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rrtzrealmd 117 posts  |  Last Activity: Aug 25, 2014 9:12 AM Member since: Aug 24, 2011
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    HAW!...and check out what they say...

    by rrtzrealmd Aug 22, 2014 11:13 AM
    rrtzrealmd rrtzrealmd Aug 25, 2014 9:12 AM Flag

    ...HAW!!!...you might want to check out what happened to DRIO!...I called that one four or five months ago when it was trading north of a buck a share!...it closed at 5 CENTS a share Friday!!!...oh, man!...talk about a good laugh!...it dropped from 60 CENTS to a NICKEL in only a WEEK!!...man, no doubt the suck...uhhhhh...shareholders were like deer caught in the headlights!...you might want to go over to the DRIO message board and review the events -- ya'know, help prepare you for your own day of reckoning!...HAW!!!...

  • Is that all they they need to issue:

    "Pursuant to the Exchange, all of the Warrants are being exchanged effective as of August 22, 2014 (and all such warrants are being terminated) in consideration of the issuance by the Company to the Warrant holders an aggregate of 54,030,950 shares of Common Stock (the “ Exchange Shares ”). The number of Exchange Shares issued to each Buyer was determined pursuant to a formula set forth in the Amendment and Exchange Agreements. Of the aggregate Exchange Shares, 49,660,465 were issued as of August 22, 2014 and the Company has reserved an additional 4,370,485 Exchange Shares for potential future issuance due to contractual limitations on ownership as agreed to with a Buyer. Following the Exchange, the Company has 75,158,770 shares of Common Stock outstanding."

    Why, that's hardly a drop in the bucket!...HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW!!!!!

  • ...about reimbursement for omidria in the 10-Q...it's too LONG to include all of it here, but the gist is:

    "Obtaining reimbursement approval for any product from each government or third-party payor can be a time-consuming and costly process that will require the build-out of a sufficient staff or the engagement of third parties and could require us to provide supporting scientific, clinical and cost-effectiveness data for the use of our approved products to each payor. We can provide no assurances at this time regarding the cost-effectiveness and the amount, if any, or method of reimbursement for Omidria or any of our product candidates. Further, we can provide no assurance that the amounts, if any, reimbursed to surgical facilities for utilization of any of our surgery-related products, including Omidria, or product candidates or to surgeons for the administration and delivery of these products or product candidates will be considered adequate to justify the use of these products or product candidates."

    ...high-ho!...high-ho!... it's off to COA we go...HAW!...

  • ...I've ever seen from gOMER was in the 10-Q:

    "We expect our continued operating losses to result in an increase in the total amount of cash used in operations until at least the time that Omidria becomes cash flow positive, which may be in several years, if at all."

    ...HAW!!...yeah, would have been even MORE truthful if they had emphasized the "IF AT ALL"...HAW!...

  • ...kicking this dog while it's down!...NOT!!...some clown on here was talking about the shorts getting crushed when earnings came out because of all the orders from the "launch" that was so "well received"!...ZERO revenues??...doesn't fit any "well received" definition I know of!...sorry but I just gotta:

    HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW,

  • ...gloat some more -- HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW!!!!!

  • Reply to

    Hitting new all time lows I see!

    by rrtzrealmd Jun 6, 2014 8:29 PM
    rrtzrealmd rrtzrealmd Aug 22, 2014 10:47 AM Flag

    Partdon me while I gloat -- HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW, HAW!!!

  • Reply to

    Mainipulation!

    by tar262weir333 Aug 13, 2014 1:10 PM
    rrtzrealmd rrtzrealmd Aug 13, 2014 1:18 PM Flag

    Ain't it ALWAYS the case...when you're a BAGHOLDER!!! HAW!!!

  • rrtzrealmd rrtzrealmd Aug 13, 2014 1:14 PM Flag

    Rosa said SPECIFICALLY -- AFTER apparently misspeaking probably because of acute panic caused by Cohn saying he was ready to start implanting -- that he was talking about the "powering system." Now, to the best of my knowledge, the ONLY powering system is the TET. In the press release from THREE YEARS ago:

    "The internal driver was powered through the skin using transcutaneous energy transfer (TET), an established technology that uses a high-frequency electromagnetic field to transfer electricity through the skin without wires. The system successfully augmented the animal's heart function, confirming the viability of a fully-implantable unit."

    Cohn says he's ready to rock with the pump, BUT Rosa vaults in with his "two different schedules because we're working with two different companies." He DIDN'T say that the problem was because they had to get FDA approval for the pump. Rosa seems to imply they've done all their testing on the pump but that it's the difference in "schedules" that's blocking human testing. Well, to me, if Cohn's all ready with the pump, then the holdup must be the "powering (aka TET) system" schedule. But NOW SSH WILL need to get FDA approval???

    "FDA approved TET system."??? What TET system? Has ANYONE seen an actual photo of it? NOT a drawing, but an honest to gosh photo of it? Or a photo of it actually implanted? Photos in the presentations showed the pump implanted but didn't show the power supply anywhere. Given all the problems that EVERYONE appears to have had with TET in LVADs, wouldn't it be nice to see what EXACTLY SSH was planning on using?

  • ...have to tell Yahoo that I DON'T want to give them a mobile phone number and I DON'T want to change my password! I just want to ckeck my ffffin email!! Do they WANT to antagonize me for some reason?

  • Did Kmart have a blue light special on these things or what? Now I've stumbled across DRIO and ORMP and four or five others whose names I can't recall offhand.

    And this one claims it's going to get rich selling an app that helps improve presbyopia? Well, that is if you're willing to sit around 15 minutes three times a day staring at an ipod screen for three months plus periodic boosters thereafter.

    What's hilarious is that despite all the "scientific data" the company offers supporting the "therapy," they NEVER say how many people actually get to throw away their reading glasses! That would be the BEST advertising, wouldn't it? They say thing your eye can perform like its 8 years younger! Swell! Can I throw away my reading glasses? They NEVER sem to say that.

    And look at these fundamentals -- 52 MILLION shares outstanding, last quarter revenues of $28,000 (I'm surprised there's even that many suckers), loss of 1.5 MILLION dollars.

    How do these things manage to go public?

  • rrtzrealmd rrtzrealmd Aug 8, 2014 11:08 PM Flag

    ...that's easy!...they sit around and marvel at the fat paychecks, benefits, bonuses, and perks they get for sitting aound marveling at their fat paychecks, benefits, bonuses, and perks while doing practically NOTHING else except picking up the phone now and then to arrange another secondary offering or ATM deal!...thank God for capitalism and dimwitted investors!...HAW!...

  • Reply to

    Phase 2a (Type 1) US study completed

    by thorkild01 Aug 7, 2014 9:03 AM
    rrtzrealmd rrtzrealmd Aug 7, 2014 11:14 AM Flag

    ...gee, this is only -- what? -- the sixth or seventh phase 2 trial they've completed!...are they working on a world record of some kind?...HAW!!!...

  • ...and just think about that "readjustment period" where if DRIO averages below 89 CENTS for twenty days now, the company will be forced to issue who knows how many millions of FREE shares and warrants!...and just think!...it could go on FOREVER -- or until the stock hits zero!...ain't the stock market grand!..

  • rrtzrealmd rrtzrealmd Aug 6, 2014 10:18 AM Flag

    "...blinded, controlled clinical study..."???...geez, how stupid can you be, pal?...kinda hard to "blind" a trial where you're shoving a hose through someone's chest wall!...and there are no FDA restrictions on announcing the number of implants-- indeed, SSH announced during the last quarter presentation that they had a whopping THREE patients enrolled in the US trial...given the way they've been thrashing about trying to get more patients -- hiring "superstars," newspaper ads, spamming CHF patients' email -- it's safe to say their problems are SERIOUS...they said they were even going to start banner ads at some point!...just imagine -- you might come here some day and watch some dude running across the top of the page wearing his c-pulse!...I'd be surprised if current enrollment has even made it up to six!...goin'to find out in just six more days!...

  • rrtzrealmd by rrtzrealmd Jul 29, 2014 10:36 AM Flag

    ...at the patent application! I was curious to know exactly what exactly "the proprietary de-bulking and high-grade handling method" is that makes "a concentrated biologically active powder." Per the patent application, it appears that they cook the egg yolks with a "pulsed electric field," freeze dry the result, and then squeeze it into little pellets.

    Now, this "concentrated" material then allegedly contains 36 micrograms per kilograms of pellets. Read that again -- 36 MICROgrams! Hmmmmmmmm...that's 36 parts per BILLION? So to get 3.6 milligrams of follistatin, someone would have to eat a HUNDRED KILOGRAMS or about FIFTY POUNDS of egg yolk pellets? Mercy! Stuff better be potent, huh?

    What's sad and what MYOS neglects to mention is that as a protein, ALL the follistatin gets digested in the gastrointestinal and converted to amino acids before absorption. In other words, all that effort to isolate a negligible amount of follistatin is just wasted! So you actually get as much follistatin as you would from eating a scrambled egg. And I bet the egg would taste better, too!

  • Reply to

    DRIO Up 10% Last Two Days

    by profitzone Jul 28, 2014 12:56 PM
    rrtzrealmd rrtzrealmd Jul 29, 2014 2:35 AM Flag

    "Remember..."???...yeah, remember even a dead cat'll bounce if it falls far enough!..."up 10% last two days"???...yeah, after being down FIFTY PER CENT the last two months!...

    ...hey, maybe you'd know!...I keep trying to find out why dario has a measly one year warranty when Bayer's Contour has a LIFETIME warranty...any ideas?...I mean, I thought it was probably because a a mega-billion dollar company like Bayer can afford to toss out some perks to attract customers while poor LITTLE near broke DRIO probably has enough to worry about making the rent on its industrial park headquarters, much less fulfilling warranty guarantees...

    ...funny thing is that I posted on dario's facebook asking about the cheesy one year warranty and they sent me a message saying they'd look into it...but guess what -- they deleted my question!...a bunch of other people had posted questions which were answered right there on the facebook page, but MINE got deleted!...I wonder how many other embarrassing questions and/or comments may have gotten deleted as well...

  • rrtzrealmd rrtzrealmd Jul 28, 2014 11:34 AM Flag

    ...hmmmmmmmm...well, given that volume also reflects a lot of SELLING, and that the direction of MNKD's price movement seems to be heavily influenced by gravity at the moment, I don't quite see it as an argument to get excited over the future...

  • rrtzrealmd by rrtzrealmd Jul 28, 2014 11:30 AM Flag

    Saw the recent 8K that ORMP hired "Integrium LLC" for 3.3 MILLION dollars to conduct its upcoming phase 2 trial -- how many is that now that they've done? Six...seven?? Anyway, I looked up this "integrium" and the first thing I noted was that nowhere do they identify any of their previous customers! Makes it a bit difficult to assay past performance. They SAY they've been in business for thirteen years, but their news and press releases begin in 2009 and END in 2010! So they've NOT had ANY news in FOUR YEARS? Of course, if all of their customers are anything like ORMP, what else would you expect? HAW!

    But the funny thing was on the careers page where they had a half-dozen job openings for a "clinical research associate" who must be "Available to travel a minimum of 75% of the time, or as requested." And then it says, "Must have a reliable form of transportation not provided by Integrium." HAW! Gotta travel 75% of the time and/or on demand, but YOU gotta provide the wheels! HAW! Yeah, right! No wonder they got a half dozen job openings!

  • I noticed on the clinicaltrials website gOMER's:

    "A Randomized Study in Children Ages Birth Through Three Years Undergoing Unilateral Cataract Extraction With or Without Lens Replacement"

    Sixty patients? Won't be completed for THREE MORE YEARS? Then I just glanced around to see how many child cataract surgeries are actually done. I found one retrospective study entitled "Glaucoma following cataract surgery in children: surgically modifiable risk factors." The authors rounded up ALL of the cataract surgery done on children between 1995 and 2001. They found that surgeries were done on a TOTAL of 116 eyes from 79 children. Let's see...seven years is 84 months, so we're talking about maybe one and a half (ewwwwww!) eyeballs every month?

    Doesn't seem like a real intelligent way to spend shareholders money, does it? I mean, so far gOMER hasn't even demonstrated a market for the stuff in adults, so why pour money into a trial where the patient population is near nil? Although I guess it does make a good "talking point" for the next secondary, right? You know, saving all the little childrens' eyeballs and all that...HAW!

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