The OSC has weaved its magic with the movers and shakers at Agoracom and the results have been 100% predictable, except for the salacious and as yet unresolved part about spying on their users private messages.
For a far more detailed description of events check out: "The Paid Touts" on the Penny Stock Journal.
The braintrust at Fire River Gold might be finally starting to question the relationship with Agoracom, and if they aren't they definitely should as they have Agoracom to thank for making that relationship all too common knowledge.
|"AGORACOM would like to thank the following for their unwavering support over the last 7 months:|
•Harry Barr, Spiros Cacos and the entire International Metals Group including, Fire River Gold, Pacific Northwest Capital, El Nino Ventures and Next Gen Metals."
Meanwhile, back at the ranch, it has been made very clear that Mr. Barr's Pacific Northwest Capital (PFN.t) isn't such a stalward steward of massive quantities of dead free FAU paper after all.
"Nov 14/10 Nov 09/10 Pacific North West Capital Corp. Common Shares - Disposition -27,000 $0.550
Nov 14/10 Nov 09/10 Pacific North West Capital Corp. Common Shares - Disposition -30,000 $0.540
Nov 14/10 Nov 09/10 Pacific North West Capital Corp. Common Shares - Disposition -52,000 $0.530
Nov 04/10 Nov 04/10 Pacific North West Capital Corp. Common Shares - Disposition -650,000 $0.450
|While we ponder the many millions more free FAU shares still floating in PFN La La Land an observer has REALLY got to wonder what happened to the drill results from the Nixon Fork program announced JUNE 9, 2010.|
Its always true on the VSE that late results are bad results so these holes must really, really suck. And should a body be surprised? In a thin width, vertically dipping ore shoot environment it would take a small miracle to nail an ore shoot "properly", even if the gold wasn't below the water table.