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To: Postman who wrote (291841)11/12/2021 11:21:19 AM
From: cessnastreet
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VR.ca VRCFF... lithium breakout begins.... at least 4x from here... only $9 mill M/C..


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From: ralfph11/12/2021 1:06:07 PM
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IVN - :) :) :) running at year high

CS - lagging, which is odd considering what is in the pipe line

LBC - doing a swirly

WCU - now what do I make of this chart, WCU has the goods, I am not sure about the execution, chart hints of something going on.......kind of.


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To: ralfph who wrote (291844)11/12/2021 1:09:40 PM
From: ralfph
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VEG - hslatt! some happy folks who went long got a nice ride on this one today. Take that you shorters.


Just the Chart Image for Printing

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From: ralfph11/12/2021 1:13:44 PM
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NTE - I am still on board this one :) nice ride so far. Hoping for a wheel at minimum. Now is Boo still riding a few?

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To: ralfph who wrote (291846)11/12/2021 1:57:42 PM
From: WalterWhite
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IVN :))))) BHP i think comes in the next few weeks. Friedland needs to keep Chinese honest when stand still ends.

IVAN.WT :))))) Nice double in short order on RF's battery tech SPAC.

But my big battery tech play is GMG.v

B.v i keep hearing they think they are onto a very large system.
Is this VG in these pics? Niton XRF measurement spots... hmmm.
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To: WalterWhite who wrote (291847)11/12/2021 2:46:10 PM
From: ralfph
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Hmmmmmm - some of the shittiest crappy rock I have brought in for assays ran better than the stuff that looked great. One of the best looking core samples for copper I have ever seen ran zip - in that case the whole company was ecstatic - before the results came in.
All that said good looking core is much better than crappy looking core but the assays are what tell the tale.
Visible gold - seems to not count for much, raises expectations but more often than not under delivers.
That IS decent looking core - it will be interesting to read the assays.

Thanks for the link.

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To: ralfph who wrote (291848)11/12/2021 3:04:37 PM
From: WalterWhite
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B.v Why i guess no one is saying VG... i did, but i am no geo.

It is interesting core. I am happy the Sergei Diakov is running the program. He has discoveries and good reputation with majors. linkedin.com

Not the usual pedder st variety.

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To: WalterWhite who wrote (291849)11/12/2021 3:52:46 PM
From: ralfph
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not mentioning VG is a sign of good management following sound practices. Good for them.

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From: ralfph11/12/2021 4:10:28 PM
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CDC - remember all those mixed messages from the CDC? A small bit of that was because of science that was in flux and a larger issue was government interference.
Skip the link if you do not wish to fall down a rabbit hole OT subject. cnn.com

of interest is who bought and sold what stocks while they were manipulating the news and squashing the voices from science. I doubt we will pick up more than a tenth of that.

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From: ralfph11/12/2021 4:18:11 PM
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If you are wealthy enough to fly into space you are wealthy enough to own a plane with a parachute and choose not to fly in one not equipped with a parachute. This is not to make light of this crash but the tech exists and no light aircraft made any where in the world should be allowed to be built without the safety feature. cnn.com

Just saying if you are tired of riding on the bus and want your own aircraft - get one that floats to the ground, even when the wings fall off, the motor dies or the pilot has a jammer.

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