It really burns me here how some take shots at Jim and paint him as a nobody.
Jim's cridentials speak for themselves. Besides being a excellent geologist he is an entrepreneur.
From what I can see he has operated his own geological consulting firm since 2008 and his decision to come to KBG must have been one that included careful consideration.
I got a call from a large shareholder on the weekend and she had this to say.
Jim did not come to KBG because he had a need to risk his reputation on a wild shot in the dark?
Why don't we all just give Jim a little credit and give him a few months to get this thing moving?