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


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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
or
Ages

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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To: Jeffrey S. Mitchell who wrote (55524)12/20/2018 3:58:26 PM
From: TideGlider
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Yes he and Riley reported me as well to every agency they could locate. What that did was cause a closer look at the pumpers stock plays and eventual Federal Court criminal remedies lol They truly engineered their own demise.

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To: TideGlider who wrote (55525)12/28/2018 11:37:47 PM
From: daffodil
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It's amazing to realize that it's been 20 years since the RMIL days. A New Years' treat to see the board light up again.

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To: tonto who wrote (55518)11/29/2020 3:30:37 PM
From: TideGlider
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So unfortunate that so many of the believers died after losing their money on these pump an dumps. Looks like these same solidarity types rigged the Presidential election this year. I hope we don't have anther RMIL New Years.

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To: The Duke of URLĀ© who wrote (55494)11/29/2020 3:41:28 PM
From: TideGlider
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ROFLMAO....

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To: TideGlider who wrote (55527)12/2/2020 10:40:56 AM
From: Graystone
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Galling
or
Gulling

I see the gullible are still with us and still gullible.
RMIL was a fraud, plain and simple, and some people still don't believe that.
It is hard to say what makes people swallow a certain hook, line and sinker all the way.
Once they have swallowed it though it can be a bitch getting it out again.
Facts don't register when someone has swallowed hook, line and sinker.
You can point out criminal convictions but they don't mean a thing to the gullible.
People can go into a court of law, hear the facts and still stick with the fraud.
People twist their minds in the most convoluted fashion to dismiss glaring problems.
They lack all critical thinking skills once they are hooked and think the fraud is real.
They will look at the results of dozens of lawsuits, determinations by dozens of judges, and dismiss them.
Rather than stop and think for even a second they will wander further and further from reality.
At some point they will reach place where no light of intelligence shines at all.
It is sad when it happens to someone you know, you wonder what went wrong in their head?
We are not talking little old ladies believing the fake call is from the IRS.
There is evil afoot and it is plain and simple, evil bringing lies and death to many, loss of trust to all.
And if you believe this evil is good then you are part of the problem, part of the evil, part of spreading evil.
Wake up, look at the big picture, criminality is criminality, bad is bad, evil is evil.

When we look for evil we can look in several ways.
One way is ideological ie You eat eels, eels have no scales, they are evil, you must be evil.
This is not really a good way to search for evil, eels may not have scales but that doesn't make them evil.
A better way to determine what is fraudulent or evil is to apply normal standards and see how that works.
Look at the everyday record, that is really a great help when looking for evil.
So if a person has a record of defrauding others they will likely continue to defraud in all new roles.
If a player has had to settle previous frauds by paying out money they have learned to profit from fraud.
Once a person has learned to profit from their fraudulent activity they never stop until they are cornered.
For some, lies and fraud become a way of thinking, a way of life, and still the investors invest their trust.
Why? Admitting to fraudulent activity then settling with authority simply allows more fraudulent activity.
If I open a school to teach critical thinking then I better not be selling religion.
Bankruptcies may be bad but they are not evil, fraud however is evil.
The record is clear, the evil is ongoing and there are many gullible who think the evil is good.
What is particularly galling is when the gullible should know better.
Tsk, tsk.

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