User Profile: SFALLC

Member Since: October 13, 2010


  • October 3, 2012 at 2:44pm

    FDR’s new deal (Raw Deal) took until after WW2 to be effective. Bull Sh_t. The laws imposed unbearable restrictions on business, stripped small business of their ability to raise capital and it is obvious the Gov. has no clue about history.

  • October 1, 2012 at 4:21pm

    Quadriplegic and Paraplegic individuals have bags because they cannot control their bodily functions. It is a baseless and shameless lawsuit. An idividual who will never use a bathroom publicly should not be sueing over this. Smells like a liberal.

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  • September 28, 2012 at 3:30pm

    Islamomonger – a person who attempts to stir up fear and deceive or spread something that is usually under a false pretense “al-Taqiyya” The use of fear to influence the opinions and actions of others. Terrorist Acts are a type of action used by Islamomongers. Fear to impress there will upon another.

    Allah-monger – person or group who uses words like islamophobia to push a political agenda and lie about the truth of what they are doing for the betterment of their scheme. This is permitted under “al-Taqiyya”. The use of fear as a means as a subject is often exaggerated, and the pattern of fear mongering is usually one of repetition, in order to continuously reinforce the intended effects of this tactic, sometimes in the form of a vicious circle

  • October 8, 2011 at 8:20pm

    Wires, Wires everywhere for planes to fly into, and lets not forget about the high maintenance costs, potential for failures, what if the dam thing crashes into a residential area.

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  • October 8, 2011 at 4:26pm

    I have had numerous offers to sell, I have th offers and the contracts.

  • October 8, 2011 at 1:44pm

    The largest and arguably the most efficient silica mine in the US is idle. It produces 99% pure silica, the silica grade that is required to manufacture the panel and silicon chips. The problem is it is very energy intensive. As an energy company we could produce less expensive panels but most US companies do not get the support of the US government through loan guarantees. You must be a supporter of the regime to get preference. But still panels have no ROI, nor does Wind generation.

    We do know after 25 years of research that the average home owner can under a new program called “RE” being developed can reduce their energy consumption by 85% and to impliment this will cost a home or business owner nothing but a long term energy supply contract. Think of it reducing your utilities by 85% (carbon emisions by 95%) at no cost to you. The Research is done and the technology and method has been proven, but its not considered green.

    We like to say Green with Money, Green with Envy, Green around the Gills. Green is sick with money.

    Reduce, Redeploy, Redistribute, Recycle, Re-commission, Recoup, Reprocess, Reclaim, Reuse, Recover, Regain, Reinvigorate, Refresh, Rejuvenate and SAVE the environment is our Responsibility

    As a small energy company we struggle but we know what were doing. Our struggle is the lack of capital investment. (means the blaze in latin)

  • October 8, 2011 at 10:32am

    With construction at all time lows, and banks not lending, who can afford to buy something where there is no Return on their Investment.

    Solar and wind have been show to have only marginal efficiencies. Betting on energy efficeincy and an energy source we know works, oil and gas is a more viable choice.

    As an independent producer of oil and gas we need capital. Capital to companies like ours will immediately employ thousands, is proven, and will reduce the energy costs to the consumer and on all products produced in the United States. China used energy subsidies to ensure the products produced there were cheaper ensuring their dominance in the manufacturing market. Look it up.

    Now China in in the United State buying up the reserves of oil and gas, with contract that guarantee them all products produced. I say wake up America.

    I am one of the 53%

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  • October 7, 2011 at 10:25pm

    Funny, we get fees on top of fees on top of fees. They are the keeper of many peoples money, they make money from the money they hold, they had there but bailed out, and now they want more fees and higher profits.

    He said it “I have an inherent duty as a CEO of a publicly owned company to get a return for my shareholders,”. Who cares about the customer, the people who’s home you foreclosed on, or the single parent who is barely making it and the fees will mean the difference between food or heat.
    Heck we are fee’d to death.

    Time to take our money out of the banks and live a cash life. Send the banks into cashless hell.

    I am on of 53%

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  • October 7, 2011 at 7:55pm

    I am a 53%

  • October 7, 2011 at 7:49pm

    There have been many studies that have shown Solar and Wind have no ROI. As and integrated Energy Comany We are a company who is actively engaged in Energy efficiency and the optimization of all aspects of structures. Our firm began over 25 years ago doing research and putting together Real-estate Projects that were designed to outperform traditionally built structures.

    It can be said the misinformed who are ill-advised are making poor decisions on things they have no experience in. Solyndra is one of these decisions.

    The Oakridge National lab has done numerous studies on Energy and to sum things up,Efficiency coupled with comon sense and you have a winning combination.

    Now as a integrated energy company I have one thing to say SHOW ME THE MONEY!
    The lack of access to companies that are private and still owned by its founders is disheartening.
    Our company has been seeking capital to expand for more then two years to no avail.

  • October 7, 2011 at 8:41am

    Hand Outs, Get your Hand Outs! Free Entitlements Get your Entitlements!
    When did we become a gerneration of I breath so its my right to have medical care, a house, a high paying job or anything else.
    What are these people thinking! I was taught to work for a living and have self respect and be self reliant. I will fight to keep my freedoms and my respect.
    As a 100% disabled veteran since 1995 I chose not to go on SSD, I chose a much harder path and it has not been easy. I will not and do not take hand outs.
    The protesters are so ignorant they do not understand that socialism mean giving up your freedoms.

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  • October 6, 2011 at 6:50pm

    How the EPA see things:

    “In March 2011, EPA issued the Second Prospective Report which looked at the results of the Clean Air Act from 1990 to 2020. According to this study, the direct benefits from the 1990 Clean Air Act Amendments are estimated to reach almost $2 trillion for the year 2020, a figure that dwarfs the direct costs of implementation ($65 billion). The report was updated in April 2011.”
    The reality:

    Thousands are losing their jobs over the actions of the EPA. Instead of working with companies the EPA is either shutting them down or imposing stiff fines and expecting the companies to install expensive equipment. The indirect cost is raising the cost of doing business.

    Look at the 12000 jobs lost due to the refinery closures in PA and NJ. Indirect cost of lost wages is $12,000,000,000 in the next ten years. Add to this the coal power plants closing, the factories that moved to China because they could not compete due to the regulations in the United States and we are seeing indirect costs at more then $10 trillion over a ten year period not the $65 Billion as suggested.

    We can expect a sharp rise in the cost to live, and who is to blame our government and current administration that did nothing to correct this and implimented even more regulation.

    The Government is shutting down current viable energy production and betting with technology that was proven to have no ROI. http://flagrantquoque.

  • October 6, 2011 at 12:13pm

    For every action there has been a twist. For example, accept money from the jobs bill and the states have to give up there Rights (page 133). You can trust a man, or party when you have to read every line of the very small print only to find another issue.

  • October 5, 2011 at 3:52pm

    Time to live a CASH Life!

  • October 5, 2011 at 11:39am

    SARANDA, typically we bring investors into an investment directly in the oil reserves. This is a hybrid VPP (Volumetric Production Payment) structure. Investors are buying into the reserves at a fixed price and volume. A floor is built into the investment to ensure the value never goes below the invested amount. As the price of oil rises the value rises, and from production we redeem the investment and pay the upside to the investor. There too is a kicker to ensure a return even when the price goes down, this is from production.

    Large banks invest into oil and gas this way and it is never offered to private investors. Why, because if there was a ver low risk investment with very good returns why would they give that to everyone. Look up the VPP it will open your eyes.

    As for the market, when stocks go down investors dump commodities to cover their losses in the stock market. This drives the price of the commodity down. When it bottoms like now then the price goes back up in value where it should be.

    Pay attention to what is about to happen in the global oil and gas market. The US is about to start its first round of exporting oil to Europe. I am intimately aquainted with this.

    I think Glen needs to set up a business exchange. A place were we can exchange ideas, communicate to each other, and openly discuss issues and help each other. Not like a linkedin but a truly focussed exchange for development, a cross between a facebook and Linked in.

  • October 3, 2011 at 11:07pm

    First off you can not compare the US side to the Canadian side of the Bakken. The farther South the thinner the oil. Yes we do have to frac but that is only in the bakken. In the Lodgepole region we do not have to frac. Additionally we have found oil in some new areas but they are being kept quite until after we drill some new test wells

    The hurdle for American oil is Capital to build up the infrastructure, expand drilling programs, and develop an intermodal system that supports the expansion of US reserves. We have the oil and gas, but no way to ship it efficiently.

  • October 3, 2011 at 11:02pm

    You cannot compare the Candian side to the American side. The farther south the oil is thinner. Yes we have to frac but that ensures a greater success and there are areas we don’t have to. We had a recent well with 1500lbs pressure behind it. The oil comes out from an API 42-44. That is light and sweet (low sulfur and low in metals) . The company has found several other areas with similar oil and gas charateristics. Later this week Western Geo. is coming out to do a new survey for us.

    The company is private and we find the biggest hurdle is raising money for operations. A well costs us $5-10 million to put in and banks wont lend to a private company because we are not rated.
    Now, if we sell the company and go public we have all the money we need but then we would no longer own the company that is what we call the lie of equity. So we battle on.

  • October 3, 2011 at 5:25pm

    As and independant producer who is involved in the Bakken and Several Shale plays I have to agree.
    The issue for most of us is the lack of access to capital, the limit on where we can drill and the regulations (EPA) that are driving up our costs and making it impossible to work.
    The best place to invest is oil, gas and other commodities. Invest in jobs, invest in energy security, invest into our families future.
    The Chineese are buying up our reserves fast along with the entities from India. With out access to capital companies like mine will have to sell inorder to keep alive.

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  • February 12, 2011 at 3:46pm

    George Soros