Shareholder Meetings

It’s unfortunate that every time we have a meeting a few people decide to put on a show that upstages the majority. A lot of people took the time to attend to ask questions and provide answers. Those few people think their time is more important than anyone else’s and their questions are more vital. There’s nothing quite like seeing a retired train conductor challenge multiple architects on something technical he knows nothing about — and keep on going without stopping — that really exemplifies my point. Having one of our own directors prearrange a question for herself to gain some extra power was also something we could’ve done without.

We get more questions answered hanging out by the picnic area on the weekend than we do at these meetings. Feel free to stop us out there when you see us. You can also ask in the comments here anytime you want.

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