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lifeisveryfunny101 492 posts  |  Last Activity: Nov 23, 2013 7:50 AM Member since: Oct 5, 2004
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  • lifeisveryfunny101 by lifeisveryfunny101 Nov 17, 2005 1:05 PM Flag

    60,000 shares is no small time investor. That IS institutional buying. Then what happens is that all the fund managers know each other... and after they buy... it becomes known on the street as to who's buying what. And then of course the other fund managers don't want to be left behind in what is likely a big winner... so they are now jumping in.

    If I was smart enough like you all... I would have sold at $5.50 and bought back at $4.82 and then rode it up. But I'm not that smart... and not that quick. But I also know that if I sold then... that I would have had to pay for short term capital gains tax. Instead... I'll just ride it out now that the institutional players are finally jumping in. Most institutions will not buy something under $5... but now that it is over $5... ONCY is now on many more institutional radar screens.

    Enjoy the ride.

  • lifeisveryfunny101 by lifeisveryfunny101 Nov 17, 2005 11:34 AM Flag

    I'm definitely not a professional trader like you all. Couldn't time when to buy and when to sell to save my life.

    However what I do know is that I heard some pretty amazing results today. This may not happen as fast as you would all like... but it IS happening. So I'll just grab my shares at what I think is a very fair price right now. I might be able to do 5% better if I wait... but considering the results I heard today... gaining another 5% here and there compared to the upside of this is really chicken feed.

    Congrats to the people that have really been here for a long time. I'm sure you all are thinking it's about time.

    Good luck to all.

  • lifeisveryfunny101 by lifeisveryfunny101 Nov 17, 2005 11:02 AM Flag

    Analysts response to BT's answers. Listen to the webcast.

    "Promising data, congratualations"

  • lifeisveryfunny101 by lifeisveryfunny101 Nov 17, 2005 10:58 AM Flag

    If you haven't listened to the webcast... you really should.

  • Reply to

    this may be a mistake

    by drstoks Nov 17, 2005 9:52 AM
    lifeisveryfunny101 lifeisveryfunny101 Nov 17, 2005 10:09 AM Flag

    Joe... you blow like the wind. YOU bought at the open... AFTER the news. Time to take your alzheimer's medication.

  • lifeisveryfunny101 by lifeisveryfunny101 Nov 17, 2005 9:16 AM Flag

    Ask price is $6.17 this morning.

  • lifeisveryfunny101 by lifeisveryfunny101 Nov 17, 2005 8:57 AM Flag

    I got to the webcast center and it opens a window but and then it says to pre load or skip pre loading. Either way is not bringing me to web cast.

    Any other recommendations to get in on the webcast.

    At least all the news appears to be very favorable. Thanks for the info.

  • lifeisveryfunny101 by lifeisveryfunny101 Nov 17, 2005 1:27 AM Flag

    OK I have not been here for years like many of you folks... but I have been intensely studying everything aspect of this since September 30th. I certainly hope for some family and friends that now have cancer... or will sometime in our lives, have cancer, that Reoslyin is the real deal. Everything, at least for Ras pathway cancers, certainly are pointing in that direction that Reoslyin IS the real deal.

    There's going to be alot of expectations this morning. Lots of volatility will come with that as the result of those expectations. But everything that we are reading right now is mostly positive. But no one on the webcast today is going to say that this is a cure for cancer. Cancer is a huge animal... and if there really is going to be a cure for it... it's going to have to take a lot of time and patience. The question is do you all have the time and patience to hang with ONCY while they jump through all the necessary hoops of the clinical trial process. If you don't have the time and patience... jump off now and I'd be happy to buy your shares.

    Thanks... even though its been a short time with ONCY... it's certainly been an interesting ride... and is about to get much more interesting. No bullshit, no bashing. We all know or have a loved one that has cancer or soon will. Let's hope that this is the real deal that helps to get rid of that.

    I'm all in. No stops. Let's Go.

  • Reply to

    scammer_exposed RIP

    by scambag_finder Nov 16, 2005 6:23 PM
    lifeisveryfunny101 lifeisveryfunny101 Nov 16, 2005 9:24 PM Flag

    Don't worry... the only way we would construe your posts to be "inside information"... would be if we assumed you were inside an insane asylum. You some to have this paranoid syndrome going on... you may want to have that checked out.

  • Reply to

    what crap, a Webcast

    by bthasbeenwrong Nov 16, 2005 6:06 PM
    lifeisveryfunny101 lifeisveryfunny101 Nov 16, 2005 6:24 PM Flag

    In addition dork brain... the majority of news that comes out about companies comes out through bland press releases... not webcasts and certainly not conference calls.

    So take your short shorts home with you and wash those skid marks off of them and we'll see your short winky in the morning.

  • lifeisveryfunny101 by lifeisveryfunny101 Nov 16, 2005 6:20 PM Flag

    Has anybody seen the poster for tomorrow's webcast entitled... "A Phase I study of a wild-type reovirus (Reolysin) given intravenously to patients with advanced malignancies" ???

    Seems to be some mystery behind this one... and the reason for the bigger deal being made of this one with the webcast. Had the first poster been the bigger deal... they would have webcast that one as well.

    Time will tell. Just take a valium and enjoy your nite. See you in the morning.

  • Reply to

    what crap, a Webcast

    by bthasbeenwrong Nov 16, 2005 6:06 PM
    lifeisveryfunny101 lifeisveryfunny101 Nov 16, 2005 6:12 PM Flag

    Man... did someone steal your toys or what? Conference calls are typically reserved for quarterly earnings... not announcements like this. So stop getting your undies all bunched up in a wad.


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    by furmenza Nov 16, 2005 4:12 PM
    lifeisveryfunny101 lifeisveryfunny101 Nov 16, 2005 4:22 PM Flag

    "I also anticipate that there will be a lot of tax selling coming up soon.

    That comment makes no sense... especially for the folks that bought under the current price. If you bought under the current price... all that's going to do is increase the amount of tax that you will owe... especially so if you had held for less than a year. Sounds like you need a better accountant.

  • lifeisveryfunny101 by lifeisveryfunny101 Nov 16, 2005 2:00 PM Flag

    Correction... see below. typing so fast... I messed up.

    Combination of REO PLUS Radiation Therapy... increased cell death SIGNFICANTLY

  • lifeisveryfunny101 by lifeisveryfunny101 Nov 16, 2005 1:59 PM Flag

    "Combination of REO = Radiation Therapy... increased cell death SIGNFICANTLY".

  • lifeisveryfunny101 by lifeisveryfunny101 Nov 16, 2005 1:56 PM Flag

    Strong buy from that last post

  • lifeisveryfunny101 by lifeisveryfunny101 Nov 15, 2005 6:09 PM Flag


    FYI... and for what it's worth

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    by oncyman Nov 14, 2005 5:24 PM
    lifeisveryfunny101 lifeisveryfunny101 Nov 15, 2005 4:33 PM Flag

    Do you remember as a kid playing "steal the bacon"?

    Steal the bacon?! Man... it's a shame that you didn't have better toys to play with when you were a kid! Get the man a big wheel.

    And to all a good nite. The next couple of days should be a fun ride.

  • lifeisveryfunny101 by lifeisveryfunny101 Nov 14, 2005 2:41 PM Flag

    Telephonics... too bad you were out trash talking Armed when he was mentioning ONCY... you could have made some signficant money when he was recommending it when it was at $2.85. That said... it still has a ways to run.

    Good luck.

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