Here's a freebie for all concerned. People from Yorkshire England are famous for being...well, what's the diplomatic phrase here?....errrr...."CAREFUL WITH THEIR MONEY AND HOW THEY SPEND IT" * and so when a Yorkshireman born and bred goes out on a limb and puts his own hard-earned cash on the line, pay extra attention because it's a big tell for the near-term future.
|As of April 5th, 2011|
|Filing Date||Transaction Date||Insider Name||Ownership Type||Securities||Nature of transaction||# or value acquired or disposed of||Unit Price|
|Apr 05/11||Apr 01/11||Cass, David Maurice||Direct Ownership||Common Shares||10 - Acquisition in the public market||16,000||$0.390|
|Apr 05/11||Apr 01/11||Cass, David Maurice||Direct Ownership||Common Shares||10 - Acquisition in the public market||9,000||$0.385|
IKN leaves you with this as further evidence:
DYODD, bah gum.
*aka tighter than a duck's sphincter
UPDATE: Reader "D" mails in:
I wish to register a complaint.
These Python chaps obviously think it is clever to mock individuals who emanate from Gods own country when they obviously have no idea of the hardships that have been endured there ( well apart from that Palin one and he is from Sheffield so that doesn't count really ).
I really lived for three months in a brown paper bag in a septic tank. We used to have to get up at six o'clock in the morning, clean the bag, eat a crust of stale bread, go to work down mill for fourteen hours a day week in-week out. When we got home, our Dad would thrash us to sleep with his belt! It is true I tell you.
I am so disappointed that such a fine purveyor of research such as yourself has taken such blatant anti yorkist propoganda as gospel.
We are the most generous people within the British Isles - why, I remember clearly buying my brother a pint for the millenium celebrations ( not that he returned the favour... git!).
Otto please... your impartiality and balance of judgement are clearly failing.
Recant without delay and make atonement by offering a discount to all subscribers who emanate from the broad acres.
(Sir) Geoffery Boycott
IKN Adds: Reader D's argument is made suspicious by the mis-spelling of Boyk's name. Surely no true Yorkshire blood would do such a thing?