a person who has low tolerance of alcohol or who has no courage.
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I spelled it perfectly. You are just not aware of the term.
So what? It is the cost of labor in the U.S. relative to the rest of the world that is the issue, not the cost of labor relative to 1940.
We cannot relocate a plant to another point in time but we can relocate to another place in the world.
Unions are killing jobs. Real incomes for the middle class have taken a terrible hit over the last 5 years.
To this administration, economic equality is achieved by turning the middle class into the lower class.
BTW, I know of what I speak. My disposable income has been reduced by over 125,000/year from the mid 2000's and it started exactly on January 1, 2009. I was SAVING over 10K per month until that day. Since then I have been saved only by the fact that we are debt free.
If they do not sell any more Belviq... you are right.
They will sell more Belviq so... you are wrong.
Buffet it wrong. The biggest drag is the fact that the U.S. has the highest corporate taxes in the world. Prosperity is not created by lowering health care costs. It is created by attracting business.
Everyone who has been paying attention was expecting flat sales to start the summer.
Where are you coming up with that?
Comparing the last 4 weeks to the previous 4 weeks gives a 4.5% increase.
IMS hit a new all time high. How exactly could a loss take place over the last two weeks if scripts have never been higher?
You are a ioke. Do us all a favor a iust get lost, you ierk.
Summer vacations are the reason for the seasonal slowdown. Perfectly understandable and totally predictable.
Only a dim bulb like van would miss this point.
What one needs to keep an eye on the percent moves for all weight loss meds and see how Belviq does in relation to those. That tells you all you need to know about the health of scripts. Belviq has constantly outpaced the percent moves in the entire group of meds.
Symphony showed Belviq up about 20% over Qsymia, even with Qsymia's 30% built-in inflation factor.
That would be true IF everyone filled their script on the day it was written. I think that is an assumption that cannot be made.
We will know more when we see how THIS week plays out.
I think, based upon gut feeling, that we will see 7-8% increases next week. Remember, the 4th was on a Friday. The scripts that were 'not written' on Friday were likely 'not filled' at the beginning of the new reporting period that started with 7/5.