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  • the_rail_splitter the_rail_splitter Jul 19, 2011 11:54 AM Flag

    Nanologix Presentation

    Nanologix is presenting at:

    "The Central Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists... [it is] one of the oldest and most prestigious obstetrics and gynecology associations in the country, and was a founding organization of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology in 1951."

    Anyone catch that? Oldest and most prestigious...

    So let's see... One of the leading doctors in OBGYN wants to take part in studying our technology. We are presenting to 800 physicians at one of the oldest and most prestigious conferences. We have a myriad of relationships with some of the biggest institutions including the TMC, EPA, Navy, Army, USDA, a major food processing company and a major biodefense company. We also have a relationship with AMGKWT in the Middle East for the testing, marketing, and production of our products.

    You'd be ill-pressed to find another pinksheet company that could boast the kind of relationships and achievements that Nanologix has/had.

    This is a special company with a special product that will change medicine and save countless lives.

    I'll side with the medical professionals and world class institutions on this company and product, not the purportedly "concerned shareholders" who are actually bashers and criminals (if some of them were taken to court they would be sued for defamation as Ohio does not take kindly to false and misleading statements directed at companies).

    (my view/ opinion)

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      • Rail, I'm in.
        I do not know how long you have followed
        threads on the other board? One of my
        investment strategies over the years is
        to keep it simple, and to pick one
        company in my home territory, and
        concentrate on it. I fall short of
        dumpster diving, but I have 15yrs of
        history doing diligence on the other
        company we own.
        I trust by your commentary that NNLX,
        is also a company in your backyard.
        I do not know how far you reside from
        Youngstown, Ohio. But I sense after 4yrs
        vested with Nanologix. You take a personal
        interest. I like the companies prospects
        from cursory inspection. Better yet.
        I like the passion by which you defend
        NNLX against one liner challenged bashers.
        Many nano companies have been nothing
        more than nano/nano history. I like
        this companie's prospects. Good luck to
        both of us.

    • OK naysayers where is the smack in that press release. I'm buying.

    • Rail wrote <So let's see... One of the leading doctors in OBGYN wants to take part in studying our technology. We are presenting to 800 physicians at one of the oldest and most prestigious conferences. We have a myriad of relationships with some of the biggest institutions including the TMC, EPA, Navy, Army, USDA, a major food processing company and a major biodefense company. We also have a relationship with AMGKWT in the Middle East for the testing, marketing, and production of our products. >

      And with all that, we are still well under $1/PPS. Ever wonder why ? We have something special why doesn't the market think so ?

    • remind me again what happend at every other convention nnlx went too... ohh right nothing

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      • lol yeah seems the crook pumpers here think its perfectly acceptable to pay third party testers in preferred shares to get the right results, wonder why that was necessary, couldnt they just ahve paid for the study..... its not like they didint issue enough shares to get the money

        of course big pharma and mm know this is a huge red flag and steer as far away as possible form this rotting ferris wheel

    • The Hertz case decided by the US Supreme Court in 2010 was a diversity of citizenship case, but made the important ruling that a corporation is a citizen both of the state of incorporation and the state where its principal place of business is conducted. Hence in my view, Ohio jurisdiction and law would apply because that is the local of NNLX's principal place of business.

      my view/opinion and I do not sell vitamins LOL; I get a lot of SPAM in my email that is hilarious.
      Parents

    • Wouldn't it be great if you had friends to share ideas... er.. uh .. Let me rephrase that ... Wouldn't it be great if you had friends.

    • No we have never sold any vitamins; we purcchase vitamins for our family use. But once in an email I referred someone who asked to my friend who sell vitamins. However, since that time, I have received numerous emails asking me about my vitamin business; I have relegated all that to my spam folder; you have me confused with another person, and yes I passed the bar with flying grades. And have a JD degree. Do you have a law degree?; also received a financial reward for an outstanding paper in Securities Regulation and scored second in my class of "Corporate Planning" under a most prestigious professor. So what are your educational qualifications?

    • No agenda. Investors at those boards have helped me out and I've been posting on those for a long time. Just trying to return the favor.

      You would just like to think I have an agenda because you do- projection?

      (my opinion)

    • Dumb!

    • Omar the original....What do you think Rail's motives are? Spreading the good word of NanoLogix of course! That is one way to raise PPS. Now you could argue the revenue does not match the market cap currently. But I think what Rail is doing is spreading the word of the potential here. Not a bad thing if you are a shareholder. You want new investors to invest in the company for the long term. I would caution Rail though, in doing so, he might bring scum like "that fellow TNZ" that Petro accidently brought along who will question everything and claim to be the end all of end all. But we don't have to worry about him anymore, he axed himself. My only question is did he request Yahoo to delete every one of his myriad posts individually or did they just wipe out all his posts for him? The former seems quite tedioius, akin to the work of some of the copy and paste gang who constantly drudge through ancient posts and rekindle them here daily. Which leads me to my next assumption. Is it just me, or are some posters constantly negative here while others are mainly positive? If any one else sees this, does this mean that they are like that in real life. Always negative. Always skeptical? If so, does that mean they cannot ever enjoy life? I am just assuming here this might be the case. Smile, lighten up.

      I think I can't, I think I can't....Did that ever get anyone anywhere?

      where there is not a will, there is not a way. Atta boy!

      Ask not what you can do for NanoLogix, but ask what NanoLogix can do for you!

      Always give up, always surrender. Buzz Lightyear.

      It is funny though, because Buddha said ""Believe nothing, question everything."
      — Buddha Gautama

      Now, I don't think Buddha said, Believe nothing, and question everything every post every day up to 25 times a day on the same subject. I think Buddha may have questioned a couple times and if he did not like what he saw, he would buy, sell or be done with it. Buddha would probably refer you to this site....http://www.scienceforums.net/topic/12251-message-board-addiction/

      So there you have it?

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