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Re: Roy Schestowitz proves why he's the biggest scumbag on earth

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____/ Chris Ahlstrom on Thursday 25 December 2008 18:13 : \____

> After takin' a swig o' grog, Ezekiel belched out
>   this bit o' wisdom:
>> Congratulations Koalman.
>> Congrats Koalman, you are now officially as stupid as "7" - Roy has trained
>> you well.
>> Those inbreds from Louisiana swamps are smarter than 99% of all Germans.
>> I couldn't care less about some link that your master Schestowitz brings up
> I think Ezekiel didn't get any Christmas presents!
> COLA disruption ramps!

All the trolls can do now is curse, threaten with /death wishes/, and try to
poison one advocate against another.

Poor, poor Microsoft...

Another years ends and after almost 5 years down goes SCO, whose legal death is
now being tidied up in Groklaw (that's why there are no new posts there). No
matter how much money Microsoft threw at SCO, Linux kept growing and the
monopolist is now clinging onto software patents, which incidentally blow up
(c.f. In Re Bilski).

Poor Microsoft. Nothing seems to work for them. No tangible assets and debt
around the corner... even layoffs, assuming the many corroborating rumours are

Software patents are as useful as all that /imaginary/ property that collapses
the economy at the moment. The demise of the US economy, mostly due to
corruption and greed, affects everyone because nations are now more
interconnected than they were in 1929.

Microsoft's SGI-isation will take down some businesses along with it...

                ...but that too shall pass.

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