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Things Geologists Do and Things Geologists Don’t Do

This morning, I was sent this link to a post dated January 21st on Ralph Rushtons blog, Urban Crows, called “Things Geologists Do”. It’s an amusing list of pithy observations and you’re likely to get a kick out of it if you’re in the business. However, there are things geologists do not do as well, such as run companies professionally. Considering the evidence below (and please note date, January 20th), this humble corner of cyberspace firmly believes that Ralph Rushton’s time would be better used running his company than his blog. 
Or perhaps he thinks the only way of running explorecos is the way Simon Twat Ridgway taught him.
TSX VENTURE: AAG

www.aftermathsilver.com

Mr. Ralph Rushton reports:
Vancouver, British Columbia–(Newsfile Corp. – January 20, 2020) – Aftermath Silver Ltd.
(TSXV: AAG) (OTCQB: AAGFF) (“Aftermath” or the “Company”) announces
that, as a result of a review by the British Columbia Securities
Commission (the “BCSC”), the Company is issuing the following news
release to clarify its disclosure.
On October 31, 2019, the Company filed the Amended and Restated
Independent Technical Report (the “SRK Report”) for the Cachinal
Silver-Gold Project, Region II, Chile, prepared by SRK Consulting
(Canada) Inc. (“SRK”).
The Company advises that the amended NI43-101 report is not compliant
with NI43-101 and as such, the resource estimates contained within it
should not be relied upon until they have been verified and supported by
a compliant NI 43-101 technical report.
The Company advises that SRK is preparing a revised report based on
the comments received from the BCSC, and the Company is fully
cooperating with the BCSC in clarifying its disclosure.
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