Here a post with some substance.
GNC.com inventory has dropped below 999+; inventory of 32oz reduced from 798 on 5-24 to 745 on 5-25 for a change of 54 units. This is slightly higher than my month ago data of about 40 per day. For those of you who do not like my posts, you can take the data, disregard it, put me on ignore or just shove it up your ass.
Thank you for your data but the last sentence is totally uncalled for. The data is a good sign. I have wanted to check availability on the product myself. How do you check inventory at Vitaminworld.com, for example?
Place a bottle in your basket. Go to shopping cart and change the quantity to 999 (3 digits max allowed in most carts). Click update. The revised quantity will reflect the inventory number provided inventory is below 999. If number is 999 then inventory is greater than 999, you are out of luck. I have been tracking GNC for 2 months and the inventory has been greater than 999 since 5-2-07 until 2 days ago. Once the inventory drops, the store will restock in excess of 1,000 and I will have to wait to track sales until inventory is drawn down.
Regards without any obscenities.
P.S. Have a good holiday you ass bitch.
Interesting article I thought I'd might share.
Why Are Millions Taking A Dangerous Anti-Diabetic Drug?
By: Herb Denenberg, The Bulletin
As I responded to someone regarding this previously, I really think the announcement has already been made - the one regarding retiring of debt. People on the board responded with sales figures, etc., but sales don't directly affect the balance sheet. For the non-accountants in the group, balance sheet items consist of assets, liabilities, and equity. Sales and expenses go on the Profit and Loss Statement, not the balance sheet. Having no debt definitely improves the balance sheet and the announcement was made several days into May.