That's actually not a bad idea for a company with a market cap as small as theirs. They should fire/layoff almost all of their accounting team, as well as almost all of their PR employees.
I know of some other companies that have done it; it's called "going dark". It is not illegal, but they would have to go OTC/pink sheets, because companies that don't report quarterly and do not do Conference Calls are not allowed to trade on "the big board". The money, time, and effort saved by no longer doing conference calls, and PR, could save them millions over many years.
Of course, stockholders don't like owning stocks of companies that keep them in the dark, but if it's the difference between bankruptcy and staying in business, it just might be a solution.
I am not sure the company needs to worry yet about BK. The three Zumba titles, two for Wii and the other PS3 are still selling. This is solid. Seems like much stronger than what a fad would be this far out. Company making cash conservative moves still with no debt and good money/access to money maintained. Good, business veterans on board, good channels and business contacts all with a very modest capitalization at 70 cents. The gamble here now does not seem too extreme.
Idiot?!.... It's 10 times smarter than anything you've posted. Also, isn't it kind of ironic that the guy that's bullish on the security that just crashed to penny-stock value is calling the guy that was bearish on it all along an idiot? Furthermore, isn't it ironic that the guy that posts a one-word sentence with no punctuation at the end is trying to talk down to the individual that actually put up a well-thought-out-long-term solution for a corporation that could possibly burn through its entire pile of cash?