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Rufous

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  1. "Anybody else buying Bio A illegally without a doctor's prescription?? Did Vagif make a booboo??" Alethia, I thought Bio A could be sold by people such as chemists and heath stores as long as prduct was not on open shelves. Where does your info about doctor's script come from?
  2. Hi John, While waiting for Gel try opening BioA capsules and smearing burn with liquid. I haven't had a burn but have used successfully for a rash. Rufous.
  3. Re Quarterly - some comments: Modest increase in sales from $192k to $312k. Staff costs up by $235k to $1022k for qtr. Advertising & Marketing up by $151k or $315% but not much improvment in sales. What is the "Other Working Capital" $1,451k? Looks like they will be hunting more cash after this qtr. Am trying to retire and for yeats I've held SLA expecting they will support me. Looks like I might end up in a retirement home before they come good. Perhaps I'll join a commune. Keep guessing crew. Rufous
  4. V: If they are above 10c you are better off paying to convert. Are you suggesting the shareprice will be below 10c next month?
  5. Big report. Takes awhile to digest. Amazing how little the execs and directors are taking. Coy Sec earning $37k p.a. is very low. Vagif not drawing anything this past year. At least we know these blokes are dedicated to the cause. I don't think they will have too much trouble raising cash. Option holders out of the money will still probably pay up to convert. I'm sure most left on the register are in for the long haul. We're getting closer to an external offer for our shares. Not that one would be successfu with so many shares in friendly hands, however, money speaks all languages. Rufous.
  6. Love to know the whole story behind Charlie Pellegrino's move from SLA to BPO. Am waiting for the BPO ramp up to allow another share placement/raising. Any guesses as to how far it will go. My guess is 2.8 cents. Rufous
  7. http://www.faqs.org/patents/app/20100178327 Don't know if this link about patent application in Washington by SLA will work. Dated July this year. Also don't know if someone else has posted link. Extensive report but deals with Alzheimers. Rufous
  8. From the notice to the court re dispute between BPO and SLA Agreement to be declared . ...... VOID ab initio (What does this mean?) Rufous
  9. Rufous

    BPO

    From annual report: Total writedown of plant extracts - $927,000. Looks like coy has been white-anted. Rufous
  10. Rufous

    BPO

    Wow. On first read of announcement it seems that there will be quite a fight between BPO and SLA. However, on further reading maybe it is BPO's way of coming to a re-negotiation of the Agreement. Hard to believe there might be problems with ownership of patents/licensing. BPO is not really in a financial position to be fighting via the courts. Wouldn't mind a read of the Agreement.
  11. Sellers have gone. Hope it means there is news nearby.
  12. Just read the 32 page report. If "Pine Pure" reaches Australia we could have a mix-up with Pine-O-clean. Better not reach for the bottle under the sink.
  13. Rufous

    BPO

    Looks like a disaster. More trials needed and concentrations way above expected. They have to look at the production cost structure of Termilone now that such higher concentrations are needed. Interesting to see they still mentioned the horse stuff at the bottom of the announcement.
  14. Rufous

    BPO

    SLA possibly trying to keep their investment away from Administrators if appointed to BPO. There must be some value for SLA either now or down the track. Looks like it could get messy. The last thing SLA needs now is a distraction from their marketing efforts.
  15. For a lot of us that have been on the SLA journey for a long time, we believed that what the company represented was hope for prevention and/or cure of ailments that many people suffered. Early on there were regular announcements that encouraged us and that re-inforced our belief. Perhaps the directors of the company were a little (lot) naive and grossly understated the time required in a modern society to bring new pharmaceutical products to the market. Mistakes were made and with many missed deadlines the directors have decided not to make regular announcements. There are too many things outside there control e.g. Russian regulations and bureacracy, taxation, patents, distances, etc. Many of us continue to read SS and the SLA thread each day. We check the shareprice on the internet hoping that all important announcements have been made that will tell us that products are at long last going to the market. We appreciate those that hunt the internet to provide snippets of information. At the end of the day it is our money and if we choose to invest in any company we stand by our decision. Best wishes Rufous
  16. Rufous

    BPO

    Announcement today about SPP. A maximum of 150M shares to be issued raising $3.3m. Actual number issued 23.45M for cash of $422K. A big letdown. I wonder how many were taken up by directors? It's going to be a tough 12 months before further product approvals come through.
  17. Been tempted to buy equivalent of my freebies due at 20c later in the year. Feel kinda guilty (having been with the coy since forever) that coy will miss out on vital cash flow. Although if sp goes above 20c by years end I would convert anyway. Will the conversion of the freebies be underwritten in any way?
  18. Hi Alethia, Seems the Russians are reading SS. Your link went to a post I made in March giving a short summary of some of the advantages of the then position with SLA and calling for some patience. Rufous. PS I'm getting nervous about the prospect of success - we are that close.
  19. I cannot believe that managment is even considering a 2nd factory with such poor take up of production from current factory. There also seems to be some room to increase manufacturing from present factory.
  20. Wow! Some people are sure getting irritated. Naturally everyone would like all matters to fall into place exactly as expected, however the reality is that sh.. happens and what can go wrong very often does go wrong. We can be thankful that: . we have a patented technique of extraction . we have a factory in place to produce our product. . we have an unlimited source of raw material. . we have seemingly good relations with the authorities in Tomsk. . it is possible that the president of Russia supports our activity. . we have a pipeline of future products that will come on stream in due course. . there is evidence (today)that one of our products will be a great help in the horse industry around the world. . many people have expressed the benefits of Bio A. To the believers - have continued faith. To the non-believers - best wishes. To others - keep looking for the magic pudding. Rufous
  21. 5500 rubles = approx. $A205. Wonder how long a bottle lasts?
  22. I would have thought SLA has enough on its plate without taking on BPO with workload of getting Termilone to market and developing BioEffectives for animals.
  23. Rufous

    BPO

    A bit of support at 4pm - should clean up at 3 cents.
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