations and managing the ...

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From: tonto12/9/2014 2:18:32 PM
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Still a great one by Pugs...

As of today, 3/7/98, RMIL shareholders have roughly 2MM shares in certificate form. The float is 2.17MM shares and RMIL shareholders have 3.3MM shares called for.
RMIL is merging with RMCW to make RMCW a publically traded co. in a reverse merger of a small publically traded company with a larger private company. The merger will be completed when RMIL recieves a$10MM cash infusion which RMCW has stated will be finalized by the end of March.
RMIL has completed its part of the 15c2-11's and MM's are doing their DD, when that is completed, the NASD will inform RMIL when it can trade again on the OTC BB.
In the interim, because of the large naked short position, the RMIL thread has been taken over by shareshakers who appear to be working on behalf of RMIL shortsellers. This is, after all, a non-trading BB stock . One shareshaker ,in particular, has declared that even though RMIL satisfied SEC demands with their 8K and a 10 day trading halt expired uneventfully, he was present on the RMIL thread to "punish" the co.. Of course the company he refers to is OVIS, which no longer exists, RMIL shareholders contend that this shareshaker, and the others in his 'group' are here to only shake shares on behalf of RMIL shortsellers.
Doing DD on the shareshakers in this group reveal that they have a history of posting on S.I. on threads with stocks which have a large short position or possible squeeze, they only post to slam the company, tank our investment and to shake shares for the large naked short position held by RMIL shortsellers.
They will slander and defame anyone who gets in their way. They will post ad nauseum on a thread for a non-trading BB stock, some of them have a history of posting under numerous monickers like MM's have been known to do, some will post anonymously with no EMail address, without the fear of retribution.
Shortsellers of RMIL have put out FRADULENT press releases about the company, they have hired employees , AND ADMITTED SO, to slam RMIL on the RMIL thread.
Now the gauntlet has been tossed, the shareshakers have posted their intent, they are here to "punish" us!!!
RMIL shareholders have taken out an insurance policy on their investment, We have DEMANDED OUR SHARESIN CERTIFICATE FORM!!! The only way to combat the abusive practice of ILLEGAL NAKED UNDECLARED SHORTING IS BY GETTING YOUR SHARES IN CERTIFICATE FORM!!!
This thread is intended for RMIL shareholders to have a forum to discuss their investment and the short squeeze without the relentless slamming and misinformation of RMIL shortsellers monopolizing the thread!!!
SOLIDARITY!!!!

Pugs

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To: tonto who wrote (55518)12/12/2014 1:51:56 AM
From: Jeffrey S. Mitchell
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3/7/98, wow. That has to be one of the first references to naked shorting ever, even before AZNT. Truly at the leading edge of "fradulent" companies. An obvious followup question is "whatever happened to you-know-who", but I really don't want to know.

- Jeff

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To: Jeffrey S. Mitchell who wrote (55519)12/12/2014 6:19:45 PM
From: tonto
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RMIL was cutting edge,,,

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To: tonto who wrote (55466)12/19/2018 8:50:36 PM
From: TideGlider
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Pugs lived in a van down near the river. I understand he is now moving to the Next Level.....

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To: TideGlider who wrote (55521)12/20/2018 12:36:18 PM
From: Graystone
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Pugs and Riley
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Gary always saw a bit too much in what was written here on SI. Been a long time TG. I mentioned Gary in a recent post. We expect to see our old foes and our old friends on the battlefields of today and we don't. I think it really was a rawer medium we worked with back then. The stuff we had was nebulous compared to the gravity and availability of the material today. Viral back then would have been claiming the top spot on the Hot Subjects list, you could even exploit alphabetics, what you named a subject could get it to the top of a page view.


Characters like Gary and Riley did a lot of damage to investors by shilling bad stocks on the early internet. Gary was the victim of his own faulty reasoning as well, he didn't just shill bad investments, I am sure he made them. So what are you referring to when you say "understand he is now moving to the Next Level"? Usually when you are older that means moving to the "assisted living" side of the building where the doors don't open unless you can enter the code.

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To: Graystone who wrote (55522)12/20/2018 12:54:08 PM
From: TideGlider
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He was reportedly very ill a year or so back. His x-wife had/has a gofundme account up in his name. Next Level is an alleged merger opportunity that he blamed me for ruining by visiting the site. Turned out to be a t-shirt sales guy in a single garage in an adult condo community. Pugs had claimed it was a billion dollar merger lol

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To: TideGlider who wrote (55523)12/20/2018 2:54:37 PM
From: Jeffrey S. Mitchell
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Oh, this: gofundme.com

I see he has recovered but lost a ton of weight, down into the 160s. Let's hope it was 'roid rage that he no longer has that caused his "issues". Recall he reported me (for sure Janice, and likely others) to every conceivable law enforcement body, and prompted AZNT and Business Wire to sue us. That, shall we say, was not a good life choice. One day he'll log back onto this board, recall how every electronic device he owned apparently became compromised (read his posts at the time and you'll see what I mean), and connect those dots-- i.e. that there are certain people's time you don't waste by bombarding them with spurious claims while pumping a penny stock. Had he had even a fraction of the stock he claimed to have in these companies, he'd likely have gone to prison. But, again, let's hope he has seen the light (pun intended) and returned a better person.

- Jeff

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