$WISH @NPVpositive embarrassed himself. First he claimed he's employed by an Investment bank and then proceeded to attempt to school me on Classes of shares. I had to provide the Table for him so he could understand that either founder held sufficient shares of Class B to control every vote taken. His argument that INSTITUTIONS WOULDN'T SELL the Class B shares they held cause they want to control outcomes fell apart once he realized Pete or Danny together or individually have sufficient B shares to render everyone else's vote moot. THEN OUR RESIDENT INVESTMENT BANKER RAN OFF TO HIDE, tail between his legs
@DueyDiligence You are a complete fool, and a dishonest one at that. I never once said a thing about institutions owning Class B shares. Ever. The only thing I said about institutions was that they purchased shares in the IPO back in December, and that list is NOT available in the prospectus, which you clearly did not understand as you pointed to a table of pre-IPO shareholders and clearly demonstrated that you do not understand the mechanics of an IPO bookmaking process. Look at my post history. But of course, you continue to make shit up complete bullshit as usual. I literally had to explain to your basic ass what Class B shares actually are - you had no clue there was a distinction in voting rights between the Class B and the Class A. Your ignorance is bewildering.
@NPVpositive That's funny because the entire topic began with me pointing out the 20 to 1 voting advantage Class B had over Class A. You went on a rant about the mechanics of an IPO and that had zero to do with the original topic other than the table used to point out who had the Class B , before and after. You then insisted Institutions wanted to maintain control over voting but none of the new, or old for that matter, institutions remained in possession of Class B after the IPO which meant you were insistent to answering a question that had never been posed. Easily confused? Drink a lot, hit the hookah hard?