but if anyone here ever needed proof that shorters and bashers dominate most boards, look at this one for a stock that's climbed like 50% since Sept. There are very few messages and many relate to personalities and not stock. Look at LIZ, too. As long as it's going up and offers no opportunity for shorts, messages are at a minimum.
Keep the Faith
So a few investors got duped by a couple of slant eyes. Doesn't mean that there isn't a cure for presbyopia. I'm going to book an appointment with my optician and get more info. I'll get back to you later.
Just to keep on topic I'll ask him if he owns a pair of Wranglers.
Here's your Presbybopia laser. Why do I think of chicken guts whenever I read about this guy..You should be disturbed about....well, I think you are butt well...you know.
The truth on Dr. Lin and SRGL.
SURGILIGHT FOUNDER CHARGED WITH STOCK FRAUD
The U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York and the
Securities and Exchange Commission charged Dr. J.T. Lin and
his wife, Yuchin Lin, with artificially inflating the price of SurgiLight
(SRGL, 0.25) common stock tenfold by issuing false and misleading
press releases concerning SurgiLight's laser's ability to correct
presbyopia. The SEC said that the claims were unfounded at the
time: only one laser existed, and it hadn't been tested in any
presbyopia procedures. The Lins allegedly made $1.7 million from
these activities. Dr. Lin founded SurgiLight and was a director and
officer until last July, when he became a consultant to the company.
SurgiLight placed him on a leave of absence upon hearing of the charges.
The Lins reportedly dumped a large amount of SurgiLight stock on
the public through two nominee accounts and moved the proceeds
from offshore accounts to a domestic account held in SurgiLight's
name. They were assisted by Aaron Tsai, who reportedly sold
over $1 million of SurgiLight for his own account.
In addition, the SEC found that Delores Easthom was paid to post
touts of SurgiLight on Internet bulletin boards including Raging Bull
without disclosing her compensation arrangement with the company.
The SEC also wants an injunction against SurgiLight, because it was
involved in issuing the false press releases and because $1.2 million
of the illegal proceeds landed in a company bank account. SurgiLight
said in a press release that "the alleged conduct occurred more than
two years ago, when Dr. Lin and his associates exercised effective
control of the Company." The company added that current
management is not involved, it has cooperated fully with investigators,
and Dr. Lin "has provided written assurance that he will fully indemnify
the Company for any liability in this matter." SurgiLight has submitted
clinical data to the FDA for its OptiVision laser system for presbyopia
and is hoping for an IDE to begin second-stage testing at U.S. clinics.
Ps. short that one! k mart and snrs are 6-7
Syvestor, there is intelligent life here!...and the sound of rocking chairs, geritol farts(not unlike rotton eggs), rolaid belches and exlax ooops.
Imagine arguing over one pocket or 5? For crying out loud...all you need is one! I thought the boob builder was a good suggestion but their more concerned with pockets than a good presentation. Go figure!
Well, as always,...good as hell to see ya.
Could go by ramma damma ding dong for all I care...whatever you fancy.
Can't tell ya what I did there...would give identity away, and we can't have that. Worked with all of the usual suspects - Klopp, Hamilton, Erickson, Applegate, Castner, Parsons, Tucci, and so on...during those heady days of the 70's and 80's...left after Simon and gang took over...damn thieving pond scum... anyway, still have an oval intention and other good stuff...and some great memories of good times...