With the recent barrage of comments regarding Spine Art, TSB decided to send some of our investigative reporters into the Street to identify who is this clandestine operation. But before we could do any due diligence on this company, it was important to get security clearances for our roving eyes and ears from the CIA. We started by looking at their website, figuring that a company touting its technology as innovative would be more than happy to let the world see what this innovation is all about. What we have learned is the Spine Art is developing highly classified stealth like technology that fly's under the radar or under the C-arm. Holding a top-secret security clearance, even TSB was not able to accomplish the task at hand. What we have learned is that Spine Art has classified information that pertains to technology that will affect the national security of both Switzerland, the United States, and potentially the rest of the world. Having presence in thirty-four countries, it is obvious that this maybe more of a movement than a company, or could it be both? Actually, our reporters saw them setting up distribution networks in Zucotti Park and Berkeley. One must question motive when there are no products on display, could this be nothing more than a ruse? So we followed the bouncing ball to the K-wireless website and found a product that was an MIS system that can be utilized wireless we think, or with a wire. At one point we were wondering were we involved in a game of Where's Waldo, when in reality we were involved in a game of Where is Yoda?
So TSB must ask our readers is this a legitimate company? Do they actually have revenue? Or is this an organization that is run by a masked man, bunkered down in an Atomic Bomb shelter in the foothills of West Virginia? Could it be that the Lone Ranger rides again, Hi-O Silver!