As hard as it is to believe, you are actually stupider than zafile.
I'll just link to my response to that moron rather than repost it.
>Chico Marx: You can't fool me, there ain't no sanity clause. <
A Night at the Opera!!!
...utterly hilarious even if you've seen it a thousand times...
I have been star clickied !!!<
This is one of those cases wherein the effectiveness of your post is determined by the number of clicks as opposed to the number of stars.
Essentially the SCOtards have rated your post somewhere between excellent and outstanding by virtue of the amount of effort they put into modding it down.
...the twerps have a terminal case of cognitive dissonance when it comes to reality...
>So Judge Kimball forecasts his decision on SCO v Novell along with the decision of Judge Stewart:
"Judges may, and occasionally do no doubt, decide cases based on their preferences rather than on what is their good faith understanding of the constitution, governing statutes and precedents. When this happens, some dislocation and difficulty can occur."
I'm definitely proud for being the webmaster for AI's website. It appears as if AI is definitely on the right track.<
There is no forecast. The judge is speaking rhetorically and in general about human behavioral propensities without reference to any specific case.
You're proud of being a tool and a moron?
AI is on no track...
"Groklaw has been selected by the Library of Congress for inclusion in its web archival project, in the category of Legal Blawgs."
...shove this up your collective ass, troller park trash sons of bitches...
>Groklaw is a joke of a Web site. Period.<
...you are the joke..
"The United States Library of Congress has selected your Web site for inclusion in its historic collections of Internet materials related to Legal Blawgs. The Library's traditional functions, acquiring, cataloging, preserving and serving collection materials of historical importance to the Congress and to the American people to foster education and scholarship, extend to digital materials, including Web sites. We request your permission to collect your Web site and add it to the Library's research collections. We also ask that we be allowed to display the archived version(s) of your Web site.
The following URL has been selected:
LOL! No posts since the 8th and here you pop up out of nowhere. Whassa' matter chump, is your dusky lover out of town this week? HAR HAR HAR!!!
>Hmmm, remember, what goes around comes around.<
...the SCO vs Novell outcome is absolute proof of that...
...blow another snot bubble for us, cry baby with the quivering lip...
...ha ha ha, lol, etc...
>...should be informed PJ is an anonymous individual.<
To them...? Perhaps not.
...but to a triple coiler such as yourself...?
>A tale of two smartphones<
...and in this case a tale of two pieces of hardware that were smarter by far than the vendor that developed and placed them on the market...
>Donald W. Stein, Jr.Computer Software Professional<
Fool. We could have guessed that Mr. Stein had a quality resume merely from reading his posts.
Similarly, and I'm sure you get my gist, we get a pretty good idea of your lot's competence and the likely quality of your resumes from reading yours...
...along with FOSS apps since 1999.
It does every single thing I ever used MS products for but in a stable, virus free and highly usable and available environment and has for over 10 years.
I have saved thousands of dollars and avoided infinite hardware upgrades and compatibility killing update headaches as well as all the exploits and vulnerabilities that have consistently plagued Windows users for the entirety of the same decade.
It's OK to be using a system that has a 1% penetration of the market as long as said system is the top 1% of what's available.
Linux and FOSS comprise just that.
>I have been watching the subject series during this Memorial Day about a group of selfless men who went through the cauldron of war to protect our freedom.<
The accompanying link will take you to a slide show of pictures taken during Sunday's "Rolling Thunder, Run to the Wall", a twenty three year old classic memorializing our fallen brothers from all conflicts. This event was started by Vietnam Veteran bikers in 1987 to keep attention focused on POW/MIA that were left unaccounted for. Initially intended for the 'Nam conflict, it has expanded over the years to include those unaccounted for from all U.S. wars, past present, and future.
The 7th thru the 3rd from the last pics are of my club members that rode in the procession this year.
In the group pic, third from last, (the photographer couldn't get us all in) I am in the third row from the bottom, (not including the four kneeling Brothers out front displaying our three club patches on their vests) and fourth to the left from the Brother with the full white beard and sunglasses at approximately the center of the American Flag.
Regards to "The Board".
aka preadapted, pre_whatever...,
aka SSGT G. Gibson, U.S.M.C., 1968 to 1975
aka Stag, Vietnam Vets MC, Chapter C, VA
>Every time he gets *flung* off wiki, his fat cells take over <
I presume that you are speaking of the fat cells between his ears, yes...?
>I just filled this form http://www.loc.gov/webarchiving/contact.... and sent it.<
I pray to whatever powers that there may be in our universe that they take you seriously enough to investigate just who in the deep blue sea *you* are and give you a call right away to investigate that very fact.
...when you make a fool of yourself you really don't fuck around, do ya'...?
...enjoy the extradition process...