Thursday, July 06, 2006


Since copper was on the move today, I had to hit the net to find out the reason, and umm, well here is something you don't see everyday in the business section of the paper. From the Australian:

If you don't believe that Australian Mining Investments is sitting on a copper resource worth many billions of dollars, then Wayne McCrae, the company's executive chairman, reckons you're a "dickhead".

"The proof will be in the pudding - any doubting is totally uninformed," he told The Australian yesterday at the site of the company's find near Cloncurry in northwest Queensland. "If you want to know what the definition of a dickhead is, these guys (the doubters) symbolise it. I don't know why we've been forced to defend ourselves."

McCrae might want to stay out of the Fosters while he is working.

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