LOL. So is tweeting "funding secured". But these days none of that matters, does it? If it looks like an accounting fraud, swims like an accounting fraud and quacks like an accounting fraud, it's probably an accounting fraud. I was in Houston, at the HQ of the energy company I worked for at the time, just two blocks from Enron HQ when the news flashed through downtown that Jeff Skilling had resigned, just six months after being promoted to CEO. Every one of us in our company that had never been able to figure out why no other company in the sector could come close to achieving the marvellous financial results ENE churned out quarter after quarter knew it was about to come apart. Those of us that were Enron's closest, but still distant, competitors never believed the "smartest guys in the room" BS. In the fullness of time this duck is going to sink. Unless TLSA gets bailed out by the government just like GM and Ford. Time now for a quick exit stage left to don the Kevlar.