Message ID: 26371
Posted By: diogenese19348
Posted On: 2003-08-11 15:14:00
Subject: You have to admire the twerps...

They are doing their best to get to $10 by close 100 shares at a time.

Message ID: 26558
Posted By: diogenese19348
Posted On: 2003-08-11 18:40:00
Subject: The pumper filter

They all go away when trading closes, and start around noon (9:00 am Utah time, ahem).

Only one I see after hours is Ledite, which leads me to believe he is sincere, if terribly delusioned.


Message ID: 26642
Posted By: diogenese19348
Posted On: 2003-08-11 20:48:00
Subject: Alright folks...

Look at that chart over to your right. There was a pump at 2:03 pm. If you look at that time you will see a deep hole. If this was a normal day, there would be a straight line connecting the ends of the hole, and no hole.

One hell of a lot of stock traded in that hole. Anybody have any idea what happened there?

I still do not believe it was people stopping a skid, becuase there was not one, at least of that magnatude at the time.

What... the hell, happened? Any ideas?


Message ID: 27099
Posted By: diogenese19348
Posted On: 2003-08-12 15:35:00
Subject: Time for some painting...

I'll bet you they can't get it to $10 today either... and make the paint stick.


Message ID: 29860
Posted By: diogenese19348
Posted On: 2003-08-19 18:58:00
Subject: A thought on the stupid invoice scam

You know, this is an entirely separate issue from whether or not SCO has IP issues with Linux. Let’s take a perfectly legal product, say Windows2000 (OK, so just pretend). Let’s say Microsoft finds out you are running a server running Windows2000 without paying for a license. Can they just send you an invoice?

No, they can’t. Sending you an invoice indicates you bought something from them. You did not. You are running a pirated copy. Microsoft sending you an invoice would be fraud.

What they can do is sue the crap out of you for infringement of copyright, after sending you a warning letter. Notice, SCO has taken that first step. Sending out invoices is NOT the second.

Even in license audits (we use Oracle, we have been through them), you do not get an invoice based on the audit. You get an invoice based upon an agreement you came to with the vendor. You agreed to buy licenses because you were out of compliance. You do not simply get an invoice based on their audit.

Whether or not SCO “owns” Linux, they cannot send out invoices without prior agreement. That is purely and simply fraud. Which is why I believe no invoices have been sent. Pure bluff, pure FUD. No links required.

Bring it on Darl, bring it on. I will be glad to donate a “soap-on-a-rope” to your travel bag.


Message ID: 30461
Posted By: diogenese19348
Posted On: 2003-08-20 20:41:00
Subject: Someone has to defend SCO...

You know...

This is an interesting point, and I am going to address it.

There are no creditable speakers for SCO on this board. The obvious reason would be, there is no credible reason to defend SCO, and I subscribe to that...

But... There really does need to be somebody to defend SCO if its detractors are not to become complacent. Ledite clearly is not it. Crz neither. OK, I will do it.

I want this company to die a complete death, as do many of the posters here. I am not short, I am not long. I run screaming away from this stock. I am not an investor, in any form to this company. I DO invest in the stock market. I also do not have any interest in Linux. I work in, and program for a Microsoft Shop. I do gag about that at times.

I will not post during trading hours in defense of SCO, this is strictly after hours. And I will point a disclaimer back to this post because, I really, really, do not want someone trading this stock because of my words.

So anyway, I will give it a shot.


PS- I will post as a 'Buy' while I do this. It sucks, but will not confuse people, and I really cannot post as a "Strong Buy". I would lose my lunch.

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