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  • b_zerkley b_zerkley Mar 2, 2001 11:08 AM Flag

    retrihouse

    The time for the diagnostic test is now...not someday when MOX might have their drugs further along. They don't need more clinical proof/acceptance, they need sales. The Pharma's that have drugs, regardless of any limitations, need to get physician acceptance and identify patients. For a maintance drug, a $50 cost to accomplish either (or both) of those goals is minimal.
    And by the way, the Pharma's don't want to OWN the diagnostic, just rent it. If MOX is looking for major volume, and in relatively quick order, this is the path. It's my business...I know.

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    • I just read them,not write them.Tom Wolfes book about Atlanta wasn t bad,if you can read!Actually my mission was to unclog the board,using the same methods you were using at the time.My taking a double dump on persian nation hasn t agreed with you at all it would seem.If it pissed you off and repeatedly threw you off message,lifes a bitch that way.If you think Im a racist,that was the plan.Those Jewish guys I worked with 15 yrs.never thought so though. Introducing Issie Finkelstein to an iraqi minister wouldn t have been smart though.That sign at the Breakers was there for many many years--(decades).Some of the old people there have more money than God,and have wintered there since the early 20 s,when they were kids.They are a private club in disguise.Its been a joy and a pleasure raining on your dumb-ass parade mox-cop,&ohp,&ahc,big ork,little dork,and all your idiot friends.If you should get tired of it one day,try scraping up some guts,come and see me,and Ill drop kick your miserable asses through the goal posts of rag head heaven,no charge.

    • you are an idiot

      we see right through you, you've clogged up this thread so often with your non-sensical rambling stories thru all those aliases

      So where's the book?

    • A surgical glove is 95% water,5% latex milk,and costs .oo4� to produce,on a totally automated line that runs 24hrs.a day 365 days a year.So at under a penny a pair to produce,a buck selling, seemed enough.How much was their cost per oil barrel sold to us?

    • what racism?as for javelins,some olympic judge with a tape measure,marking distance,caught one in the chest!!!The one racist thing I ever did while working for my jewish employer, as managing director,was in my Gallery Louise office in Bruxelles.This Iraqi procurement minister came to see me to purchase a million pair of surgical gloves,with swords and a palm tree stamped on the cuff of each glove.There is a giant monument in Baghdad showing the same swords,held by the hand of Saddam,and cars drive under the swords.Anyway,The minister told me we had been favored as the manuf.because we weren t jewish.I confessed to being a Roman Catholic but failed to mention our directors names read like the founders list for the Mossad.Special tooling to get the swords and palm tree stamped onto the surgical gloves,was about sixty dollors total,for one million pair.I charged .50� per pair (special tooling) combined with a .50� per pair selling,bulk,unpackaged, fob new york,or a buck per pair total,or a million bucks.USA hospitals were paying .25� delivered,packaged sterile,or about .10� p.pair bulk,so my export price was ten times domestic.Im ashamed of myself,but was voted employee of the year that year,and have a super bowl ring to prove it.

    • I'll kindly add your name & brother to a list that thinks your both a$$holes.



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    • Didn't take long to decay into nonsense and racism. Just checking. Be careful of those javelins, they can be VERY dangerous.

      To those one or two legitimate stockholders here: ANNUAL REPORT! Ignore the blathering camouflage.

    • better a speerchucker than that javelin catcher --Right?Ive got the 1999 copy here,picked up at the May AGM,along with a stack of scientific papers.Their year ends Dec.31,so I guess we re still 8 or 10 weeks out from the 2000 report.I can t believe lsos is so hooked to this board that he would resort to explaining the invention of the "WHEEL"just to leave us with some sort of contribution. --As for general accounting practices,I don t have a clue.Its been too long since those college days when I worked as night auditor at the famous Breakers Hotel,in Palm Beach.Anyway, all the guests were seasonal,arriving in Nov.leaving in May,so I could clear all the depts.in about 10 minutes,then open the strong boxes so the ladies could unload their diamonds, which allowed me to sleep on the job from 12:30am till 8am.,So I never got much practice at accounting.The giant front door had a sign that said Gentiles Only,and I was the first line of defense in case of a non gentile invasion, I guess!Spent the rest of my life working for Jews,and they handled ALL the accounting without requiring any assistance from me.Its a tale of woe!

    • You're welcome for the moniker. However, I can't commend you on "speerchucker". I think you'll appreciate my reluctance.

      Question: What in fact is their cashflow? That is in the truest sense of accounting, i.e. (GAAP) Not this misuse of the term "burn rate" and nevermind "orders". What are the actual revenues, cost of goods sold, direct and indirect, (including commisions and give-aways)after taxes? Ask the guy who goes in and walks around, because this is the only public company I'm personally aware of that doesn't report its financials...well, I haven't seen an annual report for 2000. Is it out?

    • Dear Speerchucker,my comments are based on remarks made to me by someone who visits and walks around over there on a regular basis.We all know how quickly 2/3s of the burnrate was retired after the Fall launch,so its no big stretch to assume momentum based on sales is a fact.If someone tells you things are going great,and that the test has really taken off,its probably not the time to go into a deep depression---is all Im saying.If they re happy, Im happy they re happy,and if cashflow were a problem,they probably wouldn t be happy!I love the retrihose moniker.Thanks

    • as I understand it,the product rents at 295.00 per copy,and the 50.00 you estimate is probably close to what the individual rep.earns for detailing the product and generating an order.The acceptance seems to have made the company profitable since the launch last fall,and sales don t seem to be a problem.Intern l distribution agreements offering exclusivity to national pharmas will broaden worldwide acceptance in due course.Giving away a profitable and unique product in exchange for promises of quick volume would be foolish.No competition enables this product to recover the investments made in research while holding to respectable profit margins.

 
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