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Deborah Honig vs. Joanne Jobin vs. Bob Moriarty: It’s The Paid Pumper Sweepstakes

Which gets to zero first?

Your runners and riders are:

  • Joanne Jobin of IR.inc, the pumper paid to promote Chakana Copper (PERU.v) to the masses
  • Deborah Honig of Adelaide Capital, the pumper paid to promote Excellon Resources (EXN) (EXN.to) to the masses
  • Bob Moriarty of 321Gold, the pumper paid to promote Novo Resources (NVO.to) to the masses

Bob and Jo must be happy Brendan went to Deb, she’s making them look like winners. And that takes some doing.

PS: Do you know how to trigger a paid pumper? Mention she’s a paid pumper.

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    Deb is requesting that Gwen Preston be included in the next race with a Gibson Capital runner to give her some breathing room.

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    Funny that Sprott finds himself buying into these sketchy small miners like Excellon, Novo, Garibaldi. He’s he stupid, used as a prop or just a scammer himself ?

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      It’s not my job or inclination to defend ES, but of these he only took a bath on EXN. On NVO he was in dirt cheap, on GGI he made half charitable (tax and that), the other half was merged into success (suck cess).

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        I’ll add that ES’s strategy means he’ll back losers. Can’t say I agree with the depth and range of his DD, but it doesn’t take too many Kirkland Lakes to cover losses in the Moose Pasture plays.

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    I’m curious as to how you justify this Mark. Adelaide Capital works with over 30 issuers. We provide IR, social media management and risk management. How do YOU discern what we are doing for which clients? We don’t take cheques to promote companies (like you have in the past). We don’t abandon them either. We work with teams that we like and have confidence in. We do not jam our investors into challenged situations. We try to help the companies. What do you do?

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      I justify this by noting how you will take money from any old company and pump it. When they fail miserably and the people who fell for your immoral sequin throwing lose money, you point them to the forward looking statement and pretend your soul isn’t being eaten away by your dishonest way of making money. J7st because you have a self-centred vapid life intent on grabbing as much as possible from your fellows, don’t assume it’s the norm. Still curious?

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        Yep, interested in who these people I’m scamming are? Please have them email me at debora@adcap.ca so I can chat with them directly. That’s for the people I’m apparently scamming. Please never contact me yourself. I have higher standards than that.

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          Your opinion is once again different from those observing you.

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            I’m sure that’s a familiar and comforting feeling for you Mark. I remember when you used to be somewhat relevant. Too bad you lost that as we are heading into a massive bull market in commodities in the back half of this year. You could have finally made yourself and your subscribers some real money…

            You think this is Twitter, don’t you? Ah, bless.

    Deb is requesting that Gwen Preston be included in the next race with a Gibson Capital runner to give her some breathing room.

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    Excellon is a clown show from way back. From what I recall board of directors is full of no one with mining experience, only a bunch of slick lawyers. Remind me what Shakespeare said about first thing you do with a lawyer? Then these lawyers when they lose critical case in mexican court, these lawyers don’t look in mirror to figure out issue rather they criticize the mexicans, calling the court all kinds of names. Clown show.

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    It is what it is. Juniors need to raise money to prove themselves wrong or right, it comes down to whether people explain that risk. Lies are lies and the mills of Gods grind slow but fine. Raising capital is tough.

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    […] we inaugurated the race last week in the post “Deborah Honig vs. Joanne Jobin vs. Bob Moriarty: It’s The Paid Pumper Sweepstakes” things weren’t looking great for any of the competitors but now, a mere eight days […]

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