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  • alumilli alumilli Aug 22, 2011 11:42 AM Flag

    I'm back

    after teaching courses in Brazil. I still see that CTT is a one-product company; that Nano is entitled to $750,000; that the Scott lawsuit is still pending; and that the employee count is way down. It appears that a select few are merely clipping coupons until the coompany folds.

    Has there been any good news lately?

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      for your information, alumilli has been a long time poster on the CTT board, but also a very bitter poster whose identity is, to some extent, revealed by the monicker, i.e., University of ILLInois ALUMnus. However, many of us have suspected several points:
      1) not a female
      2) someone who had a lot to do with an early patent that the original firm University Patents was marketing, etc, specifically the Plato system developed at U of Ill -Urbana

      Most of the time this poster emerges from his/her cave to bash a company that has morphed so many times it is a wonder he has anyone to hate there anymore other than persisting in this bitterness aimed, believe it or not, at someone who preceded Nano by several generations. This is more like a Hatfield-McCoy fued where no one recalls what started it, although I am sure alumilli, if he/she wanted to, could tell all. Instead, you have the bi-annual bashing before this groundhog goes back into the den and hibernates once more

    • You're the one to blame for that aren't you Mr. Hypocrite. "Spammers aren't welcome here."

    • No internet in Brazil? I've been on this board 2 years, don't recognize your name?

    • You are one of the few without cloudy vision.

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