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speeddog23 46 posts  |  Last Activity: Apr 26, 2015 12:51 PM Member since: May 23, 2010
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  • speeddog23 speeddog23 Apr 26, 2015 12:51 PM Flag

    Bailey: I agree that the comments made by the EMA COMP reflect very closely the conditions required to gain conditional European marketing approval. I think that the potential for conditional approval is also reasonably good; however "successive partnerships" are not really possible. ONCY has one product and could try to negotiate partnerships separated by geography but not by indication.

    There are definitely good signs that the next year could be very profitable for shareholders if and only if the results of at-least one the multiple phase II trials show a clear and unambiguous result for either an indication or a subset with a clear and useable biomarker.

    I am optimistic about ONCY's prospects and I am not at all concerned about the dilution as this is a normal and expected part of the progress of a company engaged in drug development. In other words, I think Dlaskey is a few bricks short.

    The Habs will beat the Senators tonight,

    Speed

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • speeddog23 speeddog23 Apr 23, 2015 9:29 PM Flag

    Bailey: $5 billion would be a bit of a bargain for ONCY but I think I would accept that price.

    Cheers,

    Speed

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • speeddog23 speeddog23 Apr 20, 2015 12:48 AM Flag

    Hey Scout: Are you starting rumours again? We all know that you are on a beach in Hawaii and not in Paris. Although some year I suspect that those plates might appear in Stockholm Sweden on or about the 10th of September.

    Cheers,

    Speed

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    speedy- OT

    by armedescapade Apr 18, 2015 11:45 AM
    speeddog23 speeddog23 Apr 18, 2015 9:00 PM Flag

    Hey Armed: I have had difficulty with posts as well. I am on the opposite side of the coin. I want Detroit to win but I want Tampa to make it a brutal 7 game series. Detroit needs to get younger for both play and pay; they have started the transition but have a ways to go yet. I know a lot of the volume on Friday was just day trading churn but something needs to start the churn. I anticipate interesting, very interesting presentations on Monday!

    Go Habs Go, nice ride this afternoon,

    Speed

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    OT-Hey Speedy!

    by armedescapade Apr 11, 2015 12:49 PM
    speeddog23 speeddog23 Apr 14, 2015 1:57 AM Flag

    Hey Scout: What a wonderful offer; I won't make it there anytime soon but it definitely is something to look forward to. I let my HOG membership lapse but I could always renew.

    Cheers,

    Speed

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    OT-Hey Speedy!

    by armedescapade Apr 11, 2015 12:49 PM
    speeddog23 speeddog23 Apr 11, 2015 4:26 PM Flag

    Armed: Lets try this again; yahoo deleted my long list of Hitlery's offenses. The dummycrats want her to be president, dang, she should be in a middle east prison. Politics in the US is strange.

    I think Detroit will play Tampa and the Habs play Ottawa. We will know in a few hours.

    It is snowing in the hills today so no riding. The lefties keep promising warming; to be honest I would really like to see it some day but lefties never keep their promises so I won't hold my breath.

    One of the Clinton's will probably use the cigars but I don't think it will be Willy.

    Go Habs Go,

    Speed

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • speeddog23 by speeddog23 Apr 8, 2015 9:50 PM Flag

    Detroit plays Montreal tomorrow. I hope Detroit makes it to the show but I want my Habs to win tomorrow. About 8 years ago I moved from one of Canada's coldest climates to its warmest (call me an extremist). In the past 8 years we have set one warm record and a great many cold ones. Which one record do you think makes it into NASA's modified registry? A person would have to a complete Flat Earther to believe the UN or Obama Wama Ding #$%$'s NASA.

    The theory that sun effects the earths climate is the one I follow... the UN and NASA officially reject that the sun influences global climate. Good grief, even D2 rejects this nonsense.

    Not much vroom, vroom lately.

    Cheers,

    Speed

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • speeddog23 speeddog23 Mar 23, 2015 7:32 PM Flag

    Kenny: Armed is wrong, REO is up in flames; the Calgary Flames to be precise. Young, skilled, energetic, and trying hard to make the play-offs! The Red Wings are old, too old, they need to re-tool.

    Cheers,

    Speed

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    canada/us health systems

    by armedescapade Mar 23, 2015 1:31 PM
    speeddog23 speeddog23 Mar 23, 2015 2:02 PM Flag

    Hey Armed: Just headed out for a couple days of meetings in the big smoke. Bailey leans heavily towards the liberal narcissists end of things... don't tell me what I don't want to hear crowd. The site that I directed him to has large amounts of comparative information that is used around the world by professionals in the field. Bailey didn't even go to the site choosing instead to remain an ignoramus. Your current President has similar qualities. Of the 27 OECD models of delivery there exist quite a variety of delivery methods with varying results; the information there is a great learning and evaluation tool. Its funny that the world's professionals consider this to be the best source of information available but not Bailey; oh no, Bailey's granddad voted Liberal, his daddy voted Liberal and Bailey would still vote Liberal even if Pol Pot was the leader.

    Just a quick note on the US system; a significant contributor to the cost of health care in the US is insurance for health care workers, doctors and institutions. Most OECD countries remove that cost through legislation but not in the US. The Tort Lawyers association has historically been the biggest contributor to the Dummycrats and they keep the ambulance chasers rather well rewarded. I believe you actually had an ambulance chaser running for the Dummycrat leadership a few years back.

    I won't engage Bailey anymore; it is not worth the effort. When I had students who didn't want to learn I just sent them packing immediately. Its rather amazing how many liberals honestly believe that math is just a conspiracy to keep the masses down.

    Go Habs Go,

    Speed

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • speeddog23 speeddog23 Mar 22, 2015 9:38 PM Flag

    Bailey: I told you the Fraser Institute is Canada's top ranked think tank and #5 in the world for health care analysis. Your googling confirmed that! You did not learn or read a thing from their world renowned site. D2 is correct; there is something wrong in your head. You are on ignore. I don't tolerate fools for long.

    Blow out your #$%$,

    Speed

  • speeddog23 speeddog23 Mar 22, 2015 5:55 PM Flag

    Bailey: Since you requested I will provide you with Canada's top ranked (#1) think tank which is also the #5 ranked world wide on health care analysis. For your information the Conference Board doesn't make the rankings. A teaser for ya... "This paper compares the economic performance of Canada’s health insurance system against the health insurance systems of 27 other countries that are members of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). According to the most recent internationally comparable data from 2009, Canada had the sixth most expensive health care system (defined by total health spending as a percentage of GDP) among OECD countries without adjusting for differences in the population age distributions between countries. Despite being ranked as the sixth most expensive health insurance system among OECD countries in 2009, Canada ranked below the majority of the other 27 OECD countries in almost every indicator of medical resource availability and the output of medical services for which comparable data were available."

    Google the Fraser Institute, you will find reams of data comparing OECD systems. You might even learn something. Referring to economics as subjective and then substituting your own unsubstantiated opinion as preferable is pretty lame dude, even for a narcissistic lefty.

    Do you realise that you have stated rather clearly that you prefer to see your family, neighbours and myself die rather than have your infantile fantasies questioned. Man you really need to grow up.

    I am done with this topic.

    Speed

  • speeddog23 speeddog23 Mar 22, 2015 1:09 PM Flag

    Bailey: If you want to understand matters of economics rather than lobby group efforts I suggest that you search economic think tanks. What you posted was just cost figures, just 1/2 of the equation. You need to analyse efficacy and efficiency to speak intelligently (I really am trying to help you out here). Discovering that a K car is cheaper than a BMW doesn't support an argument that the K car is better. By your measure every bankrupt company would be exalted as a success. Costs are an input measure not a measure of efficacy, efficiency or value for money; you need to measure outcomes.

    Use your googling skills and dig up Canadian economic think tanks; you might start with the top ranked one. The Conference Board's report was an amateurish grade school effort; simply not credible.

    Cheers,

    Speed

  • speeddog23 speeddog23 Mar 22, 2015 11:49 AM Flag

    So Bailey; you support your infantile and ideological argument about comparative state run health care systems with a reference to private care in the US published by a lobby group. How absolutely off topic and a shameful display of deceit. Get a grip dude; there are about 30 comparable systems and you ignore them and focus on the non-comparable US system.

    As I said earlier... you are a first class ignorant jerk.

    Speed

  • speeddog23 speeddog23 Mar 22, 2015 11:21 AM Flag

    Bailey: You are poorly informed and choose to stay that way; you have well established googling skills, I suggest you use them. Canada is the only western nation that maintains that the state and only the state can provide health care. This is a structure initiated by the Canadian Commonwealth Federation (a communist party) the leader was Tommy Douglas. Comparing health care systems is a question of economics not an ideological argument. I pay for the Canadian system by force and with the threat of imprisonment if I do not comply. Your false dichotomy, saying that I have a choice is a blatant lie that you use to placate your wonton ignorance. It is against the law to purchase private care in Canada; I have no choice. I have no sense of entitlement; I simply want the same freedom that the rest of the civilized worlds enjoys; the freedom to purchase my health care from my chosen supplier something you wish to deny me.

    I think denying people access to health care because... well because idiots like you are that fundamentally confused and ideologically driven; wanting to control what their neighbours can purchase and sell is fundamentally evil. Do you have a picture of Stalin on your wall, maybe wear a Che t-shirt?

    Bailey; if you want a Harley go buy one, your petty jealousy is unbecoming of an adult. As D2 would say... I am done; you want to deny me my very life; you sir are a first class ignorant jerk! Now go crash your tricycle.

    Go Habs Go,

    Speed

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • speeddog23 speeddog23 Mar 22, 2015 12:32 AM Flag

    Hey Putz: The Sens scare me! I have lived in Ottawa several times, was born in Montreal and make my home in the boonies in BC. The Habs are in my blood like a religious conviction; you probably know the type well. You probably also know about the Quebec Superior Court decision on private health insurance in Quebec. Quebec is rather unique on all sorts of fronts, by unique I don't imply either better or worse but I don't want to live there.

    Cheers,

    Speed

  • speeddog23 speeddog23 Mar 21, 2015 11:13 PM Flag

    Doltsky: You have no idea of my standing with regards to my ONC investment but you certainly don't hesitate to state that you do! This simple error made over and over again is only one of long list of errors that you make with great repetition. Now you might understand why you are called a dolt. You don't understand do you?

    Go Habs Go,

    Speed

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • speeddog23 speeddog23 Mar 21, 2015 10:13 PM Flag

    Bailey: The problem with your comment is that it is emotional and not supported by the evidence. Canada's health care system is amongst the most expensive in the world and amongst the least productive. Your unwillingness to even consider alternative methods of delivery makes you part of this communist problem; it also makes you look as dumb as the doltsky. Brighten up a little; there is plenty of academic literature to support my contention and none that refutes it. Canada's health care system was initiated by a genuine commy; it is a matter of history.

    And no Bailey, I don't have a sense of entitlement although those working in Canada's health care system certainly do. What I am guilty of is having a profound sense of liberty, justice and a desire to purchase better health care at lower costs than I am forced to pay for through government edict. You are wrong, very wrong on the issue of price; a quick look at most European systems would set you straight, I invite you to shut your mouth and starting reading.

    Habs in first place,

    Speed

  • speeddog23 speeddog23 Mar 21, 2015 7:30 PM Flag

    Putz: Just thought I would provide a quick reference. "Finally, since 1995-1996, the federal government has imposed penalties on provinces that permit private clinics to demand facility fees from patients for medically required services, having determined that such facility fees constitute user charges. These penalties have applied to five provinces. By the time the deductions from transfers to Alberta ended in July 1996, a total of $3,585,000 had been deducted from that province. Similarly, a total of $284,430 had been deducted from Newfoundland, which started to comply with the Act in January 1998. The penalties imposed on Manitoba ($2,355,201 in total) were discontinued as of 1 February 1999. A total of $372,135 was deducted from transfers to Nova Scotia, which was deemed in compliance with the Act in November 2003. Between 2002-2003 and 2003 2004, a deduction totalling $173,385 was made to British Columbia’s CHST cash transfer in respect of instances of user charges levied in private surgical clinics. Although no other deductions have been made, the issue of imposing user charges at private facilities is still ongoing in British Columbia."

    Cheers,

    Speed

  • speeddog23 speeddog23 Mar 21, 2015 7:18 PM Flag

    Putz: In all but Quebec, private health care is forbidden by the Canadian health act; the penalties used are to withhold transfer payments from the feds to the provinces. Other specific prohibitions are in provincial legislation but they do indeed exist in each and every province, although they are often broken with impunity.

    I agree with your assessment of torque v horse power; torque is for get up and go (off the line or passing) while horse power keeps you going. My Harley has twin cams; its a 103 cubic inch engine (1690 cc) and smooth as silk (97 ft. lbs.). My car preference would be a Jaguar F Type (just a dream for me, I drive a 2008 Dodge Nitro).

    The Sens might knock out the Bruins (I hope so) but beat the Habs... what are you smoking?

    #$%$ drop; bye now... Go Habs Go.

    Speed

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • speeddog23 speeddog23 Mar 21, 2015 2:56 PM Flag

    Hi Armed: Results came out clear which of course leads to the question of what could be causing the pain. This is Canada so I am required to self diagnose and then go back to the doctor when I figure I have an idea for them to test. Health care in Canada is amongst the most expensive and worst in the developed world, but then what else would you expect from a government run system that outlaws private care.

    I have decided to get back to something approaching peak shape. I have started with the weights so now everything hurts, after bulking up by twenty pounds I will the focus on endurance training and slim down again. Fitness can help avoid all sorts of maladies as we age.

    Winter has returned to my area, damn, but we had a few good weeks and I have put a few miles on the new cams (255s). I really like the new torque curve; it starts high at idle and maintains its peak through to peak horsepower and then drops off dramatically. I really don't care if my torque drops off at 120 miles per hour; it is real nice to have loads of power from cruising speed (60 to 70 mph); with just a touch of throttle I can pass a line of vehicles at high speed without having to down shift... priceless!

    I am a huge Subban fan but yes, he is a diver. The play-offs are getting close and there are still 6 teams competing for the Presidents Trophy; it is a very tight race.

    Cheers,

    Speed

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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