a post about this was right near the top of the msft social web site this morning.
you cannot talk anything down and are thus, being too slow to dodge, are forced to wear it.
by the way, nice hat/mask/coat/shoes ya got there!
no wonder you kept begging for someone to do your laundry. ~~~~o^x)=
I will squeeze my morning stoolie down your gullet,you can can talk it down
Sentiment: Strong Buy
It explains why you are attracted to the odor of fresh dog piles. willy it.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
LOL I didn't say anything, just mentioned the name. Only a bot would respond in that manner to so little. A good intelligence test, come to think of it.
That explains the shety odor that permeates the M$FT board whenever linix freaks like you post,Bing it.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
"You dumba old scrote, you think Bush's worse recession..."
You mean the recession borne of the law Clinton signed and Barney Frank enabled despite Bush calling for oversight 17 times, uninformed idiot? That recession?
The primary criterion for Accelerated Assessment, whereby the EMA undertakes to review an application for Marketing Authorisation within 150 days instead of the usual 210 days, is -
"Applicants requesting an accelerated assessment should duly substantiate the request and in particular justify their expectation that the medicinal product is of major public health interest particularly from the point of view of therapeutic innovation".
Given the World Health Assembly resolution it seems reasonable that the EMA will deem inhaled liposome delivery a "therapeutic innovation" likely to "extend the lifespan of existing drugs" and therefore "of major public health interest".
"Interestingly, his wealth is not coming from Microsoft. Back in the day when Microsoft went public in 1986, Gates owned a 45% stake of Microsoft, or 1 billion shares. Since 1994, he's steadily sold much of that stake, $40 billion worth.
"Today, his wealth comes from Cascade. While we'll never know the full extent of its investments, from the public documents Cascade has filed, we do know they include stock in the Canadian National Railway, AutoNation Inc., Berkshire Hathaway, and Republic Services Inc. He also at one time owned significant stakes in Deere & Co, Liberty Global, and Waste Management.
"Surprisingly, his tech investments are relatively sparse. He tends to handle those himself, not through Cascade."