Message ID: 221974
Posted By: walterbyrd
Posted On: 2005-01-11 13:51:00
Subject: interest is gone from this company

Well, not gone, but less than it used to be, IMO.

Scox volume is way down. News is much less frequent. Somebody stuck a sock in Darl's mouth. O'Gara is good for a laugh, but nobody takes her seriously, so she doesn't really matter. Many less posts on this board. Much less price fluctuation. Scox isn't even that attractive to new shorts, since it's already shorted to the hilt, and the price is moving down so gradually.

I don't consdier all that to be neccesarily bad. Scox is a yawner. Nobody believes scox's claims. Nobody believes that scox has a future. Everybody knows it's another msft scam.

Now it's just the dreary process of watching the dalay after delay after delay, legal case. And watch the slow baystar dumping process: dump some, wash-trade the price back up, dump some more. Nickle and dime day traders, who think price may bump up long enough to sell a few shares, are baystar's salvation.


Message ID: 227034
Posted By: walterbyrd
Posted On: 2005-01-22 16:48:00
Subject: criminal charges before it's done?

I personally don't think so. Lanham is civil, I think, so scox will easily slip that noose.

The is fraud through and through. Easy to prove also with all of darl's lies. But, I fully the courts would perfer to drop the case. CEO's get special treatment.

Although I think it's extremely unlikely, IBM might be able to sue msft. Msft blantantly violated it's agreement with DOJ in order to orchestrate a scam lawsuit, and obvious attempts at fraud and extortion.

Message ID: 231649
Posted By: walterbyrd
Posted On: 2005-02-02 16:37:00
Subject: when do we get the popcorn, and watch

scox crash and burn?

Seems to me that for the last six months, scox either stays level, or goes up on bad news.

Mid-Feb - maybe scox won't file and get delisted.

March 3rd - happy 2nd aniversery scox scam!

March 8th - Novell hearing, unless it's delayed again. Or has already been delayed again? I can't keep up.

Mid-March - scox will be forced to reveal another abysmal quarter.

I may have some of the dates wrong.

Message ID: 232432
Posted By: walterbyrd
Posted On: 2005-02-04 16:47:00
Subject: Top Ten Scox-Scam Mysteries

I compiled all that I could find, and just came out to be ten. I think this is all of them:


10) Who's idea was it? Darl? Yarro? Msft?

9) Who is buying baystar's shares?

8) Is Eliott Spitzer investigating?

7) Is the SEC investigating?

6) Who is manipulating the share price? How are they doing it? And why? Note: other than baystar, no insiders are selling.

5) Did Yarro intend to create 'triggering events' from the Baystar deal. Did he succeed?

4) Who owns the 175419 bid?

3) Who is ledite and what is his true relationship in the grand scheme of things?

2) Who is BIFF and what is his . . . ?

1) Why does Royce continue to hold several hundred thousand shares?

Message ID: 233435
Posted By: walterbyrd
Posted On: 2005-02-08 12:07:00
Subject: will price go up when scox become scoxe

Still amazed by the resiience of the stock. I've seen a lot of small-caps completely crash on much less bad news - including heavily shorted small caps - with *far* better fundamentals. DYII was a small cap with great fundamentals, it went from $29 to $5, on a very minor suspected acconting discrepency. It happens all the time with small-caps.

Except scox. 10-K filed late, CEO and CFO of parent company fired and sued for fraud, *horrible* fundamentals, core business never profitable, CEO caught in dozens of outlandish lies, awaiting a PSJ, and novell hearing which could complete ruin hope for future prospects, under-the-table scam deals exposed, heavily shorted, tons of bad press, clearly heading towards bankruptcy within a year. And so on, and so on.

Yet, scox is over 30% in about two weeks.

If it's being manipulated then they're doing a helluva good job. If it's not being manipulated, then it's the weirdist thing I've every seen.

Message ID: 236033
Posted By: walterbyrd
Posted On: 2005-02-14 15:25:00
Subject: Will scox go private?

Would it make sense for canopy to create some shell business, and have that business buy scox? Maybe not yet, but soon?

A private business is much less open to public scuntiny, and is far less regulated.

I think it's evident by now that canopy/scox can't unload shares at some hugely inflated price.

If canopy were to wait for scox to drop to $1 a share, canopy could buy the entire thing $20MM. Not really all that much.

The scam is pretty much over, may be time for damage control.

Message ID: 239666
Posted By: walterbyrd
Posted On: 2005-02-23 11:04:00
Subject: What a joke

$50MM in free money from baystar thanks to their buddies in redmond, and they're broke anyway. $31MM of that going to BSF - for what? Just so they could use a big law firm's name and look credible?

What happend on Nov 2nd? Somebody say: "turn on the pumps to $4+, and hold it there" ? The stock flatlines on $4.05, autotrading trivial volume; then the huge volume spikes don't change the price even a fraction of a penny. I could use that chart for my most precise leveling work.

Everybody knows it's a scam, involving heavy manipulation and back-room deals. Much of the scam has already been publically exposed.

Yet, here we are.

Message ID: 243470
Posted By: walterbyrd
Posted On: 2005-03-07 10:59:00
Subject: Lyons still far too kind to scoxe

Lyons portrays scoxe as incompetent, but not as dishonest. Also, in deference to overwhelming evidence to the contrary, Lyons also ridicules the idea that msft had a part in this.

The obvious truth is that this has been a scam since the beginning, and msft is a huge part of the scam.

At this point, how can Lyons possibly praise scoxe for anything other than being so-so scam artists? Lyons doesn't want to admit to a scam, so he calls scoxe a bunch of idiots. Even that is a turn around from what he was saying before. But Lyons is still putting a positive spin on the msft/scoxe scam.

Message ID: 251227
Posted By: walterbyrd
Posted On: 2005-03-29 20:37:00
Subject: scoxe isn't fishing

What a joke. It's surprising that at this late date anybody would even discuss such an idea.

Scoxe is simply trying to harrass some $$ out of IBM. Scoxe knows there isn't any infringing code, everybody knows it. Including the Utah judges.

Scoxe has sysV, and scoxe has had 5 years of AIX, for well over a year now. There is no evidence that scoxe has even attempted to look for anything. None.

I have posted serveral times about the numerous outright lies told by scoxe, and the slam-dunk evidence that this entire case is nothing but a total scam from day one.

Even with the Utah judges on scoxe's side, and msft backing scoxe up every step of the way; scoxe is still losing. Scoxe simply has no case.

Message ID: 253124
Posted By: walterbyrd
Posted On: 2005-04-06 11:40:00
Subject: Is scoxe fooling anybody?

Early on, I think scoxe may have had some people fooled. At this point, I'm not so sure.

Certainly sophisticated investors know this is penny-stock junk.

The funadmentals speak for themself, no history of profitability, horrid financial fundamentals, dwindling cash, no prospects of future profitability, outragous legal expenses, no viable products, delisting and bankruptcy are nearly certain, and scoxe is facing several credible lawsuits against them.

Considering all that, the share price is amazingly high. The market cap is about 10X waht the market cap was before the scam.

The only thing scoxe has is a lawsuit against IBM. Does anybody really beleive that lawsuit will payoff?

Message ID: 255495
Posted By: walterbyrd
Posted On: 2005-04-14 00:35:00
Subject: Scoxe has over 20MM shares outstanding?

In fact, it may be nearly 21MM. If I understood those posting about the CC.

That means that scoxe's market cap, is around $80MM right now. Not too shabby. Seems to me the scam is working very well.

So why is scoxe cranking out more shares? Where are the shares going?

Message ID: 255603
Posted By: walterbyrd
Posted On: 2005-04-14 10:37:00
Subject: About Credibilty?

About Credibilty?

The entire scoxe-scam is a shameful two year history of lie after lie, fraud after fraud, hoax after hoax. The following is from the first six months of the scoxe-scam.

- Scoxe lies about suing Linus
- Scoxe lies about suing RedHat
- Scoxe lies about auditing AIX users
- Scoxe flip-flops about being open to buyout

- Scoxe lies about canceling IBM UNIX licence
Scoxe price sky-rockets because, for weeks, everybody anticipates that Scoxe will cancel IBM's UNIX, thereby forcing IBM to settle with SCO. The day for Scoxe to get an immediate temporary injunction against IBM comes and goes. Scoxe does not even show up in court. But about 30 pop-media news articles come out proclaiming that Scoxe has canceled IBM's UNIX license.

- Scoxe lies about owning C++,14179,2877578,00.html
< quote author="Darl McBride" when=2002>
"We get several dozen requests a month just to come in and see AIX or HP-UX code base. And C++ programming languages, we own those, have licensed them out multiple times, obviously. We have a lot of royalties coming to us from C++. It was interesting to see the depth of Caldera's intellectual capital."

- Scoxe slammed in Germany
Germany told scoxe to put up, or shut up. Scoxe shut up, and fast.

- Scoxe Execs need Indemnification all of the sudden
"The Bylaws also provide that the Company will indemnify officers and directors against losses that they may incur in investigations and legal proceedings resulting from their services to the Company," 023479-index.htm

- Vultus Scam
Scoxe shell game:,10801,83452,00.html

- SCO execs dump stock,2000048640,20276629,00.htm

- Scoxe lies about copyrights and backup
- Scoxe lies about GPL being unconstitutional
- Scoxe none-sense about insiders dumping for tax purposes
- Scoxe flip-flops about suing Linux companies
- Scoxe flip-flops about selling Linux licenses
- Funny thing Scoxe wont sell Linux licenses
- Scoxe DDOS another fraud?

- Showing the code hoax
Scoxe price sky-rockets because Scoxe claims that they have evidence of infringing code, which they will share at SCOForum. Again anticipation builds for weeks, finally the code is shown - much to the amusement of the open-source community. The entire thing was a proven to be another Scoxe hoax. Scoxe share price rockets up 50% in the next three

Message ID: 255758
Posted By: walterbyrd
Posted On: 2005-04-14 15:19:00
Subject: Shattered

Don't you know the share price is going up, up, up, up, up!
But to invest in this scam you must be nuts, nuts, nuts, nuts, nuts!
You got an "E" on ticker symbol
No profits around
What a mess this scam's in tatters it's been shattered
Darl's brain's been battered, splattered all over Lindon, Utah

Message ID: 258622
Posted By: walterbyrd
Posted On: 2005-04-22 10:31:00
Subject: Sam's dep is BS, but makes sense

To me, it only makes sense that scox would want a depositon from IBM's CEO. It also only makes sense that IBM would not want to allow it.

The entire scox-scam is about harassing IBM into a settlement and/or making the public believe that scox, at least, might harass IBM into a settlement. Not only is the deposition itself a harassment, but it could very easily lead to more harassments, and more delays. More delays means no accountability, which means yet more harassment. For example, Sam might say something that scox will claim requires further investigation, and discovery for memos, emails, other depositons, etc.

Even demanding the deposition is a small success for scox. It makes it appear that scox is actually preparing a case. And IBM fighting the deposition can be spun to look like IBM has something to hide.

Message ID: 260272
Posted By: walterbyrd
Posted On: 2005-04-28 18:21:00
Subject: fatcitystate, this is the scox board

Who cares if some IBM employees are all pissy about this or that. Show me a major company where there are no employees with any gripes.

For that matter, since you are all over the IBM board, how many IBM investors give a rats azz about scox? Most IBM employees, and investors, are only dimly aware of scox's existance.

Scox is irrelevant. Scox is nothing except a penny-stock scam.

Message ID: 265837
Posted By: walterbyrd
Posted On: 2005-05-16 09:42:00
Subject: Biggest winner in the scox scam = BSF

BSF must be loving it, they have done so little, and recieved so much, and there is so much more to go.

By the time it's said and done, how much msft money will BSF get? $40MM? $50MM.


Message ID: 266629
Posted By: walterbyrd
Posted On: 2005-05-18 09:32:00
Subject: Yarro = another object lesson?

On the up side of Yarro scamming canopy; I think it's another example of what happens to anybody who does business with this crowd.

Scox provides no value to anybody, and scox will sue you, or steal from you if they have half a chance.

Msft = sued over dr-dos, also bad PR for financing, and didn't get much FUD value for their money.

IBM = has lost millions in discovery, and legal fees so far. That's the price of having ever done business with scox.

EV1 = lost business due to their participation in the scox scam.

Sun = bad PR, didn't get much FUD value, millions spent.

AutoZone = another bogus lawsuit, the price for doing business with scox.

Chrysler = another bogus lawsuit, the price for doing business with scox.

Scox resellers = having to provide more support, while scox cuts into their profits.

Scox customers = crappy overpriced products, soon to be unsupported.

Baystar = ripped off for millions, maybe tens of millions.

Those who "invested" in scox over $4 = HA HA.

Message ID: 270323
Posted By: walterbyrd
Posted On: 2005-06-01 20:30:00
Subject: who's buying scosource?

Everybody knows it's a scam.

I know it's only $30K a quarter, but I very much doubt that even that $30K is from legitamite sales.

Is msft still interested enough to throw scox a few bread crumbs?

If scox refuses to tell anybody who is buying; how does anybody know that scox is selling any scosource? How do we know scox is taking the money the money out of R&D, or something?

Message ID: 300951
Posted By: walterbyrd
Posted On: 2005-09-09 16:02:00
Subject: Scox will get more discovery/delay

Scox is asking for discovy. Of couse scox will get it. Scox will get more delay also.

I guess these judges work scox, or maybe msft.

Scox *always* gets what they want. Scox says "jump" and these judges are hanging from the rafters. Forget this scam going to trial in 2007. Apparently, that is not what msft/scox wants. If the judge takes a stand, msft will have that judge removed. I don't know how msft does it, but they alway do. Corruption is getting deep in here.

The texts of these Yahoo Message Board posts have been licensed for copying and distribution by the Yahoo Message Board user "walterbyrd" under the following license: License: CCL Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike v2.0.

Copyright 2005 Yahoo! SCOX. Messages are owned by the individual posters.