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Mining PRs and the Ottotrans™, Part 83

It’s time for another installment of our irregular series, with today’s another example of a classic genre in the world of highflying sophistry and bullshiteration we know (and my stars we love) as junior mining. We also get to feature and old IKN flame, South American Silver (SAC.to):

This is what they wrote:

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA–(Marketwired – Feb 27, 2014) – South American Silver Corp. (SOHAF)(SAC.TO)(TSX:SAC.B) (the “Company”) is pleased to announce that it will be changing its name to TriMetals Mining Inc.The Company believes that the new name, TriMetals Mining Inc., more accurately reflects the Company’s expanded focus in terms of both metals and jurisdictions, particularly following the expropriation of its Malku Khota silver-indium project in Bolivia in 2012 and the acquisition of High Desert Gold Corporation and its Gold Spring gold-silver project along the Nevada/Utah border in late 2013.The name change is expected to become effective in late March after the PDAC. The Company will continue to be listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange and, once the name change is completed, will trade under the new trading symbols “TMI” and “TMI.B”. The trading symbols on the US OTCQX are still pending and will be announced once they are known.According to Ralph Fitch, President and CEO of the Company, “Given that the Company is now focused on the exploration and development of gold and copper projects in the Americas, along with the international arbitration case against the Bolivian government, we feel that a new name and image is appropriate. We believe that this new name and image more accurately reflect the focus and activities of the Company.”The Company will be participating in the upcoming Toronto PDAC Conference from March 2-6. Visitors to the SASC Booth #3030 at the PDAC are encouraged to visit and discuss the Company’s activities with the SASC management who will be attending the Conference.About South American Silver Corp.:

And this is what it means:

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA–(Marketwired – Feb 27, 2014) – South American Silver Corp. (SOHAF)(SAC.TO)(TSX:SAC.B) (the “Company”) is pleased to announce that it will be changing its name to TriMetals Mining Inc.
The Company believes that the new name, TriMetals Mining Inc., more accurately reflects the Company’s attempts to hide its abject failures of previous years, particularly following the expropriation of its Malku Khota silver-indium project in Bolivia in 2012 and the Stone Soup acquisition of High Desert Gold Corporation and its Gold Spring gold-silver project along the Nevada/Utah border in late 2013.
The name change is expected to become effective in late March after the PDAC. The Company will continue to be listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange because the market authorities accept bribes and, once the name change is completed, will trade under the new trading symbols “TMI” and “TMI.B”. The trading symbols on the US OTCQX are still pending and will be announced once they are known.
According to Ralph Fitch, President and CEO of the Company, “Given that the Company is now trying to bullshit everyone with already-failed projects in North America as well as South America, along with the international arbitration case against the Bolivian government that we will ultimately lose and even if by some miracle we get something from Bolivia they’ll never pay, we feel that a new name and image is appropriate because we have fuck all else to do in this office apart from play around with designs for new logos. We believe that this new name and image more accurately reflect the focus and activities of the Company.”
The Company will be participating in the upcoming Toronto PDAC Conference from March 2-6. Visitors to the SASC Booth #3030 at the PDAC are encouraged to visit and laugh at the Company’s activities with the SASC management who will be attending the Conference.
About South American Silver Corp.:

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