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To: Pogeu Mahone who wrote (226)6/1/2016 10:22:10 PM
From: thomas a. burke
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Beg to differ. IMO, he has been much closer to the truth about this company than the pumpers, which included me for awhile.

Did you read that hyperbolic diatribe? Please.

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To: Pogeu Mahone who wrote ()6/1/2016 10:37:48 PM
From: thomas a. burke
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"the fruit fly one"

That may be true but the shareholders lost.

Good Day Mr. Mahone.

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To: thomas a. burke who wrote (228)6/1/2016 10:50:15 PM
From: Pogeu Mahone
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What about tomorrow?

"The relentless legal assaults forced our transition from an aggressive, vital market focused entity to allocation of a preponderance of available human and financial resources towards refuting each lie, countering every threat, overcoming false testimony, and defeating all accusations. The corporations’ directors and senior management in conjunction with its litigation patent attorneys evaluated the legal and market environment concluding that the only just recourse was to be vindicated by the courts and to ultimately defeat J&J/Lifescan in the marketplace of free competition. It was appreciated at the time that J&J would resort to any tactic in order to prevail. There
was no action, lie, provision of false witness, delay or accusation to which they would fail to stoop to defeat our just position as a viable competitor. They were expected to behave egregiously and abominably; they proceeded to exceed all of the worst expectations.
More than four years of searing, vitriolic and relentless attacks and prevarications were not only endured but thoroughly rebuffed."


Make sure you pronounce it like an Irishman.

Goodnight

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To: thomas a. burke who wrote (225)6/3/2016 3:33:11 PM
From: ksuave
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Tom: You said: "You have amazing radar when it comes to these stinky pinkies." My accountant might tell you differently.

It does indeed look maybe it's game over for DECN. And poor Keith . . . he just wanted to help the diabetic community.

I was hoping that it might still have some bounces left, but I don't know what might inspire another bounce. The results of the first suit (i.e. no results at all), which was supposed to result in a settlement that would be so huge that the stock would gap up to $8 overnight, doesn't leave much hope of anything else happening.

The case against DECN -- well-presented now by Scoop and a couple of newer posters on IHUB -- is pretty overwhelming.

It was the promoters (the shills, the apologists, the liars, whatever you want to call them) on IHUB and Yahoo who convinced me without a doubt that the company was a scam. If there was any truth to what they were saying, they wouldn't have been needing to say it so often and so aggressively.

Aside from those bogus, nonredeemable dividend shares, I own no DECN shares now, and may never own them again. I know I should probably stop taking pot-shots over on IHub, but after having been right for so long while taking so much abuse from the liars and the sincere shareholders who just didn't know better, I want to be able to exercise my right to say I told you so, and I hate people who say I told you so.

I understand you and your fellow townfolk will be hosting a huge party next month, Tom. Better get your helmet early.

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To: ksuave who wrote (230)6/3/2016 6:04:21 PM
From: NAG1
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K,

I was hoping that it might still have some bounces left, but I don't know what might inspire another bounce. The results of the first suit (i.e. no results at all), which was supposed to result in a settlement that would be so huge that the stock would gap up to $8 overnight, doesn't leave much hope of anything else happening.

The case against DECN -- well-presented now by Scoop and a couple of newer posters on IHUB -- is pretty overwhelming.

Nobody was seriously expecting a bounce to $8. A bit of hyperbole, don't you think?

As to the case against DECN, I don't think we really know all the facts yet. I do agree that the settlement thing is a bit weird, but we will have to see if there is any real reason for it or not. As always, time will tell.

The iHub DECN board has been an interesting place. Since you can't question anyone's motives because the posts get taken down, there has been a history of hyperbole, both positive and negative. Honestly, I don't understand why the negative stalkers there continue, especially if they don't own the stock, unless they are getting paid to be negative, which may be more the truth than anything else. And for the record, I don't like the positive hyperbole about the stock either. Blind faith on either side is not good.

But it doesn't really impact what is really going on at the company. The main thing is if they can sell their test strip. They do have a product to sell. If they can really sell the hell out of the test strip, and that means big retailer contracts, then, no matter what is posted here or on iHub, the stock will do well. If this has always been a scam and they can't sell, then they won't. Simple as that. And right now, I am waiting for the evidence for either side of this argument to appear.

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To: ksuave who wrote (230)6/5/2016 7:55:16 AM
From: thomas a. burke
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Ksuave,

I share many of the same opinions about this crew as you do, just not as vociferously. As I have said for quite awhile now, IMO, the word that best describes this company is obfuscation. They always seem to go out of their way to muddy up the waters at every turn and leave the shareholders/owners grasping at straws. I really believe they enjoy doing that. IMO, this companies disdain for shareholders is unparalleled. Between their guard dogs and actions taken by the company, it appears they would love to get rid of all of us. All this talk of shareholders suing the company and going after the "healthy settlement" is pure BS. I think the settlement was so small and embarrassing that they had to hide it somewhere and this legal defense fund was the best they could come up with. In any case, that fortifies my idea that this is strictly a litigation play that will focus on lawsuits and not operations.

I also noticed they are laying the groundwork for the alleged launch of genultimate in the big box stores for 2017. Always next year....next year. Well, after 8 years, next year never comes and I have no reason to believe it will in 2017.

I am hoping for one or two more bounces but it may take another year or two. This outfit has burned so many investors over the years that most people who play these stinkies, won't touch it and legitimate investors/funds are not allowed to, for their own good.

As for the upcoming party, it could have been much worse. The base has spoken and they have their man. I am hoping it is a peaceful coronation with minimal damage to my city. A contested event would have been much worse.

To sum this up. I am hoping for one or two more bounces over the next year or two...that is it.

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To: NAG1 who wrote (231)6/5/2016 8:02:25 AM
From: thomas a. burke
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Neal,

You would make a good captain, calm and steady. You are right to wait for proof on either side of this argument but to some of us, the company has lost all credibility. I was hanging on until that pathetic diatribe they put out the other night. That was the final straw for me.

I suspect you have a fair amount of shares here and hope you do well but IMO, the odds are very long of that happening. I also suspect the share price will go lower until there is proof of substantial sales, and that could be a very, very long time.

In any case, there is nothing more to say until the company proves themselves to be a viable operating company...or not. Good luck, Captain Neal.

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To: thomas a. burke who wrote (233)6/5/2016 12:55:31 PM
From: NAG1
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Thomas,

For me, the company has not lost all credibility. The PR piece that got put out, unfortunately, raised more questions than it answered for me. Now, there may be good business reasons for not telegraphing every step that they are taking so I am willing to give them the benefit of the doubt. And they did beat J&J in court. That buys them lots of credibility in my mind. I think in 6 months to a year we should see them make big inroads into the test strip market and find some semblance of a sustainable business model. If not sooner. So I don't thing I will have long to wait.

So, based on what you posted, did you sell all your shares or are you in the process of selling your shares?

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To: NAG1 who wrote (234)6/6/2016 12:48:08 AM
From: thomas a. burke
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Yes Neal, they did beat J&J in court and should be accorded some credit. I am sure the company was instrumental but the true stars of that victory was the legal team hired by DECN. So I would give them credit for hiring the right legal team and very little else. They should have had the marketing team in place and the pipeline full and ready to go...yet, it appears we are 6 to 12 months away from any decent sales. Probably longer, if ever. They will pursue the patent infringement case in NV which may yield a substantial monetary reward but I expect J&J will drag that out another 3 or 4 years.

As for selling shares, the only shares (small amount) I sold were 5 years ago when they announced another reverse split. I then averaged down a few months ago and will be selling those shares into the next substantial pump. I am probably stuck with my original slug of shares for a few more years till they break even at a buck or till the company goes belly up or slips out the back door. Honestly Neal, you have always seemed like a decent fellow and I hope you do well here.

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To: thomas a. burke who wrote (235)6/9/2016 11:35:28 AM
From: NAG1
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Thomas,

Lots of new posters on the iHub DECN board. Most with lots of posts under their belts and lots of followers. And almost all of them with negative opinions on DECN, picking on 1 or 2 things to criticize the company without ever giving due to the potential positives. Makes me think J&J, or someone on their behalf, is shelling out again to put DECN into a bad light with investors to put pressure on the company to settle the newest lawsuit. That seems to be a cottage industry at iHub. It is unfortunate because as a small investor looking for honest discussion, both positive and negative, it is getting harder to decipher what is real and what is fluff, on both sides of the equation.

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