I've told you I'm here for two reasons. One is for the mindless amusement equivalent to that of a good Spanish novella. The other is warn chumps away from Laffiasco. Everyone knows smoking is bad. Many people are duped into believing O is good. Also, it is always good to see some suffering by those who try to profit from Killer O. I always enjoy that to some extent. It is fair and just. Thank you again.
I will continue to warn any newbie lurkers/ would-be chumps. I warn them not to listen to the fools on this board. AFFY is a complete Laffystock. It is worse than a cruel joke. It is both funny and tragic to behold. I would not want ANYONE to invest in this joke/shell company - the exception I make to that is that it may have speculative play at around 25 cents. I have warned people for more than two years that this is headed down.
Thank you so much for all who read and understand. I feel good about warning those who may otherwise be deceived. Thank you.
I have invited all chumps such as you to ever respond directly to one of my posts that you consider a 'lie'. There are NONE as has been demonstrated that nobody can ever find any post of mine that contains one lie. I have tried to help you and anyone else willing to listen to tough love. There is still a chance to save some of your money. Thank you.
Dude, how many different dumb aliases do you have? All asking the same dumb questions which have no relevance. I maintain, you are the dumbest of the dumb. You are destined to lose all of your money until you radically change everything about the way you think. Thank you so much.
Tommi Rabbit, I guess you are claiming that since the natural deaths of people on dialysis is not a happy occasion, that they would have been better off having taken the quick way out via O-induced instant death. That is an interesting thought. Thank you for allowing me to see a new way to view O as a wonderful product for all humankind.
Thank you Garp - you are a good sport to respond.
If I understand, you are saying that all fuel cell technology is destined to fail. That may be. Let us see.
I do not agree with you concerning hydrogen cars. The fact that they are in infancy is not meaningful (it's an opportunity). Storing hydrogen onboard? I believe all major car makers would disagree, as they say their cars will get 300 - 400 miles per tank load.
If I may read between all of your lines -- it seems your last remark is very telling.
This is not to disparage you, just to identify exactly where you are coming from. It seems clear to me that you are a Tesla-car believer and that you see FCEL and H2 cars as a significant challenge to the stock price. I believe that you are heavily invested in the Tesla cars.
I do not have enough knowledge to try to counter your arguments against stationary fuel cells but I would think that the Koreans/Posco would not be so foolish to pursue the technology if it is all hogwash.
Thank you Garp for responding. I do not discount your remarks but it is always good to know what they are based on and where you are coming from.
Best of luck to you. Remember: Buy low, sell high (Tesla).
Tom Mirabito aka Tommi Rabbit ---- I have answered these questions for you before, as you know. Your small amount of suffering is but just a small token of the suffering which O has caused so many. Thank you.
Your suffering is 0.000001% of the suffering which O has caused to the poor patients and their families. True.
Yeah - Thanks, that does make sense.
You probably know a lot more about Fuel Cell technology than I do. I wonder if you know 'too much'. I mean, OK, maybe FCEL is not every answer to every problem. But it seems to me that there are hundreds of billions of dollars - or trillions of dollars - that will constitute many different facets of the coming 'hydrogen economy'.
Are you saying that FCEL is bad because there is a direct competitor that will entirely shut down FCEL (thus becoming a monopoly in this space) - or is it stationary fuel cells themselves that are destined to fail? Or is there some other reason that FCEL is destined to fail? I am open to understanding why FCEL may be doomed to fail - but as of now I can say that I do not understand.
Until you are truthful about your interest in this company, then it is hard to take anything you say seriously. You have claimed that the reasons for your posts is that you think there are better investments out there, specifically biotech. That may be true but it does not explain your desire to closely follow this company. Thank you.
When does the coverage kick in? Is it immediately - or is it January 2015? Anyone know the real deal?
This is the entire reason AFFY still exists, IMO. AFFY has absolutely nothing -- no office, employees, anything -- besdies four people/lawyers and about $7 million that was given to them by Takeda. One may ask why Takeda gave them $10 million just before they completely shut down. The only that seems to make any sense at all is that Takeda wants AFFY to remain on life support as a shell/straw-man towards which the numerous humongous lawsuits may be pointed. Without AFFY, then all lawsuits point only to Takeda. This is the entire reason that AFFY still exists. This is truth as always. Peace (except to chumps like DJPH who deserve no peace and who hopefully will go insane over their Affiasco). Thank you.
My understanding is that a lot of coverage will not kick in until 2015. Eisai is smart and they will time TV commercials for when it makes sense. Too soon can be counter-productive, IMO.
Here's a good write-up on the story.
I wonder if this will lead to some sort of mass production/robotic assembly. It seems that something like this will be necessary if demand really picks up.
Awesome news for you and ARNA!
I maintain that this is another good example that doctors are not yet enthusiastic about B. They will be in time. It is not wise to run TV ads until doctors are on board. We do not wan new people to be discouraged by doctors who are not yet on board. Eisai is smart and I think they have this under control. Cheers!
Awesome news desert.
This is another example of why I believe Eisai will hold of on TV ads. So many people will see ads and then encounter reluctant doctors who tell them 'No'. Why not wait a few more months when doctors themselves are enthusiastic and on board? Once Bel-Phen safetey study is done and one-year overall patient safety info is available, I believe doctors will be enthusiastic supporters.