"Remember this post? I was the "idiot" who dared to question those who tied landownders up in a "marketing agreements" that were never paid. Marketing agreements are not the way to go. Be patient and wait for the Oil and Gas…"
"Mr Shale Advice and Mark,
I stayed away from comments for a few months because i don't like how ugly people tend to get, however, referencing "familymen" was likely a jab at me, so here goes.
1)I do like and believe in Jim. I signed…"
"If there are people out there who signed a marketing agreement and were promised payment, I would like to talk to you. You may have an opportunity, Mark, youre not an idiot for asking questions. The people who don't ask…"
"If you signed with Adapt or MSLG and did not get paid, remember who was asking them questions on here during the process of leasing you???? They were good "family men" and I was picking on them by asking simple…"
"Asking questions, trying to figure out where the development is going in the area, trying to share what little I have learned with others. If you think I am in idiot, I am ok with that. I find it curious that you are asking on another discussion…"
"As a out of state landowner that looks on this site for valuable information, I get very tired of reading personal comments of no value to anyone else. I would suggest a private conversation, and only post on here when it pertains to…"
Here is your initial post which you interjected yourself into a post I had left for pumpjack...Read it again....Who is the one throwing the insults..."While you clowns were yukking it up" and spreading lies and insults about…"
"Mark; this is why I do not take the time to answer your questions. I have said the meetings are open to all and we will answer any and all questions there yet you distort the issue with this comment and others. Most all of your questions have been…"
What makes this site so great? Well, I think it's the fact that, quite frankly, we all have a lot at stake in this thing they call shale. But beyond that, this site is made up of individuals who have worked hard for that little yard we call home. Or, that farm on which blood, sweat and tears have fallen.[ Read More ]