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   Biotech / MedicalQGLY - Tech Talk, Innuendo, & Anything Goes


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To: Jonathan Bulkeley who wrote (38)10/13/1997 8:59:00 AM
From: Louis Cornell
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Great news Jonathan! Now if they'll just issue a press release...

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To: Jonathan Bulkeley who wrote (38)10/13/1997 9:27:00 AM
From: ralph keating
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wow that could really move this baby!

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To: ralph keating who wrote (40)10/14/1997 11:23:00 AM
From: ralph keating
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moving today on low vol 22 3/4 x 22 15/16 vol 12,900 <eom>

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To: ralph keating who wrote (41)10/15/1997 4:33:00 AM
From: Jonathan Bulkeley
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QGLY in the UK...maybe not

Perhaps I spoke too soon. One of the frequent posters here told me that there is another product in the UK with the name of Cold-Eeze and since I didn't actually see the packaging myself, I'll have to take what I said back and go out to the store myself and see what I find. Anyway I have a bad cold so I'd better go anyway :)

Cheers

Jonathan

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To: ralph keating who wrote (41)10/17/1997 11:06:00 AM
From: ralph keating
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20 1/4 x 20 1/2 whats up its changeing quick maybe
a chance to add.

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To: ralph keating who wrote (43)10/17/1997 11:24:00 AM
From: Frank Brisebois
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Ralph:
There you go.. Am buying more now at these bargain prices..

Frank

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To: Frank Brisebois who wrote (44)10/18/1997 10:52:00 PM
From: ralph keating
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where are the quig's this weekend?
looks like quigs atemp at financing
through sands will end up costing
some bucks 700k or 417,000 after taxes
the 10-QSB reads well & is worth the time
filled june 30,1997

ralph :>

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To: ralph keating who wrote (45)10/19/1997 6:06:00 PM
From: erin4
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What is" sands"? Coldeeze on endcaps in Safeway Supermarkets and in Fresh Fields--Whole Food Markets in Northern Virginia, ( Wash,DC suburbs}. Looks like I wont run out this winter. Also Coldeeze in Rite Aid pharmacys in the area.

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To: erin4 who wrote (46)10/19/1997 7:22:00 PM
From: Gary Clarke
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All we need now is a RE-RUN of the 20/20 show and there will be another shortage of supplies. Gary

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To: erin4 who wrote (46)10/19/1997 9:19:00 PM
From: ralph keating
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Sands brothers & Co., LTD was to provide investment
banking services to qgly. the agreement was oct 1,1996
I guess george longo was not around to veto that plan.

from 10-QSB
On October 1, 1996, the Company entered into an agreement with Sands Brothers
& Co., Ltd, ("Sands") to assist the Company raise additional capital and to
provide other investment banking services. For this service, Sands received
800,000 warrants at an exercise price of $1.75. Subsequently, this contract,
was modified in November 1996, and stipulated Sands had the conditional right
to purchase, at $10 per share, 200,000 shares of the Company's stock, for
every million dollars they identify for the Company in a private placement of
the Company's Stock pursuant to Regulation D. The Company desired that the
private placement was not to exceed $10 million. During the first quarter of
1997, the Company decided not to pursue a private placement offering.
Therefore, the aforementioned possible additional warrants for Sands will not
materialize.

However, in order to terminate this arrangement with Sands, the Company issued
to Sands 350,000 additional warrants to purchase the Company's stock at $10
per share. Accordingly, a provision for loss of $700,000 ($417,000 net of
taxes) for a total of 1,150,000 warrants issued to Sands, and other expenses
expected to be incurred, was charged against earnings.

ralph :>

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