Felix, despite his name, could not have been happy over the outcome of his son the bum's miserable existence.
Jim-bo obviously lashes out at a successful group because he is such an utter failure in live, love, work & everything. Embittered & vindictive, he is full of hatred, but mostly of himself & possibly his family for not raising him better. I would not be surprised if James was responsible for his dad's demise. His mom is definitely in danger.
Apparently you don't remember him. He was a 2LT, not a SGT. He should never have been commissioned, but so many Dumpocrap politicians wouldn't let their kids serve, the army had to scrape the bottom of the barrel.
My guess is that she already knows that her worse than worthless spawn is a psychotic bigot.
Jun $430, Jul $450, Aug $470, Sep $490, Oct $510, Nov $530, Dec $550 sounds about right indeed. That would be closing up for the year. AAPL ended 2012 at $532.17 unadjusted or $525.61 adjusted for dividends.
Because of your overwhelming BO & foul, rotten breath.
Yes, the pedophile is that dumb. And then some. Most rocks are smarter.
It is being reported, but apparently no one cares:
Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) has scored a major victory in its ongoing litigation battle with rival Samsung (SSNLF.PK) by having some of the essential claims in its so-called “rubber-banding” patent confirmed. This patent covers a scrolling method on touchscreens that allows displayed content to “bounce back” when the edge of an electronic document is reached.
Samsung was found to have infringed on this patent during the trial that resulted in the Korea-based company being ordered to pay $1.05 billion in damages to Apple. However, Apple’s claims in the patent were under threat when the United States Patent and Trademark Office later rejected most of the patent’s original claims, including “claim 19” that covered the “rubber-banding” technique reports Foss Patents.
Samsung had used the preliminary rejection of Apple’s patent claims to argue for a delay in the upcoming November trial in California. This trial will reevaluate a portion of the original damages award given to Apple after U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh reduced the original award amount by $450 million due to the jury’s use of an “impermissible legal theory.”
AAPL are no fools!
Why bail out day traders & option pukes?
Just reward long-term, gigantic shareholders who sponsor the stock.