It's people like you with ad hominum attacks which fuck up this board. I posted a methodology to measure end consumprion vs BIIB production. Doyle posted my method was inaccurate due to too many variables. I politely asked him to post specifics and point out the error of my logic.
Doyle still hasn't responded and you attack me, not my message, with derision. Fuck you, asshole. Contribute something substantive for a change.
I am still waiting for doyle to back up his words. You people attackers make me sick.
Perhaps you and doyle are too stupid to understand the methodology.
Last time I was in Switzerland (what a gorgeous country) my landlord tought me one word in Swiss German: F�dlib�rger. There's no equivalent in English, obviously because people of that kind just don't exist outside this country. But F�dlib�rger is exactly my perception every time I'm reading your posts.
Hi Swiss, I have to repeat a question I asked a week ago as I think you did'nt see it. I am wondering about the tax situation on stocks in Switzerland. Are gains on stock holdings tax-free after a year, like in Germany? Thanks in advance, D
Subj: Re: Neuro1111 re bag dating By: dar200 Date: 02/07/05 02:19 pm
<That consumption methodology is too inaccurate this close to the "start" date as there are just too many variables.>
Which variables make this methodology innaccurate to measure the rate of consumprion of BIIB's production? Please tell me how the logic is flawed. ------------------------------
I don't follow the value of box dates this close to the start either. I just reeived my first dose of Tysabri last week from a specialty pharmacy distributor in New York. The box has a cryptic lot number and states that it expires 12/05. What can that tell you, since you have no idea how much is in which distribution channel?
The company's reports on patient numbers (treatments started) will be the more reliable measure of sales through to the end-users. We should learn more in the next day or two.
Thank you, tazio. When last week? What was the date you saw a 12/05 bag?
The fact that you, a patient saw a 12/05 bag tells me ELN is out of 11/05 bags which means BIIB is also out of 11/05 bags. You must accept first-in-first-out (FIFO) shipping for this to be correct. It is hard for me to accept anything but FIFO an a dated product. You always ship the oldest first.
The fact that you saw a 12/05 bag does not mean that there are no 11/05 bags still in inventory of ELN's market (wholesalers, distributers, infusion centers, etc). It does tell me that ELN has no more 11/05 bags.
Please respond with the date. I will track this if first-hand posters provide the expiration dates on bags.