November 30, 2010
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Gold in a granite schist?
No idea - but how many thought that brickcityman was talking about the dessert instead of uranium oxide? Anyone?
Yellow Cake ... that's pretty funny. :) You get a point for humor.
That is what gold looks like when found in insanely high concentrations. Now the big question is, whose gold-bearing rock is that?
Hint: This isn't the first time I've posted this photograph.
My next guess was going to be a new form of cocaine blended specially for members of the Federal Reserve Board.
Good, I thought it was gold!
I would guess that it was one of the minor miners that found it.
That's my lucky paint huffing rock. I never huff gold paint without it.
For some reason, I can't get the picture to load completely, but, given the description, I'm going to guess it belongs to Rubicon.
I first posted the photo soonafter the initial bonanza discoveries in the F2 zone back in August, 2008. The stock then traded for about $1.70 per share.That same week, I published this article on the find.
This week's unveiling of a 4-million-ounce inferred resource within the deposit, not even counting recent drilling conducted since July, and still open in all directions, represents the next chapter in the development of this world-class orebody. It is my sincere wish that many of you have been along for the ride, and will continue to be. Deposits of this quality will not go unmined for long.
It looks like that stuff that used to be used in fillings
I'm so happy! First, I'd like to thank the little people who made this possible . . .
Seriously, though, I do thank Sinch, who suggested Rubicon a while back, in time for me to pick up some call options on the company. Thanks for the heads-up, man!
What's your price target for rby?
Wow.... talk about "Visible Gold"...
A chart of Osisko might best reveal what the stock could do if they get Phoenix to production without getting taken out first.
I love RBY, I really do, so very much