He was talking to the man in the back room wearing the Ali Baba slippers. he has been known to forget his lines or in stressful circumstances use the odd hyperbole. He used to write a column in UK Zambians, his use of the poetic license was withdrawn after writing a column about Elvis sining in a Chingola mine shaft. Funny thing was they sold 50,000 tickets to the locals. Apparently due to a ghostly cold he was unable to make an appearance. BTW that would be nearly $300 a tonne and Ali Baba was advertising our dump material on Alibaba about 6 years ago at $150 a tonne. If we got $5m net I would be shocked.
they need to get past 7p for the warrants - I'd be surprised if there was any extension. So far everything that has been in Alex's control has happened. He seemed a very genuine presenter and the terminology that was used and I quote - when we exercise (talking about the option to purchase) and - we expect to do that in the near future
Like to think your right but there is as usual an extension clause to 120 days for purchase.....think this is going to dampen our spirits until the real ko next year. Bit depressing really if we cant even get passed 7p in the circumstances.........
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